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impact scale. that means it is a light storm, but it doesn't just mean rain. a winter storm warning is in effect. make sure you have your chains with you if you're heading into the sierra. this is how it looked about an hour ago. >> the storm is prompting a high surf advisory as well but it wasn't enough to scare this kite surfer out of the water. let's get to the expert. >> she is tracking all the effect the storm will have on us. >> it is more than rain and wind . let's check out live doppler 7 and what is happening right now as we get to street level radar, we do have some showers right in the north bay, occidental, west 3rd street, south santa rosa, as we going to other parts of the bay area you will notice we are
also tracking some showers right around american canyon, heading into vallejo. we widen out the picture and you notice this cold, unstable air that is diving down behind the system, that is triggering those thunderstorms. do count on some heavier rainfall at 11:30 tonight, it's going to pick up in intensity, so plan accordingly. thunderstorm threat tonight is there for the entire bay area and that threat continues tomorrow as well. some hail, we've already seen it happen, it is a one owner exclusive storm impact scale. thunder and hail, gusty winds, rough and dangerous surf. i'll be back with a closer look at that timeline. dan: take your umbrella if you going to the polls tomorrow. if you're voting by mail, you
will need to drop your ballot off at the polling place before it closes in order for your vote to count. here is more on the final push to get out the vote. >> we say it every election and it is true, turnout will be key or who wins control of the house and senate. both sides making their last pitches. today vice president, harris was here to give a boost at the last minute. >> the vice president and governor newsom were both in southern california where they urged people to get out and vote. >> we will fight every single minute, every single hour. >> democrats risk losing control of congress.
republican leaders have predicted a so-called red wave, similar to the blue wave in california in 2018 when donald trump was president. there are several tight congressional races that could tip the balance of the house. the governor, who is expected to win his reelection campaign by double digits, has been campaigning for candidates across the state. he made an appearance at an event in san francisco. >> are republican candidates are hitting hard on issues like the economy and crime, democrats are pushing proposition one. according to the berkeley institute of governmental studies, it is likely to pass by a wide margin. our's harris warned college students. v.p. harris: one does not have to abandon their faith or deeply
held beliefs to agree the government should not be telling her what to do with her body. [applause] >> paul mitchell says this is strategic. >> this might end up being good for democrats because it keeps the discussion around the issuer -- the issue where they might have an electoral advantage. >> it could be that we won't know all the results tomorrow night, it could take a few days, especially in tight races for all the ballots to be counted. phil, let's talk about this issue of abortion and proposition one. democrats are hoping the issue will get voters to the polls. do you think that's going to work in some of these tight races? >> that's why it was put on the ballot, one to protect women's rights of choice and the other to get the turnout in this election. as far as the rest of the state,
i'm not sure how it's going to play. saying the democrat would protect a woman's right to choice better than the republican. >> right now republicans are talking about crime, the economy and abortion is the one issue that democrats do poll well on. >> it's one of those things where you go with what you've got. it remains to be seen, but there's going to be a lot of talk afterwards one way or another about messaging. it is also interesting, those are on the state and national level. here locally there are some races that could influence the entire bay area and not the least of which is the mayor race in san jose.
that is huge down there, it's labor, its business, they are all pushing with competing agendas. and it's really begin oakland as well, we have a mayor's race there. there are 10 candidates, and it's interesting as we go into the final thing, a couple of years ago candidates were talking about defund the police, and now they are talking about how many there going to hire. liz: we are following some of these local races as well. dan: anything else that you are paying close attention to locally? between terry wiley and pamela price, pamela price is big on progressive, and miley is much more on the moderate side. that has influenced an entire swath of the east bay.
ama: liz, you are watching one proposition in particular, correct? liz: we talked about sports betting, we've all heard so much about that, prop 26 and prop 27. polling shows it will take all those ads, all the money that have poured into it, but it is likely to fail and prop one on abortion is likely to pass. we're watching closely proposition 30, it would tax people who make over $2 million a year. the tax is 1.75% and that tax money will go toward electric vehicles and charging stations and other infrastructure around that. governor newsom is against this and democratic party is for it. climate activists are for it. the polling is showing it is either split, it could go either way.
dan: and governor newsom has personally put out ads opposing this. he has friends on both sides. he has wealthy donors on both sides. he said what this is is a move by lyft, the rideshare company, to get subsidies for its electric vehicles and chargers that they would use. and he agrees with it in principle, he says what is the next business to come on the ballot and take out attacks for special interest, and when is it going to stop? so it is back-and-forth right now. >> we can't wait to dig into it all tomorrow night. dan: it's going to be utterly fascinating. tomorrow night we will be livestreaming results as soon as the polls close, 8:00 to 11.pm. you can watch out on our abc 7 bay area news app on your
tablet, or smartphone. >> we will have live, local cut ins every 30 minutes. abc7news at 11:00 p.m. will have a full recap of local results. dan: remember, every voter in california can get a mail-in ballot. the state averages running at 21% return. the ballot tracker is available on our website, abc7news.com. the north bait leads the way in marin county, 53% of ballots have been returned so for. 30% in sonoma county, san mateo,'s -- and contra costa are about 25%, followed closely by san francisco and alameda counties. the only local county below the state averages solano, with 20 point 7% of those mail-in ballots returned so far. ama: house speaker nancy pelosi
is talking to a journalist, karina nova is here with what she's shared about that night. karina: she opened up to cnn's anderson cooper, times getting choked up about that attack on her husband paul. she said she was woken up at her apartment in washington dc while this was all unfolding at her home in san francisco. she said the hard part is knowing that she and not her husband was the intended target when this person broke into their home. she was stoic, biting back her stool raw emotions at times. take a look. -- biting back her still raw emotions at times. >> of course i'm sad because of my husband, but i'm also sad for
our country, unless we can get over this and have enough people out there say while they may not agree with everything the democrats or republicans are for, i do agree that our democracy is important, and that we must protect it. it is a model to the world. ama: hello see also went into detail about the unknowns on the night of the attack. she said she didn't know her husband's condition, but paul pelosi was taken to the hospital with a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hand. he has since been released from the hospital. nancy pelosi says while the head injury will be a long recovery, paul is more concerned about the traumatic effect on their children and grandchildren. in her interview with anderson cooper, nancy pelosi said she also hopes this incident with her family does not deter people from running for office, saying alterable times that it is a time for healing.
she said it does play a role in her decision on when she will retire. dan: coming up, an oakland woman missing for months is finally found. tonight you'll hear new details from her family about the case and why they still don't have closure. >> bus will be joined by michael >> bus will be joined by michael this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. what's it like having xfinity internet with supersonic wifi? it's fast like beyond-gig-speed fast. yeaaaaaaaaay!!!
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vote yes on 31. dan: san francisco firefighters are on the scene of a water main break. sky 7 flew over the area a short time ago. repairs are underway in the area. investigators say there is also a strong smell of gas in the air. there are no reports of any injuries or illness at this point, but the public is being asked to avoid that area for the time being so they can get it cleaned up as quickly as possible. >> the community has stepped up to support dan: seven-year-old girls. dan:a deadly car crash has left 27 euro girls without parents, and people in the community looking for changes in the area where it all happened. doc went his went to the scene
of the terrible crash and has more on how the community is reacting to the tragedy. >> the community has stepped up to support the 27-year-old girls. the gofundme page raised tens of thousands of dollars in less than a day. the tragedy happen friday night at el camino real in el camino city. this video was shared by business across the street. it shows the minutes just after a speeding car hit the family's vehicle as they were making a turn. a witness describes what he saw friday night. >> i was in my car and saw these cars speeding by. this other car came that way and it just crumpled in it. >> one of the cars involved a 17-year-old driver and two passengers. they were taken to hospital with
non-life-threatening injuries. we reached out to the redwood city police department to find out more information and so for the police chief has only said in an -- in a statement that more information will be released once it is available. >> no one should go through that. especially kids. it is sad. >> he found out about the accident the next morning. he tells us el camino real constantly sees people speeding. >> they need to put lights and stop signs because there are accidents all the time. people don't stop. >> redwood city's department of transportation has a strategy the city says hopes to eliminate all traffic fatalities. we asked for more information
but did not receive a response. zach fuentes, abc7news. ama: we need to track the rain now. sandhya: it's going to intensify, and we are already starting to track some cells. you will notice the intensity of the activity is starting to pick up, lightning strikes up the coast, some heavier cells approaching san francisco. we're tracking a new cell into sausalito at 6:36 and will head into tiburon at 6:41 and into san francisco a short time later. i weigh 29, broadway street, you're seeing some showers right now. it is gusty at this point, you're looking at atlas peak at
32 miles an hour. the winds will pick up even more as we head toward later on tonight. 40's and 50's on the temperatures, as we look at a live picture from the oakland airport camera, you can seal the clouds up above. showers linger early wednesday and were looking at colder weather thursday and friday morning behind the system. showers heavy at times, thunder and hail and gusty winds, rough and dangerous surf. tonight if you're stepping out, wrap the rain gear because as you look at midnight, intense thunderstorms moving through the bay area. tomorrow morning's commute will be stormy, so plan accordingly. you will need that extra time. waves of showers will come through in the afternoon and going into early tomorrow night. wednesday morning last few showers before it winds down.
many areas .5 inch to 1.5 inches. some of the mountain locations will pick up two inches but lighter amounts to the northern portion of our viewing area. the wind advisory goes until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow. dust could blow down some trees and because a few outages. notice the 36 mile an hour winds at half moon bay. the winds will ease as we head towards tomorrow night. those winds kicking up the waves, right now between 11-15 feet. highf ur sso p.m. tomorrow. dangerous, rough surf conditions, stay away if you can. stormy tomorrow morning, 40's and 50's for your temperatures, tomorrow afternoon you're looking at 40's and 50's for your highs. you will need layers and heavier
coats and umbrellas. a stormy start in the morning for election day. continue into wednesday morning, and then the chill settles in. milder afternoons, a slight chance of a few showers saturday . monday afternoon we have a better opportunity for rain but saturday and monday are still a little bit up in the air, so we will see what happens. dan: aztec companies lay o
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affected workers could be notified as early as wednesday. they are more than 27,000 during 2020-2021. the parent company of facebook and instagram went on a hiring spree during the pandemic. >> it's very hard to look at a company and see that they are going the wrong direction until we see the symptoms, which is what we are seeing now. >> meta stock has fallen this year and faces increasing competition from other social media platforms. dan: >> new owner leon month -- elon musk laid off hundreds of workers yesterday. some workers were laid off and have been asked to return, their jobs to essential to be cut. some were told they were laid
out by mistake. the controversial plan to start charging $7.99 a month for blue verify check mark has been put on hold. >> a lot of employees are banding together and filing what could be a class action lawsuit. dan: over the weekend, musk threatened to permanently suspend accounts that are to sip eight in impersonation. ama: imagine having a job but not getting paid. now it is an emergency at one san francisco school district. >> and putting the brakes on one walnut creek man.
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friday in plymouth, hours away from the bay area. dan: police and her family shared shocking new information about the circumstances of her murder and what is next. >> a heartless and premeditated murder. the cold-blooded way her body was desecrated. our hearts were shattered even more than what we thought possible. deep inside, we were holding onto hope. >> alexis gabe's dad, planked by his sons, full of emotion as detectives describe how a man randomly out with a metal detector found earrings and human remains in the sierra foothills. the earrings and partial remains id by dental records belong to 24-year-old alexis gabe. >> the condition did not lead us to a specific manner of death but we are confident her remains were separated from one another and scattered. >> gabe disappeared january 26 when she visited her
ex-boyfriend marshall jones at his home in antioch. she was reported missing the next day. police believe jones dumped her body on january 28. they have gas station surveillance video and say he purposefully shut off his cell phone, navigating the dark roads with hand written directions he copied from google maps. >> we do not believe alexis left marshall's house alive. >> jones was killed by seattle police as they tried to arrest him. >> i do not try to get into the mind of a killer. he did what he did for an unknown reason. >> we know why he did it. he was obsessed with her. he made threats saying he would kill himself if she didn't get back with him. and also made threats saying he would kill her. >> the family says for them, there is no closure. they want to find the rest of alexis' remains and want to see justice by seeing if anyone helped the ex-boyfriend after
the murder. >> we are still trying to go after the person who helped him with this crime. we have tons of evidence. it is not over. leslie: i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. ama: if you are someone facing domestic abuse or mental health issues, please seek help. dan: thousands of teachers and staff are not paid correctly for months. here is more on the plan and how educators are responding to this new aggressive approach. >> my message is simple. today i'm declaring a payroll state of emergency. >> while the message may seem simple, the dysfunctional payroll system has left thousands of educators and staff
with missing paychecks, benefits and more since january. the problem so severe the teachers union even camped out in front of the former superintendent's office in march and help multiple rallies like this one several days ago, calling for fixes fast. the new school board president and superintendent announced monday a new 60 member command center made up of existing staff to address the issues. both acknowledge the seriousness of what needs to be fixed. >> the problems are bigger and more complex than initially thought. >> tough decisions will be needed in the days ahead. >> daniel owens is missing 10 months of retiree contributions. he is encouraged by the new measures announced today. >> i am hopeful the new leadership will get this done. they step into a very severe crisis.
>> he says while there have been improvements in the fall semester compared to earlier this year, a state of emergency is what the district 10,000 employees needed a long time ago. >> it is absolutely the right course of action. therefore we have very high expectations for how quickly and how seriously the district will start to resolve so many of the ongoing problems. >> while the superintendent told me he could not provide specifics on how many issues have been resolved so far, information would be published in regular progress reports to be rolled out soon. >> we want to get back to the basics of just focusing on education. ama: it's an uplifting start to the week on wall street. stocks rose for a second straight week ahead of elections. investors note the stock market
has historically been pushed higher after mid terms. california's one the few states were gas prices are still dropping dramatically. the state average is down more than $.10 in a week. san francisco gas is the most expensive in the bay area. the cheapest is in solano county where it is $5.35. dan: a walnut creek man paid his car's registration deed to the dmv. >> eight weeks later the dmv says it never received it. >> a brand-new dmv problem, it may have been a computer error or maybe a human error. whatever it was, our guy was positive he paid it. >> he showed us the updated registration sticker on his rear license plate. he also showed us the receipt after he entered his payment online.
>> i got the stickers within a week, it seemed pretty quick. >> then he was sent a bill for a late fee and a bounced check. however, his fang also didn't have any record of his check being cashed either. >> something had gone wrong. >> he went to a local dmv office but they told him there is nothing they can do about his late fees of 180 seven dollars, so he paid. he also continued to fight the charges, which he felt were unjust. as a last resort, he contacted 7 on your side. we contacted the dmv and it responded within hours. >> sure enough, the next morning, 8:00 a.m., here comes a courier with the check >>. >>the agency told us a
researcher discovered an error in the payment process and immediately in wuxi i did the process for refund of $187. the dmv rick -- apologized to him for any inconvenience. >> 7 on your side was a great intermediary and did a great job of putting me in touch with the right person. >> he said they joked with him and promised him nordstrom like service in the future. dan: you can't win if you don't play. with the world record jackpot of with the world record jackpot of for this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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dan: two are stormont, authorities are warning about showers, high waves and potential power outages overnight. a high surf advisory is in effect, waves could reach 15 or even 20 feet. a couple from connecticut was impressed by what they saw at rodeo beach in marin county. this is their first visit to the pacific ocean. >> so far i would say keep out,
stay out of the water. >> we were able to take photos of the waves breaking and the surf being pulled back into the water. it's just absolutely beautiful. dan: yesterday two swimmers had to be rescued, one of the swimmers did not survive, unfortunately. pg&e is also a of unplanned power outages because of wet and windy conditions, so here we go. ama: more rain coming. sandhya: it's going to be downpours if the system holds together. right now we are just tracking light to moderate showers, as we get you into street-level radar, found grove parkway, you will notice light showers, light to moderate around american canyon, vallejo and 5th street. if you're stepping out, definitely grab the umbrellas as you will notice showers begin to move into the sunset district. it is a light level 1 right now,
cold, unstable air moving in. it could get bumped to a level two, depending on how well it holds together going into tomorrow morning. you'll notice 11:30 tonight, some heavier showers moving in. tomorrow's commute looks stormy between 5:00 and 8:00 a.m.. if you're traveling to the mountains, it's a good idea to carry the chains. snow intensity will be picking up, heavy snow, 1-4 feet, expecting up to five feet for the peaks with gusty winds. difficult to impossible travel with the wind causing blowing snow. tomorrow mid 40's to mid-50's, breezy in the afternoon and scattered showers on tap for your lunchtime. the afternoon, scattered showers. wednesday is level 1 and you will notice cold conditions follow thursday and friday morning, which is veterans day. afternoon highs come up a few
degrees and then we have a few more opportunities for wet weather. saturday is a slight chance because the models are not in agreement. monday afternoon is when we may see the next opportunity for some wet weather, so definitely prepare accordingly with the storm coming through late tonight into tomorrow morning, with the heavy at this -- the heaviest of it. ama: chris is tracking sports. chris: the warriors coming home. hoping the home cooking will cure that nasty five game losing streak and another chance for a call to the hall. how barry
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rotation changes are on the way. the main headline, jonathan will be in the rotation. before he had a season high 18 points. a season high 27 against orlando the last time he played. you get the since being back in the bay could be the cure to ending this losing streak. >> it's good to be home, it's nice for guys to sleep in their own beds and see their kids and see their families. i think the best part of this week is that we have these two practice days. we will have tomorrow off and then two straight days of practice, which we need to tighten up our game. >> we've let a good amount of games get away, so hopefully this will be a great week for us and we will turn the page and start closing games and going on a big winning streak. i've got a gut feeling. chris: good vibes down in santa
clara today. back on the feel, that's good news. the practice windows were open for three players working their way back from injury. >> everybody is excited and ready to get back out there. that's how i felt earlier, just getting excited. everybody is happy to be back in football. grinding through that first half of the season, everybody is hurting. so it was good for all of them. i had my own little bye week. we are all excited. chris: college basketball's -- the man from france, 22 off the bench, including that triple my dozen at the break.
early second half, michael jones the tip, and then hustles, that's a steal. he had a game-high 31. standard wins by 10. it has been a while. world series champion astros and dusty baker celebrated today. 73-year-old baker became the oldest manager to win a title in history after the astros defeated the phillies in six games on saturday. the longtime skipper smiling from ear to ear holding that trophy. baseball's all-time homerun leader has another shot at the hollow frame -- hall of fame. barry bonds named one of the eight players in the hall of fame's contemporary ballot. bonds failed to get in during his 10th and final election cycle. the committee is made up of hall of fame players, veterans and
baseball executives. hoping this is the charm for barry, but we will wait and see. i think he deserves to be in. there is a whole argument. dan: do you think there is a good chance? chris: i think there is a good chance. ama: tonight at 8:00, bats or in paradise. then on the road to the cma's at 10:00 and stay with us for abc news at 11:00. we are streaming 24/7, get the abc 7 bay area news app and join us whenever you want, wherever you are. anchor for joining us. dan: for all of us here, we appreciate your time. hope you have a nice evening and that we see you again at 11:00.
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♪♪♪ from the alex trebek stage at sony pictures studios, this is the "jeopardy! tournament of champions." [applause] here is our final group of "jeopardy!" champions-- an associate professor of operations research at the naval postgraduate school, from pacific grove, california... a statistical research specialist from nashville, tennessee... and an attorney, from arlington, virginia... [applause] and now, here is the host of "jeopardy!", ken jennings. thank you, johnny gilbert. welcome, everyone, to the second week of the tournament of champions. we have three seated champions, amy schneider, matt amodio and mattea roach,
waiting in the wings for the next round of competition already, alongside the winners of our five quarter final games. today we welcome back zach, jessica and sam to learn who will play in the last remaining spot in the semi-finals. good luck. here are your categories, as we get into the jeopardy! round. first... then... we have... a... and finally, responses... - zach, start us off. - let's do alphabet for $1,000. jessica. - what is lima? - no. sam. - what is papa? - that's it, yes. uh, nato's alphabet, $800, please. - jessica. - what is victor? - right. - nato, $600.