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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday january 18th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi carolyn. good morning to you. live doppler 7hd shows a band of showers well to the north around mount shasta, draining in the bay area. we have widespread fog and visibilities have been short, especially the north bay. four miles in oakland, san jose. livermore just a quarter mile visibility. up toward concord 2.5 maulvis and the from the north bay this is where you are looking at the most visibility restrictions, about a half-mile around the bay. even some mist will a--
accompany the drizzle. there could be a slight chance of showers for the the folks in the far north bay. lent of clouds today more sunshine east and south. we will talk about whether or not we are getting more rain in here before the month is out. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. there will be another demonstration in oakland tonight calling for an end to police violence t gets underway at 7:00 p.m. at 14th and broadway. it's among the many protests hang this weekend to coincide with the mlk holiday. alisa harrington has more on the demonstrators' call for change. >> a march in east oakland. a rally in san francisco's castro district. these are just a few of several demonstrations happening in the bay area over the martin luther martin luther king, jr. holiday weekend.
protests against violence involving black men and other minorities. the movement is also to take back mlk's legacy and support nonviolent civil disobedience. in oakland a group marched from the fruitvale bart station to the substation. four were arrested on the way. [chanting] >> among the demonstrators a person whose son was shot and killed when he was 16. she's traveled to value list all over the country, demanding justice. >> new york, chicago, all around oakland, everywhere to spread the word we aren't going to go anywhere and we try to educate people to get off the couch. >> katie williams a sister of a man shot and killed by san francisco police in october. >> i'm going to fight for all. this has to end today. this has to stop.
>> they blocked traffic at 18th and castro. a group called kueers and lives of color. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> earlier yesterday about two demonstrators took over the corner of san francisco street to reclaim the legacy of dr. martin luther king, jr.. it's one of several weekend protests to recognize the work of the slain civil rights leader. another protest is scheduled today at 5:00 at powell and market streets. protesters in berkeley are telling local leaders things need to change. they said to the local mayor and others at ed roberts campus yesterday morning. they are demanding an end to
policy that is they think un fairly target minorities. >> now is the time, to institute policy solutions that are not a mystery to our community. >> i think we can do it. we have a smart council we have a good community and we can think about these things. i think we can come up with some real solutions we can put in place. >> the mayor said he hopes the forum leads to change. in washington, d.c., thousands marched yesterday to support a sea of blue. a sea of police officers. organizers say police officers are not thanked enough for the dannyers they face in the line of duty >> the family of a man shot and killed by a richmond police officer has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. more than a dozen people gathered outside of the market where 24-year-old richard petty
paris died september 14th. officer has testified that perez reached for his gun. the lawsuit states he had his arms up. >> he was not overly aggressive. he was intoxicated and a well-trained police officer should have had not have been overly aggressive, gutting his hands on him and getting into a physical altercation with him. >> his blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit to drive. the richmond police chief said he's confident that litigation will show that the officer made a difficult, but necessary decision to broke himself. a mysterious material is affecting hundreds of burdens in almeda county. 20 have already died after their feathers became coated in this strange sticky substance. and while the state investigates, a nonprofit is trying to save the birds. lisa amin gulezian has more from fairfield.
>> this should also be white and this is what we are looking at. it's kind of crusty, hard. >> it is a gray, goop by gulf of mexico that's coating these birds' feathers and taking aware their protective outer layer. >> once you break that feather coat you have a hole in their down jacket and they get cold and he's guys were wet all over. >> 89 were rushed to the international bird rescue center. they were swimming in the stuff, which then became embedded in their feathers. 20 birds died of hyperthermia. >> this is where my family lives, it's nice to enjoy the water and scenery and it will affect everything. >> rescue officials have never seen anything like it. >> we have received almost 100 birds in less than 24 hours. ice a significant influx and we've called in several emergency staff. we've called our entire volunteer force in to help out. >> it takes two volunteers and 30 minutes to clean each
contaminated bird and they are using basic household products like dawn and vinegar. caring for the contaminated birds is time-consuming. they are stressed, scared and sick. it will take at least a week for them to recover. hope is fish and wildlife investigators will have found the cause of the mystery material by then n fairfield lisa amin gulezian, ay7 news. now that a federal judge overturned california's ban on foie gras, it's back on the menu and some of protesting. a manbarbecue was targeted last night. members of the group "united for animals" protested about the meats in the mission district. they said force freezing ducks
for meat is animal abuse and want to educate the public. >> we are asking that people know where their meat, dairy and eggs come from. >> the foie gras ducks that are used that we sell, are treated humanely and definitely more humanely than other animals out there. >> the restaurant owner said the protesting did not deter his customers. investigators are looking into the cause of a suspicious fire that broke out at a vallejo home, it was two alarm. firefighters arrived around 7:30 last night. flames were shooting out the back at smoke bill load out the front. fire was knocked down in about 20 minutes. no one was hurt. so median bill cosby is bringing his stand-up comedy tour to northern california tonight. not everyone wants to see him on stage. individual row from denver last night shows a large crowd led by
an attorney protesting outside. as you know, more than 15 women have claimed the comedian drugged and raped them. crosby has a sold out show tonight in the central valley. while there's not strong opposition to him doing stand-up, there some people are selling their tickets, sag he should not be on stage right now at all. >> like i didn't think -- i thought he should lay low until it all comes out. and it's all over. >> turlock city management said if anyone wants to get privileged their tickets, they will help find buyers. >>. in florida they say they have captured the modern day bonnie and clyde that went on a crime spree including breaking into trucks and stealing checks and breaking into homes. the 18 and 13-year-olds were
found asleep in other pickup truck in panama beach early this morning. they have gun the process of extraditing them to kentucky to answer for multiple felony charges. the teenagers from kentucky started their crime spree two weeks ago. they left home after hayes posted on facebook the two were engaged and his mom confronted phillips about her age. she lied and said heaves 19. a popular road is open again. it is between sonoma and napa county. the turns are not wide enough for larger vehicle. the driver called the highway patrol and the gps told him to go the with a he did. he did so despite the warning signs. they had to remove the bus and wait for another bus to pick
them up. suppose gpss -- >> they keep you going. plenty moisture outside. 52 in san francisco. you can kind. see the fog over the city. it's not a spare-the-air day today but we are looking at a weak cold front that could provide a few showers. we will talk will how much and the martin luther king holiday coming up. >> thanks. the growing flew crisis across the nation and why so many are getting sick this year. also the sign of the times. san francisco newspaper tradition that's coming to an end with this ring ring!... progresso! it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself
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>> welcome back. 5:13. almost 5:14 on this sunday morning. thanks for waking up so early to join us for the abc7 sunday morning news. here's a live look from the exploratorium cam. you see it is sarodded in fog. no spare the air day today. surprise surprise! what about the rest of the weather? lisa argen will be along shortly with a full accuweather forecast. this morning honolulu police are investigating the alleged robbery and beating of pga golfer robert allen by. it allegedly happened after he went to a bar friday night after missing the putt to continue playing in the tournament this weekend. he said he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed. afterwards he woke up in a park more than six miles away from where he was taken. he said he was found by a bystander who helped him back to
his hotel. the flu is now touching every part of the country. emergency rooms are slammed with 24 states now reporting a high level of flu-related illnesses and along with it a troublings rise in the number of children who have died. here's abc news reporter bosni. >> this flu season is showing no mercy. some hospitals in hard-hit areas are overwhelmed. >> sometimes we have to go and close our hospital doors to ambulances and they have to be redirected. >> a push to protect children. disinfecting rooms shutting down schools in south dakota, oklahoma and massachusetts. the cdc reports another 19 children have died from the flu, bringing the pediatric death toll up to 45. this year's vaccine a disappointing 23% effective on average. the flu can strike anyone. in new jersey 40-year-old
nicole borne an active mother, was taking care of her family when she succumbed to the virus. and a 46-year-old was out grocery shopping one day before he died. >> i want people to know that it does happen and you do have to be careful. >> the flu season is still peeking in some areas with several weeks to go. abc news, washington. >> here in the bay area four people died since flu season began in september. an aspirin a day to prevent heart attacks and strokes could do more harm than good. a new study published said more than one in ten prescribed a preventative aspirin regimen were already at low risk for hard attack or stroke. taking aspirin when not needed could lead to you alsoers and bleeding in the intestines and
brains. a strike has been averted two days after kaiser permanente reached a deal with nurses. it will increase pay by 14% over three years. union members will be voting on the new contract over the next month. governor jerry brown and u. c. president janet napolitano will team up in an unusual partnership it review the university's spending patterns. accord together l.a. times brown and napolitano will meet periodically over six months. the reviews come over a standoff or uc's plan to increase tuition by as much as 5% over each of the next three years if the governor doesn't raise his current offer of state money. brown has criticized what he says are high administrative sal entries inadequate emphasis on online instruction.
a father and son's decades-old business selling copies of the san francisco chronicles in the city's sunset district ends today. "the chronicle" has decided to focus on retail sales rather than using. the 64-year-old has sold papers here since 1999. and they said they have outlasted the dozens of others who have sold in the area until now. >> i'm selling papers with my son on our last saturday here in january, 2015. we are closing out our days. >> the number of neighborhood vendors affected is not known but he said "the chronicle" has stopped all sales except for downtown. tomorrow you can get a firsthand look at how a habitat can be brought back to life. this point in sonoma county was
use ford cattle grazing and nearly became a casino before it was purchased in 2005. conservationists spent $18 million restoring it but weren't expecting it to cover for decades. but now thanks to a rain it's a marsh with wildlife instead of cattle or construction vehicles. they said they are amazed how quickly the transformation has taken hold. new 2.5-mile drive that winds through the marsh will be open tomorrow from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and another great outdoor option for tomorrow's holiday, muir woods national monument. there's no entrance fee at that park or any other national park in honor of martin luther king's birthday. other parks, sequoia national park and yosemite national park. those big storms last month were a welcome site to bay area
residents hoping to see the end of the ongoing drought but the wet december has given way to warmer, dry january. according to our media partner the mercury news, it's been difficult for california business and farmers who depend on the water. experts say not worry just yet. it's still too soon to tell if we are heading our fourth straight year of drought conditions. lisa, this is nothing that you don't that you don't. >> well, more importantly is we are thinking this may be history. last year in january we had .06 and that was the driest on record and we will beat that. that's crazy. that's january, them we have plenty of time to make it up. remember december. so live doppler hd shows rain shower to the north. official sunrise 7:23. sets at 5:18. it may visit parts of the north
bay. that's really our only chance of some rain. but in this early part of the morning hours we are looking at the fog. from our roof camera you can see a little bit of that here. 48 in san jose. most of the fog is from san francisco north and also into the east bay. 52 half moon bay. we are looking at mid-50s san francisco. sfo you can probably count on those delays. numbers are mild. dewpoints are high. plenty of low level moisture. we just can't ring out any of that moisture. we need a mechanism to do that and that would be a cold front. but it's too weak to really manage much. any impact. 48 in livermore. visibility down to a quarter of a mile. here's a look from livermore to the north bay. a half-mile visibility for the most part. as you go through parts of these areas, it gets very, very foggy. and then visibility will increase. i expect this to be the case throughout the next several hours. and then we will see the ceilings lift a bit, but not
everywhere throughout the day. to the south you get the sunshine. a chance of showers north and we will see record warmth by the end of the week. plenty of 70s around the bay. hears the weak front. it is up to the north. a little impulse will swing on through and as it does it may initiate a light shower. clear lake, maybe san rafael. here's wait it looks as we time it out. but through the rest of the morning hours, not much is happening. and not much is being pushed south. in fact the cloud line really up in the north bay extending through the northern i-80 corridor. as we go through the week, temperatures staying flat in the mid-60s by saturday and sunday. we are warming through the 70s in livermore. even oakland. and kind of on the muggy side. slight chance of showers mainly through the early part of the day, low 06ths here. mid-60s and more sun for morgan hill san jose livermore.
a mix of clouds and sun. accuweather seven-day forecast we will see more of that tomorrow after the morning fog. and then by tuesday and wednesday morning fog, afternoon sun. thursday the high builds in and that's when we are looking at more records. not the ones we like though. you can see the weather anytime on our weather app, it's free. we have more information as abc7 news.com/apps. so yeah, i don't know. have to get something going. >> nothing there. >> all right. thank you, lisa. up next, dressed in pink and ready. why a roller coaster ride means so female announcer: when you see this truck, it means another neighbor is going to sleep better tonight. but sleep train's ticket to tempur-pedic event
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>> the pac-12 have joined four other conferences to help college athletes cover the cost of college. yesterday conference officials passed rules to redefine scholarships so they will now cover transportation and some personal expenses. amount may vary school to school so it is unclear how it will affect stanford and cal. another change will require schools in the five power conferences to guarantee four-year scholarships, even in the case of injuries. they will have to follow stricter concussion rules to cover athletes with head injuries. six flags is turning pink. it's trying to help find a cure
for breast cancer. here's riders on the roller coaster yesterday morning. ride was supposed to symbolize the emotional and physical ups and downs of the disease. there are pink tickets sold on line and the proceeds go to the susan b coleman breast cancer foundation. next, what the president is expected to announce in tuesday's state of the union aggression. and a grass roots effort to
>> good morning carolyn. live doppler 7hd does show a little green but it's well to the north from red to go mount shasta and further south around our neighborhood. we are looking at some fog here again. the south bay not doing too bad. things will change at the san carlos airport. 4-mile visibility, as well as fog in san jose. a quarter mile out toward livermore. half-mile in concord, and that seems to be the theme up in the north bay except for petaluma. with the dense fog and low level moisture this morning, temperatures are not too cool. 48 by the delta. 50 san carlos and mountain view. there's a weak weather system to the north and it will bring the clouds and a slight chance of showers up to the north bay. further south not much. the clouds are going to thin out and you will see more sun. slightly milder temperatures. i'll pinpoint the numbers and talk about the holiday when i come back. carolyn. >> thank you. now to an update on the situation in bell investment. for the first time in decades
armed soldiers have taken to the streets as authorities in europe crackdown on potential care or attacks. abc news reporter chuck severson has more. >> hundreds of soldiers in belgium standing guard with machine guns. their mission? to protect the people and preserve their freedoms. >> we are talking about 150 people deployed today, and this will go to the companies. >> they are being deployed for the first time in 30 years in cities including brussels and keeping watch over foreign embassies and institutions, such as the museum. it becomes hours after dozens were arrested across europe, triggered by a thought to kill police officers in belgium. >> also we seek the network behind it. >> britain raised their terror
alert to the highest level yet. and the nypd is gearing up for active shooters. chuck severson, abc news new york. >> officials in paris continue it make anti-terror raise following that deadly previous attacks in france. coming up on "this week" george stephanopoulos speaks one-on-one with rob wainwright, the director of euro poll, and you can watch it right here at 8:00 this morning. happening today, there will be a demonstration in san francisco protesting against what activists called political oppression in russia. the activists will say they will march to denounce the criminalization of free speech in russia. you are looking at videos from previous protests.
they are also protesting against putin's war on ukraine. it gets underway at 2:00 at the civic center >> president obama is expected to announce some tax changes in this week's state of the union address. the president is seeking to increase taxes on the wealthiest americans by raising the capital gains rate and eliminating a tax break on inheritances. he then wants to use the revenue to fund new tax credits and other cost saving measures for the middle class. the proposals are to be announced during tuesday's state of the union address. could the third time be a charm for mitt romney? he said he would never run for president again but at the gop's annual winter meeting in south carolina yesterday the former massachusetts governor told the crowd he's giving serious consideration to a 2016 run. other possible contenders for the republicans including rememberer florida governor jeb bush new jersey governor chris
christie, and kentucky senator rand paul. >> i want to see how the other forces get out of the gate before running too quickly to one camp or the other. >> you might remember ronald reagan lost twice before becoming president in 1980. one of the movies nominated for an oscar this year is the civil rights drama "selma." and there's a campaign to allow teenagers to see it for free. it's a grass roots efforts in new york city and it's going all over the nation, including here in the bay area. daly city oakland and san francisco are allowing students in free while the tickets last. >> this 14-year-old is going to see selma. drama about the 1965 civil rights march led by dr. martin luther king from selma to montgomery alabama to demand
black voting rights. >> i think if people know with their past, that they will be more into their future as well. because we want to make the world better, not worse. >> she will watch that movie for free simply by presenting her student i. d. at selected bay area movie theaters. idea began with a group of african-american business leaders in new york who almost overnight raised $256,000 to buy tickets for 27,000 students there. word of those businessmen said it makes young people witness toss history they only read about. >> this movie gives a representation. it puts living people and words and actions and images to what was pivotal in the development of the voting rights act of this country. >> he believes with the conversation about race once again front and center in the wake of protests like those over
the shooting death of unarmed teenager michael brown the movie selma comes at a pivotal moment. black leaders in the bay area have quickly raised more than $150,000 and counting so seventh, eighth and ninth graders can attend through the mlk holiday on monday. >> the movie is all about like how do you live together and how you make peace. >> san francisco mayor ed lee plans to take a group of ninth graders to the movie on monday. >> for them to see me there with them i think is a strong indication that i'm for civil rights, as well. i'm for equality. i'm for their lives that matter. this effort began last week. and the demand is expected to outweigh supply. if you you want to donate to this effort or if you are a student who wants to go see selma, go to our website, abc7 news, for the lynx and the information. oprah winfrey and stars of
the movie selma will march today in alabama to honor the birthday of martin luther king, jr.. paramount picture says the march will also include selma's director and the actor who portrays dr. king in the movie. the event will commemorate his civil rights leadership and his development in the protests of 1965. those demonstrations are the subject of the film. as we said before, it's among the nominees for best picture at the academy awards. the president of the academy of motion pictures, arts and sciences said this your's oscar nominees are inspiring her to push for more diversity. some spoke out after they tied 20 are white, no women in the directing or writing category. she said outreach to women and artists of color has been the focus of the academy for the past two years. and mark your calendar for
oscar sunday. the big award show is february 22nd right here on abc7 your oscar station. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, another pair of orphan bear cubs find a home at lake tahoe. it's been a very busy year there. and here is a live look from our golden gate camera. it's been a very foggy weekend there. socked in with fog just as it were this time last week. it will lift, and then what? lisa argen has the answers in her full, accuweather female announcer: get beautyrest, posturepedic even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. and through monday, get 3 years interest-free financing on selected models. don't miss sleep train's year end
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>> a story keeps on getting better. he took the honor at the eclipse award winner of the year. winner of last year's kentucky derby and final lift was is had 3 votes. also took home the champion male three-year-old. he's the first california bred horse to win horse of the year since 2000. his bid to become the first triple crown winner since 1968 was foiled in the belmont stakes when he tied for fourth. lisa argen is here now with a preview of the accuweather forecast. >> certainly another foggy start. we have a cold front that's well
far to the north. it should help mix out some of the fog later on in the morning. for right now there are areas of dense fog. emeryville about 50 degrees. we will talk about milder wide and record warmth headed our way. i'll tell you when when we return. >> thank you. also ahead the splash brothers splash off in houston as the warriors route the rockets. ♪ ♪all day and all of the night - the kinks♪
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details coming up in her accuweather forecast. two orphan bear clubs have gotten a clean bill of hill and adjusting well to their temporary home at a lake tahoe rescue center. ears abc7 news anchor dan ashley with an update. >> the cubs arrived in late december. it was a string of 15 cubs that made 2014 lake tahoe wildlife center the busiest year ever. one was found at an indian reservation at the top of a fence. he was lured down with food and then taken to tahoe works he is rooming with another rescue cub. she was found near the town. sawyers. both cubs are just under a-year-old and both came in weighing in only about half of what they should a veterinarian examined the cubs, and pronounced them skinny, but healthy. one weighs 25 pounds, the other
32. >> we want to get them up to at least 50 or 60 pounds and then fish and wildlife will determine when and if and where they are going to be released. >> no one knows what happened to the cubs' mothers or why so many orphan cubs have turn up in the last year. rescuers speculate it may be the drought or a change in attitude about state wildlife officials about rescuing cubs. >> the bottom line is they are out there they need help and we are there to help them. >> the cubs will stay in a rescue center until they are healthy and mature enough to survive on their own. five of the cubs rescued last year have already been released back to the wild. dan ashley abc7 news. lake tahoe wildlife care is the only place in northern california with a license to care for the wild bear cubs. volunteers are raising money for a new larger facility so they can help more cubs and other injured oregon fanned wildlife. if you would like to help, we have a link at abc7news.com.
cutie pies, those bears. here's lisa argen, a cutie pie herself, with the accuweather forecast. >> well, i wish i could bring some better weather. we are stuck in this pattern. but a holiday is a holiday, so we enjoy that nonetheless. we are looking at a weak cold front to the north that will have very little impact on the bay area. sending very light showers around redding and mount shasta. it is 7:23, the official sunrise. it will take several hours to burn through the deck of overcast. and it will really only do that in oakland and san francisco. we will see some hazy sun at points south. talk about the haze, here's the roof camera. 55 downtown. san carlos, 50 and about four mile visibility. morgan hill 48 and on the coast it is 52 degrees. sfo right now reporting some clouds. visibility not too bad.
but probably some delays stacking up here. 53 in the north bay with about a half-mile through napa and petaluma. less than that around the delta. and as you head out into the sacramento valley, a better chance of showers north of i-80 and this, the visibility anywhere from a quarter to a half-mile. oakland has the reduced visibility of three miles. on the coast not too bad. we don't have a lot of win. we have a lot of low level moiso not much is going on in terms. cleaning out the atmosphere. although it is not a spare-the-air day today. here's a look at our highlights. areas of dense fog and a slight chance of a shower from the system that will be sliding to the south. you will see whatting impact it has on us in just a mommy. and then perhaps some record warmth by thursday friday and into next weekend will temperatures will be well into the 70s. so between now and then a couple weak systems trying to make an impact. but even in northern california and the mountains just trace
amount of shower activity. that was the satellite and radar picture. the front well to the north. the tail end of it will swing well up into sonoma county. 7:00 you see around ukiah, sonoma and into santa rosa. a few light sprinkles. otherwise you have clouds through marin napa. and partly cloudy conditions around the east bay and south bay. it will take through the afternoon, though. long-range outlook continues to show the dry pattern right on through january 28th. yes, perhaps january going down in the record books with no rain at all. now last year was a record with .06 for january, 2014. 53 in tahoe today. snow level 7,000 feet. 74 los angeles. mid-60s on the coast and low 60s for san mateo and oakland and mid-60s san san francisco. the holiday tomorrow a little more sun, but still starting out with some fog. it really doesn't change for the middle of the week.
but eventually we will get in the stronger ridge of high pressure that will dry up the atmosphere and bring the warmer temperatures and perhaps some records. yikes, remember don't shoot the messenger. >> that's right. we won't. no rain possibly in january and then doesn't the rainy season -- well february. >> yeah. and we've had some rainy marches. >> thank you lisa. let's check out sports. it's championship sunday this afternoon in the nfl. i won't see my better half for the rest of the day. in the nfc title game the green bay packers face the seattle seahawks at century link field. kick off at 12:05. and the afc championship game, the colts battle the new england patriots in foxboro. kick off at 3:40. the winners will meet in super bowl in two weeks. last night the warriors
continued to look like title contenders, facing the rockets in houston. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well the warriors have one of their toughest back-to-back sets this season. the thunder friday night and the rockets in houston last night. they made sure there would be though back-to-back losses. and here just 12 points. clay come son, the steal dunk and in the second, andre, the alley oop. dwight howard led the rockets at 23. he goes up and throws it down. warriors in the third. stephsteph curry draws two defenders. clay come son with the klee. clay with 27. david lee provided 18 points, 8 boards. and 25 minutes off the bench. steph also had 27. a little stop and pop triple. golden state 9 of 22 from three-point land. also one of the best pass necessary the game. fourth quarter seth seals it.
goes no-look behind the back for the dunk. are you kidding me? warriors win again, crushing the rockets 131-106. they are now 31-6. stanford and utah. broadcasting without bill over your shoulder. but keep an eye on randall for the reverse lay-up. 18 points, 9 boards. strong to the hoop. draws a foul as well. and the rejection. jason randall, he hits the three. stanford beats the defending national champ 72-59 that's correct final. and santa clara hosting usc. came out firing right out of the gate. the first two shots three-point speakers the foul. four point play there. and five field goals from beyond the arc. he had 23. ten 3s for santa clara. led by 11 at the half. and santa clara have lost five
of their last six. game two of the seven-game. the sharks great opportunity to gain ground. they couldn't hold on in overtime. and the sharks were not ready. 50 seconds in, the one-timer and antti niemi never saw it. calgary up 2-0 after a period. sharks start back from the second. logan couture scores 12 seconds in. a little chipped too in the smile. and little joe he knocked carlson off his skate and in. didn't check it. good goal. flames would tie it later in the period. hudler. and 3-3. we go to overtime. giordano back in. stopped, but sean monahan is there for the rebound. game over. sharks get a point. they fall 4-3 in overtime.
tigers and seahawks and colts and patriots today. we will have all of that for you tonight at 5:00. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> next, the power of the force meets the magic of disney. the big race happening right now at the disneyland nature valley crunchy granola bars give you energy from 1/3 of your daily whole grains. so 1/3 of this commercial is dedicated to what you could do with all that energy.
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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday january 18th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. there is shower activity well up into northern california and eye the fog that we are worried about this morning. it is dense in pockets. starting in the south bay where things are a little bit better in terms of visibility. four miles is the worst from the airport to mountain view. five miles