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you should come celebrate with us. i'd be honored. plan for your goals with advisors you know and trust. so you can celebrate today and feel confident about tomorrow. chase. so you can. >> live from the kgo broadcast center. this is abc7 news >> good morning everyone. i'm carolyn kyleler. 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. another at the same time good morning, everyone. a very foggy conditions. a file and three quarter visibility out toward the delta. santa rosa crowsa, just a quarter mile. and concord you are in that quarter of a mile pea soup. less than that out toward livermore and now oakland is just at a half-mile. but it's better around mountain view and san jose. the coast is not bad. we have a very weak weather system well up to the north.
it really won't impact us too much. if you live in northern sonoma or napa county you could see a light sprinkle. but as we go through the rest of the day after 11:00, the clouds begin to peel back. we will have still some mid- and high-level clouds, but temperatures in the 60s. clouds focused in the north bay. but still a holiday monday to talk about. we will have that forecast coming up. carolyn. >> lisa. thank you. another demonstration in oakland tonight calling for an end to police violence. it gets underway at 7:00 p.m. at 14th and broadway. it's among the many protests happening this weekend to coincide with the mlk holiday. abc7 new reporter alisa harrington has more on the demonstrators' call for change. >> reporter: a march in east oakland. a civil rights slide show. 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 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. >> until we get justice, there will be no peace. in oakland a group marched from the fruitvale bart station to the eastmont police 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 rallies 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 oshane evans, 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 queers and trans of color. organizers say many other lbgt communities have remained silent on the black lives matter issue, and their goal is to adopt the command as their own. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> earlier yesterday about two dozen demonstrators took over the corner of 24th and mission streets in san francisco in an effort to, as they describe it 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 spoke to the local leaders and the mayor and others at ed roberts campus yesterday
morning. they are demanding an end to policy that is they think unfairly target minorities. >> now is the time of the local representatives, poor people black people 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., dozens marched yesterday to support a sea of blue. the sea of blue march was led by the buys of police officers. organizers say police officers are not thanked enough for the dangers 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
s gathered outside uncle sam's liquor and market where 24-year-old richard petty perez died september 14th. the officer has testified that perez reached for his gun. the lawsuit states he had his arms up and was unarmed at the time of the incident. >> he was not in a position to defend himself 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. >> perez' 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 protect himself. s >> investigators are looking into the cause of a suspicious two-alarm fire at a vallejo home. they arrived at the home last night. names were shooting out the back and smoke was billowing out the front. the flames were knocked down in
about 20 minutes nobody was hurt >> so median bill cosby is bringing his stand-up tour to northern california tonight. not everyone wants to see him on stage. last night a large crowd protested outside. more than 15 women claimed the comedianing drugged and raped him. cosby has a show tonight in turlock in the central valley. while there's strong opposition for him doing his stand-up routine there some people are selling their tickets saying he should not be on the stage at all right now. >> like i didn't think that -- that he probably should lay low until it all comes out and it's all over. >> turlock theater management said anyone who wants to get rid of their tickets, they will help them find buyers. in florida they say they
have captured the teenage modern day bonnie and clyde that included them breaking into homes, stealing checks and cars and other thefts. the two were found asleep in a stolen pickup truck in panama city at a beach early this morning. they have now gun the process of extraditing both back to kentucky to answer for multiple charges. they started their crime spree two weeks ago. they left home after hayes posted onyfacebook the two were engaged. and his mom confronted philips about her age. she is 13, but lied and said she was 19. a mysterious material is affecting hundreds of birds 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.
abc7 reporter 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, goopy gunk that's coating these birds' feathers and taking away 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 seabirds were rushed to the international bird rescue center. it was off hayward, san leandro and almeda. they were swimming in the stuff, which then became embedded in their feathers. 20 birds died of hyperthermia. >> definitely concerned about it, i mean, 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. it's 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 baking koda vinegar and dawn. 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. the hope is the fish and wildlife investigators will have found the cause of the mystery material by then. in fairfield, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> well, our dry january continues. >> that's right. but just the fog this morning that we are concerned about, especially in the east bay valleys where livermore has visibility anywhere from 8 to a quarter mile. here's a view from vollmer peak. it's 48 degrees with the foggy conditions in livermore. 52 in concord. we will have a look at the dry conditions for your martin luther holiday. but we have a warmup to talk about. in fact, record warmth ahead i'll tell you about it when we
>> developing news. icy conditions in pennsylvania this morning are to blame for a massive pileup involving more than two dozen cars. it happened in the area of upper marion township about 20 miles northwest of philly. the pile shut down a major thoroughfare that serves the city's western suburbs. other accidents have also brought parts of interstate 95, which is a major corridor that runs along the east coast. several bridges connecting pennsylvania to new jersey are also shut down due to ice. >> a really bizarre story this morning of pga star robert allen by and his scrubling paradise. he said he was abducted after failing to make the cut in hawaii. we have the latest. >> how did pga golfer robert allenby go from looking like this to this?
he snapped this selfie hours after he believes he was kidnapped from this wine bar in hawaii and woke up battered and bruised in a public park four hours later. this morning the father of two sells abc news, i should be okay, just in a lot of pain. his caddie, nick, said the attack followed a round of drinks with friends friday night after the golfer failed to make the cut at the sony open in honolulu. >> we went to other bar and he said -- . >> he said the next time they saw allenby was after an early morning knock on the door by police. he told australia's associated press, i didn't think i was going to survive this one. his memory of that night is foggy and honolulu police only tell abc news they are investigating this as a second degree robbery.
>> we are investigating it. >> allenby said the next thing he knows a homeless work is waking his up in the park more than six miles from his hotel. he has no credit card, no driver's license and no phone. he was supposed to return to the mainland on saturday. he has a home in florida. but right now he's staying in hawaii to help police with their investigation. we are told they have already looked at surveillance tape from outside that wine bar. rhino wins abc news, los angeles. governor jerry brown and u. c. president janet napolitano will team up in an unusual partnership to review the university's spending patterns.
s brown and napolitano will meet periodically over six months. the reviews come over a standoff or u.c.'s plan to increase tuition by as much as 5% over each of the next five years if the governor doesn't raise his current offer of state money. brown has criticized what he considers are high administrative salaries and inadequate emphasis on online instruction. 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. 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 tot% focus on retail sales rather than than using hawkers. the 64-year-old has sold papers here since 1999. his son eric since 1987. he said they have outlasted
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. yes are saying our farewells to customers and the people who have seen us over the many years. >> the number of neighborhood vendors affected is not known but he said "the chronicle" has stopped all sales except for downtown. s 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 -- recover for decades. but now thanks to a rain it's a marsh with wildlife instead of cattle or construction vehicles. ed the conservationists tell us they are quickly -- they are
amazed how quickly the transformation has taken place. 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 with fees waved include 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. the experts say don't worry just yet. it's still too soon to tell if we are heading our fourth straight year of drought conditions.
but certainly it looks like that way, and so far no rain for this entire month. >> right. last january was the driest january with .06. now this january 0. we have that going on right in the middle of january but it's not over yet. there is a cold front to the north that really won't be providing much in the way of influence for your weather. in fact, it's been sort of dying on the vine. but providing lots of low level moisture, and that has brought us, once again, a very foggy start. as we go in closer and take a look at visibility in miles. fairfield at less than a mile and a half. after that is concord and petaluma. all morning long the fog has really sat in the same spot and gotten worse in livermore and oakland. you can see san carlos now just a mile and a half. and not as bad in san jose but we are look at airport delays. and this isng to hang around for the next couple of hours. so after 11 k. we will begin to
see variable amounts of cloud cover, and that will result in some hazy afternoon sun. so it's 53 in the city, 54 across the bay with mid-50s if san carlos. the dewpoints are higher but we just don't have any mechanism, any front to move it in and really clean things out and mix up the atmosphere. as a result, the clouds stick around in the north bay. 53 santa rosa, 51 napa 50 by the delta. this is where it's been particularly dicey, out toward the sacramento valley. we will look for the numbers to climb slowly today. look at san jose with the 4-mile visibility. the forecast highlights areas of dense fog lifting after 11:00. a chance of showers. i'm talking far northern sonoma and napa counties. if you don't live there, basically the clouds in the north bay and then the filtered sunshine for a partly sunny day east and south. a stronger ridge of high pressure builds in by thursday. we are talking record warmth friday and saturday.
here's the way as it looks through the next couple of hours. notice the green just really dissipates right through 11:00. so there is the cloud cover. and then through the afternoon there's your filtered sunshine. the numbers will be in the 60s around the bay. pretty uneventful once again. and as we go out toward the next week, week and a half, this takes you to wednesday january 28th. still dry conditions out there. so temperatures statewide then looking at mid-60s coastside with mid-70s in los angeles in the warming trend all across the state. highs today ranging from the low 60s downtown with the cloud cover in the city. we will see variable amounts. east bay south mid-60s for san jose. accuweather seven-day forecast, starting out foggy through the holidays tomorrow. a little more sun. and tuesday wednesday thursday, morning fog, afternoon sun, very little temperature change and here comes the warmup with dryer conditions. you can see what's showing up on live doppler 7hd anytime with
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coaster yesterday morning. the ride was supposed to symbolize the emotional and physical ups and downs of the disease. the women got to pet the dolphins, as well. six flags is selling their special pink tickets online. proceeds go to the susan b. komen breast cancer foundation. >> much more ahead. president's plan to increase taxes on the wealthy. what he's about to announce on tuesday's state of the union address. also a grass roots effort to teach an important civil rights lesson. unprecedented way to teach
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at sfo. look at san carlos a mile and a half there with less than a quarter mile out toward livermore. so it's staying with us throughout the next two hours or so. after 11:00 we will begin to see this lift and we will have variable amounts of sunshine. so temperatures with the cloud cover in the upper 40s. it hasn't changed from our inland valleys to 54 in oakland. view from mt. tam. you see the clouds there. look for numbers at 60 degrees in san francisco. a little milder than that around the south bay, mid-670s. oakland should see about 62. the clouds will linger in the north pay. we will talk about the warmup that's in store for the next seven days. that's coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. >> overseas now where more arrests have been made in anti-terror sweeps all over europe. police in greece have busted two suspects and other countries are on high alert this morning. abc news reporter alex has the
latest from brussels. >> from country to country a cross europe this morning the net of potential terrorists growing with fierce of attacks. there's been almost three dozen people detained across europe in the last 72 hours. belgium heat yeah reporting they are looking for a 27-year-old belgium in who was in serious with isis and now possibly in greece. the crackdown coming at security is beefed-up across the continent. france, after the terrorist attack, at its highest alert level. 120,000 police and soldiers in the police. here in belgium heavily armed troops patrolling for the first time in three decades. >> the belgium soldiers have been deployed with machine guns to stay on guard at sensitive sites like embassies.
and officials are fearing it to be a target in the u.k.. >> the threat against police raise today severe, the highest of meaning an attack is highly likely. and in germany extra police at transportation hubs. also under threat the jewish community. >> i think the threat is serious. the lives need to be protected. >> in paris we saw poli evacuate people from a synagogue. >> do you feel the jewish community is being targeted now? >> the question now is how many nor sleeper cells are out there. europe is work with american intelligence and can they track them down before another attack happens? abc news brussels. >> this morning the secret service says gunshots were fired from a vehicle -- let's start over on that story. developing news this morning. the secret service is saying that gunshots were fired from a vehicle near the delaware home of vice president joe biden. they say it happened last night.
the vice president and his wife were not at home at the time. the secret service said the shots were fired from a public road outside the secure perimeter near the home in greenville delaware. president obama is expected to announce some tax changes in this week's state of the union address. the president is seeking an increase in 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 will be announced during tuesday's state of the union address. 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 -- that began in new york city and it is being replicated all across the nation including here in the bay area.
several movie theaters from emeryville daly city, oakland and san francisco are allowing students in free while the tickets last. >> this 14-year-old is going to see "selma." the 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 about 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. the 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 to 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. >> coles 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 their equality. i'm for their lives that matter.
tomorrow is the last day. effort began last week. the demand is expected to outpace the supply, so if you want to donate or if you are a student who wants to see selma, go to our website for the links 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 involvement in the protests of 1965. >> the first black president of the academy's motion pictures, arts and sciences said this year's oscar nominees are inspiring her to push for more diversity. some spoke out after they said 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 sutro cam. the director, jerry, calls that a layer of marshmallow. a really, thick, foggy situation this morning. lisa argen will have your forecast in just 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 clearance sale. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪
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sunnyvale and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back everyone. 9:40 on this sunday morning. thanks for joining us on abc7 sunday morning news. this is a live look from our golden gate bridge cam. you see that thick fog we've been dealing with all morning. you know this would be our driest january. no rain for a month and none in the forecast. what do we have? well lisa will spell it all out in just a few. >> >> the california chrome's drive to riches and glory keeps getting better after he took the top honor at the eclipse awards, winning horse of the year. the winner of last year's kentucky derby and preakness was a finalist with 133 votes last night. he also took home the title of champion male three-year-old. california chrome, who was bred here, is the first california-bred horse to win horse of the year since 2000.
his bid to become the sport's first triple crown winner since 1978 was lost last year in the belmont stakes when he tied for fourth. >> as promised here's lisa. >> it's dreary out there. temperatures upper 40s lower 50s but we have sun in the sierra nevada with temperatures in the mid-40s truckee. 39 at the tahoe really airport. a nice day there, but if you were hoping for snows, 50s for highs today. very little change for much of the work week. but we will talk about it, explain it. there's a weak front to the north. i'll tell you how that will impact the rest of your weekend coming up. >> thank you lisa. also ahead, the splash brothers blast off in houston as the years route the rockets.
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>> good morning, everyone. hope you are doing well on this sunday morning. like a painting, we are bringing you a live look from our east bay cam. we are heading into a warming trend as we start this week. how will your mlk holiday forecast be and beyond? well, lisa argen will be along shortly with a full accuweather forecast. two orphan bear cubs have gotten a clean bill of health and are adjusting well to their temporary home at a lake tahoe rescue center. here's abc7 news anchor dan
ashley with an update. >> reporter: the cubs arrived in late december. they are the last in a string of 15 cubs that made 2014 lake tahoe wildlife center the busiest bear year ever. one of the cubs was found at an indian reservation at the top of a fence. he was lured down with food and then taken to tahoe where he is rooming with another rescue cub. she was found near the town of sawyers. both cubs are just under a year old, and both came in weighing only about half of what they should. >> our job right now is to put some weight on. 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 turned up in the last year.
rescuers speculate it may be the drought or a change in attitude by state fish and 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 15 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 orphaned wildlife. if you would like to help, we have a link at abc7news.com. >> so lisa, the experts say even those cubs may have been searching for water? >> yeah. everyone is impacted by this. and the fog around the bay area locally, it's in the valley but if you head down to the central
coast it's sunny to watsonville and even hayward reporting a little bit of sunshine. but as we look at live doppler 7hd, we aren't picking up any precipitation. i don't think we will be because that front i spoke of is going to wash out to the north of us. from the sutro tower camera, it's very foggy. in fact, it's gotten worse in the past half-hour around the airport. it's still pretty mild. low to mid-50s from san francisco, oakland, and san carlos. over a mile visibility there. so it has also gotten worse for you this midmorning. half moon bay, 59 degrees and the visibility there a couple miles. mt. tam high clouds above. we also have the mid-level clouds. 54 santa rosa, napa 51. 52 concord and you have been stuck at 48 in livermore underneath all of the fog. here's a look at the visibility. pretty much everyone impacted except mountain view and san jose. as we get closer to the noon hour, a little bit of that evaporation. you are probably noticing some
of the mist with your car, maybe some drizzle and that will kind of linger in the air. but we will be looking at some hazy afternoon sun. san jose a little sunnier spot this afternoon. so areas of dense fog for the next couple of hours as we get toward the other side of noon the chance of showers dissipates even more so. we will see the record warm head our way in the until the end of the week. a little change temperature-wise, fog wise into the middle of the week, and then by about thursday, a big ridge of high pressure moves into the area. so here's a look at the next couple of hours where northern sonoma northern napa may see a sprinkle. elsewhere, the fog lifts and you will get a few peeks of sunshine for concord el~cerrito and palo alto and san mateo. san jose looking at mid-60s. notice in livermore temperatures not changing much but toward friday you will climb a few
degrees and saturday and sunday yeah the end of january widespread 70s around the bay. today look for 66 santa clara and sunnyvale. still a little foggy here. san mateo 62 later on this afternoon about 3:00. 63 at menlo park. san francisco, we will call it mostly cloudy and 61. and with 60s at the coast, it will be a gray day there. more clouds in the north bay. maybe a few sprinkles from santa rosa 63. over into the east bay, certainly gray right now with that heavy fog some mist, but then 62 later on in union city. and you head inland we will see more fog and clouds lingering. but mid-60s out toward brentwood. accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow features fog and afternoon sun. tuesday, wednesday and thursday we will keep our temperatures in the 60s. it's still a little above average. and then by the end of the week next weekend the ridge gets even stronger and that brings more warmth and more dry weather. but still early, still january.
it could change on a dime. >> yeah. we will stay hopeful. >> yes. >> thank you lisa. let's check out sports. it's championship sunday this afternoon in the nfl. and the nfc title game, the green bay packers, face the seattle seahawks at century link field. check off 12:05. the afc championship game, the indianapolis colts battle the new england patriots in foxboro. kickoff at 3:40. winners will meet in super bowl 49 in two weeks. last night the warriors continue to look like title contenders, facing the rockets in houston. here's schu. he's got the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, the warriors have one of their toughest back-to-back sets this season. losing to 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.
rocket sluggish coming out. ing clay thompson, the steal, dunk game tied at 31 after a quarter. and in the second, andre, the alley oop. up 6 at the half. dwight howard led the rockets at 23. he goes up and throws it down. warriors pull away in the third. steph curry draws two defenders. three. 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 ° ers in 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. -- or uconn. broadcasting without bill over your shoulder. but keep an eye on randall for the reverse lay-up. anthony brown, 18 points, 9 boards. strong to the hoop.
draws a foul as well. stephon, and the rejection. jason randall, he hits the three. he led stanford. stanford beats the defending national champ 72-59 that's the final. and the ladies. and santa clara hosting usc. came out firing right out of the gate. the first two shots three-point shots and the foul. four point play there. and five field goals from beyond the arc. from way downtown. he had 23. ten 3's 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. homestand for the sharks. hosting calgary. great opportunity to gain ground in the pacific. the calgary flames didn't deter the men in teal, but 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 fast in the second. logan couture scores 12 seconds in. a little chipped tooth in the smile. and little joe, he knocked carlson off his skate and in. s didn't kick it. that's a good goal. 3-2, sharks. flames would tie it later in the period. hudler. and 3-3. we go to overtime. calgary's 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 bi
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>> we have the winning numbers from last nice's power ball draw. nobody picked all six. wednesday night's jackpot soars to $208 million. more than 23,000 runners are wrapping up an intergalactic adventure at the disneyland resort. the inaugural "star wars" half-marathon blasted off at 5:30. the course takes thousands of runners from 17 countries through disneyland, california adventure part, past disneyland and then on to streets of the surrounding areas. you are looking at video from
yesterday's "star wars"-themed 10k event. "star wars" and disney characters are on the resort. disney, by the way, is the parent company of abc7 news. >> let's get a final check of this holiday week weather. >> take your pick. it's pretty foggy anywhere you look on this map with the visibility just a half-mile. same deal in oakland. the north bay is the worst. livermore getting out of that fog bit by bit throughout the day with afternoon high in the mid-60s. 64 palo alto. east and south the lingering chance of a shower around clear lake today. otherwise more clouds in the north bay and foggy morning sunny afternoon. mild afternoon highs. we are getting warmer and dryer through friday and saturday and that could be record warmth. >> not what we need. >> no. >> all right. thank you lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler, along with lisa argen. the news continues now online,
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