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francisco's most family-friendly neighborhoods could soon be a home to a medical marijuana dispense re, but some at fisherman's wharf says no way. >> abc7 news anchor is live on taylor street with the story. reggie? >> medical marijuana here. alcatraz fishers there. alcatraz over there. should this store turn into a medical marijuana dispense re? he said absolutely because this section of the city is under served. others have fierce opposition. they say they don't want to see it go to pot. >> 3,000 square feet with prime fisherman's wharf foot traffic is no longer for rent. >> this will be a waiting area for the patient. >> former yogurt shop and now a store and you want to sell what? >> medical cannibus. >> they have drawn up renderings of what the medical pot shop would look like. there is one big problem.
no license yet. a fesher man's wharf group that wants to keep it that way. >> and we don't feel it fits the neighborhood's family friendly atmosphere. >> is there a benefit to have it at all in fisherman's wharf or specifically where it is located? >> specifically where it is located. >> when they asked about the pot moving in he heard what we heard. >> it is absolutely crazy. >> the 1,000 signatures he got on the street and the more than 6,000 he got on-line supporting his marijuana venture prove people are ready for pot. >> would i have a problem with it? no. >> they have a competing on-line petition with fewer than a hundred supporters so far. the planning commission will decide if this is an idea that will bloom. abc7 news. >> the sheriff's office and
the d.a. are investigating the death of an inmate at the jail in martinez. a deputy sheriff found a man unresponsive in his cell this afternoon. deputies did cpr on the man, but they were unable to save him. >> new, hundreds of uc merced students marched to take back their campus after a stabbing spree. they prayed for the victims and then walked across the landmark bridge where the knife wielding suspect was fatally shot by police. the attacker has been identified as 18-year-old mohamed. all four stabbing victims are expected to survive. a devastating blow. the california fish and wildlife takes emergency action delaying the start of the commercial crab fighting commission. katie is live at santa cruz harbor with new details. katie? >> a quiet night in the harbor
and it will stay that way for who knows how long. the done jaw nuss crab season will not start until they say. >> you can't catch crab that will make people sick. >> he invested thousands of dollars in his boat and gear, but he can't go out and fish. >> the holidays, thanksgiving, christmas, new year's, they will be gone. >> on tuesday the california department of public health announced dung nuss and rock crab were not safe to eat. on thursday the department of fish and wildlife delayed the recreational dungeonous season. >> this is the first time the toxic bloom forced a delay. >> when it comes to the public health concern that is significant as they advised,
that's what we have to focus on. >> at the fisherman's wharf, disappointment abound. >> usually we are charging for the local crab. i can see it possibly going up to $18.95 or maybe 20. it depends on the price of washington crab. >> multiple industries at stake. >> i came from flaw fro to fish -- i came from florida to fish these crabs. i have a daughter myself and my whole season is riding on this season as wl. >> the rock crab fisheries are open year-round. students at middletown high school celebrated homecoming more than a month late. it was delayed after the valley fire broke out in september destroying 585 homes. 97 students lost their home. among them rose duncun whose father is a fire battalion chief. he was fighting other fires.
the loss brings her and her classmates closer together. >> we may have lost everything, but we didn't lose each other. it does president -- it doesn't mean anything else. >> the middletown mustangs plays the jv team. they won 12-6. police arrested a woman suspected of robbing two banks. surveillance photos show the woman involved in the robberies on tuesday and wednesday. police arrested 22-year-old yvonne francis roland. they did not say how much cash the robber made off with. a crash on the bay bridge this afternoon brought traffic to a dead stop. boy did it create a mess. a ripple affect late in the oong. a motorcyclist and a truck collided forcing authorities to shutdown three lanes. sky 7hd shows cars slowly inching along hours later traffic was still at a crawl. the transit authorities say traffic never recovered and
just kept backing up all day long. >> and no relief. traffic is not expected to ease up this weekend in san francisco. >> minutes ago the city closed a congested intersection for a project that will incon -- inconvenient commuters for days. >> the construction at fourth and king street moons many muni trains will be off schedule. passengers will have to ride a bus. >> it is hard for me with the stroller. if it is one of the new buses i can just jump in, but it is hard for me. >> they will start 45 minutes late at 5:45 a.m. the m bark dare -- the em bay bark dare row will -- embarcadero will not be running. many are being relocated. >> i am missing one kid so i have to walk with a lot of kids. >> the construction crews will
be jackhammering around the clock to tie in existing tracks to the new central subway line which is scheduled to open in 2019. >> it is heck -- hectic and unbearable at times. >> it will make it a major inconvenience. they say it is going to affect his customers driving in from the peninsula. >> because we are scheduled with clients back to back to back we cannot take people when it is late. >> the subway will stretch to chinatown and make the muni system more efficient for commuters. alan wang, abc7 news. >> parents are demanding answers after a school bus confrontation and all was caught on camera. >> they turn to the eye team and dan noyes is here with the story. >> the boy accidentally recorded the conversation and parents are stunned.
>> to me it sounded like instead of being an adult he was being a boy. >> we will show you the recording. >> and the california woman who tried to help a stranded dog only to need help herself. >> and there is a new "star wars" preview, but you weren't supposed to see this one just yet. >> i am abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel. here is a look at a cold storm coming in and it means part of your weekend will be wet. a look at the time line coming up. >> here is a look at what is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live" after abc news at 11:00. >> look what we did in the name of entertain mnt. >> what is the difference between a bison and a buff lo? >> they don't make bison spicy hot wings. they mak
help. dan noyes is here with the exclusive investigation. >> this san jose school district requires training for all drivers who transport special education students. a contractor hired by the district does not. this video shows just how important that training is. >> 14-year-old dominic is facing tough challenges in life. he has a genetic disorder that leads to stunted growth and behavioral problems. but the mother wanted to know why they were acting up in recent months. >> usually i have to get him off the bus. >> steel law finally got hard evidence. dominic pulled out his tablet on the way home from school. he mistakenly started recording and captured three minutes of taunting and threats by his school van driver.
the video a week later it shook them to the core. >> it made me sick to my stomach. to me instead of being an adult he was being a bully. >> the driver named paul made fun of dominic. >> are you a little girl? >> no. >> you are a little girl. you hit like a girl and you look like a girl and you act like a girl. >> you cry like a little baby. like a little girl. >> the driver encouraged other kids to pick on dominic and threatened to tell his father. >> maybe i talk to your dad and maybe he will whoop your ass. >> furious.
you can't take matters into your own hands. you have to go to the right channels. >> they brought the individual yoy to the transportation director and they promised to investigate. >> the most important thing for us in the transportation department is to ensure ids kids are getting to and from school safe loo. >> they explain the district trains the van and bus drivers in handling special needs students, but they have 35 vehicles for 90 routes. so they contract out with this company. they are a local business and the owner refused an on camera interview. his training consultant said bus drivers receive training for special education students, but the van drivers like the one who taunted dominic don't get the training. that driver has been fired. the school district should provide aides for the vans given the severity of the students' disabilities. . >> the fact they need them at school, rule of them they
probably need that support on the bus too. >> there is case law requiring aides, but no state or federal regulations for them. she adds these kinds of situations are common. we just don't hear about them because many of the students can't communicate well. >> it happens all the time and you just don't see it. >> that's why dominic's video was so important. if he hadn't pressed record on his tablet they may still be in the dark. >> it is not okay. >> san jose police tell me they have an open, active investigation into the matter. they sent it to the family violence unit that oversees the child abuse team. we'll keep you up-to-date on what happens and get back to you. in southern california dramatic video showing firefighters rescuing a woman trapped on the side of a cliff. it happened in newport beach about 4:30. authorities say she tried to help a dog stuck on the cliff. when she got down there she was stuck as well. after a half hour firefighters
put a hair net on the woman and pulled her -- put a harness on the woman and pulled them up to safety jie. we were wondering about the the weekend forecast. >> and it is kind of a mixed bag. >> it is indeed, dan and natasha. sunny conditions on saturday and slick conditions on sunday. here is a look at live doppler hd. temperatures, well you know what areas will be chilly toward morning. north bay valleys and the coast is in the mid40s along with the inland east bay valleys. once again it will be a cold start for those locations, but don't you worry. as we head toward sunday morning with the cloud cover it won't be as chilly. visibility is unlimited because we don't have the fog. dry saturday and rain coming in on sunday. snow levels will be dropping to 4,000 feet.
you could actually see mixed precipitation, rain and snow on monday. fair weather tomorrow as high pressure is the controlling factor. here is a cold system that is dropping down on sunday. you can see the speckled clouds. that's an indication of cold air. unlike the last system it will be colder air coming in on monday and that's what will set off the possibility of thunderstorms. saturday night cloud cover. here is a time line for the sunday plans. 4:00 a.m. and it shifts across the central bay and the south bay. 11:00 a.m. it is primarily in the south bay. and then you get a long break. it is mainly afternoon and evening where you may see peeks of blue. the second half of the system will come in with the cold air and that's what can set off the thunderstorms. monday morning is looking sloppy. it is still wet and at noontime you will notice still scattered showers into the early afternoon.
the cold air will be felt as we head toward tuesday and wednesday morning and could see more frost. rainfall totals, most areas are a quarter to half an inch. especially with the thunderstorms and the downpours possible. hail is accompanying the storms as they come in. snow 6,000 feet in the sierra and dropping to 4,000 and up to half a foot. carry your chains. winter driving conditions expected. chilly tomorrow morning. tomorrow afternoon it is sunny side up. south bay 68, san jose. 68 sunnyvale on the peninsula and mid60s redwood city. 60 if half moon bay. north bay 68 and san rafael and vallejo, east bay 67 oakland and newark. inland spots, livermore 71 and 67 in concord. niners are playing on sunday if you are going to the game against the falcons, levi
stadium will be cool with a chance of showers. accu-weather seven-day forecast monday morning looks sloppy. thunder is possible and then we go back to dry, natasha and dan. >> not even getting to monday. well, still ahead here, the force awakens has a new preview. preview. >> but it was president thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast
got an eye popping amount of footage from "star wars" "the force awakens." our parent company disney released it on the japanese youtube page. we can see more of the droids and new characters and a few old faces in there as well. >> "the force awakens" hits theaters december 18th. >> super excited. >> right now the biel
awakens. >> i can crush a plate of nuggets. but the warriors actually crushed the nuggets. >> i was wondering where that was going. steph curry has the floor. >> the warriors moved to california in 1962. never before have they started a season like this. best in west coast franchise history and mowing down the nuggets that that you tasha
had 21 points. warriors set a record of 28 assists. inside it is barnes again. a sweet bounce pass and play. the warriors with a season high 40 points. steph shoot and knocks it down. 8 assists and dishing here. this is with authority. stubbs by 30 at the half. a big night and he is playing so well. seven boards and nuggets can cut it to 10, but steph stops the bleeding and finishes with 10 assists. the war qlers were 6--- they were 6-0 for the first time. he is not thrilled, but he says he will do all he can to help gabbert get excited. watching kap play it is hard to believe this is the same
guy who lead them to the super bowl to the -- a few years ago. the completion is where it has always been at 59%, but 6td's and five picks is brutal. for now it is kap on the bench. >> they told me they would sit me and it was the eke -- extent of the conversation. to me it is selfish to put it on myself and take away from my teammates. i will support blaine and everything they do because they have been good to me. >> i don't pass judgment on that. i do everything i can to help this team win and try to support my teammates and help us get a w on sunday. >> san jose state is hosting byu. an 8:30 kick qof. a crazy late start. byu on a sf teen-play 80 yard dry. down 14-3. and late in the second and byu
hoping to get more before half time. a terrible throw is picked off. 61 yards to the house. san jose state with some life, but right now trailing 17-10 late in the fourth quarter. abc7 sports is brought to you by xfinity. i didn't think about it, but the niners could be in the rain against the falcons. we will find out if gabbert is a mudder. >> they just need one more challenge. >> abc news continues on-line with your abc7 news thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course...
are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> coming up on jimmy kimmmmmmmm
>> welcome to "bachelor" fan favorites week. we've invited some of your favorites from "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette" to play for charity today. and this should be good because trust me, these guys do not like to lose. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, i'm chris harrison. welcome to the show. are you guys ready to play "millionaire" today? [cheers and applause] good, because it's "bachelor" fan favorites week. as newlyweds, today's contestants are proof you really can find love on "the bachelorette." hopefully they'll be as lucky today, as they play to win money to donate to their charity, the plymouth housing group. from seattle, washington, please welcome my good friends, desiree and chris siegfried. [cheers and applause] what's up, brother? good to see you. >> hi, how are you doing? >> welcome. guys, come on in. >> thank you. >> oh, oh, whatever.
>> you guys are here two seconds, and you're already lost. >> i was already lost. >> pull it together. good to see you guys. >> both: nice to see you. >> plymouth housing group. >> both: yes. >> what is this charity you're playing for? >> the plymouth housing group is actually an organization in seattle that they--they home the chronically homeless. so right now they have 2,000 tenants that they home. the majority of them are disabled, have a mental illness, or they're a veteran. so we've been able to be a part of them, see the housing, and chris even was a part of the seattle dances, which he got to dance his little butt off. and earn some money. >> back up. chris got to dance? >> uh, yeah, right? did a little jig. >> how was that? >> it was okay. i got, like, sixth out of eight. >> he did-- he did really well. he did really, really good. >> so you guys have been married, what, almost a year, going on a year? >> both: seven months. >> yeah, so we're getting close to that. how's married life? you guys living up in seattle. >> yeah, married life is good. >> most of our couples end up up
in seattle. >> i know. jason, molly, and-- >> catherine's from there. >> catherine's from seattle. >> i know, it's a hotbed of success for our show. and you guys were obviously hugely successful. and today, you're gonna have another chance to raise a lot of money for a great charity. >> i hope so. >> let me tell you what you're up against. 14 questions, the money value's growing from $500 all the way up to $1 million. [cheers and applause] >> we have to do it. >> every question you answer correctly moves you one step closer to that top prize. remember, at any time, you can walk away with the money you've earned, donate that to your charity. if you give me an incorrect answer, you walk away with nothing until you get to those thresholds. there's two of them--$5,000, then again at $50,000. you also have your three lifelines. this audience is here to help you with one. "50/50," we take away two incorrect answers. and your "plus one," what smart genius did you bring with you? i hope. >> we brought our friend joseph from seattle. he just moved here actually. >> joseph, how you doing? >> there he is. >> hey. >> we'll find out how smart he is. it'