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. now at 5:00, future radar is showing us what's in store for the bay area this weekend. not one but two storms set to soak the bay area starting this afternoon. and the wet weather is going to stick around for a while. >> good morning, it's friday, december 6th. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. i know mike has been tracking these storms. getting us prepared. >> yep. watching it for several days right now. we've also been watching the fog at night. southerly winds pumping too much moisture into the air. it can't handle it and turning it into fog. look at livermore and the altamont pass. a couple hundred feet visibility. same thing for fairfield. better in concord. get down to walnut creek, you're looking at a couple hundred yards of visibility looking south on 680 into 24 where it gets thicker this morning. here's my storm impact scale, 2 for heavy rain at times.
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strong, gusty winds, a chance of thunderstorms not onlyodayutto we staff l tos. >> ifou'r headm the east bay across the bay bridge, i want to point out an issue for you that will slow down your commute. the chp says two cars were racing and crashed, this is westbound 80 at 9th street blocking two lanes. debris is all across the roadway. check out the camera. you can see the bay bridge. the backup extends to the incline now. speeds are low there. i'll track that for you. you can see this will be a slow ride for you as you head in this morning. the golden gate bridge has just one car going across right now. in the north bay, the rain brings concern of flooding in the kincade fire fire burn zone. >> santa rosa residents are racing to get prepared with the kincade fire burning 78,000 acres, the scar zones are
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vulnerable to heavy rains. some drentzs spent yesterd resit clearing out gutters and storm drains. yeeping yr phones charged to get emergency alerts. caltrans crews are racing against the incoming storm by placing barriers across part of highway 101. workers also placed sandbags along the highway to keep it from flooding. they're hoping to avoid a repeat of wednesday's flooding. drivers were left stranded as 101 was closed south of salmonella. you can get the same live doppler 7 that mike uses. it's on our abc7 news app. enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone. a woman is recovering after getting pinned under a muni metro train. >> this happened before 11:00 last night on the tracks at 3rd and king street. rescue crews had to lift the
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train to get her out. abc7 news reporter lauren martinez has more from the scene. lauren? >> reporter: reggie and kumasi, everything is running smoothly now. just an hour ago this was a different scene. police officers and investigators had this area taped off. they were trying to figure out what exactly happened. police say that a woman was hit or rather pinned just before 11:00 p.m. she was under the train. the train stopped. the fire department had to come in and bring heavy equipment to get her out. right now police say she's with family. she's doing okay. she's at san francisco general hospital. police say that it's undetermined why she was exactly there. was she trying to walk? police say she wasn't pushed. it happened in the middle of the crosswalk near the island where people get on and off for muni. police say this all just appears to be an accident, but right now
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muni service has been restored. the seems like everything is running as business as usual here. reporting live in san francisco, lauren martinez, abc7 news. your voice your vote at the live desk. senator bernie sanders has taken the lead. the poll was conducted for the "l.a. times"." sanders is in the lead with 4 hr4%. senator elizabeth warren is in second place at 22%. that's a 7 point loss since september when she led the poll. former vice president joe biden has 14%. mayor pete buttigieg with 12%. the poll was done before snaenar kamala harris dropped out earlier this week. nearly 1,700 california democrats participated in the poll. >> interesting. thank you.
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nancy pelosi is getting a lot of attention for pushing back after a reporter asked if she hates the president. >> this is about the constitution of the united states and the facts that lead to the president's violation of his oath of office. as a catholic, i resent you're using the word "hate" in a sentence that addresses me. i don't hate anyone. i was raised in a way that was a heart full of love and always pray for the president >> pelosi told a reporter not to mess with her during a cnn town hall meeting last night. yet another projectile hit a vehicle on highway 101. it happened last night in monterey county in prunedale. there have been 47 cases of projectiles hitting cars in the area since february. this is video from an accident last month. chp is investigating these incidents. this morning a hayward
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police officer is doing fine after being involved in a crash. sky 7 was overhead shortly after it happened yesterday at 4:00 p.m. at mission boulevard and tennyson road. the car that collided with the officer's suv was stolen. the driver was wanted for robberies. there was a pursuit that lasted about a minute, and that suspect hit the patrol vehicle. the suspect wasn't hurt and got arrested. a police dog was in the suv along with the officer driving and both of them are okay. this morning antioch police are looking for a woman who allegedly ran over a barber after a dispute over her son's hair cut. 63-year-old ryan martin underwent surgery yesterday for injuries that he suffered when he was hit by the car. this is a picture that brian sent us from his hospital room to let his customers and friends know he is on the mend. martin says that he just finished cutting the hair of one of ruby delgadillo's sons and she seemed uneasy about something but left the shop.
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20 minutes later he said she came back, showed him a skracra on her son's neck and started cursing. he said he followed her out. >> she's flipping me off, screaming f-u, and she put that thing in drive and floored it. what she did was wrong. there may be some emotional problem she has. the kid shouldn't have to pay a price for this. >> yesterday martin posted this on facebook, it says in part pray for it the lady who hit me. she has two young boys with her. four people are dead after a wild police chase and shootout in florida. nearly a dozen law enforcement officers fired their weapons at two robbery suspects in the middle of yesterday's evening commute. >> shots have been fired. >> this is -- >> you're watching this unfold. you can see all those shots fired. >> reporter: this morning the chilling video of a deadly shootout.
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multiple police agencies in miramar, florida cornering two suspects in rush hour traffic. this was the end of a massive chase that started more than 20 miles away in coral gables. police say two suspects held up a jewelry store, then opened fire as they took off in a van. >> all of a sudden we hear like eight or ten backfires, which clearly were gunshots. >> this is what dangerous people do to get away. >> reporter: at one point a bullet hit coral gables city hall, which was on lockdown. the suspects then carjacked a ups delivery truck, taking off with police close behind. the suspects running red lights, hopping curbs, packages flying out into traffic. the truck coming to a stop on that busy highway in miramar as police vehicles closed in. the chase ending in a barrage of gunfire. >> armed suspects engaged law enforcement, opened fire. there was exchang fire between law enforcement and the suspects.
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and unfortunately the suspects are now deceased but two additional innocent civilians were also deceased. >> reporter: among those innocent victims killed, the ups driver and a bystander inside another car at the scene of the shooting. >> let's look at my storm concerns for what's coming up. standing water on the roadways will cause ponding. power lines will come down, possibly trees and also the flooding is possible in the north bay. for san francisco, we'll be dry through the morning hours. a chance of random showers at 11:00 through 1:00. steadier rain starting at 3:00. notice the temperature dropping as that rain gets heavier. peninsula is quiet through most of the day.
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a random shower possible, mid 60s. by 5:00, a better chance and by 7:00 it should be steady. as far as the east bay goes, quiet through 1:00. a stray shower possible because it's so humid today. 3:00 to 5:00, scattered showers, steadier at 7:00. for the east bay valleys, our steadiest rain will start around 5:00 and get heavier at 7:00. we could have a random shower and mid 60s during the day. in the south bay, you can see it's quiet up to 3:00. scattered showers at 5:00. windy and rainy at 7:00. the evening commute can't escape the rain no matter where you are. let's talk about the commute this morning. >> i want to start off with a look at the bay bridge what you're seeing here are the taillights, the cars trying to come off at 9th street. they are dealing with the backup because of a two-car crash i was telling you about. it's all clear. look at the speeds past the golden gate bridge.
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i'm seeing the cars are cleared, but the sand is still there because when these two cars were racing, they hit these barriers that were holding sand. this westbound 80 at 9th street. speeds are down to 14 and 13 miles per hour. coming up next, 7 things to know as you start your day. >> also helping the community for decades. a unique health clinic celebrates a milestone. and trying to help a country 7,000 miles away. why a local group needs you to fold some towels and donate some food. right now it's dry. that will not be the case later this afternoon. we'll talk m your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yeah! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. holiday gifts everyone's sure to love at 20 to 60 percent off department store prices.
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yes for less. it's 5:14. 7 things to know this morning. you have a couple howevers before the winds become dangerous. 10:00 this morning to 7:00 saturday we have the possibility of damage from gusty winds. 4:00 today to 4:00 tomorrow, a 12-hour window of flooding is possible near the kincade fire burn scar. people impacted by the kincade fire say they have to worry about potential flooding. residents say they have been clearing gutters and storm drains. santa rosa's 24-hour city yard.
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number three, a woman is recovering after pinned under a nimuni metro train in front of oracle park. it happened at 3rd and king street. rescue crews had to lift the muni train to get her out. number four, uber's first safety report has been released, it's sobering. uber says more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported in 2018. 58 people were killed in crashes. 9 people were murdered. uber points out that this is out of 1.3 billion rides. number five, joe biden's campaign says that former secretary of state john kerry will travel to iowa today to formerly endorse him. this comes one day after this incident when biden kind of got into it with a voter for falsely accusing him of selling access to the presidency. number six, we are experiencing some residual traffic on the bay bridge. look at these speeds, down to 12 and 17 miles per hour because of
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a crash that has now cleared. but it was on westbound 80 at 9th street. prepare for delays if you're coming from the east bay into san francisco. number seven, second grade students from pittsburg who went viral after turning lizzo's hit "truth hurts" into their own song got to meet the singer before her concert last night at s.a.p. center and they got to watch lizz's performance. a health clinic operating in one of san francisco's oldest neighborhoods is celebrating a milestone. the chinatown public health center has been around 90 years it moved into the iconic building that sits atop the broadway tunnel. the clinic offers medical services to about 5,000 people in english and cantonese. >> it takes quite a bit of energy for them to speak in in their own native tongue and to speak in an environment is important. the clinic offers nutrition
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services to deal with the growing problem of obesity and hypertension in the chinese community. members of the samoan community in the bay area are asking for help to fight a devastating health crisis on that pacific island. this church launched a donation drive for victims of a deadly measles outbreak. the outbreak claimed more than 60 lives including those of many kids. the church is collecting medical supplies, items for babies like wipes and canned food. a team of volunteer also travel to samoa on the 15th to help give out donated supplies. a report is raising new concerns about how we use cell phones. a study finds a spike in cell phone related injuries. the majority were caused by distractions like texting while walking. 20 years of emergency room data found a spike in visits after 2006 and that's about the time when smartphones were introduced. the international space station is about to receive quite the delivery.
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>> zero. engine ignition, liftoff of the falcon 9 >> spacex launched three tons of supplies to the station yesterday. they do include some holiday gifts for the astronauts along with so-called mighty mice. these are rodents manipulated to enhance their muscle growth. they'll help scientists understand how to limit muscle and bone loss in humans during space travel. this morning taylor swift's new christmas song and video already has more than 500,000 views. who's watching this? ♪ merry christmas ♪ baby, baby merry christmas swift released christmas tree the video features actual moment videos from her childhood. she tweeted she grew up on a pennsylvania christmas tree farm. reuters reports that swift released the new song four days
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after writing it. ♪ >> it took that long? >> look at her. look at little taylor. >> mm-hmm. >> right? >> adorable. >> look at little taylor. >> gownsing but ingowns, beauti. >> mike? >> kumasi, what can do you with him? >> if i'm assigned to read that story, i will read that story. >> that was the beauty of the whole thing. as soon as i saw that story coming up and you were reading, i was like all right, must-see tv. let's look at 880. there's the coliseum. this area was foggy yesterday. clear today. but look at this. the fog is getting even thicker on our walnut creek cameras. east bay valleys, watch out. it's dangerously low, the visibility. we have two storms and they're both 2s, moderate. the first one hits today. the second one hits tomorrow. drier sunday. that continues through next week. today's temperature, low to mid
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60s. 6 to to 64 degrees with a southerly wind making it more humid for us. tonight will be mild. mid 50s just about everywhere. low 50s in the north bay late tonight. here we are, a few scout showers possible out ahead of the steadier rain which moves in to the north bay at about 2:00, 3:00. it moves into the heart of the bay as we head into the 7:00 hour. yellows, oranges, reds, that's moderate torain. it sits across us. a break in the morning for most of us outside the north bay. then you can see the red moving in there. that's the chance of some thunderstorms as we head through the day tomorrow. there's a slight chance of thunderstorms today. you can see by tomorrow evening, everything starts to break up. so let's look at my accuweather seven-day forecast. an inch a little more than an inch possible in the south bay, 4 inches in the north bay. most of us an inch to two inches of rain by sunday. temperatures next week, still cool but it's not raining.
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>> good morning, even. i want to start with the bay bridge. you can see the backup going on here if you're coming from it the east bay into san francisco. there was a crash on westbound 80 at 9th street. that's since cleared. if you see these speeds, i just checked these, it's down to 14 and 17 miles per hour on the bay bridge. metering lights came on at 5:15 this morning. i want to move over now -- my clicker is not working. i want to show you the skyway, it does appear that things are picking up. it was backed up earlier, you can see it is moving a bit. it is slow on the bridge. slow at the toll plaza as well. just be prepared for those delays. this is the richmond-san rafael bridge, a much better situation this morning. nice and clear. in today's "gma" first look, vanna white will be hosting wheel of fortune for the next two weeks. >> she will be filling in for pat sajak who will be recovering
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from surgery. >> i'm on the set of wheel of fortu fortune. vanna will be filling in for pat sajak. i'll talk to her about that experience and here a bit of it in uruguay first look. >> how much notice was that before you actually had to go out there and start taping? >> we did it the next day. it was a very sleepless night. i was so nervous. but once i got up there i felt like you know what? the show must go on. i'm going to do this. i have to do it for all of us, the 150 staff and crew that we have here that puts on a show. >> you will see much more of my interview with vanna white on "good morning america." for now, out in beautiful l.a., i'm t.j. holmes with uruguay first look. >> don't you really want to go up to that board and touch it? >> yes. we should be able to do that.
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>> i want him to reveal his name. still ahead, why you'll see a lot of santas roaming san francisco this weekend. and it's beginning to look a lot like christmas. a
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let's look at live doppler 7 and show you what's kcoming our way. this is our storm. it's looking potent and it will arrive this afternoon into the evening hours. we'll have a moderate storm on the storm impact scale with heavy rain at times, flooding possible, damaging winds and a chance of thunderstorms not only today but also tomorrow. sunday is looking much quieter. in sacramento the state capitol christmas tree is shining bright thanks to the help from a 10-year-old girl in gilroy. she was selected to light the tree last night. she represented the 340,000 californians who have
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intellectual and developmental disabilities. >> five, four, three, two, [ cheers ] >> the tree is a white fir from shasta county. the decorations include 500 hand crafted ornaments made by kids and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. >> i like her red coat. that's a beautiful tree. santa con returns to san francisco tomorrow. people dressing in santa suits will take part in bar crawls and they'll get wet. where santa goes trouble sometimes follows. last year during santa con two women were arrested for felony vandalism and battery after they were caught on trashing a restaurant. organizers urge partygoerers to be respectful. one meeting spot is union square where people are asked to bring new unwrapped toys to donate to the fire department. >> okay. it could be nice. >> it could be nice.
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time for a top to bottom review of police arrests. good morning. >> we'll get to all those stories in a moment but first we're checking in with mike. those storms are on the horizon. >> they're still about 12 hours away for a lot of us. the fog is my biggest concern this morning then we'll talk about the showers. here is walnut creek. you can see on 680, you run into a wall of dangerously low visibility thanks to that fog. as we zoom out from vacaville, antioch, tracy, coming in 80, 540, will you run into that fog. so that's the big issue this morning. low to mid 50s. mostly cloudy today with random showers. after the noon hour, when it becomes quite breezy,rm impacts bay area. here is jobina.
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>> the good news is the crash we've been following this morning that happened on westbound 80 at 9th street has been cleared up. two teens were involved in that racing. not good. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights came on at 5:15. since it is slow over there, mass transit may be a good option. everything is on time. the ferries, b.a.r.t. has 29 trains, ace 1 is also on time. want to let you know about this, smart train, a new service will be launching saturday, december 14th, going to larkspur and downtown novato. the a lot of people are excited about this. this is the first new track added since smart started in 2017. should be pretty nice. you have a little bit of time but not a ton of it to get ready for two storms back-to-back. >> the atmospheric river has returned. it will get us wet for a lot of
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the weekend. amy hollyfield is live in pinole with the details. >> good morning. if you want to go to the sierra and catch the snow, now is your window. now is the time to get going. other than that, travel will be dangerous and maybe even impossible starting later today. they're advising that you not go, just stay in the bay area. it will be too dangerous in you head that way. in the north bay, it is rain they're preparing for. officials say they will be watching the kincade burn area, looking for possible slides. they want residents to be aware and we did talk to some residents who said they have been getting ready. >> i'm more concerned about the water being contaminated and just contamination of anything that could be in that burn
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material. up in the sierra, they are expecting gusty winds, rain at the lower elevations, over in reno, but heavy snow in the higher elevations. they're thinking the residents may be difficult if not impossible to pass, so stay here in the bay area for this weekend or head out right now. that storm is expected to roll in this afternoon. reporting live from pinole, amy hollyfield. abc7 news. >> thank you. you're looking live at san francisco international airport. something interesting is happening. sfo's biggest carrier, united airlines, is waiving fees for passengers who cancel or change flights scheduled for today or tomorrow because of the storm. if you're traveling think about that and you definitely want to make sure you're checking to see if your flight is on time. get the latest information on flight delays and cancellations,
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because there's probably going to be some delays. almost 100% there will be delays. >> don't speak that over my flight. my flight is exempt. >> i'll be thinking about you. >> thank you. lafayette police arrested two people for several home invasion robberies over the past two months, but the police chief says this investigation is not over. 22-year-old joseph wells and 20-year-old adama diop both from fairfield are suspects of four home invasions in oakland on october 29th, in lafayette on october 31st. in benicia on november 10th and again on november 26th. >> we served the search warrant, went into the home, collected evidence which included firearms. >> police are still considering the possibility of another suspect. the d.a.'s office will decide whether to file charges against the two arrested suspects. airbnb is taking more steps to crack down on parties and problem guests.e y
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is on al media. this move comes weeks after a deadly shooting at an airbnb rental in orinda on halloween night. five people were killed in that incident. uber is out with its long-awaited first safety report and the results are sobering. the report details incidents that affected drivers and riders during uber's 1.3 billion rides in the u.s. last year. 3,045 sexual assault reports were reported, 58 people were killed in crashes, 9 people were murdered. uber's chief legal officer says the company's findings are still difficult to stomach. lyft is facing several lawsuits over safety. the most haven't was filed wednesday on behalf of 20 women who claim they were sexually assaulted and raped by lyft drivers. lyft iueitn atwhysn rte' rko safety in every aspect of our
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work. there's many ways to stay safe in your rideshare, we have tips on to the south bay, the union school district is warning parents after several middle school students needed medical attention after taking prescription drugs. the school district emailed parents that a small handful of students at dartmouth middle school may have taken medications scribed to other members of their family. the front office staff contacted the fire department and the students received medical attention. a b.a.r.t. director is calling for an audit of b.a.r.t. police citations. abc7 news was at the board meeting in oakland yesterday when b.a.r.t. director janis lee says staff should look at the ethnicity of people cited. you may remember this, a b.a.r.t. police officer arrested a man last month for eating a sandwich on the platform. he filed a lawsuit accusing officers of racial profiling. the examiner reports that b.a.r.t. police issued 55 citations in the last five years for eating and drinking at
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b.a.r.t. stations. of those, 80% were issued to people of color. the state takes a big step to protect homeowners. the new policy that could save hundreds of thousands of people from financial ruin. and a pittsburg class went viral for remixing a hit that lizzo song. now the singer gives the kids a big surprise. >> i'm thinking about those santa con people showing up tomorrow in union square, they'll need a rain jacket or something. >> the later they show up the better off they are. there will be some rain around tomorrow evening. thankfully they are not doing it this evening, that's when it will be the heaviest. let me give you an idea of the potential damage from this storm. this is the wind advisory. everybody is in this except solano, mendocino and lake counties. this is from 10:00 this morning until tomorrow morning. so about 20 hours of damaging
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winds. 50 miles per hour at the higher elevations. here's the flood potential. 2 to 4 inches of rain will fall on the kincade burn area, and that could cause downstream lcations to flood with debris and mud. here's the north bay, our best chance of rain is around 1:00. it becomes morsteadedy heading into the evening rush. san francisco, random showers from 11:00, at 3:00, steady light rain. after that it becomes heavier during the evening hours. peninsula, pretty quiet. mid 60s, random shower from 5:00 on, all bets are off as far as dry weather. east bay, quiet through 1:00. 3:00 on we'll drop down to 60 from a high of 64 as the rain gets valleys, the fog is the big issue. mostly cloudy, mid 60s. getting heavier at 7:00. in the east bay, you will be the
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last one to get wet. this evening be prepared. i'll have a timeline for how much rain you will get and when coming up. here is jobina. >> thank you. good morning, everyone. so, i'm bringing up the map here to show you that things are looking good. aside from our usual slow spot, tracy there, aside from that everything is looking nice. live look at emeryville, 80, smooth ride here. going through towards the maze. walnut creek does have a foggy start, i have not seen issues on the roadways there. that's good to see. also our drive times before we go. we have santa rosa to petaluma, 13 minutes. castro valley to the maze, 13-minute ride. 280, 680 to hig
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welcome back. here's the school day forecast. a lot of fog this morning in the east bay. watch out for that, breezy and showers to round out the day. here's the forecast, north of 80 is where we have to be worried about the wet weather, turning into snow. scattered shower ais around l.a and san diego. blowing winds, trees coming down, 4:00 this afternoon until 1:00 sunday. in fact, go now, go early ifou
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caday, once the sunsets we'll have the heaviest of the snow saturday. still heavy sunday. left over mush to drive through monday. in fact, there you go. a bluebird snow day for monday and a slight chance of snow wednesday. breaking news from the abc7 live desk. breaking news at the live desk, abc news confirmed there's an active shooter right now at the naval air station in pensacola, florida. this information just came in. abc news confirmed that the atf is responding. we have no other details now. we're working to gather that information for you. we'll bring you the latest here on abc7 mornings and on no decision yet on the use of field lights at san marin high school in novato. neighbors filed a lawsuit saying the lights are too bright and should be turned off. the school district says it follows the law and environmental regulations. yesterday the judge delayed
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issuing a final ruling. the he's concerned his court doesn't have jurisdiction in the case because of a pending appeal filed by the school district. the school district and neighbors will need to submit a brief on the issue due at the end of the month. in the north bay health officials say a child from novato died from an e. coli infection. they say the child developed a rare complication that led to kidney failure. marin county health officials do not believe the death is linked to a nationwide e. coli outbreak involving romaine lettuce grown in salinas. school leaders are getting advice on protective measures they can take as a precaution. insurance companies doing business in california cannot cancel a homeowner's policy in fire zone areas. that's after the state insurance commissioner imposed a one-year moratorium. yesterday's action will help people living in more than 800,000 homes in wildfire areas where policies were not renewed many were forced to get the california fair plan insurance policy meant for those unable to
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get insurance in the regular market. montclair and orinda both get more nonrenewal notifications than other places in the bay area. >> the first year we got dropped it was because of proximity to brush. it's hard to get out of them. one time they eluded to a high fire score. not totally sure what that is. >> the one-year moratorium will give lawmakers and the governor time to negotiate and hammer out deals with the insurance companies. in the south bay, lizzo hit the stage at the s.a.p. center. >> and there were a few special guests in the crowd. ♪ >> abc7 first introduced you to the class from the elementky school when they rewrote the lyrics to "truth hurts" by lizzo. the group even made an appearance on "good morning america." 99.7 provided tickets to the concert and made the meet and
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greet possible. >> wanting to go to her and say thank you. thank you. you don't know how many of us are watching you and these kids, how much she's made an impact on us. >> our cameras were not allowed inside when the group met with lizzo but we got these pictures from the kids parents. >> lizzo looks happy. the kids look happy. we're happy. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> we need the rain and in just about all areas. we're trying to make up a deficit of a couple of inches over the next 24 to 36 hours. here's a look at the fog. we're priming the atmosphere. it's humid out there in walnut cre creek. san jose at 87, foggy this morning. drying on sunday and that prolonged period of dry weather continues into next week. for highs today, even with the clouds out there, a nice pump of
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southerly air that will bring in low to mid 60s and keep us humid. that's why there's spotty showers before the steady stuff develops. tonight we get a little bit of a break. number 2 is knocking on the door of mendocino county. look to upper 50s. the one-two punch is the cold front out ahead of the area of low pressure, so one comes in today. let me show it to you. 9:00 this morning, quiet. there's some of the scout showers out ahead of it. moving into the afternoon and evening commute, the heaviest and the steadiest will be in the north bay. look at some of the red showing up. that's the intensity of the rain that will fall from some thunderstorms. tomorrow morning arc litt, a li of a break. heavier downpours moving through the north bay, through the heart of the bay. by the evening hours we're looking at just scattered showers. let's look at our rainfall potential. you can see it's very
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impressive. into froe monemont, mountain vin jose, less than an inch, an inch and a half to three inches in the north bay. look at that stretch of dry weather monday, tuesday and wednesday. hi, jobina. >> good morning, everyone. we started out this morning very busy on the roads. check this out in san francisco, this is 280 at king. not a soul on the road this morning. i'm assuming you're sleeping in. san rafael, 101, nice and you can see dealing with a little bit of fog. not too much. not as much as in walnut creek, but it is present there. albany to the maze, four-minute ride. fremont to san jose, 15 minutes. highway 101 to cupertino, 10 minutes. looking good. google wants to make it easier to track your packages. the mountain-view based company is working with couriers and delivery companies to allow you to enter a number through google
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search and see where your package is and when it's expected to arrive. the idea is to test it in certain cities before the feature is made available to everybody. if you're planning to do holiday shopping at target, you may want to wait until sunday. the company is bringing back its one-day only gift where you can get 10% off target gift cards up to 300 bucks. this is only on sunday. the cards are redeemingibable starting on monday. you can buy the gift cards online or at the store. new at 6:00, a change coming to the huge nordstrom in san francisco. the new plan to convert part of the store. but first, a grinch tries to steal an east bay town christmas, but the thief apparently has a change of heart. and this little guy in michigan has a forever home this morning. the special support that he
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we're following breaking news right now. abc news confirmed there is an active shooter at the naval air station right here in pensacola, florida. that information just now coming in to our newsroom. i want to bring you over to their twitter, you can see this tweet they put out. essentially confirming that it is on lockdown there. both gates of nasp are secured due to reports of an active shooter. more information will be provided as it becomes available. again, this is all that we have right now. we'll work to continue to get more information from you and bring you the latest here on
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abc7news.c an apple analyst predicts apple will release five iphones next year. the analyst told blog 9 to 5 that the first one may be out during the first half of the year. the other four will follow in the fall. the main difference will be the phone's cameras. and new developments in the east bay, a grinch may have had a change of heart. early yesterday a bag of stolen holiday lights just appeared outside of city hall and discovery bay. they were taken from a roadside display last thursday. the l.e.d. lights are worth about $15,000. city officials plan to have them back up soon. now a heart warming story a lot of you have been watching on >> take a look at this little boy who invited his entire kindergarten class to watch his adoption hearing. >> one, two, three -- [ cheers ] >> that's michael clark jr. surrounded by all his friends
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yesterday. each of his classmates waving those little heart signs they made. they introduced themselves and told the judge in the courtroom why they were there. the courtroom erupted with applause after michael and his new parents banged the gavel making the adoption official. you won't believe how cute this next part is. >> process has been amazing. we've been working with catholic charities and the workers there have been amazing. >> and i love my daddy. >> wow. i -- >> i love my daddy so much. >> awe. >> this child. >> look at him. >> michael is one of 36 kids who got to finalize their adoptions yesterday. it's part of an adoption day that the county holds every year. can we just go next year? so great. >> the love. you can see it. dad trying to hold it together. >> he said it several other
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times. the classmates get up and tell the judge how they love him and how he deserves this. >> let's see what's going on with the rainfall totals. most of us 60 to 20% of average outside of the north bay. al we'll make up that ground. radar returns are still well off the coast. once it arrives, i expect ponding on the roadways, debris flows, mud slides in the north bay. here's a look at the winds. they pick up as we head into the evening commute, moving across our east/west bridges up to 25 to 30 miles per hour. they get faster overnight. then they calm down just a little bit. in the morning, that secondary push comes through. more gusty winds tomorrow morning. by tomorrow afternoon the winds are not a threat. >> good morning, everyone. so we are looking at an overall map here showing you that there are no issues on the roadways this morning. so i'm happy to report that for you. and pretty much that's alle ca
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is live look here. a smooth ride for everyone on this friday morning. and also in oakland, we're smooth. headlights are heading south. checking in on mass transit, which is looking good as well. ferries with no delays, b.a.r.t., 41 trains running with no delays. ace 1, 3, and 5 on time. this weekend the santa paws adopt-a-thon kicks off. >> muttville and the san francisco spca are teaming up at 16th and alabama streets. there will be lots of kittens and puppies and older cats and dogs in need of their forever homes. fees are being waived for qualified adopters. the adopt-a-thon will be held on saturday and sunday from noon to 4:00. new at 6:00, the holiday
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tradition rushieturning to the area this weekend. and the scary thing that happened to at least 47 vehicles in one area. san francisco police are investigating how a woman got pinned under a muni train last night. i'm lauren martinez. i'll have details on that co
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now at 6:00, grab your umbrella, your rain jacket, whatever you need before you head out the door. you may not see much outside right now, but this is what the bay area will be dealing with later. mike nicco is tracking the storms that will make for a wet weekend. and we're following breaking news out of florida. reports of an active shooter at the naval air station in pensacola. jobina jobina is tracking that from the live desk. good morning. >> we'll get to that story in a few minutes. we want to check in with mike and our forecast. >> good morning. mother nature putting the
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ingredients together for a heavy rain event. two of them as a matter of fact in the next 36 hours. one of those ingredients is moisture. look at how much fog. this is walnut creek. that is looking south at 680, look at the fog across our inland east bay neighborhoods up into solano county. some of it is slipping across the san pablo bay and heading over to san rafael and novato. here's a look at san rafael. fog an issue this morning. very mild out there. low to mid 50s. we'll be in the low to mid 60s, breezy and random showers are at 4:00. the heavy, steady rain moving in by 7:00. we're following breaking news at the live desk. abc news confirmed an active shooter now at the naval air base in pensacola, florida, which is on the panhandle here. want to let you know this information is just now coming in to our newsroom, so the


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