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the calm before the storm and what to expect where you live in what to expect where you live in 60 sec woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. 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)
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live where you live. this is abc 7 news. >> live doppler 7 showing us the most powerful storm of the season aimed at the bay area like a punch to the midsection. all the screen can wreak havoc on your commute tomorrow. good evening. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim, thanks for joining us. it is relatively calm now but the biggest storm of the season is coming. >> a live picture from mt. tam. tomorrow this shot will be bouncing up and down in the wind. >> drew tuma? >> live doppler 7 is tracking rain. take a look at this. when it gets down to street level, live doppler 7 showing you from burlingame to san mateo, live doppler 7 showing you light rain. south slide to palo alto,
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sunnyva sunnyvale, light sprinkles beginning to fall. east bay, similar from berkeley to oakland, emeryville, richmond. some light sprinkles from 80 to 580. inland light showers around benicia and martinez, approaching pleasant hill and concord. this is just the beginning of a storm system that will pack a punch. on the storm impact scale, this is a strong level 3 storm moving through here on monday. heavy rain at times. strong winds, especially monday evening. and there is some concern for flooding, especially over our burn areas. so the rush hour is the morning commute will feature light to moderate rain. so give yourself some extra time, especially for the evening commute. pockets of heavy rain and very strong winds. hour by hour on future weather, timing out this storm system coming up in the full accuweather forecast. crews in san francisco, they are on call right now ready to respond to whatever the storm may bring. >> abc 7 news reporter lilian kim is live at 17th and folsom
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with that part of the story. >> reporter: crews have been installing flood barriers in hopes of keeping the waert out of the apartment buildings and businesses here. this area will be staffed round the clock until the storm is over. >> i don't know, i was shocked. i walked out, and they were there. >> reporter: kay walked out of his apartment building to find 120 plastic water-filled barriers outside. 17s and fulsome is a notoriously low-lying area. while a $200 million drainage system overhaul is planned the so-called flood stop flood barriers are being put in place during heavy storms until then. >> we advise folks to elevate their belongings if they might be at risk for experiencing flooding. make sure to call 311 if they're experiencing any issues with their storm basins or flooding in their home. >> reporter: the san francisco public utilities commission has been doing what it can to spread the word about keeping those catch basins clear. crews have been trying to stay
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on top of them. sfpuc has assigned nearly 2,000 of the city's 25,000 storm drains to volunteers, residents who committed to clearing them themselves. the department of public works has been gearing up for the approaching storm. sandbags are ready to be distributed at its kansas and marin street location. each resident gets ten for free. beyond flooding, another concern is downed trees. arborist crews or standby. >> we know in the first rains of the season, trees sometimes ar little more vulnerable to failure. just because of the ground loosens up. so we might have some downed trees, especially if they're going to be high winds. >> reporter: if residents spot a tree or limb that looks vulnerable to falling, they're encouraged to call 311. in the meantime, storm preps are also under way in the south bay. abc 7 news was in santa clara where the county is providing almost 200 more beds for the homeless as the rain arrives. some of those beds are here at
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the bill wilson center. they are scheduled to be available for the next three nights starting tonight. the big concern in the north bay tonight ahead of the storm is possible flash flooding and mudslides in the fire burn areas. >> abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has details from santa rosa. >> reporter: a game of beat the clock for this landscaping crew working in santa rosa's fountain grove neighborhood. >> very worried. >> reporter: a storm moving in. >> a big storm coming. >> reporter: tran is nervous about the storm, he's pouring concrete for a new fence around his fountain grove home. the old fence burned in the fires. but his house survived. >> the rain, some of the tree, we just cut it down but we're not taking out the root. so keep the dirt from sleeping. >> reporter: mudslides are the biggest worry. most of the vegetation was wiped out in the firestorm. these new signs now warn of the danger. the city is improvising with miles of these straw wattles for erosion control.
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>> we're waiting to see what happens, when the storm brings. >> reporter: lowenthal says the santa rosa fire department is on alert. it plans to monitor hillsides for any runoff. most of the underground storm drains which burned have been repaired or replaced. >> we've done a lot of work. >> we have audio difficulties. that was cornell bernard reporting. >> the thomas fire scorched the foothills and officials are concerned the incoming storm could dump a large amount of rain, causing dirt with debris to flow and swamp roads and homes. >> the forecast is calling for the santa barbara area to get between 2 and 4 inches of rain. a good time to remind you to be aware of the wet roads and the rain during tomorrow's drive. you can download the abc news app to monitor live doppler 7 before you get out the door and
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get hour by hour local forecasts. >> important information, abc 7 mornings will go on the air 30 minutes early at 4:00 a.m., instead of 4:30. mike niko will have your forecast, sue hall will have road conditions. developing news, the search is on for a gunman after two people in fremont were shot when they tried to stoop a car burglary. >> officers and k-9 teams searched the neighborhood near summit drive for four people wanted for the shooting. detectives believe the victims were shot after they confronted two men and two women who had broken into a sec thvehicle thi morning. >> this is a quiet neighborhood, never seen this happen here. it's a nice, peaceful neighborhood. i've been living here a long time. >> body shooting victims are expected to survive. meantime, abc 7 news in san jose after a woman died in a traffic accident. investigators do believe her car collided with a car that was turning at silver creek valley road and beaumont canyon drive just after 6:00 p.m. tonight. the woman's toyota overturned.
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she was ejected from her suv. police tell us the other driver is cooperating with officers and they don't believe drugs or alcohol were factors in tonight's tragedy. an actor in a netflix series faces charges of stealing from senior citizen during the time he was a home health care aide. >> take a look at your screen. this is a booking photo of 23-year-old brian box. box has appeared on the net 36 series "13 reasons why." marin county prosecutors claim box stole from people in several cities between september and november. police say cell phone records linked box to the crimes. he is free on bail. the golden globes kicked off hollywood's award season. >> the bay area did well with palo alto' james franco scoring big, and act rockwell. >> "lady bird" won for best motion picture comedy." >> dan yeah backes is with the big winners. >> reporter: a sea of black to fight sexual harassment and
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inequality. many wearing pins with the slogan "time's up." >> time's up on this imbalance of >> reporter: host seth meyers tackling the tone set on the red car petty. >> good evening laids and remaining gentlemen. >> nicole kidman! >> reporter: for lead actress in a limited series or tv movie. the show also winning big in the best supporting actor and actress category and best limited series. >> "the handmaid's tale." >> reporter: for best drama, television series, and elizabeth moss for best actress in a tv series. >> we are the story in print. we are writing the story ourselves. >> sterling k. brown! >> reporter: "this is us" actor brown taking the award for best actor in a tv series. >> what i appreciate so much about this thing is that i'm being seen for who i am and
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being appreciated for who i am. >> reporter: james franco winning best actor in "disaster artist" for playing tommy wiseau, who he brought on stage. oprah made history becoming the first african-american woman honored with the cecil b. demille award. >> i want all the girls watching to know a new day is on the horizon. >> reporter: best picture -- >> "three billboards." >> reporter: the golden globes is said to offer one of the best previews of what and who will win at the oscars, which airs right here on abc on march 4th. dan yeah backes, abc news, los angeles. much more ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00. we track the first major storm of the season. meteorologist drew tuma, live doppler 7 showing you that slug of moisture offshore that's going to be moving in and bringing a mess of rain and wind for your monday. the timing ahead in the accuweather forecast. the curtain falls for
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perhaps the last time at a popular east bay movie theater. a mysterious spacex launch. why the payload cannot be revealed.
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woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do.
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the doctors know what to do. so here's the plan. first off, we're going to give you all... (voice fading away) three, two, one -- ignition. liftoff. >> spacex successfully launched one of its rockets tonight at cape c in florida. what it's carrying, that is a bit of a mystery. it is a secret mission for the u.s. government with a payload simply known as "zuma," some kind of spacecraft and pretty much that's all we or anybody knows about it. tonight, movie buffs said good-bye to a bit of film history at an east bay theater.
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>> the ream theater showed its last movie on the big screen today. and abc 7 news reporter lonny rivera has a look at what forced the iconic place to close its doors. >> reporter: a bittersweet night for moviegoers. sunday night was the last for the 61-year-old ream theater in mora moraga. >> attendance, and also the rent has gone up, utilities are high. >> reporter: theater operator derek zemrack renovated the building eight years ago. >> interactive tablets -- >> reporter: he says mounting maintenance costs and new technology made it tough to stay in business. >> over time, technology's changed. kids like to stream things on their phones. watch them on ipads. >> reporter: loyal customers are sad to see this landmark go. >> i just love these old-fashioned movie theaters. i grew up in these kind of theaters. >> i love the old movies, i love the old theater. it's not the same. >> reporter: old hollywood props
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and photos decorate the building, and a-list films play for a final time. the ream theater is definitely old school. it's offered a feeling of movies from back in the day. in the lobby, original phone booths from the 1950s. >> this theater goes way back. it gives you a nostalgic feeling. it's just -- i'm getting emotional. >> reporter: the final show is over. but the screen and chairs will stay behind. a nonprofit may take over the building. a glimmer of hope for a future for the rheem. in the south bay it's the end of the road for an he is toric car dealership. >> abc 7 news in santa clara today as customers did some shopping at st. clair cadillac. the dealership is set to close down for good on january 15th. and it opened back in 1925 and is currently on stevens creek boulevard. >> about 100 people work at st. clair, and they learned about the closure a couple of days
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ago. sonic automotive owns the dealerships along with several other dealerships here in the bay area. a mother now has a new way to get to work and take her daughter places after receiving a car at a give-away at her church. >> abc 7 news was inside that church when diana walcott learned she had been selected out of a pool of people nominated to get a car. walcott couldn't afford to replace the vehicle she lost in a recent accident. >> i am able to work on so much more than i could have without a war car. having my car totaled took everything from me. >> it's like christmas all over again to see the reaction to someone receive such a gift. >> antioch mayor sean wright helped escort walcott to her new set of wheels. the give-away also helped the church celebrate its third anniversary. officials apologized tonight after thousands of passengers faced delays after weather-related problems that paralyzed new york city's jfk airport. >> arriving international
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passengers spent hours on board jets because no gates were available at terminals with customs and immigration facilities. another problem created more headaches when a pipe broke in terminal 4, flooding a delta airlines hub. >> that forced more than 30 foreign carriers to unload flights at other terminals or completely divert them to different airports. >> we regard it as completely unacceptable and we intend to understand why it occurred, get to the bottom of it, and fix it. >> jfk happens to be america's busiest airport for international flights. and speaking of flying in the air, here's a live look at sfo where several of the more than two dozen flights between jfk and sfo were delayed today. >> we'll have our own problems when the storm gets here. chokes me up thinking about it. >> especially because the storm impact scale at a 3, haven't seen that in quite some time. >> the last time we had 3 was in november. it's been several months since we've seen rain of this
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intensity. right now live doppler 7 showing you right rain falling across parts of the region. tighter, from san mateo, redwood city, you can see light greens, light rain falling at this hour. similar setup as you move inland as well. more raug go, walnut creek, oakland in the east bay, san ramon, light sprinkles falling. into the north bay to novato to marin and san rafael. this is just the beginning of what will likely end up being the strongest storm so far we have seen this rainy season. temperatures, numbers have not budged too far from where we were this afternoon, holding in the 40s and 50s at this hour. the call from accuweather overnight, the numbers area-wide will drop into the 40s with light showers moving overhead just in time for the monday morning commute. so on the storm impact scale, this is going to be a 3, a strong storm moving in here on monday. we're tracking heavy rain at times along with some strong winds as well.
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and with that heavy rainfall does come the threat of some flooding, especially over our burn scars in the north bay. let's go hour by hour on futurer weather, time this system out. 6:00, the monday morning commute just getting under way. you can see light showers dotting the landscape. perhaps even an isolated downpour. certainly allow yourself some extra time tomorrow morning because the roadways will be slick. that's going to be a theme for the first half of our monday. future weather showing you light rain continuing to dot the region. and then we'll start to see the storm system intensify. by monday afternoon waves of rain, heavy at time in the north bay. later on in the evening, the evening commute is under way. even heavier rain falling than wa what we saw for the morning commute. the evening commute could be even worse than the morning commute could be. heavy rain, strong winds falling. heavy rain continues by 11:00 monday night. we're still tracking those downpours. not until the early morning hours on tuesday does the storm system begin to get out of here. but we do have a flash flood
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watch in effect because of the threat of heavy rain in the north bay. stretching from mill valley all the way up to clover dale and east into yountville and napa. a watch is different than a warning. a flash flood watch means conditions are favorable for flooding. tomorrow if a flash flood warning is issued that means flooding is happening or will be happening, so you want to get to higher ground if that is issues. we'll be tracking that for you right here. rainfall estimates area-wide, a healthy 1 to 2 inches of rain. where we do see downpours develop, likely more than that. we'll have to watch the rain in the south bay. even san jose coming in with close to 1 inch of choice tour. also strong winds. wind advisory goes into effect, winds out of the south racing in the afternoon and the evening. gusts could go 40 to 50 miles per hour. so the threat is there with that wind. trees could come down and isolated power outages. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. the next seven days.
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there's the heavy rain and wind, a 3 on the storm impact scale. thunderstorm chance tuesday. we'll dry out midweek and into the upcoming weekend. mike neek ka will be on the air early at 4:00 a.m. tracking the storm as it moves through. >> they will be on at 4:00 on "abc 7 m okay mcdonald's. i see your one, two and three dollar deals. tell you what, i'll raise you five. introducing value jack's way. five great ways to save. like i tell jack jr., it's all about big values, jr. prices. that's value jack's way.
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sweatshirt under night his uniform. one and done in the postseason and the finality of losing the brutal. woman: so, greg,
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it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. 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)
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always a great feeling to make it to the playoffs. but the one and done format can be brutal. two games today, first saints hosting panthers. third time this year these two teams have met. saints won the first two. third time a charm for carolina. first quarter, after a panther missed field goal, drew brees deep to ted ginn jr. ginn had 115 receiving.
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saints up 7-0. second quarter, brees nine yards to josh hill. 14-3. looks like the saints came marching in. fourth quarter, panthers down 12. cal newton to greg olsen. we have a 24-19 ball game. saints would score, a two-possession game, but over four minutes remaining. newton to christian mccaffrey, 56 of his 101 receiving yards, 31-26 saints. fourth and 2, saints going for it. brees picked off. defender should have knocked it down for better field position, new orleans catches a break. fourth and 23. cam newton can only throw it to the end zone but doesn't get the chance, he's sacked. saints face the vikings next week. >> hard-fought win. came down to final series. >> we knew going into this game that this was going to be a different type of game. buffalo in their first playoff game since 1999, jags
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quarterback blake bortles' first playoff game. bortles threw for only 87 yards but he ran for 88. third quarter on second and 9, he keeps it for the first out to keep that drive alive. later in the drive, fourth and goal. bortles slips on the snap, regains his footing, fires a dart to ben coal yak, 10-3 jags. 1:20 left. tyrod taylor's head slammed to the turf, nathan peterson takes over. he threw five picks in one half in his first career start earlier this year. he threw another. jalen ramsay with the pick. jaguars win it 10-3. they'll face the steelers next week in the divisional round. >> we've got to find ways to move the ball and be more efficient and put up more points to give them more help. but they had our back today. we were able to find a way to win. >> hard-fought game. we were able to get the win at home, which was big. to the ice. sharks ending their five-game
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road trip in winnipeg. second period, jets up one. the shot deflected, 2-0. sharks cut the lead in half with 5:15 left in the period. logan couture, off the far post and in, his 16th, san jose down one. unfortunate penalty called a few minutes later, chris tierney knocked into connor hell la bucket. jets take advantage. double deflection here. matthew per rose to credit and the sharks fall 4-1. we'll take a season-ending look at the 49ers and their future with quarterback jimmy garoppolo coming up, stick around. >>
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woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. 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)
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thanks for sticking around. good evening, i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. hollywood's aware season kicked off with the golden globes tonight. many of the celebrities in attendance chose to wear black as a sign of solidarity against sexual harassment. big winners included the film "three billboards outside ebbing missouri," and "big little lies." "coco" won for best animated motion picture. disney, the parent of abc 7, owns pixar. a big storm on its way to the bay area and the rain is already beginning to show up. meteorologist drew tuma will have the forecast for us in about ten minutes. san francisco is just one of the cities in the bay area tonight preparing for potential flooding. abc 7 news saw barriers out at 17th and folsom. that is a notorious spot during any significant storm.
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department of public works is getting ready tonight having sandbags available at its locations at kansas and marin street. another concern, fallen trees. the city has crews on standby. elsewhere, let the great thaw begin. when people wake up tomorrow back east, the arctic air may finally be gone. >> there is still trouble in these below-freezing temperatures. abc's chuck sivertsen explains. >> reporter: this fire escape in chicago turned to a block of ice. the entire street closed. a multi-family house in boston in flames. 14 people displaced after a five-alarm fire. firefighters covered in ice. new york's jfk airport, another travel nightmare on top of already long delays. a water main break flooding one of the terminals adding to the delays which were as long as 12 hours. some passengers sleeping in the check-in areas overnight as they waited. others whose flights had arrived forced to wait hours on the tarmac, then severa more to get their luggage.
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>> i was just really uncomfortable, cold. we were getting up, the flight attendants were getting angry. really uncomfortable. >> reporter: the department of transportation is monitoring delays and will make a decision about what to do on monday. >> real questions need to be asked, where were their contingency plans, why did the contingency plans fail, why was jfk not able to deal with these cascading failures? >> reporter: a january thaw coming for much of the country. temperatures expected to climb between 10 and 20 degrees. but there's more trouble lurking in a different part of the country. another storm system is developing in the pacific and heading towards california, bringing with it lots of rain. up to 5 inches forecast in some spots. that could spell trouble for those areas outside los angeles hit hard by wildfires. a high probability of mudslides and flash flooding. chuck sivertsen, abc news, new york. some cruise ship passengers want answers, others demanding refunds, after they sailed through the bomb sea clone that
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unleashed a powerful snowstorm along the east coast. >> take a look at this video shot from passengers on board the norwegian breakaway. the ship encountered 30-foot swells from sailing from the bahamas to new york city. water forced some of the passengers from their rooms. >> a cruise ship, the water is coming out of the boat. >> you couldn't imagine how horrible it was. >> some vacation. norwegian cruise lines apologized claiming the weather was "stronger than forecasted." even so, many forecasters predicted the hurricane-force sorm before the ship left the bahamas on tuesday. a frantic search under way in southern california for a college student who disappeared tuesday night. >> the student, who is at home on break, last seen at a park in orange county. 19-year-old blaze bernstein left without telling his parents and what's even more alarming to them is what he did not take with him. >> he left our house that night with no wallet, no money, no
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identification, no credit cards, no keys, no eyeglasses. this is someone that needs to wear eyeglasses. >> a friend says he went to the park with bernstein and he ran off into the dark. at first he thought it was a joke but the teen never came back to the car. the orange county sheriff's department has searched the park but not found any signs of him yet. now to the paralyzing sports injury that became a foundation for changing the lives of others. >> abc's gloria riviera with tonight's comebac. >> reporter: this was the only life worth living for talented go hard or go home free skier roy tuscany. >> skiing always provides this absolute ultimate rush. >> reporter: at 24, he dreamt of extreme skiing startup. those dreams ending after a terrible crash. >> the look that they had on that face was like, if you had just saw a puppy get hit by a car in front of you. >> reporter: roy was told he would not walk again. >> i remember tell my mom, i don't want this, i want to die. my mom got so angry at me for
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saying i was ready to give up. she's like, i didn't raise someone to give up, i didn't give birth to you so you could give up. >> reporter: he fought back, eventually walking out of the hospital, with help, and a new reason to live. helping others like him. roy starting the high fives foundation in 2009 with just $500. today it's raised over $2.5 million. funding rehab for people like cody walker. >> probably one of the best things you want to have in your life is people to show up when the chips are down, right? >> reporter: to every patient he helps, roy has one message. >> you'll never be the same, but it's going to be awesome. >> reporter: gloria riviera, abc news, washington. still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00, a bit of early spring training. >> these kids, a lot of these kids are -- they lost their homes in the fire. >> the baseball camp happening in the north bay that has a very
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special meaning for some young ball players this year. meteorologist drew tuma. we've got a shield of moisture onshore, this is all moving in our
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dozens of kids who lost their home in the north bay wildfires got a special surprise. >> an oakland a's player and former san francisco giants pitch wear among those who stepped up to the plate for a baseball camp in the heart of the santa rosa fire zone. >> here's wayne freedman. >> reporter: the sonoma county fire zone, a rainy day, and baseball. three elements that most of us would find difficult to blend together. but not here. the epicenter in santa rosa, where some 200 of the region's most enthusiastic ball players showed up for a clinic. but there is an extra element to this. 56 of these kids came from homes that burned in the north bay
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fires. >> we had 220 register, we had to turn away 50. >> reporter: casey oelen berger helped brainstorm this event, helped by an all-star lineup. marcus semien of the oakland a's among others. all pros. >> we care about our community, we care about these kids. these kids are the next generation. >> reporter: for everyone a break from the stress of fire recovery. mason lux plays at pioneer high school. his mother admitted being conflicted. >> it's a very humbling feeling. i'm usually the one that's giving to others. so it's hard to be the one taking. >> reporter: then there was santa rosa firefighter tony neil, who lost his home while saving others. >> it is ironic, yes. >> reporter: today he watched his sons jordan and mason in a base-running drill talk about treasures that burned -- >> i had buster posey signed baseball on my wall. >> reporter: just stuff, as fire victims inevitably say. but as years pass these young men and women are likely to have a new treasure. memories of this day.
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>> ask they will never forget. >> it's something we may not forget either. it's been awhile since we saw a 3 on the storm scale. >> back in november? >> the middle of november we saw really heavy rain. a couple of months since, we've seen rainfall of this intensity. live doppler 7 tracking very light showers and what is the beginning of this strong storm system. san mateo to stanford to san jose, up through fremont, light showers at this hour. the wider picture, offshore we've got this shield of moisture and pops of yellow and orange. that's the heavier rain moving our way. so on the storm impact scale, this is 3 a strong storm on monday, heavy rain at times, strong winds especially monday evening, they could craig over 30-mile-per-hours. there is flooding concerns over the burn scars in the north bay. 6:00 a.m. on your monday, that monday morning commute is under way. it is just a mess with showers moving through the region.
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light and moderate in intensity. monday midday, a couple of downpours moving through. the storm system starts to get its act together. by monday evening widespread heavy rain working through parts of the region. as we go into the latter portion of monday evening we'll have showers that will be heavy in nature, especially as you move inland. as you take a look at the wind it's a factor, wind advisory in effect, especially midday on monday. south wind 20 to 30 miles per hour, gusting over 40 miles per hour. the threat is there of trees coming down and also some power outages. we'll track it for you here on abc 7. accuweather seven-day forecast shows you heavy rain and wind on your monday, it's a 3 on the storm impact scale. a chance of a thundershower on tuesday. then drying out midweek into the upcoming weekend. but of course we want to stress that heavy rain and wind will be with us tomorrow. meteorologist mike nicco on at 4:00 amtraking that rain for you right here. >> we should point out, the camera a little wild, matching
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the wild weather, very appropriate. >> getting ready for the wild weather, it's not here yet. when it gets here, look out. >> hopefully things not so wild in the world of sports. >> interesting weekend. >> wild card weekend. two more games and we have your highlights. 49ers of course hope to get back to the postseason. and that could determine by a long-term contract for
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all he wants is a shot at the playoffs which gives you a chance for the title. two more teams got a game closer to that goal, two went home. saints/panthers. first quarter, panthers missed field goal. drew brees to former panther ted ginn jr., 80 yards. brees threw for 376 yards, two tds. gann had 115 yards receiving. second quarter, brees' second td
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pass to josh hill, saints come marching in. fourth quarter, cam newton threw for 349 yards, two tds. 24-19. saints score again, a two-possession game. with four minutes remaining, newton to christian mccaffrey, 56, 101 yards receiving. 31-26 saints. two minutes left, fourth and 2, saints going for it. brees is picked off. should have knocked the ball down, would have had better field position. new orleans catches a break. 11 seconds left, fourth and 23. cam got to throw up the hail mary but didn't even get that chance. he gets sacked. saints win 31-26, they face the vikings next week. >> hard-fought win. you know, came down to final series. we knew going into this game that this was going to be a different type of game. >> it is very dangerous trading. we played against a very good football team that did really good things, they made plays
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when they needed to. we didn't make a play. we had a chance. that's all you can ask for, have a chance. i'm proud of the effort they gave, proud of the way they stepped and up made things happen at the end of the game. we missed our chance. buffalo in their first playoff game since 1999 against the jaguars whose quarterback blake bortles not used to the camer cameras. bortles threw for only 87 yards but ran for 88. keeps the drive alive. later in the fourth, on fourth and goal, bortles slipped, regains his foot. a dart to ben coyak. 1:20 left in the game. tyrod taylor's head slammed to the turf. he would not finish. nathan peterman takes over. he threw five picks in a half in his first career start earlier this year, and he throws another. jags win 10-3, face the steelers next week in the divisional round. 49ers are the hottest team in football season's end winning six of their last seven.
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the 0-9 start didn't help. quarterback jimmy garoppolo a big reason, 5-0 as their starter. gm and head coach shanahan held court log back at their season. the 49ers became the first team in nfl history to lose their first nine and win at least three games. general manager john lynch loved the way they finished. >> i'm really proud of the way kyle and his staff kept the team positive and upbeat. but at the same time never lowered our expectations of what we expected out of them. >> reporter: he and head coach shanahan have said they're rebuilding this team brick by brick. this year's draft class had him feeling like a proud father. >> you could see him get better every day. we see it on the practice field. you saw it throughout the second half of the year. it's always nice when it's that obvious. >> reporter: the addition of quarterback jimmy garoppolo kick started a great run to end the season, winning five straight and six of their last seven.
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>> obviously jimmy came in and was fabulous. he was great for us. and he made people around him better. i think that's the mark of a player who has an opportunity to be special. do you make people around you better? he did that. >> reporter: the biggest question in the offseason is will they sign quarterback jimmy garoppolo to a franchise tag of one year and about $25 million? or a long-term deal? >> you have our assurances and the fans do that we'd like nothing more than to make him a niner for a long, long time. >> reporter: good to hear because it all starts with your quarterback. to the rim, lays it in! what a finish! davis at the horn. >> stanford pulls off the southern cal sweep beating ucla thursday. day john davis, the if i-foot buzzer beater, stanford wins 77-76. tournament of champions, the
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pga tour, leader dustin johnson on 12, the par 4, his tee shot, one of the longest hitters on tour, he leaves it six inches from the cap. he fires an 8 under 65, 24 under on the tournament. win busy eight stroelks for a 17th career victory. this sports report brought to you by river rock casino. >> thank you very much. that's it for tonight. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. abc news is on early tomorrow because of the storm at
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