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police and occupy protesters face-off in union square jammed with holiday shoppers. the mission of the protesters are to stop people from shopping on this black friday. good evening everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. dan ashley has the night off. the confrontation was tense at times. demonstrators faced off with shoppers and they even blocked market street as you can see here. they got in the middle of the street and prevented cars from turning. no accidents happened and no arrests were made either. abc7 is in union square with us for more on all of this. >> a lot of occupiers -- a lot
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of people are out here tonight. occupy oakland and san francisco together in union square as shoppers take in black friday festivities. for occupy yes sirs it means occupying stores like macy's and sacks fifth avenue where they didn't always get a warm welcome. but police were never far from the action. even as they gathered at the tree lighting ceremony. >> today was a good day because people were all hyped up and looking for the sales, and they are not thinking about people at all. they are thinking money. it is a good day for awareness. >> this family disagrees. >> that's the wrong time. kids don't care. this is for the kids. not for politics. >> put your abilities toward
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getting a job rather than saying somebody else is doing something wrong. maybe there is that in our nation to spend your time somewhere more positive. >> there was no trouble at the ceremony. the uke pyers went back out to block more entrances like at apple in stockton where they used their bodies and a little shove to keep this man from getting in. not all protesters condone the aggression. old navy was next. they shut down keeping shoppers in the store until the occupy movement moved on. >> we stop in one place and they put up these blockades. >> and like water, the protesters around 9:00 seemed to swell back up on market and back up to justin herman plaza. >> thank you. tonight occupy los angeles has been given the order to move out.
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the 485 tent encampment has been on the lawn of city hall for more than 50 days. mayor antonio villaraigosa announced it will be closed late sunday night. that's technically monday. tts time for the area to be cleaned and restored. protesters have the option of leaving on their own or face arrest. one person says they care more about the grass than the people ?ie. black friday turned ugly as the shoppers brawled over the video games the waffle irons and even towels. in san leandro one man is in critical, but stable condition after being shot during a robbery. he and some friends were walking to their car at the wal-mart store, and that's when they were confronted by a group of men who tried to rob them. a fight broke out and the robbers opened fire. >> you can see one guy runing and a couple guys get into the car and flea in the suspect vehicle. it looks like we have two people holding down one of the suspects.
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>> it was the victim's family that managed to hold down one of the suspects. he was later arrested by police. the other robbers including the gunman sped off in a car. >> we are hearing other stories of black friday shoppers reaching new low. they were clawing and pushing and pepper spraying them to get to the most coveted items. >> it is a black friday feeding frenzy. overzealous shoppers in honolulu crossed over the line. it added up to a free for all. confusion elsewhere. this man shopping at a wal-mart in phoenix was knocked unconscious and covered in blood after police suspected it him of trying to shoplift. witnesses say he put a video game in his waistband to stop his young grandson from being trampled by shoppers. gunfire erupted as consumers clam erred for deals in myrtle
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beach, south carolina and fayyetville, north carolina. >> they started fighting and then soon afterwards you heard a popping sound. >> in los angeles 20 people were injured when a woman at wal-mart tried to keep other shoppers away from merchandise she wanted by dousing them with pepper spray. >> people started screaming and kids were on the floor and everybody started inhaling it. >> and at clothing chain h&m in culver city a fist fight hey lay. -- melee. >> retailers thrive on the consumer getting in a frenzy. >> abc news. black friday is the biggest sales day of the year hands down. but will the momentum last? the national retail federation estimates holiday sales will rise almost 3% this year to $465 billion. analysts caution the huge sales this weekend are being driven by deep discounts that will end on monday. keep in mind monday is a cyber
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monday, a huge sales day on-line, and people are getting a head start. on-line spending on black friday is up 20% over 2010. and yesterday on thanksgiving, on-line sales soared 39%. we will know more about the business picture on thursday. that's when retailers will release their november sales figures. more progress to report for bryan stow, the giants fan beaten into a coma at a dodgers game last spring. family and friends joined him for thanksgiving dinner yesterday at his rehabilitation center. stow seated in the center and this photo posted on his website. family members say his recovery has been slow and painful, but it still continues to improve and it shows in credible strength in therapy. a 12-inch watermain burst in san francisco. >> it was a mess. water was gushing and it looked like yellowstone seriously. >> it is a remarkable sight. the water shot up 60 feet flooding the cur under roughing neighborhood. -- the surrounding
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neighborhoods. they evacuated several homes and here is lyanne melendez. >> this residence had -- this resident had to be rescued from her home. the speed of the water combined with the mud and rocks made it impossible for some residents to get out. >> it took some time to get my grandparents ready. we put them in wheelchairs and had them cross the streets. >> we had to open the backdoors to the garage to allow it to flow back down the steps. >> the gushing watery seem belled a guyser spewing in two directions. >> i thought it was raining. and then i looked down and saw all of this water gushing down from the hill. it is like a little san bruno. thank goodness it is water and not gas. >> the pipe that broke was a 12-inch feeder line that was connected to a larger 5-foot main. >> so these are two lines that actually bring the regional water into the 26 wholesalers
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that get water from us. and they deliver here on the peninsula in the east bay. >> both lines had been recently replaced by the san francisco puc. the water had to be diverted before shutting it off. sky 7hd shows the moment they finally did, three and a half hours later. the massive amount of water undermined an empty lot directly behind the pipeline, sending mud and rocks down the hill. >> this has been a nightmare project. it has been a war zone around here for many months. we were glad to see it come back together and get our street back, and now this. the clean up on the streets began immediately. six homes near the feeder line were inspected by city engineers. >> we had inspectors from south san francisco that were out here evaluating the homes to make sure the structural integrity wasn't compromised. we cleared the homes in the entire area. everybody is free to go back in their homes. >> and this is what crews will be doing tomorrow. they will be shoring up the trench which means they will put things to support it so it
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doesn't collapse. in south san francisco lyanne melendez, abc7 news. the owner of a berkeley apartment building that went up in flames decided to tear it down. the fire ravaged the sequoia apartments. starting on monday, the 39-unit building is slated to be torn down. until then the 96-year-old structure remains in danger of collapse. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. the sidewalks and the streets surrounding the building will be partially closed during the demolition. a full propose -- four proposed state propositions have been agreed to start gathering signatures. there are attacks on all oil and natural gas extracted in california. another would abolish all of the environmental laws and agencies. the third is another attempt to legalize marijuana. and the fourth would tax certain controled substances. each proposed measure needs 500,000 signatures to make it on the june ballot. there are now 30 initiatives
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and referendums in circulation in california. up next, back to mars. the car-sized rover we are about to send to the martian surface. also the life-saving benefits of taking a certain vitamin, a deficiency that puts people at risk of heart disease. and the tree lighting on union square. and then later on "nightline." >> carolyn, coming up next on "light line" --" nightline" treating the littlest patients on the other side of the world. we go inside the incredible program designed to bring doctors to a place with almost none.
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. two of the three american students arrested and detained for days in egypt are on their way home tonight. police accused the students of throwing firebombs at security forces that clashed with protestors in tahrir square. the students deny the charges. an airport official says 21-year-old lou gates has left egypt and an attorney for gregory porter says his client is on a plane back to the u.s. 19-year-old derrick sweeney is expected to leave on a flight later tonight.
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the three were studying at the american university in cairo. the most complex mars rover ever constructed will launch from cape canaveral. it is the size of a mini coper and armed with high-tech 3-d and high-tech vision. now here is clayton sandal with what they are searching for. >> earth ligs may get a few steps closer to discovering if mars ever had martians. after a 354 million mile commute, this spacecraft should reach mars in august, landing a new rover in a way never tried before. >> the novel design is a jet pack that flies it down and lands it on the ground and then that rocket jet flies off and we are done with it. >> the rover is named curiosity, and it is a scientist dream machine. a mobile lab the size of a mini cooper. it has sensors and 3-d cameras. >> for the next few years, the explorer will scan sample and drill its way across the floor of the gigantic crater.
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it will even drive the slopes of a mountain three miles high. >> the answer that we are seeking with curiosity is to figure out if the conditions at any . in mars -- at any point in mars' history can support life. joy past rovers like spirit and opportunity had been huge successes. >> and liftoff. >> out of 40 mars missions launched from earth, 26 have failed. russia's probe blasted off earlier this month. and it is now stranded in earth's orbit. >> mars does not want us there for some reason. >> nasa is hoping curiosity has better luck. they are counting on the $2.5 mission to tell them if mars is a safe place for humans to eventually visit. >> it is a lot of fun. we are all attacking this like we might have a chance to do that, so those who come behind us will be the beneficiaries of the work we are doing now. work that for now scientists on earth will have to do my
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remote control. abc news. if you are stumped for a holiday gift for that certain someone, how about burning man tickets? being on monday for the first time you can register for a crack at pre sale tickets to the festival that sell brits radical self-expression. it is part of the new lottery system. born out of last year's sellout, it is the first in burning man's 26-year history. a new study finds that people who are lacking vitamin d more than half of their risk of dye figure they take supplements to correct the deficiency. they studied 10,000 patients and found 70% were deficient in vitamin d and at significant lehigher risk for heart disease. most vitamin d comes from exposure to sunlight and 10% from things like oily fish, milk and eggs. it is pushed in the american journal of cardiology. what a sight in san francisco's union scbair tonight. -- union square tonight. take a look. the occasion was the 22nd
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annual lighting of the christmas tree in front of macy's on union square. the artificial tree is 83 feet tall. it is covered with 1100 ornaments and 33,000 twinkling lights. on top of it all is a huge red ribbon. it is always such a fun sight to see those lights come on this time of year. spencer christian is here now. >> the tree is lighting up the square and the sun will light up the entire bay area. finally after a cloudy day. the camera is looking out over san francisco on this cool and cloudy night. the clouds will depart tomorrow. they hung around a this afternoon. you can tell on our satellite image we had mostly cloudy skies across the bay area. the south bay had mostly sunny skies and it was a few degrees milder there than in other low locations. look how chilly it is getting up north. 39 in napa and 43 in santa rosa and fairfield. 45 in nava tau. and we have low 50sin most other locations. these are the highlights.
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cloudy with areas of fog developing. we have mild afternoons the next few days, and a chance of some showers late next week, but it is looking like light showers not anything heavy. overnight tonight, lots of clouds around. the fog is developing in some areas. and the lows napa might drop lower than 38. it is already 39. 39 will be the low at fairfield, and we will see low 40s in many other inland locations. low to mid40s around a the bay. it is pretty chilly, but cold overnight period. the satellite-radar and composite shows a large ridge of high pressure building in right now. this dry pattern is developing at this moment and it will stay with us for about five or six more days. the jet stream is floiing well to the north. so any weather disturbances will not be moving in our direction. here is a look at the conditions. in the shout bay it will be nice and mild. high temperatures in the upper 60s. look for highs of 67 in santa clara. on the peninsula, similar
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readings. 64 at millbrae and menlo park. 68 in mountain view. and relatively mild on the coast. pacifica with a high of 59 and 62 degrees at half moon bay. downtown san francisco 64 degrees tomorrow. a high of 61 in the sunset district. up in the north bay, we will see mid60s and a very narrow range, 64 to 66 degrees at most locations there. up to 66 at cloverdale and ukiah and santa rosa. 65 in sonoma and calistoga. there east bay highs in the mid60s. not much variation in the high temperature range. 64 berkeley and 66 oakland. union city and castro valley 65 the high at san leandro and newark and fremont. inland east bay will see mid60s from fairfield to concord to dublin and pleasanton and livermore. a little cooler farther east amount of high of 61 in brentwood and 62 in antioch. the monterey bay, the mildest weather 68 in monterey and 70 in santa cruz and 72 in
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salinas and 71 in watsonville and gilroy. here is a look at the accu-weather seven-day forecast. for the next five days we will have nice, mild conditions with the high temperatures in the low 70s around the bay. up to 70 on monday. 70 degrees will be the high in the mildest locations and around the bay on tuesday we will have a few degrees drop off on wednesday and then thursday a bit cooler with a slight chance of light showers. not looking like a major rain storm. just light showers. >> thanks. well the jet man is back. this time he is flying alongside some jets and going almost as fast. it is an incredible sight. we will show you more when the news continues right after this.
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see the movie "twilight" have a seizure? some viewers had con shul shuns watching the film. the men say it is during the childbirth scene. that's where the delivery of bella's baby is accompanied by loud noises and red white and black strobes of light. they say the incident could have been the result of a genetic pre disposition to photo sensitive epilepsy. a swift pilot is taking flights to new heights. he is the first man in the history of aviation to fly
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with a jet propelled wing. look at him there. he flies alongside two jets over the swiss alps. after jumping off a helicopter he then performed acrobatic moves, or aerobatic moves we should say. the latest exploits filled his dream to fly like a bird. it is pretty remarkable. >> i haven't seen him with the jets. th is ridiculous. that's a homemade contraption. >> it is a little scary. >> you need to have high confidence to make that in your garage. the cal bears are in a classic pack 12 shootout in the desert against arizona state. and cj anderson ran wild. sports is s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s
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s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s good evening. the cal bears were in the desert tonight trying to finish the regular season with a victory over arizona state. both defenses basically took the night off. erickson on the hotseat in tempe. they want a new head coach. he ran for 145 yards and cal
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finished with 247 on the browns. 10-7 bears after that touchdown. he ran the option here and 16-yard touchdown and no defenders in sight. 24-14 in the second quarter. asu on fourth and 10. he cornered the end zone and they are down 27-21. asu gets it back and trevor cole and two touchdowns and it is 28-27asu. cj anderson untouched. he scoots in and 34-31. anderson is out of his mind. a look at the big man. 74 yards and his third touchdown of the night. to the fourth and a little defense and finally he intercepts to seal the deal. cal is victorious. they finish 7 and 5 and could be going to the las vegas bowl. lsu hosting arkansas. sec with a great play.
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thomas crushed ford. the ball scooped up by alonzo 47 yards and they are yelling after that. lsu explodes on the punt return. aloha. tigers roll to stay undefeated. number 8 houston and adding to his heisman case. he throws for 457 and five touchdowns. fourth and 10. and keenan with a laser to patrick edwards who had four touchdowns. the cougars roll 48-16 and they are 12 and 0. stanford faces notre dame, and it is andrew luck's final home game. we will have the highlights and the live post game interviews on "lexus after the game" at 8:30. stanford basketball met syracuse. they had the game in their hands, but it is hard to beat anybody when you turn it over 24 times. the former disan -- the former
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stanford knight checking out his alma-matter. bright with the steel and the score. he had 13 points. stanford lead by one at the half. to the second half and josh owens no. anthony brown, yes. then it is bright for three. the cardinal lead by eight. and he couldn't hold the lead. the orange answer with a 10-0 run. joseph who was big down the stretch. here comes one of stanford's 24 turnovers. he gets the call at the other end. 69-63 and it is stanford's first loss of the year. and that was your toyota sports report. >> that is a heartbreaker. to be so close. >> they had the game. >> "nightline" is up next. i'm carolyn johnson. the next newscast is tomorrow morning at 5:00. for larry beil and spencer christian and dan ashley, have a great weekend.
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