tv ABC7 News 1100PM ABC January 5, 2022 11:00pm-11:35pm PST
>> a princess of deja vu as the rising covid craze is. >> a sheriff's academy recruit gun down on tuesday, remembered tonight. with those who work side-by-side with him have to say. sandhya: foggy drizzly morning i had. find out when that will be replaced by rain coming up. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. >> tonight, friends and mentors are remembering david when david nguyen. he was training with the alameda county sheriff's department. fred say he was dedicating his life to service. ama: abc 7 news
more on that impact. reporter: it is been a heartbreaking tray for hours for those who knew david nguyen. some told me they just learned of his passion this afternoon. -- passing this afternoon. his memory will live on in pictures like this one. he was set to graduate in february, was gunned down and killed in air state 580 in oakland. >> he was going to be great deputy. reporter: he served side-by-side in the california national guard with him. he still remembers conversations they had on watch during some of the civil unrest over the last two years in sacramento. he says nguyen was eager to learn about being in law enforcement. >> he was driven to not just become a deputy mb in law enforcement, driven to great in those positions and really make a difference. >> he had a passion for.
sometimes those guys have that passion, they move up and they make a difference somewhere. we don't know if that was going to happen. >> he was his criminal justice professor who wrote him a recommendation to get into the cap me. >> i could tell he would've been a great police officer. i'm still in shock, sad. reporter: sadly these are some of the last images of him as deputies loaded his bodies -- body into the corner struck. those he served with said they will remember his passion to be great. >> he joked about his family wanting him. to become a doctor. we laughed about that. being a soldier, serving the country and the state, to be able to serve the community as a deputy in law enforcement was something he really wanted. reporter: robert is a dep
santa barbara county. he said when the background investigator interviewed him about david, he told him if you don't hire him, we will. a fund has been set up for david's family with a link on our website, abc7news.com. back to you. ama: thank you so much. highway patrol is investigating what led up to last night's shooting. no arrests have been made. was the fourth deadly shooting on a highway in oakland since may. all remain unsolved. abc news anchor looks at what more can be done. reporter: the tragic shooting tuesday night that took the life of an alameda county sheriff's recruit marks the fourth unsolved deadly highway shooting in oakland in the past eight months. >> a person shot on the party bus. >> [indiscernible] leading from the head. reporter: last may to people were killed in a party bus an i-5 80.
in october, toddler jasper wu was killed on i 880. leaving many asking why is it so hard to solve these crimes and how can they finally stop? >> we as a community have got to band together and put an end to the trauma that is plaguing our communities. reporter: that is oakland mayor today. last week, she governor newsom. >> we can advocate for. we can yell and scream at the top of her lungs. but the highways are controlled by the state. reporter: dr. lepage is assistant professor of criminal justice at cal state east bay. he's is what cameras can help solve crimes, the bigger problem is the untraceable ghost guns. >> their short-term solutions, we need long-term solutions.
whether the short-term ones might be trying to get some of the guns off the street. it could really slow down some of the violent acts. ama: the governor's o g responded to our story, count -- touting governor newsom's safety plan. the governor's plan also focuses on getting illegal guns and drugs off our streets. additionally, the administration continues to review methods and tools, such as cameras to assist local governments and chp to strategically deploy more patrols. if you have any information about any of the shooting, you are encouraged to call the chp tip line, the number is on your screen. dan: call let's turn now to the pandemic. today, state health and human services secretary announced the california cycle indoor mask mandate will be extended until fairbury 15. it had certainly -- previously
been set to expire in mid-january. he says they need to take measures to stop the spread. he does not anticipate more major closures. >> we are not discussing business closures or further limitations on businesses or other sectors of our economy, schools, etc. dan: several bay area associations are making their own call to close. between that and more masking, you're not alone if you're feeling a of deja vu. abc 7 news reporter has the story. reporter: the jokes are out there, the new york being called 2020 abc7news.com -- two. >> you think you might be out of the woods, you get hit with omicron. reporter: back on zoom after teaching in person during fall
academic term. elsewhere across the bay area, word of impact from college services to college sports. tacoma police report stanford and uc berkeley announced sebastopol programs are postponing games this week. this includes the cal women's best double-teams among bruckner. there's a sense of optimism from the top doctor. he says the state is prepared to handle the record search in cases it is seeing now. >> today situation and the environment with covid and omicron is better in many ways. we can manage the diseaseeeeee we are seeing in a weight we weren't able to i year ago. reporter: another dose of déjà vu across college campuses. second year student stayed home on the east coast after they moved the winter classes online.
>> try to spend every day in new york city, with friends, catching up. it turns out i spent most of the break at home because of how about the searches been getting. reporter: covid-19 continuing to cancel plans. first fridays has canceled their january return. >> we did unanimously decided that would be the safest thing to do. reporter: safety, still paramount. >> they're doing a lot better today that we did in march 2020. this hopefully will pass. ama: schools are with how to handle the omicron search. san francisco unified teachers tell abc 7 some instructors are planning a walk out tomorrow. if of the district hasn't done enough to protect them and students. this is not a union spencer -- union sponsored event. the school district's meeting with union members tomorrow about their concerns. in the east bay, west contra
costa unified schools be closed friday and monday because of omicron concerns. when district school, martin luther king elementary enrichment has been closed since tuesday because multiple students tested positive. all schools will undergo a deep cleaning on friday. dan: the director of the cdc gave final signoff to date recommending the pfizer booster for teenagers between the ages of 12 and 15. starting tomorrow, booster shots can go into arms frame and over the age of 12. at must be administered five months after the primary vaccination series. so far, pfizer is the only vaccine authorized for adolescents. wristers have shown to protect against the new highly transmissible omicron variant. you want to step today on latest covid headlines, or find a testing site near you, or have questions about the vaccine. we have all that information our website, abc7news.com /coronavirus. ama: the fox news host becomes
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house. reporter: as americans prepared to solemnly mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly january 6 capitol attack, attorney general merrick garland , and rare speech to his staff affirming the violence and threats to american democracy will not go unpunished. >> we will follow the facts, wherever they lead. reporter: the doj investigation has a bar netted more than 700 arrests. more than 170 of the writers have pleaded guilty. at least 75 have been sentenced. hundreds more remain at large. ag garland facing increasing pressure to go after former president trump and his -- led to the deadly capital attack. >> justice department remains committed to holding all gin six -- january 6 perpetrators, at any level, accountable under law. reporter: the house select committee requesting fox host
sean hannity to share his detailed knowledge regarding trump's state of mind during the riot. he says -- text messages show he was concerned days before the attack, allegedly texting white house chief of staff, i'm attack -- worried about the next point -- 48 hours. or trump allies are sharing their first-hand accounts of his actions as the mob stormed the capitol building. one of his longest-serving senior aides, citing the insurrection, now sitting for an interview with the panel. she has been criticized for spreading lies during the trump administration. she recently said this about her former boss. >> i'm terrified of him running for president in 2024. i do not think he is fit for the job. reporter: liz cheney has also said as much. the panel hasn't ruled out a criminal referral to the doj if it finds trump committed any crimes related to january 6.
ama: earlier congresswoman jackie spear held a town hall. how long were we in the fight. >> that was horrible. it straight. >> ama: congresswoman spirit was herself in the capitol building when the instruction -- insurrection occurred. she joins us in the morning. tune in at 6:00 a.m.. dan: california's top doctor says next month's super bowl will go on as scheduled at savoy stadium. >> [indiscernible] in contact with the nfl to make sure strategies are put in place to ensure people can enjoy this
important event while making sure we put things in place that allow covid mitigation. dan: dr. galli says that means everyone in attendance needs to wear a well fitting mask that stays on for most of the game. then nfl is reportedly looking at at&t stadium in dallas as a backup in case the situation gets worse in southern california. ama: the omicron variant is throwing award shows into a state of chaos. the sundance film festival has canceled its plans for an in person event in utah. the grammy awards his delayed at show indefinitely. the golden globes, scheduled for sunday, will have no crowd and will not be televised. but the oscars are still planned for march 27. dan: in the south bay, a beloved cajun style rest is mang a big move. to, saturday isatgalmi
morning. restaurant currently sits on land recently purchased by google. house will begin its journey 7:00 saturday eight spectators are welcome. ama: check your powerball tickets. tonight's jackpot was the seventh largest a parable history at $630 million. to jackpot winning tickets were sold, one in sacramento. one in wisconsin. here you're winning numbers. 6, 14, 25, 33, powerball, 17. winning ticket from sacramento so sold at the 7-eleven on wyndham drive. it's too winning tickets were sold, the california jackpot is worth near $315 million. the winner has to make a claim on the website. sandhya: just overdrive. ama: we should've done it. dan: next time.
sandhya: if you're going for a drive, not necessarily sacramento, but anywhere around the bay area, it is foggy across many parts. let me show you live pictures from emeryville, so -- exploratorium and santa cruz. this is what we are going to face tomorrow morning. we do have a lot of fog. fairfield, eighth of a mile visibility. half-mile in half moon bay. live doppler 7. you can see that fog footprints at this hour. there is a dense fog advisory until 11:00 tomorrow. visibility less than .25 mile, hazardous driving conditions. this is in effect for solano county. i would not be surprised if it gets extended to contra costa. visibility poor across the region. by noon time, you start to see improvement, though some fog will hang around into the afternoon. temperatures right out in the 40's and 50's. as a from our camera.
you can barely make out the bay bridge. rainer turns friday. it is going to be mainly dry for the weekend. morning temperatures are not going to drop much, with the clouds, the frog. we are going -- the fog. afternoon highs in the 50's and 60's. quite a bit of cloud cover free thursday. scattered showers, level 1. wet for your morning commute. lingering into the first half of the early afternoon. up to a quarter of an inch of rain. that wet weather five and in the north bay, a dam, starting to cross other parts of the bay area. as a go 2:11, we will still see those showers. a once down pretty quickly, we start to see sunny breaks. in fall totals, not something to write home about. we will take a moisture we can get. a few hundredths of an inch to a quarter of an inch in cloverdale.
here's a look at the forecast. the dense morning fog and drizzle tomorrow. a level 1 for friday. scattered showers, chillier saturday and sunday morning. we will certainly see afternoon sunshine breaking through. we are checking another opportunity for some wet weather, a little drizzle sunday night. monday looks like a chance of rain. while there temperatures going into the early part of next week. drew tuma will be here tomorrow starting at 5:00 tracking that fog in the upcoming rain. fog in the upcoming rain. ♪ at usaa, we've been called "too exclusive" because we were created for officers. but as we've evolved with the military, we've grown to serve all who've honorably served. no matter their rank or when they were in. a marine just out of boot camp or a petty officer from '73 and even his kids and their kids. usaa is made for all who've honorably served
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night and my standards. reporter: at emory thomas 25 on that running list. the big question, what did they do with jimmy garoppolo? kyle shanahan not saying who is going to start in a must win game against the rams. trick if you can't go, trey lance will start. what's it like going right now? >> it hurts. i don't know how else to describe it. it feels like the web in your hand is tearing a bit. i'm trying to get 100%. there so may variables that go into this decision. i want everything in my body to be out there, gotta be smart at the same time. reporter: will seat, after missing 35 games because he will get vaccinated, irving made his debut in indiana. can't play home games. the net speed the pacers pacerss
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