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next, hear from the family of a dodgers fan who was stabbed to death. they're making a plea to the public. >> get a good look. why authorities are searching for this man who was caught on camera. the bay area skies are clear blue. could have you soon feeling blue. abc7 news at 6:00 starts now. >> good evening. ama daetz has the night off. we start with developing news. abc7 news learned police have booked the woman suspected of causing the crash that killed a 16-year-old in san francisco. kevin son was heading to school
at lincoln high when a car slammed into this family's minivan. sergio quintana is live in san francisco with a look at the charges the woman faces. reporter: this afternoon we learned from the police chief actually, that woman has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, not involving drugs or alcohol, with gross negligence generals, and a group of kevin son's friend came to the corner where he was killed in the crash. the group posted messages, left flowers, and lit candles. kevin san was a student at abraham lincoln high school, and a member of the junior rotc drum corps. his friends say the group cancelled practice yesterday because of kevin's death. so his friends decided to come here to honor him. >> he always had a smile on his face. on a gloomy day, he would just maybe give a laugh. reporter: kevin was killed when
police say a speeding mercedes suv slammed into the minivan he was in. his mother and sister were seriously injured, as were three other people in a different vehicle. the driver of the speeding suv suffered minor injuries and police tell us she was taken to the hospital friday morning, and then medically released. she was spooked into the san francisco county jail friday. we are -- no. we understand she is facing several citations for vehicle code violations. reporting live, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> the family of man stabbed to death near at&t park wednesday want the public's help to figure out what happened. dodger jonathan denver was killed after getting in an argument with a giants fan. cornell is live at the park. reporter: giants ended their season with a vic over the
padres. fans are saying goodbye to the players. but before the game the family was searching the crowd for information in the death of their son. >> family and friends of 24-year-old jonathan denver were outside at&t park, passing out fliers to giant fans, hoping someone has information. but the strongest plea came from his father. >> today i'm making a plea to the public. asking that anyone who may have witnessed the incident, to come forward, so that both families can have some measure of closure. >> robert preece believes someone may have videotaped the fatal stabbing of his son, an l.a. dodgers fan. he got in a night with giant fans after a game on wednesday. michael montgomery was arrested by police but released due to lack of evidence. the family calls that a failure of the justice system.
>> the alleged perpetrator was released from jail less than 48 hours after my son was fatally stabbed. yet jonathan is gone forever. >> it reminded many of brian stowe who made an appearance at sunday's giants game. he is recovering from a brute brutal beating outside dodger stadium. stowe's family sends a message to the family of jonathan hunt. >> i know i have lost my son too soon. >> the city and the giants plan to work together on preventing violence. live at at&t park, abc7 news. >> one man is dead and another is in the hospital tonight following a shooting in antioch theft violence both out just after 10:00. police arrived to find two males, one 24, the other 20, both shot. the 24-year-old died the
hospital. police say the shooting may have been gang-related. no arrests have been made. palo alto police need help to catch two robbers who hurt a woman in broad daylight. the thieves targeted their woman around 3:45 yesterday afternoon. she told police man grabbed her hair from behind and pulled her to theground, and then a woman who was with the attacker took the victim's purse. she was treated for minor injuries. el cerrito police released surveillance video of two home robbery suspects. notice the camera and then the other breaks open the door. one suspect takes a tool to the camera, breaking it. there's video of the two suspects walking up to the house. police hope someone will reckons the burglars and help police track them down. >> oakland firefighters made quick work of a fire that may have been started by a squatter. firefighters arrived to the house burning on 79th avenue. it was abandoned, except for a squatter. fire officials say utilities had
been cut to the house long ago. the flames briefly threatened homes next door but firefighters but it out before it could spread. >> it was another beautiful day in the bay area. let's take a live look outside from the exploratorium cam. you can see a lot of blue there. leigh glaser tells us that could change. >> leigh: that camera was pointing to the south where all the sunshine is, point it to the noter, you'd see the cloud moving in. live doppler 7hd showing you the clouds right now, and also starting to pick up a little bit of moisture. we'll take you to the north of santa rosa, cloverdale, a little right rain, but much of the activity has been hung up along the north coast where a cold front is. it will slide south overnight tonight and tomorrow, and there could be just enough energy to squeeze out a few light showers for the bay area. we'll take a look at the timing, when you can expect, or if you
will see showers tomorrow, coming up in a bit. today b.a.r.t. met with representatives of one of the two employee unions in negotiation with the transit agency the two side have until october 10th to get a deal in place. at that time a state-mandated schooling -- cooling off period begins. b.a.r.t. has a plan in place if there is a strike, including free charter buses, extra car pool rains and limited train service run by b.a.r.t. managers. negotiations are scheduled almost every day through the end of the cooling-off period. october 10th is the last day talks are scheduled. >> former homeland security secretary janet napolitano will take over as president of the university of california system tomorrow. she has already weathered the first challenge of her tenure at uc, no confidence effort against her failed. it was launched by student activists. they believe her last job makes her a bad fit for the uc system
as her new job is running campuses prone to protests and where undocumented students study. >> thousands of people enjoyed traffic-free streets today in san francisco's excel -- mission street. for sunday streets. neighbors got to know each other, while young artists turned the asphalt into their own canvas. still ahead on abc7 news at 6:00, a budget deadline looms. what happens if lawmakers don't act before midnight tomorrow? >> a swim from alcatraz, that's impressive but this one stands out from at farmers we make you smarter about insurance, because what you dont know can hurt you. what if you didn't know that it's smart to replace washing-machine hoses every five years?
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the traps broke duke's left beau and right wrist. his tail needed to be amputated. but duke will live despite his injuries, though it's unclear if he will be able to return to the wild. >> three young blind adults with what they call a diagnosis, not a disability, participated in the annual alcatraz invitational swim. the trio jumped from a boat off alcatraz and started pulling for the san francisco shore. they all made it, becoming the first blind group to complete the mile and a half swim. the three not only competed but sent this message. >> to prove that blindness doesn't set anybody back, and blind people can do anything that sighted people can, and i'm just -- to prove to myself and the world i can do whatever i put my mind to. >> this is not the group's first extreme event. some of them have climbed
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i'm not willing to compromise or even talk. >> if no deal is in place, visa and passport applications for a half million people will be delayed, so will mortgages for first-time home-buyers and the national guard will send less help to colorado for recovery efforts after the devastating floods. >> the senate will meet tomorrow. space x ran a test flight today. the falcon 9 launched this morning. the first time the next generation falcon 9 lifted off. the craft has a stronger engine so it can carry a heavier payload. it launched a canadian satellite to monitor weather. space x has a contract to make a dozen unmanned missions to restock the international space station for nasa. the company is also working to make a capsule that can carry
astronauts. let's get a check the forecast now back here on earth. >> leigh: we're turning our tapings to live doppler 7hd. you can see we are seeing a little light moisture north of the golden gate bridge, north of santa rosa, cloverdale. they have been reporting sprinkles, a little light rain there, nothing really heavy, and all of this is slowly drags towards the south. so we will look for, especially in the north bay, chance of a few light showers tomorrow, and you can see where it's coming from. very vigorous cold front between oregon and northern california border and it's been hanging out all day long. encloseds pushing south and the tail end we're looking to move across bay area monday. >> here's a look at the highs for today. where the cloud sat, temperatures cooler.
cloverdale, 66. 71, santa rosa, san francisco, 71. livermore, 80. plenty of sunshine. 77 was the high today in san jose, and morgan hill also saw plenty of sun, 80 degrees. sutro camera showing the clouds developing, moving from north to south. san francisco can 67. oakland, 70s, 72, los gatos, and here is another shot from -- just changed the camera on me. that's all right. santa rosa, 64. 66 in novato right now. 73, antioch. livermore, 75. north where is the clouds are thickening up a bit. this is a live shot from the golden gate bridge camera, and here's a look at the forecast. light showers, mainly north bay overnight. not everyone will see one. very, very light. showers monday. mainly north bay locations. south and east bay locations not going to see anything. and then get ready nor a big
warmup the latter part of the work we're. here's the slat radar composite. most of the heavier showers stay well to the north of us but the tail end will sag south, increase our clouds tonight and possibly wring out a few light showers. here's a look at the timing. 11:00 tonight, some showers starting to move in through the north bay locations. 5:00 tomorrow morning, for that commute, everything to the north, around san francisco and the coast will probably see some heavy mist and drizzle. that's about it. and throughout the course of the day you'll see this ban of showers slowly push south, and this is at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, start to fall apart. so at the north bay scenario. by 6:00, look for partial clearing and lots of sunshine on tuesday. overnight lows in the 50s. here's a look at the highs for monday. 60s north bay. best shot of light showers.
livermore, 75. san jose, 74. the seven-day forecast, once the showers kick out, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, big warmup. saturday, 90s around the bay area. close to 70s at the coast. >> a little bit of everything it looks like. >> shu is in the house now, and a tough day for raider fans. >> mike: the raiders hosting the redskins, and despite being medically cleared to play, quarterback terrell pryor asked for a tint adviser for his helmet because he was experiencing light sensitivity. that's a symptom of con suggestions. as a result he was declared inactive. first quarter, jennings, with the block. stewart recovers in the end zone. 7-0 raiders. matt flynn making his debut. rivera open, first nfl score,
much to the delight of his sister, star of the hit show "glee". come on now, darren macfaden and reece with injuries. flip, 21-32, 227 yards, was sacked seven times. washington takes the lead late third quarter. robert griffin iii, throw to pierre garcon. then the victory is nailed down, 14-yard touchdown, redskins win their first game of the year. >> told players that one hurt. that one stung. i thought the way we were able to start out the game, get to 14-0, we had all the momentum, and then we let them back in the game. we didn't do enough to win the football game. >> it was a tough one. hard one to swallow.
didn't do the things we needed to do. >> the 49ers are off, perhaps watching seahawks and texas. houston lest most of the game, but schaub picked off by freeman. ties the game. then in o.t., the 45-yard field goal and seahawks are 4 or for the first anytime franchise history. college football. as soon as usc head coach lane kiffin arrived back in town from the trojans loss to arizona state, he was fired at the airport by athletic director pat heyden and will be replaced by an assistant. kiffin, 28-15, and parts of the last four seasons, but 7-6 last year. >> a's end the year with 96 victories two more than last season. they had a shutout in seattle. count go wrong with grounds keepers, their season-ending
dance routine. a's explore with d explode with four in the second. sonny gray with a strong outing, struck out eight. 5-3 on the year. the a's get four more in the fifth. reddick doubles, a's end the regular season with the 9-0 shutout and will host detroit friday in game one of the alds. >> tigers finish the greer miami. what a finish, alvarez, nine no-hit innings, struck out four, walked one. there was no score into the bottom of the ninth. bases loaded for miami. tigers pitcher, throws a wild pitch. runner scores. marlins win. alvarez gets the first walkoff wild pitch no-hitter in baseball history. 1-0 your final. giants and padres. touching moment as bryan stowe waves to giants fans. barry zito got a curtain call,
gets a standing o. giants trail in the night. cabrera, first career home run, perfect timing. solo shot. tied at six. hunter pence, just signed a $90 million contract extension. walkoff single. third r of the day and the giants finish the season with 57-6 victory. -- 7-6 victory. >> this game was a great way to go into the offseason. zito really kind of picked us up. that was a special moment. and when he came out it was powerful, and got the out, and gave us a chance to come back and get a close one and find a way to win. >> mike: this sports report brought to you by orchard supply hardware. plays of the day tonight at 11:00. coming up next at 6:00. four new
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