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"abc 7 news." >> people are angry, people are frustrated. people feel like their government hasn't heard them. >> they're angry, they're out on the streets and they're keeping it pretty peaceful as the bay area takes a stand against the new leader of our country, president donald trump. >> we will make america great again. thank you, god had -- thank you for joining us tonight. i'm ama daetz. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dan ashley, live in washington where we are at the end of an historic day. president donald trump and his family are spending their first night in the white house. it was a very busy day and night for the president with both pomp, circumstance and getting right to work. tonight people from across the country including a significant contingent from the bay area, are also here in d.c., many to celebrate, many others to protest. tomorrow a massive women's march it take place on the national mall. as many as 200,000 people are expected.
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ork annizers say they want to tell the new administration that on day one women's rights are human rights. >> personally i've been waiting for a place to plug in in some universal way, in a national way. >> reporter: there were protests today as well, some turning violent. others are celebrating and looking forward to the change that president trump is promising to bring. hundreds of thousands witnessed his swearing in ceremony at the u.s. capitol capped off by three official inaugural balls tonight ♪ i did it my way >> a new era ushered in with some old traditions. president donald trump and first lady melania made the rounds at three inaugural balls, celebrating the end of this historic day. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god.
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>> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> the 45th president of the united states was sworn into office, then shared with the cheering crowd his vision for the country. >> it is going to be only america first. >> reporter: former president obama is now on vacation in palm springs after moving out of the white house, leaving a note for his successor and these words for the american people. >> this has been the privilege of my life. >> reporter: and though protesters clashed with police in the streets of the nation's capital, it did not stop the work from beginning or the thousands of supporters from lining pennsylvania avenue for the inaugural parade, honoring the new president. at the liberty ball tonight the president had a few comments about the weather on his big day. >> and the crowd was unbelievable today. you know, i looked at the rain, which just never came. do you know, we finished the
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speech, went inside, it poured. then we came outside, the helicopter scene was an incredible scene, and then, amazingly, it rained and then we went out. it is like god was looking down on us. >> reporter: donald trump also signed his first executive order today for federal agencies to ease the burden of president obama's sweeping healthcare law. it comes after congress voted for a full repeal of the affordable care act. now, today we met a lot of about 'em from the bay area who traveled 3,000 miles to be in washington, one man from orinda has this message to those who did not support the president. >> they need to give him a chance. america needs change, he is going to bring change. some of it they will like, some they may not like, but they've got to give him a chance. >> reporter: do you think he will be a good president? >> i think he'll be a great president. >> reporter: of course, all of those who came here to protest president trump have a different
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message they want to tell the nation, that they are watching and that they expect president trump to look after their interests as well. it is the weekend, tomorrow is saturday. for most folks that's a day off, but for newly-sworn in president donald trump, this will be his first day at the 45 th presiden of the united states, capping off a really interesting celebratory day here in washington, filled with just tremendous events. i think everyone who came here to celebrate the inauguration left happy. those who are here to protest also got their voices heard, and tomorrow on the national mall they will do that big time. 200,000 expected in the women's march to protest this new administration. we'll of course provide coverage of the president's first full day tomorrow and the protest. for now live from washington, dan ashley, "abc 7 news." ama and eric back to you. >> thanks, dan. across the bay area
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protesters turned out by the thousands today. in san jose three people were arrest he. jason green with bay area news grew captured these pictures downtown. we have live team coverage on protest marchs tonight in san francisco and oakland many we begin with 5i7 news reporter indicaty live in oakland. >> reporter: eric, perhaps it was the rain or change in police tactics, but tonight's march in oakland was relatively small by the city -- >> we are here to help facilitate the march but you need to move eastbound on the sidewalk. >> reporter: a tightly corralled march of several hundred people circled downtown oakland. >> people are angry, people are frustrate it. people feel lake their government hasn't heard them. >> reporter: oakland policemen lined the street while attorneys observed. >> we're here to make sure people get the chance to protest peacefully, and hoping to help people protest and avoid being arrested. >> reporter: a diverse crowd bouncing from one police line to
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the next. >> everything has been peaceful. i would describe it as tense at times, but peaceful. >> i can resist. >> i can resist. >> reporter: an open mike event earlier in the day garnered large, emotional crowds. >> i'm a veteran. i served. i served in the united states navy, you know. if i was in the service today i would go awol many i would not serve under him. he does not belong in the white house. >> reporter: the socialist alternative is organizing for the trump administration. >> mass movements will be necessary to stop trump's attacks. >> reporter: police arrested three people, two for vandalism with a marker or spray paint, one for resisting arrest. in oakland, katie utehs, "abc 7 news." >> now to our storm watch coverage, northbound lanes have opened in los gatos after this tree fell. all southbound are block. chp says drivers are going the wrong way to try to find a detour. some stuck for hours. >> hollister people who near the
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creek are evacuating again after a levy breach widened. the forewith sandhya patel in a minute, but first to katie marzullo in hollister. >> reporter: eric, this is the office of emergency services command post. it is where authorities have been closely monitoring the forecast and the level of the creek. because that creek flooded again today, people had to flee their homes for the second time in as many weeks. from sky 7 you can see the homes on lovers lane under water, again. >> approximately 21 to 22 residences, 22 homes, that were directly affect by flooding. those residents were evacuated. >> reporter: some people had to be rescue willed. rain sent the refer over its banks an -- >> the original levy that broke widened. it doubled approximately in size. >> reporter: a specialist with the company took this drone video and created 3 d images that showed the break. >> that levy has been increased
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to about there. that die mission is over 100 feet. >> reporter: at the height of the evacuations, about 20 people took shelter at the veterans memorial building in hollister including children. >> we brought some toys in and the kids are having a good time, but everybody is kind of quiet. >> reporter: the red cross will be provided cots for anyone who needs to spend the night, and it is an uncertain night ahead. >> with the additional rain it is impossible to predict how much the affected area will grow to be. >> reporter: a mandatory evacuation order still in place. in hollister, "abc 7 news." "abc 7 news" meteorologist sandhya patel shows us what to expect from the weather this weekend. >> it ls like more problems are coming. look at live doppler, this is the quiet before the next storm. take you to street level radar. on the peninsula you notice red wood city, east palo alto we're seeing light rainfall. wet in berkley, emeryville and pan to the north bay with light to moderate rain.
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we do have a flood warning extended until 2:00 a.m. for central sonoma county. creeks still overflowing and a flood warning for santa clara counties until 3:35 monday afternoon. here is the next storm on live doppler 7. we are tracking it. it is a level two, moderate in strength. it gets here saturday night into sunday with downpours likely, strong gusty winds. hour-by-hour forecast on the storm coming up. >> thank you, sandhya. thank you very much. coming up on "abc 7 news" at 11, coming out of the shadows. see where republicans gathered to celebrate in the bay area. >> it is cold and wet, but i'm very committed to speaking out against this new president. >> different voices unite in protest as a common goal brings several groups together. and new at
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march in san francisco. he joins us live. sergio, has anybody been arrest? >> reporter: there were no arrests. it was a large, loud but peaceful group. they marched throughout the city, finally ending their demonstrate here in city hall. police estimate more than 2,000 people marched through the streets of san francisco, many in this crowd couldn't participate in other demonstrations through the day, so they braved the cold and rain to be present here. >> everyone is committed, even though it is uncomfortable. it will be a lot more uncomfortable with the government, the new government. a lot more uncomfortable than rain and wind. >> reporter: this is a coalition of groups with varying causes, united in their opposition to the new president and his administration. >> whether it is women's rights, guy rights, climate change, labor rights, almost every issue you can think of, for some reason he has appoint he cabinet ministers who are in opposition to those issues. >> reporter: along with some of
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the many progressive issues, there were also people here concerned about basic issues like science. one group is a team of postdoctoral researchers. >> they're really concerned that, you know, the work that they're contributing for american science is, you know, might not happen that much longer if the funding isn't there. >> reporter: many here say they've never felt so uncertain about their national government, and this day of protest may be the first of many to come. in san francisco, ted, "abc 7 news." "abc 7 news" was in santa rosa at the flamingo hotel where republicans came to party. >> republicans are thrilled to be able to come to a room where they can talk and not be abused. >> that attitude from the winners was also present earlier today. republicans at this inaugural watch party didn't want the media to come in side, saying they feared retaliation from neighbors. >> massive women's marches are
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planned tomorrow across the bay area. download the abc 7 nuss app and enable push alerts so you know if they impact travel or turn violent. today a superior court judge barred the operator of lefty o'doul's from removal iconic memorabilia. a trademark infringement lawsuit was filed against the landlord by the operator contending he owns the name. the landlord says he owns the name. let's look at live doppler 7 right now. scattered showers across the bay area. we will take you in to street level radar. on the peninsula from east palo alto to middle field road into mountain view, north shoreline road tracking some light showers right now. still slippery around san lee and row, castro valley on the radar. we will make a stop in the sierra nevada where i checked the california highway patrol reports and chain controls still
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needed if you are headed to the mountains. a good idea to hold off on traveling there until the storm passed which will be monday afternoon. winter storm warning until monday morning 4:00 a.m. we are expecting four to 6 feet of additional snow on what has already fallen above 4,000 feet by monday, white house conditions and travel delay. dangerous travel. not a good idea to go. temperatures 40s, 50s. a live look from the kgo roof camera and roads still slippery. scattered showers continue to tomorrow morning. next storm gets here saturday night into sunday morning. on storm impact scale we have a two. it will be a moderate strength storm. this is the third storm in this series. saturday night into sunday downpours likely. the storm concerns ponding on the roadways, creek flooding and power outages very high. now that the ground is saturated and the wind will come up, it won't take much to take power lines down. river flooding and debris flows
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will be high by sunday afternoon. watch out for that, mud slides as well. high surf warning. 21 feet ha monday bay and monterey bay. watch out for the surf along the coastline. high wind watch saturday night into sunday morning. southerly win gusts. could be stronger over the hills and along the does, a flash flood watch in effect for the entire bay area until 6:00 p.m. sunday. you could see flooding, ponding on the roadways and hydro plaining. mud slides and rock slides will be an issue. when you get several storms, one after another with not much time to dry out, you will get those issues. hour-by-hour forecast, sat your tear at 4:00 p.m. scattered showers. get out and enjoy your weekend. 7:00 you are looking at the main line of rain moving in, and it gets heavier by 10:00 p.m. some pops of yellow indicating moderate to heavy rain. north of clear lake in the hills, it turns to snow. 3:00 a.m. sunday, don't be surprised if it is really
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pouring around 5:00 a.m. as well. hopefully you don't have early morning plans. if you do, just keep that in mind. scattered showers for sunday afternoon. still light to moderate intensity. can't rule out a slight chance of thunderstorm or two. stay inside on sunday, the wetter of two days. in terms of rainfall totals, about two-and-a-half inches. most areas between an inch to an inch and a half. so add on top of the rain. scattered showers tomorrow morning, chilly 40s and for afternoon looking at 50s with more showers. keep your umbrellas handy. you can down lope the "abc 7 news" app. if the storms change or we have to send a push alert we will do it. accuweather sunday will show a moderate strength storm for sunday. before that saturday scattered showers in the morning. nighttime is when the storm arrives. that's a one. another one on monday. early morning chance tuesday, but after that you will see the sun. it will get dry and the temperature will rise. so an improvement in our weather
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if you don't like the stormy pattern. >> all right. >> exactly. waiting for that. >> thanks, sandhya. >> well, what is that they say about imitation? about imitation? with the new president, what are you doing up? mom said i could have a midnight snack. it's not even midnight, it's ten forty-three. well, let's have a ten forty-three snack. quietly, though. okay. yeah. mmmm. shhhh. hey i'll share my yoplait custard if you share your yoplait dippers? deal. deal. mmmm. the family favorite. yoplait. heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing coughing breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask
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breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care. you by. donald trump now has two twitter accounts. this is his first tweet from the ap potus handle which is reserved for the president. and the account's first cover photo is actually a shot from president obama's inauguration in 2009. within hours though it was changed to a picture of the new president. >> barack obama is back to being@barack obama. today he tweeted is this thing still on? michelle and i are off on a quick vacation, then back to work. big day. lots of sports to talk about. >> the warriors on the road. it was westbrook on wednesday. tonight durant meeting up with another ex teammate with similar
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results. the warriors visiting the rockets in h
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circ\ abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. good even in. the warriors just wrapped up their most impressive week of the season, wins over the cavs, remember houston beat the doves in double over time at oracle earlier in the season. this would be different. doves starting a four game road trip. durant against harrell and as shaq would say, that kid is barbecue chicken right there. with david west out, macadoo getting runs. doves built a 14 point lead. only seed durant's old teammate, bringing the rockets back on the second quarter of the quarter. held to 17. green, the wick hands. comes up with a steal. ahead to andre for the jam.
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final seconds of the first half. curry, a dagger three. 15 threes for the warriors. the warriors led by five at the break. bury them in the third quarter. how do you guard k.d.? ask for a blindfold and a cigarette because you are done. a 10-2 warriors run. durant and curry with authority. steph with 24 and 7 including the exclamation point here. 125-108, the warriors sweep three of the best teams in the league this week. cleveland, okc and houston. >> it was our best week of the season because i think we got better every time we stepped on the floor this weekend. that's what is most important. it is not about blasting these three teams, it is about getting better. and, you know, trying to reach our end goal. in order to do that you have to get better each time you step is on the floor. >> 49ers gm search shrinking by the day because candidates keep dropping out. the latest is green bay executive brian gudakins who
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withdrew his name a day after the packers colleague bowed out. they play the falcons in the championship game. rodgers maying everything look so easy, throwing hail marys with regularity like this one against the giants. he produced more final second magic to beat the cowboys last week. a ridiculous throw, setting up the game winning field goal. rodgers remembers seeing greatness as a kid watching the 49ers. >> it is like growing up in the street. you know, you're playing as joe montana, steve rung, throwing to john taylor, brenlt rice and making up as you go and trusting those guys will be on the same page. the beauty is that it is never out and out street ball. it is rooted in concepts that we know and we run. >> those were the glory days for the 49ers. now abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> we can get it back. >> hopefully, hopefully. >> we can
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what are you doing up? mom said i could have a midnight snack. it's not even midnight, it's ten forty-three. well, let's have a ten forty-three snack. quietly, though. okay. yeah. mmmm. shhhh. hey i'll share my yoplait custard if you share your yoplait dippers? deal. deal. mmmm. the family favorite. yoplait. fast, sometimes it is hard to tell what is real and not? we know you need a team with experience, a team that asks why, demand the truth and gets it right. >> truth, that's what you can
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expect from "abc 7 news." >> the truth, every day, with every story. >> we're right here where we've always been, on your side. >> we're abc 7, news where you live. thanks for watching. i'm eric tommis. >> i'm ama daetz. for sandhya, larry, all of us, thank you for j joining us. on jimmy kimmel, the host of tell the truth anthony anderson and actress ruby rose. >> good night, everybody.
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it's an all new show today "right this minute." a snowmobile races up a mountain -- >> turns out, snowmobiles can fly, too. >> but see why being airborne isn't even the best part. >> that was incredible! a toddler loses her limbs even though -- >> she was born a healthy baby. >> how she's loving life again thanks to new prosthetics and a look-alike doll. >> it's me. >> yeah. a woman gives a security camera the old hammer treatment. >> what was she doing? why did she do it? >> the story of why so many people are playing vandal. and youtuber jenna marble is introducing us to her mama line.
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mama is single. >> oh, hey, mama. it's a watershed moment when we discover snowmobiles are not just great for the snow, but they can take across the water like a boat. turns out, snowmobiles can fly, too. >> oh! >> strap in, everybody. this is posted to the instagram. this is mental. we start accelerating. why is on the other side? no. >> that's incredible. it all goes into slow motion as he flies his way through the area, eventually -- boom, landing. >> yeah. >> he totally had that -- come on. >> dude, i'm giving that all to him. that was incredible! >> you can see once you kind of get caught up in fever, especially throughout the day --
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i can see how he skips across the snowy wipond. >> he starts leaning over to the left, you are convinced he's going to lose it, but he recovers right at the end. over 15,000 views on instagram. i have to say, that's the further i have seen a snowmobile fly. if we all had a dote of resilience in our diet every day, think we would be okay and survive anything? this little girl, little 3-year-old harmony rose allen, is out for business continue. i know having a


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