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you're county jail. were continuing our investigation into this very unfortunate and tragic even. >> reporter: tran moved no while hatami started live hearing two year ago. the couple worth at the wells fargo branch together. neighbors say the police had been here a few times. tran was here at the house when arrested and well by charged with murder. lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> a driver is dead after a vehicle appears to have launched off a highway in san mateo, crashing on to street below. the victim's family called them from pacifica after finding the vehicle on this morning. the 49-year-old man was missing and day tracked him down using the find my cell app. police have not said yet if drag
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drugs or alcohol were involved. tonight some of the bay area will see frost advisories advisd freeze warnings. drew tuma has more on the clear skies. >> you thought today was cold, together morning even kohler air arrives. a freeze effect in inland valleys. a frost advisory long the bayer waters. the future tracker temp shows you have the heavy jacket. numerous cities into the 30s and temperatures will drop, even some spots into the 20s. so this is the coldest night so far this season. we have frigid digits overnight. widespread 20s in and 30s so bring the pets in and cover the plants. we'll talk about the accuweather forecast.
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a south san francisco family without their home after a fire ripped through it. that's where leslie brinkley is here. >> i've here at the fire station one block away back here that the home caught fire. it's a miracle of firefighting it didn't spread to other homes here. they're built very closely together. the flames started in the garage and quickly roared up into the attic. a mother and father and two adult children ato a smoke filled house. >> came up through the garage, into the attic. the adult daughter drove down to fire station and knocked on the door, told them there's a fire in house. >> reporter: flames were shooting through the roof as the first of 50 firefighters rolled in. there was limited access in front so firefighters used a ladder truck from follow put out the flames and keep the fire from spreading. by morning the devastation was overwhelming. the family tried to retrieve
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some belongings from the rubble in suitcases and boxes. there are two classic cars in the garage. the owner burned his hand on a super heated door to the garage as he escaped. he adult son told me they wanted privacy as they sort things out. but said they're grateful to have friends and family to stay with. fire investigators say the fire was an accident but have not pinpointed the cause. in south san francisco, abc7 news. > fire left two san francisco state university students homeless after it dammed a 'apartment building last night. it started on the seventh floor of the building. investigators have not said what started the fire. volunteers took part in a fire prevention giveaway today for members of the creative community in the wake of the ghost ship warehouse fire. we were in oakland as a group of local artists handed out 100 fire extinguishers and 120 smoke detectors and then made sure everyone knew how to use them.
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they want to make sure others stay safe and come together to tackle safety concerns. >> remember that the key word in this is egress, safety, fire exits, fire protection, and not blame the artists because they were not to blame, the specifics of the situation that for plame. >> know ghost ship did have fire extinguishers in the building. abc7 news has confirmed thursday's rain has caused a sewage overflow in oakland. we we are at jack london square. they're waiting on tests to make sure the water is safe. an east bay mud spokeswoman told us every time i rains aging sewer pipes allow the rain water to get in overwhelming the system. the pipes are new a federal order to be changed. >> san francisco police took 113
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guns off the streets in gun buy back event. officers collected rifles, hand guns, semi automatic weapons. police say 80% of unintentional firearm deaths happen in a home and one in three homes have guns. the city pays up to $200 and people can give up their weapons anonymously. if you or someone you know still needs to sign up for health care next year you'll be happy to hear the state extended the deadline to sign up for cover california. today was the original deadline bus insurance officials moved to deadline until monday. 67,000 people have signed up in the past four days. today donald trump wrapped off thank you tour for voters who backed his campaign. he visited mobile,alabama. >> reporter: thousands of trump supporters line up for hours to
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see the president-elect at his final thank you tour stop in mobile, alabama. for weeks now, trump has traveled across the country, holding post election rallies in several key battleground states like ohio. >> thank you to ohio. >> reporter: north carolina. >> this are great people in north carolina. >> iowa. >> thank you to the great, great people of iowa. >> reporter: pennsylvania and recently florida, where trump admitted his supporters got violent during the campaign. >> i mean, you were nasty and many and vicious and you wanted to win. right? but now you're mellow and you are cool and you're not nearly as vicious or violent, right? because we won. >> reporter: a victory that has been at the center of controversy. the intelligence community notably the cia, believes that russian hackers interfered with the 2016 election. trump has called those claims
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ridiculous. president obama said he delivered a warnings to vladimir putin on cyber hacking during the g torn summit. >> going to be some serious consequences if he didn't. and in fact, we did not see further tampering of the election process. >> reporter: the president warned he would retaliate against russia for hacking in what intelligence officials concluded was an attempt to help donald trump win the presidency. abc7 news. >> coming up at 6:00, the new rules for young doctors that could put many americans also risk for dangerous errors. and is he joking or not? why elon musks 2010s about building tunnels could be grounded in
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first year doctors could soon be working 28 hours straight. a private group that oversees physician training proposes the longer shifts. right now they're restricted to 16 hour shifts them restriction was put in place five years
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ago's evidence shows exhausted doctors were putting themselves and patients in danger. they made 36 more serious medical errors. but some surgeons say current limits can force residents to leave at critical times during a surgery which they say is more dangerous to patients. hard to tell when elon musk is joking especially len his wild ideas transformed the auto industry and space travel. today while stuck in traffic in l.a. he made comments about tunneling through the eater and people are not sure if he is serious, he tweeted, traffic is driving me nuts. i'm going to -- it's called the boring company. it's what we do. i'm actually going to do this. sounds like a joke but musk mentioned digging tunnels before. he said you could have layers of opportunities under city to alleviate con investigation and if you check his twitter profiles he tunnels -- yes-tunnels -- listed in his
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description. thumbs could reduce traffic, greenhouse gas emission and could be good practice for bury -- burrowing on mars. but we're not sure. we'll take you to spacial holiday water where santa and ms. claus arrived on a fire truck. drew tuma is up next with the accuweather forecast. >> warriors and trail blazers in oracle. we have a new all-time leading rusher. plays for san diego state.
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coughing breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care.
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>> escort. attention. >> american two throughout people gathered in a ohio state university auditorium to celebrate the life of john glenn. joe biden attended the service. glenn, a former astronaut, marine corps fighter pilot and senator, died december 8th at 95. while he holidays can be a tough time for people who have been through traumatic injuries we were at st. francis memorial hospital for a special burn survivors party.
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all the children got presents from santa and mrs. claus who arrived on a fire truck. the fire depth put on the party which reunites survivors with caregivers. >> with a burn injury there's always post traumatic stress and anxieties and actually, being together with people who have had similar experiences is very therapeutic and also therapeutic for my staff to see them healed. >> live music, crafts and food were all part of the festivities. there were a lot of kids enjoying the holidays in the east bay as toys for tots happed out gifts. we were in berkeley as police and firefighters teams up with marines to give back. okay almost came with his great-grandmother to choose his toys. >> just moved here from michigan, and when i heard about toys for tots here, i just quickly jumped onboard. >> there were more than 3,000
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gifts for the kids. >> we woke up to widespread 30s today. tomorrow i expect many spots to be below the freezing mark in several cities in the 20s. live doppler 7 showing you right now we have clear skies. a lot of sunshine today. it was bright but the sunshine doing little to warm us up. a similar scene sunday. it will be bright but it will be brisk. outside, a live look from the tam cam. it's quiet, it's chilly, and those numbers are dropping fast. with the clear skies overhead. the forecast, the coldest night so far this season. we have freeze warnings up, frost advisories posted at midnight tonight, and looks like a quiet weather pattern. no shocking showers on the horizon. the being story, the numbers. they're falling quickly. already at 39 in napa.
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we dropped to 34 in san ramon. it's going to be a chilly night. approaching the freezing mark there. 46 san jose, 47 san francisco, 40 in livermore. so overnight tonight he's the call. cold. clear skies. falling to 27 in santa rosa, 29 in napa. 32 degrees in san jose, 29 in concord. 34 in oakland and san francisco, cool out there, 38. so, it's for that fact we have a freeze warning in effect at midnight from the areas in purple and this means a warning that many spots will likely hilt the freezing mark or fall below 32 degrees overnight. closer to the pay waters, the waters helps to moderate temperature so not as cold but still be chilly, the frost advisory in effect. these areas in blue in the mid-30s overnight tonight. misery loves company. much of the u.s. is battling some brutal air. look at this. tomorrow morning, wind chills,
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minneapolis, 41 below zero. 2 in detroit. and feels like 8 below in sai louse. our numbers are not that bad. 7:00 a.m., a frigid morning. 20s in and 30s on the board. slow to warm even though it's sunny out there. a cool afternoon. on your sunday, going to be a beautiful day. just have the jacket, because it will be heavy. 52 the high in san francisco. -- san jose, 52 he high in santa rosa and napa. the temperatures for the week ahead sacker, san jose, overnight low, freezing mark and a little better on monday, 38. but then mild air will really work in mid-week around here, and it won't feel as chilly. overnight lows holding steady in the mid-40s. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. we have the frigid morning on the way for sunday.
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a bright afternoon but we stay chilly, upper 40s. doing it again on monday with the cold morning, and a bridget afternoon. then on tuesday, mild air works in here, and that's going too help to welcome winter. winter arrives wednesday but we're mild. friday is partly cloudy. sneaks seven days, quiet and chilly. >> going to call my family in st. louis and gloat. thank you. >> the warriors back on the hardwood hosting portland, what's become a pretty good west coast rivalry. damion hillyard. dubs coming off a wisconsin over the knicks, they're now probable tonight. reinforcements are here. s a todd, and damion jones recalled for the game as these
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two teams always stage great theater. >> have to show up to get a win. how explosive they are, especially offensively. we obviously know them very well from playing enemy the playoffs last year, and the battles we have had in the regular season the last couple of years. so there's all energetic. >> cal hosings cal poly. bears look fargo record, set ing 20 straight women wins at home. mustangs came to play. 17-13 cal poly. bears wake up. the alley-oop, then sam singer looking like a defensive back, picks off the pass, lays it in. 10-point bears leave. a minute half in the half, cal ended the half on 21-3 run. now it's 40-33 cal. >> santa clara and washington state. broncos have an 11-point lead but then went ice cold asian
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louing ws to you come back. hack inson the foul. then the drive giving give couge lead. cab get a shot off. no foul called here. santa clara falls to 5-7. >> college football kicked off the bowl season today around the nation. 41 to be exact. we start off with the las vegas bowl between houston snap station and donell pumphry is has most yards as a receiver. pumphry breaks free. two minutes later, ron something i read this play. 54-yard pick six off greg ward, jr., four interceptions. in at the fourth, pumphry makes
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hoyt, 6,405-yards in his career. san diego state wins. new mexico and texas san antonio and the new mexico bowl. third quarter, gibson, a ten-yard touchdown run. 16-6 new mexico. in the fourth, it's iced. bob davey the former notre dame head coach gets gatorade >> grambling and air force. central down 10-3, bill on the run, however, atkinson takes his helmet off in celebration, gets onunsportsmanlike penalty. eagles moved 15 yards back and it's blocked by joseph mcwilliams and grambling state wins. high school division 2 state championship sierra canyon taking on sarah from san mateo
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sarah trailing by eight. missed the two-point conversion. 35-33 game. but bo cole was too much. 30 carries. trail blazers 520 yards rushing. sierra canyon, perfect season. state champs with the victory. we'll have complete warrior highlights and reaction tonight, and always a great matchup with the blazers. >> thank you. next on abc7 news at 6:00, the protesters who won't take it sitting down or standing up for that matter. why rolling felt just
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>> tonight at 9:00. a story proves looks can be steveing and at 11:00 here on abc7 news. a massive tree falls on an oakland home. the home oregon says the city is not doing its part. hundreds of australians are refusing to roll over on a proposed fence project and they protesting, they're rolling over, 3,000 people showed up to the parliament house. they're rolling down the hill in protest of a proposed security fence. it will block some access to the grassy space that's often enjoyed by visitors who sometimes roll down. the grass covers the actual parliament building.
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the protest organizers say that being age to walk up and over their elect government itself a powerful signal of democracy. looks like fun, too. >> we're down there. >> summer now. >> winter here. >> that's it for abc7 news at 6:00. we'll see you again at 9:00 and 11:00. have a one and take care.
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