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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. here comes the rain again. three more storms headed towards the bay area. good evening i'm eric thomas. thank you for joining us. the rain is just now arriving, and it should stick around for several days. a live look outside right now at our explore for yum camera. it's already wet out there. for more on what to expect, let's head over to drew tuma. >> we are in the midst of storm number one. saw heavy rain earlier this evening and we are tracking scattered showers behind this front. let's go in tighter on live doppler 7. scattered showers. south san francisco, san
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francisco, light rate around san jose as well. this system is just a one on the storm impact scale a. light storm through monday. scattered showers,and isolated downpour, perhaps, and we are breezy at times. for the morning rush tomorrow, use caution. showers will be around. there is some ponding on the roads as well. and it will be breezy over your bridges. on the heels of this storm an even stronger one is set to arrive. we'll detail that coming up in the full accuweather forecast. >> keep track on the abc7 news app. be sure to enable push alerts. other news now. chp is looking for a driver who hit a man who was changing his tire along 280 in san jose. that driver then keptle going. the victim had injure injuries. officers are looking for a red toyota corolla with damage to the front bumper and lights. a transient is in custody, accused of setting a vehicle on vir in oakland today. this picture from chp shows it burning near fruitvale and east
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7th this morning. a witness helped investigators track down the somebody, 20-year-old jose hermosillo. officers are tracking down the owner of the vehicle. it is the travel ban has been put on hold through the court. that restraining order is now being challenged. the president attacked the court over the decision. david wright has details. >> reporter: today trump warned i have instructed homeland security to check people coming into your country very carefully. the courts are making the job very difficult. the fate of trump's controversial policy shutting the doors to visa holders from seven predominantly muslim countries now in the hands of the ninth circuit court of appeals. overnight the appeals court rejected the administration's plea for an emergency ruling that would have reinstated the executive order. but a three judge panel is set to review the issue tomorrow.
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the department of justice argues the federal judge in washington who lifted the ban improperly second-guessed the president's national security determinations overstepping his judicial authority. democrats are pushing back on that. >> the president is not aya dictator. the framers of our constitution wanted a strong congress for the very reason that most of these kind of things should be done within the scope of law making. >> reporter: but trump appears to see it differently, tweeting today, just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. if something happens, blame him and court system. people pouring in, bad. each some republicans are expressing discomfort about the tone had the president has set, especially with that tweet disparaging this so-called judge. >> i'll be honest. i don't understand language like that. we don't have so-called judges, we don't have so-called senators. we don't have so-called
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presidents. >> reporter: there is also mounting criticism of this exchange with fox's bill o'reilly. >> do you respect putin? >> i do respect him. >> why? >> i respect a lot of people but that doesn't mean i'm going to get along with them. >> putin is a killer. >> we have got a lot ofkillers. you think our country is so innocent. >> reporter: blasted back. we are not the same as putin! vice president mike pence insists there is no moral equivalent see but he told george stephanopoulos there is good reason to improve relations with moscow. >> russia has a common interest in confronting radical islamic terrorism, and especially isis. and if we have opportunities to work together, i think the president -- the president is looking for an opportunity to begin that relationship anew. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, washington. a young girl separated from her family for several years is now reunited with her loved ones
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after arriving at sfo today. she received her visa on january 26th, one day before the president issued the travel ban. when the judge issued the restr started to head this way. as you can imagine it has been a confusing process for americans overseas just trying to get home. but for now they are feeling temporary relief. abc news reporter cornell barnard has reaction from sfo. >> she said? >> she says yes, very much. >> reporter: this man wasn't sure when he would see his wife again. she has a green card and returned from iran. 48 hours after president trump's travel ban was put on hold by a washington judge. >> we were anxious if she could come back. we were uncertainty. >> reporter: overnight the san francisco based ninth u.s. circuit court of appeals denied
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the trump administration's request to reinstate the travel ban from seven primarily muslim countries. it's believed the case is headed to supreme court, which could rule the order discrimination. the trump administration is making one argument which says people overseas don't have any rights under the first amendment so we can discriminate on the basis of religion. that's a scary argument. and there is not a lot of precedent for that. >> reporter: immigration attorneys are not leaving sfo, offering free legal advice to travelers. they say there is still a lot of confusion. >> the current state of the law is allowing people that have visas, even if they were provisionally revoked. they are now reinstated so now is the time to travel. >> reporter: not everyone thinks they should, this chairman supports the president's travel ban. >> our country needs to be safe. anything we do, we have a right to do it. it's called self-defense and self preservation. >> we still don't know what's going to happen. we have got to see what he is going to do. >> reporter: for now, an
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uncertain future for many travelers and their families. cornell barnard, abc7 news. if you are one of the small group of americans who missed the super bowl you missed an incredible game. hue joins us now about the first-ever overtime super bowl. what a comeback. >> weapon from a buildout to a comeback to a phenomenal finish. all right. this game was all about tom brady. his patriots spotted the fall cans a 21 point lead. were down 25 at one point and he came back to force overtime with 25 unanswered points winning his fifth super bowl title. brady was shaky in the first half but came out firing in the second finding his receivers with amazing accuracy. he threw for a super bowl record 4676 yards becoming the first quarterback ever to win five super bowl titles surpassing terry brad show and joe montana. play of the game had to be this throw. wall is tipped, julian edelman comes up with it. an amazing catch.
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that kept the drive alive and led to the game tying touchdown to force overtime. in o.t. brady gets the ball first made sure the falcons never saw it den. ledding to the game winning run by james white, they win it 34-28, a mazing game, amazing quarterback, amazing win. complete highlights on the win coming up in sports. congratulations to the patriots and the brady family. >> you played with one of the greatest of all times. >> it's hard to compare, but joe montana and tom brady now both here from the bay area. both impressive. google is forced to hand over some user e-mails. this comes months after a similar case ruling that microsoft didn't have to. what the judge said was different this time. plus california congresswoman nancy pelosi
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california congresswoman nancy pelosi is calling on the fbi to investigate president trump's ties to russia. the house democratic leader today called for an investigation of mr. trump's financial and personal ties to russia to determine whether he could possiblebly be blackmailed by the country. on nblz's meet the press, pelosi said she wants to see the president's tax returns to get to the truth in his relationship with russian president vladimir putin. a federal judge is ordering google to turn over some of its user e-mails stored overe sass. the ruling is part of a domestic fraud probe. the judge said they do not qualify as a seizure because there is no meaningful interference with the account holders possessions. seven months ago a judge ruled microsoft did not have to turn over e-mails stored in ireland that u.s. investigators wanted for a narcotics case. google plans to appeal the decision sake the case breaks
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from press didn't. geologists in hawaii are keeping a close eye on the kilauea volcano. check out this video showing part of a cliff collapsing into the ocean on tuesday. it is part of a steady stream of lava known as the fire hose flow. another part of the cliff could break off at any time. being accident is about going inside. what happens when you you contract it out. >> we'll take you to this one time exhibit. how long should we keep the umbrella's ready. the new england patriots pulled off the impossible, overcoming a 25 point deficit to win their fifth super bowl title. and the ma
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a win time exhibit at san francisco's asian art museum drew on unique experiences. creators of all ages helped build a technicolor accident garden. it included a collaborative photo audio mural, a rake garden and a tea lounge. part of it it was inspired by japanese accident gardens. now your accuweather forecast withdrew tuma. >> the rainy pattern has returned. we are in the midst of storm number one. three coming. the strongest tuesday morning. live doppler 7 showing you we are still tracking scattered showers out there. going in tighter. this is the theme not tonight also tomorrow morning. hit or miss showers on marinwood. richmond as well. south, around east palo alto sunnyvale and parts of san jose have light rain at this hour. into the sierra, we have heavy
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snow fall at this hour. chains now required at both 80 and 50. a winter storm warning now in effect. one to three feet of snow in the next 48 hours. storm impact scale tonight through monday. this is a light system. you saw those scattered showers. could be a downpour embedded with them. could be breezy. wind is not a huge factor with this current system. tomorrow they will be tracking showers for the morning commute. the downpours could cause ponding on the roadways use caution. have the high beams on if you need them as the rain moves through. monday afternoon it is not raining everywhere but showers are in the forecast. watch what happens as the next storm system approaches. monday evening the rain becomes more widespread in nature and our next system will be stronger than the current one right now. highs on your monday will be right around the mid 50s to
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lower 60s with those showers on and off. pretty similar winter pattern like we've had today. storm impact scale. let's get you into tuesday. specifically in the morning. this is going to be a 2. a moderate storm. the big difference with this next system the winds will be stronger, 30 to 40 miles per hour wind gusts. showers and scattered downpours and the chance of thunder is there. tuesday morning, 7:00 in the, mo you can see the winds are active. a lot of spots over 30 miles per hour. and those winds are sticking with us even through lunchtime. we are not seeing much of a break in those winds. along the coasts could have gusts over 40 miles per hour. trees coming down certainly a concern tuesday morning. future weather showing you the rain is still with us tuesday morning 7:00 in the morning. commute will likely be slow as the rain moves through. by 11:00 as we are tracking those strong winds we are also trackingis lated downpours as well. total rainfall through tuesday evening arc healthy 3/4 to an
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inch and a half through the heart of the region. north bay, an match and hawaii to three inches of rain. accuweather 78ds shows tomorrow scattered showers turning to more stedsy rain in the evening. tuesday, moderate system, morning rain and win. mild showers on wednesday a. break thursday. however our third and final storm this week arrives thursday night lingering into friday morning. >> now, abc7 sports with mike shumann. >> super bowl li had it all. one of the all-time great quarterbacks tom brady and his patriots spotted the falcons 25 points. brady brings his team back to force the first overtime in super bowl history. gets the ball first in ot and made sure the falcons never saw it again. tom brady fired up just the beginning of a huge wave of
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emotions he would face in this came. brady never scored in the, if first quarter of a super bowl. on the no exception. they were driving, the ball is stripd and the falcons roofer. freeman, who had 11 carries, 75 yards runs it in from five yards out, 7-0, atlanta. falcons get the ball back. matt ryan, legal analyst mvp, 19 yard, the d pass to hoover. 14-0, falcons. largest deficit for brady and bill bell check in a super bowl. it got course. once again, driving, brady picked off by alford. 21-3, the falcons at the half. the party was starting in atlanta. brady and pats fans hanging their heads in frustration. but they didn't hit rock bottom yet. third quarter. 28-3, falcons. momentum changed.
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2:13 left in the quarter. brady, five yards to white. 28-9 after three. 93-0 in postseason history for teams at that score. ryan fumbles on third and one after a huge hit by high tower. pats get the ball. wasted no time. six point score. two point conversion. james white takes a direct snap, punches it in. new england trail 28-20. six minutes to play. brady throughs it to edelman. look at that catch. unbelievable. a gain of 23. and then white would complete the 91-yard drive with a 1 yard touchdown run. he had 14 catches, 110 yards and a td. two tds on the ground. theyeeded a two point conversion. brady to al men dolea. for the first time in super bowl his rea game goes to overtime. falcons win the coin toss.
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pats win it in overtime. patriots win the super bowl completing the largest come back in super bowl history thanks to 25 unanswered points. tom brady wins his fifth. he is the mvp the most by any kathleen bell in nfl history. 34-28 the final. brady threw for a super bowl record 466 yards. >> down 25 points, i mean it's hard to imagine us it took a l plays, and that's why you play to the end. it is a 60-minute game. halftime i would say we were -- we weren't down at all. i mean we were disappointed in the way we played and knew that we could go out and do better in the second half. >> there is something we say around here. you gotta believe. kept on saying it. gotta believe, gotta believe. gotta believe. >> we knew we had a shot. defense played well. it was a tough game. it was a crazy game. we're happy. >> we are here to compete in this game because we earned it. that's the only reason why.
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you know, top we earned the championship. these guys played like champions. you know, when it counted the most in the fourth quarter and overtime. so you know, it's about this team and what this team accomplished than about anything else. >> there is nothing you can really say. that's a tough loss. obviously, you know, very disappointed. very close to getting done what we wanted to get done. but you any, it's hard to find words tonight. >> congratulations to tom brady and the patriots. fifth super bowl title. brady has to be considered the best of his era with his performance. hard to compare him with joe montana, different eras in the game but definitely a first ballot hall of famer, for sure. more coming up at 11:00. eric back to you. >>. franchises is back in theaters. the first two ring movies earned millions of dollars worldwide. do americans want a good scare right now.
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>> in honor of black history month we are using our abc 7 news bay area instagram feed to celebrate the people who live where you live. today we celebrate robert o'hara as he
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tonight an abc 7 news at 11:00, we have reaction from tom brdy's hometown right here in the bay area after his record fifth super bowl championship. beyond just the game more of the moments that had people talking to from the halftime show to the controversial commercials. we are months away from halloween but horror movies are in demand right now leading the box office. split continues to shock movie-goers and analysts. it's rare for a low budget
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horror movie to win threeics weeks in a row. rings took in $13 million, it's followed by "a dog's purpose," hidden figures, and "la la land." another horror flick, resident evil, the final chapter, just missed the top five. by the i with a, you can watch the oscars live only on abc7 three weeks from today. jimmy kimmel hosting the oscars for the first time. we invite you to check out the abc7 news app for complete list of nominees. and that's it for abc7 news at 9:00. our next newscast is at 11:00 over on channel 7. i'll leave shu to count his super bowl win prosecution the wager he made -- oh, right he didn't pick the patriots. >> my 14-game win streak is over. >> have a great evening, folks. >> have a great evening, folks. we'll see you at 11e
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(techno music) - [voiceover] it's the michelle meow show. your a to z covering the lgbt, lmnop, and everyone in-between. (techno music) here's michelle meow. - welcome to the michelle meow show, your a through z covering the lgbt, lmnop, and everyone in-between show. tonight we have two incredible guests who will be here to talk about their own personal journey and their stories. ken jones is a longtime lgbtq activist right here in san francisco whose personal story is being told through the abc miniseries that will feature in 2017 called when we rise, and it's written by dustin lance black. we also have rhodessa jones of cultural odyssey. she's also the media director of the medea project, a theater project for incarcerated women. before we get to the interviews, though, let's check in with what people are saying


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