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mountainous area. officials say that they can't fly to the crash site because weather is so bad right now. but they are on their way by ground transportation. and of those that survived, three players, one journalist and two crew members. i'll track in details that come in. anyone that knows brazil knows that this willl be considered a national tragedy. back to you. new questions this morning about the muni hack that disabled more than 2,000 computer systems over the week end. >> the question, how far back did the hack really go and was the attack ongoing? amy hol le field is in san francisco. >> reporter: now new evidence that there may have been a compromise for to two weeks. a software engineer says he sawed the message you hacked on november 13th.
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the engineer told the paper he's a software developer, he immediately recognized it as an attack. and sfm tc fchlsft at spokesper that it's not true, that the attack started late friday. writers aren't sure what to think about the attack. >> scary. because what if you're on the train and they decide to shut the trains town in the middle of the tube? >> as long as they don't take it from my debit card or credit card, it's all right. >> a muni spokesperson says that service and safety was not impacted and that customer information was not breached. the fbi and homeland security have been contacted about the attack. the attacker demanded a ransom, but muni will not pay it. amy hollyfield, abc 7. and a triple shooting in a straubtd parking lot left a man dead. if happened at the texas road house at the union landing shopping center around 9:00 last
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night. two other men were taken to the hospital. one is in serious condition. the other is in critical. police say they arrested three suspects about a block away. they recovered a gun and other evidence from the suspect's car. >> the suspect vehicle that was stopped had at least three okay pa occupants in it. wire n at this point no ongoing threat to the public. >> a lot of people were at that shopping center at the time of the shooting. but fortunately none of them was hurt. developing news in castro valley. the search is on for the gunman who shot and killed a 37-year-old man. the shooting happened near castro valley high school around 6:00 last night. authorities say the victim is a well respected union construction worker. they're trying to find out why someone would want to kill him. this morning we're hearing for the first time from the husband of sherri papini, the woman found alive three weeks after being kidnapped. and boy was she in bad shape.
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the 34-year-old was found safe thanksgiving morning. this morning her husband keith released a statement to "good morning america" describing the moment he first saw her in the hospital. he says her face was covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings, the bridge of her nose broken. her body of 87 pounds was covered in multicolored bruises, severe burns, red rashes and chain markings. papini went on to say that his wife's long blond hair had been chopped off and that she had been branded. he thanked investigators and volunteers and asked for privacy. we'll have more on the story in the next half hour and we have posted the full statement on developing news out of antioch. county health officials trying to determine what is behind the illness that killed three people and sent fiv others to the hospital. they all ate the thanksgiving meal served at the american legion recall on west 6 and e
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streets. katie uhe tis has pop more. >> every other friday, they give bags of food out. >> reporter: the shirley jones praises the work done to feed people at the american legion hall, an annual free thanksgiving meal fed some 835 people thursday. >> about the fact that they got sick this particular day when they have been doing it for years. >> reporter: by saturday, sutter delta medical center had admitted eight patients reporting nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. three people died, four were treated and released, nand one remains hospitalized. >> from our experience, it's usually something that is foodborne. >> reporter: health services is investigating. >> all of the patients are associated with the same living facility, so it's unclear if the illness is related to the thanksgiving day event or to their living situation. >> reporter: the county contacted state agents who oversee group homes.
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golden hills church hosted this event, but did not return our calls for comment. others vouch for cleanliness of the meal. >> when we spoke with them about the food safety techniques they used, they all sounded very the appropriate. >> reporter: it may be weeks before lab results come in. in the east bay, katie uhe tis, abc 7. and you can be alerted when news breaks where you live, just download the free app and enable push alerts. happening now, a fast moving wildfire is forcing evacuations intennessee's great smoky mountains. this is not far from the dollywood theme park. more than 100 homes have burned in gatlinburg as crews battle high winds, flames, smoke and ash. schools in the area are closed today. classes are resuming at ohio state this morning as the fbi investigates the motive behind the attack. 18-year-old abdul razak ali
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artan was a somali immigrant and student at ohio state. police say that he ran down students in his car yesterday and then jumped out and started stabbing people with a butcher knife. according to law enforcement officials, artan posted facebook, quote, i can't take it anymore. just three minutes before the first call for help. 11 people were injured, but police say without a campus police officer's act of heroism, if could have been a lot worse. >> our office was on scene in less than a minute and he ended the situation in less than a minute. he engaged the suspect and eliminated the threat. >> investigators believe the suspect who died after being shot by an officer also posted on facebook saying, quote, if you want us muslims to stop carrying lone wolf attacks, then make peace. one of san francisco's top high schools is making headlines this morning and not for its academics. according to the examiner, there have been reports ever racially chged hate graffiti at lowell high school. it was found in bathrooms, bull
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tip boa continue boards apclassroom desks. staff had planned to send a letter telling them to show respect for their peers. and a letter threatening genocide against muslims. the handwritten letter to the islamic cultural center of fresno praises donald trump and goes on to say, quote, will do to muslims what hitler to jews. mosques in stockton, long beacha letters. it's signed by quote the americans for a better way about that mosque leaders want more police protection. the trump transition, now meeting with mitt romney again today despite controversy over all this. romney remain as contender for secretary of state. five days ago, kellyanne conway tweet that had she's receiving backlash from trump loyalists warning against picking romney. the two met ten days ago. mr. trump said he was very impressed after meeting with another secretary of state candidate yesterday, former
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military commander david petraeus. petraeus resigned after mishandling classified information as cia chief. let's talk temperatures specifically here in san francisco, look at these 42,izely cool spots followed by ocean beach at 44. west portal and glenn park at 47. 49 in castro and the mission. and if you're heading through the financial district, about 53 degrees. easily the waerms spot around because right now, petaluma, 43. daily city, 47. santa clara, 43. dress for 40s in palo alto and union city and upper 30s in poli poli pleasanton and walnut creek. we'll be 58 at 1:30, we'll be 59 to 61 today. mid to upper 50s tomorrow. and then upper 50s to low 60s. so we'll take a little bit of a dip tomorrow because we have a small chance of rain in the
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forecast. i'll show that you coming up next. and a couple new issues to talk about here. first one, golden gate bridge southbound 101, we're hearing that a semi possibly did not make it through the toll booth. i believe lane four is blocked. i good see a caltrans looking to blblock off that lan. and a potential fatal collision involving a pedestrian near monterey road and sente represent road. we have a crew on the way. next update in less than ten minutes. and a community comes together in support of a police officer who was violently attacked. coming up, the good news for him ame and his family. and a heads up for uber users. why it says it needs to track you even when you're not in one of its cars. of its cars. and you can keep
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apartment complex on san jose drive near highway 4 yesterday morning. flames burned apartments and damaged two others. officer robby chon is recovering from head injuries after being hit with a skateboard last week. and katie marzullo extend att d attended a vigil. >> reporter: police closed the street to make room for the more than 200 people who came to support officer robby chon. >> just a really good hearted person. always smiling. >> reporter: cards were brought for everyone to be signed. she met officer chon through the citizens academy. >> they're family. and they made us feel like family. >> reporter: officer cho this. was responding to a man causing a disturbance on grand avenue afternoon 2:30 thanksgiving day. the man hit officer chon on the head with a skateboard and knocked him unconscious.
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the 28-year-old was arrested. officer chon is a husband and father, his sister spoke at the vigil. >> i want to assure my nephews that everything will be okay. >> reporter: chon has a long and difficult recovery ahead, but police family and fellow officers are hopeful after learning he gave his doctors a thumbs up. >> i think we should all give a thumbs up to officer chon. >> reporter: jackie speer was among those who thanked the community for coming together. >> seems like such a big city when you drive around it, but we really are a hometown feeling. >> reporter: and also south san francisco has lit up its city hall this blue in honor of officer chon. in south san francisco, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. san francisco today supervisors scheduled to vote on whether to allow ghost bikes to remain. the painted white are placed at
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memorials at sites where bike riders have been killed. right now the policy is to remove them after two week. families of victims feel that is disrespectful as does many in the biking community. the resolution asks for a one year moratorium. the woman paralyzed employ the waste by a falling tree limb in a san francisco park is now suing the city for neglect against. the 36-year-old suffered a broken skull and severed spinal cord. the lawsuit claims that the tree that lost the limb was negligencely pruned. her husband says the family is struggling to pay bills. uber is now tracking your latest location even after you get out of your ride. the san francisco based company says it wants to access your location for the moment you request a ride to five minutes after you get out of the car a. they say this him proimprove pi
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and dropoffs an enhance saefety. you can turn off your location settings, but you'd have to manually type in your pickup address every time. and a flight had to dump fuel before making a safe landing at sfo. witnesses say flames shol s sho one of the four engines just moments after it took off for tokyo yesterday. sky 7 was above sfo when flight 837 returned about three hours later. no p oone was hurt. now that we've spent billions on black friday and then cyber monday, it is time for giving tuesday. >> that movement first started in 2012 in response to all the spending that happens after thanksgiving. accordinged to giving, they raised more than $116 million last year. it's not just about giving money, though. you can sign up to volunteer if you want or of course you can donate. we have a link to organizations near you at >> what a great idea.
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now mike has a check of weather. great idea would be grab something warmer this morning. here is a look from our exploratory camera. you can see the stars over san francisco this morning. and the wind, it's making it a little cooler than it feels in some areas. but also keeping the fog away. not seeing any reports of fog right now. wind 19 to nearly 28 miles per hour up on mt. tam. a little breezy this morning. those will taper this afternoon under a bright and blue sky. stray shower tomorrow and a warm weekend and significantly cooler next week possible. upper fifth 50s to low 60s is our spread today. tonight, upper 30s inland, and low to upper 40s around the bay. and the accuweather 7 day forecast, chance of a stray shower tomorrow. what it will really do is take more of a look at temperatures that will be dropping tomorrow in to the upper 50s to low 60s. and then as we get into thursday, it will be cool again
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in the morning and then the afternoon hours and then we'll hit the mid-60s saturday and sunday before possibly mid-50s for highs next week. and i actually have good news here for the problem that we had right around sfo. we had rollover crash, single vehicle collision about an hour and a half ago just before millbrae avenue. that cleared. pretty quickly moving on that pickup there for a crash like that. sounds like one person was transported where soith some in. and a crash with a monterey and seven tnter road. mark keller is on the way to the scene. and a semi had trouble getting through the golden gate toll plaza. i'll talk about that coming up. and breaking news from south korea, the country's president said she will resign about if that is what parliament wants. embattled president park addressed the nation after weeks
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of protest by hundreds of thousands calling for her resignation. she said she will leave it up to the national assembly to decide her fate and take a look at those protests, they were massive. she says though that she will be stepping down before she's impeached. park came under fire after a long time friend was charged with extorting millions from a south korea company and she was named a suspect for possibly helping. park has been in office three years and her term ends in february 2018. a lot of people are late with a credit card payment every once in a while. next, why it's a habit you'll want to break. and unique take on the sinking millennium tower from space. plus an american hero remembered thanks to the good wr will of a bay area woman. but first the "techbytes." nordstrom was among several websites that couldn't keep up with the traffic. and there were reports of banana
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republic, gap and old navy also going up to. sites were back up within a few minutes. and a new report about the next generation iphone. apple could release a smartphone where with a curveded screen next year. the report says apple is testing several prototypes. and it's about to become safer to post a negative review. >> a bill protecting the rights of unhappy customers now awaiting president obama's signature. supporters say the law is needed to protect freedom of speech so that customers don't get sued by that customers don't get sued by companies that received a can fill you with wonder. other. where a walk down main street,
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and the smile of a mouse can spark joy. where magic is spread with every touch, and always leaves you wanting even more. so make the time... to take your time because one day just isn't enough. here, there is magic for days. where teams compete to make the right decisions about safe food preparations. our challenge in this round -- read and follow package cooking instructions, and use a food thermometer. let's see how our teams are doing so far -- team 1? we just got 100 points. we separated our raw food from our cooked food. team 2? we got a 100-point green card for proper hand washing before our meal prep.
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referee: we've reached a critical safety point in the challenge. okay, team 1, let's check this out. uh-oh, not a safe internal temperature for those hamburgers. that puts everyone at high risk for food-borne illness. you get a red card -- undercooked. always read and follow the package cooking instructions and use a food thermometer. let's see how our winning team cooked it safe and avoided problems. well, i just kept focus on the four food safety steps -- clean, separate, cook, and chill. and we followed the package cooking instructions and took the temperature. can you cook it safe?
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rains raising hopes for a wet year. water officials say we still have a long way to go. the rains have done wonders for the bay area especially the east bay. livermore has a seasonal rainfall that is 148% of normal. reservoirs could still use a lot of help. several are still only 40% of normal capacity. shasta is to go better with 64%. european space agency has released imaging that show san francisco'sto go better with 64. european space agency has released imaging that show san francisco's millennium tower sinking. if you look, the image shows red dots, those represent the tilt. the satellite data show that is the tower sunk 1.6 to 1.8 inches
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over a recent one year period. two homeowners and the city have filed lawsuits claiming the developer knew that the building was sinking. the oakland zoo will hold a meeting with neighbors about the plans for expansion. the zoo is taking steps to expand facilities into park. it would have a california trail theme. superior court judge has already ruled against challenges from environmentalists. >> if you're in san francisco tonight, legends and local group the doob ie brothers are puttin on a concert. they started in san jose in 1970 and of course they went on to have a historic career. they're playing tonight before the 80oot white fir tree lights up. the event benefits the all-stars helping kids organization. it kicks off at 5:00 a.m. at 555
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california street. let's talk more about the rainfall surplus. san jose about half an inch more than we should have for october and november. rainy season starts october 1 gs. look at that, sabt row santa ro than 5 1/2 inches more than where he shouwe should have. but it be looks like january, february won't be as wet. westerly swells up to 18 feet, strong rip currents possible. nothing to worry about traveling the entire state today. looks like we have a glitch in the system. i'll get that fixed. but there is a chance of snow showers wednesday and better chance of snow showers in the sierra sunday and monday. we'll take a look at the roads. southbound 101 at the golden gate bridge, toll plaza, sounds like a semi went through one of the narrow lanes in the center, lane number four. maybe didn't make it out the
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other side. doesn't sound like it's a major blocking issue, but trying to get to the bottom of it. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 37 minutes. starting to fill in out of the central valley. southbound 680 okay out of dublin and northbound 85 looking okay, as well. we also have a serious crash reported on some surface streets in san jose pipe talk mo. i'll talk more about that do up. in january, new federal rules allow card issuers to charge as much as 38 bucks for anyone who makes more than one late payment a year. michael finney first alerted us to this increase last night. regulators sit the fee at $35 in 2013 and they have been inching up to the current $37. about 20% of cardholders routinely incur late fees. a woman turned a flee market purchase into a living memorial.
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>> she found a purple heart and the medal is awarded to those wounded in battle or those who pay the ultimate price. tammy wanted to find the person's family. >> i knew in a minute, in in a second that this has to be returned to somebody. >> i was thrilled. in fact, it was difficult for me to continue speaking with her for a while because i got pretty emotional. >> that woman just speaking, that is theresa. tammy found her name on a genealogy website. shirley macon is theresa's uncle killed trying to take down a japanese ship. both tammy and theresa thousaan enjoying a holiday season to remember. next, president-elect trump picks another member of his cabinet. and also package thieves beware. the bait a bay area police department is using to nab you. and i've been here at the live desk tracking the latest
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developments in the colombian plane crash that took down a brazilian soccer team and i'm getting new images coming in, so we'll have more on that next. and only on abc 7, shocking and only on abc 7, shocking new details about the kidnapping
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impressive linda. it seems age isn't slowing you down. but your immune system weakens as you get older increasing the risk for me, the shingles virus. i've been lurking inside you since you had chickenpox. i could surface anytime as a painful, blistering rash. one in three people get me in their lifetime, linda. will it be you? and that's why linda got me zostavax, a single shot vaccine. i'm working to boost linda's immune system to help protect her against you, shingles. zostavax is a vaccine used to prevent shingles in adults fifty years of age and older. zostavax does not protect everyone and cannot be used to treat shingles or the nerve pain that may follow it. you should not get zostavax if you are allergic to gelatin or neomycin, have a weakened immune system or take high doses of steroids are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. the most common side effects include redness, pain, itching, swelling, hard lump warmth or bruising at the injection site and headache. it's important to talk to your doctor about what situations you may need to avoid since zostavax contains a weakened chickenpox virus.
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remember one in three people get shingles in their lifetime, will it be you? talk you to your doctor or pharmacist about me, single shot zostavax. you've got a shot against shingles. good morning. we're tracking breaking news this morning as it relates to that horrible plane crash. and we're talking traffic with alexis and mike has your cold forecast. >> yeah, unlike yesterday morning, it is cold this
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