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because together, we thrive. ♪ live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. at least three people are hurt after a wrong way driver crashes into several cars on the bay bridge. it caused a mess, traffic heading to the east bay was stopped for more than an hour. good evening, live pictures for you now. this is a live look at the bay bridge from our emoriville camera. you can see there is heavy traffic but at least it is moving at this hour. another better angle, you can see the drivers moving there. lisa a minute gulezian as more. >> reporter: you can see from the shots right behind me, things are moving from a pretty
good pace right now, this is video as we crossed the westbound lanes about an hour ago. at the time three lanes from the eastbound side were open and the two far left lanes were blocked. a torn-up car was one of four involved in the pile-up. three people suffered minor injuries, one hurt was the woman police believe caused this whole thing. apparently she was driving westbound but in the eastbound lanes driving more than a mile before police say she started to crash into other drivers. >> wrong-way drivers are more common than people realize. but typically what happens is the driver realizes their mistake, stops, and then corrects the error. it is very rare in these situations where the driver continues driving. >> reporter: and at one point, the lane was completely shut down to allow the emergency
crews to access the site. back here live now the suspect in the meantime is being treated at the hospital. and she has been arrested for driving under the influence. abc 7 news. very dramatic video, thank you. and now from san francisco with more on the traffic mess. >> reporter: yeah, we have been watching this traffic mess for you -- now for about the last couple of hours. it did start to move a bit. but at the worst point the lower deck of the bay bridge was basically a parking lot. some drivers lost their patience and decided to back their way off the ramp and onto surface streets. we saw one person also decide to drive off, and nearly cause a crash. but for the most part people did slowly and patiently way inch their way off onto the bridge. how long have you been in? >> about 45 minutes.
>> reporter: have you heard why? >> three lanes were blocked. >> why? >> head-on collision. >> we came from all the way from the other end of mission and all the freeway was backed up the whole way, oh, my god! >> reporter: yeah, traffic was pretty dramatic. when chp did clear the lanes we quickly noticed that cars began to move just a bit faster. but coming back now live as you can see right there on the lower deck of traffic heading onto the bay bridge more than two hours after this wrong-way driver crashed. the lower deck of traffic is crawling along, going at a decent pace. all this traffic backed up on surface levels that will take a bit of time to clear out still. reporting live. some of our colleagues here are not looking forward to their drive home tonight. take a look, you can see how slow traffic is, with the drive
time traffic map. all the roads in red moving extremely slowly right now. our coverage of the backup on the bay bridge continues on line and on twitter at nbc 7 bay area. and two men in washington state were released from captivity just arrived in the united states a short while ago, kenneth bae from seattle and matthew miller were released. bae had been detained for two years. miller, since april. >> reporter: miller and bae, touching down on u.s. soil saturday night. >> thank you all for supporting me and lifting me up. and not for getting me. >> i appreciate -- they didñi a great job on what was obviously a challenging mission. >> reporter: that mission, to bring home kenneth bae and matthew miller after being held
in north korea. bae, for two years, miller, seven months. on saturday, bae's sister expressed her gratitude saying i am thrilled to imagine hugging my brother soon. he will not have to spend another day at a labor camp. he can now recover from this imprisonment and look forward to his wife, kid and the rest of his life. our celebration this year will be one we'll never forget. they followed the release of jeffrey fowle, who was accused of leaving a bible in a club. fowle spoke back in august. >> i apologize to the people in government and the united states for causing a headache. >> reporter: bae, from a seattle, washington suburb was detained in 2012 while leading a tour group to a north korea economic zone. he was sentenced to hard labor for alleged illegal activities.
miller was serving a six-year jail term on charges of espionage after he allegedly ripped his tour visa and demanded asylum. abc news, new york. right now, we're following new details following a missing student from san jose. israel legardo is one of four students who disappeared in mexico. mexican authorities found badly burned human remains in a river near lagardo's school, the remains are so badly burned they may be difficult to identify. prosecutors say mexican drug gangs admitted to the crime. lagardo's father told abc 7 he lost faith in the mexican government and fears for his safety. new at 11:00, a man and two children found dead in a home in reno tonight. at 4:30, police arrived to find
the bodies in the homes. police are not looking for the suspect. they believe this is a murder-suicide. an accident at the san francisco zoo has claimed the life of its youngest guerilla. she died yesterday as the zoo staff was basically putting the animals away for the night. abc 7 news reporter has. >> reporter: for for some families, the guerillas were what they wanted to see first. >> my daughter was all excited about going to see the guerillas. we didn't see any. >> reporter: last night, kabeba was put in her sleeping area. the young guerilla darted out and was crushed and killed. kebeba was a rare star, a birth in captivity. this summer, they treated her to her birthday, giving fruit and other goodies. this is the latest string
involving san francisco zoo animals. in 2011, a squirrel monkey named banana sam went missing. a spokesperson said he was taken from his enclosure, but returned a couple of weeks later. in 2007, a tiger named tatiana escaped her enclosure. the cat killed one spectator and injured two others, zoo officials say this type of accident is extremely rare and the zoo wishes to assure that all animal protocol at the facility is specifically designed with animal safety as the top priority. just before closing time, zoo visitors said they were able to see the guerillas. >> the guerilla habitat was open. >> and they're in there. >> and they're doing their thing, their guerilla stuff. >> reporter: but they said no signs were up mentioning what happened. so administrators say they're still investigating. in san francisco, abc 7 news. and developing news, friends and co-workers of a software engineer who vanished on
halloween continue to search for him with the help of high tech tools. 26-year-old dan ha was last seen in san francisco leaving his apartment at fourth and brannon, his friends have created a facebook page and website and raised money to bring his parents from canada. his parents joined the search today. let's look at the forecast now, a warm november day today and it is clear out tonight. abc 7 news with more check on the weather and live doppler 7 hd. and katie, we're still mild, temperatures in the 60s. we're seeing issues with visibilities. looking at the airport, down to a mile, san carlos down to only a 16th of a mile. the golden gate bridge showing you the patchy fog overnight, more for sunday, tracking chances of rain, the details of the accu weather forecast. still to come at 11:00.
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. traffic is getting back up to speed right now after an injury accident on the bay bridge, a live picture for you here. eastbound lanes were closed for about an hour, police say a wrong-way driver caused the wreck and the officers have arrested her on suspicion of dwi. a muddy mess that wasted tens of thousands of gallons of
water, that was discovered after a water main break overnight. abc reporter has more. >> reporter: it is a massive job repairing a giant 36-inch water transmission pipe. the main broke, sending thousands of gallons of water down first street, a major line that moves water into the treatment plants into the neighborhood. >> we're losing a lot of water. >> reporter: at one point, 200 customers were without water all morning into the afternoon including everyone in this apartment complex. >> you want to go do your showers and morning events you can't do it because there is no water. >> reporter: the city insists the main broke overnight and crews started to work at 6:00 a.m. but this photo was taken at 8:00 a.m. and no crew was in sight. some homeowners are frustrated by what seems like a lot of water being wasted. >> going into the storm drain,
which is going back into the ocean. so instead of people having drinks and baths that is where it is headed. it is a shame. >> reporter: the city said that an earthquake may be responsible for the break. >> considering the shake-up we had in the water main and the august 21st earthquake, we continue to have multiple leaks since that. >> the city of napa set up this emergency water filling station for residents to use just in case service is interrupted while they repair it. in napa, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. and streets are back to normal in downtown san jose after the massive gas leak. a construction crew pierced a pipe near santa clara street sending gas going up into the air. election officials are expect e to continue to count ballots.
sam liccardo is still leading dave cortese, there are fewer than 15,000 votes to cote. liccardo has claimed victory. and today, a response on the raiders owner mike davis moving the team to texas. >> mike always keeps his options open, but mark would also have to get permission from the other owners and i don't think the owner of the dallas cowboy is really interested in having another team in texas. >> reporter: the delegation from san antonio met with davis yesterday to discuss the possible move. the raiders' lease at the coliseum ends after this season. a move to san antonio could be just temporary. the city could host the raiders until a permanent home is built in oakland or another city. certainly been a sweet run for the giants. and brandon belt has been a big part of it. he is the first baseman for the two world series wins.
today, fans got a little face time with belt. belt signed autographs and posed for pictures. fans lined up and down the block for the opportunity. belt was injured most of the season but still got six hits with the world series and is expected to be back with the team next year. all right, let's talk to drew tuma with the forecast. and katie, we're talking about a very mild period setting the stage to the weekend. live doppler, we'll take you outside earlier from the east bay hills camera, capturing a gorgeous sunset at 5:00 p.m. what a pretty picture, just a few high clouds out there. but otherwise, total sunshine throughout the bay area. as we look outside right now a bit of fog out there with the golden gate showing you patchy areas of fog, sticking with you. so if you're up early, be aware right around the bay and around
the coast we could produce visibility. take a look at highs, san jose got to 65 or i should say 75 degrees today. ten better than normal. oakland downtown with a new record high of 85 degrees, beating the old record. san francisco, napa and concord, 11 degrees better than normal, all in the mid-to-upper 70s, expect more of the same for sunday afternoon. temperatures right now at 65 in san francisco. that is where we should be in the afternoon this time of year, where we sit at 11:19. 56 in san mateo, 57 in concord. and had been firmly anchored right off the coast with clear skies very mild temperatures. while we're enjoying the warmth and the sunshine the upper midwest is preparing for the first major snowstorm of the season. take a look, watches and warnings out for several states. in minneapolis, a big city about to get dumped on. take a look, north of the city
they could see as much as a foot of snow or even more by monday evening. generally three to six, farther south. nonetheless a very active period in the next 48 hours, back here at home. take a look, tons of sunshine about the bay area tomorrow, warm temperatures again, some ten to 15 degrees above normal for the next 24 hours, highs for sunday, here we go, lots of sunshine, 73 for san francisco, 80 for concord, 77 the high in fremont. 77 the high in san jose. and fairfield, santa rosa getting us to 80 degrees by the afternoon. here is the accu weather forecast, you notice some early clouds along the coast with the patchy dense fog, sunshine by the afternoon, monday, still more of the same, tuesday looking great. a gradual cooldown leading to increasing clouds on wednesday as the next front approaches. does look like we could see rain on thursday but the best bet
would be in the north bay looking light right now. less than a quarter of an inch, still rain in the forecast, did news there. wish we could get more so we'll update it for you for the next couple of days. more good news for the warriors? >> that is right, steph put the >> that is right, steph put the warriors and the doctor saw a i weblemish on my cheek.ter, he told me it was skin cancer. i was in shock. i wasn't covered with any health insurance. but once i got covered through covered california, i was able to go get the surgery that i needed. and it was a lifesaver. ♪ s♪ in the lane,ng, arsnow is glistenin' ♪ ♪ a beautiful sight, we're happy tonight ♪
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second quarter, steps up, buries the three, rockets up by eight at the half. third quarter, clay thompson seeing andre iguodala. great sequence, clay drives through the lane, hits the layup. then houston gets sloppy with the lazy in-bound pass, steph has 34 points, isaiah canon drills the three overclay. steph in front, hard and fast, coast to coast, despite 26 turnovers, they beat the rockets 98-93. the only unbeaten team left in the nba. seven games and 11 nights all over the country a grand total of 793 miles starting in dallas. nothing better than seats right on the glass. first period, second goal of the night. past alex stalock, in the
second, stars on the power play. in front of the net, deflects it. sta again, he doesn't miss, second hat trick of the season 3-1, sharks, unanswered, logan couture, for brent burns, tomas hertl, bounces off the skate, right to burns who buries it. sharks come from behind to take a 4-3 lead, stalock, strong to the finish, denies the goal, 36 saves for stalock, sharks win, 5-3. and we'll take a look, san jose state, fresno state, third-ranked auburn probably out of th
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jose state and fresno state, both only three wins, a track meet down in fresno, spartans going to work on a foggy night. tyler irvin, gone, 51-yard touchdown game tied at seven, joe gray through the hands of irvin, into the hands of wilson, three minutes of the quarter, 18 yards here to josh harper, great throwing catch. spartans make a comeback, and driving. charles washington picks off joe gray. game over, san jose state loses their third straight, following two and three in the mountain west. 38-24. the final. oregon and utah, and salt lake city, utah already up 7-0, first play of the second quarter, wilson, a wide-open man. touchdown, he drops the ball before he gets into the end
zone. his teammate fumbles it. he takes it the other way for 100-yard touchdown, are you kidding. did he do that? instead of 14-0, game tied at 7, utah will never recover, oregon wins 51-27, moving up to number three with auburn's loss to texas a&m. speaking of which, third-ranked auburn, lining up for the field goal, blocks. scooped up. everett returns 65 yards, ten-point swing, auburn battles back with a minute left. this communication, the aggies jump on it, secure the upset. texas a&m wins it. this is the abc 7 sports report brought to you by ebay. later in this news cast, stick around, time for banter, i'm saving my voice. >> i wouldn't ask any questions.
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live from the kgo broadcast center this is abc 7 news. good evening, i'm katie marzullo. in tonight's headlines, three people are injured tonight after a driver went the wrong way on the bay bridge happening three hours ago in the eastbound lanes near the tower. a witness says the driver didn't have their highlights on. that driver has been arrested on suspicion of dui. we have a live picture right now, take a look from the emo emoriville camera, the traffic is moving now, it was not that case a while ago but is moving now as the bull packup clears u after the accident. traffic came to a stop after the eastbound lanes were closed. but all lanes reopened about an hour ago. a baby guerilla died in an
accident at the san francisco zoo. yesterday one-year-old kabibe was being put away for the night when she suddenly darted towards the hydraulic door and was crashed. the zoo spokesperson said animal safety is a priority. and preparations are under way for the installation of a center barrier on the golden gate bridge, here now is an artist rendering of what the new median barrier will look like. abc 7 news reporter alyssa harrington has more. >> reporter: this is what it looks like in the driving lane of the golden gate bridge, the only thing that separates drivers are the plastic carts, leaving little room for error. >> when you see the highlights coming your direction it gets a little strange. >> reporter: this is what the same drive should look like early next year. this same photo provided by the golden gate district is scheduled to be placed here.
until then? construction crews will be doing necessary prep work. basically, the road is getting smoothed out and also being made stronger. >> reporter: golden gate bridge spokesperson says that drivers can expect some backup this weekend. two lanes in each direction were closed overnight into the late morning and will be closed again tonight. >> approaching the bridge there is definitely a lot of congestion. >> reporter: part of the concrete barrier near alexander avenue has been removed. the new one will be much thinner, only 12 inches wide. mark says he will travel if it means a safer commute. >> that always represents suicide alley, just look at the number of deaths through the year. >> reporter: 36 people have died in collisions on the golden gate since 1970. this video is from an accident back from december of 2012. they will close the bridge the
weekend of january tenth and 11. in san francisco, alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. and ac transit to finish the bus rapid transit. the line promises faster service between downtown oakland and the san leandro service station, they will have their own lane separated from traffic. the $81 million project should be finished by late 2017. and uc berkeley to get must be funding for more years. not everybody is satisfied. student activists held a small rally today. budget concerns had officials looking into private funding to continue operating the facility. but after thousands signed the petition the university has renewed public funding. >> it is not a money-making machine. the goal of the regents, to privatize the university. >> the uc observatory will get
public funding until june of 2019. the president's nominee for attorney general could be the first african-american woman to hold the post. president obama has picked loretta lynch as attorney general to replace eric holder. she has prosecuted some of the toughest terrorist and civil rights cases in the country. >> she has spent years in the trenches, fighting cyber crime and defending civil rights. >> the department of justice is the only cabinet department named for an ideal. and i will work every day to safeguard our citizens, our liberties, our rights and this great nation which has given so much to me and my family. >> confirmation hearings are expected to begin in january. germany is marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall this weekend.
a nine and a half long chain is there. the balloons will be released tomorrow at the same time in 1989 a senior government official set off the chain of events that brought down the berlin wall. a florida teenager has organized a record-breaking food drive. in just 24 hours, 16-year-old zach bonner collected more than 6,000 pounds of non-perishable foods. that beatsñr the old record by thousands of pounds. >> that brings people together over the last 24 hours to break the world record. it is absolutely amazing. >> reporter: when bonner was 7 years old he formed a foundation to help the nation's homeless children. he has walked 4200 miles to raise awareness. this is a great opportunity for us to ask you to give where you live. join abc 7 in helping feed the
hungry this holiday season. text the word "feed" to 80077 to make a $10 donation to bay area food banks. another sign of thanksgiving is just around the corner. preparations under way for the annual macy's thanksgiving parade. they took part in a dress rehearsal today. the flight teams were out testing the balloons ahead of their debut. still to come, millions are pouring in and people all over the world are drinking it up. why everybody is buzzing about the big booze boom. and the world from inside the bubble. i'm abc 7 meteorologist drew tuma, one more day of this air before the temperatures come do
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covering los alto, petaluma and all the bay area, this is abc 7 news. the bay area is overflowing with innovation and not just in technology. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom found out with the local economy now on the rebound some folks have been pouring their extra cash into another industry in the east bay. >> reporter: it is that time of year when grapes are crushed and pressed into the beginnings of wine. >> at this stage the wine is very harsh. and somewhat bitter.
>> reporter: steve and mary schafer run this place. >> owner, winemaker, accountant, janitor. >> reporter: a family business you might find in napa or sonoma, but urban legends are in oakland. >> we actually think being in that food scene gives us an edge. >> reporter: the wines are inspired by local neighborhoods. urban legends springing up in the east bay. >> it is non-traditional wine country but there is really, really top flight people making wine here. >> reporter: despite every appearance of being the next big thing making wine in the city is not actually a new thing. in fact it is an old idea. >> this is really the old school way of making wine, up until prohibition 50% of the wine was made here in the east bay for the entire state of california. >> reporter: the reason was simple. hauling grapes into the city is easy, transporting finished
bottles is tough, so they make the wine there and meet the customers in the process. but it doesn't end with wine. >> it is perfect, man, like exactly what i want it to taste like. >> reporter: over in berkeley, the rare barrel makes one kind of beer, the sour kind. >> the best way to describe it, forget what you think you know about beer. >> reporter: aged in barrels for about a year it is another unconventional piece of the renaissance. the location is no accident. sour beer is made with the same bacteria cultures as sour dough bread, bacteria that love the fog. >> in the summer never gets too hot. in the winter never gets too cold. >> reporter: the results? >> the acidic, like a fine red wine, tart, like a handful of strawberries. >> reporter: with two gold medals, now they can barely keep it on the shelves. >> it is very cool, a surprise. >> reporter: in alameda, you will find more bottles of barrels, these are for whiskey,
rum and now it is st. george spirits. >> it only lasts in the bottle for so long. we've made products here that can potentially out live every one of us. >> reporter: they're probably best known for hangar one, but st. george doesn't make the hangar one vodka anymore, they sold it to a company moving next door, leaving room for brave new experiments. >> there are a lot of crazy things here, we have distilled crab and sea weed. >> reporter: and every so often something works. >> it is all great chilies. >> reporter: their newest product? green chili vodka. >> we're looking for something different, and they were much more educated than before. >> reporter: just the crazy idea that they may be craving.
>> thirsty. highlighting just three east bay beverage makers but there are dozens more. we have a list on our website at abc7 news.com. and go-pro cameras can go just about anywhere, nasa submerged the camera in water normally used for drinking. they were exploring water surface tension and microgravity and came up with this unique camera perspective. very cool. more cool video out of texas. take a look, a car's dash cam caught a meteor tonight in san antonio. now, if you're looking closely the camera's time is off because of the recent daylight saving time change. very rare when you can see it clearly on camera. let's talk to drew on what is happening here on earth. >> we're tracking generally clear skies, with fog and dense
fog in some spots. take a look, san carlos, down to 1/16th of a mile visibility. that is basically pea soup kind of fog. this fog will be around throughout the mid-morning hours. we have no wind to mix up the atmosphere. early tomorrow, fog will be an issue, chilly, 39 in minneapolis, 53 in chicago, snow on the way tomorrow evening, 50s along the coast, new england, 66 in atlanta, 70 in new orleans. back in the golden state, 79, 90 for palm springs, san diego gets to 76 degrees, in the bay area, plenty of sunshine, the one exception right along the coast with fog, 73 for san francisco, 78 for vallejo, 85 for concord. 78 for san jose. and thursday, we'll track the chance of light showers and temperatures much cooler only in the 60s. >> some of us in the news room we're worrying about the lack of
winter. >> and now you're going to get it. and let's see how you feel about thursday's cold temperatures. >> all right, i'll try not to complain, thank you, drew. do you believe me? >> no. >> okay. >> a little nfl, raiders look follow the first win tomorrow in the season against peyton manning. the niners need a win in you'll connect withnte, your doctor any time, anywhere. another way care and coverage together makes life easier.
. this abc 7 sports report is brought to you by ebay. well, katie wants to know if the 49ers will make the playoffs, well if they are going to they need two big wins starting tomorrow in new orleans. who can forget the last time these two teams faced off. niners, winning in the fourth, drew brees, forced a fumble, niners recover. personal foul hit to the head there. allowing them to kick the game-tying field goal eventually winning the game, the niners were not happy with the call and will remember that play tomorrow. always two sides of the story. drew brees sees it a little differently. >> from our perspective, the game went back and forth. there were breaks on our sides, bottom line is, we were down. we were down six points in the fourth quarter. we found a way on two possessions to get points and win the game. >> meanwhile, the 0 and 8 raiders have their work cut out
for them. peyton manning visit the black hole. denver comes in as a 12-point favorite against the raiders, the team that lost 4 and 0, broncos coming off a loss at new england against tom brady and the patriots. narrow losses to the patriots, seahawks and chargers, looking for the elusive win, peyton manning says he is not taking them lightly. >> i really don't look at their record, you study the defense, i study it. really active, creates a lot of plays. i've seen teams make plays late in the fourth quarter to win the game. i don't really look at that. what i see on film there is a lot of new players compared to last year. so i think you really have to get to know them this year. >> all right, pac-12 action, fourth-ranked oregon, utah, travis wilson wide open, clay, touchdown, drops the ball before
he gets into the end zone. premature celebration. duck's joe walker, the other way for a 100-yard touchdown, are you kidding me? can you do that. 14-0, game tied at seven, they never recover, oregon wins, 51-27. and meanwhile, loss to texas a&m. aggies up 27-17 at the half. auburn lines up at the field goal, it is blocked. scooped up by everett. returns 65 yards for a touchdown, ten-point swing auburn fights back with a minute left. miscommunication. the center snaps the ball, the aggies jump on it, secure the upset as texas a&m wins it 41-38. lsu hosting fifth-ranked alabama sunday night at tigers stadium. is there a better setting in college football? lsu lines up, tigers up three,
kicks the kick-off out of bounds, bama, drives it left. first possession, bama takes the lead. deandrew white, fourth and ten, runs around, looks for the open man, the hail mary falls incomplete and alabama escapes with a 20-13 victory. tenth ranked notre dame, hosted by arizona state first quarter after a turnover. devils knocking at the door. strong, he is good. asu goes up 10-3, devils up 17-3 in the second, golson passes the tip, randall, this one is going the other way, 59-yard, route is on. three minutes later, 24-3, sun devils. unloads a 43-yard to smith. touchdown, arizona state. sun devils hold off the irish
with a 55-31 victory, this is abc 7 sports report, top five tomorrow, mississippi state, fsu, alabama, and tcu, and of course the top four will play for the national championship. >> that is going to do it for tonight. abc 7 news continues tomorrow morning at 5:00. i'm katie marzullo, for shu and drew, thank you for joining us. and the news does continue now on line on twitter and facebook and all the mobile devices with the abc 7 news app. good night.