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looiive, where you live, th is abc news. isn't this a welcome sight after a bone dry december. you can barely see the toll plaza because of all the rain drops. and looking live, doppler 7, you can see the green and you better get used to it. the rain could stick around the rest of the week. good evening. >> well, you probably noticed the rain tonight, people had to break out of the umbrella umbre >> and a live look in san francisco, where the wet weather caused flight delays. >> yeah, after weeks of waiting. it's finally here. and live doppler 7 is all lit up tonight. we are tracking rain. let's go to street level where we are seeing pockets of moderate rain around fairfield, v vacvville area, and we head in to the east bay, lighter
rainfall, concord boulevard and from the san francisco peninsula and all the way to palo alto. you will notice around 280, it's wet out there. and in the south bay, lighter showers right now. santa clara, and san jose, it was not like that earlier, we had an isolated thunderstorm that passed through and had numerous reports on twitter and facebook of hearing the thunder and seeing the lightning. a current system, level one. and tonight through thursday, light to moderate rain, scattered showers and light wind. live doppler 7 are tracking the next storm that is right here and it's headed our way on our storm impact scale, look at all the level ones and twos. out of the next seven days, we have five days taken with the storm impact scale. a level 2 storm coming your way tuesday. we will talk about it coming up. all right, a lot of green
out there. well, amp -- well, abc 7 news was in san had ho, you cannot only see it, but hearer that the rain was coming down hard a couple of hours ago in san jose. >> and we were also in san francisco, where people had sand bags ready sglujust in case. that area is prone to heavy flooding. >> and check out a soaker. wet roads contributed to a driver hitting a main. >> you may need to be mindful of wet roads trg t s during the co. >> all right, moving on. developing news in oakland. a man is dead and another severely injured. >> a b.a.r.t. officer involved is unharmed. tonight, it's unclear who fired the deadly shot. we are live at west oakland
b.a.r.t. >> reporter: witnesses tell us that it appeared to have started with two men arguing across the street from the west b.a.r.t. station, out in front of the barber shop behind me. and they may have been fighting over a gun. shots startled commuters and a nearby b.a.r.t. officer. >> i was inside getting my b.a.r.t. ticket at about 4:40 and i heard gunshots and a bunch of people running in the station and screaming. >> reporter: witnesses that did not want to go on camera say that two men fought on every a gun at the corner of seventh and chestnut streets. they say a b.a.r.t. officer responded from the west oakland station after shots were fired. >> the b.a.r.t. officer was dressed in full police uniform. disdischarge their firearm. >> the oakland police are investigating because the shooting happened off of b.a.r.t. property. they are not saying who shot who. one man died, and another has serious injuries and the b.a.r.t. officer was unharmed. >> both individuals had gunshot
wounds, but we cannot confirm that this was from the discharge of the b.a.r.t. officer's firearm. >> reporter: police recovered a handgun on scene. >> it does not make sense, now someone's father or son is not coming home. >> there's a lot of witnesses that we are talking to and we are checking video surveillance. >> i'm sorry to hear that somebody died. >> reporter: police barricaded while they investigated and b.a.r.t. service was uninterrupted. >> be sure to download our app and tune in to abc 7 morning starting at 4:30 a.m. tomorrow. >> we have learned a kennel where a dog was injured could face fines or get shut down. the pictures are disturbing. the i-team looked in the bakt background of the north gate
kenls after the owners of shadow oh, said that he was tacked by another dog. the county did not have record of violations against the kennel, but said it does not have a current business license and could face fines or get shut down. the owners just want answers of what happened to their dog. >> he has over 18 puncture wounds. his ear and part of his head was r ripped off. >> a volunteer at the kennel said she witnessed the dog fight. she said shadow was of not mauled and was an aggressive pit bull. the owner has not returned phone calls. >> the san francisco examiner is cutting back on the print edition. it will only be published on wednesday, thursday and fridays. this approach will give it the ability to serve readers with more indepth and varied content. no staff will be laid off. >> new tonight, 18 people have let the city of san francisco
know they want to run for mayor. among them, dennis herera, he pulled papers today for the race. now, herrera is in a has three others. now, abc 7 news was at the twitter headquarters in san francisco tonight as protesters demanded that they ban president trump's account. the action is in response to the president's tweets last night, criticizing the north korean nuclear program. protesters is said that the ceo is enabling the president and endangering americans. twitter has repeatedly revised the terms of service over the past year regarding violent speech. >> san francisco assemblyman wants to outlaw the sale of gas c cars. >> we make our money off of minivans and trucks and many of
the biggest gas guzzlers there are. a cultural change needs to occur. we are trying nudge it along. >> the bill would require that every new car sold in california starting in 2040 would have to be b.a.r.t. commercial vehicles or cars owned by those just moving here would be exempt. and san jose state students are ahead of the curve on electric cars. they have built their own and you can see them at the auto show starting tomorrow. pretty impressive. welfare a preview now from san jose. >> under gray skies, san jose state university students prep the electric and solar powered cars for a special commute. >> one, two, three. >> six vehicles went from campus to the convention center. home of the silicon valley auto show. >> it's spartan racer nine. it's a formula race car. it can go to zero to 60 in about 2.8 seconds. >> a combustion engine car.
>> i have enjoyed the idea of electric cars when i was a kid and to go to college and work on this is one of my dreams. >> what the students are working on, could be the future. >> hybrid vehicles, electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. you will see from the mechanical engineering, you will see solar vk vehicles. >> it's great to be here to share our technology and know-how to the rest of the world. >> a world that is more than ready for the energy that the students bring to the table. pretty neat. well, top surfers from around the world are on alert tonight. that's because the window opened today for the mavericks challenge surfa contest.
for the first time women will compete. it was not held last year because the previous organizers filed for bankruptcy. this year's window will run through february 28th and they get 72 hours notice to get to the contest. stay with us, people in the bay area are forking over $16for a new type of bolth bottled wat. >> it makes no sense. >> it's not just that, next, why a leading food safety expert said it's just a matter of time until someone gets sick. >> and the warning from a major bank. check your account for duplicate charges. >> and on the rebound after a rough month. this little bear has a new home and on the road to recovery. >> first, here's a look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live, after abc 7 news at 11:00. jimmy? >> thanks, don't say we never did anything nice for youity. say your husband's
man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do. the doctors know what to do. so here's the plan. first off, we're going to give you all... (voice fading away) new at 11:00, untreated drinking water is gaining in popularity and the stores are running out. food sauft advocates are worried how the water can impact your health. we have the story from san francisco. at rainbow grocery in san francisco, customers are looking for untreated, raw water straight from the spring, they are out of luck. >> we are out of it. we have been out of it for a while. >> the only thing in stock, the dispensers that carry it for $60. they have been carrying it for six months. bottled and marketed by an oregon based company, live
water. >> the first time i drank it, a sense of peacefulness entered my being. >> the idea has caught on in silicon valley. they have been funding raw water start-ups and doug evans has been posting bit on social media. but a leading food safety expert said that it's just a matter of time before somebody gets sick. >> deer and bear and raccoons and what not, do not really think about where they are doing their business and it may well be in the extrestream, upstream where you are getting the water. >> reporter: the risks do not seem to discourage people from getting the water off the grid. not surprising for the workers at the rainbow. >> coconutity water surprised me. so at this point, i'm not surprised by anything. >> raw water becoming a hot commodity for now. >> capital one is scrambling to
fix a glitch tonight that is showing duplicate charges on customers accounts. it impacts debit card transactions. they say their tech team is all hands on deck to find the problem. but no word where a fix is coming. the customers will responsible for any charges. >> believe it or not, this, what you are seeing here is a year old bear cub, found in a dumpst dumpster. she was saufring from mange and an animal lover took her to the bear league where she got a week of emergency medical care that saved her life. and volunteers drove the cub to a licensed bear facility called the fund for animals wild life center in san diego county. she arrived on christmas eve and
eating well from what we hear. the team expects the little bear's fur will grow back and she will be released in to the wild. >> here is something that is not quite right. on the left, you can see snow coming down in charleston, south carolina, they got more than 5 inches and the palm trees are covered. on the right is the first california snow-pack survey of the year. officials say the after depth of snow, is just 1.3 inches. that is just 3% of the average amount. so, not enough snow here, and it's snowing in the deep south in charleston, south carolina. strange. >> mother nature is confused this season. >> that's right. let's talk about rain around here. >> and in the forecast for a bit? >> yeah, that is right, it's great to see the rain after weeks of no rain in december. january is one of the wet estimate months and -- one of
the wettest months, so far, we are off the o a good start. we are seeing rain, and you will notice the intensity is light to moderate as we go in to street level radar. around pleasanton, and west ruby hill drive, around caster valley and you are seeing lighter rain around oakland, piedmonte and it was coming down good earlier tont in the east bay. red wood city, woodside area. seeing scattered light showers and moderate in intensity is morgan hill, gilroy, cochrane road, seeing the rainfall. the rainfall totals have been interesting. look at the south bay in the peninsula, 3/4 of an inch in san jose. and concord picking up .43 and oakland, .6 of rain. tipped in favor of parts of the eat bay, the peninsula and the south bay. tonight through tomorrow, level
one system. and tomorrow, more showery, you will see sun breaks. visibility though tonight is poor. we have not only the rain but the fog as well down to one mile in concord. about 2-1/2 miles in mountain view and santa rosa. so, be careful in the morning. we will have the low visibility again. temperatures in the 50s tonight as we take a look at a live picture from our emeryville camera. this is what you will encounter from tonight's rain and tomorrow morning's showers. slippery road ways. next storm arrives on friday and a dry pattern setting up for the weekend. our next system will be on friday. it's a light level one system. breezy at times and highest totals will be in the north bay. hour by hour we go. tomorrow morning's commute, around 5:00 a.m. you will notice, 7:00 a.m. in the general vicinity at 8:00 a.m. and as we head in to the afternoon hours. those showers that were primarily focused in the north bay will start to be more scattered and in other areas for the evening commute, 5-7 p.m.
and it will continue until friday morning when the next storm comes in. that will bring another round of rain, and it will carry over to scattered showers friday night. rainfall totals taking you through friday night will look like this. anywhere from about a tenth to .15 of an inch in the dry estimate spots all the way to .75 of an inch lt. and so, we will see more rain in in the north bay next time around. temperatures tomorrow morning, mid 40s to low 50s and take your umbrella, you will see scattered showers and you will need the shades tomorrow afternoon. looking a a mix of sun and showers. mike will be here, 4:30-7:00 a.m., tracking the storm. accu weather seven-day forecast is a level system. scattered trailing showers. next storm, a light system, level one on friday. get a break over the weekend and another chance of rain, level
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houston tomorrow night. that should be a tough game. unless something bizarre happens the expectation is that jon grew d -- gruden will be named the raiders new head coach. they have to satisfy the rooney rule, but this is jon gruden's job. he said that ownership has not been offered in the negotiations, but he is ready to get on the sidelines and coach again. >> i think there's a good chance. i'm excited about where i am in terms of studying the game and prepared to come back and coach. it's been a long couple of weeks. i know they have gone through their process of interviewing candidates and until they are down, i won't know. i had a good meeting with mark, i have known him a long time and i have a lot of respect for the raider football organization. >> oh, imagine riding this, you know, riding b.a.r.t. and you are seeing this. this is liv cook, dribbling like steph curry except with her
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