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meteorologist mike nicco. >> i want to set the table with our storm impact scale, our exclusive way of letting you know what to expect out of this storm. it's a 1, even though the rain is moderate at times, it will be steadiest this morning, becoming scattered this afternoon. up to a third of an inch. between vasco road and marsh creek road, we have some downpours just to the east of blackhawk and mount diablo. that's heading up towards brent would the, discovery bay, antioch and oakley. highway 4 will be wetter than it is right now. we have some steady right rain just about everywhere including down in san jose, 280 and 17. so low to mid 50s at 7:00. mid to upper 50s noon to 4:00. we try to bring sunshine. then isolated at 7:00 this evening with mid 50s.
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it's a wet commute so let's get over to jobina. >> we are still continuing to follow this situation in san jose right now. seven-car crash reported by the chp on northbound 280 before state route 87. speeds are low at 9 miles per hour in that area. the backup extends more than two miles at this point. they're focused on the injuries right now involved in this crash. three left lanes have been blocked at this point. we will continue to follow that for you this morning. leaving you with a live look at the san mateo bridge. earlier this morning i was reporting that there was some flooding at the end of the bridge once you got off heading west bound there. that has been cleared up now. >> thanks. the rain is being blamed for a landslide on the peninsula. >> our storm watch team coverage continues with amy hollyfield who is live in san bruno with the closures now in place. >> good morning. this salk and this lane on san bruno avenue are closed.
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we're at the top of this hill of this slide. this is between glenside drive and crestmoore drive. they're worried about how this could impact this sidewalk if it goes more. here's some pictures of the area. san bruno said about 30 feet of hillside eroded. the emergency declaration enables them to hire experts who can mitigate the landslide and try to keep the erosion from impacting the sidewalk. we don't have a lot of rain happening here right now, but this is what they are worried about. this is rain in san jose. this is this morning. we are expecting steady rain like this throughout the day. all this rain could compromise vulnerable hillsides. san bruno officials will be keeping a close eye on this one. they say at this time no homes are threatened by this unpredictable hill. everyone is okay. it's not threatening people, but they do want everyone aware they have cordoned off
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this area of san bruno avenue. reporting live in san bruno, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thanks. you can track the storm with the abc7 news app. we have live doppler 7 on the app and you can enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. just an hour to go until the impeachment inquiry into president trump enters a new phase. this morning the house goo dish egyptair committee will hold their first hearing with constitutional experts. >> reporter: this morning, the impeachment investigation is entering a new phase as democrats prepare to finalize their case against president trump. chairman jerry nadler whose judiciary committee is in charge of drawing up articles of impeachment will hold the panel's first hearing today with constitutional experts. house intelligence chairman adam schiff telling reporters, following 30 hours of public testimony and 12 witness, the intelligence committee found the president placed his own personal and political interests above that of the united states.
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>> this is the result of a president who believes he is beyond indictment and impeachment and above the law. >> reporter: the president who is attending a nato summit in london says he is not concerned with the hearing. the intelligence committee report indicates that the president obstructed congress by stonewalling efforts to investigate. the president says that he wants his top officials to testify but not if the impeachment inquiry is a total fix. >> abc news will have live coverage of the impeachment hearing that is supposed to begin at 7:00 a.m. at the live desk, we have a candid moment caught on camera between prime minister justin trudeau chatting with other world leaders. the interaction stirred speculation that they were mocking president trump. here's the video right here behind me here. french president emmanuel macron, british prime minister boris johnson and we believe princess anne were chatting yesterday during a reception at buckingham palace.
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president trump's name is never mentioned in the conversation, but trudeau can be heard referring to a 40-minute press conference earlier in the day president trump took reporters questions for 39 minutes during a photo op with macron. president trump is responding to the video calling the prime minister trudeau two-faced. >> okay. a man who helped negotiate a naming rights deal for the oakland coliseum is facing criminal charges. our media partners at the east bay times reports that scott mcgibben is accused of violating conflict of interest laws by asking for a $50,000 fee. he was the coliseum authority executive director. the agency eventually struck a deal with ring central. the head wrestling coach at oak grove high school is in custody this morning on child molestation charges. officers arrested 60-year-old bruce shelton monday at his home in los banos.
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he is accused of lewd and lascivious acts with a 14-year-old boy. he worked in the east side union high school district for 37 years. he was honored with a california wrestling lifetime service award in 2016. he retired in 2017 but remained as oak grove's wrestling coach. happening today in san diego, governor newsom is expected to make a major funding announcement on homelessness. the governor will make the announcement at 10:00 this morning near san diego at the loma linda veterans village, which is an apartment community for low income vet rap erans an family members. in september governor newsom signed 13 bills into law that provided $650 million to local governments for emergency homelessness aid. kamala harris drops out of the presidential race. what's next for the california senator and her response after president trump tweeted about her decision. new at 6:00, how 200,000 uninsured americans will be getting the hiv prevention drug for free. and here's a live look at
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san rafael. some rain and it's wet as we look south on 101. most of your outdoor activities revolve around steady and light to moderate
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good morning. 6:10 on this wet wednesday. our super commuters continue to be the most challenged in the early part of their commute before they come through the altamont pass. it's been raining heavily there for hours. same thing for brentwood, discovery bay, kirker pass, vasco road all with moderate rain. the rest of us dealing with intermittent lighter rain. the east bay valleys have a chance of rain just about the tirn da entire day today. for the peninsula, a chance of rain through 3:00. upper 50s this afternoon. for the north bay, we have a chance of rain, best through 1:00. 57 at 3:00. that's as warm as it gets. south bay, a chance of rain through 3:00. one of our warmer areas as we try to get to 60. the east bay shoreline, a chance of rain through 1:00, 58. at 5:00 another chance of rain, 56. for san francisco, a chance of
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rain just about every hour all the way up through 5:00. we get a break tomorrow. more heavy rain is on the way friday. here's jobina. >> good morning. we have a sigalert in san jose. this is a crash we were talking about earlier. the chp upgraded this to a sigalert. nine cars are involved in this crash. this is northbound 280 before state route 87. serious injuries have been reported. emergency crews are on the scene there. speeds are low. still at 9 miles per hour. three lanes are blocked. it's a messy situation. the backup extends more than two miles at this point. just be aware if you're headed out of san jose this morning. a live look at oakland, 880, a number of spinouts because of the wet roads. this is live right next to the coliseum. please just take it slowly out there. >> thanks. there are just three weeks until vchristmas, so the
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. welcome back. it's 6:15. the ntsb has released its preliminary report into what it believes is a deadly plane crash even though no wreckage has been found. on board was justin winfrey and kayla rodriguez, two friends from san francisco. on thursday, october 24th, they flew in justin's plane from novato to shelter cove. the two were seen having dinner at a local restaurant and left around 8:30. according to the ntsb report, a witness observed the airplane depart at 9:00 p.m. and reported that the sky was completely dark with no horizon. searchers have found no sign of the plane or the two people on board. the ntsb report calls it a fatal accident. winfrey is a businessman and landlord. in addition to being a pilot, rodriguez is his tenant and
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worked as a labor and delivery nurse at cpmc in san francisco. new at 6:00, no insurance, no problem. the trump administration will give 200,000 uninsured americans access to hiv preventive drugs for free. health and human services is launching a program called ready, set, prep. it allows patients not enrolled in a federal health program to get prep with is a daily pill. they can sign up at the drug company behind it promised to donate the pills after discussions with the trump administration. some cities including san francisco already have programs to help people pay for prep. snoop dogg is bringing babies into his doggy dog world. the rapper has adapted his hit songs into lullabies. his new album will be released this friday. it includes instrumental versions of begin and juice and drop it like it's hot. >> that's what every child needs in their life.
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mm-hmm. >> it's important that their instrumental versions. >> that is important. >> he could do something like -- how could he change it? rolling inee >> sipping on what? >> sipping on apple juice. >> laid back. with a mind on my d on my d on binkie on my mind. >> you need to copyright that. >> i needed to be real careful. >> wow, we're family friendly. not so friendly, the weather. mother nature is bringing it. you can see it's raining now as we're just south of san jose international looking north towards it. that's the julian street overpass which flooded last time
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we had rain. it looks okay now. i'll talk to jobina about that. rain tapering to scattered showers are today. isolated showers and fog tonight. stronger storm soaking us on friday. look at our high temperatures today. lake port and fairfield at 56. most of us in the upper 50s. we have the chance of 60s around san jose, morgan hill and santa cruz. just barely 60 to 61. tonight, slightly cooler. mid to upper 40s in most neighborhoods. 51 in san francisco. 50 in oakland. we have delays at sfo. 36 minutes, oakland and san jose doing okay. even with the wet weather. you can see it's just periods of rain on the peninsula right now while the rest of us are getting steadier rain. the area of low pressure, you can see the curl in it the atmosphere. it will keep the heaviest rain to the south. some of it is trying to work its way up towards us. let's look at future radar. 7:00 this morning, yellows and oranges. those continue up to the santa
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cruz mountains until noon while the rest of us are starting to thin out, which we're doing at 6:00. overnight we'll become isolated. just some isolated showers tomorrow. for the most part it's going to be dry. we took the storm impact scale away and brought it back. a 2 for friday, a light storm for saturday and sunday. finally dry monday and tuesday. >> thank you, mike. we have a sigalert in san jose, really awful situation here. nine-car crash, very serious injuries reported. this is northbound 280 before state route 87. you can see still 9 miles per hour. the traffic is hardly moving through that area. we know emergency crews are on the scene. three lanes are still blocked. we're watching this for you. the backup extends more than 2 miles right now. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see things are stacked up there. metering lights came on at 5:11 this morning. it was wet earlier from 3:00 or so and it's still that way right
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now. be careful out there. looking now at our drive times, we have tracy to dublin, an hour and eight minutes. antioch to concord, 27-minute rite. san rafael to san francisco, 17 minutes there. "good morning america" getting an exclusive first look at the 2019 people of the year issue. >> for the first time ever the are. the all female foursome include jennifer aniston who reveals she's open to finding love at 50. former first lady, michelle obama gets the issue for embracing her new role as be best-selling author. taylor swift is being featured. and finally jennifer lopez who says she's looking forward to her upcoming super bowl performance. >> three out of four ain't bad. the top baby names of 2019 have been revealed. the name making the top ten for the first the top issues
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several hours. thunderstorms possible, too. it will be windy with a threat of flooding. best up in the north bay where we have the best chance of thunderstorms it slides down the peninsula and into the santa cruz mountains. more on this coming up. let's get to kumasi with more news. this morning senator kamala harris is preparing for a final tour of her campaign offices across the country after announcing she is dropping out of the presidential race. >> it is with deep regret but also with deep gratitude that i am suspending our campaign today. my campaign for president simply does not have the financial resources to continue. >> she announced her intentions to seek the white house back in january in oakland. harris did well in the early debates but could not keep the momentum going. president trump tweeted after the announcement saying too bad. we will miss you, kamala. then she responded, don't worry, mr. president, i'll see you at your trial. this was referring to the impeachment. with harris bowing out, there
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are 15 democratic candidates left. the next debate is december 19th. joe biden, elizabeth warren, bernie sanders, pete buttigieg, amy klobucharbucharbucharbucharr qualified. companies are scrambling to deliver 2 billion packages. this year there's 27 days between thanksgiving and christmas. that's six days fewer than usual. add on the billions in e commerce sales this year and -- >> we have not seen this short of a holiday season since 2013 when e-commerce sales at that time was probably less than half of what they are today. >> there are a few dates to keep in mind if you want that present delivered on time. foreground delivery, december 13th. for
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this year mohammed has made the top ten in baby names. topping the list sophia is number one for girls. followed by olivia and emma. for boys, top names in 2019 included liam, jackson and noah. keanu reeves starred in several movies this year and baby center said that helped his name gain popularity. keanu saw a 24% spike in popularity. >> interesting. new at 6:30, impeachment showdown. the local law expert who will testify on capitol hill. and plans are under way to eventually replace the richmond-san rafael bridge. now local officials are asking for your help. proposed street changes designed to improve safety on
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now at 6:30, another wet commute. a new storm has moved in to the bay area. >> as we head towards noon it will become more scattered. same thing in the afternoon hours, then just isolated showers for the evening. >> the death of a 72-year-old woman on one of fremont's most dangerous streets sparking demands for action. >> ever since the '50s, we traded safety for speed. >> but not everyone is on board with proposed improvements. >> how about you hire one more police officer. >> cleaning up some of san francisco's most disgusting streets one block at a time. the new plan to make the city better for everyone. plus bond is back. a first look at the new trailer for "no time to die" and how the new female 007 is reacting to her historic role.
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we start off with live doppler 7. we're tracking rain across the bay area. get ready for a wet and slower commute. >> good morning, everyone. it is wednesday, december 4th. i know you've been tracking that commute. >> yes. i don't know if people have rain fatigue, but i talked about how it would be raining during the morning commute, at the morning meaning this morning, everybody is like what's going on? >> i said what i said. >> it's like rain denial for me. i'm out and like man. >> some people love it. they're so happy. and then kumasi. >> pretty much. we have a one on the storm impact scale. rain is steadiest this morning. moderate downpours, and then
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scattered showers for the rest of the day. up to a third of an inch is possible. ponding on the roadways this morning. heavy rain moving through antioch, crossing deer valley road and highway 4. that's heading to the north. watch out up around fairfield. you can see heavier rain moving in to santa cruz and watsonville that will head to the south wba in the next half hour or so. the rain is coming to us from the south. the south bay, the santa cruz mountains and the east bay has the best chance of rain. heaviest this morning and scattered during the morning hours. mid to upper 50s now through 4:00. isolated chances of rain for the evening commute. jobina? >> we are still following the sigalert in san jose. really serious situation here. nine cars involved in this crash. this is northbound 280 before state route8 87. serious injuries have been reported.
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speeds are down to 6 miles per hour. three lanes are still blocked. emergency crews are on the scene. the backup extends more than three miles. i'm still watching that for you all. walnut creek, definitely busy right now. live look at 680. very slow. lots of brake lights. we're seeing slick conditions. we saw a ton of spinouts. be careful. >> thank you. >> changes could be coming to a stretch of road in fremont that's been deadly for pedestrians. >> last night the city council met to discuss proposed changes to niles boulevard between the b.a.r.t. overpass and nursery avenue between niles and riveria drive. not everyone agrees on this effort. abc7 news reporter lauren martinez joins us live on niles boulevard with more on this disagreement. lauren? >> these proposed street changes are designed to improve safety
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after several pedestrian crashes. we told you about last friday night, 72-year-old suzanne ogi and her dog, molly, were struck and killed by a car. witnesses say the driver stopped briefly and then took off. there have been at least two other deadly crashes in this area as well. the proposals include reducing lanes, constructing missing sidewalks and putting a traffic light at rock avenue, the site of that fatal accident. people spoke for and against these changes. >> there's an urgency to it. too many people have died this year. we're on a record pace this year. it's really bad if you're a pedestrian in fremont. >> how about you spend the fraction of the money and hire one more police officer to spend more time on traffic enforcement. that would be a solution. >> the majority of the city council supports the city's proposals. hans larsen, public works director for the city of fremont says they hope to solicit bids on the project by the spring and for construction
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to begin by the summer of 2020. reporting live in fremont, lauren martinez, abc7 news. >> all right. thank you. the impeachment spotlight now shifts to the house judiciary committee. pamela karlan will be among four legal and constitutional experts testifying today. the committee will ask them questions and then they'll decide if there are grounds for drafting articles of impeachment against president trump. yesterday the house intelligence committee released its impeachment inquiry report. it says the president sought assistance from ukraine to benefit his re-election campaign. president trump calls it a hoax. abc new also have live coverage beginning at 7:00 a.m. at the live desk, more on that candid moment at the nato summit caught on camera. justin trudeau and other world
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leaders chatting about president trump stirring speculation that they were mocking him. french president emanuel paman n macron, boris johnson and princess anne were seen chatting. president trump's name was never mentioned in the conversation but it appears they were referring his 40-minute press conference earlier in the day. this morning president trump responded to the video. >> well, he's two-faced. >> you think germany is too -- >> actually, with trudeau, i find him to be a nice guy. the truth is that i called him out on the fact that he's not paying 2%, and i guess he's never happy about it. you were there. >> trudeau and macron were asked about the video this morning. spokespersons for both parties said no comment. >> thanks. happening today, a decision is expected on whether to dismiss the remaining gun charge
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incquitted of killing kate steinle. jose ines garcia zarate, an undocumented immigrant, was back in court yesterday. two years ago he was acquitted of all but a gun charge in the shooting death of steinle at san francisco's pier 14. the sole conviction was overturned by an appeal court which said the judge improperly instructed jurors. now his attorney said a judge asked the district attorney not to retry him. garcia zarate still faces federal weapons charges. abc7 news is committed to building a better bay area. it is no secret san francisco's sidewalks can become messy. by that we are referring to human and animal waste. it's so visible in the tenderloin district it's nicknamed code brown. to fix the neighborhood's problem, there's a plan to steam clean and pressure wash every single block once a week. it's being paid for by property owners who agreed to an extra tax. >> we see how much is being done. when you see the groups here today that are helping and you still knows there more work to
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be done, it's something we always think about. >> this is part of a two-pronged approach. san francisco extended a pilot program for 24-hour bathrooms. >> homelessness is one of the major challenges in building a better bay area. b.a.r.t. is trying to meet the challenge with a new partnership. and you're looking at the new york stock exchange. the markets are up 170 points. and how you can tell officials your vision for the richmond-san rafael bridge. right now we have rain all around us. >> if it keeps up like this, i'll bring an umbrella and you can do a little fred astair for us. >> i can tap dance. >> we have more rain this morning, and more for friday, saturday and sunday. that's the bay bridge toll plaza right now. let's look at your commute planner. you'll see the heaviest of the rain will fall this morning.
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whether you're driving on the bay or in mass transit. let me show you where some of the steadier rain is now. it's mainly across the south bay. you can see some moderate rain up in the mountains around mount hamilton. it's all rain. you have steady rain from yountville, napa, american canyon, towards benicia and vallejo. our 12-hour planner, we'll start in the east bay, we have a chance of rain all throughout the day. temperatures in the mid 50s. it's not going to be a steady rain. it will be off and on through 3:00 in the peninsula. also with upper 50s. up in the north bay, a chance through 1:00. as far as the south bay, we have a chance. let's see that, all the way through 3:00. temperatures 60 there. east bay shoreline, upper 50s, a chance through 5:00, and finally in san francisco, a chance through 5:00. our steadiest rains this morning, then scattered the rest of the day. jobina? >> we are still following the
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sigalert in san jose. very serious situation there. nine cars involved in a crash. injuries have been reported. emergency crews are on the scene. this is northbound 280 just before state route 87. you can see here from our nap, the speeds are very low, down to 6 miles per hour. the backup extends more than 3 miles back. awful to hear about the injuries there. live look at the richmond-san rafael bridge. you can see the puddles there. it doesn't look like there's too much rain there at moment. we've been seeing it on and off in that area. lots of spinouts as well. be careful. maybe an idea to avoid the issues on the road is mass transit. no delays for the ferries. b.a.r.t. has 55 trains running. all ace trains are on time.
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we were talking about the rain that's falling across the bay area. it's blamed for a landslide on the pineninsula. >> amy hollyfield is live in san bruno can the closures now in place. >> good morning. here is the hillside. this is in san bruno. about 30 feet has gone. this sidewalk is closed. we're at the top of the hill,
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they blocked off a lane on san bruno avenue. they have declared a local emergency. they say about 30 feet eroded. it's not raining here right now, but this is what they are the r this morning. we are expecting rain like this throughout most of the day. all of this rain could compromise this hillside and others even more. the declaration of emergency allows city crews in san bruno to work on the situation and to mitigate the slide. they say no homes are threatened, no people, everyone is okay. but they're keeping a close eye on this. they want you to be aware of these cones and this area that they have protected around this slide. we're on san bruno avenue between glenside and -- right here at glenside and san bruno. reporting live in san bruno, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> thanks. you can track the storm with the abc7 news app. we have live doppler 7 on the
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app and you can enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. traffic is one issue we're focused on as part of our effort to build a bet ter the richmond-san rafael bridge has been a source of major issues for thousands of drivers including lane closures. you might remember crews had to shore up the expansion joints after concrete fell on to the lower deck on two occasions earlier this year. now north bay assemblyman mark levine is asking for your input. he wants to hear from you on what type of bridge is needed to meet the region's needs into the next century. if you have feedback, levine is ask you to post it on social media with #ridgemondbridge. traffic affecting your quality of life that's why abc7 news spent a week looking at your commute options from apps to avoid gridlock to bridges that could have been built but weren't. all of our stories are online, this holiday season b.a.r.t.
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is teaming up with an unlikely partner to offer a helping hand to homeless people across the bay area. now, in the past, salvation army red kettle bell ringers have not been allowed to collect donations inside b.a.r.t. stations. now all 48 stations will have red kettles and bell ringers. b.a.r.t.'s board president acknowledges what riders already know, homelessness is a huge issue on b.a.r.t. trains and the stations. abc7 news has shown you the real images up close. contributions from the public may help to fix the problem. >> the money you give is going to be spent to help people we encounter that are in the system that really need support to be housed and have drug treatment and so forth. >> the salvation army will spend the money in the county where it was collected. as always we want to hear your y ba joining our betterertt
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bay area group on facebook. new this morning, the trailer is out for the next james bond movie. he'er "no time to die." >> where's 007? >> i need a favor, brother. there's no one else to trust. >> the world has moved on. commander bond. >> you're 00. >> two years. so stay in your lane. if you get moo my way, i will put a bullet in your knee. the one that works. >> oh. action packed. the cast appeared on "gma" this mornin morning. >> you are a 00? you forgot the 7. >> yeah. >> can you explain that to us at all in. >> she's definitely a double o agent for sure.
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skillful. swift. suave. she has a bunch of attitude and has caused a whole lot of shaking up in the franchise. >> wait, so she didn't really answer the question. >> un-huh. >> she didn't. >> so we don't know. >> we don't. >> okay. all right. >> i'm assuming it's a tease. >> i like a mystery. "no time to die" hits theaters in april of next year >> daniel craig has been trying to get out of that franchise for the last couple of movies. >> it might be time? >> yeah. >> female bond. >> i like it. yes, ladies. >> big fan. can't wait to see that. we have rain. nice day to see a movie if you can. friday may be adoo g movie. saturday and sunday we can venture outside monday and tuesday when it dries out. the heaviest rain is falling this morning. a brief break tomorrow before a
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5hetomp south, we have the peninsula, south bay and east t b morng hours. then youba cany, see the north will get as it becomes more scattered. then overnight it isolated. far aa 4:s00ri in f the morning, fine. look at all that yellow ando he for several hours friday. that is why the storm is a 2, moderate. it will turn over to scattered showers, a 1 for saturday and rnday two dry days in abina? ri made the commute tough for a lot of people, personally downonn inui follow a sigalert. this is northbound 280 before state route 87. nine cars are involved in this crash. it's awful down there. serious injuries have been reported. we know the tow truck i a fmutb. because traffic is backed up so badly, more than three miles
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right now, they're having to take the right hand shoulder up so they can get to the area. speeds are low, down to 9 and 15 miles per hour in that area. so, if you're coming outs of san jose, be aware. looking live now at the golden gate bridge, you can see the rain drops on the camera there. wet conditions across all of our bridges now. be careful there as well. we witnessed a lot of spin spin on our board. albany to the maze, 10 minutes. fremont to san jose, 20-minute ride. highway 101 to cupertino, 18-minute slowdown there. in the south bay, dramatic video shows two burglars using a stolen truck to ram their way into a los altos jewelry store. it happened early monday morning. it took the robber three tries before they busted through the front window. they hopped out and in less than 60 seconds they cleaned out the display cases before taking off in a getaway car. the store owner estimates he lost $200,000 in merchandise. we have posted that raw surveillance video of the crime on our website, you can find it
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coming up on 6:55. whether you're just joining us or heading out the door, 7 things to know before you go. this is live doppler 7, light to moderate rain. the ideal lows bubbyello from the south. scattered showers heading from midmorning to the afternoon hours. isolated showers this evening. the storm is 1, light on the storm impact scale. number two, the city of san bruno declared a local emergency because of a landslide caused by recent storms. officials say no homes were threatened but a stretch of san bruno avenue is closed off. number three, the sigalert in san jose has been tough for people, northbound 280 before
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state route 87. nine cars involved here. serious injuries reported. several lanes are blocked right now. in a few minutes, the hold its first impeachment hearing. legal experts will testify on whether there are grounds to impeach the president. number five, president trump is calling canada's prime minister, justin trudeau, two-faced. that's after trudeau was apparently caught on camera yesterday casually chatting with other world leaders and mocking president trump. number six, dramatic video shows two burglars using a stolen truck to ram their way into a los altos jewelry store on monday. the robbers hopped out and in less than 60 seconds took about $200,000 worth of jewelry. and number seven this morning, more than 200 deserving children will go shopping for christmas gifts with san jose police officers. the 12th annual shop with a cop event will get under way at 7:00 this morning. each child will get a $150 gift card. >> sorry they'll be shopping in
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the rain. >> they'll be inside. >> they're not worried about the rain. bring it on. i love that. >> be prepared for that. >> the toy aisle is dry. that's all they care about. >> all right. we'll leave you now with a live look at washington, d.c. where the ♪
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