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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> and we have developing news in the east bay. a man was shot during a possible case of road rage. good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm ama daetz. >> i'm larry beil. the chp is investigating after somebody fired into the side of a consider on interstate pleasanton. >> abc 7 news reporter katie utehs spoke with the victim's friends and chp about what happened. katie? >> ama and larry, chp is asking any witnesses to come forward who may have seen the shooting or what led up to it. at this point they don't have a description of the shooter or the vehicle involved. victims of the friends i spoke with, friends of the victim, rather, tell me that this was random. chp says it might have been road rage. it all ended here at our
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location at el charo road on the border of pleasanton and livermore. that's where the victim's car finally pulled off eastbound 580. you can see in our video, a bullet hole in the passenger side door of the gray sedan. chp officers on scene say multiple shots were fire booed the vehicle. fortunately, the passenger who was shot, a man in his early 20s according to friends is expected to survive. he was conscious when he was taken from the scene to the hospital. chp says this all started as some sort of altercation on northbound interstate 680 at mission plvd in fremont. they first got calls around 6:45 this evening. the possible road rage incident continued on the freeway with the shots being fired somewhere near bernal road in pleasanton. for a time chp did rolling shutdowns of northbound 680 to search for bullet casings and evidence. it snarled traffic during the evening commute. the driver of the victim's vehicle was unharmed. he stayed on scene with chp.
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now the victim's friends, who arrived on scene told me that the two men were traveling home to stockton. they had been working, possibly in the san jose area, and they say this attack was random. chp saying it might have been road rage. they are asking any witnesses to come forward to speak with investigators. live in livermore, katie utehs, abcnews. >> thank you. we did use the abc 7 news app to send out a push alert about the freeway shooting. download the app so you can learn about news as it breaks. the wake of the deadly explosions years ago in san bruno and the possibility that their equipment may have played a role in the north bay and the recent butte county fires, tonight there is a bombshell report about pg&e. the utility is accused of lying for years about safety maintenance on natural gas lines. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard live in the newsroom. >> larry, the california public utilities commission says pg&e failed to mark the location of underground natural gas lines years after the deadly san bruno explosion.
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>> disgusting. very upsetting. >> former san bruno mayor can't believe it. the california public utilities commission accusing pg&e of falsifying safety documents for natural gas pipelines for years following its criminal conviction for the san bruno pipeline explosion in 2010, which killed eight people. >> i mean, that's after san bruno, you think by then things would have changed. falsifying documents? i mean. >> the cpuc has opened a case against pg&e. its investigation revealed the company failed to mark natural gas lines because of low staffing and pressured supervisors to falsify safety records between 2012 and 2017. the cpuc president saying utility falsification of records is a serious violation of law and diminishes our trust in the utilities' reports on their progress. >> this shows that they did not learn their lesson. >> peninsula state senator jerry hill blasted the utility for
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putting the public at risk. >> i question the board of directors of pg&e. how can they sit there and allow this leadership, and this management of this company to continue to do business as usual. >> pg&e said in a statement we're committed to accurate and thorough reporting and recordkeeping, and we didn't live up to that commitment this case. he believes the people of his city deserve better. >> people lost their lives. and i never ever want to see that happen again. >> now pg&e says it's working to update its audit protocol. senator jerry hill wants the puc to put a monitor in place to take over management of marking underground pipelines. in the newsroom, cornell bernard, abcnews. >> cornell, thank you. for more on the accusations against pg&e and the san bruno pipeline disaster, go to our website, all right. the weekend is here, and heavy rain is on its way to the bay area. right now, though, it's pretty dry outside. this is a live look from our abc
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7 roof camera. it looks pretty pleasant. earlier, though, it was a different story. the fist of two systems began soaking the bay area and making the evening commute a little messier. spencer christian joins us with live doppler 7. hi, spencer. >> okay, ama, you're right. it's pretty calm out there. a little few scattered sprinkles moving through the north bay. this is the view at the golden gate. our air quality is in decline. tomorrow will be a winter spare the air day with poor air quality expected in the north bay. no wood burning. what's left of our current storm through tomorrow ranks 1 on the storm impact scale. we'll see scattered spotty showers, mainly north bay, under .2 of an inch in most locations. taking us into the morning hours, you see little pockets of isolated showers moving through the north bay tomorrow. then comes the more significant storm that will be on sunday. a storm ranking 2 on the impact scale. a storm of moderate intensity. it will bring heavy rain at times, strong gusty wind and rough dangerous surf.
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a closer look at the sunday storm in a few minutes. ama and larry? >> all right, spencer, we'll see glow a few. spencer was just mentioning stay out of the water and away from san francisco beaches this weekend, especially ocean beach through monday night. that is the urgent warning from san francisco's emergency management team after the national weather service issued a high surf warning with projected waves of 40 to 50 feet. now smaller waves also expected at china beach and into the bay near crissy field. >> visually, you may think that it's okay, but the water and the force of the water specifically the tow is going to be so strong that it could actually suck a person into the bay and you can become a victim. >> lieutenant baxter added that waves could be too severe for even the rescue crews to get into the water to try to save you. take a look at this. yikes. this is lake tahoe. strong winds. >> that's a lake? >> yeah. whipped up 4-foot waves. the coast guard said people were out on their boards, taking
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advantage of the high surf. they do advise, though, surfers and boaters, do not go out on the water. remember wrorks ucan che remember, you can check the weather conditions op your app. a federal judge has ruled the affordable care act, or obamacare is unconstitutional, specifically, he ruled that the individual health care mandate is unconstitutional. under obamacare, those without health insurance had the pay a penalty. president trump signed a tax bill ending those fines, but that won't take effect until next year. this new ruling threatens to end protections for people with preexisting conditions. governor jerry brown released a statement saying this texas judge has no right to deprive millions of californians of their health care by invalidating the affordable care act. california will vigorously fight this wanton and cruel action. president trump has selected an acting chief of staff to replace john kelly. budget director mick mulvaney
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will step into the role when kelly leaves at the end of the year. the president tweeting mulvaney has done an outstanding job in his administration. he also praised kelly's service in a tweet, calling him a great patriot. former first lady michelle obama spoke to a sold-out crowd in san jose tonight. she was at the sap center, promoting her best-selling book, "becoming." carlos salcedo is there live for us. carlos? >> well, larry, some people are still streaming out of the sap center tonight. mrs. bohm spoke for almost two hours in front of a sold-out crowd of 12,000. a glamorous michelle obama walked out to a roaring crowd. the former first lady greeted like a rock star. >> wow. you guys doing good out there? [ cheering ] >> woo! >> the moderator initial norris brought up of that sweet exchange between her and george w. bush. >> he had the presence of mind and the sense of humor to bring
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me a mint. and he made it a point to give me that mint right then and there. and that's the beauty of george bush. >> mrs. obama shared experiences and events that shaped her life and are now part of her memoir. they were at capacity, some waited hours to be the first inside. >> it was my girls' birthday presents. so i thought this would be once in a lifetime opportunity. >> people came from all over the bay area, some as far as sacramento. >> it just warms my heart, you know, just to be able to get near her, to see her. >> diana evans got emotional describing this moment, wanting to look her best, she brought out her michelle obama swag. >> i just wanted to shine her light along with me wearing it. >> the former first lady has not only inspired fashion choices, but empowered young women. >> to be able to see her, it has been really inspiring. >> michelle's message to our youth -- >> you so many mistakes you can
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recover from, so much you can learn from. don't beat yourself up, but you haven't figure it out and your only 20. >> some encouraging words there. many people say that they left inspired. now 10% of tonight's ticket sales will be donated to a nonprofit that helps student dreamers graduate from college. reporting live in san jose, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. >> thank you, carlos. earlier today mrs. obama met a group of future leaders with public allies. the organization prepares diverse young people for careers in public service. a local chapter came to the seven trees community center in san jose to get advice. >> that you're going to have any sign of success you have to be prepared to fail, maybe even at every turn. >> michelle obama has been such a meaningful presence to all of us. >> what it means to be a powerful woman of color with grace and poise belief for sure. >> in the '90s, mrs. obama founded the chicago chapter of
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public allies. she remains a strong supporter. coming up, preparing for the big one. who will be footing the bill for earthquake upgrades of unsafe buildings in oakland. good news if you're heading to the dmv. why lines may be finally getting shorter. and growing up, something god for camp fire victims. what is now on tap at hundreds of breweries across the country. first, here is a look at what's coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel live after abc 7 news at 11:00. >> this is why albert edison discovered electricity. ♪ all right. ♪ ♪
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♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back.
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lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. more than 1400 apartment buildings in oakland are going
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to need seismic upgrades. the chronicle reports the city passed an ordinance today requiring soft story buildings to make the changes within the next six years. soft story buildings typically have parking or maybe businesses on the ground floor, and that can leave them vulnerable to collapse during an earthquake. the ordinance also places limits as to how much of the retrofit costs can be passed on to tenants. >>. >> the latest report crunching dmv data shows wait times are fnally dropping. following a frenzy of complaints over the summer, the agency launched a plan to slash the long lines. the last week of july, the average wait time without an appointment was 130 minutes. that's average. according to a november report to the senate, that number dropped to 46 minutes the last week of october. more staffing and tech upgrades are part of the reboot. >> now we'll just go there for fun. >> absolutely. who wouldn't want to go? >> yes. here's where we want to go tonight. several bay area breweries have a new beer on tap for a gooze a
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custody. >> sierra nevada's resilience ipa is being made and sold across the country. the chico-based brewery created the special beer for relief and offered the recipe to other breweries who wanted to help. that includes drake's in oakland, where it just went on tap today. patrons of the bar said good deeds and great beer were a perfect match. >> that's a great idea. everyone loves beer. everyone wants to help out. it's a great idea. it's a really smart way to fund raise. >> nearly 1400 breweries all across the nation are making the beer. and what's great about this, normally they're very secretive about their formulas. this they opened up and gave it to everybody. everybody jumped in and the proceeds will go to the camp fire. it is the weekend. how much rain are we going to get? >> and do you want to go to the mall to avoid the rain? >> spend all day sunday at the mall. here is a look at live doppler7 at the moment. we have light spotty showers moving through the north bay,
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but you can see from the exploratorium camera, along the embarcadero and over the skyline of san francisco, things are quiet and calm. 57 degrees here in the city. 55 across the bay in oakland. mountain view, 56. 49 in morgan hill. 55 in half moon bay. here is the view from the east bay hills camera, looking westward along the bridge. temperatures in the low to mid-50s. rosa, napa, san rafael, vacaville, concord and livermore. one more view of the golden gate where traffic is flowing freely and the pavement does not look wet. we may see a few more scattered showers tomorrow, mainl t north bay. a stronger storm on sunday that will continue overnight sunday into early monday. and woo el have a dryer pattern developing for the middle of next week. what's left of the current storm ranks only one on the impact. tomorrow we may see a few spotty showers, mainly north bay once again. under .2 in most locations. starting at midnight, notice as we see these little areas of green moving onshore. it's mainly, again, a north bay event overnight tonight and
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through the day tomorrow. so most of the remainder of the area will be dry tomorrow. but that won't last long. overnight lows, generally upper 40s to low 50s into the morning hours. and then tomorrow's highs in the afternoon will be mainly in the low 60s, except a little cooler in the north bay, where highs will reach only to the upper 50s in some spots. now let's talk about the weekend's main event storm wise. this is the storm coming in on unday. it ranks 2 on the storm impact scale. a storm of moderate intensity. expected to produce between 3/4 of an inch and 1.5 inches of rain for most of the bay area with wind gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour. perhaps stronger at times. and we'll see rough and dangerous surf. here is that forecast animation. starting a midnight tomorrow night, going into sunday morning, we'll see surges of rain, sometimes moderate to heavy. mainly in the north bay until midday. then we'll see the rain reaching to other parts of the bay area southward and eastward into the afternoon and evening hours. it's going to be quite a wet and windy day on sunday for virtually all of the by area. and the rainfall totals we project once again, you can see
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the rain share from about 3/4 to well over an inch. maybe up to 2 inches calistoga and at santa rosa. and on we go to our high surf warn, which will be in effect from 9:00 a.m. sunday to 9:00 p.m. monday. wave heights will be elevated. a strong large west-northwest swell. we'll see breaker waves between 25 and 40 feet high. and there is a possibility of dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. once we get through sunday shopping at the mall, umbrella shopping mainly, we'll have a drying out on monday. and then for the remainder of next week, tuesday through friday, look for a brighter skies and dryer conditions. and no storms in sight after sunday for a while. >> that's good. a little break. thank you. >> all right. the royals released an adorable christmas card. and wait until you see our morning team show. our mornin show team. words go better in the other order. >> they
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♪ little girl and boy land ♪ while you dwell within it ♪ you are ever happy there daddy, it's christmas! ♪ childhoods, joyland never let go of your dreams. the mercedes-benz winter event is back. lease the glc 300 for $459 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. ♪ ♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪
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the royal family is getting into the holiday spirit. kensington palace released photos that will be used in official christmas cards. looks pretty good, doesn't it? this one shows the duke and duchess. it's not like they take a bad picture, let's be honest. >> photogenic. >> you also have prince george in the back and princess charlotte and kate holding prince lilly. so cute. >> now check out these royal impostors. who are these people? that's our abcmornings team. alexis, jessica, mike and reggie holding mickey, he is portraying the baby. they had some time and somebody did a great job of photo shop. if you really want to laugh, check out my twitter account. somebody doctored something. i don't want to give it away, but i promise you'll laugh. they took photo shop to a whole new level.
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>> you'll laugh out loud. >> you might be scared also. what a game tonight. >> it with australia great game. we always talk about the l.a.-bay area rivalry. we got a northern california rival which rhode island. we're talking sacramento/bay area. it with us a good one. round two at golden center, a
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♪ ♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪ abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. >> the warriors fought to win their first meeting of the season against the kings, which they did by one point at home. tonight at golden one center, the battle was even tougher. the kings set the tone by trolling steph curry before the game with video of the moon landing. very good, but it didn't work. he had a game high 35.
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kevin durant pitched in 33. warriors led by 12 at the half. in the third quarter, here is something you don't see very often. klay dunking. nice. and you don't see this very often either. he missed the three, but he'll get it back and lay it in. 27 in this one for klay. curry a little give-and-go with draymond green. that leads to another 3. he had five total in this one. the warriors led by as much as 16, but they let the kings back in it. healed lays it in. and justin jackson from the corner. the kings went on a 25-5 run to take a ten-point lead. less than a minute left, klay connects on the huge 3. the warriors went on a 17-2 run. the warriors take a one-point lead. hield for the tie with seven second left, misses. the warriors go on to survive, 130-125. a's revealed today that their platinum glove winning
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third baseman had another surgical procedure this off-season. matt chapman understood went an arthroscopic procedure on his left shoulder to relieve discomfort. the team can s calling the distal clavicle reception a success. he'll be able to swing a bat in six weeks and make a full recovery before spring training. his right thumb is also expected to be good to go by spring. he had a surgical procedure on that in october. the raiders took another hit today, though they knew this one was copping. the nfl suspended martavis bryant indefinitely. they allowed the 26-year-old retriever to play while he appealed breaking the terms of his additional reinstatement. bryant has been suspended twice for violating the league's substance abuse policy. the raiders picked up a pick in the 18th draft to acquire him from steelers. he played in eight games before being put on injured reserve with a knee injury. if there is an award for best gift of the year, drew saints quarterback gave
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every teammate and coach who helped him achieve an nfl passing record a custom-painted football. brees set the record during a monday night game in week five. each ball is personalized like this one nor mike karney. it has a number of receptions carney caught from brees and a total number of yards. 174 people received these very unique gifts. this abc sports report sponsored by river rock casino. and the bad part is how many are going to show up op ebay? i hope not many. >> i hope zero.
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i think i speak for all of us when i say the weekend is here! thanks for watching. i'm larry beil.
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>> i'm ama daetz. for mindi, >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, justin theroux, from "the party's just beginning," karen gillan, and music from gucci mane featuring kevin gates. and now, no sudden movements, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice, thank you. hey, everyone. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you all for coming. we have so much. we have so much to get to tonight. we have li


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