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sue hall and lisa argen
in. no wet roads this morning. that's a welcome surprise. >> the tradeoff some fog of it's dense in our north and east bay valleys. live doppler 7. the visibility reduced to nothing in petaluma, a quarter mile santa rosa. three-quarters of a mile. six miles in livermore. here is the plan, 7:00, we're in the 40s north bay. mid-40s elsewhere. it will take until 11:00 until we see the fog clear. mid-50s by noontime and then we'll see numbers top out around 60. 40s for the overnight temperatures or 7:00 tonight and then some rain for your wednesday. sue? >> a light early morning commute this tuesday. a look at the east shore freeway getting busier as you make the merge when 580 on to 80 there past golden gate fields and into the mcarthur maze and taking a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. minor delays of the cash paying lanes. otherwise looking good all the
way to san francisco
moving at the limit. green is good. some slowing out of tracy. orange means fog for your early morning commute. as lisa has been saying, some areas with limited visibility. lingering road work. traffic here north and southbound, various lanes are blocked between 66 and washington or vice versa for the reverse direction. hi, everyone. we do want to start with breaking news. you may even have seen it on your phone this morning within just the last hour. a tsunami warning was canceled for the west coast. that's gone now. also warning for the coast of canada and alaska is gone. only an advisory still in place right near the epicenter. a 7.9 magnitude earthquake in alaska actually triggered a tsunami and that's what led up to all of this. it will not be an issue for us but it did not stop authorities
in the bay area from preparing. in fact, abc 7 news reporter tiffany wilson is live for us in santa cruz. tiffany? >> reporter: good morning, jessica. very good news for everyone here at the yacht harbor. look at the water behind me. it is very calm. this is just hours before the tsunami watch. the biggest waves were expected to hit here in santa cruz. it was a scary morning as i mentioned for folks who live onboard. everyone should be prepared. that was a wake-up call many did not want to hear because they are on edge from the last tsunami that wreaked havoc in 2011. today the national weather service says the west coast will be spared from damage and destruction. they turned off the gas to alleviate any potential fuel
leaks and alerted staff like the harbor patrols and brought them in as needed. now the biggest waves are still supposed to hit between 5:30 and 6:15 this morning. again, the tsunami watch canceled for the west coast and that is welcome news. tiffany wilson, abc 7 news. tiffany, thank you. 5:04 now. chp is launching a dui zero tolerance campaign in response to the recent accidents that have injured officers and left one dead. dozens of people gathered at san jose city hall for a vigil honoring victims of deadly traffic crashes. the wife and daughter of andrew camilleri received a plaque recognizing his service. officer camilleri was killed on christmas eve by a suspected impaired driver. >> i don't get to see him on a daily basis. someone made a very poor choice. we're all grieving. we might as well grieve together
and be each other's comfort. >> chp's enough is enough campaign runs through the end of the month. officers on the lookout to stop impaired drivers before they hurt themselves or others. the family of a man accused of causing a crash that killed two girls says he is related to the victims. abc 7 news was in martinez where he made his first appearance in court yesterday. police say he ran a red light and slammed into another truck. a 4-year-old and 2-year-old died in the crash. his girlfriend says he has a little gil of his own and his family says they are distantly related to the cardozas. his sister did not want her face shown. >> even if it was family it hurts because it's a family that's been struck by a straj did i and nothing or anything we can say or do can bring that back. >> he loves his daughters. an officer called me and told me the only person he wants to talk
to are his daughters. >> saucedo's family says he is not a criminal and his behavior changed after he started using drugs. as it 5:06 now. an owner was accused of sexual harassment is planning a news conference. >> one of six employees who resigned. hayward's attorney tells abc 7 news she can no longer endure the toxic environment. last week several employees demanded the owner divest from his company or they would quit. hallowell has denied the allegations by 17 employees. a youth pastor is accused of sending sexually explicit photos to a 13-year-old girl. they arrested 24-year-old luis cruzcruz last week. he sent several photos of himself to a girl who was a member of his congregation. evidence on the suspect's phone suggests he may have sent pictures to other minors.
bill cosby is back performing, and you're looking at video of this performance. the 80-year-old took the stage at a jazz club last night. this was his first public performance since may of 2015 when he became involved in a sex abuse scandal. cosby, who is legally blind, said he wanted to perform so he could enjoy being with his friends and people who turned out to see him. cosby's first trial on charges he drugged and molested a woman at his home ended with a hung jury. the city of san francisco has tentatively settled a federal lawsuit. the family of a guatemalan immigrant who shot and killed in 2015. perez lopez's parents filed a suit alleging eyewitness accounts and other evidence did not support the sfpd's explanation that officers fired on perez lopez in self-defense. they say officers responded to a report of a man allegedly perez lopez wielding a knife chasing another man near folsom and
24th. san francisco police are praising three good samaritans for coming to the aid of a gas station store clerk. >> one of those is a homeless man. here's reporter lilian kim. >> reporter: jesse green can often be found at the shell gas station on turk and franklin street earning what he can washing windows. last week he saw something terrifying unfold right before his eyes. security camera captured the moment when a man pinned down the gas station clerk and began strangling her. >> when i went inside and he's laying over -- has covered like the jacket, you could barely see her unless you looked hard. >> reporter: green tried to pry the man off but it took him and two other men to pull away the attacker. >> he was locked. he wasn't going to let go. the other guy pulled off one arm and i pulled off the other or something like that. and he just left, just like that. >> reporter: when officers arrived the suspect was no longer here but they eventually found him across the street
thanks to witnesses who spotted him. 30-year-old brian has been booked on charges of aggravated assault and burglary. police are calling three men who came to the woman's aid good samaritans. green, who lives in a tent down played that description. >> aren't we all? naturally we have to help each other when we see stuff like that, right? >> reporter: as for the clerk, she hasn't returned to work, but soon after the attack green said through the tears she was able to say thank you. in san francisco, lilian kim, abc 7 news. 5:09 now. happening today the san francisco board of supervisors will take up a measure to change columbus day to indigenous people's day, something the italian community considers a slap in the face. a number of tribal organizations want san francisco to follow suit. they point out they were here
before columbus landed. >> the consequent subjug dominance and genocide that followed doesn't, we think, deserve a holiday. >> this is about our italian heritage, the only day recognized for us. and, quite honestly, we're being pushed to the side. >> the city's italian-american community is preparing to celebrate the 150th anniversary of its signature event, the oldest parade in the nation. good morning to you. the dew points and temperatures are about the same. with the moisture at the lower levels, we have fog in the valley this morning. live doppler 7 showing you the cloud cover and half-mile visibility fairfield, a quarter mile, santa rosa. the usual spots here, napa, petaluma and concord. so far the south bay doing okay. a look at our sutro tower camera. a nice day today if you're heading outside for a day at the beach, exercising or on the bay. cool.
it will take a little time to warm up. near 60 with the help of some sunshine. so 30s to start out in the valleys and we're looking at 40s around the bay. by midday, mid-50s. still jacket weather here and then by 3:00 in the afternoon it should feel good out there, upper 50s to near 60. 41 in pleasanton. 40 in walnut creek. closer to home here 47 san francisco. 46 in san carlos with 39 in novato. spending time in the south bay, you're waking up to the clouds. numbers in the 40s. upper 40s by 10:00. and then we'll see about 60 degrees, cupertino, sunnyvale, santa clara. the rest of the bay area slightly cooler, 57 in free month. 56 san rafael and richmond and then tonight due to the increasing clouds and the storm on the way not quite as cold in the north bay. so we're looking at a 2 on our storm impact scale tomorrow. possible thunderstorms on thursday and significant mountain snow. sue? all right. we'll take a look outside right
now if your travels are taking you to san jose, north on 101, those headlights headed underneath the 880 overcrossing. everybody is behaving nicely. no delays here. that is a nice drive for you. let's check in with mass transit. we do have 33 b.a.r.t. trains running on schedule. cal trains are moving nicely. ace train number 1 did leave on time. we'll check with train number 3 that had multiple delays yesterday. hopefully the same is not happening today. we'll be back in just a couple minutes. thank you, sue. the driver of a tesla that slammed into a fire truck parked in a southern california car-pool lane says his car was on autopilot. this is a photo of the crash posted by the fire department. the model s sustained significant damage. fire officials say the car was traveling at 65 miles an hour when it hit the fire truck on the 405 freeway yesterday morning. tesla after the incident said autopilot is intended for use only with a fully attentive
midday tomorrow and in just a few minutes i'll time it out. reggie, natasha? first came a hoax emergency call to police in wichita, kansas, another incident of swatting and now one is dead. >> here's abc news reporter kendis gibson. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma first look" a grieving family suing the city of wichita, kansas, and its police department after an innocent man was shot dead by cops in what's believed to be the first deadly case of swatting. >> he was a devoted father. >> reporter: the family of 28-year-old andrew finch accuses police of using excessive force when responding to this bogus 911 call last month. >> i shot him in the head and he's not breathing anymore i already poured gasoline all over the house, i might just set it on fire. >> reporter: police encountered finch on the porch. an officer opening fire, killing
him. at the time police saying the officer feared finch was reaching for a weapon. but no weapon was ever found. coming up at 7:00 a.m., we'll hear more from the finch family. with your "gma first look," kendis gibson, abc news, new york. another woman overboard. carnival cruise line says a 44-year-old woman missing after falling from a cruise ship into the gulf of mexico. this happened sunday night on a "carnival triumph." the ship was on the second day of a five-day cruise when she fell from the deck. that incident comes days after a different woman died after falling from the balcony of her cabin on the carnival heading to the bahamas. the search continues for five people missing after the drilling rig exploded. >> this was the scene early yesterday morning in quinton, about 100 miles southeast of tulsa. flames and smoke from the
explosion at a natural gas site could be seen for miles. 22 people were on the rig. one was flown to the hospital for burns. the fire is out now. crews are still on scene in case the rig reunites. former governor arnold schwarzenegger is taking on the trump administration over offshore oil drilling. he tweeted out, don't touch california. if you want to drill do it off mar-a-lago or better yet look to the future. follicow california's lead, go green and we can all breathe easier. if you're thinking of installing solar in your home and getting more expensive. solar panels mostly come from china. 50,000 to 60,000 american jobs could be at risk. in san francisco new builders are going to take a hit. the city requires all new buildings with ten floors or fewer to use their roof space for solar panels. it's 5:18. never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. we are joined by meteorologist lisa argen.
>> yesteray wasn't bad. we certainly could use the rain and we have a third to a half inch. >> plus it got sunny in the afternoon. >> that was the bonus. more sun today. we have some clouds around and the visibility reduced because of the fog. it won't last throughout much of the mid morning hours. it clears and we're left with more sunshine today. quarter mile visibility across the board, fairfield, four miles in concord and petaluma released to nothing right now. we're in the 30s and 40s, upper 30s here in napa. 46 in hayward. 47 there as well as mountain view. that's tomorrow. some moderate to heavy rain. your evening commute pushes through the bay area. and then left with scattered showers. we still have the showers. it will be cold and more cold showers behind it. could see a thunderstorm. rainfall amounts through thursday evening. pretty impressive over an inch
in the north bay from novato to santa rosa. nearly that. look at san francisco, 0.99. three-quarters of an inch in redwood city. in the mountains already a winter storm watch for a foot of snow near pass levels and gusts up to 60 miles an hour. check it out. 22 at donner. kirkwood could see 19 inches today. dry, partly cloudy. 58 in livermore. the accuweather seven-day forecast featuring the dry skies today, two on our storm impact scale tomorrow with rain and wind by the afternoon and evening. and things settled down on monday. thursday, i should say, looking for brighter skies and milder weather through the weekend. sue, what's going on? >> we'll check the san mateo bridge right now and looks like a pleasant drive across the span. there's no fog here and traffic is moving nicely at the limit. you're looking at about a 16-minute drive from hayward over to san mateo which is definitely not bad at all up and
over the high rise. about a 40-minute drive from tracy up the altamont pass and into dublin/pleasanton. orange on your screen in the north bay represents fog for your commute this morning so heads up there. lisa has been talking about limited visibility. the broadway tunnel is closed for cleaning. that should be picked up about 6:00 a.m. this morning. there is a detour in place. i took it a couple hours ago and it's pretty easy to follow. not shaving much time off your commute. they'll have that picked up by 6:00 and we'll check back. >> thank you, sue. happening today a bay area based bike rental company is expanding to the east bay. line bike will deploy throughout the business center in walnut creek. the dockless bikes are enabled with gps, wireless technology and self-activating locks. riders can park and pick up the bikes basically anywhere. the company operates in south san francisco and alameda. 5:21 now. this is so cool. researchers discovered a way to
make windows that automatically tint on a sunny day. it blocks the heat and also generates electricity. they tweaked the chemical structure of a material that rivals silicone-based solar cells. this is an image on the cal campus seen through the low and high-temperature cells. it could lead to power producing smart windows and displaced as well. >> that's pretty cool. up next the seven things you need to know as you start your day. >> plus, help wanted at buckingham palace. the job opening. >> is it queen? lisa and sue helping make lisa and sue helping make this a
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place near kodiak, alaska. residents were forced to evacuate after a 7.9 magnitude quake hit in the gulf of alaska. no reports of damage or injuries. the harbor master took precautions following that warning. we were there this morning as the gas was turned off to alleviate fuel leaks. the biggest waves expected between 5:30 and 6:15 this morning. number three, we're waking up to some valley fog. in fact, it's quite dense this spots but it will lift by the mid morning hours. you see it there in the north bay. and then we have plenty of sunshine with numbers in the upper 50s downtown. number four, a standoff in san jose has finally ended. police took a suspect into custody around 2:00 a.m. just this morning. the man barricaded himself on sunday night. the we stand with oakland group will hold a press conference to announce new plans to try and keep the team in the east bay. they are not giving up and
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good morning on this tuesday, january 23rd. it is 5:9 a.m. >> mike and alexis off today. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. it is a foggy start, lisa. it certainly is in the valleys that will clear by mid morning. you can see all the clouds around, quarter-mile visibility from napa, less than a mile in petaluma and santa rosa and fairfield impacted. concord doing better at five
miles. livermore six miles. we are looking at 30s and 40s. 50s by noontime and 60 in the south bay. it should be a nice afternoon with partly cloudy skies. 40s for the evening hours and as we look live right now from our sutro tower camera, fog not much of an issue in san francisco. sue? we will take a look outside right now and the east shore commute along the east shore freeway according -- right by golden gate fields, and on into berkeley and the mcarthur maze filling in nicely but it is moving along. it funnels in to the maze and the bay bridge where traffic is flowing nicely on the san francisco side of the span. as we mentioned your commute from the hercules area into san francisco through the metering lights is beginning to build because of the metering lights, but so far so good. green is great. a little bit of slowing. approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. orange on the upper part of your map means fog for your commute
that lisa has been talking about. we'll check in on those areas in a couple of minutes. a breaking news update if you're just waking up. a tsunami watch canceled for the west coast. you may have seen it on your phone or perhaps even on your television as this was posted on social media. you can see the advisory there -- the watch, i should say, for alameda, santa cruz, monterey counties, for the entire west coast, all of california. it was issued overnight after a 7. magnitude earthquake hit off the coast of kodiak, alaska. residents there were forced to evacuate. long lines of cars could be seen heading out of kodiak. there were no reports of any serious damage or injuries. the earthquake actually hit in the gulf of alaska. you could see a little bit of rattling in some homes nearby but was 170 miles away from the city of kodiak, happened about
1:30 this morning. the national weather service says now that tsunami was generated by the earthquake but it poses no threat to any part of the west coast. in fact, the warning along canada and alaska has also been canceled within just the last hour or so. there's only an advisory in place right near the epicenter. abc 7 news reporter tiffany wilson is in santa cruz this morning preparing as soon as that watch was issued and they're still wary of some rough waves that could hit later this morning. so she's going to have a live report for us coming up shortly. back to you. >> jessica, thank you. a new push from the group that wanted to keep the raiders in oakland. >> they're hoping that legal action against the nfl will open a new opportunity to keep professional football in the east bay. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield live for us at the team practice if a seattle in alameda. amy? >> reporter: hi, reggie. they are relentless. they're not giving up. the we stand with oakland group
will hold a press conference in a few hours to announce plans to try and keep the team here. the oakland raiders are hoping to open their 2020 season in las vegas. they even held a groundbreaking ceremony in november for a new stadium in vegas. but this group refuses to believe the fight is over. they are hinting at legal action pointing to success in st. louis. there's a group there suing the rams and the nfl for the relocation to l.a. it looks like that case is headed to trial. the oakland group says high-profile law firms have expressed interest in representing alameda county in a case against the raiders. the group will announce plans at a press conference at 8:30 this morning. live in alameda, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> all right, amy, thank you. after a three-day showdown the federal government is back to work. >> congress passed a temporary fix to fund the government through february 8th when another shutdown is on the horizon. president trump signed the bill
ending the shutdown for now. democrats had insisted any deal include protections for undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. they got a promise senate republicans will work towards a solution for the d.r.e.a.m.ers. >> it would be my intention to take up legislation here in the senate that would address daca, border security, and related issues. >> mcconnell made a pledge in front of the world, so we're counting on him. >> the deadline for the daca program is quickly approaching with no solution d.r.e.a.m.ers would start to face deportation when that program ends march 5th. both california senators were among the 16 democrats who voted no. harris and dianne feinstein said they weren't satisfied with assurances for a vote to protect undocumented immigrants. harris tweeted, i refuse to put the lives of nearly 700,000 young people in the hands of someone who has repeatedly gone back on his word. some activists for immigrants
my favorite, making the announcement from l.a. >> something interesting this year trying something new and they're featuring some pretaped segments of notable females. we're seeing people like selma hayek, a lot of women and women of color being featured. >> some of the nominations have been announced for categories like costume design and best soundtrack. we'll see here the big acting awards and of course leading up to best picture. so let's now go to l.a. as the announcements are being made. what a great morning. here we are at the nominees for performance by an actress in a supporting role. mary j. blige
allison janney. leslie man vilville. laurie metcalf in lady bird. and octavia spencer in "the shape of water." >> for performance by an actor in a supporting role, dafoe in "the florida project." woody harrelson in "three billboards outside missouri." richard jenkins in "the shape of water." christopher plummer in "all the money in the world." and sam rockwell in "three billboards outside ebbing,
missouri." for best foreign language for best foreign language film a fantastic insult, lebanon, loveless, russia, on body and soul, hun g ary, and the square, sweden. ary, and the square, sweden. for best documentary short subject "heaven is a traffic jack on the 405. ""heroine." "life skills." and "traffic stop."
all these titles make a woman from an urban area very uncomfortable. i'm just saying. >> no, certainly. >> no, certainly. for best documentary "abacus," "places/fa man in aleppo." and "strong island." for original song, "might river." "mystery of love" from "call me by your name." "remember me" from "coco." "stand up for something" from
frances mcdormand in "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri," margot robbie in "i, tonya," saoirse ronan in "lady bird," and meryl streep in "the post." here are the nominees for here are the nominees for achievement in directing. "dunkirk," christopher nolan, "get out," jordan peel, "lady bird," "phantom thread," paul thomas anderson, and "the shape thomas anderson, and "the shape of water"
do you want to do the big one for the best picture? >> we should both do it. what could possibly go wrong? >> you don't know me that well. you don't know me at all. and finally here are the nine films selected as best peck tour nominees. nominees. "call me by your name," [ applause ] "darkest hour."
>> "the shape of water" >> "the shape of water" guiellermo del toro, producers. >> and "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri" graham broadbent, peter zernan and broadbent, peter zernan and martin mcdonogh, producers. [ applause ] >> thank you very much, everyone, for watching this morning and congratulations to all the nominees. >> and make sure you watch as we celebrate the 90th oscars sunday night, march 4th, on abc. okay.
so we watched her stumble a few times but she's so charming i don't know if anyone minds. >> i want her to host everything from now on because usually this is a very sleepy kind of announcement but i was awake. >> i think we're still sorting through any upsets or surprises. i know a lot of people speculating whether james franklin would be nominated after the recent allegations and the growth of the me too movement. not nominated for actor in a leading role. >> and the one name that caught me as a surprise was william dafoe in "the florida project." that caught me because that was my favorite movie of the year. i don't think he's been nominated for the other award shows leading up to this. so there you are. and we'll be watching. of course you can watch the oscars
good morning to you. waking up to cloudy skies here with some fog but along the coast we will have sunshine, 59 in monterey, 48 in the mountains. dry there. 74 in los angeles. we have a winter storm watch in effect through friday expecting significant snow here so if you're planning on going to the mountains you're going to watch the forecast hopefully carefully as we could get up to two feet wednesday into thursday. reggie, natasha? thanks, lisa. happening today the remains of a san francisco man killed in the korean war will be buried with full military honors. 22-year-old army private first class james leonard was killed in action in july of 1950. his remains weren't found or identified until last year. the army brought him home on sunday at sfo. leonard will be buried alongside
his family at holy cross cemetery in colma. a police officer who had a severe head injury more than a year ago is back to work. a photo of motorcycle officer robby chan with the caption our hero has returned. he went through surgeries, rehab following the injury in 2016. the surveillance video shows him chasing a suspect who then hit him with a skateboard. the suspect is scheduled to stand trial in april. monterey county beaches are open after 5 million gallons of raw sewage spilled into monterey bay forcing closures to stillwater cove. this came from a county waste water management facility. officials blame equipment failure. the aquarium takes seawater for its animals straight from the bay and found no contaminants. county health officials are advising the public to avoid contact with the ocean until friday. what we were watching the
academy anominations we got busier on the roads. a couple accidents popping up on 880. let's check in one near alvarado. the two left lanes are blocked. a little further north near high street we have as much as six vehicles involved blocking lanes and the backup is starting to begin. we'll check back with the chp and a lot of action on the nasty nimitz living up to its name this morning. lisa? sue, good morning to you. well, probably because the fog isn't helping much. live doppler 7 and you can see visibility reduced a quarter of a mile in napa and santa rosa. three miles by the delta. in the 40s right now. this is really choking me up. 45 in belmont as well as palo alto and we'll look for partly cloudy skies today. no surprise here if you're going to the super bowl prepare to shell out some big bucks. >> the cheapest available ticket for super bowl lii in minnesota
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treatment. many survivors die from heart disease. patients may fear reoccurrence and become depressed or sedentary leading to metabolic syndromes like high blood pressure. 80% had a metabolic syndrome. participants did two and a half hours of aerobic activity with no changes in diet and 65% saw a dramatic improvement in their health. friends and family mourn the loss of a fallen officer last night. now the chp is cracking down on the roads. plus, a tsunami watch issued for california while you were sleeping. it has been canceled. but there are still some changes in place for the coastline. we'll have a full report next. and a local push that could mean the end of columbus day. a live look outside at 5:56 in the morning. we're hoping this is a better start to your day. a live look at the embarcadero peaceful and quiet and no wet roads out there. that will change.
meteorologist lisa argen tracking that for us. when conditions change where you live -- >> we're expecting heavy rain in the bay area tomorrow. >> this is going to be a strong, slow moving soaker. >> abc 7 alerts you first. >> taking the flash flood warning up here very seriously. >> when you need to know what's heading your way. >> right to our storm, a level 3. >> live doppler 7 is wherever you are. >> live dom letter 7 along with satellite. this is our storm system right here. >> stay ahead of the storm and
that watch for the west coast, parts of alaska and canada. we seem to be in the clear. >> good to know. we will check in with you for more on that. first, never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. lisa, kick us off. luyou're looking at dense f. up in santa osa as well as napa, half mile petaluma. six miles in concord. temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. 45 in fremont and we're looking at more 40s throughout the early morning hours. by noontime low to mid-50s with partly cloudy skies, near 60 in san jose today. sue? we're heading to the 880 freeway because we had a couple of earlier incidents. this one has been rapidly cleared off to the right shoulder southbound near alvarado involving multiple vehicles. the slow damage is done from highway 92 to southbound. and the other accident is near oakland, 880 southbound near high street. that one is