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strange weather today somehow pulled will be tomorrow? pulled will be tomorrow? >> pulled will be tomorrow? >> (sound of rain) ♪ ♪ ♪ every home should be a haven. ikea.
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sandhya: frost advisories going up. >> temperatures are dropping and warming centers are set up in santa rosa. >> with more russian troops moving into eastern ukraine, u.s. and allies are busting out the new sanctions. the latest on the graces. >> in this update, please uncover what they are calling a sophisticated ghost gun factory. abc 7 news starts right now. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. ama: taking a live look across the bone gate bridge tonight as temperatures plunge. some bay area cities already near freezing after hail.
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dan: today storm also brought snow to the sierra. we have team coverage tonight on the conditions. thank you for joining us. ama: let's get to meteorologist sandhya patel. sandhya: from frozen bridges -- precipitation to freezing cold tonight. we're feeling that winter chill, already down to 32 degrees in fairfield. 33 and napa. you know it is going to be cold when san francisco is at 44 degrees. down 12 degrees compared to yesterday at time. 11 degrees cooler in livermore. freeze warnings going up at 2:00 for inland areas and the entire north bay with the exception of the coast until 9:00 friday. widespread subfreezing conditions, expecting potential for crop damage. protect your pets, plants and pipes. we have a frost advisory for the same type -- same time period.
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frost will form. as those temperatures humble, look what happens. by morning we are talking about mid 20's. this is of the coldest time. i will be back with a complete look. dan: take a look at the hail that came down in sonoma. tonight in the north bay, an effort to get people out of the elements because it is so cold. warming shelters and centers have opened up to try to help those without homes keep warm. j.r. stone was in santa rosa and explains the services are a relief for many after already cold nights. >> i was feeling so bad my stomach and back work tightened up and cramping. reporter: he is describing what last sunday night was like on the streets with nowhere to go temperatures dropped in santa rosa. >> my body was so sore. reporter: tuesday night, he is
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saying at the arlene francis center opened by community members last-minute as a way to shelter the nearly 2000 homeless individuals in sonoma county. >> one of our friends brought cots and blankets. calling made chili, we are going to have hot chocolate. reporter: a line was forming one we were outside the catholic charities warming center ended by the city, just blocks from the arlene francis center. there aren't beds here, there are heaters outside and transportation available to take individuals to the city shelter that has additional beds. >> we are going to have patio heaters, clothing giveaways. we are going to have warm food, drink, to help people get through the next few nights. reporter: some we talked with on the streets said it is about time. >> i think it should've been open three days ago. they need to stay open.
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reporter: as for those who are warm tonight, they are grateful. >> it is too cold out there tonight. i pray. to the universe or god, i thought of my relatives, that changed my path. this opportunity came up. a blessing. reporter: the indoor warming shelter we showed you will be open for the next two nights. warming center located here at catholic charities will be open for the next three. in santa rosa, j.r. stone, abc 7 news. ama: in the east bay, workers at wineries and nurseries spent today preparing for the cold. more frost is actually good thing, it will help the vines stay dormant until later in the spring. this should benefit your growth in the long run. a potential problem would be another round of 70 degree temperatures followed by another round of frost. it is different story the
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nurseries where they are taking precautions. >> anything new growth on plants you should protect. it is naturally tender because it is new. ama: one piece of advice received was to wait a few weeks to plant every -- anything sensitive to cold weather. dan: you can track the weather conditions where you live and time on abc 7 bay area news app. it is available on roku, amazon fires of android tv and apple tv. ama: turning now to the ongoing crisis in ukraine. to date, present biden issued new sanctions against russia following its recognition of two separatist ukrainian regions. tim johns has been following the events overseas over the past several days. and joins us live in the newsroom with the latest. reporter: those sanctions being issued in conjunction with american allies in europe, japan, canada and australia.
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specifically targeting russian banks as well as business elites and their families. on tuesday, president joe biden describing the crisis in the ukraine as the beginning of a russian invasion. >> who in the lord's name does putin think gives him the right to declare new so-called countries on territory that belongs to his neighbors? reporter: biden, along with major u.s. allies announcing a fresh round of sanctions against russia, punishment for prudence -- putin's military support of two regions of ukraine. reporter: we cut off russia's government from western financing. they can no longer raise my from the west. reporter: president biden also moving hundreds more american soldiers to other nato nations on russia's border. >> these are totally defensive moves on our part. we have no intention of fighting russia. reporter: more russian troops are crossing into eastern
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ukraine after getting approval from russia's parliament overnight. prompting the secretary-general of nato to declare it most dangerous moment in european security in decades. >> they promised to step back but they continue to step up. reporter: ukrainian president zelensky addressing his nation tuesday evening. saying his country once piece, but also has a right to self-defense. ukraine's foreign minister in the u.s., eating with secretary of state antony blinken. >> ukraine is in danger. president is violently breaking the laws and principles that have kept the peace for decades. reporter: in the bay area, more shows of solidarity with ukraine tonight. local activists partnering with a museum in kiev to project art from artists -- ukrainian artists. ama: we will use the abc 7 news
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mobile app to send up breaking news alerts the situation between russia and ukraine escalates. some of the bay area app for your smartphone now so you will know the news when it happens. dan: in the south bay, assault weapons, machine guns and ghost guns sub-all illegal weapons, seized from what authorities are calling a sophisticated ghost gun factory operating out of a house in san jose. abc 7 news rtestneneigor tnd has new deils. as residents around willow glen, many feel there's an undeniable sense of safety across a small pocket of san jose. >> old world charm. parks and kids, lots of restaurants. it's got some downtown. reporter: a little more than a mile outside of downtown, what authorities are calling a full-scale ghost gun factory. along this avenue and was described as an unassuming $1.6
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million home, a small arsenal was uncovered. weapons seized include assault weapons as well as two handguns. >> i am shocked. usually willow glen is so safe. you don't hear anything like that around here. reporter: authorities say the suspects, two men and women all had criminal records. all are in custody. a search of the bungalow also uncovered 3d printers and other tools missionaries used to manufacture ghost guns. they can't be traced and are often bought and sold on the black market or online and assembled home. reporter: >> ghost guns are off the grid. reporter: councilmember deb davis says two new laws will take effect that will tighten ghost gun restrictions. >> assault weapons, machine
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guns, there also guns being distributed in our community. reporter: the das office adds probably falling into the hands of people who are not supposed to possess firearms. ama: a vote by the san francisco school board on whether to approve hundreds of laughed notices will have to wait. a mistake but a sudden and -- layoff notices will have to wait. >> the agenda wasa wasa wasa wa the website in accordance with our policies. it appears that it was not posted on the website, it was -- my recommendation is that we end this meeting and renotice the meeting with at least 24 hours notice. ama: the meeting has been rescheduled for this thursday at 5:00. [thunder] dan: fireworks stopped traffic on the upper deck of the bay bridge just before 8:00 tonight.
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chp says 10 to 15 people parked just past treasure island and people got out and started lighting off fireworks. after about two minutes, they got back in the carson took off. chp says no one was arrested or cited. ama: one east police chief wants to install a massive surveillance network in his city. when he says dozens of cameras are necessary. dan: hundreds of volunteers gearing up in the south bay top cap the homeless population. the extra challenges they face is your. ama: "twosday" twins. dan: here's a look at weather is coming up tonight on jimmy kimmel alive. jimmy: it is taco "twosday". hey, you're fixed. >> get vaccinated my friends.
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dan: some covid developments to pass along. all k-12 public schools in california it would have to develop covid testing plans for students and staff under a state bill announced today. would also apply to preschools, childcare centers and afterschool programs. the city council voted unanimously to rescind the city's indoor mask mandate. even though the state and solano county both lifted mask mandates. target says masks are no longer required inside stores across the country as long as local galatians allow. ama: in a spate tonight, san leandro's police chief unveiled the plan to install dozens of cameras. most of the locations will be on
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major thoroughfares in the cameras will be used to prevent and solve crimes. the police chief repeatedly emphasized they would not be used for surveillance. video would be kept for 15 days and discarded. >> is there -- if there's information to suggest a crime occurred, we look back at the video to see if we can glean any intelligence information that will help us solve the crime. we are not pulling people over based on seeing someone drive through our city for some low-level offense. it is objective crimes that have occurred. ama: the estimated cost is 100 $10,000 per year. no action was taken tonight by the city council. dan: memorial is growing at the firm up police department. 54-year-old freddie bobbitt was it with the department more than 30 years. he grew up in fremont and attended missions and has a high school. he was married and has a son who is a detective with the fremont police department. fremont police will release more information in the coming days
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on how to support his family. ama: early in the morning in the south bay, more than 200 volunteers will and out to count the homeless population. it is the first cap since 2019, for the pandemic. homeless population will be counted between 5:00 10:00 tomorrow and thursday. volunteers are worried about the early morning temperatures. >> we are excited to be doing the count. also fearful because it is going to beat freezing conditions. we are afraid with 38 people who have passed so far this year that we may find someone else has passed. ama: the cat will show the total homeless population as well as how many youth, young adults and veterans are experiencing homelessness. organizers want county officials to use the information to allocate resources and coordinate services across the community. dan: as her temperatures felt, so did snow in higher elevations. this is the view from our camera in the east bay hills. in the south bay, matt hamilton got a good dusting of snow. did your neighborhood get some
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help today? parts of the east bay -- hail today. hail hit parts of the north bay. check out this dog and novato. area today. ama: abc7news meteorologist sandhya patel is here. sandhya: it is winter after all. we are going to feel it tomorrow morning. let me show you what you can expect. this is the winter chill alert, frigid mornings i had subfreezing conditions. widespread frost. protect your plants, pets and pipes. dress in layered limit the amount of time you're spending outside. virtually all of the bay area under freeze warnings or frost advisories. we are going to tumble, already falling. this temperatures in the low 30's to mid 40's.
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we are talking mid to upper 20's at the northern end of our viewing area. 28 in santa rosa, 26 in napa. mid to upper 30's from richmond to fremont to san jose. a live look from our emeryville camera. temperatures falling below freezing the next few mornings. widespread frost. records are possible. we expect mild mornings and days this weekend. we can't get enough of this. a snowy scene over the hills near dublin. you can see that snow coating the hills. nice to still see some green hills with the white dusting of snow. live doppler 7 tonight, is all quiet. there are couple of isolated returns off the coast. don't be surprised if one comes through during the time you're sleeping. certainly not a lot of which are coming through here in the form of frozen precipitation in some showers. some reports of hail here.
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didn't get a lot in terms of rainfall amounts. but certainly broke that long-standing record streak of dry weather. san francisco and san jose, point owes to inches. just over half an inch in napa. look at the scene from the sierra, this was a for co-. snow was coming down. -- this effort co-. they did pick up to 1.5 feet of snow at some resorts. tomorrow afternoon, still on the cool side, but sunny, upper 40's to upper 50's as far as your colder mornings go, thursday is going to be one of the colder mornings. 25 degrees in santa rosa. iday26 in fair then we will start to see some changes. over the weekend, we are expecting an opportunity for wet weather. this is sunday. that model is going dry now. we will go with a chance of rain. cold the next couple of mornings. we are going to feel that winter chill.
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records likely, especially in the mornings thursday and friday. milder for saturday, sunday. still a chance of some showers sunday. a little warmer early next week. ♪i want to break free♪ (vo) imagine a place where we can finally be free. free to zoom without a meeting request. free to enjoy savory bites, and stunning sights. and free to reunite with old friends...and new. it's time to break free. ♪i want to break free♪ ♪ohhh i want to break free♪ (vo)re plan yougeway withwean
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the girls came one week early. both were happy and healthy. their names mean beautiful and precious gifts from god. dad calls it a once-in-a-lifetime day for his family. i'm just going to say it, maybe m&ms for halloween? dan: that's a good idea. aaron rodgers explained, is the m.v.p. really pondering retirement? reporter: the former stars is a 12 day for funds got in focus. but what about his future? the future is now for the sharks. they are to make a playoff
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>> abc 7 sports, sponsored by river rock casino. reporter: really interesting time for the sharks. not really in the playoff chase, but not totally out of it either. what today do with the -- sharks tribute -- welcome to the rivalry. jonah has his teammates, and burdette on june the face, one-zero seven ducks. a perfect spot to poke full in the rebound. later in the first, one-timer from deep. his first goal in 16 games. 2-1, sharks. ducks tied up. 3, 2 2 2 2 ducks win 4-3. team teal has now lost seven in a row. not long ago, stanford football was a perennial power.
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trying to recapture the old identity. stanford starting spring practice today. cardinal went 3-9 last year. a record the coach considers ancient history. >> i'm not born a hold them responsible for it happened last year. we are a new team. need passion, confidence and energy. every year is different. i close the book in the last year. get rate to start the new year. some rebound needs to happen. really excited. reporter: aaron rodgers turning into quite the content creator. last night, he thanked to bunch of people including his former fiancé in a post some interpreted as a retirement announcement. he explained he is grateful for the wife he has, hasn't decided if or where he will play next season. >> don't think about that before i something like that. there's nothing cryptic about it. i just came out of a 12 day cleanse where you are eating a specific diet and going through treatments everyday.
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i was going through some old pictures from last year and felt an intense amount of gratitude. reporter: michigan basketball coast -- coach has apologized for stopping a wisconsin coach. has prompted some had to say let's get read the handshake line. >> of some doesn't want to shake hands, you're going to see 15 of my guys walked down and i'm going to shake aaron then we are going to leave. going to leave. reporter: okay jack, these recipes aren't gonna create themselves. it's crunch time! but first, it's heinz dip & crunch time! i'm dipping into the latest innovation by combining heinz secret sauce and potato chip crunchers for the perfect bite. my heinz dip & crunch bacon cheeseburger combo. only at jack in the box.
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