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east bay hills. but we will talk about even more warming, feeling like spring and temperatures well above normal through the middle of the week. and rain? yes, it's february, we need to talk about t we will check in and see if that's heading our way as well. that's coming up. carolyn. >> see you in a bit. thank you, lisa. developing news in the hunt for the former los angeles police officer accused of three killings. new video of christopher dorner has surfaced. the lapd may be using a new tactic to find him and there could be a connection to tonight's grammy awards. kira klapper joins us live from the newsroom with all the late-breaking developments. good morning, kira. >> good morning. abc news has learned the los angeles police department is beefing up the number of officers guarding the grammy awards at the staples center. that's because he named many celebrities and musicians in his online manifesto. meanwhile the search enters its fourth day with big clues
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emerging. the latest piece. evidence is this surveillance from an auto parts store. it shows him throwing a magazine in and weapons belt in a dumpster. police confirm they found weapons inside this truck, his burned out truck, which turned up thursday near big bear lake. overnight the lapd announced what could be a new tactic, hoping to finally stop in week-long reign of terror. the police chief is reopening the 2007 case that got christopher dorner fired from the department for allegedly lying. i'm not doing this to appease him. i'm doing this so that the community has faith in what the police department does. i'm going to make a rigorous inspection to either validate or refute his claim. we will make that inspection
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public. abc news also learn this a man claiming to be dorner taunted former police captain randall kwan after he allegedly killed kwan's daughter. kwan, of course, is a cop-turned-lawyer who represented cornerner his legal fight against the lapd. according to a federal warrant, told kwan he should have done a better job protecting his daughter. in the meantime the lapd is still protecting more than 50 officers and their family who dorner threatened in that manifesto. in the newsroom, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> a lot of new information. thank you there. is new information about the man arrested on friday for trying to blow up a bank of america bran inch oakland.
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27-year-old mathieu l is charged with attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. abc7 news reporter sergio has more. >> police first took mathieu into custody at his father's san jose home. his father called for help. >> he was held in what was called a 51-50 hold. in other words, there were problems he was a danger to himself or somebody else. >> at the time his father also told police about the ak-47 he had along with three high-capacity magazines. once in the court stempniak they said the extent of his mental health issues became clear. >> the court was really concerned that he was at least bipolar and possibly schizophrenic, and that he had a history of delusional thinking, of fantasies. >> according to the fbi criminal complaint, he connected with their undercover operative shortly after being released from the santa clara county jail. as part of the planning for the bank of america bomb plot, he writes he laughed and hugged the
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scrubbed cover athas he decided where their bomb-ladened s.u.v. would be parked in order to maximize the damage. the man believed he was working with the taliban operative, but he wondered how much his mental health issues factor into the plot. >> concern that a mentally ill person might have been led into something by a government agency that maybe a person who did not suffer from these issues would not have been led into. >> and for as many mental issues that he had, he said the good news is that it appears that he did respond well to medication and treatment. so he said it's unfortunate his client is now facing federal charges. abc7 news. >> new overnight, san francisco police are investigating a fatal shooting. officer arrived to fine a man with a begun shot wound at hayes and webster streets just after 2:00 this morning. he was pronounce dead a short time later. no suspect information is
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available. the highway patrol is investigating a fatal accident that tied up traffic for several hours in the east bay. it happened on westbound i-80 in richmond near carlson boulevard just after 1:00 p.m. yesterday. the chp said a s.u.v. hit the center divide and rolled several times. a 23-year-old hayward man behind the wheel was killed. his 28-year-old passenger was injured. traffic was backed up for miles as officers investigated the accident. all lanes were reopened after about three hours. the woman killed on her bike in front of at&t park yesterday morning has been identified by san francisco police. 48-year-old diane sullivan of san francisco was involved in a collision with a cement truck traveling west on king street across from the ballpark. police say the truck driver is cooperating with the investigation. it does not appear drugs or alcohol were involved.
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berkeley police are dealing with an alarming spike in the number of rapes reported last year. 39 sexual assaults reported in 2012, the most in the last five years. it's also a 95% increase over 2011 when 20 cases were reported. police say the majority of the attacks involve students at u.c. berkeley, not on campus, but at parties in the surrounding neighborhoods where an estimated 35,000 students live. >> definitely disturbing that i personally cannot feel safe in this community all the time. and that is a very realistic threat. >> historically, of course, these type of things are underreported so we may be tapping into a little bit of that previously unreported issue. and police are saying a campus programming encouraging friends of victims to report attacks could be one cause for the increased number of cases. there's a demand for peace in oakland. yesterday several groups,
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including the art of living foundation, gathered to discuss solutions to violence that can also help the community heel. abc7 news reporter has the story. >> at champ nation boxing gym in east oakland, the fists were flying. this amatuer boxing event drew a large crowd but the gym's owner just wants one thing, to make oakland a saver place by giving young people a focus. >> i would like to see us, see lot of youngsters come into the gym. hopefully we can fill the gym up with a lot of young people. >> and not far away at frick middle school. >> we aren't going to fault the issues in our community if we aren't working together. >> more than 100 people also gathered to find solutions to the growing crime problem in oakland. they called is a solution salon. here teachers, parents and
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students opened up about their concerns. >> i'm tired of seeing kids go to jail. >> violence has reached a fever pitch in the united states. >> last year there were 131 homicides in oakland. so far this year there have been eight. this alter had photos of just a few who have lost their lives recently, including kiante campbell. the volunteer basketball coach was shot and killed february 1st. >> he was very inspiring to the children and he made us all happy. >> some here suggested meditation and conflict resolution classes while others had a broader approach. >> you can teach a whole freshman class or whole school how to manage their mind and manage their stress and deal with their trauma in a healthy way. >> the next step is this group will gather all the suggestions and put them in one e-mail and they will meet next month to talk about it. in oakland, abc7 news. new this morning a police consultant hired to help turn around oakland's crime problem will speak this afternoon at a
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public meeting. robert wassermann, chairman of the strategic policy partnership, will speak at the first of several meetings. the agenda formerly called for the police chief to lead the discussion, but protesters have strongly objected to his stop-and-frisk tactics used in those cities, saying the practice leads to racial profiling do they they have decided to keep him out of the spotlight. today's meeting take place in the performing arts center at holy name university from 3:00 to 5:00 this afternoon. also new this morning fremont residents may see or hear helicopters around auto mall park parkway this afternoon at emergency crews get trained for a natural disaster. fire and police and hundreds of military personnel will be involved. it's a six hour drill called operation rolling chaos.
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it will be held at unitech education in fremont from 8:00 this morning to 2:00 this morning. the simulation involves a dozen cars, buses, ambulances and three helicopters. nearly 500 military personnel will practice coordinating rescues with police and fire departments in a simulated flood scenario. coming up, back to court. we will tell you why former giants slugger barry bonds will be back in federal court this week. and after months of problems, the boeing dreamliner is put to
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>> home run king barry bonds returns to federal court this week. on wednesday the ninth u.s. circuit court of appeals sitting in arizona will hear arguments in bonds' bid to overturn his felony obstruction of justice conviction. our media partner, the contra costa times, reports bonds must convince two member of a three-judge panel that he was convicted simply for giving a rambling answer that had nothing to do with the steroids probe he was facing. the prosecutors will argue bonds gave intentionally false, misleading or evasive answers to a grand jury when he testified back in 2003 about his use of performance-enhancing drugs. a growing list of hot issues in washington will be addressed by two powerhouse round tables this morning on abc's "this week." the final preps for president obama's state of the union
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address on tuesday, the growing drone drama, and plus the buzz over potential presidential contender chris christie's waistline. don't miss "this week" this morning at 8:00 right here on abc7. well, the giants start spring training on tuesday. yesterday a capacity crowd filled at&t park for the giants annual fan fest yesterday. [cheers and applause] >> more than 42,000 people showed up. the world series champs met with the fans, they signed autographs for them. there was also a chance to go behind the scenes to places like the giants clubhouse, which are normally off-limits to the public. again, the giants start their spring training in arizona on tuesday. it's kind of been feeling like arizona weather here. you know, i mean dry. >> that's right. so dry this morning that we have over a half a dozen neighborhoods with temperatures
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below freezing this morning. so as we look out from our east bay camera out over the bay, concord, livermore, out by the delta and up in the north bay, you are at or below freezing. 40s downtown. we will talk about how warm it will get today. yes, that spring-like feel to the air, that's all ahead in the seven-day outlook. >> thank you, ms. argen. also next, bill murray entertaining fans with his wing and his antics. mike shumann has the third-round highlights of the
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>> what they are dealing with on the east coast is of historic nature. here we are just roll along, a lot of fun. >> that's right. temperatures will increase along the eastern seaboard in the days ahead. snow will be gone. we are looking at warmer temperatures here where numbers will be well above average. but this morning, boy, is it cold out there. we are talking about a beautiful start to the day, though, despite the freezing temperatures. 7:05 is the official sunrise, setting at 5:44. that's ten hours and 39 minutes of daylight. still the cold, mortgagerly flow is gripping the bay area and that's allowing for the colder dewpoint. the lower dewpoints, i should say, and the lower temperatures.
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into the upper 20s this morning. good morning as we check out live doppler 7hd. it is nice and clear. we will be looking at more of the same in the days ahead. if you are hoping for any rain or snow, it's not going to happen this week. in fact, we are going in the other direction. 31 right now in santa rosa. much colder in the north bay. a rough 2 degrees in napa. down to 28 last hour. 31 livermore and 33 in concord. some patchy frost from our north and east bay valleys and getting close around fremont and redwood city in the mid-30s here with 34 on the coast. looking at 44 san francisco. 33 in watsonville and certainly as cold as it was yesterday in gilroy at 29 degrees. 34 in salinas. so yesterday it was quite cold in our south and east bay. this morning with the lack of wind it's even colder in the north bay. look at the delta. 15 degrees colder. but we will get some offshore wind tonight and that will bring perhaps our temperatures up a little bit in our valleys.
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so it's a frosty start in parts of the bay. sunny today with increasing northeast winds and a gradual warming trend, taking us through the upcoming work week. in fact that includes valentine's day. by next weekend still dry and we are getting toward the president's day holiday, but we will see a cooler air mass. that's what we have right now is this trough of low pressure lingers in southern california. that's allowing for the northerly flow and high pressure sits offshore. so as the high in the neck couple of days continues to build into the west coast, that will allow for some warming and, in fact, temperatures coming up to above normal readings by thursday. we could see numbers near 70 here along the central coast. upper 50s and cooler for fresno and big sur. we will be at about 59 today in fremont this afternoon. 61 in san jose with 60 in palo alto. and down by the monterey bay a pleasant 60 in santa cruz with
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pebble beach coming in in the mid-50s. the accuweather seven-day forecast featuring the slowly warming temperatures as we start the upcoming work week. then we will get into about 4 degrees warming from tuesday, wednesday and thursday each and every day. then we will cool it off for next weekend. that's that big holiday weekend which features another dry weekend. >> wow. all right. thank you, lisa. coming up at 7:00 right after our newscast is good morning america. dan harris is joining us live now to tell us what is coming up. dan, how are you? >> hey, carolyn, it's always tough for me to hear your weather forecast giving what we are living through in this part of the country. the
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story and that's many up on gma on this sunday morning. >> wow, hats off to those leads for sure. >> agree, agree. notice they didn't invite me or rock. >> i was going to say where were you? >> they didn't invite us.
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>> you coffin sighted yourself there, dan, i'm sure. >> yes, but i'm too lazy for that. >> you said it, not me, bud. all right. we will see you at 7:00. i know you are not lazy. >> a little bit. just a little bit. >> okay. we are going to check out our sports this morning. the final round of the at&t pebble beach national pro am begins on the monterey peninsula. here's mike shumann to tell us which celebrities and pros made the cut in this morning's sports. good morning. let's tee it up at pebble beach. third round of the at&t national pro-am. the amateurs try to make the cut while the pros are trying to keep focus through six-hour rounds. phill mickelson had a rough day. slips on 18. he's okay. but 11 shots back after a triple bogey. bill mauer ray channeling david acres. here's david barton with the hole. for the second straight year murray will not play on sunday, but he goes down fighting. knocks down a long birdie putt on ten.
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and like all actors, gives some love to the camera. a closeup. i could have done without that. and last year's champ, brandt snedeker, finished second. trying to break through the wished look at this approach on eight. de. 6 feet. the great one, wayne gretzky, playing part of this weekend and justin johnson is dating gross -- he is dating gretzky's daughter. he makes the long birdie put. and snedeker again. shot 4-under 68. sixth in landing number nine. he will tap it in for another birdie. some of these celebrities know how to play. check out actor andy garcia. shot on the par-317. gets a nice bounce. look at this. it rolls to the cup. are you kidding me? three inches short. i'll give him that putt. 49 head coach jim harbaugh still competing despite losing in the super bowl. 30-footer, nails it. he's going to play today. tied for 8.
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4 back of amateur leader tony romo. the leaderboard, brandt snedeker and rookie james hahn tied at 12-under. hahn at 66. everyone plays pebble today as we look for the 2013 champion. the warriors all of a sudden can't win on the road. host by dallas, ending a four-game trip and they lose all four. defense seems to be optional. this is their fourth game in five nights and it got ugly. one highlights to show you. jefferson, only five points. but this jam was nice. o. j. mayo catches golden state napping. goes between defenders, lays it in. he had 19 on the night. david lee, three of the warriors 15 turnovers. shawn marion obliges. 2 of his 26. warriors trail by 26 at the half. mavericks just having fun in the second half, nice passing to mayo for the finish. golden state shot 38% from the field them drop all four games on the road trip. 116-91, the final. sharks hosting the coyotes.
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final game before their six-game road trip. this game was all about the goalies. antti niemi, 41 saves. golf saves on torres. 33 saves rock justin braun in the third. game went to shootout. schmid continued to shine, stopping james sheppard. fourth shutout of the year for smith and niemi gave up two goals. sharks lose their fourth straight 1-0 in a shootout. >> final round at pebble beach tonight at five o'clock. have a great day. >> coming up, the effects of the huge blizzard in the northeast that dumped large amounts of snow from new jersey to maine. >> i'm nannette miranda in sacramento. there are a package of gun control bills. control bills. ten measures are a top tell me you love me.
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tell me i'm beautiful. tell me we'll grow old together. in sickness and in health. tell me that ihe one. that you need me. that i'm your super hero! tell me you'll never let me go. tell me you miss me. that's all i need. [ female announcer ] for everything they need to hear this valentine's day, there's a hallmark card. >> this morning the alameda county sheriff's office is asking for your help in finding a 73-year-old hayward man who wandered away from his home yesterday afternoon. a silver alert has been issued
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for robert berg, described as 5'2", 136 pounds. mr. berg suffers from early onset dementia. he was last seen walking from his home on the 600 block of hampton road wearing a faded black sweatshirt and an orange hat. this weekend's hurricane force nor'easter has now moved out to sea after causing five deaths and leaving behind a swath of destruction. abc's marcie gonzalez rode out the storm in boston. >> mountains of snow block streets and homes. hundreds of thousands are still without power. the messy aftermath of the howling storm that swept through the northeast. the massive storm impacted more than 40 million people. >> does it look like a hurricane eye? it certainly does, as this storm pulls away from the coastline. the central pressure is low enough to be kind of similar to
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a category 1 hurricane. >> the monster nor'easter carried with it hurricane force winds, up to 80 miles an hour, whipping up tides, bringing the ocean lapping against houses. damage and rescues in coastal communities as the snow, more than three feet in some areas, wreaked havoc in other parts of the northeast. >> never, ever. they can pay me as much as i want and i will never do it again. >> roads still closed. many flights still grounded. a frustrating day for some, a heartbreaking day for others. the storm being blamed for at least five deaths, including a twelve-year-old in boston, overcome by carbon monoxide fumes as their father tried to dig their car out of the snow. >> i'm assuming he got cold and father told him to sit in the car and the next thing you know the father is saying he's not breathing, he's not breathing. >> mass transit is still shutdown.
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marcie gonzalez, abc news, boston. >> air travel is struggling to get back on track this morning. that storm caused thousands of flight cancellations nationwide this weekend. at sfo 23 flights were cancelled at sfo yesterday. most arriving flights from the northeast. there were no delays out of oakland or san jose. to check on the status of your flight anytime, you can use our flight tracker on a test flight of the 787 dreamliner has proven to be uneventful. the faa allowed yesterday's tests so boeing could check the in-flight performance of the aircraft's lithium ion batteries. those batteries have been at the center of several issues, including the fire which led the faa to ground the entire dreamliner fleet >> gun violence is at the top of the list for some california lawmakers who want this state to have the toughest gun laws in the country. capital correspondent nannette
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miranda has more from sacramento. [gunshots] 50 shots fired in a span of 30 seconds. the police chief of one of california's violent cities says he needs help getting guns off his streets. >> i live a mile away from that intersection. so i can tell you firsthand this is a quality of life issue. >> to help local cities, senate democrats unveiled a package of ten bills that will be top priority this session, needing only a majority vote. in recent weeks they have talked up requiring a permit to purchase ammunition and seizing weapons from people who aren't supposed to have them. but they also now want to ban detachable magazines completely, change the definition of an illegal shotgun to include the new technology of a shotgun-rifle combination and require all guns to be registered with the state, closing current gaps. >> we need to lead the way. new york has stepped up and stepped forward.
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california needs to answer the call. >> a lot of these bills are infringements of the second amendment. >> but gun owners say the proposals wouldn't is stopped massacres like sandy hook had they been enacted. >> you know what would stop those killers and somebody who would be lawful carrying with with a a ccw, a concealed carry weapons permit. >> many see the proposal as a step in the right direction. >> it is so awful to lose your child and to lose them in this way that many of us know we have to work on sparing other parents of going through that. >> the assembly has been busy, too, with more gun control bills. latest measures requires gun owners to buy liability insurance. in sacramento, nannette miranda, abc7 news. a report commissioned by the family of late penn state head coach joe paterno is due to be released.
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his widow, sue paterno, said he was a moral, disciplined man, the family's review said paterno didn't attempt to hide any information. former fbi director loui fries' report of last year accused him of coming up the sex abuse scandal involving his former assistant coach. sandusky was extended to 30 to 6 to years in prison on convictions of 45 criminal counts. katie couric is going to be an exclusive interview with sue paterno that airs tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. on "katie" only on abc7. san francisco taxpayers could end upholding the bag for millions of dollars to put on america's cup six months from now. according to "the chronicle," fundraising efforts to cover an estimated $34 million in police, cleanup and transportation costs are falling far short.
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so far just $14 million have been raised, which could saddle taxpayers with paying the remaining $20 million. the event was originally supposed to bring in $200 million to the city. but it has been downsized from 12 international teams to just three, and that has dried up corporate sponsorship of the event. coming up, the grammy awards are tonight and a bay area teacher has been nominated again. what is behind his inspiration was a teacher and a musician. take a live look from our damage cam. no rain in sight. the sun beginning to rise. lisa argen will have
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>> the grammy awards are tonight and a teacher at city college ever san francisco has been nominated. it's not his first time either. this is greg landow's sixth nomination. he said his inspiration to include cultural music comes from teaching latin american studies. abc reporter lyanne melendez has his story. >> greg is a city college teacher who is drawn to the music of veracruz in mexico.
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>> it comes from a spanish rhythm. >> it means a party. 6-8 rhythm. ♪ >> some of the african elements, some of the hybrid elements, mixing spanish, african indigenous music styles. note ♪ he produced the cd formed by the group. it was good enough to earn him a grammy nomination in the category of best mexican regional music. it's his sixth nomination. >> none of my productions have won, but we feel it's an honor to be nominated, especially since all of it is independent production with virtually no budget. >> he says there are other rewards. he uses his knowledge of music to teach students about the history, culture and art of latin america. he points out all of those elements are embedded in this mural by a mexican artist at city college. >> and the music is a reflection of that.
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a way of honoring ancestors and tradition. the same way this mural looks at the fusion and the way these cultures come together. >> this weekend he heads to hollywood, hoping his sixth grammy nomination is the charm. ♪ at city college of san francisco, leeann melendez, abc7 news. don't forget this year's oscars are just two weeks away. abc7 is the only place to watch. you can start getting ready for the big event with our official oscars app. check out the my pics feature to keep track of your favorites. it's available for the i-phone, ipad, android and kindle fire. our meteorologist lisa argen is here now with a preview of the accuweather forecast. >> well, it is certainly frosty out there. colder this morning than yesterday morning. in fact, we are looking at temperatures below freezing.
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the north is east bay valleys just in the upper 30s to mid-30s along the coast. we are talking a little warmer today and feeling more like spring. i'll explain next. >> sounds good. thank you, lisa. also ahead, caring tore orphan bears. the northern california couple helping
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>> welcome back, everyone. >> it's 6:46 on this sunday, february 10ing. it's the happy new year, year of
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the snake according to the lunar new year. this is a live look from our roof cam, showing you some of the embarcadero. it's going to be a nice way to get the new year started. can want no rain. lisa argen will be along shortly with a full accuweather forecast. >> winter is usually a slow time for a wildlife rescue center at lake tahoe, but this year is different. this year is different. the center has more orphan black bear cubs than ever before. the good news is they are all healthy and will be returned to the wild. abc7 news anchor dan ashley gives as you look at what it takes to give a baby bear a second chance at life. >> you may remember these little guys. we showed them to you last summer when they were confiscated in nevada county, taken from a man who was trying to sell them. this little cub was found near alpine meadows ski resort. her mother was illegally killed by hunters using dogs. >> she was hungry, she was cold. she had been hit by a car at
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that time and was slightly limping. >> in the wild these bear cubs would die without their mothers. instead they ended up here at lake tahoe wildlife care. this is also cheryl's home. they take care of all kinds of animals, but right now they have their hands full with bears. the center gets an average of four cubs a year, but on this day there are ten. seven are hibernating, snuggled in these buildings in the backyard. live cameras show them snoozing peacefully. >> which is good. >> the other three cubs are very much awake in this cage and it's almost feeding time. first cheryl cleans up the floor. the cubs peek down from the platform at the top of the cage. >> bears are more afraid of us than we are of him. they have a fear of humans naturally. we want to keep that fear. >> the cubs stay up on the platform as long as people are around. >> they came in at 11, 12 and 20 pounds. if we put them into hibernation it probably would have killed them because they are not big enough.
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>> now they are twice that size but still too small to >> now they are twice that size hibernate. this is the only certified bear rehabilitation facility in california. that requires a lot of know-how and cages lined with chain link because bears are good climbers. >> they use both their teeth and their claws. they are just -- they are remarkable. >> cubs are brought here from all over the state. the most famous patient was 'lil smoky, whose paws were burned in a forest fire. they get help from a team of volunteers, including a veterinarian. they have cared for 53 cubs since the year 2000. >> it's good. >> when the cubs are not hibernating they go through huge buckets of fruits and vegetables, carefully prepared every day. >> the ten bears, it costs us $800 a week to feed them. you can't feed them garbage. you have to feed them the proper food. >> the food is scattered on the cage floor. then live cameras in the office show the cubs coming down to eat.
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>> they are gaining weight perfect so they can be released probably in april. >> in california it is illegal to shoot a mother bear who has cubs, and starting january 1st a new state law made it illegal to use dogs to hunt bears. animal lovers hope that will mean fewer mother bears shot by mistake and fewer cubs left at orphans. >> dan reminds us of the lake tahoe wild care and the bear league are nonprofits. they rely completely on private donations. so if you would like to help he with have links at click on "see it on tv." and you are saying today in lake tahoe the weather is frigid? >> yes, temperatures just above freezing. right now 7 degrees at the tahoe valley airport. we are looking at numbers this afternoon right around average here in the bay area. the official sunrise getting close, 7:05 setting at 5:44. that brings us to ten hours and
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thirty-nine minutes of day light. here's a view from mt. tam. this is beautiful looking out over the bay. clear sky. the win are absent and so we are looking at several neighborhoods with very, very cold temperatures. live doppler 7hd. no clouds to speak of. we are looking at our sweep on top of mount saint helinow and also the national weather service. their radar down around monterey bay and temperatures ranging from about 30 degrees in napa, 31 livermore and santa rosa with 33 concord, as well as los gatos. 34 on the coast. half moon bay. 37 in oakland with 35 for our friends around hayward and fremont, as well as santa cruz. numbers very cold in gilroy, once again at 29 degrees. you were cold yesterday in the south bay and east bay. this morning the north bay has really dropped off. 24 hours ago you were much warmer and this morning you are 15 degrees colder by the delta. 3 degrees colder in san francisco. so probably feeling the chill
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this morning. areas of frost around the bay will be sunny. northeast winds are going to pick up and as high pressure continues to build on, in the upcoming work week featuring not only dry conditions. sunny skies, warming conditions with numbers well above normal by the middle of the week. even into the weekend as we begin to cool. still looks like a dry system will cool our temperatures. so with tropical low pressure to the south of us, we are looking at a strong northerly flow, allowing for the frigid morning and high pressure sits offshore. as it wins to build into the eastern pacific, we will get into more of a northeasterly wind and the offshore flow will bring gusty winds to the higher elevations of the north and eat bay. that will aid a little bit in our temperatures. it will mix things up, bringing warmer air from the upper levels down to the surface, and with high pressure in control we get the down-sloping winds throughout the work week and that brings warmer air to
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everyone the next several days. they picked up new no in the sierra. still a few lingering showers down around the desert in san diego. 63 sacramento, and 62 chico. back home we still have cool 50s. in fact 50s along the coast with 57 half moon bay. san francisco up a couple degrees. oakland yesterday with 60 today. how about 62? 61 in san jose and down by the monterey bay we will look for upper 50s to about 51 in salinas. pebble beach, very sunny conditions with a light sweater and temperatures in the mid-50s. another glorious day down there. here's the look ahead. slow warming as we start off the work week and then with continued sunshine and building high pressure, blocking all incoming weather systems. we are into the mid-60s wednesday, upper 60s for -- i was going to say thanksgiving. >> quite a difference. >> yeah. the numbers cooling back. we had a lot of rain on thanksgiving, remember?
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and christmas. so certainly we are in our dry spell and that doesn't look like it's going to change. >> no turkey, just the flowers. >> yeah. >> valentine's day is just a few days away. we will show you a different way some people are celebrating today in the south bay.
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no one got all six numbers. wednesday's jackpot is estimated at $21 million. new this morning, valentine's day is thursday, but what is now a pre-valentine's day tradition is being held in the south bay today. the annual feathers of fury pillow fight is being held at noon in san jose. the organizer's website says it will be in front of the museum of art at the so-called circle of trees. each weekend before valentine's day a flash mob goes at it somewhere in the bay area. the huge pillow fight creates quite a mess, so if you plan to take part today, organizers say please bring trash bags to help clean up afterwards. >> i don't quite get the pillow fight thing but then i'm not a 20-something. >> i like the trash bag, though. clean it up. >> yes, please. >> we are starting out frosty with temperatures in the 20s to the lower 30s in the
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valley. 58 downtown later today. a northeast wind will pick up in the high elevations of the north and east bay. 58 in hollister with 60 santa cruz. starting out a little cool and we are going to go with that again tomorrow. but we will warm up throughout the middle of the week and we will be above normal by wednesday and thursday. even friday still holding on to the warmth with cooler temperatures next weekend. no rain through next weekend. >> going to get kind of desperate there. >> you are right. >> all right. that will do it for us. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. you asked for it. now the abc7 news exclusive alarm clock app is available for your android or tap let and the kindle fire. download it now for free from the amazon app store and on google play. it's also still available if you it's also still available if you ♪ ooh baby, looks like you need a little help there ♪
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