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moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. dan: officer said the man had been shooting as neighbors cowered in their homes. good evening, thank you for joining us. let's get right abc 7 news reporter tim johns live in antioch. this all started about 1:00. reporter: as you can imagine, this is been an active day here in antioch. police say the man died after being shot by officers. that following the hours on standoff that took place in this neighborhood, just behind me. antioch police initially responded to calls of shots fired near dove court. when officers arrived on scene, it was confirmed that the suspect was armed with a rifle. he was actively shooting at cars and houses. nearby residents were told to shelter -- shelter-in-place. antioch pd said they attempted to make contact with the suspect several times, but the suspect continued firing. even bringing down a police drone. >> over the course of those
hours, the suspect repeatedly fired shots from inside the house, outside in the direction of officers, as well as of the residence. reporter: terry bunting lives one block over. several officere to her house in the afternoon, asking for access to her backyard to try and get a better vantage point. she tells me she never expected a thing like this to happen it'. a lot of older people, people with kids, grandkids. we don't have reporter: a lot of problems. reporter:after hours of stalemate, the suspect set fire to the inside of the garage. flames soon in both the house and the man came outside where he was confronted by swat officers. >> after making contact with officers, they fired their weapons and the suspect was struck. reporter: the men received immediate medical attention but was pronounced dead on the
scene. they would not say if the man was armed or brandishing a weapon when he was shot. no officer was injured, but community service officer directing traffic was hit by car. he is in serious condition. one else was in the house. there's no indication yet as to what the motive was. the man's name has not been released. it is believed to in his 30's. because an officer fired his weapon, the contra costa law enforcement protocol has been enacted. that means the officers involved will be placed in administrative leave. that is standard procedure. dan: thanks very much. all night tonight on our abc 7 news app, we kept neighbors updated with the latest information from police. recent this alert as we live-streamed the news conference from authorities. if you want alerts like this, the app is free to download. breaking news, a series of powerful storms and tornadoes
ripped the midwest tonight from arkansas to illinois. in edwardsville, illinois, emergency crews responded to a roof collapse at the amazon warehouse. it is not clear how many people were hurt, the emergency agency is calling a mass. friends and relatives are concerned. >> i've no idea what is going on. we are worried sick. we want to know if he is ok. dan: you can imagine how worried they are. as many as 100 people were believed to be in the building at the time. we will stay on that story. one person was killed and five others injured at a nursing home in arkansas. at least way people work trapped in the building when the roof collapse. here you see first responders helping some the residents get to safety. it has been tense in the midwest. let's get to spencer christian, tracking a hefty storm moving into the bay spencer: this weekend. spencer:spencer: aspen
storm. it is going to be a dredge or, some strong, gusty winds as well. starring tomorrow at 1:00 tomorrow night, you will see the first wave of rain beginning to push on shore. it will sweep through the north bay with periods of heavy downpour, strong, gusty winds. we will settle into the south bay before reorganizing and expanding to all parts of the bay monday. today's a pretty stormy weather with drenching rain, rainfall totals from 2.5 to five inches of rain. in this era, we expect up to seven or eight feet of snow in some locations. i will give you a full look later. dan: eight feet, while. in the north bay, people are getting prepared for the rain and potential flooding. they used to the fact of -- vacuum to clear storm drains.
crews were trimming trees near power lines. the chilled he says extra crews are on standby. extra equipment is being brought in. >> brand is already wet. when that happens, with these wins we are expecting and the rain, we could see potential power outages. dan: sonoma county is also increasing capacity of homeless shelters because of the expected rain and a freeze warning. the county is providing 53 winter beds on a first-come first-served faces. san francisco residents can pick up three sandbags this sunday between 8:00 and 2:00. they can be picked up at the san francisco public works operations yard. as at the marin and kansas street eight. you will need to show proof of address. masks will be required. you can keep an eye on the weather, including live doppler 7 anytime. you will find it on the bay area app available on roku, amazon fire, android tv and apple tv. more on the weather later. new at 11:00, a visit from san francisco's archbishop to a
local church was rescheduled because a number of people were worried he was not vaccinated. our reporter spoke to one of the parishioners from saint agnes church says the archbishop is welcome, only if you get the covid vaccine. reporter: the news that the archbishop is unvaccinated just cost him a visit to a church in san francisco. >> because he is not vaccinated, and we've had breakthrough vaccinations in the church, i'm not comfortable. reporter: december 19 was the date the archbishop was scheduled to visit saint agnes church. several weeks before his visit, churchgoers voiced concerns. this church is taking a stance. i called and spoke with him and asked him to reschedule his visits for a later time. this was a bulletin pastor george williams posted on the church's website. the san francisco diocese has been outspoken about the covid
vaccine, encouraging san franciscans to get vaccinated. and while, the archbishop is not. in a statement, the archdiocese responded, health care decisions are personal matter. the archbishop has every confidence in father williams ability to know his people and respond to their sensitivities with compassion. >> not that he is saying we don't want you, we would more than welcome you here if you came vaccinated. reporter: in august, pope francis urged people to get vaccinated, calling it an act of love. during an interview with the san francisco chronicle, the archbishop said his personal doctor told him it is probably not necessary for him to be vaccinated. citing his immune system is strong. >> if there was some health reason, i could see it. there's no religious reason. from the catholic church that would stop you from being vaccinated.
dan: m m m m americans have now received a covid-19 booster shot. health officials are urging everyone who is eligible to do so because of the omicron variant. santa clara county reported its first case of the variant today. it is states known case in the bay area. >> the person had traveled to florida, most likely where they were exposed. a community exposure in florida rather than an international exposure. reporter: the santa clara county public health officers as the person was vaccinated but not boosted. they are experiencing mild symptoms. it is the eighth case in the bay area, first in the nation was discovered in san francisco. there are six cases and east bay among people who work at kaiser's oakland pedicle center. the infections are linked to a wedding in wisconsin. >> we all did the right thing.
we got tested in advance, got our vaccines, many of us had our boosters. we still ended up infecting each other. reporter: an oakland clinic offering vaccinations and testing claims to reopen -- plans to reopen. and abruptly shut down this week after contract dispute with the city. dan: right now there is a testing and vaccination clinic open on east 12th street in oakland. the information is on your screen. you can walk in between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. seven days a week. hundreds of san francisco students walked out of class today, demanding change at their campuses that they say are unsafe. we will explain. raising san francisco's very building, that is one proposal. holiday tradition has returned to east san jose, why it is asked ashley appoint -- especially important this year. a look at what is coming up
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on methamphetamine. it is up to the das office to decide whether to charge the officers, or on administrative leave. hundreds of san francisco students rallied today to protest what they say is the school district's active response to sexual assault and harassment. sky 7 was over city hall when the students presented the district with a list of demands. among them, create a support system for survivors and teach students, starting in elementary school, the meaning of consent. >> they will have days when they would go around and slapped people spots. i remember that, growing up. >> upperclassman, they are way above us. >> dan: the school district told abc 7 news it sent a letter to families, the district now wants to engage students in the process. the climate and environment are issues we focus on in the effort to build a better bay area. san francisco iconic.
building could be raised, -- razed as efforts to protect the embarcadero. the court has released early proposals. one includes strengthening the substructure, which may later include raising it to install a new seawall. another focus -- another project focused between p five and 22.5. could be protected with new railings, raised bulkheads and deployable barriers. three months after wildfire burn through this acquired gross, officials say the joint force will reopen tomorrow. the area -- forest will reopen tomorrow. the wildfire threatened the trees, including the world's largest, general sherman, which was wrapped in foil in an effort to protect it. visitors are warned to bring
their own food and water since none will be available in the grove for the time being. in the south bay, beloved east san jose tradition is back, bringing hundreds to the mexican heritage plaza tonight. fiesta navidania was canceled last year. the community is holding onto hope this holiday season will be different. ♪ reporter: mariachi marking the return of the fiesta in east san jose. the event typically draws thousands. on this night, hundreds of festivalgoers >> brave the cold. > rising from the ashes is very powerful. reporter: a significant turnout, especially after the largely latino community was hit hard in the covid pandemic. many deaths reported in four zip codes on the city's east side. >> there was a major spike in
covid cases, so we had to cancel the event completely. reporter: on friday, and welcome opportunity for residents to reconnect. >> hopefully we are going to see a lot of friends we haven't seen in a while. reporter: part of the tradition is the towering christian tree -- christmas tree. >> this is over 20 feet. this is one of the tallest i've seen and a long time. it takes eight men to put this tree up. reporter: another fiesta favorite, the teams of folkloric dancers. they entertain as others shopped the new vendor market. a mixture of food, art and culture. >> some re-frozen people we knew specifically said this person hasn't had the best of luck during the pandemic, can you ensure they get in. reporter: fermenting, just getting out was reason enough.
>> and straight to see all the people out, dancing, having a great time. try to support. >> if you don't know about the culture, this is the best place to learn a little about everything. dan: that looks like a lot of fun. good for them. the weather cooperated today, though it was a little cold. that is going to change. spencer: in about four hours. right now, things are calm, the weather is going to be active if not festive. alive you from the tower looking at san francisco where it is only 48 degrees right now, 41 in oakland, 38 in mountain view. 43 san jose, 37 in half moon bay. chili around the bay area. temperatures up north in the 30's, mid-30's in santa rosa, napa, fairfield, 34. 42 a conquered, that is the warmest spot. looking to the bay bridge, it will be cold tomorrow morning,
getting cold already. by afternoon, turning rainy and windy, early sunday morning. it will be stormy through tuesday with the possible rain and snow makes in some of our higher elevations. overnight, low temperatures will drop to the upper 20's and low 30's in parts of the north bay. low to mid 30's and the inland, east bay, dundas south bay. highs tomorrow under increasingly cloudy skies in the afternoon will be a narrow range from 55 to 57 degrees across the entire region. that's talk about the stormy weather. starting 11:00 tomorrow night, the first wave of rain starts to push into the north bay. it will push and forcefully, swooping down to the golden gate and the peninsula into south bay by late sunday afternoon. during the overnight hours, early monday morning, the storm will expand again and be drenching all parts of the bay area, accompanied by powerful when best, producing snow in the sierra. we will see wind gusts starting
late tomorrow night, getting into the upper 30 to 40 mile-per-hour range, especially along the coast. dropping a bit on sunday, re-intensifying monday. two very stormy days coming our way. rainfall totals in the bay area will be 2.4 -- 2.5 to 4.5 inches. 10:00 sunday 2:10 2:10 2:10 2:10 sierra, is that winter storm warning. we can expect up to 100 inches of snow in the areas that are hardest hit. here's a seven-day forecast, level two storm on sunday, level three, more intense on monday. tapering off to wintry mix of rain and high elevation snow on tuesday and every day next week we expect some periods of precipitation. maybe not snow, light rain. winter has arrived. dan: big t
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game after that, the game after that. larry: we are counting on tomorrow night, we will have the warriors and sixers tip-off here at 5:30, plus the place -- postgame interviews. warriors coach doing some moonlighting. he will be named the new head coach of team usa basketball. he was an assistant to popovich into keio -- in tokyo. he said he would like to coach team usa in the future, that time is now. the official announcement has not been made yet. nba tonight, kevin durant, trae young, merry christmas. merry christmas to you, too. , nick claxton, two dudes, thatt is bad, but also describe k.d., he and trey both went through for 31, mets when 113-105.
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we appreciate your time. right now on jamaican >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- halle berry. elle fanning. and music from little simz. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks. thanks. i appreciate that. hi, everyone. cleto, how are you doing? thanks. thank you. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for braving the heat to be here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it was -- it was almost -- here in l.a. it was almost 100 degrees this weekend. crazy, right, guillermo? >> guillermo: very crazy. >> jimmy: and while a lot of people might cha i