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resi resign. good evening thank you for joining us. and sources say they met twice during last year's presidential campaign. >> that could be a problem because in january sessions was asked about having contact with russia during his confirmation hearing when he was under oath. here is a clip of of the exchange that the attorney general had with minnesota senatorial franken. if there is any evidence that they communicated with russia during the course of this campaign, what will you do? >> senator franken, i'm not aware of any of those activities, i have been called a surrogate a time or two and i did not have communications with the russians and i'm unable to comment on it.
>> the attorney general quickly responded tonight saying in a statement i never met with any russian officials to discuss issues of the campaign, i have no idea what this allegation is about. it is false. house speaker nancy pelosi said in a statement, quote, after lying about communications with the russians, the attorney general must resign, sessions is not fit to serve as the top law enforcement official of our country. and download the abc 7 app to stay on top of the alert. and a mouse on a plane, sky 7 video shows the british airways plane finally landing at sfo tonight, but that is after a rodent forced passengers to suffer through an hours-long delay. >> more on the details. >> reporter: dan and ama, a mouse may seem harmless, but it can actually doing a lot of
damage, which is why they took measures. british passengers arrived exhausted. their long to san francisco flight delayed hours because of a mouse on board, spotted when everybody was buckled up ready to go. >> somebody saw a mouse that ran under one of the doors, they kept us on the plane for about 15 minutes, told us we couldn't fly with the mouse. >> reporter: passengers had to get off the plane, while at the terminal, the officials looked for another plane. >> it's clear the mouse can't enter the u.s. without a passport, but in general i think it makes sense because i wouldn't really want to eat food on a plane that had a mouse. >> reporter: it's not clear how the mouse got on the plane, but the rule is if there is a mouse on the plane, they cannot fly. >> they have the ability to chew through a lot of things, including wiring. this is one of the last things you want, something biting on the wires, whether it's in
flight or not. >> reporter: the british airways said that everybody holding their passport is on this way to california. now, everybody is in california. >> i think you would not tell anybody you saw a mouse. >> reporter: a tiny mouse that caused a big inconvenience for hundreds of passengers at sfo, lillian kim, abc 7 news. and sky 5 over the scene in south san francisco as flames shot through this building on allen avenue, the fire grew quickly, no one was inside when the fire crews arrived. two thrill seekers face charges tonight for a high-flying stunt in san francisco, police say they say men both from san francisco base-jumped from the 46-story hilton hotel in the tenderloin, landing right in front of the patrol car apparently. police arrested the two men around midnight, police believe
it is possible that a third base jumper got away. base jumping is not illegal, per se, but the men were charged with conspiracy. it didn't appear they were guests of the hotel, they made their way somehow to the hotel and found their way to the roof. >> abc news reporter amy hollyfield refused to talk on camera, but said he was not jumping for attention. and people forced out of their homes last week. a check was given for $5 million. abc 7 reporter katie marzullo has more. >> reporter: ama, the check is making its way to flood victims, $800,000 will get to sacred heart community and in the hands of individuals by next week. meredith king stepped inside the north side theater company on
east williams street for the first time since the flood water receded. >> it's everywhere, all over everything. >> reporter: the flood forced theater to close, eight shows have been cancelled. >> i know that things could be worse, but my gut reaction is how overwhelming the cleanup will be to get all of this taken care of. >> reporter: police forced from their homes also are overwhelmed. but a massive donation means help is on the way. the biotech king, >> when i came to this country, i had nothing, now i want to help people. >> his total amount brings the flood relief to $6 million, the flood recipients need to register to become eligible for money. the north side theater has lost thousands of dollars in revenue because of the cancelled shows but it's getting help in the form of a temporary venue. at the san jose stage company.
>> whatever we can do. in theater arts to support each other. in this regard, it's where i come from. >> reporter: the show must go on. and it will this weekend. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. a woman's quick thinking gave palo alto police their best clue as a man exposed himself. she took a photo as he walked away. she called the police and said the man exposed himself to her. police are searching for a hispanic male in his early 20s about 5'7" with a pencil thin mustache. and east bay city hoping to cash in on businesses that can't afford to open in some of the most expensive parts of the bay area. that is right, katie, more to explain how the city leaders are trying to lure these businesses in? >> reporter: dan and ama,
downtown concord is really cute. there are lighted trees and restaurants within walking distance. but that is not what brought us here. i heard an ad on the radio today. it's a unique push for business development and it appears to be working. downtown concord sparkles, but that's not how economic leaders are selling it. turn on your radio and you will hear this. >> silicon valley in san francisco made the bay area overpriced with no place to go. fortunately the city of concord opens up a refreshing amount of space with built properties. >> reporter: they launched a $100,000 pr campaign in re-branding the city. >> concord, a better fit for business. >> we're seeing a lot more interest with our website, a lot more hits and questions from brokers asking about opportunities we have in concord. >> reporter: restaurants, and hot spots, lima, the chef and owner worked at the french
laundry and currently owns artisan in lafayette. he saw potential here and opened in november. >> i have seen a lot more traffic and people saying thank you for coming to concord. this is something we needed and i have heard a lot of that lately. >> reporter: these poster ads at the embarcadero bart station also tried to lure people to concord. >> we thought we would do something more different and aggressive. >> reporter: an aggressive sell at concord's abundant growing city. and captures michael jackson, coming up, the photographer who caught every moment of the legendary king pop's life, reveals the deep secrets behind the iconic snapspots. and so much snow, everybody is celebrating the winter white in the sierra. more snow for them, and rain in the bay area, we'll let you
know if the storm will be a washout coming up. and was it cell phone distraction? the new punishment tonight for the man put in charge of those infamous oscar envelopes. first here is what is coming up with jimmy kimmel live. thanks dan and ama, here is what we're working on. >> i was in the makeup room, they were putting my makeup on, it was a scene from the mental
hard to believe, but nearly eight years have passed since the death of michael jackson, the king of pop. >> to this day he remains one of the biggest star s of all time, and now we hear from the man who captured multiple photos of the star. >> david ono introduces you to harrison funk and the stories behind the images. >> it was 1969, the ed sullivan show, the world would never be the same after seeing a 10-year-old with extraordinary talent. ♪ ♪ ♪
>> michael jackson. ♪ ♪ ♪ we watched that boy wonder evolve to the teen idol, and then a bona fide superstar. >> i would put them up there with davinci and michaelangelo and picasso. >> every night he made magic. and then he could not wait to see the pictures because he wanted some of the magic. >> i asked funk to put the pictures to the magic. >> this was in europe, probably over 100,000 people at the show. there is a satisfaction on his face and feeling the love of his fans. that was the overriding drive was to perform for people. ♪ ♪ ♪ take you there ♪ ♪ >> and it showed, his show was absolute perfection. >> he was a child, he knew the
child within. and he never wanted to lose that. and that was part of the magic. he wanted to make other people get in touch with their owner child. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what makes this photo important? >> so much, first of all michael wanted an image that captured his emotion. this was at wimbley in london, he was moon walking across the stage. ♪ ♪ >> at this point, he was doing -- he did a sort of slide, and then kind of a circular moon walk. >> how big a deal was the moon walk when it came out? >> michael was actually taught how to perfect it by jeffry daniel. >> it was this broadcast, top of the pops, that grabbed daniels. he performs the back slide, michael learned it and called it
the moon walk. >> and so when michael came out with it they were just blown away. this was actually a century move on stage. but not laughing. you know, where he would throw his arms out. ♪ ♪ going to make a change for once in my life ♪ ♪ >> michael was looking to change the world. he recorded the music because he wanted to make an impact on people. ♪ ♪ going to make it right ♪ ♪ >> there is one photo harrison shows me that michael is not in. it's only liz taylor. >> this was shot at michael's burial at forest lawn. i saw her wiping away the tears and i came over and gave her a big hug, and we held each other for a few moments and we were shaking, just crying. >> there's a place in your heart and i know that it is love ♪ ♪ >> how much did we lose when michael passed?
>> more than i can articulate. i think the world changed. when we lost him -- it was the end of an era. >> great images, great music. that was david ono reporting. the eighth anniversary of jackson's passing will be marked on june 25th. all right, well all the snow that we have been seeing is not in tahoe -- is good for more than ski resorts. the latest sierra snowpack today measured 34.4 inches of snow, a near record depth, 15 inches more than last month's survey. this mean when is the snow melts spring and summer our reservoirs could remain full. our average snowpack in march is 24 inches. and while it's great to see all that snow when the snow does melt we could also see some flooding this upcoming spring, so we'll be keeping an eye on that. right now we want to show you a
stunning sunset, take a look, sun went down 6:04 and it was absolutely beautiful as you can see looking towards to west there. now the sun went down, we had clear skies, and look at what we captured. thanks to rick in transmission, waxing crescent, just amazing to show you tonight. watching the doppler, cloud-free, rain-free, at this hour, in the 40s for most of you a few low 50s not quite as cold as it has been. from our emeryville camera, we're looking at mild days to continue friday and rain returns this weekend. not to worry, though, we're not going to change up the plans just yet. all right with the good weather we have been having. the mild conditions, we also know this time of year, the tree pollen is about to come up. the uv index, moderate, pine and
seasonal allergies could be tough for you. tomorrow morning, mid-30s to the upper 30s, chilly enough to where you need to still grab that extra layer for the morning hours. for the afternoon it is really going to be short sleeves, shorts type of weather, really mild, temperatures low 60s to the upper 60s, and just when you get used to that idea we take it away. on the impact scale, saturday, sunday, light rain, we expect anywhere from about a tenth to 3/4 of an inch of rain, not a washout, breezy to gusty at times, on saturday you will see the light rain in the north bay. at 4:00, we're still tracking rain. at 8:00 p.m., very light in nature, widespread, heading into sunday morning the rain will spread over to showers sunday afternoon. not going to be one of those storms where you have to watch out for flooding but we'll see some rain for your weekend. here is a look at what will happen in the mountains, it will turn to snow in the resorts,
picking up a foot to two feet. accuweather sunday forecast, we'll go dry and warm at least for your thursday, inland areas in the upper 60s, low-to-mid 60s for the coast and bay, temperatures begin to go down, it's much cooler as we head into the second half of the weekend, but really it's a storm impact scale, saturday and sunday, one storm, gusty to breezy, a little bit of rain, we go dry early to middle part of next week. one computer model still wants to brings in the potential for wet weather early next week. dan and ama, we'll watch (voand exceptional customerity pre-ownservice,les... head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales
visit... or call your doctor. because... ar music playing ) - ( snaps, clatters ) that sounds awful. ( music stops ) but a lot better than last week. ( rock music playing ) ♪ we weren't born to follow. ♪ all right, here is possible proof tonight that cell phone distraction may have led to the oscars mix-up. they have obtained photos showing the blunder, tweeting at the time. he was seen mixing envelopes and had his phone in his hand with the two envelopes when he gave one to warren beatty, and the rest is hollywood history. he has been removed as an
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on all cylinders at all times but especially as you make your stretch run. so i want the time line just as much as anybody else. but sometimes you just have to be patient as hard as that is. >> the warriors will sign matt barnes to help to fill the void lost by kd, he was recently with the kings, going from the kings to the warriors like falling off a cliff and landing in a pot of gold. soft landing, cavs and celtics, lebron james look out, almost taking out patriots head coach bill belichick, hits the three, celtics up by 2, kyrie irving, this is so sweet. wow. he had 28, ten seconds left, cavs down by two, darren williams, hire ero or zero, bos
holds on, and wildcats nathan taphorn, 88-foot pass to derek pardon, pardon me, northwestern trying to make the tournaments for the first time and they win at the buzzer, 7 6 hunter pence, clean shaven, hard to recognize him. kane gets the start, couple of seconds, triple to the gap, 3-0 dodgers, cane gives up five hits in two innings of work. jared parker, 2 for 3 rbis, there is goes, off madison youngener, the bull pen falter, george kontos, dodgers win by a score of