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♪ ♪ chase. make more of what's yours®. welcome to this monday, december 16th. watch out, it's cold outside. >> i know. lisa is here tracking all of that for us. >> mm-hmm. >> let's get ready.
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>> i know, shake your head. i'm with you. it's going to be wintry on saturday, but we've been feeling chilly and wet for the past month or so. 39 in san leandro, 32 in berkeley. this is the coldest day for december. starting out with the 30s in napa we'll see numbers just hovering around freezing b by 7:00. we'll see a 2 degree drop in these temperatures. it's colder. 2 to 9 degrees colder around the bay. an amber alert has been activated for the safe return of a 2-year-old girl, bethanie carraza has brown hair and brown eyes.
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she was taken by her father, 24-year-old victor magana. reports are he's armed and dangerous. he's 5'4" he has brown eyes. police believe the two are in his 2007 light green hyundai with california plates. developing news in the impeachment showdown, senators are figuring out what the rules should be for an all but certain senate trial. democrats pushing for witnesses to testify and the trial is dead on arrival. here's ines de la cuetara. >> reporter: good morning, as the impeachment process in the house wraps up, lawmakers are now turning their focus to the impending senate trial debating the terms for what will likely become the next partisan battleground. with the full house set to vote this week to impeach president trump, lawmakers in the senate are looking ahead to an all but
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certain senate trial. in a letter senate minority leader chuck schumer outlining his party's offer for a fair, bipartisan process pushing for testimony from white house officials who have direct knowledge of what happened in ukraine. mick mulvaney, john bolton, michael duffey and robert blair who all refused to participate in the house investigation. >> i have clearly made up my mind. i'm not trying to hide the fact that i have disdain for the accusations and the process so i don't need any witnesses. >> reporter: democrats slamming republicans for saying they are in total coordination with the white house and arguing senators are supposed to render impartial justice. >> i hope that the senators will insist on getting the documents, on hearing from the witnesses, on making up their own mind. >> reporter: impeachment is expected to pass the house along party lines. not all democrats are on board. some lawmakers are running for re-election in trump district s
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find themselves in tricky situations. a lot of raisers fans are feeling a double sense of loss. >> first of all, the raiders did not win. second the raiders will not get another chance to win at the coliseum. the amy hollyfield is live with that. good morning. >> good morning, kumasi. coach jon gruden apologized to the fans for not giving them a win at the last home game. the fans definitely were not happy. they booed the quarterback, derek carr as he headed to the locker room. the fans are known this is the last time they will be at the coliseum. the team will be moving to las vegas next year. fans tell us raider nation feels like family and this will be a
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huge loss. so ma >> so many people we see today, we will never see them again. >> i'm looking forward to las vegas. it's all about the future. >> we caught up with fans after the game at a favorite spot, ricky's in san leandro. this goo bd bye party was sombe. they did have their fourth loss in a row. their next home game is expected to be in a 65,000 seat new stadium off the strip of las vegas. so a sad farewell to the raiders in oakland and also this training facility and all these offices here in alameda, all of this going away. live in alameda, amy
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abc7 news. oakland raiders are playing at the -- this is a live look at the new stadium right now. you can see it's still under construction. here's a little interesting tidbit. the cal football team is scheduled to play unlv at the end of august. so technically another bay area team will be playing there for the stadium's first official game. developing news from monterey county. the highway patrol says there are five more cases of projectiles being shot at moving cars along highway 101. you're looking at one of the five cars hit saturday night. investigators say all of the attacks took place within a six-minute window in the northbound direction. so now a total of 11 cars have been hit near the area. all of the cars were struck on the driver's window or wi windshie windshield. these are the latest of 61 similar incidents since february. a gofundme campaign has
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raised more than $1700 to help continue a the rink was going to host 200 skaters. he suspects customers caught on surveillance video may be responsible. they're accused of stealing a pair of skates and get nothing an arg getting into an argument with an employee. the rink hopes to get the cooling system back in place and the ice built up by wednesday. 4,000 kaiser hospital workers will start a five-day strike. the union postponed the walk-out last month after kaiser's ceo, bernard tyson died. they want to shorten the wait times for appointments and lessen therapists case loads.
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all right. good morning to you. we have some patchy fog and patchy frost out there with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. in fact, there's quite a bit of 30 degree readings there, 34 in vallejo, 37 in livermore and antioch. 40 in san jose. there is the san mateo bridge, if you're headed out, no problems besides the cold weather. we if you're heading to the beaches, partly cloudy skies. in the high country, conditions are improving. upper 50s today in oakland, about 3:00 in the afternoon, mid 50s for you in concord. upper 50s in santa rosa, 57 in palo alto. temperatures where they should be. looking at increasing clouds. a few low 60s getting into your
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wednesday. that's when we're looking at our next chance of rain. doesn't look like a big chance. we're looking at a couple hundredths to maybe a quarter inch as this system is focusing from san francisco on south. so looking at a little bit of rain coming in midweek, certainly a frosty start for some of you. >> thank you. we have an accident on 280, you can see a slight slowdown inside our circled area of where the fog advisory is. just be aware as you head out the door. a live look in san francisco, 280 at king street, nice, clear ride. the monday morning commute started early, looking at the golden gate bridge as well. no major problems i'm seeing there, on the board, not foggy at all on the golden gate bridge this morning. our drive times here, antioch to hercules, 26 minutes. highway 4 to the maze, quick
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14-minute ride, highway 85 to the san jose airport, 7 minutes. coming up next, 7 things to know as you start your day. and harvey weinstein is speaking out against the sexual assault allegations from dozens of women. why he says he's the forgotten man. and the hallmark channel is reversing its decision not to show ads of a lesbian couple. >> and we have a nice clear look at downtown san francisco.
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if you're just joining us, here's 7 things to know this morning. san jose police issued an amber alert for a missing 2-year-old girl. police believe bethanie carraza was taken by her father who is reportedly armed and dangerous. police believe they are in a 2007 light green hyundai santa fe with california plates 7xjx025. >> police say this started after the suspect stabbed his girlfriend. she has life threatening injuries. the full house is set to vote this week on impeachment against president trump. it is expected to pass along party lines. and nub four, it is a cold start out there with temperatures in the 30s in the south bay. patchy frost and fog this
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morning. >> number 4, the oakland raiders lost their final home game at the coliseum in a heartbreaking fashion fashion. >> looking live at the bay bridge right now, metering lights are not on. we have a smooth commute this morning. >> number seven, commercial crab season is under way in the bay area. the season was supposed to start about a month ago, it was delayed to protect whale migration. boeing could announce today that it will stop or further reduce production of the troubled 737 max jetliner. the max has been grounded since march following two deadly crashes overseas. support has grown in the past few days for pausing production of the plane. the "wall street journal" reports the move was fueled by the faa telling boeing it set unrealistic goals for receiving approval for the max series to fly again. the planes were grounded because of a flawed autopilot system.
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texas authorities are searching for a mother and her newborn baby. they have been missing thi inin thursday. 33-year-old heidi broussard was seen dropping off her 6-year-old son that morning. the surveillance video shows broussard in the video at that time but she did not return to pick up her son after school. police believe the mom and her daughter did go home to their apartment after the school drop off. >> there is nothing of value missing. her purse and her wallet and everything was up here. her cell phone is missing. it's been turned off. >> broussard's fiance and margo's father says he doesn't know anyone who may have wanted to hurt them. he says he wants them to come home safe. sonoma county leaders plan to unveil an emergency proposal tomorrow to shelter homeless residents at the fairgrounds in santa rosa. about 3,000 people are homeless in sonoma county. a large encampment developed along the joe rodada trail next to highway 12. the press democrat is reporting
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housing people at the fairgrounds was inspired by how the fairgrounds was used to house people evacuated from wildfires and flooding. phil matier reports a major convention may be coming back to san francisco. the medical association pulled its convention out of the city citing safety issues and concerns about the homeless. matier says they have agreed to return starting in 2023. that news coming after oracle announced they're moving their openworld conference to las vegas next year because of san francisco's high hotel rates and street safety. a team of volunteers are on the search for a dog named jackson who was taken saturday outside of a grocery store. >> if you see any businesses or high foot traffic areas, that's where we want to send people. >> volunteers gathered at a coffee shop on cortland avenue near good life grocery that's where the mini shepherd went missing. volunteers searched the area and
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put up flyers. sfpd tweeted this photo of jackson. they're asking anyone with information on his whereabouts it's almost 5:17. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> here's lisa. >> good morning to you. starting out with patchy fog right here on the peninsula. 44 in san bruno. 40 in belmont. upper 30s around palo alto. 39 in fremont. some mid 30s for you from the low 30s from napa to fairfield. 36 in santa rosa. so certainly one of the coldest mornings we've seen and temperatures on the coast, 7 degrees colder than we were yesterday at this hour. rainfall, we're doing good. 55% of normal in oakland with 3 inches of rain, to 10 1/2 inches of rain up in santa rosa. 116% of normal. we have a bit on your way for wednesday. after that, a stronger storm looks to head our way by the end
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of the week. here we are today. plenty of sunshine. clouds increase on tuesday. we're dry. by tuesday night, here we are getting into midnight. we have some scattered light showers around. so, we're not looking at a whole lot of rain, but we'll look for the rain to continue into your wednesday morning commute. on the light side. then it pulls out and we're looking for another dry day thursday. the end of the week. but by next weekend is looking stronger with some mountain snow. dry conditions, cold start, sunny afternoon, 57 for you in oakland. 56 in vallejo. fremont at about 58 degrees later this afternoon. tonight we're chilly again with numbers in the 30s and 40s. monday morning commute, any good news out there? >> i would say so. good morning. i'm just convinced people have already embarked on their holiday travel because it is
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quiet out there this morning. this is a live look at our bay bridge camera. metering lights came on at 5:16. no problems that i'm seeing on our roads at the moment. taking a live look at 880 near the coliseum, lots of people moving south. headlights there, brake lights heading north. but it is just a smooth ride. same thing for mass transit. the ferries are operating on winter schedules. b.a.r.t. has 21 trains running on time with no delays. ace 1 is on time as well. more than 30 women have accused harvey weinstein of sexual misconduct from harassment to rape. now the disgraced movie producer says the notoriety from the allegations should not overshadow the work he's done for women. in an interview with the "new york post" he says i made more movies directed by women and about women than any other filmmakers and it got eviscerated because of what happened. 23 accusers released a statement
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yesterday reading in part weinstein says in a new interview he doesn't want to be forgotten. well, he won't be. he will be remembered as a sexual predator and an unrepen t unrepentant i booabuser. hallmark channel says they will now run an ad featuring two women kissing. >> this morning's "gma" first look, after igniting controversy pulling ads featuring a same-sex couple kissing at their wedding, the hallmark channel is reversing course. the president and ceo of hallmark cards inc saying the crown media team has been agonizing over this decision as we've seen the hurt it has caused. said simply they believe this was the wrong decision. we are sorry for the hurt and disappointment this has caused. adding that hallmark will be working with zola to reestablish our partnership and reinstate the commercials. the head of the advocacy group
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g.l.a.d. weighing in overnight. >> the decision to put the ad back on the air is absolutely 100% the right one. >> reporter: what does this reversal mean? it's all coming up at 7:00 a.m. with your "gma" first look, i'll will reeve, abc news, new york. super shuttle is going out of business at the end of the year. the shuttle service carries passengers to and from airports across north america, europe and asia. but they've had trouble competing with uber and lyft. a letter obtained by the "los angeles times" from the company to a franchise says the super shuttle will still honor all reservations through the end of the year. a move edby some students a the army navy game has launched two investigations. and facebook is tracking more than what you buy online. the details being collected as you shop. here's a live look outside.
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it's cool. you may need that extra layer as you go out the door. we'll be right back.
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all right. good monday morning to you. check out the low clouds from the peninsula to the south bay. not only do we have patchy fog, we have patchy frost and the visibility reduced to a quarter mile up in the north bay, in petaluma and elsewhere looking good now. you can see the view from the sutro to you tower camera. redwood city upper 30s and 40 in san jose. looking towards our exploratorium camera, it is clear. look at that, 35 in petaluma. 33 by the delta. livermore at 38. we'll drop off another couple degrees before we begin to reverse that trend and warm up to the 40s by 10:00. noontime, 50s.
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by 4:00, mid to upper 50s. enjoy the sun today. clouds arrive as soon as your tuesday. >> thanks. developing news now, the u.s. naval academy is investigating a hand gesture made during a broadcast of the army-navy game. so here's the situation. students flash hand signs that look like the okay sign, and some say that could be associated with white power. both west point cadets and midshipmen made the gesture. facebook can track what you buy in storers and target you with ads. the business insider report says retailers send facebook phone numbers and email addresses attached to products purchased. facebook confirms the report saying this is just standard practice. the site says you can limit how much information is shared in your privacy settings. many families rang in the holidays during a special celebration in san francisco.
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♪ >> abc7 news was inside city hall when carolers filled the rotunda. it was a free holiday fair yesterday. some fair goers told us what they enjoyed the most. >> it was face paint. >> it's great. it's nice they're having this for all the families and kids to come out. >> us parents can't afford to spend that high price to take a picture with santa and meet nice people. >> we like that. >> the kids had a chance to write their letters to santa. look at the balloon hats. oh, did you need to capture me? i have a unicorn on my forehead. >> that looks like fun. >> it does. i like it. coming back with another 90 minutes of news. san francisco's e-scooter program expands. there's a big story out in
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the south bay, the desperate search to bring 2-year-old bethanie carraza home safely. there's a picture up on your screen now. police believe she was taken by her own father, victor magana late last night. we have the latest and the search to bring her home safely after the break. and it's been the center of heated debate in san francisco. we have an update on when this navigation center forever t the homeless along the embarcadero will be open. and a live look outside on this cool but clear monday morning. it's 5:27. we'll be right back.
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yes for less. . breaking news this morning, an update from police about an amber alert for a 2-year-old girl an double eabducted by her. investigators are connecting this to a stabbing. this is not the way raiders fans wanted to go out. and a live look outside. it's beautiful. nice and clear but also chilly. good morning. it's monday, december 16th. we'll get to those stories in a moment. first we want to check in with lisa to see what's in store for the forecast. >> we have it all.
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it might be cold out there. but with the clear sky, it is just 41 in san mateo, 39 in foster city. looking up to the north bay and east bay, low to mid 30s. that sun coming up at 7:17. we'll see the numbers drop off more. 40s by 9:00. getting towards 1:00, still some fog, mid 50s. partly to mostly sunny. mid to upper 50s. jobina? >> thank you. good morning, everyone. a live look right now at emeryvil emeryville, 80 is looking good. nice and clear. i think people are already on vaation. live look now at san rafael. you can see that fog on our map. you can see it as people head
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further south. our drive times here. tracy to dublin, 53 minutes. dublin to mission boulevard, 16 minutes. highway 101 to cupertino, 15 minutes. we are following breaking news in the south bay, san jose police gave us an update on a stabbing and an amber alert. >> julian glover is live near the scene at 11th and reid steets steet streets in san jose. >> san jose police confirming a stabbing at the home behind me touched off this amber alert. the girl's father stabbed her mother inside of this home at south 11th and reed street in san jose. and he took off with that 2-year-old before police could get here. we want to show you exactly what she looks like. this is 2-year-old bethanie carraza. here she is on your screen. san jose police say she was taken by her own father,
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24-year-old victor magana. he is armed and dangerous. he's 5'4" 140 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. police believe the two are in a 2007 light green hyundai santa fe. california license plate, 7xjx025. a stabbing at the home touched this off. we have video of investigators collecting evidence at the home. keep in mind this is just two blocks away from san jose state university's campus. no information has been released on the condition of that girl's mother who was stabbed. now the focus is on bringing that 2-year-old home. please stop what you're doing and look at that picture.
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make sure you're not out and about and reng nice her. recognize her. >> thank you for that >> a protest against pg&e is set for noon today outside the company's headquarters in san francisco. >> a coalition of fire survivors, people with disabilities and others say they are outraged with how pg&e handled the settlement and power shutoffs. the group has three main demands. they want pg&e to give back all shareholder profits until they safely provide power, they want pg&e to invest in minority and disabled communities. and they want to turn pg&e over to the people. pg&e has until tomorrow to meet governor newsom's plan to rework their bankruptcy reorganization plan. newsom says the proposal submitted on thursday doesn't do enough to beef up safety enforcement procedures required under a new state law. the governor says pg&e will have to negotiate changes before it can tap into a state fund to pay more than $13 billion in fire claims.
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the state fund is a key part to emerge from bankruptcy. pg&e says it is committed to paying the victims and it will continue to implement changes to improve long-term operations. democratic presidential candidate pete buttigieg will be in the bay area for three fund-raising events. this morning mayor pete will be in palo alto and according to vox, representatives from silicon valley's wealthiest families will be there. that includes the wife of the google co-founder. wood side before coming to san francisco tonight. fans from all over the bay area went to the last home game for the raiders before they move las vegas. this man was at the first raiders game at the coliseum in 1966. he told abc7 news on saturday he
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wanted to be at the last game but he didn't have a ticket. the team saw our story and then cheated him to seats in the luxury box. >> i didn't have a ticket and one way or another i would get one. i didn't know it would go this way. it's beautiful. i'm a lucky man. >> the raiders lost and close the season on the road. >> as for the bay area's other team, despite the 49ers losing yesterday, they clinched a spot in the playoffs thanks to the rams also losing. this is san francisco's first postseason berth since 2013. if they win their final two games they could win the nfc west division. abc news is focused on efforts to building a better bay area. we've been following a controversial solution to the homeless crisis in san francisco. there's a new navigation center built along the embarcadero. abc news contributor and
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chronicle reporter phil matier reports it's expected to open this week. the center near the bay bridge will house up to 200 people. neighbors who fought against the navigation center argue it will bring more drugs and crime to the area. police say they're setting up a two-block safety zone around that center to keep loiterers, homeless encampments and drug use outside of the zone. now that san francisco's e-scooter program has expanded, an additional 750 e-scott oters will be on the streets. they can be found in several neighborhoods including mission, castro, bayview and near san francisco state university. by february of next year, a total of 4,000 e-scooters will be allowed. the wexaminer is reporting
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that the warriors team is building a 129-room hotel and 21 residential units in mission bay. the project would include restaurants and a spa across from the arena. a warriors spokesperson says the new hotel would help small businesses in the area and improve safety. the project will be discussed at a meeting tomorrow. coming up, a surfer gets into serious trouble along the california coast but the coast guard comes to the rescue. and get ready for fresh crab. the commercial season is finally open. find out how valuable the crustaceans are to california's economy. >> first i'm hanging out with lisa. i miss you. >> sometimes i see you out in the morning looking for a ride to work. this morning you may need a ride, you will need a jacket for sure. there's some patchy fog out there. we have clouds around the peninsula. it's 38 in santa clara. sunnyvale, cupertino.
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campbell, 37. temperatures crops to t s temperatures crops to s droppind 30s for the north bay. clear skies, light winds. temperatures are plummeting in oakland, concord and looking at a pretty good rebound as we work through the 40s through the morning hours. driving, drive pavement out there. winds are lighter. in the afternoon, on the breezy side. mass transit, no problems with dry conditions. on the peninsula, waking up to a few clouds, then 40s, still cool at 9:00. 50s as we get towards 11:00. maybe a few mid level clouds out there this afternoon. temperatures mid to upper 50s from napa to santa rosa, 57 in santa cruz. and this monday morning commute, i've been hearing it's not bad. >> yeah. it's actually pretty good.
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good morning to you. monday morning with cold temperatures. sunshine and a few clouds around
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today. it's your tuesday, we're watching increasing clouds. by late in the day, not the evening commute, later than that, through the overnight hours, we'll see some showers are arrive into your wednesday morning. the rest of the state today, pretty nice. dry. no problems if you're headed out with 53 in sacramento. upper 50s in monterey. breezy on the coast. mid 30s in tahoe. no chain controls. looking at that rain moving in in the next 48 hours. all right. thanks. new this morning, a new study by uc san francisco is highlighting how dangerous e-are e-cigarettes are. the study says e-cigarette increases the risk of asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and pulmonary disease. the risk is higher for those who smoke regular tobacco and e-cigarettes. this is the first long-term study on the effects of e-cigarettes. the findings are published in the journal of preventive medicine published today.
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a humboldt state university student is safe today after going through an ordeal in rough waters. the coast guard rescued the 20-year-old surfer yesterday afternoon. you're watching video of the coast guard pulling him up into the helicopter. the surfer got a medical checkup, he'll be okay. several gun buybacks over the weekend led to hundreds of guns being exchanged for cash. in san francisco, united players partnered with sfpd. during the four-hour event more than 300 guns were turned in, including 93 rifles, 75 revolvers and a few antique pistols. in the south bay, gilroy hosted a buyback. this was a first since southern santa clara started this. police collected 500 guns there. the shooting at the gilroy garlic festival prompted one family to turn in 15 guns. all of the weapons will be destroyed. commercial crab season is under way in the bay area. the season was supposed to start a month ago but got delayed.
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lauren martinez has more on that. >> reporter: crab season in san francisco has officially started. >> we're hoping that we have a really good season. we're sad that we're a little delayed in starting, but it is what it is. >> reporter: opening day for commercial dungeness crab season was delayed a month. max works for albers seafood. he said the delay hurts everyone. >> it's a big deal for boat owners, for their livelihood, the processors, it's for everyone. >> reporter: time is money for these fishermen that started their day on the water at 2:00 a.m. >> we're lucky to get two to three hours of sleep a day during the opener. >> and we'll be back out here in a couple more hours. take a quick nap and go back out. >> reporter: this boat alone
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unloaded around 9,000 pounds. from here, these crabs head out to the market. >> oh, i'm here to get some crab, customer in the market. people asking for, so this is the first shot we got. >> reporter: and even though eating crab can be a process -- >> i like it. i eat it but it's kind of a -- it's a little hard work. >> reporter: -- fishermen are just happy to be back on the water. >> finally, finally we get to go back to work and go out there and pretty much risk our lives to make a paycheck. >> reporter: and fishermen tell me crab season usually runs until july depending on migration. reporting in san francisco, lauren martinez, abc 7 news. a lot of people will be relieved that they can have crab for the holidays. all right. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. lisa is here looking at our day ahead. good morning.
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>> good morning. a couple of dry days a nice weekend, but the cold is with us this morning with a little bit of fog on the peninsula. up in the north bay, temperatures are in the low 40s from san mateo, 40 in belmont, foster city, redwood city. 37 in menlo park. and we have upper 30s for you in fremo fremont. livermore at 37. numbers in the mid 30s in the next few hours. 34 in napa. and san rafael, kind of suspect of that 51. 9 degrees cooler than yesterday at this hour. in oakland, it's colder everywhere. you will need the heavier jacket to start out. with a few clouds on the way, plenty of sunshine. patchy frost and fog. mostly sunny. the next chance of rain comes in late on tuesday. let's check out the week ahead with dry conditions. increasing clouds for your tuesday. into the overnight hours, light rain, a few scattered showers for wednesday morning.
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doesn't look like it will add up to much. more dry weather until we get to next weekend. saturday. in the south bay, 58 in san jose. mid 50s in san mateo. downtown, breezy, mid 50s to about 58 in santa rosa. look for 56 in hayward. union city, just 57. a uniform temperature this afternoon. pleasanton at 54. dropping off into the 30s in the north bay, east bay. a cold night ahead in the accuweather seven-day forecast. got the increasing clouds. 1 on the storm impact scale fon you for your wednesday. more rain looks like more significant system into the middle of next weekend. good morning, jobina. >> good morning, lisa. we're just starting off with a look at our map here to show you it's slow for the super commuters coming out of tracy. outside of that, no major issues across the board showing any sort of crashes or anything blocking now. do want to bring you to the bay
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bridge toll plaza. you can see it's slow. speeds down to about 20 and 14 miles per hour. the backup starts around powell. looking at the richmond-san rafael bridge, smooth ride across. no problems there. and moving down to the south bay, 87, live look there. and that clear ride this morning. thanks. two illegal streaming services with more subscribers than netflix and hulu put forget have been busted. fortnite is getting into film promotion. >> the popular video game host showed a never before seen clip of "star wars" rise of skywalker. it appeared at a drive-in theater within the game and included lightsabers.
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disney is the parent company of "star wars" and abc7 and the new film premieres this weekend. new at 6:00, how instagram is fighting bullying right through your feed. and a drug heist of a different kind in the northrthrh the thieves leave a trail of evidence behind. and one driver ended up picking up an unwanted hitchhiker. the surprise on a busy mountain road. we leave you with a live look outside as the city sparkles this morning. it's chilly. be prepared for that. we'll be right back.
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ithere's my career...'s more to me than hiv. my cause... and creating my dream home. i'm a work in progress. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. prescription dovato is for adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment and who aren't resistant to either of the medicines dolutegravir or lamivudine. dovato has 2 medicines in 1 pill to help you reach and then stay undetectable. so your hiv can be controlled with fewer medicines while taking dovato. you can take dovato anytime of day with food or without. don't take dovato if you're allergic to any of its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. if you have hepatitis b, it can change during treatment with dovato and become harder to treat. your hepatitis b may get worse or become life-threatening if you stop taking dovato. so do not stop dovato without talking to your doctor. serious side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, liver problems, and liver failure.
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life-threatening side effects include lactic acid buildup and severe liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop taking dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, including hepatitis b or c. don't use dovato if you plan to become pregnant or during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy since one of its ingredients may harm your unborn baby. your doctor should do a pregnancy test before starting dovato. use effective birth control while taking dovato. the most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, nausea, trouble sleeping, and tiredness. so much goes into who i am and hope to be. ask your doctor if starting hiv treatment with dovato is right for you.
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welcome back. in the north bay, santa rosa police need your help to catch a group of thieves who ripped off a marijuana business and led officers on a high-speed chase. this photo shows the bags of cannabis dropped on the ground by suspects as they were trying to escape from the police. officers confronted six men while investigating reports of an alarm sounding. the men sped off with police in pursuit at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour. officers called off the chase because it was too dangerous to continue. this week is expected to be the busiest shipping week for the postal service before the holidays. the center expects to process more than 225,000 packages today and a total of 1.5 million for the week. nationally more than 200 million packages are expected to be processed and delivered. officials say they used to have a busy day, now it's a busy week because so many of us buy online. they say that
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packages are larger, so the san francisco mail processing center has a special machine to deal with that. happening today, two dozen children will get gifts this holiday season thanks to the contra costa county sheriff's office. this is the annual shop with a sheriff. the event pairs 25 children with sheriffs deputies who take them for holiday fun and shopping at walmart. many officers kick in their own money to make this happen, and they help the kids buy gifts for the family so they can learn the spirit of giving. all right. good morning to you. check out these temperatures. you'll want to grab the jackets, maybe the gloves. 36 in santa rosa with some fog. 34 in napa. good morning in danville. 33 for you. in the livermore valley, mid 30s. low 40s oakland and san mateo. on the coast, 39, half moon chilly out there today. union city, upper 50s. a nice comeback with numbers on
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the mild side to where we should be for this time of year. 56 in napa about 3:00 this afternoon. sonoma in the upper 50s. looking towards the south bay, we'll be in the mid 50s in san jose. a few mid level clouds, remaining dry, mostly sunny in los gatos. crow clouds increasing tomorrow. we'll talk about our next chance of rain in a few minutes. checking in with the map again, just to show you all we do not have major issues out there. a live look at the golden gate bridge. no problems that i'm seeing there. smooth, quick ride across. a look at our mass transit here. the winter schedule is running for ferries with no delays. b.a.r.t. has 37 trains. no delays there. everything is on time for ace 1 and 3. on our drive times, a look here the a albail b
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minutes. highway 101 to cupertino, 10 minutes. reggie and kumasi? >> thanks. elsa has been the queen of the box office since thanksgiving but she got bumped off this weekend. jumanji the next level debuted at number one. the sequel earned $60 million. it brings back some familiar characters from the original including dwayne johnson and kevin hart. that's followed by "frozen ii," knives out, richard jewel and black christmas. all of that will be different by the time we get to next monday, "star wars" the rise of skywalker debuts this weekend. it's produced by disney, the parent company of abc7. a woman captured video of a bear scare in california. >> imagine seeing this in your rearview mirror. taylor hawkins shot this video. taylor was stopped in traffic on her way to sequoia and kings canyon national park when a roaming bear made his way through the line of cars and got on the trunk of this car.
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i guess it changed its mind because it hopped on, hopped off. it left. >> look at this nice push up. >> ready? okay. >> imagine -- he wanted to show us. look what i can do. >> this is how it's done. >> aif bei've been going to bar vandals hit an ice rink and melt the ice. how the community is fhting back. it was an ugly farewell to the raiders as the team lost its last home game. i'm amy hollyfield, the story coming up. and we are following breaking news, an amber alert issued a a young gi ed after a taken by her father. the search now across the state. a live look at the embarcadero this morning as people are slowly making their way out for work. we'll be right back.
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right now at 6:00, breaking news in san jose. authorities issued an amber alert for this little girl after they say she was kidnapped by her father. now we know he's accused in a violent attack. and mixed emotions in the coliseum as the raiders lose to the jaguars in their final home game. now raider nation is looking ahead to las vegas. >> we'll get to those stories in a moment. you're never more than seven minutes away from your accuweather forecast. we're checking in with lisa. >> good morning to you. waking up to cold conditions, patchy fog in the north bay. visibility well north at three quarters of a mile in yucaipa. elsewhere, a few scattered clouds. temperatures, that is the headline. 39 in foster city. half moon bay, and red i wouwoo. just babove freezing in napa. 40 for you in hayward. looking at numbers colder tha


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