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>> convicted serial killer joseph naso gives a jailhouse interview to our team. his revelations of his alleged crimes or convictions. >> the life of an east bay coach cut short by a car crash. ahead, how his school and community are coming together to remember his life. >> happening today, the sheriff in the east bay will announce a break in a two decades old cold case centers around a popular park. >> good morning, on tuesday at 6:00. thanks for joining us. >> we will find out what the temperatures right now and what to look forward to, today. mike? >> most of us in the 40's and not is cool as it was yesterday because of high clouds that will ared in and you is seen them on live doppler 7 hd and you can see a lack of radar runs with if rain in the forecast. day planner is not so hazy around the bay and it is still a "spare the air" day of 48. at noon we are at 58. thick are high clouds this afternoon and holding the
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temperature around 61 and mild this evening in the mid-50's. we have a few 30's but mostly clouds. poor air quality is the north today with upper 50's to low 60's throughout the afternoon and 53 at 7:00 and a last stop on the coast, our microclimate is 7:00&partly-to-mostly cloudy and upper 50's but mid-50's at 7:00 with the clouds hanging around. leyla gulen has the commute. >> we do want to give a word to the wise for the continued holiday weekend along i-5 this is an effort to prevent pa -- fatalities from california, through oregon and washington. we have an accident if place northbound highway 85 to the
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northbound 87 connection. the rest of san jose, though, is looking clear. we are looking at slowing, though, building northbound 101 between the 280/680 split and nimitz. >> fremont community will mourn a beloved coach who died trying to help others as he usually did. amy hollyfield is at john f. kennedy high school with that story. amy? >> yes, the sign behind me at the entrance of the high school broadcasting a message, thank you, cope, -- coach, for everything. the coach was killed on saturday. the 76-year-old spent 25 years coaching football and surf as -- and serving as the athletic director. he was trying to keep traffic away from an accident when he was hit.
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he had a tremendous pack. >> we are the small are school and he would get behind the kids and say we are smaller but you play with a big heart and that was the message the coach gave. he was hard but he got everything, everything he taught is real now because we are older and we can see it. >> in addition to coaching, webb taught math, english, and wood shop. he started working here in 1986. there is a vigil tonight at 6:00 in his memory and his family still is working on planning the funeral. >> thank you. now a jailhouse interview conducted by the abc7 team with convicted killer joseph naso speaking out after being found guilty by a jury. >> three daze after he was sentenced to death, he tells abc
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investigative reporter he is annoyed and angry. he goes on to tell d.n.a. he has no regrets, he is okay with who he is. in the eyes of the law he is a convicted serial killer found guilty of killing four women from the late 70's to the mid-1990 and the prosecution used the miles an hour decembers of -- useed the done. >> jury of your peers concluded you were guilty. >> they proved it but not from the charges. >> there was a list of ten found in his home believed to be a list of places he dumped beds, four of them are unsolved, these are resolution writings referring to girls and a stay or place. he says that he doesn't know who the girls are.
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>> tonight at 6:00, part two of the exclusive interview taking anyway -- naso step-by-step through the period ofs. >> the almeda sheriff will talk about the arrest of two suspects of a decades old murder case in castro valley in 1990 when the body of a 43-year-old was found near the entrance to the park. it was determined at the time he died from stab woppeds. alameda county authorities will provide more details on the cold case if a news conference later this morning. >> the santa clara county district attorney is refusing demands to file felony charges against four san jose state students accused of bullying a black student. the naccp met with officials yesterday. they used racial slurs and put a bike lock around the student's neck. they were charged with mid-hate
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crimes and battery. the d.a. said the charge are appropriate given the evidence and independent expert will help determine how it went on for weeks without university intervention. >> today, a report will be released this morning on the state of higher education in california and the results are not encouraging. the report was commissioned by lt. governor and former san francisco mayor and found the percentage of young californians earning associates and bachelor degrees is below the national average and is on the verge of losing its place as a leader in higher education showing the case must put more support into community colleges and the california state university system. >> president obama will be touring these works animation studio this morning, the last stop on the west coast tour. the president left the bay area yesterday after a visit that included a state on immigration reform that is drewing national attention after this graduate student from san francisco state
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interrupted the president's speech. >> please use your executive order to halt undocument imgrands from being forced out. >> if i could solve all the problems without passing laws in congress, i would do so. we are also a nation of laws. that is part our that addition. >> he treated me lick like a little kid and did not directliance my question so it was very disappointing. >> he is an undocumented immigrant from south korea. he says he was not intending to interrupt the president but decided to speak out because he is tired hearing politicians talk about missions of immigration reform and then do nothing. >> a couple of day away from turkey days. >> it is quiet. the air is clear from our east bay hills camera and yesterday we could not see beyond treasure
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island but we have the "spare the air" with the poor of the air quality in the north bay. we are all banned from burning wood unless you want to pay $100 fine or take a class and the second fine is $500. they take it seriously. up north, mid-to-upper 30's in most neighbors and we have 47 in san rafael, mill valley, 41 in calistoga and the warm spot is next to the water and 40 in lafayette and 41 in cupertino and san jose is 44 degrees and 49 in alameda and san carlos is 46 and today's temperatures and tomorrow's temperatures are the same with high clouds and sunshine and coolest day is thursday with the best chance of any rain to the south and friday, in worries, we will be in the low-to-mid 60's. shop 'til you drop. here is leyla gulen.
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>> all right, i will take you over to the altamont pass, we have heavy traffic. we are familiar with this. it is the bumper-to-bumper traffic westbound stretch. southbound long highway 84, it is 37 miles per hour so it slows down south of there and it opens up as you get closer to 680. we have a report of debris not lanes northbound 880 coming up to 980 and at the tolls, the metering lights have been turned on and you have a sea of headlights but not too bad and we have a couple of empty patches and i would get on the roads as soon as you can. >> black friday is moving up to thursday as we have been reporting so, who is going to be shopping on thanksgiving? a survey reveals without will be battles for the best bargain.
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>> amtrak, off track? what is behind a drop if bay area riders on one of the most popular california routes. >> winter weather threat bees to disrupt thanksgiving travel maps if millions with delays already ♪ at our thanksgiving we're gonna make our turkey fly ♪
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>> covering santa clara, san francisco, east bay and all pay area, this is abc7 news. >> good tuesday morning at 6:13. looking down to san francisco and the bay area, guess what, folks? it looks pretty clear from here. we will check with mike and the forecast coming up. >> breaking news from australia, a zoo worker was mauled by a tiger at the australian zoo with horrified visitors witnessing the attack. the worker was air lifted with severe neck wounds, home to 11 tigers. there were two other attacks in 2009 but it is unclear what caused this, the most serious and certainly most public in the
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ask's history. >> fewer passengers are lying amtrak's capital corridor trains, with 1.7 million passengers riding the route that connects the bay area to sack membership to last year, down 2.6% from the year before with a sharp decrease passengers getting on-and-off at the davis amtrak stations with fours launching an investigation to figure out why. >> starting today, a new holiday program for senator that clear based flightcars at sfo and airports in los angeles and boston. it allows air travelers to represent out their vehicles while gone rather than pay for airport packing. curing to flight car the average traveler could net $135 over a five day trip with flow airport packing savings and car share earnings. trading is underway in 15 or 16 minutes and today investors will watch the nasdaq to see if it
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can reach another market milestone. the index briefly crossed the 4,000 mark yesterday before closing just below at 3994 the first time nasdaq reached 4,000 in 13 years but, still, well below the high of 5,048 reached in march of 2000 the height of the bubble. >> this year black friday will bring in a lost green with 35 million people shopped on thanksgiving either in stores or online and a third as much as for black friday so who is out on thursday? the rest of the family eats turkey and watches football and falls asleep, the national retail federation says mostly millennials and young adults, with half offering a deal on thursday but if you like toship online you could skip both days with the best web specials for
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cyber monday december 2nd. we want to know what you think. is shopping on thanksgiving okay or no way? let us know your thoughts open facebook at and join the conversation. >> gin the conversation. you will be surprised. now the winter weather threatening to disrupt thanksgiving travel for millions of americans. a massive arctic front is moving across the country causing problems in the midwest and putting the east coast on alert and causing problems at airports across the country including those trying to fly out of florida with flights at fort lauderdale delays because of snow hitting other parts of the nation. cancellations and delays were seen yesterday in dallas and houston. today, it is atlanta, washington, dc, and new york's turn to be hit. >> when it is disrupting if atlanta, there will be problems elsewhere. >> yes because atlanta is a hub. >> looking okay here?
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>> not so hazy as year morning so we are okay. it is another "spare the air" day the second one, and novato is back to five miles visibility. there is some fog in the north bay but right now, it is five miles and you can see the sunlight and a break in the cloud cover and sunlight trying to breakthrough off in the distance and you can see right there how clean the air compared to yesterday when we could not see the bay the high clouds, poor air quality, and thick are clouds not so cool tonight hike this morning, and insulated, and thanksgiving, still the best chance of wet weather. today, the temperatures are close to where we were yesterday with the thick are high clouds and low-to-mid 60's from the coast to inland and maybe a few upper 50 at the coast and the cooler spots of the tonight the lows are 50's in san francisco
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and cloverdale is 42 and fairfield is coolest at 40. high pressure is dominating the west coast and now it is moved to the east by the first cold front keeping us in the pattern of high clouds and high and mid-level clouds tomorrow and less such shine than today. that will be the factor that pushes the high out of the way. this next system comes in, in its wake, giving us the showers. tomorrow morning you can see the clouds, the thick are clouds as we head to the afternoon hours after 7:00 hour from monterey to the south board of inquiry noon and get up to half moon bay and possibility of light showers that will keep rotating to san francisco and oakland and fall apart by 7:00 or 8:00. we have less than .1" of rain. to the evening, it is over and if you are traveling south
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thanksgiving morning there is the possibility of slick streets and the coolest in the seven-day forecast in the upper 50 to 60's and low-to-mid 60's clouding mixing with sunshine and no weather worries through monday. have a good one. write have a couple of reports of cars trouble including in marin county northbound 101 as you head for petaluma the off ramp has a cared that is stopped on the off-ramp. the southbound side is looking busy interest petaluma at highway 116 and then it stars to move and you have a look at it in a little bit but oakland northbound 880 i reported there was debris. a tire did blow up and one lane is blocked with one lane taken away there is slow going traffic to the maze. here is a look budget action 101 headed in the southbound
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direction with plenty of tail lights making the push from central san rafael toward sausalito. do you have one of best jobs of the year? or one of the worst? ahead, the just-revealed list showing who is happy at work and who is not. >> ladies you can call him the ice prince, prince harry is ready for a big event and why he says his where, william, is jealous. >> developing news in oakland, seven people are shot and what we are leng about the new outbreak ofy. i'm john muller.
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>> the san mateo bridge shows kind heavy if 6:23. we will see how the come houston is going with leyla gulen getting the latest. >> right new we will check with josh and a look at "good morning america" at 7:00. >> good tuesday to you and to ail you in the bay area. we have a lot to get to. this winter storm moved through the middle and arrived east and is banging on the left and headed north, snow and ice are threatening holiday travel for
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millions among other both event events, i am told wind and rain. samuel j. champion has the latest on the storms coming up. the moment we have all been waiting for, speaking of samuel j. champion, the hottest band on the planet is reporting live and he cannot wait, cannot wait. it is all next right here on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> i have a know it all to my right, too, imagine that. >> time magazine is teaming up with twitter to choose the next person of the year. president obama was person of the year last year. you can tweet your suggestions. you have until wednesday. officials say time is adding
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social media to the selection process and it is not a popularity process and the honoree is not shown -- chosen on the number of tweets but it is a suggestion. >> print harry can depart to the next stop on the we trip after being delayed by bad weather at the south pole. he arrived last week to take part if a 200 mile trek to support wounded war years and are taking advantage of getting snowed in to get extra rest. he said his brother is gel out but, maybe not, tonight he will hang out with stars like bon jovi and taylor swift at a palace fundraiser for homeless. >> look at the 200 best and 200 worst jobs of 2013. this list was compiled starting with the best, at one is
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actuary. two, is biomedical engineer. three is software engineer. four, auddiologist. >> worse is oil rig worker. next, actor. and next, were police today military personnel. and then lumber jack. last place is newspaper reporters. the rankings are based on physical demand, work environment, income, stress and hiring outlook. >> actuary? >> and audiologijt? what do he do? >> i "hear" it is a good job. >> including an exclusive: a couple that survived asiana flight 214 opens up to me about their horrific ordeal at the sfo tarmac and how they are coping
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five months later. >> a three-year-old boy was hit and killed near the stroller and what the driver didn't do that led to boy's death. >> in the traffic center, look behind me, a busy bay bridge doll -- bay bridge toll plaza
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> 6:30al on tuesday morning. thank you for joining us. >> love it when you say something different when we start. keeps you fresh. >> keeping us fresh is mike nicco on the roof expensing weather. how does it look? >> good morning, everyone. it is cool. i can see the moon and stars and high clouds rolling in on live doppler 7 hd. this is nothing to worry about
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weather-wise this morning. now, starting away the bay we have haze, i can see across to oakland. it is 50 degrees and 58 at noon. thicker clouds by 4:00 and mild this afternoon at 56. north bay poor air quality is possible and "spare the air" today. 41 this morning. 58 to 60 through the afternoon hours. and 53 this evening. a last stop at the coast where we have 45 degrees and more clouds. we will be in the upper 50's for the afternoon and a light freeze and temperatures in the mid-50's through 7:00. no rain right now but i do have some for thanksgiving and we will talk about that in the travel forecast in a few minutes. leyla gulen? >> we are taking you back to oakland where we do have the stalled vehicle and i has a flat tire northbound 880 at 980 there was a report of debris if lanes
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so blend out tire is blocking one lane and we have heavy backups there, as well, to show you and another car on the scene to protect the other vehicle in trouble. hopefully a tow truck will be on the scene quickly. westbound i-80 from ford to the maze is 18 minutes and when 80 from the bay bridge to san francisco is 11 minutes and 101 southbound from san francisco to sfo is ten minutes. outside to san jose northbound 87 to the tank you can see traffic is flowing smoothly and no problems are reported. >> san jose police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a horrific accident that killed a three-year-old boy and injured two others. a roadside memorial is growing for the young victim. matt is on the scene in san jose. >> sad story. you can see the markings on the ground near the crosswalk from the police investigation. across the street an outpouring
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love for the victim the three-year-old would was hit on sunday while being pushed to the park. the 13-year-old family friend was pushing the boy if a stroller and holding the hand of his six-year-old sister when they crossed the street in the crosswalk with the friend light. the driver did not yield. the boy died an hour after being taken to the hospital. >> high was a smart little three-year-old and just awesome. i have never seen a three-year-old so smart. he was brave and happy always. >> the driver stayed at the seen with no arrests or citations made but the investigation continues. so far this year, san jose has 22 fatalities, pedestrians, as of sunday and another fatality took place last night in san jose. we spoke with his mother over the phone and she went back to
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salinas where they making arrangements for his funeral. >> developing news in oakland, where gunfire has left seven men wounded. officers wonned to reports -- responded to reports of a shooting last night after 6:00. police cordoned off the second scene at 94th avenue and sunny side. most of the victim were to their 20 and paramedics rushed two to the hospital in critical condition. miss say it is not clear if they were targeted or this was random. they are asking whens to come forward. >> candlelight vigil is held in fremont to honor a long-term high school coach and mentor who died while trying to help others. the 76-year-old john webb coached football and serves as athletic director if 25 years and hit and killed by a car on saturday morning. the highway patrol says he was
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trying to direct drivers around an accident along interstate 680 in fremont. >> the raiders are showing their appreciation to a fan credited with saving a woman's live as she upped from the third deck of the coliseum. the 61-year-old donnie navidad suffered bruise when the william he -- the woman he tried to catch landed knees first in his chest. and the nfl sent players to his home as a thank you including willie brown. >> i braced myself to catch her. i was helping i could, when i caught her, i could lock my aways around her and she could absorb the impact with me. unfortunately, she hit and bounced off. >> the woman jumped 45' and suffered a serious head injury and is in critical condition. >> the teen charged with setting
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another teen on fire on an a.c. transit bus due in court today. a lawyer if 16-year-old richard tom will challenge a decision by the d.a. to charge his client as an adult. thomas faces felony assault and aggravated mayhem charges. police say he society luke fleischman on fire by lighting a skirt saying he difficulty -- did it because he is homophobic. >> president obama is wrapping up his trip to california at dream works. he went to a fundraiser at the home of magic johnson where gifts paid $15,000 mingled with fares including samuel l. jackson. he left san francisco after an event at the chinese recreation center in chinatown where he was shouted at. >> the f.d.a. is ordering a
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company to stop soling -- selling their again home testing toasts for 240 health conditions. the food and drug administration said the company failed to show the technology is supported by science and it is not f.d.a. cleared. the company says they are committed to addressing the dens and is marketing the kits online. among the investors is google. >> joseph take so -- joseph naso was convicted to death and he give his first interview to us. >> and the incredible amount of change that is left behind by passengers at airport security and where that money goes. >> just a gorgeous picture with a few clouds in the sky and we
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have showers potentially coming around thanksgiving so mike nicco will check on that and leyla gulen will have the
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>> good morning, from the rooftop where it is not is cold as yesterday but the wind is blowing out.
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take it or leave it, it feels cooler than this time year the want something fun and festive and free? how about the snowflakes on the market? it starts at 6:30 and we will drop from 60 to 5 so dress promptly. look at this mess to the south getting through houston and atlanta has delays up the eastern seaboard. check head if you headed that way. at home we have low-to-mid 60's until tahoe at 53 and low-to-mid 70's to the south with everyone covered with high clouds and sunshine and easy travel around the state today. an update for thanksgiving morning coming up. >> we have report of an accident making the drive to san lenadro southbound 880 at marina boulevard south of the oakland airport. want out for that in the northbound direction we are looking at slow going directions and slower closer to broadway
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because of a car blocking a fast lane. drive time traffic 580 is holding strong and highway four is 27 minutes from antioch to con court and 101 and not too bad san rafael to san francisco looking clear. if you leave loose change in the lats tick bins at airport security, you are not alone. according to the hat -- "los angeles times" they collected 500,000 in loose change and the money is going into an aviation security fund but a florida congressman wants to set it aside to use for nonprofit groups to help members of the military and their families. >> new warping -- warning for women who take the morning after pill and how your weight can democrat whether it is effective or not. >> a couple that survived the asiana flight 214 and we learn about their ordeal on the run
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situate. >> convicted serial killer joseph naso gives a jailhouse interview to our reporter with a defiant tone after b and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the importan and i got you this visor.
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covering santa rosa, berkeley, san jose and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> we have breaking overnight news in the south bay where san jose police are investigating an accident that left a woman dead.
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>> it happened before 11:00 last night on monterey road near san jose avenue. officers say a woman was hit by a vehicle and died at the scene. the drive remained and is cooperating with the investigators. >> no word on the cause of the accident. >> we got the first interview with convicted serial killer joseph naso. our reporter talked with him one-on-one to get to the bottom the unsolved murders he is suspected and convicted of committing. >> katie marzullo is in 9 newsroom with more on the story. >> as hard as the reporter pushed naso stuck to his story the he does not thing he should have been arrested let alone convicted. >> he sat down with naso yesterday three days after being sentenced to death if killing four women from the late 70's to the mid-90's. he hoped to debt him to reveal the location of other he is
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suspected killing so their family could have closure. he asked about the list of ten found in his home, the four entries of unsolved crimes including spelling we have the errors including girl from mendocino and girl from berkeley and naso said he doesn't know who they are. >> can you live with yourself when you look in the mirror? >> absolutely. >> you are okay with that? >> yeah. i'm okay with who i am. yes. i got no regrets. >> if that does not offer insight, there is a silent communication making an obscene gesture in court in reaction to the judge announcing the death sentence. >> this is not all the tonight at 6:00 p.m., more from our reporter taking him step-by-step through the evidence.
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>> a couple who survived the asiana flight 214 crash have returned now to china and are sharing their ordeal the past five months since the crash. the couple now back to shanghai last week after recovering from an ankle fracture and severe head eni-- energy -- injury that if three months. she explained how she was trapped and then was saved and he rescued a woman pinned under an overhead compartment. we translated the words. >> i took the panel can thank you it on the ground and shouted go, goes go. >> the couple will never be able to pursue their biggest passion in my story with how their lives have changed and why despite everything, they are grateful. we god news this morning we will
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share so tune if for my report tonight. >> trading is underway on wall street so we will take a look at big board right now, with the dow in positive territory, up 20 minutes at 16,092. the morning after pill may not work for women over a certain weight. the friend version of the drug loses effectiveness if you way more than 165 pounds and ineffective in women who way more than 165 pounds identical to the plan "b" one step with the food and drug administration saying they are reviewing information to determine if labeling changes are warranted. >> thousands of creaming -- screaming fans packed and central park to hear a music group, one direction.
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♪ beautiful >> one direction did not let the cold weather keep them inside. they took over central park this morning on "good morning america" and shared big news: the tour is coming to north america. all the details coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00 after abc7. >> we were having fun with this on twitter this or. >> you didn't say "which direction." good one! >> now the forecast. mike? >> we will look outside at the beautiful sunrise unfolding. from the exploritorium camera, it is pinch and -- pink and red. this is our second "spare the air" with no burning wood or it will cost you $100 and $500 if it is the second offend. clouds from the south and we have thick are high clouds and less sunshine, temperatures are
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the same. we start off mild, mid-to-upper 30's, and mostly upper 30 through the san ramon valley at 37. livermore is 43. warm spot is antioch and 50 in oakland and 51 in san francisco. 44 in san jose. 37 in napa. another beautiful picture of the sky on fire this morning and notice it is hazy and not so hazy as year, but, still, high clouds and poor air quality leaving the forecast highlights and not is cool tonight and thanksgiving we have a chance of showers and i will show you where in a second. >> under clouds, we have low-to-mid 60's, and tonight the temperatures are in the mid-to-upper 40's and around 50 in san francisco for the warm spot and 41 in santa rosa and morgan hill and 40 in fairfield and 42 in clever detail for -- cloverdale. high pressure is holding on with
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a grip on us and cold front to the east keeping us in high cloud and high mid-level clouds through inform and the second air low is south, and that is going to give us showers thanksgiving morning. on wednesday, you can see the southern flow and the increasing clouds as temperatures like today at 7:00 thursday morning, fine, but headed to noon and into the afternoon, possibly as far north as the san mateo bridge, light showers are possible at less than .1". when we get to friday through monday, no worries. leyla gulen? >> c.h.p. has "arrive alive" through california, oregon and washington so with the stepped up patrols they are looking for folks driving under the influence or without a seatbelt. do not drink and drive and always buckle up. we have this accident reported westbound it sounds like a car
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hit a cooler and facing the wrong direction. so far we do not see delays but you could see buildup of traffic. along the dumbarton bridge and san mateo bridge we are looking at top speed but we have buildup of traffic along the san mateo bridge and across highway 24 still looking clear as lafayette into orinda and slowing through the caldecott tunnel. >> head county seven things to know before you go. >> the morning news returns in 60
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oakland and vine in san jose and three-year-old was hit sunday as he and two others were crossing the street. police are trying to decide whether to file charges again the driver. >> vigil is held today at john f. kennedy high school in fremont to honor a long time high school coach who died while trying to help others. john webb, 76, was struck by a car while directing drivers around an accident. >> breaking in australia, a man in his 30's is fighting for his life after being attacked by a tiger at a zoo as visitors cameras were rolling. the man is in serious-but-stable condition. >> we are following thing for but mostly it is away from the reporting station and novato is showing most toss but now up to six miles per hour. temperatures are close to average and it is another "spare the air" at 62 to 66 at the bay
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and the coast is up to 62. >> six, a winter storm moving east is affecting holiday travel people trying to make it home for thanksgiving are bracing for potential delays today and tomorrow at the business of the airports. >> speaking of travel, as we look at the bay bridge toll plaza you can see traffic that is extending from the maze but we do have this wreck westbound along 80 through vacaville blocking one lane. >> see you in 25 minutes. but, first, breaking news from hayward that sky 7 is over a shooting at an apartment building with police presence in hayward at a popular hamburger
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24 hours of mess. that massive storm moving east at this hour. snow, ice and rain set to snarl airports and roads. as 43 million americans hit the highway for the holidays. delays already building. we're live, up and down the storm zone. and breaking overnight, tiger attack caught on tape. the veteran handler at steve irwin's zoo, mauled by a big cat in the middle of a show. trainers racing in to save him with hundreds looking on, in disbelief, as he is taken by helicopter to safety. teen craze warning. the high-stakes, thrill-seeking sport called parkour, ripped from the movies. now severely injuring a california boy. the new warning for parents right now. ♪ the story of my life and we're going in one direction.


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