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pulled to safety rescued and pulled from the trench at 2:07 a.m. he spent 13 hours down there in the terrorism. the friends identified him at 41-year-old rogelio esparza of hayward. he described as being buried alabor. the co-workers were grateful when they saw him pulled to safety. >> we are very happy. we are happy for you guys. [ inaudible ] thank you, everyone. >> this happened in east oakland on east 23rd street. he was trying to replace and attach a sewer service line from a home to a main sewage pipe and the freeway collapsed -- the trench collapsed. cruise were worried about the circumstance place because of the treasure and worried of the temperatures dropping with an i.v. with medical crews monitoring him throughout the night. now they have him here at the
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hospital are they plan to check him out but it looks like he will be okay. >> what an ordeal. >> more breaking news from the persian gulf. iran released ten navy sames at 10:00 a.m. our time after the two boats drived into iranian waters. the san diego based crew is on a navy ship in international waters getting medical checks. the sales include nine men and a woman were captured while having problems with their navigation system between kuwait and bahrain. >> around here, you will hit wet roads this morning, something we should be getting used to because rain is in the forecast. period. for weeks. alyssa? how is it going? >> good morning, reggie. we are getting a break from the rain. it is dry. here is a look at traffic along 880 moving smoothly. but it is still wet if lane of traffic, there is standing
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water. it is slippy. keep that in mind. you may want to go slower and stay safe. here is video from early this morning at 2:30 going cross the golden gate bridge on 101 southbound. you can see windshield wipers are on, with heavy rain drops. it was very windy. drivers could actually feel the wind pushing around their car. you can see they go through the robin williams tunnel and that is how it locked early. with the rains overnight very hard. people could family that if you were on the roads and maybe rain woke you up. it is doing down. when you first mentioned me i said it was dry but now it is sprinkles. the conditions are changing out here. you want to grab your jacket and stay safe open roads. >> we will check back with you. developing news, raider nation is cautiously optimistic this morning after the nfl rejected a
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bid to move the raiders to los angeles. it is now over yet. team owners gave the programs the green light to return to los angeles. they will lay at the coliseum until 2019 and then move to a new stadium in inglewood. the chargers get a year to decide if they want to join the rams. if they declean the raider could still go to los angeles. the owner told fans they are getting a ride. >> this is not a win but i am happy for stan and the rams going to inglewood. we will see where the raider nation ends up. we will work well hard to find us a home. that is what we have looking for so for our fans don't feel bad. well get it right. >> the nfl is offering $100 million to help the raiders pay for a new stadium in oakland. but davis said that is well short of what is needed. >> some fans were ready to abandon them if they were abandoned but now it is "game
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on," but the lease has expired fares remain hopeful the raiders will actually stay in oakland. >> egg is beyond us. it is not just about fans, but it is money, politics and whatever. >> if they left there would be a lot of up many customers. they have done it once. if they do it again, that is your fan base. >> coliseum authority chairman said that he will do the best to keep the raiders in 9 east bay. the nfl decision does not only affect the raiders but oakland. that team holy spirt for a baseball only stadium at current coliseum is on hold and the owner said they will explore options with oakland and alameda county. >> here is hoping tonight could be the lucky night with the latest surge in tickets, powerball is at $1.5 president. you can get it will be even
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larger when it is held tonight. cash value is around $930 million. the odds of matching all six are 1 in 292 million. that is why there has been no powerball since november. those odds mean nothing to the people standing if line. they are dreaming big. so is the owner of the mid-center market in daly city month said business is grape. >> group are steady. steady. people are getting tickets early and we are looking arrested to having more customers come through. >> if you want to see the powerball numbers the instant they are picked down load our abc7 news app and enable push alerts. >> santa clara county sheriff deputy is accuse much d.u.i. and showing his gun at a jack and the box. he was mad the order was taking so long. police afterred lee on sunday. he was in plainclotheses and off duty and a witness said he started yelling at employees and a cashier said he saw lee's gun.
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>> the cashier thought he was being robbed. >> mr. lee has a good reputation and is a hard worker and is respected by his peers. he is on leave and is scheduled to be in court march 10. >> we told you last month of a child's bones found in a planter box outside of an apartment building in san francisco at alamo square. investigators we have learn found adult bones, as well, and a neighbor discovered the bones if late november. the area was sealed and called in anthropologist to help. the relative results found the bones likely do belong to two people, police hope they get a hit from d.n.a. >> it will be uploaded to database and we will try to match and see if there are missing opinion, homicides, or anything like that for a match. >> if the bones are from someone whose d.n.a. is not in the database the everyones may forever be a mystery.
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>> san mateo police want to you look at these photos and hope someone will recognize this masked map who robbed a liquor store. it is hard to deal. the weapon was pointed at the clerk near east third avenue. the holdup happened december 6 at 1:40 in the morning. police say the clerk handed over $300. the masked robber got away in a hyundai or similar car. >> pg&e is in the hotseat again over the deadly pipeline explosion in san bruno. prosecutors are building a case for a criminal trial in march. at the center of the trial, is flawed record-keeping linked to the blast. according to surveillance camera surveillance camera pg&e management ordered employee to destroy documents. she claims she found records detailing previous problems with the san bruno pipeline inside a dumpster. the prosecutors plan to put her on the stand and seek as much as $500 million in damages. pg&e is denying any criminal
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wrongdoing. >> we are planning for our morning. should we leave early? late? what do you think? >> just don't go. >> we got per myths from mike. >> work from home. why not? >> kidding aside we h orinda moderate-to-heavy rain falling. this is head to the northeast. it will survey mostly over the east bay hills but could clip lafayette and pleasant hill and concord and up to martinez and toward antioch. as we head through the next threw hours you can see when the line pushes through, just scattered showers for the prosecute of the the morning commute is the earlier you leave, the harder it will be because you are hitting the puddles like i did, for an extra ten minutes to get to work and had to slow down. the winds are gusty at sfo at 36. we have 20 in oakland and santa rosa at 23 andism is young. everyone else is in double deaths and a white knuckling.
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at the golden gate bridge sue said she had to hang on because she got blown around. temperatures today are in the mid-to-upper 50s at five or 15 degree cooler than yesterday and we have the rain headed to walnut creek light now in the next three days, more rain. i will tell you about it coming up. >> it is very windy and we have two official wind advisories one for richmond-san rafael bridge and one nor the bay bridge and it was windy coming across the golden gate bridge and you have to hang on, it is gusting with no official advisory so give yourself plenty of time it will tick a few extra minutes to get here. this is 87 in san jose, known for standing water and flooding. we have man areas of standing water out there right now. a bunch of accidents, solo spinouts primarily in san francisco northbound 280 near the 101 split with an overturned big-rig in santa rosa and well update that in a few minutes. >> president obama delivered the
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people are dead after a bombing outside a polio vaccination center. no word on whether polio vaccination workers are dead but we know 13 police officers are. militants have opposed polio vaccine since the united states officials used the program to help in the hunt for osama laden. no one has claimed responsibility. >> a grand hello for the big goodbye president obama rallied supporters and took on critics during the final "state of the union" address. we are in washington, now, with the details. >> the president of the united states! [ applause ] >> this was it. president obama's last "state of the union" address before congress and the nation. acknowledging the 2016 election and the horse race in the early primary states. >> for this final one, i will try to make it a little shorter. [ applause ]
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i know some of you are ready to get back do iowa. >> presidential hopefuls marco rubio and bernie sanders in the chamber. donald trump was not invited but going straight to twitter to down the speech. without mentioning republican candidates by name, the president took them on. >> how can we make our politics reflect what is best in us and not what is worst? >> he made a plea for unity. >> i hope we can work together this career on bipartisan priorities like criminal justice refinish. >> republicans challenge the president starting with the g.o.p. response from south carolina governor nikki haley >> the president's record has often falling far short of his soaring words. take a look at this young boy, the teen are put him to sleep he was seen snoozing in the arms of his dog would could be on the verge of a nap. what can you do?
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very sweet. all the star of the show. >> i would never sleep during the forecast of meteorologist mike nicco. >> and he maybes it interesting. i am riveted. >> we have rain this morning, right? >> definitely have interesting weather and wet weather is here is a look at our storm impact scale. if you are confident joining we appreciate that. from "1" light to "5" severe, here is what to expect, downgraded today because the waste part of it is over and it is a "1" so showers and agrees will taper, and possibly .1" to .25" of rain, with gusts from 20 to 30 miles per hour. that will stay with us as will the chance of rain. wednesday through next tuesday...we have a chance rain. the timing of it and how heavy it will be. we will talk about what is go on in san jose, 2ity at 17, a light hours, breezes remain, dry and cooler and calmer, tonight, but
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tomorrow it is easier commute and the wet pattern returns tomorrow through next week. orinda back to piedmont we can see some of the areas that are getting wet weather right now, possibly heavier and bonding on happy valley road and in piedmont at park boulevard up to highway thin, let me put this in motion you can see there is still more developing offshore and that will be with us through the morning commute. when at 7:00, can you see the better chance across the north bay, spreading south by noon, and watch how it disappears through the 5:00 hour and this could be a few scattered shower as we head along the coast in the higher elevations of the coast during the evening hours and by 7:00 tomorrow morning it is again so here is my seven-day forecast: it is tomorrow evening, we will get a chance of rain, friday evening we get a caps rain. saturday could be a wash out, and sunday is our pert day for outdoor activity. sue?
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>> right now, richmond-san rafael bridge has a wind advisory and expect windy conditions this morning. you can see the wet roads not a bad drive if you travel from hayward to foster city, the friend on our traffic map means that rain is failing or roads are affected by rain and that is what is happening out there and we had a spin out blocking the ramp from northbound 238 to castro valley boulevard and that is in one of the lanes there and in santa rosa, it and not on the freeway, it is at todd road where a big-rig flipped over. there is a lost debris in the lanes and they will close the todd road overcrossing from 101 to clean this up. that is where you are headed, try to avoid that area between todd road and moreland >> apple's footprint in the bay area will get bigger and the planning commission of san jose will discuss part of people
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campus in north san jose at more than 4 million square feet larger than the space shift campus in this video here. construction is underway already for the campus focusing on 86 acres near highway 101 across from mineta san jose international airport. >> would be uber drivers who fail a background check are getting a second chance. who i don't be behind the wheel the next time you grab a ride? >> ever been on a packed flight and wish you could swap seats with someone senate answer could be in your smartphone in tech bytes >> the selfie drone will follow users around while filming them at fast as 25 miles per hour and it has 60,000 pre-orders clocking $34 million. it will ship the drones this summer starting at $800. >> amazon has a new offer for those who cannot wait to have the latest video games. prime will get 20 percent off
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pre-orders games and those orders in the first did woos of our lease prime member cost $99 a year. >> the first dog has, if instant stars, with the white house launching the focus of the adorable pets, sunny and bo. >> they are cute. >> they are cute. what is not to li this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today.
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>> crazy situations for us to channel our inner ninja. the man seen executing a remarkable move to stop a car thief. >> he jump through a window feet first. he gets inside. he scares off the would be thief. this surveillance video was shot at a gas station in northern australia. do not mess with the obvious. they will get fin.on you. >> you take uber, and you wonder who is behind the wheel but the company is relaxing screening rules for drivers in california. if they fail the background check you get a second chance if you get your felony convictions reduced to misdemeanors or wiped under prop 47 uber will reconsider the applications. prop 47 changes crimes from felony to misdemeanors. it expires next year. uber said this is an opportunity to help people rebuild their lives. >> investigation wagon c.e.o. and ahead of the epa will meet
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highest level talks since the german automaker admitted they used software to evade emissions requirements in half 500,000 vehicles in our country. the justice department is seeking $48 billion in damage. california regulators have rejected volkswagen's proposed recall connected to the scandal. officials say the rail doesn't have enough details on how to fix the problem and does not dress how the changes would impact emissions and safety. >> doctors are seeing a rise in serious knee injuries among young girls. according to orthopedist they are tearing the a-c-l at younger and younger aims, which provides stability to the me and enjoys are usually more common in adults than pro athletes. a surgeon is treating an eight-year-old girl. the doctor said it could be we tied to children being involved in competitive sports at young are aim. >> next challenge for spacex
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is then re-try to land a rocket upright on a drone ship in the ocean. spacex pulled off successful vertical landing of the falcon in december. that was after three failed attempts. landing upright is crucial to cutting the cost of space travel because they can then be resuesed. sunday they will launch a rocket along the california cost carrying a satellite that will be put into orbit. well watch. >> mike, we will check but, you are our star this morning. >> wish it was shining. yes. the look at the activity planner if you head out and walking the dog it is wet, it will being soy, so gardening is not good, running is going to be breezy after the wet weather tapers. here is a look at how far south of fresno the wet weather is, mid-to-upper 60s more sunshine across southern california and a winter with the advisory until midnight and up to 1' of snow
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possible and up to, down to 5,000' on the when slope. now we have mainly dry day on friday and sunday so traveling is good then. sue? >> high wind advisory for the bay bridge and we are looking at a backup between the toll plaza and i looked at the drive time, golden gate bridge to san francisco is loaf minutes. hang on tight because the winds are gusty. we have a ton of solo spinouts, standing water, flooding is an issue, and northbound 280, the slow lane was a vehicle spun out and another vehicle came and hit and it that is the case most of the morning, take it easy with the standing water out there, and the friend on the map means that there are wet roads and rainy conditions. we will check the north bay commute in a few minutes. >> we have beautiful video to show you spectacular sight off the los angeles, the gray whales during the annual migration heading south, many of the mamas are seen between monterey and
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san diego and they will return north, of course, in the spring. >> if you live in san francisco, airbnb may start quietly nagging you to register your unit with the city. airbnb promised to send e-mails twice a month to hosts would is not reported their rentals to the city. san francisco requires airbnb hosts to register and limit rentals to 90 days a year. a measure was defeated that with further restrict the private rentals. >> if you have been crammed into the pig seat on a flight and wish you could swap your seat with someone else, this is an app, that is supposed to allow passengers to offer up their prime seats. this is like an exchange for passengers. of course it comes with a price tag. the hope is that other passengers will be looking at this app and you can switch seats.
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it will be useful to those who do not mind sitting next to a crying baby or a window seat. >> the first lead stole the show at president obama's final state of the union speech. her wool crepe dress friended on social media and caused a rush to niemann's website and now it is sold out at $628 but that color, it was designed by rodriguez who was worn by the first lady in 2008 and 2009 congressional address. >> huge hit. >> gorgeous. but our producer said he wanted more embellishment. more bling. >> he is a fashion guru. >> wanted: great ideas to getting around oakland. >> drunk driving arrest results from brutality claims against sonoma county sheriff deputy and what it is costing the city to settle.
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> 5:00 a.m. and live doppler hd is showing the story. the bay area is weighing up to a wet morning and sue hall told us we are franking seven or eight spinout crashes. we are not done. but the stormy weather continues. >> we checked with mike nicco and you are saying it is going to rain from now until... >> noah builds the arc. >> every day. we


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