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to fall across the bay area. here is a live look from our exploratorium cam riew -- camera in you you can see a few smattering of drops. >> this is a look from our emeryville camera. >> this was the scene from san jose. very wet roadways which caused problems. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. let's go to meteorologist sandhya patel with live doppler 7hd tonight. sandhya? >> dan and carol lip, this has been a slow-moving soaker. heavy rains and right now i want to show you where live doppler 7hd is showing the heaviest rainfall activity. as we take you in closer i want to show you the east bay is getting soaked. around lafayette and hercules. ace take you to street level it is getting a pretty good wool loping. as i pull you out toward and
up toward the north bay novato and san rave tie yell and lucas valley and ignacio boulevard getting drenched. from the peninsula area down toward the south bay, the rainfall is lighter, but it has been adding up quickly. i will be back with the rainfall totals so far and what you can expect for the morning commute coming up. dan? >> thanks, sandhya. breaking news. the weather may have played a role in a horrific accident in vallejo amount of man hit by a car and then dragged by another one. he was hit at broadway and hogan and dragged another mile near mini and stanford drive. alan wang is live tonight with the story. alan, it is awful. >> it was 6:00 and dark and the roads were wet. weather was definitely a factor that investigators are examining. this is the intersection where the driver finally stopped and realized he was dragging the victim, a disabled man who lived around here.
witnesses say the 89-year-old driver of this mercedes didn't realize he dragged a pedestrian nearly half a mile down the road until he was flagged down. >> unfortunately there is a loss of life here tonight, and it is the result of a horrible, horrible accident. >> this woman tells us her 41-year-old cousin is the victim. he was at this intersection in vallejo when the female driver of this car struck him. >> i can tell you that there is no crosswalk in that area. it is fairly dark there. >> kno the impact knocked the victim into the next lane where he was hit and dragged by the 89-year-old driver. he finally stopped in front of emily's house. >> my children heard tires screeching. they looked out and saw the body under the tront end of the car. >> firefighters had to use air bags to lift the car and remove the victim who died at the scene. the elderly driver lives in her neighborhood.
>> physically seems to do pretty well, gets around okay. most of the time we see him and he is walking. he gets around okay. >> the victim's relative tells us he regularly crosses this intersection and her cousin had been disabled by polio since childhood. in vallejo, alan wang, abc7 news. new at 11:00, two men are in the hospital tonight after their truck crashed off a north bay road, flew down a 30-foot em bank meant and ended up on its roof in a creek. it happened near the town of glen alan. the highway patrol says rain and speed were factors in this crash. anger over a police confrontation caught on camera on friday spilled on to the streets around the police station. demonstrators call it a clear case of police brutality. john alston is live on valencia street where police are defending their actions. john? >> it was quite a scene, carolyn. there was a line of police officers ringing around the front of the mission station during the height of the
protest. they had their helmets in hand, but there was no need to use any of the riot gear. the demonstrators who were here are planning another appearance in this neighborhood tomorrow afternoon. more than a hundred demonstrators circled valencia street seething over the altercation with san francisco officers that left four men injured and under arrest. >> i want justice for my kids. they beat up my kids and arrested him and threw them in jail like criminals. neither of my children h's records. >> the friday afternoon incident began when plain clothed officers tried to cite dj williams for riding his bicycle on the sidewalk. they say he bit one of the officers and ran toward the apartment. others decided to get involved in the toc sell. williams was badly bruised. >> he was upset by ped what. to me he was profiled. whether the police think what
they did was wrong or not, it was wrong. >> the officers are being pufned at, -- punched at, right? they can use whatever force reasonable to overcome the resistance. that's what the thrust of the investigation is. >> five officers were also hurt. the d.a. has not filed charges against the four men arrested pending further information. john alston, abc news. a mystery witness in the case of a missing patient at san francisco general hospital who was later found dead there. abc7 news broke the story today. sources tell us the witness was a visiting doctor from india who thousand works at -- who now works in the hospital. they questioned him about this case. he reported to hospital staff he saw a person who appeared to be sleeping in a stairwell. deputies were notified, but they never checked the stairwell. the body was found two weeks later.
>> now somebody comes forward, a doctor, and says i was the one that saw her and did nothing more than say so to somebody that let him in out of a locked door? i can't fathom the thinking. >> the hospital tells abc7 news the doctor came forward after he saw a flier at the hospital and realized that he must be the one investigators were looking for. the city of cupertino approved apple's plan to build a massive new headquarters tonight. the city will give apple a 4.4 million dollar tax break each year saying the benefits far outweigh the costs. the 2.8 million square foot building will hold more than 14,000 employees. should only less attractive female be used to recruit women soldiers? the comments are drawing fire. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian on what that officer had to say and how people are responding to it. >> it is offensive. >> why are we talking about
women's attractiveness if we talk about military service? >> that's what women all over are wondering after an army colonel called this photo a bad choice because the woman is too pretty. the colonel said, quote, ugly women are perceived as competent and pretty women are perceived as using their looks to get ahead. >> it is frustrating to see that stereo type still exists around military women. >> susan is a former u.s. air force captain. she finds the attention on this soldier's lipstick shade looks sad. >> the nature of these people, the character of the people. >> congresswoman jackie spore also lashed out today. she tweeted, another example that the u.s. army just doesn't get it. it debates if a pretty girl should be used in pamphlets. they say using an average looking person in an ad makes some sense.
>> you don't want somebody who is sending the wrong message and say the military is a place for glamorous people. >> the colonel whose comments set off the firestorm also happens to be a woman. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. the search is on for a medical crew who were on a learjet that went down. the coast guard recovered two bodies. the plane was on a medical flight bound from mexico just after takeoff from fort lauderdale. the pilot radioed air traffic control to report engine failure. we are continuing to track the storm that is moving through the bay area right now. while it is bringing much snow just yet.has not brought this is near truckee. it is the only resort near interstate 80 that is open at this moment and that's because they have been making their own snow feverishly. here is a look at live doppler 7hd and you can see a lot of green on this map, a lot of pro sip station.
meteorologist sandhya patel will have a full check on the weather in just a few minutes. stay tuned for that. the holiday shopping season is upon us. >> michael finney is here with some services that claim they can help you find the lowest prices on all of the stuff you need for the holidays. >> the sites will alert you when the best deals show up. but all apps are not created equal. which should you use if you want to stretch your budget? >> and a warning for parents. the dangerous dolls that are potentially poisonous and what the government is doing about it. >> and is it cute or just crass?
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passengers getting kicked off planes. now the f.a.a. is considering obese pilots. it suggests they suffer sleep apnea and not enough sleep could have the same psychological effect as drinking. they will test the overweight pilots and the air traffic controllers. if diagnosed with apnea, they will be treated before they can return to work. weeks before christmas federal agents seized 200,000 toys from china. u.s. customs and border protection and the consumer commission confiscated these dogs including los angeles. they have high levels of fallates, chemicals banned in the u.s. that many refer to as the new lead. they are considered a human carson gnaw gin. american toy producers stopped using them in 1999. you are starting to think about buying gifts and there are ways to stretch your
budget by finding the best deals out there. >> michael finney is getting you ready for black friday and he has ways to save. >> as you put together your wish lists, wouldn't it be great to be able to monitor the best prices available for the items on your list? here is a question. are you always getting the best price? there are self-websites and ads available to help you do that. jillian good man is on a budget. noel garcia just graduated from college. >> i am not making as much as i would like. >> and morgan fisk makes it a habit to keep her eye out for the best prices. all three of our 7 on your side staffers agreed to help us deal for the best way to keep tabs of the best prices. deal news, huxters and nifty tracks the prices of the items you would like to follow. sounds good. but how well do they really
work? our three testers find out. on huckster you find the item you want to follow and huck it. >> there are specific notifications when just that product goes on sale. >> on nifty you can track the highs and the lows. >> you can see the items on the website. it has the percent they have gone down or the percent that some items have even gone up in price. >> noel garcia likes the way deal news laid out the website. >> you can choose your preferences and go and look at what you are looking are to. >> how much did our three save? >> the item i want to save the most on is the vitamix b vitamir that started at $700 and now it is $595.95. >> noel had the opposite experience. finding a better score with
hucster. it was a 49% off boots from hucksr. >> they were originally $100. >> which came out on top 1234 one shopping cart the low and te of one and a of that. the three agreed deal news sends them too much irrelevant information. >> i know with deal news it flooded my in box and every day i was deleting 50 e-mails and keeping two or three that ts looking for. >> nifty and huxter were in a virtual tie with nifty getting three shopping carts and huckster3.2. so to break the tie we turned to consumer experts. >> huckster will track price drops. if a price goes -- or if the good goes on sale or a coupon is available they will e-mail you or text you. >> congratulations to huckster
for being our price tracking champ. you can find thinks to each of the sites and other holiday shopping advice. all of that on our abc7news.com website. tomorrow, i will look at the best door buster sales on black friday. we are naming names and we have prices, phenomenal. a holiday commercial featuring men in their boxers is the focus of a growing on-line debate. here is what is causing the fuss. watch. commercial has men moving their hips to the tune of "jeng gel bells --" jingling bells." some say it is crass and in bad taste. there is a comment frenzy on k-mart's peage saying they will no longer shop at k-mart. others think the ad is funny. grammy winner adam levine can add one more award to his
resume, sexiest man alive. they picked the maroon 5 front man because has looks, talent and a sensitive side. he said he thought they were kidding when they told him. >> he barely beat out michael finney. let's talk about the storm for for -- moving in. >> sandhya patel is here. >> don't forget your umbrellas when you leave home. still seeing quite a bit of moisture. the moisture is shifting southward and eastward. check out what is going on in the south bay. san jose, evergreen, heading out toward the east they are seeing brief downpours. they picked up a 10th of an inch in a few minutes. we will take you up to the east and as you look east of walnut creek, 680 we are seeing moderate to heavy rain. in the north bay we are picking up heavier pockets around sears point. this is where the snow has
been picking up throughout the day. the snow levels are high though. there are chain controls on 88 and 4 and make sure you are carrying the chains. winter weather advisory is tomorrow morning at 10:00 and runs until 10:00 p.m. they are expecting above the 7,000 foot level and 6 to 12 inches of snow. lake level, we are talking a couple inches. speaking of rainfall, we have seen a lot of rain and you know we have been talking about it all nightlong. san francisco is just under half an inch. half moon bay has picked up .68. you head down toward the south bay and san jose is .15. oakland .38. even normally livermore in the rain shadow of the mountains picking up a quarter of an inch of rain. check out the dog. what is going on? the dog does president know what is going because it has been nearly two months since we have seen significant
rain. prepare for it to be on the wet side. san jose, are you all in the no. 50s right now. the view from our exploratorium camera, clouds and low visibility. santa rosa 55 and fairfield same thing and concord and livermore in the 50s. uniform numbers from the heavenly camera, not seeing the snow yet. heavy in pockets and scattered showers tomorrow which includes your morning commute. sunny and mild into the weekend. here is the satellite and the radar. this storm system has been slow to move south and eastward. it is continuing. as it continues we will see the rain line continuing to press southward. 5:00 a.m. you can see the scattered showers behind the front. and even into the evening commute we will see a few pockets of showers before it winds down by late tomorrow night. we are expecting the morning commute to include slick roadways. you will need the wipers and the extra time for the commute. tomorrow afternoon scattered showers and sunny breaks as well. upper 50s to the mid60s. accu-weather seven-day
forecast, we are going with a dryer, warmer pattern heading into the weekend. enjoy the rain. we definitely need it and obviously live doppler 7hd will keep you up-to-date. >> thank you. >> you can also keep tabs on the rain with the abc7 news weather app. just go to abc7news.com/apps for details. >> now on to sports. larry beil is here. >> i am bringing the pain. very different injuries and full contact golf. a shot that will leave you laughing and happy that it wasn't you. you've got to try this sweet & sour chicken helper. i didn't know they made chicken. crunchy taco or four cheese lasagna? can i get another one of those actually? [ superfan ] hey, america, we're here to help.
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on twitter it is ironic that steph curry will not play on steph curry bobblehead night in oakland. that's because marvin williams used steph's real head as his own personal cushion. he suffered a mild concussion in the win in utah as williams landed on top of him. steph had a headache, but nothing more serious. he is feeling better today, but the warriors are not taking chances with their star player, so he will sit out tomorrow night against memphis. giants made it official signing tim hudson. hudson pitched nine years for the braves. before that six years in oakland. some a's fans miffed that huddy will not be back in green and gold. the 38-year-old pitcher explained his position on knbr. >> as an opponent you go in and envy at what they have. it is exciting to be a part of something like that to know it will be like that every game, every home game and our opportunity to win your
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mike nico will by -- will be be tracking the live doppler 7hd. >> to keep an eye on the conditions join the news team at 4:30 in the morning. talk about brotherly love. these two pittbulls in new jersey are inseparable. >> jeffrey is blind and his brother, jermaine, is his guide dog. jermaine helps jeffrey eat and walk around. >> they are up for adoption, but the shelter is only considering families who can take both of them. the story has gone viral on the internet and now dozens of people want to adopt the duo. >> that's really sweet. coming up, actress elizabeth banks on jimmy kimmle. >> from all of us here, we appreciate your time. ♪ m
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