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♪ chase. make more of what's yours®. once again the oakland school board move its meeting following another round of protests by parents and teachers. tense moments in san francisco after a man scaled from building to building ending in a fall. live doppler 7 tracking waves of showers. the future of fire fighting. you're looking at the first all electric fire engine in the world, and tonight it's here in menlo park. abc 7 news starts right now. don't lose track of that umbrella. it's another night of showers around the bay area. take a look at the rain that fell in san francisco tonight, and we are not done yet. >> it may be spotty and light
but it's certainly going to make for a slow morning commute. we have some light showers right around the east bay helping into union city and also a little slippery around the bay district and san francisco and the sunset district. we have this moist flow of air that is continuing to move through and as a result of this we are seeing what you're looking at which is few showers. it's a level 1 on our storm impact scale. tomorrow up to coming up. >> you can track the weather on the abc 7 news app and enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. building a better bay area can sometimes get contentious. tonight once again passionate
parents shutdown an oakland unified school board meeting. things remain relevantly calm as protesters used a creative tactic to protest budget cuts. anser. >> reporter: when the protesters wouldn't stop the school board once again moved their meeting and this is the school board that yesterday submitted a letter of intent to recall the school board president. tonight's protests came in the form of parodies. this comes a day after london was served a notice to recall. >> there are members that ed to go. people need to be held responsible for the behavior of october 23rd. >> at the october 23rd meeting police were called to hold back
prote protesters. several parents were injured, but tonight the issue was on the school budget. the coalition oakland is not for sale claimed the district mismanages money with little accountability and few metrics to prove which policies are actually working. >> this is one of the wealthiest moments that we've had in the history of oakland and it makes no sense they should be closing schools at this time. >> london countered saying the money just isn't there. revenue is down and costs are up. she adds oakland has more schools to operate compared to other bay area school districts. >> oakland has 36,000 students in 83 schools. fremont has 45,000 students and 42 schools. >> reporter: now the school board voted to categorize their budget as what's called qualified status. that means they may not have the money to meet their financial
unfold. >> the fall was about >> several on themselves the same question. >> you don't want to look at it but you're also concerned. >> police say it all started around 5:30 wednesday morning. that man then jumped onto a building and then refused to come down. >> he's saying i'm going to do it, like i'm going to do it. >> police officers stood by on the ground and roofs to try and communicate with him and get him down safely. >> it's sad we can't do a better job of taking care of people. >> at one point the man jumped on the awning of a convenience store that had to close while all of this was unfolding. >> nobody in and out. no one can come. >> reporter: by 4:00 p.m. the
man appears to fall or slip from the awning of a ground floor building. >> originally he's like up 60, 70 plus feet, so that fall would have killed, but at the same time that's like really bad. >> reporter: after he fell police loaded him on a gurney and took him to a hospital. police are not identifying him at this time. dan, back to you. >> lauren, thanks very much. new developments in the efforts to build a better bay area. san francisco has now launched an online tool to make it easier to get mental health or addiction treatment. the treatment shows the realtime number or location of treatment beds. it's part of an initiative to help the roughly 4,000 people in san francisco who have mental illness or substance abuse issues get the treatment they need. a woman accused off
deliberately running over a barber is in custody now. she's accused of ramming her car into a barbershop during a dispute over her son's haircut on wednesday. the victim 63-year-old brian martin is recovering from surgery. there you see him giving the thumbs up. he's doing okay. happening now, a live look on capitol hill where tonight the house judiciary committee took the first steps towards voting on the articles of impeachment against president trump. democrats introduced two articles of impeachment against trump yesterday. they charged trump with abuse of power and obstruction of congress related to his dealings with ukraine. tonight's meeting is to amend the articles setting the stage for a possible full house vote. republicans say it's all an effort to overturn the 2016 election. >> what has our committee, this great committee come to? >> abc news reports if the house does vote to impeach trump, senate republicans want to move
quickly eyeing a trial of just about two weeks duration. new details on that deadly shooting in jersey city. a large crowd gathered to mourn the victims. abc news reporter megan tevrizian has the latest now from new york. >> reporter: this video no circulating online is part of the investigation for law enforcement. showing the van pulling up outside a kosher market, two people exit the stolen u-haul and enter the store. it all started when jersey city detective joe seals investigating the murder of an uber driver encountered the suspects at a cemetery. police say they killed the officer, a father of five, and then driving a mile to that jewish market at just afternoon. >> there are many other targets
that they bypassed. clearly that was their target. >> reporter: police say the two gunned down the owner, an employee, and a customer. >> a few hundred bullets went into the body of a 24-year-old child. how can we as a community, as people bear that. >> reporter: anderson and graham believed to be followers of the black israelites. president trump today calling them wicked murderers. >> we vow to crush the monitress evil of anti-semitism. >> reporter: the suspect david anderson has a previous history of weapon offenses in 2007 and 2011. graham has been described as a former home help aid who met anderson after she got hurt at work and left her job. two of the victims were laid to rest on wednesday night.
megan tevrizian, abc news, new york. tech tools to build a better bay area. tonight men loparkfire district is introducing the first all electric fire engine in the world. how much exercise would it take to burn off your dinner? the new food labels that could help reduce obesity. first here's a look what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> if you don't watch tonight what's the point of even having eyes. last night i asked dwayne johnson if he considers you to be his best friend and he said no. would
caught in the act. here's a package thief the likes of which we've not seen before. a security camera captured a squirrel committing the crime in los angeles. here's the theft in slow motion. someone saw the furry bandit in the act and returned the package to the owner. the squirrel apparently could be a serial offender. the apartment owner says he often finds his deliveries in nearby bushes. well, part of building a better bay area includes finding ways to be more efficient. tonight the menlo park fire district introduced a fire truck, the first of its kind. in the near future we could see this battery powered fire engine putting out fires. >> reporter: many across silicon valley are in search of the next big gadget. without necessarily having to rely on fuel itself. in menlo park district leaders are looking to bring the world's first all electric fire engine to the bay area.
>> i was told the fire service is 200 years of tradition only impeded by progress. well, we're throwing that out. >> reporter: the chief says rosen bower, an austrian based fire fighting tech company reached out three years ago. he was skeptical but trusted the fleet mechanic it would also eliminate need for diesel. the list goes on. >> it's the future and unless people embrace it, they're going to be left behind. >> reporter: but we've seen a battery powered pursuit leave fremont pd behind. the tesla wasn't fully charged and ran low on juice during the chase. >> i think you have to sometimes fail too to say how does that never happen again? >> reporter: to avoid that problem he says the new fire engine would come with a redundant system or a backup. >> we're going to be one of the
premier fire districts going to be able to say, hey, we helped design this. >> reporter: and if all goes well you can see one of these all electric fire engines on the streets as early as 2022. i'm amanda del castillo. abc 7 news. >> and we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them by joining our group on facebook. new developments. california is now taking on official stance on mothers consuming marijuana. a panel of scientists voted to put both cannabis and thc on the safe list of reproductive toxicants. there's a one here grace period before warnings are required. cannabis officials told kqed too little research is available to support the panel's decision. while we're talking health if you knew how much exercise it would take to burn off your dinner tonight would you have chosen something else? a new study says labeling foods with the amount of activity
needed to burn off their calories and linked to healthier choices. researchers called them pace labels and say they could cut the number of calories we cume by up to 200 per person per day. more information is always a good thing, right? let's turn to the weather forecast. rain is out there tonight. meteorologist sandhya patel is tracking it. >> i love how you guys come to me after a calorie cutting story. let's show you what it looks like right now. we do have some spotty showers right around san francisco, daily city, mainly south city as you will notice right around fleet wood drive into san bruno. this is street level radar as we get you into the east bay around pleasanton, foothill road, it is a little damp out there. seeing anywhere from a few hundredths all the way to a half an inch in santa rosa.
so this is not a big storm. this is just a moist flow that is keeping those showers going. and it is so moist that we're seeing some dense fog around the region. visibility down to three quarters of a mile in half moon bay, 2 1/2 miles in napa, just over a mile in santa rosa. something you'll need to watch out for in the morning. it is so mild outside you may have felt it. it feels a lot like seattle with the damp conditions out there. we do have a high surf advisory. surf is building. northwesterly swell 12 to 13 feet. watch out because there is a higher rip current risk. this is pretty much what you're going to see tomorrow morning is a few showers, some fog out ut there. definitely watch out for some drizzle overnight and an unsettled pattern through saturday. it's a level one for tonight. tomorrow spotty light showers, additional rain and high surf is
expected for tomorrow. so as we go into your morning commute, 5:00, you will notice some green there indicating scattered light showers. 8:00 a.m. as well, so you will need that extra time. your commute might actually take you longer. around noontime keep those umbrellas handy because you will still see some showers out there. and that trend continues until about 5:00, 6:00. a few more trailing at 7:00 p.m., and then those showers are done. additional rainfall totals you will notice it's pretty a few hundredths of an inch to a few tenths in half moon bay. temperatures will be on the mild side, low to mid-60s for most of you, and level 1 for tomorrow, fog and showers. keep the umbrellas handy because you have more rain coming friday afternoon into saturday. and then we get a break sunday, monday with some peeks of sun before the next storm comes in tuesday into wednesday.
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glen robins in the third goes for 17, but the warriors down 18 at the half. i find your lack of faith disturbing. third quarter, the steal, the empire strikes back with authority. maurkice chris, and fourth quarter the force awakens and take the lead 91-89. 7 seconds left dubs down 3. do or do not there is no try said yoda and for the win at the buzzer. and now onto over time. in the ot knicks up 5 and paten misses the short jumper but gets another chance. i am your father, warriors. the knicks snap a ten game losing streak. 124-122. i'm not sure if that worked, but we had fun. you can see this coming the sharks fired the coach in and this season they started slowly
and played great in november and now they are literally back in the tank in december. they're in 12th place in the west. one could argue that the roster is really the problem here, but you can't fire all the players, so you axe the and jimmy garoppolo was named the nfc offensive player of the week. first time he's ever received that honor. jimmy g. through for 129 yards and four touch downs much to the delight of his head coach. >> no matter what good thing or bad thing happens to him, he learns from it, files it in the bank and goes to the next week. >> i wouldn't call it a groove. i think we're in a good spot as a team. control our own destiny. >> baseball news, the angels didn't get garret cole, the star pitcher.
the consolation prize is pretty good. anthony rendone who signs a 7-year $245 million deal. we did the math that's is $35 million a year. red the nationals in the world series crown, and now rendone is now the third aingeual a contract over $200 million. that's the first time in major league baseball you have one team with three guys of over $200 million in total value. >> i'm trying to break down that $35 million. >> it's
that's our report. we appreciate your time >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight kevin hart, from "uncut gems", julia fox, and music from finneas. and now, furthermore, jimmy kimmel! [cheers and applause] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, thank you very much. i appreciate that. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. thank you for joining us here in beautiful hollywood, california. where, i tell you something, anything can happen here. in fact, just this afternoon, outside on hollywood boulevard, a man dressed as cookie monster