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through noontime, it will be dissipating and we will see temperatures in the 50s, by the afternoon, another dry and sunny day and we will talk about the rain which returns for the second half of the upcoming workweek in a few minutes. emeriville police are looking for the gunman that shot two people outside the hayat hotel. the two victims worked for hernan profit. this happened about 10:00 last night. officers have not made any arrests, and they are still looking for witnesses. a fun road trip for two castro valley high school graduates turned tragic and deadly in the blink of an eye. they were driving back to castro valley from the men duh seen yo
area, when their car hydroplaned crash into a creek, and only natalie survived. and the girls were best friends until the very end. >> reporter: this video of jennifer laughing was taken wednesday morning, and by wednesday night her car hydroplaned off of 101 and into a small creek near willets, california. and natalie griffin was in the passenger's seat and she noticed a way to escape through the sinking car, through a broken rear window. >> her friend was stuck and she couldn't get her out, and she survived but her friend didn't. jenna could not get out of the seat of the car, and for 12 hours she clung to a tree from the freezing water, and then swam to a bank and pulled
herself out of the water and hiked up the hill and flagged down a passerby, and she told emergency crews where to find her best friend. >> she had so many dreams in life. >> the 19-year-old jenna santos planned to be a psychiatrist one day, and in high school she was a cheerleader with lots of friends. >> she was so full of light and energetic, and there's nothing not to love about her. she never said one bad thing about anybody. >> a go fund me page has been set up in her honor. ringling brothers and barnum bailey circus announced the greatest show on other is closing. it has shows left through may, and there was not a single reason for the decision but
there was many factors. last year the circus removed the elephants from its shows after the battle between the use of bull hooks to get the elephants to perform. the practice was banned in oakland. happening today a rally by registered nurses in san francisco to save health care. the rally is part of a national day of action in favor of the affordable care act, also known as obamacare. advocates across the country will call on the incoming trump administration to expand access to health care. mr. trump has promised to repeal obamacare perhaps as early as friday, when he is sworn into office. today's rally begins at 1:00 at san francisco city hall. several members of congress from the bay area announced they will not attend the inauguration of president-elect trump. they join a growing list that may have expanded after mr. trump's tweets about a civil
rights icon, and abc 7 news reporter reports. >> in the sunset district, two signs in the district telling customers they will be closed for two days next week, and on monday they will observe martin luther king day, and on friday the store is closed. >> we are taking a stand against that person. >> it's the first time in the store's 42-year history that the employees voted to close the store in protest. customers we talked with support the move. >> are you planning on doing anything friday? >> working. i wish i could protest against, but, you know, i have to -- the owners of the store i work at probably won't be doing the same thing. >> so far one other local business will be closed on friday, and they are encouraging their customers to attend local protests, and a growing number
of u.s. representatives are boycotting trump's inauguration, including three bay area members of congress. this weekend georgia congressman, john lewis, told nbc news he doesn't consider trump a legitimate president. >> i think the russians participated in helping this man get elected. >> the president-elect responded with tweets attacking lewis, and congressman john lewis should spend more time on fixing his district rather than falsely complaining about the election results. all talk, talk, talk, no action or results. sad. lewis is a civil rights icon, who was beaten during the bloody sunday march in selma, alabama. minority leader, nancy pelosi, joined leaders supporting congressman lewis. >> abc 7 news anchor, dan ashley, will be in washington, d.c. thursday and friday with
live reports on president-elect trump's inauguration. details emerging after a conservative commentator in the so-called alt right movement returned to the uc davis campus blasting officials for canceling his speaking engagement on friday. there was a protest march yesterday in response to friday night's cancelled speech he was supposed to give. he says university officials called off the event after protesters outside became unruly. but the decision to cancel was actually made by the group that invited him, the davis student republicans. >> they put us into a corner and we cancelled our event because of the information they gave us. >> i heard hate speech and i came out to stand against facism. >> he is scheduled to spaerb at
uc berkeley despite vocal calls for it to be canceled. lab tests are pending on what could be the second deadly case of meningitis in san francisco this year. a bus driver found 53-year-old larson dead on the bus at the end of the 14 mission line in daley city on tuesday night. the family is trying to figure out who she was in contact the last few days. her brother saw her last weekend in santa rosa. >> she was taking painkillers and didn't say her neck was hurting, which they said was one of the symptoms. >> the painkillers were from shoulder surgery 10 days earlier, and last weekend 48-year-old phillips died of meningitis. marin health and human services sent letters to those that may
have had contact with him. last week's storms were terrific in easing the drought but horrible for salmon. in the north bay, rain turned creeks muddy and they are vulnerable to floods and droughts, and only 150 nests were built by salmon prior to the storms in a typical year, the nest number 250. we may have more storms on the way. >> we certainly do, but the first half of the week looks dry. boy, is it foggy out there, be careful around town, not just here at the golden gate bridge, and it's 45 degrees in the city, but as you head across the bay, not only the golden gate but the bay bridge, and it's very foggy over into oakland, and chilly,
too in the inland valleys skpbgs we'll talk about when the fog lifts and the rain turns coming up. also ahead, drying out. this weekend's sunny weather is a welcome chance to clean up after the wet week. a national natural phenomenon at yosmite after that youthat's why you drink ensure. sidelined. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what you love. ensure. always be you. honey bunches of oats. it's all of this, this, this, and this. it's the mother of all cereals. it's that, and that, and all of that. it's the most cerealriffic cereal. in all of history. yeah, it's that good.
of the launch, and its first rocket exploded in september. it successfully landed up right on a platform in the pacific ocean, and that's key to making future travel somewhat affordable. and then the first in the nation to create a pilot program that provides a new roof and solar system to qualified low income residents. here's 7 on your side's michael finney with the story. >> juan soto lived in this san francisco home for 30 years, and on this day workers from the non-profit grid alternatives were installing grids, and he expect to see his average energy bill of more than $100 greatly reduced. >> they said 80% less. >> grid alternatives installed
solar energy free to some families nationwide, and 1,500 alone in the bay area in the past decade, and this is the first time they have been able to replace the roof as well. >> the sad thing is they have to say no to a lot of families whose roofs are not good enough, and we get to say yes to some of the families in san francisco. >> low income families spend three times more on residential income than other families. >> it's going to make a huge difference for these families, so saving $50, $100 a month on their energy will make a huge impact on their lives. >> funding is coming from the city for roof, repair and replacement. the solar installation is funded by private money and donations. >> it's good for the environment. >> some 16 san francisco families will be selected for
the free roof upgrade and solar installation, and grid alternatives is holding a bilingual one-hour meeting, and for information on that and other grid alternatives, go to our website. in the next few days the raiders are expected to file relocation papers with the nfl, and that's a step to formal eyes their intended move to las vegas. the filing will be made official in the coming days. the raiders still need 24 votes from the league's owners for the move to happen. the filing will include a statement explaining the decision to relocate, and could also include a response from commissioner, roger goodell. and the owner said publicly he will stay in oakland for the next couple seasons until a stadium is built for his team in las vegas. san diego's loss of its long
time professional football team could be another business's gain, and we are not talking about the sales of matches or lighters, although those are also in high demand for burning the team jerseys, and after the chargers announced on thursday they are bolding for l.a., and tattoo specialists wasted no time marketing specials to unhappy fans. >> we knew there would be a fair number of disappointed fans out there that may have tattoo regret, and if they are not ready to drive up to l.a., i guess, and fight the traffic, maybe they want to remove the bolt. >> the discount, 20% off, to remove all chargers tattoos and $100 unlimited sessions to get rid of the lightning bolt. it normally cost $2,500. . people are taking advantage of this weekend's dry weather to clean up from last week's powerful storms.
and it was all hands on deck to clean up flood damage on the building's ground floor. water soaked the carpeting and dampened some historic documents but according to the organization's president, who is also part of the abc 7 news family, the collection of historic radios made it out okay. >> a lot of our artifacts are being moved out of the water, and the carpet is being taken away, and things are being dried out. >> well, steve kushman says damage was minimal. and then this was shared on facebook from the lower yosmite trail yesterday, and this ice happens naturally when water is flowing fast and the temperature tips below freezing. it's the skiers and snowboarders paradise this weekend in tahoe.
squaw valley posted a professionial skier's runs this weekend. look at all of the snow. squaw received 97 inches over the past week. good morning to you, and temperatures just in the teens this morning. sierra nevada, live doppler 7 picking up moisture offshore, and that won't affect us but the fog is affecting much of the bay area. a half mile in conquered, and all around the water, around richmond, very dense fog. a mile and three quarters in napa, and look at petaluma. this will change and move around quickly, and it could get worse through sunrise. it will be with us through the middle of the morning, and by 9:00, 10:00, we will see patches of fog right over the bay, and noontime, though, we will look for sunny conditions. it's going to take some time.
we are looking from the east bay hills camera, and you can see from this vantage point, still good visibility. oakland, 41. it's 39 in mountain view, and 36 in gilroy, and 41 on the coast, and temperatures a degree or two warmer this morning, and the explo explo exploream camera, almost can't make it out. 35, santa rosa. napa, 40, as well as fairfield. sfo, you can count on the delays here stacking up. a little too early right now, but this morning it's chilly with the areas of dense fog, and looking for sunny skies this afternoon, and the storms do return midweek, and they are going to last, it looks like, into next weekend. hopefully you are using this time to clean up. we can see renewed threats of flooding even though the systems are quick movers, we are so so saturated. beach hazard statement through
this evening, 5 to 6 feet wave heights right now, and we run the rig are bg of sneaker waves and rip currents, and we expect the beaches will be a nice place to hangout. on wednesday, we bring in the storm impact scale. it's a 2. we will see showers and heavy downpours toward the evening hours, and with that the potential for power outages. the light rain arriving through 10:00 through much of the afternoon, and then 9:00, the winds get heavy and kick in, and on thursday, a brief break before more rain heads our way thursday into friday morning. looking like it could last through the weekend. really it's a good time to make sure that we are prepared and those storms drains are cleared. this is the first system, and maybe an inch in the north bay and when the winds kick up on thursday night, it's more of a wind event as the system moves through quickly, and 30-mile-per-hour winds perhaps, and we add on friday rain
totals, we could see another inch or so. a wet second half of the week. we are looking at chilly lows again with the fog creeping in from the valley, 30s and 40s. the accuweather 7 day forecast, dry, and you have the app and the push alerts and you will be prepared. nice it's dry for the holiday tomorrow. a lot of events going on. >> yeah. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, no, we have not discovered everything on this planet. up next, a brand-new species captured on
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on its shelves and to get it you have to show them the money. the reporter, rob hayes, from our sister station in l.a. has the story. >> brick and mortar video stores may have hit their block. >> it carries only one video film. >> yep, 1996's "jerry mcgwire". >> it was a video store made up of only "jerry mcguire." most of them in english. another 3,000 copies are in the back, and i assume in case they run blow. >> it's bright red and beautiful and there are so many of them. >> and these are with the art collective, everything is terrible, and for some reason,
they began collecting vhs copies of the classic, and now for the next couple of weeks they are part of a video store that doesn't rent out any movies. >> that would involve you taking a copy of jerry, and that's not allowed. >> we know what it is and who is behind it, but the big question of what it comes to the jerry mcgwire video store, it's why? >> why not. >> that's not an answer. >> the dream is to build a pyramid out in the desert. >> no, joke, the pyramid is the goal. >> we want to give the jerry's a forever home. >> in all of this they hope -- >> show me the money! >> i think we have jerry mcgwire in stock. >> abc 7 news.
>> a percussion group on world wild tour is using an interesting student, a massive particle collider. new york city-based stop visited using drum sticks on other artifacts in the garden. and this is rare. a new species of sea dragon. video from uc san diego shows the ruby sea dragon, and it's a fish from the same family as sea horses and one of three types of sea dragons that exist. last year researchers captured it off the coast of western australia. now the rare footage has been released for all of us to see. still to come here on abc 7 mornings, winter weather alerts in effect across a dozen states
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welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist, lisa aur jen. visibility is down to, oh, one-eighth of a mile and the ceilings are below 500 feet. do be careful out there. it's cold and foggy. look at the reduced visibility, less than a mile in santa rosa and petaluma. it will stay with us through 11:00, and it will take a while
to burn off. look at the cold numbers. as we go through the next now hours, notice it's still there by the delta, and less by the ocean but you can count on the delays at sfo, so hopefully you have patience with you and sunshine on the way for the second half of the day, and we will detail the temperatures and the return to the rain in the extended outlook coming up. winter weather alerts across a dozen states because of a major ice storm that put parts of the country in a deep freeze. millions are bracing for more treacherous freezing weather for the rest of the holiday weekend. abc news reporter, aerial, has the latest. >> reporter: on i-40 in oklahoma the slick roads causing phultdable accidents claiming the life of a driver when his truck slid into oncoming
traffic, and the force of the crash tearing the cab from the trailer. >> they hit their brakes hard and sideswiped me and i started to spin. >> reporter: freezing rain and ice causing this 20-car chain reaction. >> my air bag deployed and my head got locked in the steering wheel. >> reporter: as ice builds up on roads and windshields, the accidents pileup. though ice out treating the roads, many treacherous. thousands without power and heat. >> you break out the camping gear, and the camping stove and have fun with the family. >> reporter: shoppers are stocking up. >> to the left and right there's practically nothing on the shelves. all the bacon was gone. >> reporter: the weather in missouri almost costing this bride her wedding day. in the end, she made it down the aisle. even this flag was left clinched
in a frozen grip. ice storm warnings from the texas panhandle up to illinois. on sunday the threat of freezing rain from i-40 north to i-70. you can strike another artist from the music acts for president-elect trump. jennifer holliday was scheduled to sing at an event at the lincoln memorial on thursday. now she is apologizing to the lbgt community for her, quote, lapse of judgment. she says she did not realize her presence would be entinterpretes a sign of support, and her friends have protested on social media. here is who will perform, toby keith, rock band, 3 doors down, and actor jon voight, and lee
greenwood. and with the inauguration less than a week away, this week will focus on trump's plans to cut ties with his business, and bernie sanders and reince priebus will be the guest at 8:00 this morning, followed by abc 7 mornings at 9:00. and then ll bean donated $30,000 to a political organization backing president-elect trump. that issue came to light last week when mr. trump sent a tweet urging people to patronize the business, and instead the company has been targeted by a boycott call. ll bean says this weekend the company does not endorse candidates. board member, linda bean, who wrote the check says she does not plan to resign from her position. >> i never back down. if i feel i am right, and i feel
like they are bullies, and that's all they are. a small colonel of hard core bullies on the west coast trying to control what we do and what we buy and what we sell in main. >> she is the granddaughter of the company's founder. officials in a mississippi city say they did not mean to disrespect martin luther king jr., and are working to correct the mistake. it all started when a social media post for the city of biloxi stated that operations would be closed monday for great america's day. not mlk jr. day. officials admit the designation made in 1985 gives the town a bad image. >> we're being called racist, and that's not the people of biloxi, and that's not the mayor or the city council of biloxi, and it's just unfortunate that we are now being painted with that brush. >> it was an honest error. i think they pulled the verbiage from it and posted it on the
tweet and when there was a reaction to it, there was no cover-up. we're all looking at it and saying, hey, we need to change it. >> the city council will meet tomorrow to reconsider the designation. prayers and calls for unity marked a day of service to honor the reverend dr. mart kwreupb king, jr. >> clergy members joined a march through the neighborhood. the group paused to pray along the way urging americans to come together and remember what dr. king fought for. >> this nation needs healing, and especially with all the turmoil happening right now. we need to not focus on what is going in or out of the white house but to focus on the living god through christ. >> neighborhood improvement project also took place yesterday all over the city. the family of a san
francisco woman believes she died of meningitis which could be the second deadly case this past week involving a city resident. abc 7 news reporter, leslie brinkley, spoke to the family about a warning they say they got from the corner's office. >> a bus driver found her deceased in the bus sitting up right. >> that's what the family says they were told. they called in the daley city police. >> she was in san francisco on the bus. the last two days she was alive, so we don't know who she was in contact with. >> the san mateo corner's office told him on wednesday that preliminary autopsy results indicate his sister died of meningitis, and he and his son were given antibiotics. >> she had a severe headache and
slight fever, and she was taking painkillers, and she did not say her neck was hurting which they say is one of the symptoms. >> painkillers were prescribed when she had shoulder surgery. the san mateo corner's office will say the case is still under investigation, and final lab work confirms meningitis, it would be the second death involving a san francisco resident this year. and last year, marin health and human services sent letters to 250 people who may have had contact with him. >> reporter: no word on when the lab tests will come back, and i am leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. still ahead on abc 7
weekend's annual lunar bazaar. they sold sweets to help usher in the year of the rooster, and stands are up along 9th street in front of the renaissance plaza from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. so gung hoeu fat choy. >> i agree. happy new year. we are not looking at much, and that's the point from the beach camera, visibility down to about zero and it's going to be this way all morning long and take until about 11:00. in the bay area, you may not have it in one spot but it's going to change. mid-30s from the inland east bay. it's a chilly and foggy start, and we will talk about when the sun arrives -- i just told you about that, and we'll time out the rain when we return. the sharks return to the tank to face the blues.
in sports, day two of the nfl divisional playoffs this afternoon, the packers and the cowboys, and the steelers and chiefs, kbgoff now at 5:20, and the start time was moved because of an ice storm. yesterday tom brady and the new england patriots began their quest for a fifth super bowl title. mike shumann has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> the houston texans came into yesterday's divisional match-up with the top ranked defense, and it didn't matter, and for once it was not tom brady doing all the damage, and his name was
deon lewis. 13 yards to the touch, and 7-0, pats, and then lewis receive as kick and avoids a tackle and he's going to go 98 yards for the second td of the game. 14-3, patriots. texans had a chance in the game, however, late in the third, third and eight, and the pass in the end zone dropped and it would have made it a four-point game, instead lewis who had a special teams touchdown, completes the trifecta with a rushing touchdown, and patriots win and lead to a record straight title game. >> we work hard to play a lot better than we played, and i give them a lot of credit, but we will have to play better on offense, and we are expected to go out and have a good week. >> the only thing that matters this year is this team and what we have an opportunity to do, and what we need to do, you
know, to move on to play again. >> meanwhile, the falcons are enjoying being under the radar in the nfl post season, and ryan a strong candidate for mvp, and hawks start the game with an 89-yard drive, and russell wilson and jimmy graham connect for the store. and then it's tied at seven. after an 80-yard punt was negated by a holding penalty, and now the falcons down 10-9, and that's the last time they trailed. and the falcons are headed to the championship game for the fourth time in team history. >> that's what happens this time of year, games get tough and physical and i thought our guys stepped up to the challenge and kept their composure really, really well. >> this game was one during the
week, the preparations the guys put in, i wish you could have seen that, the intensity of getting ready for one another, and that type of strain and effort to get each other ready to play against a really good team was totally at hand. >> and to the ice, sharks hosting st. louis, and san jose has struggled lately holding leads. let's see if that trend continues. military appreciate night. and that hitting the crossbar, and then a 5 on 3 power play, and missing an open net. the blues missing their opportunity on the power play. and then 1-0 blues. still in the second, the puck bounced to pew ron, and the sharks go on to lose 4-0, your final. and then today, we will have the highlights in football tonight at 5:00. have a great day.
now your forecast with lisa argen. >> here's live doppler 7, and we are not tracking any precipitation, but boy is it foggy, the visibility reduced to near zero in parts of the east bay valleys, and oakland, quarter of a mile, and in conquercord. it will get worse before sunrise, and it will be with us at least until 11:00, and it's going to sit right over the water, so by the afternoon, we are counting on sunny skies but it's going to be awfully tricky between now and then if you are navigating some of the local bridges. the golden gate bridge you can see that nobody is there, and 47 in san francisco, and 40 in oakland and 39 in mountain view, and 42 in san jose and 36 in gilroy and low 40s on the coast. from emeriville right now, nice
and dark right now, and 7:24 is the official sunrise. plenty of 30s from the delta, and also into the east bay valleys. livermore, 34, and looking down around gilroy, campbell, it's awfully chilly out there. and from the roof camera, it's gray. winds are light and we have the moisture on the ground from the recent rain. the patchy fog and some of the frost with us in some of those low-lying valleys, so be careful, could see black ice and sunny skies this afternoon. we are looking at a series of wet weather systems and we will call them storms from wednesday right through next weekend it looks at this point. hopefully using the dry days to clean out the storm drains and prepare for another round of wet weather. this evening, we have rip currents possible and sneak waves, so as we get into wednesday, that is 2 on the storm impact scale, and we will see gusty winds and brief heavy
rain, and the sub tropical moisture headed at the bay area, and then it's going to sag south, so we will get a little break into thursday, but as we time out wednesday for you, you are leaving for work and it should be dry, but by mid morning, the light rain moves in and by 9:00 wednesday night, it's heavier. there's a brief break on thursday, and we will still have light rain around, though, and on friday, another round of heavier rain, and it looks like the second half of the weekend could be the strongest out of the three. so we are looking pretty wet once again, and with the gusty winds out of the south come wednesday, we're once again worried about the possibility of some of the trees and power lines coming down. rainfall amounts, this is through the first part of the weekend, an additional one to two inches, and highs today under sunny skies should be pleasant in the mid-50s, and 56 in vallejo, and if you are head up to the sierra nevada, it's crowded but pretty with temperatures in the 30s, and getting warmer each and every day. for the holiday tomorrow, about 40.
you will notice we warm in the mid-40s on tuesday, and beginning precip will arrive as rain and switches to snow. the accuweather 7-day forecast, looking nice and typical for the first few days of the week and then you can see three storm systems numbers, 2, 1, and another 2 on friday and there could be another one into sunday. >> the drought is over, lisa. >> yeah. from big robots to tiny medical devices a. new class of hardware makers graduated from the hacks accelerator, a program in san francisco. abc 7 news reporter, jonathan bloom was there, alongside potential investors as they showed off their creations. >> reporter: if you own a skyscraper, you probably have 80,000 bucks to spare for this robot, from washing windows to teaching your child a second
language. for this class, health is a focus like this skeleton for back injuries. >> it's like a table and decompresses the spine to relieve the pain. >> and a mouse that can tell if you are dehydrated. all this fitbit for feelings and it tracks your emotions. >> you notice how you sweat when you are stressed. >> this tracks your sleep from the bedroom wall. >> we look at the displacement of your chest. >> and therapeutic light you can put at the office. >> if you get a bad night's sleep you get customized light therapy based on how you sleep. >> reporter: they are start of a race that is a marathon rather than a sprint. inventing them is the easy part and now the challenge is building a business. >> it's a burning expert. we have the only store there,
which helps us to test the environment. >> and they help to find partners like pheurb alynn. >> itself cleans. you have to step in there once every 14 days. >> when reporters get hungry, the fro bot serves up frozen yogurt. in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. coming up, honoring dr. martin luther king jr., and how bay area transit agencies are teaming up
luther king, jr. the celebration train will leave the station at 9:45 tomorrow morning and arrive in san francisco at 11:00 where passengers join the mile and a half march to the annual king day celebration at the gardens. the train was going to be discontinued in 2015 because of lagging ticket sales, but corporate sponsors stepped forward to pick up the tab. up next on abc 7 mornings at 6:00, a road trip ends in tragedy for two best friends from the bay area. only one returns home after a harrowing ordeal. now a community is in mourning. bay area businesses making their own plans with president-elect's inauguration, as he lashes out at a civil rights icon who calls his presidency illegitimate.
good morning, everybody. i am carolyn tyler, and thank you for joining us on this sunday, january 15th. let's start with a quick look at the record with our meteorologist, lisa argen. >> looking at live doppler 7, and we are not talking about the rain but the dense fog around the bay area. in fact, visibility is down to nearly nothing at the oakland airport and it could push in to sfo, and it's worse as you head toward the delta, three quarters of a mile in concord, and the north bay is really that. the bay bridge and the golden gate bridge and down around the san mateo bridge not an issue, but we are looking at the chilly temperatures and this profile takes us through 11:00 when the fog clears, but until then it will be very dicey out there and be careful. this morning, emeriville police are looking for the