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it's grandma. we got in the car. i said what's wrong with grandma. he said nothing, we're going to the movies. >> brooklyn-based james brought home an oscarment a triumph after not winning three directing oscars. >> i want to thank the emotion filled actors. i wouldn't be standing out here tonight without their inspired help. and gary rizzo from the sound mixing team behind the movie "dunkirk". >> to my daughters, hang on to your dreams, they're so valuable. >> jimmy kimmel mixing the political with the hilarious. >> johnny, tell them what they've won. >> a brand new jet ski. >> much to the relief of the cad may, no envelope mixup this year. at 89 years old, james ivory, the oldest winner for the oscars. dion lim, abc 7 news. dion has been posting all
weekend from hollywood. dion said she met a woman who lives in the bay area who had a hearttransplant. she got out of the hocht a few days ago and made it in time to be in the red carpet audience. be in the red carpet audience. you can follow her at dion lim tv for a mibehind-the-scenes lo. it's 4:31. let's get a quick update on your weather and traffic. hey, mike. >> that was fun last night. i can't believe i used to watch jimmy kimmel on the man show years ago. come a long way. good for him. freezing cold inland at 30. around the bay 38. the coast 41. we head to your 12-hour planner. look at all that sunshine and mid-50s at noon. upper 50s to low 60s, almost back to average. in fact, this will be the first time we get to 60 in san francisco. in about 2, 2 1/2 weeks. 7:00, how about 48 to 54 degrees. you have a chance of rain coming
up. talk about that next. here's alexis. >> kborng good morning, mike. we have a couple of minor issues. taking a look at the emeryville camera. the powell street on ramp. a report of a disabled vehicle. chp is on the way. that is the lighter side of traffic. no issues on the camera. little bit of heavier traffic starting to build on the westbound side toward the bay bridge. a little bit of stop-and-go traffic. san jose, 101 at 880. slow on the northbound side. we're hearing we have a three-vehicle crash on the shoulder at brokaw. we'll keep an eye on that. the central valley, coming up in a few minutes. now, a live desk update. >> from abc 7 mornings. >> from our live desk, traffic was at a standstill when the oscar winners, nominees and guests continued to celebrate throughout the night with the annual governor's ball where the oscar winners got their trophies engraved. allison janney was in that line. she won best supporting actress for her performance in i, tonya.
>> an extraordinary moment i never thought i would have. i have this oscar. i can't wait to get home and get in bed and take oscar with me to bed. >> it was certainly a long night. this was some of our newest video we have of the night. of course, they were partying with champagne. eating master chef wolfgang puck's culinary creations which, by the way, he's created on the governor's ball menu for 24 years. >> thank you, jessica. in some ways, the oscars are about change and diversity and a new day in hollywood. despite saying that, he managed to touch on it many times. joking about harvey weinstein and also the person of the year cover, you may remember along with four other women who have spoken out about sexual abuse and harassment in the workplace. she spoke about time's up in
hollywood. >> they're working on procedures within hollywood that will give more women better levels of autonomy, better ways to report and better methods of accountability. >> in a powerful moment, best actress winner frances mcdormand asked all female nominees in the audience to stand with her. she ended her acceptance speech with inclusion rider. when an actor can stipulate in their contracts that a certain number of positions in a film can be filled with diverse cast members. get your complete oscar coverage here. a full list of winners on the home page of our website, a abc7news.c abc7news.com. this morning, san francisco police are looking for a suspended raiders player alden smith. >> he's connected to a domestic violence incident. he may be responding via social media. amy hollyfield is live in allah immediate a at the raiders practice field. >> reporter: he posted a short statement on instagram and said
you are all wrong and accompanied it with the picture of a sidewalk. the shot of pavement. we have the picture of smith proposing to his girlfriend last month in happier timesment on sa saturday night, there appeared to be trouble. the san francisco police department responded to her apartment in san francisco and they are now looking for alden smith. here is audio of 911 call his fiance placed from her apartment. followed by a plea from p police. >> the suspect threw her on the -- bit her on the wrist. >> investigators are reaching out and asking for the suspect to contact them to arrange for an interview and of course, if anyone out there knows his whereabouts, we'd like them to give us a call. >> reporter: smith was a first round draft pick for the 49ers seven years ago but was released in 2015 after a number of arrests. he moved over to the raiders. he was suspended for a year from
that team for substance abuse. smith's fiance says she does not want to talk to the media at this time. the raiders also did not comment. reporting live in alameda, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. thank you, amy. the chp is investigating an apparent freeway shooting. they responed to reports of a collision near oakland coliseum. there was no collision. instead, officers arrived to find this abandoned car. oakland police notified the chp that good samaritans found a shooting victim walking along 880. he was taken to the hospital. no word on his condition. stepping up security at a twin peaks elementary school. according to the chronicle, security guards will be on patrol at rooftop elementary today. an adult community member made threats of violence against the school last week.
that person was arrested after making the threats but has since been released. a district spokeswoman says there's no reason to believe that the threats are credible. the warm spot towards the financial district at 48 degrees. coming through the ferry building, 46. here's a look at the ferry building and the bay bridge from our east bay hills camera. caution on the roads in the north bay around santa rosa, petaluma and all the neighbors and between. you could have a little bit of fog in morning. otherwise, your commute is green. cold this morning in our mass transit to mild this afternoon. light breezes on the bay. let's take a look at temperatures and conditions. 12-hour planner for the east bay. starting off at 41. by noon up to 5:00. under the stars at 8:00.
down to 51 degrees. down in the south bay, about 40 this morning. 50 at noon. look at all that sunshine pushing us into the low to mid-60s from 1:00 through 5:00. 53 degrees at 8:00. now, we've got a little break in our pattern today and tomorrow. got a quick chance of rain wednesday. you have hoef. -- uh-oh. is that the weekend that looks wet? yes, it is. >> alexis? >> as long as we get a few dries in between, we can handle that. we're looking dry for the monday morning commute. 101 northbound and 880 in san jose. a few minutes ago, it was pretty slow. a crash north of here. we did confirm with chp that everything has been pushed off to the shoulder. not everything is looking great. still the disabled vehicle at 205. that's in the right lane. it will be 30 minutes before the tow truck can show up. we'll look at drive times at 4:50. the effort to rename a san
francisco street after mayor ed lee will move forward today. documents will be officially filed to rename kearney street to mayor ed lee street. she says that street is significant because it's historically populated by chinese americans. when london breed was acting mayor she wanted to name portsmouth square after lee. plans for walkouts in the bay area. after the weekend, rain and snow, water officials are out surveying again. could california be back in drought mode? plus, north and south korea
if you're visiting some other parts of the state today, good news. look at this. it is going to be just about cloud-free everywhere. where there is a few clouds, it's only because it's warmer. the low to 70s. 69 in san diego. low to mid-60s through the central valley to monterey. 49 yosemite. 38 in tahoe today. as we look at the seven-day forecast, 5 to 7 feet over the weekend is nice. we'll get wintry showers thursday after temperatures get back to average if not warmer by wednesday. then a chance of some wet weather turning to frozen weather this weekend.
>> at the oscars, common called out the national rifle association during his performance at the oscar nominated song stand up for something from the movie marshall. the song co-written with diane warren and co-written by an dra day -- it was played last month at a florida town hall for the grieving students at marjory stoneman douglas high school. >> tell the nra they're in god's way and to the people of parkland, we say our sentiments of love for the people from africa, haiti to puerto rico. >> some stars wore this orange american flag pin on the red carpet. they were created by gun control advocacy group every town for gun safety. students are getting ready to make their voices heard in the name of gun control. some students in pleasanton at foothill high school will join in a walkout later this month.
abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story. >> students spent their sunday afternoon in a park marking orange t-shirts with strong messages. she and her classmates will wear the t-shirts march 14th during a national school walkout for gun control in the wake of the mass shooting in parkland, florida, which killed 17. >> 17 people dead, that's insane. >> i hope the lawmakers listen and pass common sense gun reform to make the schools safer. >> that will happen at 10:00 a.m. and last 17 minutes, one minute for each victim of the shooting. this woman lost her best friend. >> if i found out one of my best friends was killed in a shooting, i don't know what i would do. i think it's important that we can use our voices to spread awareness and make sure no one has to go through it again. >> grace cathedral held a forum
on gun violence in the u.s. >> twisting people's lives ripped apart by the violence. we want to make sure we do what we can to stop that and make the world a safer place. >> back in pleasanton, foothill students raised money for a fund to help victims of the florida shooting. in pleasanton, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. people in the north bay will walk out of schools and work for what they call dreamers action day. the march is scheduled for noon and start at santa college and end at old courthouse square. new this morning, a high lvel south korea south korean delegation is meeting with kim jong un today. this is the first time he's talking face to face with officials from the south since he took power no 2011. the delegation plans to lay moon
jae in's hopes for -- this comes after several weapons test by the north which raised fears of war and that south korean delegation will travel to the u.s. to brief our american counterparts. >> thank you, jessica. >> benjamin netanyahu is scheduled to meet with president trump at the white house. the two leaders are expected to discuss, mr. trump's long awaited mideast peace plan that has yet to arrive. palestinians and other critics say it will be dead on arrival. israel's -- is overjoyed with jerusalem as the capital. everyone hoping that the results will be better than in february. last month's survey found that the snow was less than a third of normal. officials have higher hopes today banking on the amount of snow dropped on the sierra from the storms. the snow pack usually provides us with a third of water for the
year. of course, the deeper the better. >> speaking of that, it's 4:46. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. mike nicco, what do you say? i say it was a fun weekend with some the hail out there. but that's past us. let's talk about what's going to happen as far as our weather. you can see a little area of high pressure developing south of us. it's pushing the storm track to our west here. it's going to push these clouds up to the north. we're going to have almost total sunshine today. we'll get the high clouds coming in tomorrow as that low will start drifting towards us. it's this low and whatever moisture it can bring with it that will prius a chance of wet weather. today's temperatures back closer to average on the low side. 60 in lakeport. san francisco and half moon bay. on the high side, santa rosa, napa, fairfield, concord and san jose at 64 degrees. as far as temperatures tonight, they'll be almost as cold as this morning. mid to upper 30s inland with a few isolated areas possible
getting some frost. mainly low to mid-40s on the coast. redwood city at 38 degrees. a quick look at the north bay. 32 this morning, 57 at noon. at 4:00, look at all the sunshine. the highs today from calistoga at 62. cloverdale at 65. along the coast, bodega bay. -- could hit 70 tomorrow. the showers come in wednesday night and into thursday. sticking around to friday. then we'll get another chance saturday and sunday. hi alexis. >> good morning, mike. we're ramping up a little pit from the commute. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. little stack-up if you're paying cash this morning. fastrak and carpool lanes, still wide open. we have a delay out of the central valley. westbound 580, tracy to castro valley. in the yellow, 50 minutes. we still have the disabled vehicle on westbound 580. tow trucks should be there in about 15 minutes.
no delays northbound 101 between 85 and the san jose airport. knob 280 between highway 1 and san francisco, in the green at nine minutes. a less expensive mac book could be hitting the markets. >> this morning's techbytes. there's a cheaper mac book on the horizon. >> apple is working on a less expensive of the 13-inch mac book air. it's expected to be released early this summer. no word on how much of a price cut this will be. the current 13-inch one sells for a thousand dollars. snapchat is giving spectacles glasses another try. >> the original version was a $40 million loss for the company. so they're trying again with two new models. a luxury version will have two cameras and built-in gps. the move that i won best picture at the oscars dominated chatter on social media. >> facebook says the most talked about moment was when "the shape of water" won the award. the most googled question
overnight is what is "the shape of water" about? >> apparently a lot of people saw it. >> those are your techbytes. >> have a great day. for the third weekend in a row, black panther is king of the box office. kids in oakland were treated to a special screening thanks to a warriors star. and staring in awe at former first lady m if your skin had a wash tag what would it say? 80% glowing 50% freckles no matter your skin type, all skin deserves gentleness. that's why dove is sulfate free. the #1 body wash recommended by dermatologists.
how would you like spring warm warmth. about 4 to 8 degrees warmer than yesterday. even warmer weather coming up. more on the rain next. mountain view-based google is looking to expand its foot in the big apple. reaching a deal to buy the former nabisco factory in the meat packing district. the landmark building the size of a city block is home to the chelsea market. google will turn it into the east coast headquarters. >> i love this. a photo of a toddler awestruck by the portrait of michelle obama is going viral. 2-year-old parker curry staring at the portrait of michelle obama at the gallery in washington, d.c. it's been shared and liked thousands of times on social media. little parker's mom says her daughter believes that michelle
obama is a queen and parker wants to be a queen also. all right. our next storm, nothing like the last storm that we had. look at the rainfall potential. it is very low from less than a tenth of an inch in mountain view and san jose over towards livermore to barely a tenth to .15 of an inch around the bay and to the coast. maybe a quarter to a third of an inch in the north bay. it looks like this will affect thursday's morning commute and to a lesser extent thursday's evening commute. kpeek spe speaking of that, here's alexis. >> we're looking at a little fog this morning especially in the north bay. i have live doppler 7 on top of our traffic maps. you can see a thin layer here. the brighter the white, the denser the fog. we're looking at grays here, nothing too dense but on 101 and near santa rosa, you could have reduced visibility. keep that in mind. in san rafael, the traffic cameras are looking pretty clear here and no delays from the north bay. delays out of the central
valley. we'll head back there at 5:00. black panther is king of the box office again. this is the third straight weekend the film has grossed $500 million domestically. the third fastest film to reach that amount. this past weekend black panther crushed new releases by earning $66 million. red sparrow, featuring jennifer lawrence came in number 2, earning $17 million in the first weekend. death wish, a reboot of the charles bronson action thriller. and followed by game night and peter rabbit. black pack then is a massive hit and one of the warriors treated a group of oakland kids to the movie. he hosted kids for children's after school program for a private screening of black panther. the group helps low income families by providing them with
low cost items and free services. >> it's an all black movie, all black director. i feel like that's really empowering and touching for kids in the inner city to see just people of our color doing great things. >> the marvel movie portrays the heroic citizens of a nation with a king who doubles as a superhero. marvel is owned by disney. abc 7's parent company. next at 5:00 a.m., one county considering banning gun shows from the fairgrounds. $100 million set aside to stop foreign countries from meddling in our elections. but not a single penny was spent. highlights from the 90th oscars from political commentary to audience surprises. taking a live look outside at 4:56 in the morning. a chilly start to our day. we'll keep live weather and traffic conditions up throughout the commercial break. you have to take a first step to take a stand. it's the job of everyone at abc 7 to share your story. to tell the truth.
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>> no, not at all. it will be a little bit quieter this week. we'll have have chances of rain. right now i'm watching the fog. it got thick in petaluma. look at that zero. zero visibility, meaning anywhere from a couple of hundred feet to an eighth of a mile. look at all the stars out there looking from the exploratorium camera. at 7:00, 30 to 38 degrees. they have to get the credit card out, i mean the ice scraper in some neighborhoods. 55 to 56 at noon. about the low 60s at 4:00. and then upper 40s to mid-50s at 7:00. let's see if the commute is that quiet. alexis? >> are you telling me the weather guy doesn't have an ice scrape center. >> i do. >> you're talking about everybody else. we're doing okay. the biggest issue in the central valley. let's go on the traffic maps. still the disabled vehicle westbound 205 at 580. sounds like a broken axle on a mercedes. that's still
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