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♪ >> live where you live, this is "abc 7 news." ♪ terrifying moments off the coast of monterey county. a diver attack by what's believed to be a great white shark. good evening. i'm cheryl jennings. thanks for joining us. dan and ama have the night off. the shark attack happened in still water cove offer pebble beach and that diver mayo his life to two first responders who happened to be in the right place at the right time. >> reporter: the diver was spear fishing with his father 80 yards off pebble beach when the shark bit his leg. >> he swam to the surface to tell his dad what he had seen, and when he was at the surface the shark actually attacked him. >> reporter: officials believe it was a great white based on the bite marks. the diver mangled to get his boat back to shore. >> we have somebody on shore. you see a boat in the water but the subjects inside are yelling
and we believe it is some type of shark bite. >> saw this red zodiac boat come in not acting right. >> reporter: statement two off duty monterey county sheriff's deputies happened to be finishing up a day of fishing at still water cove. witness he alerted them. one deputy applied a tourniquet to stop the massive blood loss from the victim's wet thigh. >> the wetsuit was inside the zodiac and it was pretty shredded with a lot of blood. >> reporter: an air unit searched the area and spotted what might have been the shark. cal fire coordinated with deputies to evacuate the cove. a cal jet ski helped a swimmer back to the peer. >> the 25-year-old victim is undergoing victim at a salinas hospital. there have been seven known shark attacks in the general area. since 1966 only one was fatal, an attack on a surfer in 1981 off spanish bay tonight the death toll is rising after a massacre at a
mosque in egypt. at least 235 people were killed in what is called the deadliest attack ever by extremists on civilians on the sinai peninsula. here is abc foreign correspondent with the story. >> reporter: for worshippers inside there was almost no hope of escape. most of the aftermath too gruesome to show. rows of victims draped on the floor of the place of worship. over 200 people including children were slaughtered. militants setting off explosives, then spraying the congregation with bullets as they knelt and pray. the attackers opening fire and reportedly shooting into the mosque from four off-road vehicles surrounding the building. the militants blocking off escape routes by blowing up their cars. one eyewitness telling abc news anyone who tliried to flee were shot. even ambulances that came to help the wounded were attacked. schools injured, too. outside a hospital overwhelmed,
case os as ambulances and vehicles arrive with victims. today's massacre, the deadliest attack on egyptian civilians in a region plagued by the scoring of militant groups lies isis. a 2011 new year's bombing at a coptic christian church killed more than 20. more than 200 died in 2015 when a russian passenger plane exploded after taking off from the sinai. that attack linked to isis. tonight president trump calling egyptian president al sisi. he condemned the court calling it cowardly, and later mixing domestic policy into the tragedy. ian panel, abc news, london. >> we first spent a breaking news push alert on the attack at 7:05 this morning. if you want to receive immediate notification any time big news
happen, download our "abc 7 news" app and enable push alerts. meteorologist spencer christian says we are expecting rain this weekend. he is here to break down what is in the forecast. spencer. >> we will start with our storm impact scale. this storm is a fairly moderate storm, ranks two on the storm impact scale. it will bring moderate to heavy rainfall. here is our animation. starting tomorrow morning, we will have in the afternoon hour high clouds but late tomorrow night the front sweeps into the north bray, bringing moderate to heavy rainfall, strong, gusty wind, and by sunday morning most of the area will be drench by the storm. i will have a closer look at the storm and what is to follow later. >> thanks so much. small business owners say they're seeing a much well-come boom this black friday as they try to recover from the north bay fires. they hope the streak continues with small business saturday. here is abc 7 reporter katie
utehs. >> reporter: the holiday shopping run around doesn't have to be hard. >> the fit specialists are well-trained and we give each individual just the service that they need. >> reporter: fleet feet, in historic downtown santa rosa is looking forward to small business saturday when consumers shop local. >> we love to support local businesses, especially in this area after everything that we've been through. >> reporter: santa rosa small business owners held black friday sales like the big box stores. you can see here 20% off. they say business was great today and they hope it continues through the weekend. >> oh. >> reporter: the last month and a half have been slow at bat cave comics and toys but sales picked up on black friday. >> business was really good, and since the fires hit we kind of needed it. >> reporter: while some people are looking forward to cyber monday, mike holbrook says he doesn't tell on ee bay or amazon. >> we like our locals to be able to see it and touch it, and in the case of comic books some
people even like to smell them. >> reporter: from specialty sneakers to the toys you wish santa brought you as a kid, it is all available locally. in santa rosa, katie utehs, "abc 7 news" the city of oakland officially declared today the start of plaid friday weekend to encourage people to shop at local businesses. more than 200 shops and restaurants are offering special deals and discounts this weekend. and from now through new year's, all of the street parking meets will be free on saturdays to encourage shoppers but time limits on meters still apply. >> two, one. >> beautiful. abc 7 was in san francisco's union square for the 28th annual macy tree lighting ceremony tonight. hundreds gathered to celebrate the start of the holiday season. more than 43,000 led lights and
700 ornaments decorate the tree. the ceremony featured choirs, show tunes and, of course, a visit from santa. san jose may have won upped san francisco tonight. christmas in the park set a guinness world record, and that's not all. "abc 7 news" reporter katie marzullo has the story from downtown san jose. >> three, two, one! >> reporter: with that, the 38th annual christmas in the park was officially under way. the giant center piece is one of 600 decorated trees in the park, that's 75 more than last year and more than just an impressive number. according to executive director jason minsky. >> we're going to set the guinness book of world records for most illuminated christmas trees in one area. >> that's beautiful. >> very nice. >> reporter: the forest of christmas trees is dwarfed only by the crowds. an estimated 20,000 people came out on the first night. >> it is going great. lots of people. everyone has a positive
attitude. the energy is great, and i definitely will come back next year. >> holidays, kids having fun, nice enjoyment. >> reporter: the holiday spirit will last longer than ever. christmas in the park is staying open an extra week to coincide with if skating championships at the sap center. that means for time for fun and hot chocolate. >> i love the animations and hot chocolate is fantastic. >> reporter: you had to come on the first night to catch this once-in-a-lifetime moment. a surprise christmas in the park proposal. she said yes. katie marzullo, "abc 7 news" staying safe while you shop. we are riding along with police who are pointing out what you should not do after you hit the stores. as moran more people do holiday shopping online, experts are sending urgent warning so you can avoid getting scammed. a local family helps rehab an injured rooster that's unable to walk. he even has his own physical therapist. first though here is a look at
i saw something the other day. eczema exposed. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to eczemaexposed.com to learn more. it is the busiest time of the year for stores as holiday shopping kicks into high gear. it is also prime time for thieves. "abc 7 news" reporter lyanne melendez rode along with san rafael police and found out how vulnerable shoppers will be. >> i'm sure woo will find something quickly. >> reporter: sergeant raul
aguilar was sure he would find cars with holiday packages and personal items inside. he found more than what he expected. >> oh, my, this one has macy's, apple. >> christmas gifts. >> christmas gifts, boots. it wouldn't take too long, somebody can use something like this, a window punch. this is something that, you know, you just hit the window, and you'll shatter immediately. >> reporter: we saw this man putting two large bags in the back seat of his car and walk away. we tried to tell him that it wasn't safe. you just left your bags in there. >> yeah. >> reporter: somebody could steal them? >> i just got to hide it. >> reporter: you hide it? >> yeah. >> reporter: but as we discovered he had not hidden them at all. they were there for the taking. >> unfortunately that is very common and not a good strategy to protecting your shopping. the best thing to do would be to bring it with you. >> it is a very different world. i mean even shopping is a very different world now.
so you have to be cautious all the time, and that's what i try to do. i don't know how successful i am but i've been lucky so far. >> reporter: from now through the holidays san rafael police will have more patrol also in the place where people shop. >> we have extra officers in the area. >> reporter: woe were able when a woman interrupted our interview to report an unrelated incident. within minutes several patrol cars responded. police remind people there's always someone looking to ruin your holiday. in san rafael, lyanne melendez, "abc 7 news" we have more details on how you can stay safe this holiday shopping season. check out the tips at abc7news.com or on our free app. cyber monday is coming up, perfect time to remind shoppers you need to protect yourselves on live. you can consider it prime time for internet scammers. be especially careful when shopping on a mobile browser
because fake apps and websites could be harder to detect. also avoid clicking on any unsolicited e-mails and only use web sites with a valid https connection and lock symbol. good to know a rescues rooster is learning to watch with the help of a therapy wheelchair made for birds and the support of a vacaville family. look at roo. he has been staying with the smith family for a while, but a few weeks ago he was seriously hurt after a fight with another rooster. he suffered swelling to his brain in the fight. unable to function on his own, his owner found a chicken therapy chair being sold in awe trail ya awe australia and knew she had to get it to help him to recuperate. >> he's eating a lot of food and drinking a lot of water, and it made all of the difference in the world. >> so roo is recovering.
smith's 12-year-old daughter is functioning as roo's physical therapist. she takes him through basic movement also and hopes he will move on his own one day. we'll have that story, spencer. >> cockadoodledo. cockadood you see this batch of moisture off seven which is ee vap yorting in the the rainstorm is intensifying in the gulf of alaska and will drop in our direction by this time tomorrow. a live view from our "abc 7 news" exploratorium camera looking back at the skyline. 60 degrees in san francisco. 59 across the bay in oakland. low to mid 60s in mountain view and san jose. 58 at gilroy, 57 at half moon bay. you can see clearly across the bay from emeryville although we have high clouds. 56 in santa rosa and mid to upper 50s at napa, novato,
fairfield, low 60s at concord and livermore. looking down on san francisco. these are our forecast features. dry and mild tomorrow, but late night rain developing in the north bay. that storm will be a wet and windy one for sunday, even stormier in the hills than down at sea level. the rain will taper off to showers by monday morning, but before that happens we're going to have quite a storm coming our way. not tonight though. partly cloudy skies overnight, fairly mild conditions. a little cooler in the north bay where lows will drop into the upper 40s. tomorrow look for a day much like today with high clouds. it will be a bright sky but a hazy sky with temperatures ranging from upper 60s at coast and upper 60s in north bay to low 70s around the bay and low to mid 70s in most of the inland valley locations. let's talk about the storm. it ranks two on the storm impact scale, a storm of moderate intensity. it will arrive late tomorrow night and continue into early monday morning. it will produce moderate to
heavy rainfall with periods of hef heavy downpour also. up in the hills, the higher elevations, one to two inches of rain from the storm. windy gusting 15 to 20 miles per hour generally, but gusts up to 50 miles per hour in the highest elevations. here is forecast animation starting at noon tomorrow, at which point we will have partly cloudy skies. it will be bright, pleasant and dry. but late tomorrow night in the north bay bay we will see the first wave pushing on store in parts of mendocino and sonoma counties. by about midnight or 12:00 a.m. sunday we will see the rain more widespread. there will be widespread moderate to steady rain developing and sweeping down through the north bay. by 6:00 sunday morning this will be the picture. we will have a wide path of heavy rainfall drenching the central part of the bay area, the north bay, san francisco, parts of the peninsula, over into the east bay. later in the day on sunday, that cold front will sweep south ward. the south bay will get a heavy dose of rainfall along with
strong, gusty wind. cold air behind the front, and late sunday night into monday morning it will break into pockets of scattered showers. rainfall totals we project from about two-thirds of an inch to about an inch in the south bay, up along the bay shorelines we will see nearly an inch of rain at san mateo. about .8 of an inch in oakland. here in san francisco just over an inch, and in the north bay one two two inches of rainfall. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. the storm that ranks two on sunday will weaken to one on monday morning. at that point it will be scattered showers and partial clearing monday afternoon, and for the remainder of the week sunny skies and dryer and cooler weather coming our way. >> we can take that rain. >> i think so. get the umbrellas ready a different kind of ball rolled into the warriors'
a oh, me? so cute. the golden state warriors welcomed intergalactic guest at today's practice. "star wars" droid bb 8 turned heads as it rolled into the performance center in oakland. the famous movie star was there to shoot a promo with the team to hype the "star wars" the last jedi before the december 15th release. abc 7 and lucas film are owned by disney. love it. >> i wonder if there's a guy with a remote control. >> how does it work? >> i don't know. i wish i was there to see it. no draymond, no durant, no sweat. just give the ball to steph. stuff curry, a torrid second quarter and a certain rookie had
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> the warriors were without draymond, who is resting his entire body. the rookie jordan bell made his first start. remember, chicago drafted bell and sold his rights to the doves. pachulia thinks he is a point guard. sichb points, six blocks. how about andre iguodala showing some young, spry legs at 33. steph and shaun livingston, corner three. splash. steph heating up, top of the
key. 13 in the quarter. the lead is now nine. steph strutting and starting to enter the zone. look at the hesitation. the drive, lefty finish, high off the glass, plus the foul. give me a shimmy on the floor. 22 and a quarter for the baby-faced assassin. got to feed steph. 25 in the quarter. 33 on the night. dubs put up 45 in the second period and romp 143-94 over lowly chicago. cal playing ucla in friday night football. both teams came in 5-6, needing this game to become bowl eligible. win or lose, justin wilcox done more than anybody expect he would in year one. josh rosen, maybe final college game. jordan, lastly, 12 receptions, 227 yards. rosen was shook up, didn't play in second half. cal down 17-9 in the third. fourth and two. look at this! patrick laird sky walking for a gain of 18. down to the one-yard line. he rushed for 178 yards.
ross bowers sneaked it in for the score. bears go for two and the tie. swing pass, tied at 17. ucla goes up again, cal respond again, 2:30 left. bowers and jordan veasey tiled at 27. in the final seconds, jj from 37 and that is your ball game. ucla wins 30-27, cal season ends at 5-7. to theize, sharks in vegas where martin jones was pulled just 10 seconds into the second period and the sharks were down 4-1. team teal, three goals in the third period. the row bound tied at four and in over time bad luck for the sharks, brent burns broke his stick, had to leave the ice so the sharks a man short. the puck ricochets off the skate of joe thornton. play reviewed and upheld. sharks fall 5-4 in ot. abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> wow. >> a busy night in sports. >> no kidding.
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