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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> new developments tonight in a bizarre crime shocking a south bay neighborhood. parents killed by their daughter's ex-boyfriend. tonight we have learned the father was a vice president with a silicon valley tech giant. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. abc 7 news reporter katie marzullo is live where the shooting happened in san jose where the shootings happened. katie? >> through the company he worked for we have learned the identity of the man shot and killed inside his home. his wife was also killed. the killer was someone they knew. a husband and wife shot and killed in their willow glen home. the husband name is nari narin prabhu.
juniper networks is deeply saddened by the recent loss of a long-time employee. we are focused on supporting our employees and their families through this difficult time. the shooting happened around 9:00 wednesday night. >> we heard a series of pops. thinking that it was firecrackers or some other type of noise. we didn't think too much of it until the police showed up. >> san jose police have not identified the shooter, but say he was the ex-boyfriend of the couple's daughter. the police chief says the 24-year-old man ultimately pointed a gun at police and was shot and killed by an officer. a neighbor captured the audio on her cell phone. >> he didn't give this family choices. he didn't give my officer a choice. and it's just a tragic, tragic incident perpetrated by evil. >> abc 7 news has learned the prabhus were part of holy church parish. police say the couple's daughter was not at the house during the shootings, and that she had an active restraining order against
her ex-. they say he had a history of mental illness and domestic violence. katie marzullo, abc 7 news. new developments on wednesday's officer-involved shooting on market street in san francisco. sources tell abc 7 news this is not the first time the officer has fired his gun in the line of duty. officer kenneth cha shot and wounded a man in the ocean view area in january. this is a picture of cha on the night of that shooting. in that case cha shot sean moore in the stomach and groin. yesterday sources say he shot nicholas flusche. both incidents are still under investigation. jury deliberations continue in the morning in the sierra lamar murder case. the morgan hill teenager disappeared five years ago and her body has never been found. dna belonging to antolin garcia-torres was found on sierra lamar's clothing. the defense challenged that
evidence, and claims she could still be alive. download the abc 7 news app to get push alerts for the verdict as soon as it comes in. they're spending the nights on the street so they can nab a spot in a coveted after school care program. >> lisa amin gulezian joins us. how long is that line? >> dan and ama, the line wraps around most of this building behind me. you can see people have tents set up, lawn chairs, sleeping bags. it is a cold and windy night. and the first tent meet time was pitched just down the side of the building at 2:30 this morning. it's doubtful spending the night like this is at the top of anyone's list. but in order to make it on south san francisco's coveted after school program list, it's a necessity. >> martin has ten spots, and i think you're looking good. ponderosa has 20.
>> there are only 40 spots available to serve six elementary schools. and buri buri is already full. when this woman arrived she was already number 30 on the wait list. >> it's completely disheartening. it's frustrating. >> the parks and rec department is in charge of the before and after care at the schools. the director blames a lack of classroom space, qualified teachers, and annick upswing. >> we have many families where both parents are working, low unemployment and we have more folks moving into town. and we have a really booming economy. >> but parents insist this is the only affordable option available. >> we both work. and, you know, getting a spot -- neither of us have family here. so nobody can pick up our kids. nobody can watch our kids. we need the day care just to be able to afford to live in the area. >> it's the price parents will
pay for the sake of their kids. in south san francisco, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. new tonight, four albany high school students are suing the school district after they liked and commented on racially charged instagram posts. the posts sparked large protests at the school back in march and led to the students getting suspended. they claim the district exceeded its authority because the posts were on a private account. the student who posted it could be expelled. also new tonight, uc santa cruz will meet all the demands of a student group after peaceful protests. on tuesday, members of the african black student alliance took over the administration building. administrators agreed today to guarantee housing for black students at the rosa parks african american theme house, allow students to paint the dorm red, green, and black, and include diversity training for all new students. the changes start in the fall. new at 11:00, a united passenger with a ticket to paris landed at sfo instead.
lucy doesn't speak any english. she says united switched her gate at newark without making an announcement in french or notifying her via e-mail. the gate agents let her on the wrong flight, and the flight attendants didn't notice her boarding pass was incorrect, even when someone else was in her assigned seat. >> this is not about money. this is about united airlines getting serious with their employees. my aunt could have been anybody. she could have been a terrorist. >> 28 hours of travel later, she ended up back in paris. the airline apologized and issued a full refund. well, favorite locally owned brewery has a new owner. lagonitas has sold its remaining stake to heineken, ending a nearly quarter century of ownership. >> he joins us live with new details.
cornell? >> ama, dan, beer drinkers around the world will soon now the brand lagunitas. as far as the taste and the label, it's not going anywhere. it's the hometown craft beer with a quirky sense of humor. it has been brewed in the north bay for more than 20 years. employees at the petaluma bottling plant and tap room were just told lagunitas was being sold to dutch beer giant heineken, which already owns a 50% stake in the company. in a blog post, founder tony mcgee wrote some who don't fully understand it all may say it is selling out. the truth is we are now buying in. mcgee says nothing will change. no jobs lost. the quality of the beer untouched. some loyal beer drinkers have doubts. >> one has to wonder, you know, is the quality still going to be there?
is the conservativeraftiness sto be available? >> in recent years competitors have set up shop like 101 north. heineken isn't scaring nick crawford away. >> beer is very competitive. and it should be. it makes everybody work harder, try harder, brew better. >> from what i know about heineken and when they purchase breweries, they leave those breweries alone. they let them do their own thing. >> but will the personality change? you want it to stay lagunitas? >> yes. >> never fear, the company says it won't change a thing. >> how do you spell it? >> lagunitas. >> no matter how you spell it. >> how would you feel if something in your own home was used in a massive cyberattack? >> tonight michael finney is investigating. iot, internet of things. you're going to start seeing that quite a bit. dan, ama, hackers already hijacked millions of consumer devices that are connected to
the internet and turned them into weapons. coming up, we'll take you inside the east bay lab that is working to secure your home. and this isn't your normal dinner invitation. the bay high school student standing up to islamophobia one meal at a time. increasing winds and decreasing temperatures. we'll check out your weekend coming up. first, a look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live with guest host kristen bell right after abc 7 news at 11:00. kristen? >> thanks, dan and am map. now more than ever it's important that you see this. ♪ do you want to be his prom date ♪ ♪ and go with mike
from remote controlled security systems to smart appliances, consumer devices that are connected to the internet can make our lives certainly more convenient. >> but that convenience is also raising some security concerns. 7 on your side's michael finney talked to the experts about where the holes are and what is being done to fix them. michael? >> there are things you can do. but wait until you see how big the holes are. it's absolutely stunning. this is something of a cybermanhattan project for security experts. that's because those small devices in your home can wield frightening power in the wrong hands. >> what we're seeing here are hacked cameras. >> bay area cybersecurity expert dan kaminsky is watching the digital footprint from an attack that took down a major chunk of the internet in often. >> early the morning the attack started. >> crashing some of the most popular sites on the web, from ebay to amazon. he says the bad guys used a type of robo malware to hijack
millions of unsecured devices like web cameras, and used them to overwhelm a domain service. >> someone started breaking into them en masse and started saying hey, go attack that part of the internet. >> those millions of cameras make up part of what is called the internet of things. consumer products ranging from cameras to printers to tvs and dvrs, all connect to believe the internet. and all a potential target for hackers, who use special software to search for them. >> someone can maliciously take over one of these devices. they can control it and basically do anything with it. >> he runs the internet of things research lab at sri international in menlo park. here teams of computer scientists are cracking open many of the world's most popular consumer products, looking for security flaws. >> they transmit a lot of data. but the communication is not secured. we want to make it easy for developers to do the right thing with respect security.
>> but with so many new devices on the market, they say it can be tough for consumers to tell which devices are secure and which ones are not. so how do you go about securing your own home network? >> that's the scariest part. >> gavin whitechurch run internet of things world. the largest convention of its kind in the world. they say consumers might consider products that use systems like z wave or zigby which communicate with your home network via a specialized hub. >>t make it more secure because it's not wifi. wifi has been used for many years and for hackers it's very easy. >> make sure your router's firmware is up to date by checking the manufacturer's website. and be sure the password is complex enough to thwart a hacker. dan kaminsky says smartphone makers like apple have done a lot to make their devices more secure. but like other expert, he believes there is a lot more
work to be done. >> the internet of things and a lot of cybersecurity problems needs investment on a national, on a global scale. >> okay, and get. this our experts tell us you might not even realize if one of your devices was hijacked for a cyberattack unless you scan it for malware. and let me ask you this. when is the last time you scanned your refrigerator for malware? >> yeah, right. >> exactly. >> all right. thank you so much, michael. here is something else that will grab your attention. abc 7 news was in palo alto as 15-year-old yesra stood with a large sign that said have dinner with a muslim family. she decided to do this after seeing discrimination toward her mother and sister. >> to make it clear to the community that we aren't who terrorists are. we want to be part of the community. we want to be united. and we are all human. >> yesra is not out there alone.
her dad is standing right there with her. the family already has a couple of dinner guests for tomorrow night. she plans to stand on the corner every thursday afternoon until she gets the message out. well, it's time to turn to our weather because we're getting close to the weekend. >> we are indeed. meteorologist sandhya patel is tracking some nice looking weather. >> indeed. it is going to be cooler, though. it was 23 degrees cooler today in san francisco. and you can see our east bay hills camera. that marine layer just came rushing in. stronger winds are ahead. and this deepening marine layer which is about 1600 feet deep is going to result in further cooling as we head into tomorrow. so really, you're looking at winds that will be on the increase. it was breezy today. but you look at half moon bay, and you'll notice the winds by tomorrow night will be over 30 miles an hour. gusting to about 32 miles an hour. and in other spot, it's only going to get windier than that along the coastline. really on doppler 7 you can see what the morning is going to
appear as pretty much gray. it's cloudy out there. we have fog. limited visibility in spots. temperatures right now, all you have in the 50s except antioch at 64 degrees. you will sleep better tonight, no doubt about it. temperatures running lower than last night from the abc 7 news exploratorium camera. you're looking from pier 15 at a gray sky in san francisco. widespread fog and spotty drizzle in the morning. windy and cooler the next few days. a chance of showers saturday afternoon/evening. notice how extensive the gray skies are. we also have the spotty drizzle around. so your morning commute will include slick road waist. you'll need the wipers at times. and a little extra time. by noontime, we start to see some clearing. so it's going to be a while before that clearing takes place, which is why temperatures are going to drop even more tomorrow. but tomorrow afternoon we'll see the clearing. we'll see some high clouds coming through the bay area. tomorrow morning when you get-going, allow that extra time. temperatures in the upper 40s to the mid 50s with some fog, clouds and drizzle. and then for the afternoon,
we'll call it filtered sunshine. certainly a cooler day, and a windy one along the coast. 50s coast side. 70s inland for your friday. now tomorrow night if you're going out for cinco de mayo, it is going to be breezy to windy. you'll want to hang on to your hats. as you notice there, jacket or sweater will come in handy. the temperatures will be dropping. and the winds will be gusty. so about 50s for most of you. you can download the accuweather app to help you plan your weekend if your cinco de mayo festivities will continue into the weekend. 12:00 saturday afternoon, we're looking at lake county getting some showers. by 3:00 p.m., there is a chance of showers over the hills you'll notice. but that chance extends over the bay by 5:00 to 7:00. so really keep in mind this is going to be a hit or miss shower type of thing. it's not definitive. this is one model, but it will result in a mix of rain and snow up in the high country in tahoe. tomorrow gusty winds. it's dry if you're driving up to tahoe. but saturday you'll need to look out for rain and snow and sunday
a chance of thunderstorms. it is may, but we're look at snow saturday night in the sierra nevada, continuing into sunday. and then it tapers and it turns more to rain than snow. accuweather seven-day forecast even cooler weather tomorrow. windy as well. mid 50s to low 70s. bottoming out on saturday. mid 50s to upper 60s. chance of some afternoon, evening showers. sunday is dry. it's a little milder. and the warming trend carries over monday and tuesday. low to mid-80s inland. you're looking at low 60s coast side. if you don't like it too warm, don't worry. we drop the tempe
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del rio. two guys with football mentalities. utah's game plan just let him shoot. he did. four four-on-threes to start. and the dubs were cruising up 20. second quarter, jazz kind of wake up. rudy gobert, the french rejection was ripping down the rim. and gordon hayward to the stifle tower, his other nickname, he had 16.16 boards. draymond another triple. warriors by 13 at the break. third quarter, hayward's three gets utah back within eight. he finished with 33. but look at the passing right here. matt barnes, touch pass. andre iguodala, who had several jams in this game. scare in the fourth. draymond tweaks his knee. went to the locker room. did return, and we all exhaled. and steph with a three right in front of the warrior bench. curry with 23. durant goes for 25 points, 7 assists. warriors win. up 2-0 in the series.
mike shumann at oracle. >> utah put up a fight but it wasn't enough as the warriors go up 2-0 in the series. draymond green build a them out with a great all around performance. >> that's always the goal for me. just to do the things it takes to win. but i always no matter what. >> that was a tough game for us. and what it shows us is that, you know, utah has some confidence. and they're going to be even more confident playing at home in front of their crowd. >> you know, they kind of closed the lead down. we did a good job staying poised and making the correct play and getting stops. and this is just the name of the game. especially in the game two when the team is desperate. >> mike shumann, abc 7 sports. kelly olynyk sets a hard screen on kelly oubre. he wasn't happy about that. oubre was rejected. the rest of the game was basically a wizards knockout. up by 20 all night.
john wall nice drive and finish. wizards roll 116-89. boston still up 2-1 in the series. bob melvin and the a's 1-7 going boo the finale of a road trip in minnesota. ryon healy, use the force, ryan. his fourth of career. a's up 3-7. striking out miguel sunu to end it. abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. game three,