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now at 11:00, san jose police are at the scene of this deadly shooting, and you are looking at a bullet-riddled car. it all ended in front a home near an elementary school. thank you for joining us, i'm natasha zouves. >> and i'm kristen zse. the shooting happened on mt. pleasant road near columbine drive. matt kel ser live at the scene with -- matt keller is live at the scene with the developing story. >> reporter: san jose police have put up the blue tarp to cover the investigation here as they continue to look at what took place early this morning. but how scary is this. right across the street here is
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robert sanders elementary school. students are in class right now as they have to deal with this crime scene outside their classroom doors. now check out this video. this is glass and several police evidence markers at the stop sign at mt. pleasant road, about 25 yards away, a car, a silver mercedes crashed into an suv and the windshield wipers were still going hours after the shooting. a yellow tarp over a driver's seat, a sign that the body is still there. the suv was pushed into the home's garage. a man was shot once just after 6 6:30 this morning. neighbors say this is unusual for around here. police have made no arrests and no suspects have been identified. this is the third homicide of the year here in san jose. last year there was 47, that is a 25-year high. live here in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> developing news in the south
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bay. sky 7 over santa clara after a police officer fired at a suspected burglar. this happened on jefferson street near the santa clara mission cemetery. the suspect was not shot but arrested a short time later. an investigation is now underway to determine what prompted the shooting. new this morning, abc 7 news was in san francisco's inner richmond district after a firefighter suffered minor burns while battling a fire. it broke out in a home on fulton street near 11th avenue around 9:00 this morning. the first crews called for additional help and they contained the fire to the house's basement and they are looking for what sparked the fire. new details on the marin county victim who die died from -- who died from meningitis and the hundreds of people that could be exposed in the soul cycle class. we just spoke with the health district and elisa harrington joins us live now. good morning. >> reporter: and we just learned the name of the man who died.
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his name is seven phillips, 48-year-olds old from marin and leaves behind a child. he did come to soul cycle classes here and there is concerns that those who shared classes with him could be exposed. they are not worried about the sweat, but they are worried he could be coughing or sneezing during one of the classes. >> it is pretty serious. >> reporter: up to 300 riders at soul cycle marin could be exposed to meningitis. one rider died to the illness. now those who shared a class or close space with the man are at risk. they were notified by a manager and the county health and human services department. >> you here meningitis and everybody googles to to see if something could be spread to you or what not. >> infection could last for about a week before symptoms develop and symptoms include headache, stiff neck, fever, chills. >> reporter: public health officer dr. matt willis said
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this appears to be an isolated case. it could spread through saliva, like coughing and sneezing. he said there is not a lot of evidence it could spread through sweat. but soul cycle did a deep cleaning of all rooms and equipment. >> they've done a thorough cleaning of the facility. and provided information about any clients that might have been sharing that space with our individual. >> reporter: dr. willis said in a case like this, they worried about people who have had very close exposure, like family members. and those who may have been exposed should contact their doctor. there are anti-biotics and anti-meningitis vaccine. abc 7 news. developing news in oakland. two members of the popular band "tower of power" remain hospitalized after being hit by a train. we just got an update moments ago on the conditions of david garibaldi and mark wageningen.
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they are both stable but in critical condition. they were hit last night at jackland and square and crossing the street to yoshi's nightclub. they were scheduled to play a show there. guard arms were down. fans were shocked. >> fantastic drummer. i can't believe that he won't cross right in front of the train. that is not like him. >> train service resumed shortly after the incident and there should be an update on the band member's condition later today. a maintenance truck was stuck on the tracks between macarthur and 19th street in oakland in a section where nearly all trains go through. we were at the macarthur station and spoke with commuters about the slowed down ride. many of them did end up late for work. >> it never takes this long to get here. every three to five minutes they made an announcement that there was a delay and that the train is stop-and-go from now until then and it was a 20 to 25
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minute delay. >> delays continued after the truck was removed because trains were getting backed up and they had to stop before getting to the station. we sent you commuter alerts on this all morning. make sure to download our abc 7 news app and to enable push alerts. a serious warning to people living in hollister this morning. do not use the water for any reason. this means no drinking, no washing, not even if you boil it. and don't give it to your pets for sure. emergency officials say the recent flood could have contaminating well water with sewage, pesticides or other hazardous materials. the county said freshwater will be delivered door-to-door for those impacted. flood victims are also being assisted in sonoma county. disposal sites opened up for those affected by the swollen russian river. it dropped below flood stage in guerneville after reaching the high elf level in a decade and damage is estimated to be in the millions. we have a list of debris dropoff sites at abc7news.com. vallejo police need your
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help in identifying the gunman in the deadly shooting of a pawn shop owner. armed robbers killed 49-year-old timothy polt inside of pawn advantage on december 20th. they also wounded a store worker who was in a wheelchair. this is surveillance video showing the two men considered suspects in the crime. take a close look, they burst into the shop on springs road, pointing weapons. police want you to look at the sketch they just released of one of those two men. the state farm brokers association is offering a $25,000 reward in the case. mountain view police want you to take a close look at this video. check this out. two men breaking into this home on martins drive last month. police just releasing the surveillance tape now. the men were seen on security camera and went through the home, made off with electronics and guitars and even snatching the security camera recording them. will recognize the men and turn them in. >> next, bay area native tom brady is super bowl bound. find out why we're so sure, even
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though his team isn't even through the playoffs yet. then a baby kidnapped from a hospital nearly two decades ago just found safe this morning. who police say is to blame and is now under arrest. good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. all of the watches, warnings, advisories from all of the rain, gone. we'll look ahead to the sunshine but it is short-lived. i'm tracking a light to and my life is basketball.west, but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years. until i learned more about once-daily xarelto®... a latest-generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto® significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin.
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welcome back. whatever you're doing, stop for a moment and watch this. it is just horrifying. pay close attention to the dash-cam video. this moment, it is hard to watch. a semi-driver nearly sideswiped that truck and the second driver drives straight through a guard rail and over the cliff there. now we followed up on what happened. he rolled 300 feet down and survived. we spoke to a utah state official an hour ago and we are happy to report he is pretty banged up, but expected to make a full recovery. the other driver who cut him off was cited for an illegal lane change. new at 11:00, a woman is in custody for a baby abduction that happened 18 years ago in florida. 51-year-old gloria williams was arrested in south carolina. she's charged with dressing up as a nurse and stealing a baby girl out of a hospital in 1998. after thousands of tips and years of investigation, authorities this week located kamiyah mobley, now an
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18-year-old woman in south carolina. her birth mother you see here had setland a lawsuit against the hospital and now has three other children. police say the mother is excited by the news. no word yet on when the two might be reunited. san mateo native and grad tom brady is super bowl bound. whether his team makes it to the big game or not. abc news t.j. holmes explains. >> just three weeks to go until game day and our first look at a super bowl commercial. >> literally anything. >> tom brady stars in this ad for intel, showing off the 360 degrees replay technology. >> wait until you see it in the game. >> super bowl ads are expected to be $5 million for a 30-second spot. companies are pre-releasing ads to try to get the most bang for their buck.
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>> people get people talking about their ad early and tom brady is football royalty. >> and others are just guessing. >> this year snickers will reboot the famous campaign this time with star wars bad guy adam driver. >> companies advertising at the super bowl with snickers with their star wars are trying to tap into popular culture and a certain zeitgeist. >> he's eating doritos. >> but some are skipping the game altogether. don't expect to see doritos or butterfingers between downs but intel is hoping to score with tom brady, whether he's on the field or not. >> enough. they get it. >> they'll score more if he's on the field. that was t.j. holmes reporting. braidly will take the first playoff snaps tomorrow against the houstonian texans. >> republicans taking a tough stance on obama care, the action to make sure the repeal will stick as promised. and putting a new spin on
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its 5:00 somewhere. how you could put your creativity to good use after kicking back with a bottle of wine. and it is a foggy friday in san francisco. although gorgeous blue skies right now. shot of the golden gate bridge, socked in earlier and now gorgeous. mike tracking a warmer weekend for us. details tadirectv now. stream all your entertainment! anywhere!
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oh, yeah, three-day weekend. and tons of fresh powder to greet you. this is the perfect time to hit the slopes if you are so inclined. a recent storm shuttered several lake tahoe ski resorts but they are trying to recover for a busy weekend. some still impacted by a power
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outage right now. heavenly mountain resort received 12 feet of fresh snow. north star reported 8 feet this week. >> and they really had to dig out their lodges from all of that snow, too. but now i think they are ready and excited, mike. >> i have a picture of that coming up. let me tell you, the water equivalent, they had snow ten of the 12 days so far this year, at least the reporting stations are saying, we'll get today's total later, but 9.36 inches and 8.3 inches above average. so nice dumping of snow there. reservoirs will be filled. the snow pack is incredible for today's date. it is 161%. but notice as we talked about yesterday, even though the drought is over, we still are 28% under where we should by be april 1st. so we have more snow on the way. just not this weekend. here is that picture i promised. look at that top of chair five at kirkwood. you could see how much snow they had. you're all the way at the top there and the chair is just sitting in it. so the clouds are opening as we
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speak. bright sunshine. chill -- no doubt. because our average highs are 43. we're stuck in the 30s until we get to 41 on monday and temperatures in the teens during the overnight hours. we had our own version of the frosty cold temperatures. that mike nicco at abc 7, a lot of his colleagues wonder why he doesn't park in his garage. and he told them because his car -- his garage is full of a lot of junk. here is a look -- and so this summer he has to clean it up. we still have fog in the central valley. i had to downsize when i moved to the bay area like a lot of people. and here is a look at what is going on over the top of us. absolutely quiet. still fog over the water. but by the afternoon, sun and seasonal today. patchy fog tonight. small chance of some frost. showers, a little bit -- near the coast tomorrow night through sunday and a weak storm will fall apart as it moves north to south along the coast. the big deal is tuesday, wednesday and thursday when the light to moderate storm moves in.
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the visible satellite and all of the white that is not moving, that is snow. and there is your fog. it will be in the central valley. right now 45 in napa to about 51 in san jose. livermore and antioch for the warm spots. our highs today, 53 to 56. half moon bay about 51 degrees. the cool spot. now to plan the rest of your friday, we'll be in the low to mid-50s from 2:00 to 4:00. grab a coat if you are heading out this evening. it is chilly. temperatures in the mid-40s by 8:00, but at least it will be dry. in fact, we drop down into the 30s in our deepest valleys. low to mid-40s just about everywhere tomorrow morning. here is a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast. not quite as cold sunday and for the holiday. martin luther king jr. holiday on monday. temperatures nearing 60. increasing clouds on tuesday and rain will roll in during the night time hours. light on wednesday and then moderate for thursday. now i'll have perfect pet coming up in a few minutes. back to you. >> if you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, we have you covered. >> abc 7 mornings anchor reggie aqui has some ideas from our
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partners at hoodline. >> let's start with the new year with the new art. this week hoodline recommends chamber music, dance and cork art. yes, cork art. we're going to start with the music. ♪ ♪ >> noah valley hosts musica pacifica. they tell me it is the best concert you've never seen. and i'm also told they give you free wine at intermission and provide childcare. and even if one of those things is true, it sounds like a plan to me. that is sunday from 1:00 to 4:00. now dance. dance, i say. alonso king's lines ballet presents all you can dance for $5 event and so sunday from 1:00 to 5:00, you could learn hip-hop, ballet, contemporary and jazz in 30 minute classes and you could be an absolute beginner. and finally, as promised, cork art. >> just take a paint brush, a little bit of acrylic paint and maybe even some sharpies and put
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that on there, to create, for example, a penguin. >> you, too, could make creures -- creatures made out of wine cork. and this is an extension. and who knew it would be used as stamps or made into lovey jewelry. it is on sunday 1:00 to 4:00 and included in paid admission. just keep me far, far away from the craft table. i'm not so good. for more on the events, hop on to the website at abc7news.com and look for our link to hoodline. i'm reggie aqui, no matter what you do, enjoy your weekend. >> a great idea for the kids. today abc 7 news is helping you as the deadline to enroll in covered california is quickly approaching vuxt to be enrolled by the end of the month to be covered for the year so later today we'll team up with 7 on your side at abc 7 to answer your covered california questions and get you started on enrollment. our phone lines will be open from 4:00 until 8:00 p.m.
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but you don't have to wait to ask your questions. submit them now on facebook and twitter using the #ask finney. and on capitol hill, house republicans are expected to give final approval today to a measure that would quickly gut the affordable care act, but you should still enroll right now here in california. republicans have promised to overturn the law once president-elect donald trump takes office. it is not clear what type of health care plan he supports or what republicans plan to replace obama care with. fib director james comey und under intense skrut skrut -- scrutiny. they are looking into whether he broke department policy when he announced the reopening of the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. this came 11 days before the election and they claim it cost clinton the election. he said he balanced the need for transparency but he defaulted to a long standing policy when asked if the fbi investigating
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donald trump's team and whether they had contact with the russians during the campaign. >> i don't -- especially in a public forum, we never confirm or deny a pending investigation. >> i'm not saying -- >> the irony of of your making that statement here, i cannot avoid. >> director comey released a statement welcoming the investigation. president-elect trump has yet to announce whether comey will stay on as head of the fbi, and this investigation may have an impact. well, we've made it to friday. you know what that means. >> we have an adora
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coming up at 4:00, the high flying effort to take down dead and drying trees before the next round of storms hits. and trying to regroup after a record-setting storm, tonight at 5:00, we go live to the sierra where people have seen more than 200 inches of snow. >> what better way to kick off the weekend than with our perfect pet. >> getting all choked up thinking about how cute it is. mike it back to introduce us to fancy pants. >> we get choked up because we want the animals to become somebody's family member and find a forever home. this is a dog from the friends of the alameda animal shelter. meet fancy pants, a 6-year-old
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chihuahua mix and living with a foster family who tells us she is relaxed and good mannered and house trained. she loves to sit on your lap and cuddle and great with kids and also on a low fat diet for her health so you'll need to help her maintain that lovely waistline and to make her a part of your family call the number on your screen. it is 510-337-8565. >> she has a new years resolution like many of us, and she just watching her girlish figure and there is nothing wrong with that. >> and you could go for a walk with her and benefit. >> everybody gets fit at the same time. and good luck with that. and thank you for joining us. who wants to be a millionaire coming up next. >> and the news continues online at abc7news.com and the abc news app and our next newscast at 4:00 p.m.
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>> you know how they say "time is money"? well, for one of our contestants today, the next 30 minutes may be worth a cool $1 million. this is "who wants to be a millionaire." [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to the show. are you guys ready to play "millionaire"? [cheers and applause] today's contestant is all about planning extravagant events, so i can't even imagine what his viewing party will be like after he wins a million dollars. from los angeles, california, please welcome pierce minor. [cheers and applause] how you doing, man? good to meet you. >> likewise. >> what's up, pierce, how you doing, man? >> what's up? i'm good. >> welcome to "millionaire." >> thank you. >> you ready to go today? >> i'm ready to go. >> so you're a big planner? >> i am a big planner. >> and i hear you planned a pretty extravagant way to

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