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hollywood mourns debbie
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live where you live, this is abc7 news. god has a plan. husbands leave, the children stay. >> debbie reynolds in our abc7 studio telling us about our 60s-decade-long career, her famous relationships and likely her most important role, being a mom. tonight the legendary actress has passed on, just one day after the death of her daughter carrie fisher. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> and ama daetz. debbie reynolds suffered a massive stroke this afternoon while making funeral plans for her daughter. >> tonight family and fans are remembering the singer, the dancer, the actress, she could do it all. abc7 news reporter katie utehs is in the newsroom with how the bay area is paying tribute to her. >> dan, reynolds surviving son
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todd fisher said here final words were that she wanted to be with carrie. ♪ >> reporter: the stars shine less bright tonight. >> shock. i couldn't believe it. i felt so awful for the family. >> reporter: hollywood legend debbie reynolds died today at 84. heather kitchen explains the magnitude of the loss. >> we always stand on the shoulders of those who come before us, and i feel like we all do with debbie reynolds and with carrie. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: reynolds shot to stardom in "singing in the rain" at age 19. and went gold with a song from can the tammy and the bachelor." her personal life, often as dramatic as her role. husband eddie fisher left her for elizabeth taylor. and two other husbands plundered her riches. >> the husbands leave, the
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children stay. >> reporter: she joked about her personal life in 2007. >> i do a fun act, a variety act. crazy. i'm just so delighted that i'm still alive. >> reporter: reoccurring tv roles kept her in the limelight well into her twilight years. >> look, no panty line, because -- no panties. >> people in the entertainment world who are steadfastly there and we think they're always going to be there, and it's reminder that it's just a fleeting moment. >> reporter: carrie fisher candidly wrote about reynolds in her book, the princess dirist, the documentary, bright lights, about their relationship. it's set for release next year. in san francisco, katie utehs, abc7 news. >> todd fisher released a statement, saying, quote, the only good thing about this is
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that my mom wanted to be with my sister. >> in hollywood tonight, fans have left behind a memorial. candles, flowers, a mini oscar and an umbrella in honor of her classic, "singing in the rain." mia pharaoh tweeted, she could sing, dance, and gave dazzling performances. rip, doesn't sound right for her or carrie. albert brooks, tweeted, debbie reynolds, a legend and my movie mom. i can't believe this happened one day after carrie. and the academy tweeted, anactress, a trail blazer and a hero. moving on, another night of fridge end temperatures, parts of the bay area will be below freezing tonight. here's sandhya patel and live doppler 7. >> i hope you're used to the chill as you take a look from our emryville camera at a
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festive emryville marina. skies are clear, and that's part of the reason why it's getting chilly in some parts. 44 for san jose. half moon bay, 50s right now. looking here at san francisco, some of the coldest spots, inland valleys. compared to 24 hours ago, as hard as it may seem to believe here, we're running higher. just about everyone running warmer than 24 hours ago. about seven degrees warmer in san francisco and half moon bay. live doppler 7 is showing you the storm track for the time being is going well to the north of us. but that's going to change. we have some cold storms coming our way. if you think it's cold right now, wait until you see what's coming. find out if the showers will dampen your 2016 and begin your 2017 coming up. ama? >> thanks so much. today the exfiancee of ray mcdonald released graphic cell
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phone video that she says proves she was a victim of domestic violence. >> stop! stop! >> abc7 news reporter katie marzullo with the details. >> reporter: ray mcdonald hasn't been a 49er in two years. it was his behavior off the field that led to his removal from the team in 2014. the video and photos made public today are part of a custody dispute between mcdonald and the mother of his son. >> get away from me! get away from me. what are you doing? >> reporter: ray mcdonald's ex-fiancee kendra scott recorded this video. her attorney said he let himself into scott's apartment, and he confronted her as she held her 2-month-old son. >> amary is in my arms, why are you doing this?
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>> reporter: she says the woman in the video is in a state of fear. >> i hear a woman who is trying to get away from a situation. i hear someone who really is looking for a means out in that moment. >> reporter: the video ends with a commotion, mcdonald allegedly lunging at scott. >> stop! stop! >> unfortunately, it's a horrific video. i think the public can actually get a taste of what survivors are actually going through. >> scott's attorney has also released these photos, showing bruises on her client's face. she's filing an emergency request to stop mcdonald from seeing his son, now 20 months old. in addition to the accusations of domestic violence, she said mcdonald's dogs are dangerous. city records show two incidents of them biting people. an attempt to reach mcdonald at his san jose home was unsuccessful. in santa clara, katie marzullo, abc7 news. new at 11:00, police in oakland want to know who shot
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and killed a woman, at 21st and market street. this is the 81st homicide. there were 89 killings last year. police and crimestoppers are offering a reward for any information leading to the killer in this case. new at 11:00, a driver died in a crash in concord tonight, around 8:00 at port chicago highway. investigators say the driver was speeding, lost control, and overturned. the driver was ejected. it clipped at least one other vehicle during the accident. things got heated in an oakland courtroom today as the wife of a man stabbed to death % in a target store came face to face with the two brothers accused of the killing. >> abc's laura anthony has the message griffin's wife has for her husband's accused killers. >> these are two families touched deeply by one tragedy.
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both distraught but with different viewpoints. the wife of tyrone griffin jr had choice words for the two brothers charged with stabbing griffin to death in a hayward target on christmas eve. >> i don't know if they were high or what. like how you could do something like that? you took his life, right in front of his child. >> but the father of the two brothers claimed they acted in self-defense. >> they were attacked. they're portraying them as thugs or something going into the store, and it's not even like that. you know, they're always home with their family. >> reporter: 22-year-old franchy archuleta and his 25-year-old brother jesse were arrested friday night near the target. >> the suspects after the stabbing fled the scene, fled the store, and they ran nearby and they were hiding. >> he was trying to talk to them about the curse music they were
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playing. >> reporter: tommy davis was with griffin and his two youngest children. she told us they stabbed him after he told them to turn down their music. but the archuleta sister told us, her brothers claim it was self-defense. and griffin was stabbed only after he hit one of them in the head with a bottle. >> i wish i could say sorry to them. sorry doesn't bring someone back. but it was just an altercation that went wrong. my brothers felt threatened. >> the archuleta brothers will be back in court. both are held without bail. in oakland, laura anthony, abc7 news. all right, imagine finding out you're out of a job through a text message. >> that's what happened to employees of a popular pay area restaurant chain. still ahead, the unanswered questions they have tonight. and first it was fire, now thieves. the bay area family that can't seem to catch a break this christmas season. and later, a digital delicacy. fine dining in the bay
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road.
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healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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we have breaking news. a driver hit and killed a pedestrian in san francisco tonight. the person was walking through an intersection near cesar chavez and bay shore boulevard. drivers are asked to stay away from the area because it's closed for the investigation. imagine finding out you don't have a job the day after christmas and by text message. that's what happened to employees af pasta pomo doro. >> they've shuttered all 15 of its bay area lokedzs. we're live in san bruno with the story. >> reporter: employees at this san bruno location just had a holiday party. there was secret santa, even new
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hires, things that made them think the company was doing well. now they have to look for a new job. it's lights out at all pasta pomo doro bay area restaurants. two signs say it's closed, another one is an i vikz notice. >> i just wish whi was able to leave, instead of getting a text saying you don't have a job anymore. >> reporter: brandon never saw this coming. >> you just spent money on excessive presents and now you don't have a way to get more income. it's messed up. i 2350 i feel like they should have given us two weeks' notice. >> reporter: for customers, it's a huge loss. >> people were speculating about it. >> yeah, it's pretty affordable. they have specials. it's shocking that it's closed. >> reporter: some employees have blasted the restaurant on social
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media for the way things were handled. but a manager said, quote, a business is a business, and sometimes they fail. but i'm not making a big deal about it and posting on twitter. i'm still waiting on a check myself. >> my friend, her mother and brother also worked there. in one day, three of the jobs in the household, gone. >> reporter: friday they were hoping to pick up their last check and they're hoping there will be no more surprises. in concord, a family lost even more than their home in a fire. the fire at the condo complex consumed nearly everything that jennifer ballard owned and gave her 5-year-old daughter smoke inhalation. while she was in the hospital with her daughter, someone broke into their storage shed taking their tools and swiped her laptop, and then accessed her bank account.
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>> not just take it, but they got into it and used my account numbers and my visa online to make purchases of their own. >> ruthless. if you can help, there's a go fund me account set up for six of the families affected by this fire. it's on our website, abc7 in someone, a nan francisco menorah has arrived to replace one that was stolen. a man who makes them heard about the one that was stolen on sunday and he shipped one here as a gift. the wooden menorah will be taking to washington square park for the final night of hanukkah. >> excellent. on to the weather forecast. >> sandhya has the latest. >> it's feeling like the holidays around here. definitely the chill is here and we'll hang on to it. it's only going to get colder. but here's the all-important, what everyone's waiting for. noon time, mostly cloudy.
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lingering clouds at 4:00 p.m. chill settles in at 8:00 on new year's eve. and it's going to be a cold start to 2017. the temperatures will be plunging as you ring in the new year. live doppler 7 right now, showing you clear skies. part of the reason why it's getting chilly in our inland valleys. right around the coast, look at the temperatures, in the 50s. it's almost 60 degrees in half moon bay. so the temperature actually went up because of the wind direction. here's a look at tomorrow morning. you'll stay really on the cool side, around the coast and bay. coldest spots where you may see patchy fog, inland. temperatures will be at or below freezing. east bay hills camera with a lovely view as we look clearly across the bay here, visibility is no problem tonight. mild afternoons through friday. chillier conditions for the holiday weekend, with a chance of showers saturday and monday. so we have two opportunities. afternoon highs tomorrow are going to bounce back pretty
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nicely. today, upper 50s to low 60s. we'll do another round of it. some of you may come up a few degrees. nothing but sunshine for your thursday afternoon. friday we start to see a little more cloud cover as the system to the southwest spins up the clouds and brings in the potential for a sprinkle or two around monterey. if you're traveling, rain showers in southern california with snow in the mountains for friday afternoon and evening. a light system for saturday and sunday. both ones, cold showers, at least a chance and snow levels 2 to 3,000 feet. one model hinting that it will drop down to a hundred feet. less than a quarter inch of rain expected. the systems are dragging down arctic air. a few showers. not a lot. 8:00 a.m., still some showers and the pink is a mix of rain and snow at 9:00 a.m. over mt.
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hamilton. we'll be tracking the potential for some wintry conditions in the bay area. by saturday afternooni, don't worry, it's dry. snow showers expected between saturday and monday. and windy conditions in the sierra nevadas. so if you're heading up there to celebrate new year's eve, keep that in mind. monday, cold air settles in. 20s showing up. tuesday, still pretty cold. could be the coldest air of the winter season. on wednesday, the temperatures moderate a little bit. you can use your news app to keep track of conditions. upper 50s to low 60s tomorrow. mild conditions on friday, even though the clouds come in, and then it's just much cooler over the weekend, with only 50s. chance of showers saturday morning. you ring in the new year. cold start to 2017, but dry. and then another possibility of
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showers on monday. the biggest thing i want to warn you is monday through wednesday. may be looking
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>> fine dining is going hi-tech. a san francisco restaurant is now serving food on ipads. check out this digital delicacy at quints. a local chef tweeted this photo. the dish is called a dog in search of gold and features white truffle croakets. quints says it's the first restaurant to do this. chefs in the restaurant started serving food on ipads last year. isn't that wild? >> call me old-fashioned. [ laughter ] >> i know, i know. >> does that satisfy your sports
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appetite? a little college football and a curry-flafrd warriors victory. a record-setting performance tonight at the foster farms bowl in santa clara. and the warriors try not to get a
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river rock casino. the warriors came out tonight, trying to erase a frustrating loss out of their mouth. out to oracle. golden state was on fire early on. curry dishes to durant for the three. doves led by 25 after one. nine second-quarter turnovers led to 20 toronto points. demar derozan to the hoop.
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and terrence ross hitting from beyond the arc. the lead was down to just five. the warriors regroup. green to durant for a three. golden state led by 17 at half-time. third quarter now, bounce pass. demarre carroll cuts the lead back to five. durant delivers, k.d., six blocks, 17 points and 22 rebounds. warriors win. unbeaten ucla opened play at oregon. under 20 to play, the lead is cut to one. with time running out, dylan brooks comes through with another trey. oregon stunned them, 89-87. they've won 34 straight at home. the college football bowl
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season came to the bay area with indiana and utah squaring off in the foster farms bowl at levi's stadium. this is what they were playing for. despite a bad cold, utah's joe williams set a record with 222 yards rushing. the utes led 10-7 after one quarter. the hoosiers go in front as divine redding gets into the end zone. with 1:20 left, andy phillips kicks his fourth field goal of the night, a 27-yarder, utah beats indiana, 26-24, the utes have won 14 of their last 15 bowl games. >> prepared last the last few weeks. i had to go out there bike jordan did in '97. just leave it all out there. >> feels good to be back in the city i was born in. i'm excited to be back. i have family out here, be out here with my family. i should be able to win this with these guys, it's beyond
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words. >> with a chance to claim the afc west title and a first-round bye, the raiders are hoping matt mcgloin will lead them to victory on sunday. he's looking forward to taking on the broncos. >> this is the position you want to be in. this is why you spend so much time, you know, trying to master your craft and why you put so much time in the weight room, the film room and practices, for games like this, for moments like this. >> this abc7 sports report has
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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that's our report. we appreciate your time.
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from all of us, thank you for joining us and garth brooks is on "jimmy kimmel live!." >> we'll see you tomorrow. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, casey affleck. from "dancing with the stars," laurie hernandez. judge james and music from garth brooks. and now, while we're at it, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome. thank you. hi, everybody, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. it's very, very sweet. i hate to start with bad news but that's the way it has to be


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