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chase. make more of what's yours. >> announcer: live where you live. this is abc7 news. >> it doesn't make the institution look very responsible. >> it's almost like you were rooting for a shutdown. and now we will have one. >> no agreement tonight means our government is shut down for the first time in 2000 -- since 2000 13 -- 2013. good evening. >> the senate just adjourned for the night without an agreement to keep our government funded. >> a live look tonight at the capital where majority leader mitch mcconnell says the senate will convene again in 10 hours. >> kenneth mouton is in washington. >> the senate build -- failed to approve a short-term deal to fund the government. >> we sought -- sought damaged
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-- we saw sent democrat and -- democrats -- >> inviting the top democrat in the senate to the white house for a 90 minute meeting. >> the blame should crash entirely on president trump's shoulders. this will be called the trump shutdown. >> reporter: at the stroke of midnight, press secretary sarah sanders blasted democrats, saying they are behaving like obstructive nish -- losers. >> words the urgency when it comes to dreamers? there is an urgency. there's an urgency in the lives because of the uncertainty of tomorrow. >> reporter: pushing a one- month funding measure. hoping to sway democrats with
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an extension of the children's health insurance program. frustrations evident on capitol hill. >> we really have some stupid people representing our country from time to time. >> reporter: negotiations on the dreamers are off until the government reopens. lawmakers will work through the weekend to try to strike a deal. abc news, washington. >> mart -- northern california's federal courts will stay open and mail service will continue. yosemite national park will also remain open, though there will be limited services. alcatraz will also stay open to tours. one potentially dangerous closure is the cdc's flu program. this is one of the most severe flu season in years. the shutout means local health departments will still collect flu samples, but the cdc will not test them. breaking news in san francisco, where police located a suspect accused of fatally
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shooting a 65-year-old woman in the outer sunset. let's go to lonnie rivera, who is live at the scene. lonnie? >> reporter: yes, dan. we are here at 47th and mlk. take a look at golden gate part. you can see tape walking the entrance. there's several cars. police arrived here on scene and it was a development. we were covering a homicide case not too far from here. take a look at this scene from earlier, when police cars arrived. they surrounded the vehicle. yes, we learned the driver of that vehicle was a suspect wanted in connection with shooting -- a shooting that took place not too far from here. they did tweet saying that winston hughey had be -- been located. they are not confirming whether he's alive or dead. they just said whatever it was
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involved here in the park was not an officer involved shooting. let's take a look at the series of events from earlier today that happened at that shooting just about five minutes away from here. >> i'm not sure if i know the people who it is, but it's disturbing. you know? it's where we live. >> reporter: neighbors arrived home to police tape blocking 34th ave. from ortega to noriega. they waited as police secured the scene after a deadly shooting around 4:30 friday afternoon. >> my daughter called me hysterical because she saw the police on the block and didn't know what was happening and she was afraid. >> reporter: -- >> she said she saw police cars. and then she heard a scream and a shot. >> reporter: detectives suspect winston hughey shot the victim, a 65-year-old woman multiple úso again, the suspect winston
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hughey, has been located. police have this thing blocked off. they have not said whether he is alive or dead. but it looks like they are going to be here most of this evening. that's the very latest. reporting live in san francisco, abc7 news. >> thank you. a woman who hit and killed a three-year-old boy in a dui crash was sentenced in a plea deal. despite protests, she will likely serve only a fraction of her seven year sentence. abc7 news reporter katie uses has the story. >> out on bail and a pending dui case. under the influence of drugs. when she crashed her suv into a car stalled on the shoulder of interstate 680 in san ramon. the september 2016 collision killed three-year-old elijah don, injured his mother and emotionally scarred two other children in the car.
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>> they will all -- we will all have to be in counseling for the rest of our lives probably. she left a horrible impact on my family. after two years, she's just going to go on with her life. >> reporter: pleaded guilty to gross vehicle or manslaughter -- vehicle or manslaughter. she gave a tearful apology as part of her plea deal. she's already in custody, which mused -- means she'll get credit for time served. >> that's not justice. that's -- you got a slap on the hand. >> reporter: married to and alameda county deputy. the da's office says that has nothing to do with the case. they say they charged vehicular manslaughter based on the evidence. >> just like numerous, numerous other cases in the bay area. >> reporter: she was arrested a third time for being drunk in public. now the family says lobby to
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change the ui sentencing guidelines. >> with every ounce in my body, i'm going to try to make it happen in his honor. let's turn to our weather. a live look from our mountain cam. clear skies mean a good view of the city. >> you see the winds blowing the camera around. let's get a check with our meteorologist. >> we have store to start off your we can. look at the temperatures. fairfield, you are 3 degrees already. it is going to be a cold night. take a look at what's going to happen. those temperatures are going to tumble as we head towards tomorrow morning. there will be many areas that will be near freezing. live doppler seven, storm is long gone.
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it brought hail over land. and certainly 6 to 12 inches of snow in the sierra nevada. already tracking our next storm and this one is going to head towards our region. it is going to dump some heavy rain for one part of the bay area. i'll talk about that, plus a look at five -- count that -- five level once on the storm impact scale over the next seven days. >> sounds good. thank you. the infamous serial stowaway has been arrested again for sneaking onto an airplane without a ticket. this is a new booking photo by chicago police. authorities arrested hartman after she snuck pack -- past security and got onto a british airways flight to london ticketless. she was sent back to chicago. hartman has tried to board and fly without a ticket for several airports, including meta-san jose. authorities investigating last year's deadly mass shooting in las vegas have released crime scene photographs
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and he information about the gunman, stephen paddock. it shows the hidden cameras paddock set up in the room service cart outside. he appeared to begin planning for mass shooting in may, googling summer concerts 2017. they also found child pornography on paddock's computer. a corridor found tom petty's system. including fentanyl, which also killed prince. he suffered from emphysema. he found out his broken hip was worse. he performed dozens of shows despite that break. tom petty died in october at the age of 66.
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blocking the release of charles manson family killer. leslie van houthton took part in the killings of a couple in 1969 and a parole board shoe -- decided she was suitable for release. van houthton role in the murders during her september parole hearing. ú getting ready for hundreds of thousands to take to the streets. >> women's marches will take place tomorrow across the country. the bay area's biggest cities are getting ready, too. the hunt for a band of
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deputies are looking for this sneaky from a toys "r" us in santa cruz. they say he was part of a highly orchestrated crew in action. he's stealing from behind that glass case. this was carefully planned. the sheriff's office hopes somebody will recognize one of the people involved. the bay area is gearing up for tomorrow's women's march. this year, a new call to action. katie marzullo is live for us in san jose with more. katie cox >> we are at arena green. it's near the sap center. you can see the state is already set up here. this is where the march will end. it's only the beginning of the event's larger purpose. >> no heat, no fear. >> reporter: the first women's march was a reaction to president trump taking auction --
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the group will march from city hall to arena green near the sap center. 46 community organizations will be waiting. >> where people can learn how they can get engaged in the community on issues they care about like immigration, reproductive rights, protection for survivors of domestic violence. >> reporter: the theme in 2018 is here our vote. >> we are focused on action and helping people create change by getting more people to register to vote and actually commit to voting. >> reporter: san francisco is spending at least 80,000 people. there's a rally at noon. the march begins at 2. in oakland, things kick off at lake merritt. there are also events planned in santa rosa, napa, -- pacifica, and walnut creek. >> let's not be so complacent. >> it's very exciting to see the increased participation of so many people who have been so
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passive for so long. >> reporter: millions of people marched nationwide last year. in san jose will -- >> tomorrow is shaping up to be an incredible day for skiing in tahoe. pretty solid snowfall there. 9-11 inches fell overnight in north tahoe area. chilly day. even more snow possible for sunday. if you are headed that way, there are some chain restrictions along 80 tonight. >> all right. good news if you want to go up there skiing. be careful obviously. we got several days of wet weather. >> at least saturday from -- for the most part looks sunday -- sunny. >> make sure you bundle up because look at these temperatures. 49 insane-y -- in san francisco. 47 degrees. and as he took a look at some
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of the numbers in the north bay, napa, you are down to 38 degrees. 41 in santa rosa. fairfield 35 degrees. a live look right now. much cleaner air as the cold system came through. a lovely view looking across the bay there. eastern span of the bay bridge. visible. it is going to be cold tomorrow morning. freezing cold, as a matter of fact. 31 in fairfield. 30 degrees in ukiah. definitely cold. 34 livermore. 40s along the coast. live doppler seven showing you the showers are gone in the sierra. they got dumped on with 6-12 inches of snow. snow showers are tapering. slight chance of some snow coming in on sunday. rainfall totals look like this. quarter of an inch in san francisco. únational weather service radar most other areas are on the lighter side. this was a light system that rain. we had scattered showers.
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some hail. take a look. even a rainbow. this is from our abc7 news explorer. we captured this rainbow. it's just a pretty sight to look at. this is the way we are taking off your we can. -- kicking off your weekend. freezing cold tomorrow morning. we have several more rainy days in the seven-day. tomorrow afternoon, it is going to be dry. low to upper 50s. it is going to be bright and maybe sunny for the women's march. san francisco, 51 to 54 degrees. a little breezy. sent has oh -- definitely one of those days where it will be nice outside for the march. you will need those layers. sunday, a light level 1 system is coming in. sunday afternoon evening. highest rain totals in the north bay, a 10th of an inch to 2 inches. breezy too windy. we will keep an eye on the north bay, especially the burn scar areas. if there is potential for mudslides, they are going to be
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issuing an advisory -- all -- a warning coming up. a few showers around ukiah. still mainly mendocino county. yellows, oranges starting at to move southward. it is still heavy and focused at 11 pm in the north bay. and the east bay. the heavy rain continues to through monday morning's commute before we get scattered showers going through the region. you can download the accuweather app and check out live doppler seven anytime you want. sunday, monday, highest in the north bay. debris flows. mudslides not out of the question. accuweather seven-day forecast, make sure you are in your jackets. to keep you warm, freezing cold but dry. level 1 system sunday evening and into monday. another system bringing a chance of rain tuesday and one more level 1 wednesday going into thursday. certainly we will be in the 50s
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all the way across.
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sky seven caught up with the high school football team during their victory parade this afternoon. >> look at that turn out. took the team from school to school to meet other students in the district. the warriors won their second straight state championship. a rally followed. the mayor presented them with the key to the city. >> we to go. good job. more sports. >> yeah, the tom brady hand mystery. >> the patriots will have a parade in a few weeks.
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why was tom brady wearing a glove to his news conference? what is he trying to hide? and evan longoria
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>> announcer: abc7 sports . >> good evening. dreams turned into the reality of longoria and mccutcheon. all-star pedigrees out of last place. introducing the new third baseman, evan longoria today. cleanup for the giants. giants got him via trade last months. he sees a winner, not the team that stumbled through
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of 64-98 last year. >> you can only go up. it's tough to win only 64 games. it really is it's that belief that last year was not what this organization is all about and that they continue to put 1 foot in front of the other and gain ground toward getting to the postseason. >> the warriors go for a perfect road trip and a franchise record 15 straight road wins tomorrow night. tipoff 5:30 pm on abc7. jordan bell out for at least two weeks with a sprained ankle. organization solely focused on knocking off the worries. they won the season opener. the warriors have won 12 of their last 14 regular season map -- matchups. james harden, not that impressed. >> changes [ indiscernible ] playing golden state. the fact that they've got this winning streak. deserves some significance.
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>> saturday night, primetime. >> thanks for your thoughts, james. stanford women down. all the will -- way back. go ahead hoop. three minutes left. 59-59 cardinal. six out of seven in cal. lost to ucla. tom brady questionable for sunday's if the title game. mysterious hand injury. his thumb? who knows? nobody is certain. brady adding intrigued by showing up wearing gloves and dodging questions. >> how is your hand? >> i'm not talking about a. -- it. i'm not talking about that. >> why are you wearing gloves inside? >> you already asked that. >> have you played a game and gloves? >> it's been a long time.
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he said two questions. see you. >> permission to treat tom brady as a hostile witness. >> instruct the witness to answer the question. >> does he have stitches? is that why he covered it with gloves? >> something is going on. >> we will find out sunday. abc7 news continues online to on twitter and facebo
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♪ ♪ my husband is probably going to think i'm crazy. he thinks i'm going to see my sister! ♪ ♪ sometimes the confidence to be spontaneous starts with financial stability. once i heard it i was shocked. i just thought, i have to go get it! ♪ ♪ it's our tree! ♪ ♪ see how a personalized financial strategy and access to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. chase. make more of what's yours.
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to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you. ♪ ♪ there are two types of people in the world. those who fear the future... and those who embrace it. the future is for the unafraid. ♪ all because of you ♪ ♪ >> we hope you have a great weekend. >> right now on jimmy kimmel,
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meryl streep. have a great night. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- meryl streep. from "kevin (probably) saves the world", jason ritter. and music from blake shelton. and now, as a matter of fact, here's jimmy kimmel. ♪ >> jimmy: it's going to be a highly overrated show tonight with meryl streep. meryl streep is here tonight because -- [ cheers and applause ]


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