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>> announcer: good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." it's saturday, january 13th. good morning and thanks so much for being with us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. hi, frances. >> good morning, chris and everyone. we're dealing with the fog. it's thick in some spots in the north bay and parts of the east bay and bay area. limited visibility, less than a mile in santa rosa, sfo airport, concord and fairfield. in other areas, it is a bit clearer. here is the 12-hour planner for today. the areas of fog will stick around through the morning hours. the fog will be dissipating for most areas by noon. and then look for mostly sunny conditions with above average temperatures. inland areas reaching the mid-60s. around the bay, 64 degrees. at the coast, near 60. it should be a pleasant evening
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as temperatures drop into the 50s. sunday will be gorgeous as well. and then have the wet weather gear handy. it starts on monday, chris. >> frances, thank you. a warning this morning after on assault on a typically safe trail. walnut creek police are on the lookout for the attacker who attacked a woman on the iron horse trail in walnut creek. abc 7 news reporter katie utehs has the story and surveillance image that officers want you to see. >> reporter: investigators want to talk with the man seen in this surveillance photo. he may be the person who attacked a woman who attempted to sexually assault her on thursday night around 5:30. >> she was pushed to the ground and dragged a short distance along the trail. >> reporter: it happened near the whole foods at south broadway. police say this is the area where the attack happened. it is dark and there are lots of
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bushes. the main trail, however, is lghted and people tell me they're surprised the attack happened here. >> we walk this stretch of the trail all the time. so that's quite upsetting. we don't often hear of things like that around here. >> reporter: police say the man tried to kiss the woman and made threats during the attack. >> the intent was clear that it was sexually assault motivated. >> reporter: for some reason he stopped and ran north on broadway. the woman suffered from scrapes and bruises. >> we've done this trail at lunchtime, it seems fine and safe. wouldn't think twice about walking it at lunchtime. >> reporter: police say you should think twice before walking alone on the trail. >> if this individual had the audacity to do this, there's no doubt he'll do it again. >> reporter: if you recognize this man, contact police. in walnut creek, katie utehs, abc 7 news. 49ers linebacker reuben foster is out of jail. he was arrested in alabama. he was charged with second
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degree marijuana possession. he's an alabama native. he just finished his rookie season with the niners. the team issued a statement last night saying they're aware of the matter and are gathering the relevant facts. a pedestrian was hit and klled by a berkeley city vehicle at channing way and fulton street yesterday afternoon. a city worker was behind the wheel of the vehicle when investigators say was traveling at just 15 miles per hour. to avoid a conflict of interest, the highway patrol has been asked to investigate the incident. the 70-year-old victim was a berkeley resident. her name has not been released. we have new developments about a transgender deejay and activist who was killed in san francisco. this morning police are looking for the killer after releasing this mug shot. abc 7 news reporter dion lim has more. >> reporter: everywhere you turn here in san francisco's tenderloin, reminders of
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"bubbles" torres. his murder as well. an arrest warrant for the suspect wanted in anthony torres' murder provides little comfort for those who knew him best. >> it's just upsetting. it was a terrible thing. the guy was amazing. >> reporter: standing across from the new century strip club, it's not hard to find someone whose life wasn't touched by the transgender activist and artist. >> every time you walked past him, it was like walking through a rainbow. he was magical. >> reporter: this week would have been bubble's 45th birthday. police released this photo of the suspect, hieu trung nguyen, a resident of the city. >> hopefully we can get this guy quickly. >> relief at the police and the district attorney's office making progress.
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>> reporter: a $15 million bail is a start. but there's much work to be done. >> yes, and i'll be more happier if they can arrest that suspect. >> we're calling for law enforcement agencies statewide to make this a priority. >> reporter: abc 7 news is told nguyen is a flight risk which accounts for such a high bail. they are encouraging anyone with information to speak out. in san francisco, dion lim, abc 7 news. tuesday's deadly mudslides in montecito were in part to blame by the thomas fire. that burned 282,000 acres. officials have declared it 100% contained. the thomas fire started back on december 4th and is the largest wildfire in state history. investigators still don't know how that fire started. some residents plan to protest at richmond city hall today against the relocation of a methadone treatment center. the clinic, run by b.a.r.t. programs, wants to move from cutting boulevard in richmond to a larger facility with a bigger
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waiting room. one person who lives near the proposed facility says richmond police are called to the current center four times a week. >> the majority of the calls were for, you know, theft and assault and disturbance of the peace. oh, yes, are we going to fight it. with every inch of my being. >> richmond officials say the city has no role in the relocation proposal but they will eventually have to decide whether to issue a land use permit for the new location. this year's severe influenza outbreak has claimed the lives of 42 californians, 19 of them bay area residents. at the same time last year the state recorded just nine deaths. health officials warn people who have not been vaccinated for the flu to do so as soon as possible. a flu that affects dogs has been spreading fast through the south bay, forcing many doggie day cares and kennels to
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temporarily close to keep it contained. abc 7 news reporter jeanine de la vega visited one of the dog care facilities that's been impacted. >> reporter: willow, a playful yellow labrador, started causing he -- coughing as she went to doggie day-care. the staff there immediately sent her to the veterinarian. >> i'm a nurse myself and at the hospital we're crazy with the flu patients and it's a big concern. now we came here and now my dog has the flu. it's disconcerting, because it's serious. >> reporter: it's difficult to initially detect canine flu because the symptoms don't show up until a few days later. dr. dave reed owns a dog day-care and animal hospital. he's treating many dogs. >> i'm going to say 20 at this point. dr. johnson who is over there right now administering to them, had two more positive cases today. so this really is a severe
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problem. >> reporter: many kennels and dog fair facilities in the area closed because of the outbreak. at dr. dave's, signs are posted alerting owners of the problem. dr. dave's is shutting down his doggie day-care for at least a week. when it reopens, they will only take dogs that have been vaccinated. the vaccine is a series of two shots taken a few weeks apart. it then takes a couple of weeks for the protection to work. willow is now on antibiotics and will avoid contact with other dogs. >> we'll keep her at home and, you know, take good care of her. >> reporter: most dogs recover but in rare cases the flu can lead to pneumonia and death. in san jose, jeanine de la vega, abc 7 news. a good samaritan who saved a woman from being hit by caltrain in sunnyvale says he would do what any responsible person would do. with walt -- walter wilson pulled the woman from the tracks on thursday evening. seconds later a train slammed into the car, pushing it 100
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feet and flipping it into the air. wilson says what he did was humane, not heroic. >> there are people who are heroes who save lives every day and put their life on the line everyday. what i did, i think most people would have done if they had had the constitution to think that maybe somebody might be in that car. >> wilson says the driver was dazed but otherwise uninjured. he says she was thankful for his good deed, saving her life. oakland city officials will consider moving a bike share station after residents complained. "the chronicle" reports a new ford go bike station was installed on thursday honoring the 1991 oakland firestorm. these are go bikes from another bike share location. the rock ridge community planning chairman says some people didn't think it was a good idea to put the bike racks in front of the memorial.
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time approaching ten past the hour on saturday morning. frances dinglasan is in for lisa. >> we have some thick fog to deal with. look at this live shot of 680. and then wet weather. this wet pattern starts unfortunately on martin luther king jr. day. i'll have the details coming up. >> frances, thank you. also ahead, a bipartisan group in washington is working on comprehensive immigration reform. however they can't shake the controversy over the president's vulgar slur. plus a sea lion took a
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good morning, everyone. a live look from our emeryville camera. you can see these drivers getting an early start to their day as they make their way across the bay bridge into the city this morning. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist frances dinglasan, she has that coming up for us. more fallout from the president's vulgar slur about immigrant countries. republicans expressed their concern over his choice of words. abc 7 news reporter kenneth moton has the latest from washington. >> reporter: president trump spending the holiday weekend at his south florida resort. he signed an mlk day proclamation at the white house. >> reporter: mr. president, are you a racist? >> reporter: but ignored questions about his reported use of a vulgar term during a
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meeting with lawmakers. multiple sources tell abc 7 news that the president was responding to an immigration deal and reportedly said, why are we having all these people from expletive countries coming here? trump tweeted friday morning his language was tough but, quote, this was not the language used and i never said anything derogatory about haitians. >> it's not true. he said these hate-filled things and he said them repeatedly. >> reporter: senator durbin said gop senator lindsey graham directly confronted the president. graham said, "i said my piece directly to the president. i've always believed that america is an idea, defined by its ideals." but republicans tom cotton and david perdue say they do not recall the president saying those comments specifically. several lawmakers condemn the alleged comments as blatantly racist. house speaker paul ryan responded from his home state of wisconsin. >> i read those comments later last night.
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so the first thing that came to my mind was, very unfortunate, unhelpful. >> reporter: trump also tweeted that a possible senate deal on the dreamers was, quote, a big step backwards but it appears that bipartisan group of congressional leaders will keep working on a deal. kenneth moton, abc news, washington. happening now, spacex's dragon cargo spacecraft is headed back to earth. nasa says it will splash into the pacific ocean at 7:30 this morning. the dragon left the international space station after delivering 4,800 pounds of supplies. it's bringing back samples from human and animal research, biotechnology studies, and physical science investigations. time flour 6:15. an injured san francisco police officer is well enough after three surgeries to move back to a rehab center. the officer was patrolling on a bicycle october 18th when a fleeing driver hit him with a car. the driver was arrested.
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the officer suffered a traumatic brain injury. according to his gofundme page, around christmas he had surgery to replace a missing portion of his skull. two additional surgeries were needed to take care of complications. now he's back at santa clara valley medical center where he's working on being able to move and talk. donations are being accepted on his gofundme page. you can find a link on our site, search for "elia," his first name. the latest swimmer to be attacked by a sea lion at san francisco's aquatic park says she'll be getting back in the water. she spoke to abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow. >> reporter: irene chan starts her morning swim the same way every day. singing to the creatures she shares aquatic park with. ♪ happy morning to you >> that's my pace. ♪ happy morning to you
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>> reporter: but thursday wasn't exactly a happy morning. a sea lion bit chan on her knee. >> i tell all the sea animals, i'm a friend to you. but i don't know, this one becomes so mean to me. >> reporter: chan says she's been swimming in the ocean more than 30 years. she says her first brush with the sea lion at aquatic park was three months ago when one got up under her body. >> i think, it's not a dream, what happened? >> reporter: after the sea lion bit chan on thursday, she called for help. a rowing club swimmer was there. >> i started swimming with her. i said, should i pull you back to the beach? she said, no, i can swim by myself, i just can't kick because the sea lion bit me on the knee. >> reporter: this was chan in the hospital. her son is an e.r. doctor. >> my son said, you are very lucky, mom. >> reporter: chan says she plans to continue swimming as early as next week. in san francisco, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news.
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the world's biggest wave surf contest could return on tuesday. the world surfing league announced the conditions are looking perfect and an official announcement will come today. monday but they believe conditions will be too rough. 30 of the world's elite surfers are standing by for the official word including, for the first time ever, six women. the contest was canceled last year after the former organizers went bankrupt. happening today, a town hall meeting for fire victims in sonoma county. federal, state, and local leaders will update the public on recovery efforts since the october wildfires. they'll discuss rebuilding efforts planned for this year. it will take place at the santa rosa high school gym from 10:00 until noon. good morning. i'm abc 7 meteorologist frances dinglasan.
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fog dense once again in the north bay, parts of the bay area and east bay. it changes and fluctuates this morning. here is a live shot from sutro towards the bay bridge where there was thick fog earlier. it's moving well and clear into san francisco, where it's currently 48 degrees. oakland is 42. 44 degrees in mountain view. half moon bay at 61 degrees right now. sfo, you can see some low clouds there as well, and some fog. and temps in the 30s in santa rosa. 39 there. 46 in napa, novato. some more 40s through fairfield, concord and livermore. this time we're looking out towards san francisco. it's clear over parts of the bay area. we'll be dealing with patches of dense morning fog and then look for a sunny and milder afternoon. the wet pattern starts on monday, and it's look like like a wet workweek ahead. so have the umbrella handy. highs today in the 60s for the most part.
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san francisco, 61. oakland, 62. san jose, 64 degrees. some of our warmest spots in the mid-60s like santa rosa, 65. we'll see mostly conditions with some thin, high clouds. tomorrow morning we'll still be dealing with some fog. not as much. especially through the central valley. that's where the fog spills in through the strait. we'll be waking up to temps in the 40s, 50s, even a few 30s through parts of the north bay. now, here are the chances of rain for the week. and on abc 7's exclusive storm impact scale rated from 1 to 5, we'll rank these storms a 1. notice we've got it on tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and friday. it's going to be wet throughout the week. periods of rain off and on. the next system coming our way is going to arrive on monday and will continue into tuesday. light to moderate rain, less than half an inch in some areas. monday morning, monday
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afternoon, we could see some light rain spreading throughout the bay area. if you're participating in the marches, have a light jacket handy because you might need it throughout the day on monday. heavier rain moves through on tuesday, throughout the day. notice it will be heavier in the darker green through the north bay. and also what you notice is the white and pink. that's snow in the sierra, which we could use. rainfall potential monday, still pretty light. notice in the south bay, especially in san jose, only 3/100ths of an inch. more in the north bay through monday. tuesday is when we get the steadier rain, more rainfall. tuesday totals look to be less than an inch south of the golden gate bridge, and up to an inch in the north bay. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. sunny this afternoon and tomorrow, bright and mild, in the mid- to upper 60s. monday is when the wet weather begins. and notice we will continue to
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have this wet weather pattern off and on throughout the workweek. and get ready for thursday, because that's going to look like a rainy and windy day with gusts up to 40 miles an hour on thursday. >> we certainly need as much rain as possible, since we're >> we're well below normal for rainfall and snow. >> frances, thank you. just ahead, it's "star wars" music literally made from scratch. the musical formula when we return.
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dan harris joins us now to tell us what's coming up on "good morning america." good morning. coming up, a greyhound bus leading police on a multistate pursuit with 50 passengers on board. plus the growing outrage about president trump's profane comments about countries that send us immigrants. lawmakers weighing in on what they say happened behind closed doors. the question, will these comments derail a potential compromise on america's immigration laws. finally, so young and so much money. a 20-year-old from florida claiming the massive mega millions jackpot. his plans for the more than $200 million he will now have and what he told his family. all coming on "gma." we'll see you soon. after 90 years in the
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business, minnie mouse is finally getting her star on the hollywood walk of fame. mickey got his in 1978. the star unveiling is scheduled for monday, january 22nd, with disney's ceo bob iger and pop star katy perry. disney is the parent company of abc 7. [ scratching noise ] recognize that song? some of you may. here is a little hint. ♪ that's right, it's the "star wars" imperial march. a college student is writing algebraic equations that sound surprisingly like the film score. this is the second video she's made. the first, music from the cantina band. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," the search continues in southern california for mudslide victims. hope remains, but it's dwindling as each hour passes. and new details about the deadliest shooting in modern u.s. history. the suspicious e-mail exchanges before the attack.
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>> announcer: good morning north bay. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning and thanks for
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being with us. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. it's second nature for me to say "lisa argen" these days. >> both chris and i need an extra cup of coffee this morning. we're dealing with fog, thick in spots. live doppler 7 and satellite image showing cloud cover and fog in parts of the north bay, east bay and bay area. visibility down to a fourth mile in santa rosa, three miles at sfo, fourth of a mile in concord, travis. livermore getting socked in right now. today during 7:00 hour, fog will dissipate for most areas by noon. then look for mostly sunny conditions with some thin, high clouds passing through. temps in the 60s, warmer than average, even in the mid-60s, in the inland areas and around the bay, then high clouds and a pleasant evening tonight. tomorrow, another gorgeous day,
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but have the wet weather gear handy because the rain starts on monday and sticks around for a while. i'll have details coming up, chris. >> frances, thank you. new details about last year's mass shooting in las vegas. the deadliest shooting in modern u.s. history. a federal judge unsealed more than a dozen search warrant affidavits yesterday. we now know the fbi was looking into suspicious e-mail exchanges two months before the attack. the shooter, stephen paddock, may have sent one of the e-mails. one message read, "for a thrill try out bump fire ars with 100 round magazine." 58 people were killed in the shooting in august. this morning, police in illinois have a suspect in custody after an incident involving a possible gunman on a greyhound bus. kenosha county, wisconsin deputies chased the bus down interstate 94 friday night. they eventually stopped it in wadsworth near the illinois/wisconsin border. all 50 passengers are safe. authorities did not elaborate on the incident.
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the bus was headed from milwaukee to chicago. the nightmare still far from over for communities in montecito. officials say the death toll has risen to 18 after an 87-year-old victim was found. six people remain missing. annabelle munoz from our sister station in los angeles has more. >> reporter: more than 1,000 firefighters on the ground in montecito, shoveling dirt, digging through the mud and debris. with six people still missing, no stone is left unturned. >> the houses behind us were checked previously by search teams and search dogs. they're going through today trying to peel away some of the layers to get into the some of the voids, use some of their technologies. they have listening devices and telescopic cameras. >> reporter: the smell of natural gas here is so strong, utility companies are working on shutting off the broken water mains and gas lines, while first responders are peeling back the layers of what's left of these homes. fire officials say more than 460 homes were damaged, and 65 destroyed.
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the death toll rose to 18. the youngest, just 3 years old. >> i mean, just like that. i think we're numb and in shock. >> reporter: the red cross is set up nearby, offering help. >> we're bringing up here water, food, some cleanup kits, necessities that the people might not have access to, so they can come and help themselves. >> reporter: annabelle munoz, abc 7 news. now to the weather across the country. a powerful storm is bringing dangerous snow, ice, and wind. more than 70 million people are in the path, from mississippi to maine. abc news reporter eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: both hands on the wheel for millions. this powerful winter storm bringing snow, ice, sleet, and rain. in indiana, an icy glaze on everything, including roads. troopers warning drivers to be careful and prepared.
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>> have a full tank of gas. have some food in the car with you. have a charged cellphone. >> reporter: and on interstate 40 in carroll county, tennessee, the highway a tangled mess of vehicles and auto parts. walter kohler and his wife nearly killed after a chain reaction crash. at least 40 cars and semis piled up. >> my wife screamed that somebody hit us out into the back, forced us to the side. another semi that couldn't stop smashed us from the front. so we got hit from the back and the front. >> reporter: this pickup right here is your truck? >> that's my truck. >> reporter: treacherous blizzard conditions from kansas to the dakotas to wisconsin. this car in missouri losing traction in fresh snow, swerving across i-29, doing a full 180, wheels spinning to get out of that ditch. in the east, thawing conditions caused ice jams along the great lakes in upstate new york and flooding near pittsburgh ruining this entire lot of brand-new cars.
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eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. republican arizona congresswoman martha mcsally officially announced her bid for the u.s. senate to replace senator jeff flake. she released a video with a message for republicans. >> like our president, i'm tired of pc politicians and their bs excuses. i'm a fighter pilot and i talk like one. that's why i told washington republicans to grow a pair of ovaries and get the job done. >> mcsally was america's first female combat fighter pilot and is an ally of the president. first she has to get through the gop primary against two controversial candidates, former sheriff joe arpaio and former state senator kelli ward. the six major candidates for governor of california will take part in a town hall this morning. it starts at 9:00 and we'll live stream it on as well as the abc 7 news app. a popular holiday here in the bay area could soon get a higher profile statewide. a new bill would recognize lunar
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new year as a holiday of significance in california. it's backed by bay area lawmakers including state senator scott weiner and avid c phil ting. the bill's author says the goal is exclusiveness. -- inclusiveness. >> there are so many people who celebrate this holiday.inclusiv. >> there are so many people who celebrate this holiday. it talks about the fact that it means my community, the asian pacific island community, is being embraced and welcomed by the entire state of california. and their cultural traditions are being recognized as well. >> a traditional dance troupe also joined the ceremony. the bill would encourage public schools across the state to stage events recognizing the cultural significance of the lunar new year. in marin county, a scene bound to put a smile on the face of anyone who loves coho salmon. they returned homemo unusual wa.
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>> reporter: if you're in the mood for a little fishing, you may never have seen finishing done this way before. >> you've got to be sneaky and quick. and you can't mind getting wet. >> reporter: brian friel of the california department of fish and wildlife ever assumed all biology experiments take place in a lab. in this case it was in a parking lot. coho salmon returning to nature via a hatchery intervention. >> i don't want salmon to go extinct. it's a beautiful fish. they belong here. >> reporter: that's manford kittle. he helped design a three-year experiment and trial to save the endangered coho population in redwood creek. for these coho, this is a homecoming. they were pulled out of the creek when they were this big in 2015. they've spent their entire lives in a hatchery, never been in the ocean. it's a matter of survivability. you're making life easy for them.
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>> in a way we are. the 200 fish we collected, if we had left them in the creek, chances are one or two or three would have returned. >> that is 894. >> reporter: today volunteers returned almost 200 coho back to the creek, one at a time. >> we're gently lowering them into the water to give them an opportunity to acclimate to the temperature and the surroundings. >> reporter: from here that's move upstream. hopefully they'll spawn and return their population to sustainability. call it a modern twist on an ancient spectacle. usually fish swim to their na today they returned by truck. in marin county, way fn, abc 7 news. real quickly, going back to the town hall with the candidates for california governor, it starts at 9:00. still ahead, the effort to turn treasure island into a real
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community. the long-sought addition finally coming to the island. first, a live look outside from our walnut creek camera. lots of fog out there, you can barely make out the vehicles along inters we can now repair complex at saortic aneurysmsare, without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma,
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even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you.
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welcome back, everyone. martin luther king jr. day isn't until monday but san francisco's bay view neighborhood is honoring the civil rights leader today. starting at 9:00 this morning,
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there will be a celebration at bay vi third street and carroll avenue. this is video from a previous march. there will be live performances, swimming, lunch, and raffles at the park. the event is free and open to the public. san francisco is looking to hire. there are open positions with the parks and recreation department, u.s. post office, sheriff's department, and more. the job fair is from 1:00 to 1:00 at the hamilton recreation center on geary boulevard. there will be another job fair in two weeks at the county fair building at golden gate park. meteorologist frances dinglasan is here tracking the accuweather forecast for us. >> some of us will be able to see the sunrise this morning. a live shot from tam, beautiful out there. there's fog in some spots, i'll have details. i'll tell about you the wet weather with the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> looking ahead to that, thank you, frances. warriors begin a five-game
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road trip in milwaukee. a fan had some words for
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it's just my eczema again,t. but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you ok? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. eczema exposed. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to to learn more. welcome back. here's a live look outside from our santa cruz camera. lisa argen is off today but frances dinglasan is in, she'll be back with the accuweather forecast coming up. in sports, the warriors head north of the border for the second game of their five-game road trip. late this afternoon, golden state faces the toronto raptors
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at air canada center. tipoff is at 4:30 p.m. last night warriors started a road trip against the bucks. here is abc 7 news sports director larry beil with this morning's sports report. good morning, everybody. despite improvement with his ankle, steph curry did not play last night in milwaukee. the warriors needed a big fourth quarter against the bucks as kevin durant battled the big greek freak yanes. lavon back home, he played well. nine points and eight boards in 23 minutes. nick young feeling it at the end of the first quarter. dubs by nine. after one doesn't get any better than kevin durant against yanes. oh, see you. the crossover is nasty. dubs he ever 14 at the break. third quarter, malaise sets in. turnover. yanes had 23. steve kerr not happy. bucks lead by two after three. fourth quarter, how about we give it to k.d. and get out of the way.
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one legged fade-away. then the dagger three. durant finishes with 26. klay's streak comes to an end at 95 games but the warriors win 108-94. they're in toronto tonight. klay thompson goes down hard here in the fourth quarter. a bucks fan, the guy in the blue right there, and yelled a series of obscenities at klay. i can't repeat them because they're not suitable for tv. david west and sean livingston rush over. no altercation, but the fan, that guy right here, was ejected from the arena. women's college hoops. stanford 62, an all time against wazoo. alana smith, nine boards. the cardinals crews 70-67, now 63-0. the cal women won. the patriots host the titans in the afc. most people think tennessee has
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a zero percent chance of beating tommy and company. >> march, april, may, june, try to work out and be prepared for the season. you get through it, have a chance to compete, you know, with everything at stake. so it's pretty cool for all of us. >> tom brady, 40 years old, and still going strong. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. good saturday morning, i'm abc 7 meteorologist frances dinglasan. here's the live doppler 7 satellite image. we have some clearing in the south bay right now. almost one hour flight arrival delays at sfo due to fog. looking out towards mt. diablo, it's clear from this vantage point this morning. temps in the 40s, even some 30s out there, and 50s. san francisco is 48. oakland, 42.
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san jose, 44. gilroy has dropped to 39 degrees. half moon bay has been mild this morning at 59 right now. from that view i'm going to take you to walnut creek, 680. it is socked in. you can barely see the traffic there moving on 680. you can see we've got quite a range of weather that we're dealing with this morning. in santa rosa, 38. napa, 43. a lot of 40s through novato, fairfield, concord, and livermore. santa cruz, a beautiful beach day today. sunrise in about half an hour. we're still dealing with some patches of very dense morning fog, as i just showed you, with the 680 live shot in walnut creek. sunny and milder this afternoon. look for comfortable temperatures and then a wet pattern starts on monday. it will be wet off and on throughout the week. highs today will be in the 60s. look for a comfortable 61 in san francisco, 65 in santa rosa. oakland, 62 degrees. san jose warming up to 64.
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mostly sunny with some thin high clouds passing through. here are the chances of rain for the next week. notice on monday through friday, it's looking pretty wet. on abc 7's exclusive storm impact scale, we rank the storms a 1. the next system, monday through tuesday, light to moderate rain, less than an inch in most areas. i'm going to show you one of our forecast animation models. it shows light rain moving through the bay area, even by noon. but some of our models show not much rain until monday night. just be prepared, if you're heading out for the marches on martin luther king jr. day, have a light wet weather jacket handy. most of the rainfall will move in tuesday. we'll start off with a wet commute tuesday and continue throughout the day. you'll notice the pink and white there in the sierra, that's snow that we are expecting. here is a look at rainfall potential. again, most areas less than half an inch, especially south of the
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golden gate bridge. in some areas, especially in the north bay, they're going to get most of the rain. it could be up to an inch, even more in a few spots. we'll keep you posted on this. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. enjoy the sunshine and above average temperatures. once that fog clears this morning, it will be bright and mild tomorrow. tomorrow, slightly warmer for most everyone. and then monday is when the scattered light showers move through the bay area. the timing of that is a little bit variable. we'll keep you posted. more rain on tuesday. wednesday, during the day, looks dry. the chance moves in for a stronger system thursday into friday. rainy and windy thursday with gusts up to 40 miles an hour. and then next weekend looking wet as well. >> and on the topic of the camera views throughout the morning, all of that microclimate forecast, you know, fog in walnut crk, then beautiful sunshine or sunrise, rather, getting ready to happen in downtown santa cruz. >> in some places you can't see
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anything and in some places it's a going to be a gorgeous day. >> frances, thank you, we'll see you soon. after years of planning, redevelopment efforts on san francisco's treasure island are finally under way. now there's a new all day restaurant opening up and many say it's a long time coming. >> reporter: in the middle of san francisco bay, a new restaurant is taking shape in the unlikeliest of places. >> it was a big risk. but we wanted to do it. i believe if you're going to do something, do it right. >> reporter: meet mersea on treasure island. it's a comfort casual concept led by misan boyce. >> mersea means island oasis. we're hoping that's what they take away from it, a little relaxation. >> reporter: it's not just about the food. there's the putting green, bocce court, all meant to keep visitors at ease as they soak in the views from the san francisco skyline. the restaurant was constructed out of 13 recycled shipping containers. the attention to detail is incredible. for instance, these dining tables were made out of wood from an old bowling
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alley right here on treasure island. mersea is also partnering with the treasure island homeless development initiative to provide training for low income and formerly homeless residents. veteran michael bartel was one of the first chosen. >> i have meaning every day, i get to get up and come to a job. be with great people. i'm living again. >> reporter: this all comes as the island is in the midst of a renaissance, a $5 billion plan to add housing, retail and commercial space over the next 20 years. >> a lot of our employees live on the island. we want to really become deep rooted in the community and be a part of it. >> reporter: a chance to give back while pursuing their dream. >> there are a lot of naysayers, you're crazy, what are you doing, nothing is over in treasure island. i said, you have to start somewhere. >> reporter: these folks believing they have the right mix of ingredients to succeed. >> the restaurant has been in soft testing mode. it will officially open its doors to the public on monday. best of luck to them. next, the annual festival
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he wants to take care of his family, manage his finances and have some fun along the way. happening today, you can check out the latest artwork from top artists, architects, and designers. the fog design and art festival runs through sunday in san francisco. about 45 art dealers have exhibits on display at the ft. mason center. here's a look at some of the artwork from a previous year. the festival opens to the public today from 11:00 to 7:00 and tomorrow from 11:00 to 5:00. you can buy tickets online for 25 bucks or 30 at the door. let's get a final weather check with frances. >> chris, you want to soak you want sunshine today and tomorrow. we'll see above average temperatures. highs today in the 60s. san francisco, 61. oakland, 62. 64 in san jose. bright and mild tomorrow, slightly warmer. the wet weather starts on monday. looks like more rain on tuesday. and then an even stronger system thursday into friday. so have those umbrellas ready and the rain coats for the kids.
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>> you have your warning from frances, don't say she didn't tell about you it. frances, thank you. thanks to you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." i'm chris nguyen alongside frances dinglasan. the news continues online, twitter, facebook, and instagram. abc 7 news returns at 8:00 a.m. "good morning america" is next. touch is how we communicate with those we love, but when your psoriasis is bad, does it ever get in the way? embrace the chance of 100% clear skin with taltz. taltz is proven to help people with moderate to severe psoriasis achieve completely clear skin. with taltz, up to 90% of patients had a significant improvement of their psoriasis plaques.
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