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thank you for joining us on this sunday, february 5th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist, lisa argen. >> hi, everyone. we are starting out dry, and live doppler 7 picking up on cloud cover but we will wait on the rain. we have a moist flow from the pacific queuing up offshore and it will spread south throughout the rest of the evening hours. 50 in oakland as well as hayward. 49 in san jose, with cooler numbers to livermore. forecast today, patchy fog and clouds. we will be mild again, upper 50s to low 60s, and we will see the rain towards the evening hours and it stays with us all night into your monday. i will time it out for you in just a few minutes. the ninth district court of appeals here in san francisco has denied an emergency motion by the u.s. justice department to immediately block a
suspension of trump's travel ban. that means the ban is not in effect and will remain on hold until at least tomorrow afternoon, giving both sides time to file legal briefs and then the court will make a decision. the justice department says the engiinjunction says the ban har the public by the executive order of president trump based on his national security judgment. abc 7 news reporter has more. >> reporter: this is the paperwork and the docket number specifically assigned to what continues to be a historic case, and three ninth circuit court judges will decide if a restraining order issue bide a washington state judge should be reversed, and last month donald trump signed a travel ban prompting pretests nationwide. >> i think it's unlikely they would vacate the stay. >> the emergency motion argues
president trump has the power to regulate immigration and protect our borders. little insists the current executive order is way too broad. >> we want to keep out bad guys and terrorists, okay, but you are keeping outweigh more than that, and you are keeping out lots of people that already have been vetted, et cetera. >> this 12-year-old was born in yemen to a mother who recently had become a u.s. citizen, and that means she did not automatically qualify as a u.s. citizen and has been living in yemen without her parents, and she was supposed to arrive on sunday but her parents are worried. >> if there was an order issued to stop this from being applied, we would go back to having the executive order enforced and she could be stranded again. >> reporter: the judges could take a decision at anytime and experts believe it likely will be early next week.
in san francisco, abc news. >> iranian media said that country reversed its decision to deny entry visas allowing the u.s. wrestling team to participate in the freestyle world cup later this month. the wrestlers initially had been banned from the competition in response to president trump's immigration order. >> in florida, thousands of protesters chanted against the now-blocked executve order near the president's private mar-a-lago resort, and president trump hosted a fund-raiser for the national red cross last night, and the protesters flagged a coffin and they say it represents the death of democracy. and president trump had this tweet, the judge opens up our country to potential terrorists
and others that do not have our best interests at heart, and bad people are very happy. >> sky 7 was above civic center plaza in san francisco yesterday afternoon where hundreds of demonstrators say they plan to keep up the pressure on the administration. abc 7 news reporter, sergio quintana, has the story. >> reporter: this event brings together a cross section of people that share a similar concern. >> i am here to protest what trump is doing. >> we are the voice that has to say something for everything to change. >> reporter: the feeling at this demonstration was notably different than the protest crowds we saw last weekend. on sunday people flooded san francisco international airport and many aim to shut down the security lines to get their voices heard. this was not a rally aimed at shutting anything down or parading through the streets.
it was one of dozens across the country that were organized as a demonstration of momentum to keep public pressure on the administration. this is the second week of protests against donald trump's executive order, and speakers are encouraging people to do more than turn out at rallies. >> organizing means talking to your members of congress and trying to get at them in all avenues, from writing to them and calling them and showing up to town hall meetings. >> reporter: it was a multicultural and nationality group. >> the way he is acting and the way he is leading the country, it's going towards what reminds me of people back home. >> reporter: this event were peaceful and there were no counter protesters, and at san francisco city hall, abc 7 news. >> members of the bay area
yemeni community joins them. >> reporter: dozens of yemeni immigrants packed a room at the holiday inn to get the latest updates about the president trump travel ban and why it's misguided. >> we are an american citizen and we protect this country and we will continue to protect this country. >> reporter: yemen is one of the seven countries included in the ban, and mansoor said he was in contact with 75 americans trapped overseas this week. meantime, many of the folks at the meeting marched to the protest at civic center plaza, and this man hoped his wife would get a visa to travel to the u.s. next week, and after talking to his immigration attorney, he's not so sure. >> i called her and she said, i'm sorry, honey, everything is stopped until you hear news.
i don't know when. >> reporter: this yemeni national is speaking through an interpreter. >> the trump strategy right now, holding people in airports and he is worried about being one of those guys. >> none of us have ever committed crime. we are all law-abiding citizens. we pay our tax. we work hard. >> reporter: eric thomas, abc 7 news. a family that visited iran for an engagement party will be reunited after several members were delayed because of the travel ban. one relative arrived in the united states yesterday, and another last weekend, and the family doesn't know why he was held in custody despite being a green card holder. >> they give the visa and did all the securities they have to take, so why should that be when he gets here. >> the family is confused and
worried but are thankful for the support here in the bay area. >> you can get breaking news updates as they happen with our abc 7 app. and president trump talked about another hot-button issue when he sat down for the pre-super bowl super view, and his remarks to bill o'reilly are causing controversy this morning. >> i say it's better to get along better with russia than not, and if russia helps us with isis, a major fight, that's a good thing. will i get along with him? i have no idea. >> he's a killer, though. putin is a killer. >> there's a lot of killers. we have a lot of killers. you think our country is so innocent? >> the critics say president trump is putting the united states on par with putin who is accused of ordering the killing
of dissidents. and then this man posted on his instagram page he hopes to return in a few months to give the speech he was going to give. peaceful protests turned violent and his speech was canceled. this morning a pair of alameda county k-9s and their deputies are in houston helping to keep everybody safe at super bowl li. the department tweeted out this picture last night of the two deputies in front of the convention center thanking them for their service. i was saying it is raining in houston and we are about to get more here in san francisco. >> yeah, and with the cover of the stadium there -- >> yeah, it's got a roof. >> we care about the rain, of course, and it will be on the way late tonight, and the golden
gate bridge right now, nobody there. looking at the temperatures in the low 50s, and the rain will come in tonight. if you have sunday evening plans you will want to stay tuned. it will be with us for monday and tuesday as well, and the 7-day accuweather forecast is next. up next, why a republican lawmaker from california had to be escorted out of a contentious town hall meeting near sacramento. south bay teachers taking a stand. the reason they are against president trump's pick f
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an east bay family asking for your help this morning to find a missing man missing since yesterday afternoon around 2:00 to 3:00 on vicksburg avenue in oakland. they say the 73-year-old has dimension and is heri hearing impaired, and he does not speak english. if you see him, you are urged to contact oakland police. a crowd chanted shame as a lawmaker was escorted outside of a town hall meeting in sacramento yesterday. the representative mcclintock
took questions. his answers sometimes led to loud booing and security ateno attendance for the hall at 200, and some outside were upset they could not get in. >> we want to let people know we are worried. >> mcclintock said he felt there was an onart feeling to the meeting. yesterday abc 7 news was at the fairmount hotel in san jose where the message was loud and clear at a california teacher's conference. be betsy devos will have her senate confirmation hearing on capitol hill tomorrow. >> never having worked in a
public school and never been to a public school, and she didn't send her kids to a public school. all she has done her entire career is use her wealth to undermine public schools. >> not surprisingly, devos support from the tphanational appliance charter public schools, and from jeb bush. it's a right of passage for many young boys. the cub scouts district pinewood derby, building custom cars just from a block of wood. it was held at the muslim community association. the scouts believe in respecting people of all faiths. >> we in the boy scouts have a code to be rev runt but we don't
define what rev runt is to people. it's a partnership to see people that live differently and bring the whole community together. >> the secret to the fastest car was to put a lot of graphite on that baby. and then b.a.r.t. officials say crews will be removing trees on an emergency basis and trains will be single tracking through san francisco. trains from doubling pleasanton to daly city will be turning back, and b.a.r.t. officials say the delays will be from 7:00 this morning until 4:30 this afternoon. happening today, thousands of runners will take part in the annual san francisco half marathon. the race starts and ends in golden gate park. the route features a tour of the panhandle and sweeping views of the ocean from the great highway. the race promotes a healthy
lifestyle and benefits bay area charities. runners take off at 8:00 this morning. good morning. the runners will be running under cloudy skies. there's patchy fog on live doppler 7 right now, and no problems in terms of rainfall throughout the day today, but the rain will increase tonight due to a system offshore that will allow for good downpours from time to time. this is the first system in a series of systems, and we have a winter storm warning of the slope, and a winter storm warning for the greater lake tahoe area at 10:00 tonight. both of these go through tuesday evening, and one to two additional feet so snow levels getting lower and two to four feet over the highest peaks. wind will be an issue once again. kirkwood, five feet. can you handle that?
more of the heavy snow will be headed your way for incline tahoe city in the next several days. in the 40s, 48 for you in the eastbound valleys. 44 in dublin. and hayward, 52. novato with 45. looking for a cloudy day, and foggy spots as well, and then rain by about 4:00 in the north bay, and then that will continue to push through the bay area allowing for a rainy night and then a rainy pattern. so far we have had at least three days, four days of february, and rainfall amounts are looking pretty good. from a half inch in livermore to over three quarters in san francisco, and you can see the north bay and ben lowman looking at the highest amounts. we could see an additional half of foot of rain by the end of the week. the storm impact scale will be a
one. we'll time it out for you. you can see it's quiet to start the morning. the afternoon, a few breaks in the overcast. by 5:00, it's wet from the coast here, the marin county coast into sonoma. 7:00, everybody is wet, heavy downpours, and then by the evening hours it's still raining and maybe a little break, and then the next system already arriving and bringing showers in advance of some steadier rain arriving late monday into tuesday. timing these out, you will just have to know each and every day right through the week we are looking at wet weather. the first system, quarter of an inch to half an inch in the east bay, and then the shadow affect around san jose, but you will pick up throughout the next several days. highs today, upper 50s to low 60s. a mild afternoon, and remember the winter storm warnings
tonight, and then we will have brief heavy downpours from time to time and by wednesday the storm system wants to shift to the north and the last and final system should arrive on thursday, and it will be nice if this time we can time it out and have a dry weekend. if you download our app, it's handy to have and a lot of people are enjoying the camera views and tracking the rain and all that it offers. >> and you i don't believe in that whole groundhog thing, but he did see a shadow and said, what, six more weeks? >> yeah, feels like it, doesn't it? >> yeah. >> thanks, lisa. just ahead, san francisco takes a new step to gets cars off the road. the official unveiling of the first project of its kind. and then we are using our instagram feed celebrating people making a difference where you work. today we are celebrating playwright robert o'hara.
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voids the warranty. abc 7 news was in san francisco's mclaren park yesterday for the street skate project ribbon cutting. they transformed two lanes of a old roadway into a safer place for people. it will be a huge benefit to the community. people are now going to be able to walk on this street and ride their bike on this street and not have to worry as much about cars speeding by at 50 or 60 miles per hour right in the middle of a park. >> the project added raised crosswalks and new lighting and landscaping. and then a surveillance video shows a laptop exploding on a family's couch. what may have caused it and what exports warn not to do so it doesn't happen to you.
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storm impact scale and we will see rain arrive tonight. but the bulk of the day today for you for your sunday, cloudy and dry. upper 40s right now in san jose. we will be looking at rain arriving at 4:00 or 5:00 in the north bay. scattered showers and isolated downpours and it will be breezy at times. it's 50 right now in oakland. we're looking at 45 in los gatos. from the golden gate bridge, you can see a little fog. the worst fog is in petaluma. how much rain will we see? all the details in the accuweather 7-day forecast coming up in a few minutes. we are just hours away from super bowl li. will tom brady be up staged by matt ryan? or will brady submit his legacy of one of the best quarterbacks of all-time? we have a preview of today's
match-up. >> reporter: the fans. >> falcons riled up! >> reporter: the players. the excitement. all the pieces in place for a historic super bowl showdown in houston. >> we don't care nothing about the brady bunch. >> reporter: patriot's quarterback tom brady has four championship rings already, and matt ryan hoping to win the falcons their first. brady is facing more than one opponent this time around, the 39-year-old still battling the ghosts of deflategate, and the four-game suspension at the beginning of the season. >> we are moving on from that. >> the attention should be on this game. >> reporter: brady did show some emotion when talking to reporters. >> i think my dad is my hero because he's somebody that i look up to every day.
>> reporter: so far both teams seem to be embracing the festive atmosphere. >> this is an opportunity of a lifetime, and i didn't think i was going to go to the nfl. >> some acting like fans themselves when asking about lady gaga's half-time show. the singer/entertainer has been rehearsing for months. and other big names getting involved, luke bryan will sing the national anthem, and former w.h. bush will be the ceremonial coin flip with wife, barbara. >> reporter: 70,000 lucky fans getting to see the game live and in nrg stadium, and while there are no security events, we have all the security firms are all working together.
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predominantly muslim countries are rushing to get in after the ninth court of appeals denied the request to lift the president trump tweeted what is our country coming to when a judge can halt a homeland security travel ban and anybody, even with bad intentions can come into the united states. the opinion of the so-called judge, which essentially takes law enforcement away from our country is ridiculous and will be overturned. mr. trump reiterated his position during a gala at his florida estate last night. outside the estate, protesters chanted against and in favor of
the president. vice president, mike pence, believes president trump is being the man he always has been when he calls out a judge. >> 99-0 confirmed, and how is he a so-called judge? >> again, we face a dangerous enemy inspiring people to come into the country and frankly inspiring people who are already in the country and the president is determined to use the authority he has under the constitution and under the law. >> doesn't this judge have the authority to do what he did as well? >> what does pence answer in terms of questions about the authority? find out on "this week," and that's this morning at 8:00 right here on abc 7. surprising video shows a laptop computer exploding into flames. security cameras at a home in thousand oaks, that's in southern california, shows flames shooting out of a
4-year-old laptop plugged in on the couch, and it happened twice in the house and two more times after it was unplugged and taken outside. >> just in shock. we did not know what was happening or what to do. >> the family says the fire appears to have come from the laptop's lithium ion battery, and dell recalled 4 million of those batteries back in 2006 because of the risk of fire and is promising to investigate this case. experts say never charge your laptop on a couch or bed and only on a hard surface, and they also say don't leave it plugged in overnight while you sleep or when you leave for work. police in southern california are investigating what caused a car to crash into a cheesecake factory restaurant yesterday. the same place where a homemade explosive device was tossed on thursday night. the crash happened yesterday afternoon, and police are looking into whether alcohol or drugs were involved. nobody inside the restaurant was
hurt. a man threw a homemade pyrotechnic device into the same restaurant on thursday causing an explosion, and officers say the two incidents do not appear to be related. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, the new high-tech way to help improve your smartphone's reception, and how the city of san francisco is involved. here's a live look from our emeriville camera. get prepared for rain every single day this week. lisa will be along shortly it's okay to cry, right? no more! we don't want anymore! [crying] ahhhhhhhhhh! everyday price and no extra monthly fees, unlike cable. speeds up to 45 megs, for $30 a month.
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"gma" and we will see you soon. and then dozens tip for the wine and wishes event at the design center galleria. it's a foodies fantasy with some of the bay area's top chefs dishing up food. there's other high and live-end violations, and all money goes to the make-a-wish foundation. good deal. lisa is here talking about rain, rain, and more rain. >> yes. it will go away, but, you know, it went away for a little while yesterday, and we will be dry in santa cruz, going for a high of 61 under the clouds. later tonight it will be raining hre, pushing down through the central coast, and several inches, and i will tell you how much and have the timeline next.
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kickoff is at 3:30 our time. the warriors are off until wednesday night. last night the dubs tried to beat the kings for the 14th straight time. here are all the highlights in this morning's sports. >> the warriors are 0-2 this year in overtime games and they went into overtime last night in sacramento with a lot of drama. and a bitter scare at watching head coach steve kerr going ballistic and getting tossed in the third quarter. a few choice words for you lip readers. that fired up his team. steph curry, the three. and then klay thompson, a three for his 26. and then deep three, and he's pumped. finished with 82-82 after three. and then alley-oop here and puts
the kings up seven. and it's tied at 98 sending the game into overtime. and they have not won in overtime yet this year. and then six seconds left, and dubs down, and steph curry for the win and misses the lay-in. kings go on to win it 109-106. and then a warriors match-up night, wearing dubs jerseys for warmup. and then a turnover, and his 18th of the year. 2-1, sharks. tobias robbed. this game went into a shoot-out. coyotes store on their first two attempts. and then smith denies pavelski and the coyotes win it 3-2 in
the shoot-out. and then first defensive player of the year since the '80s. khalil had 11 sacks and 73 tackles and forced five fumbles and recovered three and had an interception return for a touchdown. meanwhile, matt ryan won his first nfl mvp award but that could be a bad sign for those picking the falcons, as no player has won the mvp and the super bowl this century. and seven new players here for the hall of fame. kicker, morton anderson, and a kicker was chosen by the senior committee, and jerry jones made it as a contributor. that's the way the ball bounces. i am mike shumann and have a great day. enjoying a break from the
rain. we have a moist flow from the pacific that will allow for a conveyor belt to be aimed at the west coast, and just where are we going to see the heavy rain stall out, midweek. not picking up on rain, but the cloud cover shows what's ahead. it's the next system queuing up offshore. first in the north bay spreading south, and we'll time it out, but already the national weather service issued a winter storm warning, and lake tahoe through tuesday. that starts tonight and goes through 10:00 on tuesday in the mountains around lake tahoe. one to two feet there, and looking at two to four feet higher elevations. kirkwood has a base of 7,800 feet, and goes up to 9,800, and that's where you see the higher number around kirkwood. unbelievable numbers again. emeriville, good morning, and it's 52 degrees in the city. and slightly lower dew points
this morning, so you might notice the change. and look at all the cloud cover here. ar kwrauz livermore, 45, and at the beach you will get rain later on in santa cruz, and all the way down the central coast. we are looking at potentially getting out of the drought for everybody. we have been out of it here in the bay area, but how about central and southern california, looking better for them as well. foggy morning in spots. cloudy. rain arrives late tonight. a rainy pattern through much of the workweek, but we will look through a series of storm systems to start out slow, so it's a one on our storm impact scale. we are dry until about 5:00. by 7:00, it pushes all across the bay. so you are wet in san jose, and that rain shadow affect going into what will be lesser amounts there. also our east bay valleys, this
is our first system. monday morning, you still have the shou wweshowers, and then h 11:00, and then the next system bringing more wide-spread steady rain mann rain. the first system, a quarter of an inch to a half inch, and the east bay, lesser amounts here in the south bay, and then the coastal hills and the north bay, up to an inch. that's system number one. let's pick it up here, monday night into tuesday. notice we have pockets of heavier rain. this is still monday night. and then into your tuesday morning, it's still raining out there. it looks like the first part of the week it's going to be very wet, and then we get a break by wednesday, and rainfall amounts right on through wednesday morning bring anywhere from two to four inches from san francisco into the santa cruz mountains. highs today, upper 50s to low 60s. the accuweather 7-day forecast,
a one on our storm impact scale, and rain arriving tonight and then we will get a break by some parts of the morning tomorrow and then picks up again monday night into tuesday, and then the rain shifts north on wednesday, and final system on thursday. so tracking it all can be a little tricky, so if you download our app you will be able to see the rain and do it yourself. >> these are all just 1s -- >> yeah, because we have breaks. >> thank you, lisa. just when cool, and a 5g is what being talked about. >> we will offer 5g evolution service. >> it's a standard that doesn't exist yet, and at&t already announcing they will test in austin and indianapolis by the end of the year, and the goal is
to handle more people and devices without slowing down. it's the same dilemma verizon faced a year ago when a big sporting event came to the bay area. veriz verizon's answers were hundreds of mini cells, and now at&t is using the same contractors and same city-approved design. >> the customer will feel the single quality is much better. >> reporter: small cells are perfect when you have hundreds of phones on one block, but at&t announced a solution for rural areas, like this one, uses poles already there. >> this is a radical new approach -- >> they are calling it air gig, and it fits on top of the wooden poles that carry power lines outside the city. >> it could be very expensive to
bry new cables. >> air gig gets its connection from airwaves like what they use to scan your body at the airport, and it draws powers like the wireless charging on smart phones, and it's still a few years out. >> we see it as a step towards the 5g. >> 7 1/2 hours a week, what will you do with all that time when you are not forced to be in control of keeping a 3,000-pound hunk of metal between the white lines. how
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29th avenue near east 12th street. let's get a final check now of your accuweather forecast with lisa. >> we have a lunar celebration at berkeley. low 60s, san mateo fremont, and the rain starts first in the north bay, and could be as early as 4:00, and more likely 5:00 and 6:00, and the rest of us, the rain tonight, a 1 on the impact scale, and then starts up on monday night into tuesday night, and then more ones after that, so stay tuned. e >> i do see it. all right. thank you, lesiand thank you fo joining us. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. abc 7 news continues at 9:00
good morning, america. breaking overnight, immigration showdown. the trump administration denied their move to block a judge's ruling freezing the immigration order of the president was blocked just hours ago. the vp weighing in with george this morning. >> the president of the united states has the authority in the interest of national security, to determine who that has right to come into this country. >> is this fight headed for the supreme court? race against time. visa holders scrambling to the airports. seizing their windows of opportunity. reuniting with loved ones. >> i just hope that everything is okay. >> others still uncertain about their future. from suicide to murder. a husband now facing charges that he killed his wife.