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have to wait until tomorrow morning to recover the vehicle. melanie? >> reporter: out of respect for the family, law enforcement officials are not releasing the victim's name yet. they have shared she was an 18-year-old college student and an aspiring social worker. they also say they believe they will be able to recover home run body tomorrow morning, with her family close by. law enforcement officials are crediting the family of a missing 18-year-old with likely having found her vehicle in this creek. >> that determination and that love for her is what helped find that car today. >> reporter: approximately 30 family members walked along niles canyon road today and noticed a pattern in the water. >> a family member picked up a rock and threw it at the object. >> reporter: a drone confirmed tires. the car traveled about 100 yards
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from the point of entry to where it is now. the 18-year-old was going from tracy to see family. when she didn't arrive, family reported her missing. shortly after the sheriff's office says her car clipped another vehicle before entering the creek. her bumper and license plate remained on land. law enforcement agencies spent the morning searching for the vehicle, but officials won't be able to recover it until tomorrow because of the high water. overnight water levels are expected to recede. officials will also turn off water from the reservoirs. >> it's not like turning off a facet, so the water takes six to eight hours to see a noticeable dissipation. >> reporter: officials said they'll reclose niles canyon road at 10:00 in the morning. storms are to blame for
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opening a sinkhole this morning. sky 7 was over the highway as crews filled the hole with concrete. let's take a live look at the traffic map and the big problem the sinkhole is causing. repairs should be done and all lanes reopened by tomorrow night. there's a high surf advisory in effect right now. it includes santa cruz where we watched the surf pounding the beach earlier today. a hailstorm hit the bay area today. david tweeted us this video from oakland. and this comes from belmont where it hailed in the midst of a rainstorm. a live look outside right now from our east bay hills camera shows us a calm evening. spencer christian shows us what we can expect over the next few hours. >> there are areas of not so calm. we have scattered showers.
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that's how we describe this pattern. southerly showers containing locally heavy downpours. berkeley, richmond, up towards hercules and san rafael, a patch of shower activity and numerous reports of hail throughout the day and evening hours. in fact, pea-sized hail fell for about this afternoon and more hail on the way as you can see on this wider view. bands of showers wrapping around, pushing through the bay area this evening, possibly producing more hail. this is a storm of light intensity, but showers continue until the morning and flooding concerns are high. 7:00 this evening, notice we'll see more areas of downpours pushing through tonight and tomorrow. early tomorrow morning, leftover showers and cold air.
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i'll show you the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. a flooded stretch of highway 37 is open once again. the water receded today between lakeville road and atherton avenue. video from sky 7 this morning shows flood waters still covering part of the highway. caltrans is pumping that out, but it's taking a while because nearby fields are saturated. 580 through san rafael is the best option. a eucalyptus tree fell and crushed seven cars last night in the parking lot of an italian restaurant. people call it a land mark tree. >> was there a concern for this tree? >> honestly, yes.
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yes. i have to say a lot of trees have been coming down in our area, so, sure, there's been a concern. it's an old tree. i believe it's about 85 years old. >> everyone is just grateful no one was hurt when it crashed down. the storm has brought mow snow to mt. hamilton. the observatory sent fe fe photos. and check out these photos. kirkwood received three feet of snow in 24 hours. there's been 97 inches of snow. kirkwood tweeted this picture showing why they can't open chair two, because it's buried in snow. we have live doppler 7 hd on our app, and you can get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. new at 6:00, people in south berkeley were forced out of their homes when two people were
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found dead. sky 7 shows us the scene. police say two people died in the building under suspicious circumstances, but did not reveal what those circumstances are. as a precaution, other residents were evacuated until the fire department cleared the area of hazardous conditions. carbon monoxide has been ruled out. a family is demanding answers tonight after a police officer shot and killed their 21-year-old relative. it happened here on sacramento street around 12:30 a.m. police responded to reports of people finding with weapons and found 21-year-old angel ramos holding a knife attacking a 16-year-old boy who was on his back. police wrote in the statement that the officers shot ramos because of the threat imposed to the 16-year-old. >> our preliminary investigation indicates that he reacted properly. >> i was told he had a knife in his hand, but there was no knife, period. >> investigators haven't said if that knife you see there is the
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one that ramos was holding when he was shot. the 16-year-old victim was treated at the hospital for minor injuries. a new report on last month's oakland warehouse fire is raising more questions about the origin of the flames. the report says the fire began in a building next door, not in the warehouse. it blames inadequate electrical wiring. that is not the official fire investigation report. the fire department is still working on a final version. lawyers say the report should absolve the owner of the warehouse. "abc7 news" has tried to ask about the report. the d.a.'s office is still conducts a criminal investigation. the criminal case stemming from pg&e's role in the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion did
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not end as expected today. we're joined now live from san francisco with the latest. kate? >> reporter: there was so much emotion from many of the victims of the san bruno explosion, as well as information from the attorneys today that the judge felt it was necessary to continue this until thursday morning. as i said, a lot of emotion, including from people who lost their family members six years ago. >> it is hard to make it through the day without thinking of my family. >> reporter: 6 1/2 years ago on september 9, 2010, she lost her husband, teenage son, mother-in-law, dog, and house. only she and her daughter survived. that is when a pg&e pipeline splo exploded in their san bruno
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neighborhood. >> we will not stand by and let this happen again. >> reporter: they spoke to a packed room and judge presiding over pg&e's sentencing hearing today. in august, a jury convicted pg&e of six felony charges for violating pipeline safety rules. the judge did not hand down the final sentence but is likely to impose a $3 million fine, and ibld end safety monitor, 10,000 hours of community service and advertising mandate recognizing pg&e's liability. >> i'm pleased with what i hear so far, yeah. it will come out exactly what the judge is going to impose overall. but what i've heard so far is a huge step. >> reporter: now, there was a representative from pg&e on hand. she was a woman from the
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company's compliance committee, and ethics committee that was started two years ago. she apologized profoundly on behalf of pg&e for all the victims of the explosion, and this will continue thursday morning and we'll be there covering it. kate larson, "abc7 news." transportation is bike instead of a bar in san francisco, things are still complicated. and hear from an expert how the participants in this weekend's women's marches could turn those into a full-fledged movement. >> it was standing up straight, and now it's tipped over. >> it survived a century and it almost survived this weekend's storms. that story is coming up on "abc7 news" at 6:00.
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a new bike sharing company that was supposed to launch in san francisco today is putting on the breaks after city officials cried foul. but the chinese company is still promising to roll out sometime this week. kristen sze is here with details. >> reporter: the between tweeted this afternoon blue go-go is getting ready for you to enjoy it. but not today. that's because last week san francisco officials threatened to impound the bikes if they launched without a permit. with blue go-go, you would use the app, scan a code to unlock it and return it to any public bike rack. city officials worry the bikes
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would create a nuisance. >> not believing bicycles in the middle of the street. it is legal in china, it is not legal here. >> blue go-go says it's hoping for a launch later this week. for now, they'll rent private parking space where is customers can pick up and drop off the bikes. the company believes it can win people over with its low price. how low? they say it is just going to be 99 cents for 40 minutes rent call. >> all right, thank you. now back to our storm watch coverage, with some new video of rocks covering a road in alameda county. the road was closed this morning between castro valley and fremont because of several slides. there is no estimate on when it might reopen. and we're getting a drone's
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eye view of the flooding in marin county. cle group flew over two weeks ago and captured these shots showing all the water around highway 37 and 101. rough surf that's been stirred up by the weekend storms broke apart a historic ship. the "ss palo alto" is and a few of world war ii ships made out of concrete. here are the details on the damage to the historic site. >> reporter: for locals, the ship is a favorite spot. this weekend, the 98-year-old ship took a beating from the storms. >> what happened on saturday, the reverse third of the ship uprooted and turned over. >> reporter: carlo shot this drone video of the "ss palo alto" before the storms. now the massive tail has been sheered off and toppled over. what did you think when you saw it? >> i thought woe, that must have
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been a lot of force to knock it over. >> when i was a kid, you could walk all the way out and fish for blue gill and that sort of thing. >> reporter: it was designed to save on metal during world war i. but it never saw service and was grounded here to be a local attraction. >> it used to be a restaurant, people would go out dancing. so it was a very active boat. >> reporter: during storms last year, it began to break apart. the waves are just going to keep hitting it. as for all the debris that's washed up on the beaches, it's going to take a couple of weeks to clear it all out. engineers will take a look at the peer to make sure it's safe and repair any damage. the plan for the "ss palo alto" has long been for it to become a habitat for sea life.
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at least ten more california cities and counties have asked the state for emergency help following the latest round of storms. three major storms have swept through different parts of the state that triggered flooding, mudslides and many other headaches. state officials blame years of drought. >> because we've had drought for so long, the rain hasn't had anywhere to go. that's been the problem. >> the state is trying to figure out the price tag of helping with storm related problems. if it costs more than $53 million, the governor may request help from the federal government. weather today. you can see areas of scattered showers and locally heavy downpours are mixed. we've had lightning strikes in some areas today and periods of hail, as well. along with the active weather we have high surf in effect until
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3:00 a.m. tomorrow. a strong westerly swell is generating wave heights, and a chance of dangerous rip currents and sneaker waves. mere's a live view, looking at wet conditions on the embarcadero, and we have current temperature readings of 58 degrees here in san francisco. san jose, 43. gilroy, 46. looks like a little rain is falling out over the bay right now. temperatures are right now in the mid to upper 40s at santa rosa. fairfield, concord and livermore. this is the view looking out over san francisco. showers will continue to swing through the bay area overnight and into the morning areas. our next storm arrives early thursday. we can expect dry and sunny days beginning on friday. here's the forecast for this evening, starting at 7:00. we'll continue to see a few scattered showers moving through
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with occasional downpours and invasion of cold air. overnight, we'll produce snow down to about 3500 feet. of course, it will be raining in the north bay as the morning commute gets under way. low temperatures drop to the mid 30s overnight in napa. santa rosa, 37 in fairfield. and down in the south pay, san jose, a low of 39 overnight. tomorrow in the daytime, showers taper off, and we'll have at least partial clearing by afternoon. high temperature also be generally in the low to mid 50s. thursday, the next storm arrives, a storm of light intensity. nothing beyond just a slight rainfall. notice cold air tonight, that storm with possible snow in the higher terrain of the north bay.
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we don't expect it to last very long. the rain will sink southward, down to san francisco and parts of the east bay and break up after that, giving way to drying out. so here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. tomorrow, showers. wednesday, clearing out. thursday, the first in a stream of semi and dry days with milder conditions, beginning on sunday and monday. >> so you can say sunny and dry in the same sentence. your bread is safe, next. and the 2017 oscar nominee also be announced tomorrow. the announcement begins a
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> prater jones is recalling a product it sells in california and three other states. this bread may contain cultured
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whey which could be dangerous for people with milk allergies. trader joe's is offering refunds to anyone who needs to return it. in a quiet move, tesla has introduced the longest range consumer electric vehicle in the world. the new model s-100-d has a battery that, when fully charged, can last up to 335 miles. this new model will run you just over $98,000. >> tesla's ceo was at the white house today for a meeting with president trump. >> and the controversial executive orders president trump signed today. and how do you turn a march into a movement? we'll find out next. also ahead -- >> new information in our investigation under the largest privately owned fitness center in the worl
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drew demonstrators around the world, with about 500,000 in washington, d.c. alone. for some, it was a life-changing experience, especially for those who flew to washington to take part. >> we show you how the protesters want to keep the momentum going now that they're back home. >> reporter: sophia chang took her daughter to the woman's march in d.c. over the weekend. both came back promising to change the face of congress. >> go talk to our local politicians. make change, make noise. and it gives us confidence. we're not political veterans. we are very much new byes at this. >> reporter: there was an outpouring of women's support issues this weekend. but james taylor, a political science professor, says there is much work ahead. >> what i expect to come out of this depends on what kind of networks and alliances the movement leaders have with each other, in terms of whether they can sustain this. >> reporter: marches have a way of shaping america. after dr. king's speech in 1963
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in washington, d.c., the activism continued and helped pass the civil rights act the following year. in 1993, the march for lbgt rights brought equality. despite getting little sleep, deborah green says she feels energized and it's time to have conversations with people who think differently. >> the minute you head towards violence or head towards disrespect or you head towards hatred hatred, you lost the battle. >> reporter: those returning say the march has given them hope. leanne melendez, "abc7 news." >> president trump had a busy day at the white house, which included signing three new executive orders. he froze federal hiring, except for the military, he blocked
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foreign groups that consider abortion, and signed an order to withdraw from the tpp, a trade agreement with foreign powers that had never been approved by congress. the president also welcomed construction union leaders to the white house and said he would cut back on any multinational trade agreement. >> we're going to have trade, and if somebody misbehaves, we're going to send them a letter of termination. not one of these deals where you can't get out of them. >> the white house said the president also resigned from more than 400 companies he's part of. however, a liberal ethics group says that doesn't go far enough. the group says the president is violates the constitution. in our state capital, a california republican lawmaker is criticizing democrats who have accused trump of bullying,
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calling his campaign a danger. but one republican says these attacks set a poor example. >> they're telling everybody that donald trump is a bully. but all i'm seeing is democrats acting like bullies. >> and another move criticized by republicans, legislative leaders announced the hiring of eric holder to combat any of the president's policies that threaten the "values of the california people." california has some concerns about the president's action to withdraw from the transpacific partnership. our sister station in fresno talked to farmers about why it worries them. >> reporter: president trump signed an executive order to withdraw the u.s. from the tpp. >> we just officially terminated tpp. >> reporter: the tpp was a free trade agreement with 11 pacific rim countries. valley farmers worry it could cast a dark cloud over the ag industry.
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>> much of our industry is industry based, so opening up these partnerships are important for us to take our products to other places. >> reporter: the american farm bureau says the tpp could have resulted in a $4 billion boost for food producers who ship 25% of their product overseas. >> when you look at california, that number is much, much higher. you just take the california almond, we produce 83% of the world's almonds. 80% of those are exported. >> reporter: he says a workable immigration policy for undocumented workers is essential to keep farmers and food processors afloat. >> especially in california. we've got to legalize those workers that are here, hardworking. they're not criminals, they're not felons, they're not rapists. >> reporter: the tpp was negotiated by president obama. instead, president trump says the u.s. will work with each country individually. valley farmers were surprised
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president trump targeted the transpacific partnership on just his third full day in office. in fresno, "abc7 news." >> world news tonight david muir will do the first one on one interview with president trump. you'll see excerpts from that interview here on abc 7, including a one-hour primetime special at 10:00 p.m. after months of waiting, san francisco's new permanent police chief is now officially on the job. chief bill scott took the oath of office today. carolyn tyler joins us with more. carolyn? >> reporter: it was a well attended swearing in here at city hall for 52-year-old bill scott. for example, the police union, even though they backed another candidate, the union president was here, as well as several former police chiefs, including police chief greg surand heather fong. >> chief of police for the city and county of san francisco. >> reporter: inside the majestic
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rotunda at city hall, he became the 33rd police chief. >> i share a desire for a safe city. >> reporter: several colleagues from los angeles came to applaud him, including the lapd chief. >> he helped see us through the turmoil of the '90s. >> reporter: the san francisco department is grappling with officer involved shootings, a new use of force policy the union is challenging, and more than 200 reforms recommended by the department of justice. >> the doj recommendations and initiatives will make us better with our bottom line, which is keeping the city safe. >> reporter: scott is only the 33rd chief, selected from outside the department.
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and knows the learning curve will be steep. >> it's like stepping on a treadmill that's fully in motion. there's a way to do this, believe me. >> reporter: someone who understands some of the challenges scott faces, former chief greg sur. >> i think his very quiet, calm demeanor, energy, i think it's just going to serve him well. >> reporter: that composure on full display as a few hecklers tried but failed to disrupt the ceremony. in san francisco, carolyn tyler, "abc7 news." police arrested a masked man who they say tried to rob the same bank twice. thomas johnson davis was confronted on his way to a chase bank on south park victoria drive on january 6th. he was chased down by a police officer while attempting to destroy a robbery demand note. he's the same man seen in this
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surveillance photo, showing a man wearing a similar mask who robbed the same bank last november. >> michael finney helps make sure companies keep their promises. the most dramatic video from across california during the
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you are about to witness an avalanche. keep your eye on the top part of the screen. a huge cloud of white moving down hill. this was captured by a traffic camera in utah this morning in salt lake county. crews triggered about 40 avalanches while the road was closed. in northern california, the sierra avalanche center says there is considerable danger. these guys were trapped in one last night in their car on highway 89 near lake tahoe. the snow completely covered their car. the two were rescued within an hour of the avalanche hitting. they were in good spirits while waiting to be dug out.
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in southern california, we're seeing proof of the power of flood water. that is scary. there's no driver in that car. she managed to get out. officials say she tried to cross a flooded road yesterday. and the force of the water just overpowered her car. a flood watch was in effect at the time. the water carried the car for about a mile before it was wedged between some rocks. >> really fortunate she got out. only one more storm in the seven-day forecast and spencer is updating the forecast right now. see if it will warm up, coming up next.
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b.a.r.t.'s line into the tri valley. looks like teens are no longer rushing to the dmv when they turn 16. in the '80s, teenage drivers accounted for 6% of the drivers on the road. that number has dropped by half today. experts say it's due to a change of culture. >> it's just part of the new generation of people their age that tend to go more in groups than single. so there will be one person or two people that have driver's license, and then three or four friends go with them. >> california laws have recently tightened the rules for young drivers. the most recent proposal could extent the age with provision ally senses from 18 to 21. new developments in an ongoing investigation that a national fitness chain failed to honor what some thought were lifetime memberships.
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>> here's michael finney. >> this is an interesting one. 7 on your side has learned representatives of 24-hour fitness met with investigators from contra costa county and orange county district attorney's office. this as many members received new bills, but they said they thought they had a lifetime agreement. robert works out of his condo complex in san jose. she's looking forward to getting back to her daily workout routine after knee replacement surgy. both signed up for what they thought were lifetime memberships at a guaranteed rate. their rate remained stable for seven years. >> at that time, i utilized the facilities without issues. >> reporter: but for the second straight year, both received bills much higher than what they say they agreed to pay. robert's $49 annual dues went up
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to $99. jeanette's went from $9 a year to $129. >> we're seniors, and i didn't think it was right. >> reporter: both learned 24-hour was under investigation after watching a story last june. >> other folks just like me don't think it's right. >> reporter: 24-hour fitness did not respond to our questions. we have our investigators talking to different witnesses, and we'll see what happens. a closer look at the contracts for jeanette and robert indicate that both signed for an initial three years at a mixed rate and their annual membership rates could be raised after that. >> that was in the small print that we didn't really go through
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the small print. >> reporter: both say they were told verbally their membership was for life. signed the petition. >> even to this day i'm not happy about it. >> reporter: the contra costa county d.a.'s office says it will be another three months the investigation is complete. i want to hear from you. my hotline is open monday through friday, 10:00 till 2:00. the number, 415-954-8151 or reach me on facebook or >> michael, thank you very much. check out these photos. these pictures all have the #abc 7 now. you can share your pictures and videos with us and follow us on instagram. >> spencer has an update on the forecast. >> we have had the whole weather variety pack today. scattered showers pushing through the bay area, with some
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locally heavy downpours. with that, we have to be concerned about rough surf. wave heights are reaching around 20 feet right now. and there's a possibility of strong rip currents and sneaker waves. so stay away from the coast line. in the sierra, winter weather advisory until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. four to eight inches of loose snow will fall, producing low visibility and hazardous driving conditions. we're well ahead of average of rainfall. santa rosa, 200% ahead of average. we're doing okay so far. here's a look at the forecast. more showers overnight into the morning hours tomorrow. some partial clearing tomorrow afternoon. another storm on thursday, and then a string of sunny and dry days, even mild by the end of the forecast period. >> liking that. >> thank you, spencer.
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you again. >> got a great game out of the warriors in miami. second of a back-to-back in florida, taking on the heat after defeating orlando. and hoping to stay on
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the heat in miami. ws looking for their eighth straight. steve kerr would like to see his team get off to a quicker start. third quarters, miami taking advantage. james johnson for the stuff. heat by nine. ws defense keeping them in it. curry, snags the board. up to durant for the stuff. he had ten at the half. curry, will drive to the hoop. watch this shot. goes in, at the buzzer. and the ws by two at the staff. third quarter, more ws. draymond. grabs a loose ball, up to durant. ws up by five. the heat would push their lead
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now to seven. warriors brutal from three-point range tonight. this rings the ws within one. but late in the fourth, miami is up eight. about 3:00 left. sunday afternoon, she began her career at idaho in 1978, then ohio state, and has been at stanford since 1985, with a year off to coach the olympic team. >> you win because you have great assistants, you have great talent, and they buy into what you want to do, and that's what is important to me. just keep improving, stay healthy. >> the 49ers head coach search has been extended to this friday. t
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they are competing with the colts for the gm. stay tuned. kyle shanahan wanted to ma will friday. julio jones cannot be covered one on one, and coleman and freeman are tough to handle. coach darren quinn is trying to bring atlanta their first super bowl title. the message to the team, don't just be happy being in the big game. >> going to the super bowl is not the reward, it's winning. so we'll have to battle for it. but i thought they knew when you win that one, you have a chance and an opportunity that comes next. >> jim harbaugh is pushing the limits once again. last year he got a lot of flak for taking the wolverines football team to florida on spring break. this year he's taking them to
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italy. they'll practice in rome, and also visit local orphanages and u.s. military stationed in the area. this is the last time he'll be able to do it. ncaa passed a rule banning off campus football practices outside of football season. but that doesn't take effect until august. on this day in 1979, willie mays, perhaps the greatest baseball player of all time, was inducted into the hall of fame. he was a first ballot inductee, but 23 writer did not vote for him. are you kidding me? he had 800 home runs, and he was the best fielding player ever. now an ambassador for the giants, the say hey kid will always be our hall of famer. we'll have quarterfinal action from the aussie open tonight. and the warriors trying to come back and win this game in miami.
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>> the catch you saw there, he kept the runners from advancing. join us tonight at 9:00. coming up, minnesota's governor collapses while delivering a speech. then on "abc7 news" at 11:00, two people and two cats were found dead in berkeley. the new details tonight from neighbors. here's tonight's primetime lineup on abc 7. it's "the bachelor" and stay with us for "abc7 news" at 11:00. >> that will do it for this edition of "abc7 news." thanks for joining us. >> for the entire abc 7 news team, good night. see you again at 9:00 and 11:00.
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