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hilive where you live, thiss "abc7 news." >> we were up on a mountain and we almost fell off of it trying to get to our children. >> a terrifying start to the day in hawaii, as people were fearing they were just minutes away getting hit by a missile. good evening. >> the big story tonight, everyone seems to be talking about the false alert that had a missile headed for hawaii. >> this is not a drill. take immediate action measures. repeat, the u.s. pacific command has detected a missile threat to hawaii. >> the alert went out on social media to cell phone push alerts after 8:00 this morning. this led people to panic. some running in the streets, fearing a missile from north korea. about 40 minutes later, another alert went out saying the warning about a ballistic missile was a fake, and tonight,
the governor of hawaii is apologizing. >> what happened today was totally unacceptable, and many in our community was deeply affected by this. and i'm sorry. i'm too very angry and disappointed that this happened. >> while the message may have been fake, it might have uncovered a real problem that investigators are looking into. the governor says some people did not get the message on their cell phones. >> plenty of tourists were caught off guard. >> a san francisco couple had just started their honeymoon there. >> reporter: what started as a dream destination wedding in hawaii quickly turned into a nightmare for phil and katie. the couple, from san francisco, was rattled by a terrifying alert that a ballistic missile was headed their way. >> this is not a drill. take immediate action measures.
>> reporter: they spoke with us saturday afternoon via face time. >> in this moment of anxiety, you just try to stay calm and alert as much as you can. there's this feeling of helplessness because it's out of your control. >> reporter: they got the aharming news while eating breakfast in their hotel. phil says it did cross his mind that they could die. the couple just exchanged vows january 8th. >> a wedding symbolizing a new beginning and new chapter. so there's so much more to look forward as we begin our life together. and it was scary to know that perhaps that could be cut short at any moment. >> yeah. i think one of my first thoughts are, are you kidding me? this is day four. >> reporter: katie says they did their best to stay calm, but saw other people crying and
panicking. finally, staff announced it was a false alarm. >> how did you feel? >> i was like, whew! >> reporter: they say it was all confusing. they hope this serves as a wakeup call to be prepared in case of a real threat. the alert was a nerve-racking way to start life as a married couple, but they say they're happy to be alive and are going to try to enjoy the rest of their honeymoon. alyssa harrington, "abc7 news." this video shoes more of the confusion following the false alarm. you can see a man telling a girl to climb down a manhole. we have seen other videos like this one earlier of people running in the streets. cal oes says checks and balances are in place to prevent it from happening here. >> tiffany wilson is live with that part of the story. tiffany? >> reporter: eric, most alerts here in california are weather related. and cal oes says a statewide alert would be very rare, and it
would require multiple people's input before something was sent out. that means one person could not hit the wrong button and start a panic like we saw in hawaii today. just the push of a button and panic for more than a million people in hawaii. brad alexander says california's alert system could not be triggered by one person hitting the wrong computer key. >> there's no single person in a silo making a decision. it's a collaborative effort on any incident. >> reporter: the multiple layers of accountability are a priority for senator jerry hill. he rent krily co-authored a new bill to beef up the state's alert system after so many people failed to receive a warning about the north bay wildfires. >> you need a process where it needs a couple of people to make the decision, so you don't have a false alarm. >> reporter: hill feels the mistake in hawaii could reduce trust in alert systems in general. >> when the next one comes that
isn't a mistake, will people believe it? they lose a lot of credibility when you have just one false alarm. and that's really a problem. >> reporter: however, he sees the silver lining in today's fiasco. hill thinks it's a reminder that everyone needs to make an emergency response plan. cal oes agrees. >> you should be aware where are you going to go, does your car have gas? do you have money? because some of the infrastructure could be down during an emergency. we have all kinds of natural and man made risks in california, and we encourage folks to have an emergency plan. >> reporter: in san francisco, tiffany wilson, "abc7 news." now, "abc7 news" first alerted people that the ballistic missile threat was a mistake through the free "abc7 news" app. we sent a push alert this morning at 10:52. new at 11:00, a rescue effort saving a young woman
stuck on the side of a cliff in san francisco tonight. "abc7 news" was there as firefighters used an intricate system of ropes and pulleys to hoist the victim to safety. look how intense the rescue was to bring her up the cliff. the rescue started at around 5:00 p.m. the victim was not hurt. the fire department warns people to avoid areas of danger when enjoying the outdoors. >> this is winter. everything is moist, but had there been more rain, this could have been more treacherous. >> firefighters are also dangerous to the well trained personnel who have to repel down to save people. an update to a story we told you last night on "abc7 news." police made an arrest in an attack on a popular walnut creek trail. last night, police revealed this surveillance video of the suspect. they said he grabbed a woman on the iron horse trail, and tried to kiss her.
today an officer familiar with the case spotted 35-year-old jeremy mickens at the safeway. police arrested him. the victim identitied him and he's been booked. a call about a suspected drug deal ended with police shooting and killing the suspect. police approached the suspect drug dealer who was sitting in his car, and they noticed a gun in the center console. at first, the man followed their instructions, but then reached for gun. that's when an officer fired. the suspect is a 43-year-old man from antioch. two boys have been arrested for trying to steal a laptop from a b.a.r.t. rider. the suspects grabbed the computer from the victim and dropped it and when the rider grabbed it, they tried to swipe it a second time. but as they tried to run away, they dropped the computer again. police arrested both. one was cited and released to a parent. the other booked into juvenile
hall. residents protested against a planned location of a methadone treatment center. "abc7 news" was at richmond civic center where residents there held a rally to urge local leaders to prevent the baart clinics program to move to this location. residents fear the clinic will impact their quality of life. >> it's going to increase crime levels. we already have a huge problem with homelessness. that problem is going to be exacerbated by the methadone clinic. >> officials say the city has no role in the relocation proposal but will have to decide whether to issue a land use permit for that location. bay area members of congress met today to talk about what lawmakers call the negative impacts of the republican tax plan.
"abc7 news" was there when nancy pelosi called the tax plan a scam. representative thomas says the rich will benefit the most at the expense of the poor and mittle class. >> any benefit that will accrue to individuals is going to be done in a few years. and the richest people in the country are going to benefit greatly, and the corporate benefits are permanent. >> thompson says the plan adds $2.3 trillion to the national debt. "abc7 news" was at laney college where congresswoman barbara lee held an open house to talk about the gop tax plan. she called it a teach-in, and she too termed the tax plan as a tax scam. representative lee says what's include willed hurt the most vulnerable americans. >> we have to get organized so that we can begin to try to unravel it. because it's definitely going to hurt so many people. it's also setting the stage for deep cuts in medicare, medicaid and social security. >> republicans argued the tax plan also give more money to the
middle class. they point to major u.s. companies like walmart and some airlines raising wages and giving bonuses to employees because of the gop tax plan. new developments tonight puts a deadly mudslide in southern california, the death toll is now at 19. the sheriff's office says they found the body of a woman one day after finding the body of her sister. rescue crews are still looking for the five people who are still missing. for those involved in the search for victims, they're trying to wrap their heads around what happened and what they're up against. >> that first day, tuesday morning, was very surreal. we couldn't really comprehend the devastation until we got to the area and saw areas of homes wiped out and just rubble and debree everywhere. >> crews have moved into hard-hit montecito to restore power there. many roads are still closed because of all the mud. still ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00, for a moment, it looks like we were just days of seeing
the return of the big wave competition. why organizers decided not to hold the contest next week. big questions for those who could be losing their temporary protected status in the u.s. the meeting that took place today in the bay area. i hollered, you need to stop, you need to stop. a scary situation as police chase after a greyhound bus after passengers say there's a man threatening to kill them. what we now know about the suspect. a live look outside san francisco. you can see it is now 51 degrees. the fog has moved into the bay area, so cool for some. warm for others. and rain for
we're going to have to wait a little longer for the return of the famous mavericks big wave surf contest. organizers hoped they could hold it this coming tuesday, but they've scratched those plans tonight, because the conditions along the coast just are not favorable at the moment. the window to hold the competition is open through the end of february. immigrants from el salvador under the temporary protected status program gathered today to learn what could happen next as protection comes to an end next year. legal experts and community organizers this afternoon. today's meeting also sought to get congress involved to pass a legislative solution. the status was granted to the nationals in the u.s. after devastating earthquakes in the country in 2001. >> please allow us to stay here. it's been 17 years. we just -- please keep us and let us be part of this -- keep being part of the community.
>> an estimated 195,000 tps holders are salvadorens. 49,000 live in california. the department of homeland security has given them to september of 2019 to leave the u.s. the top candidates for governor of california faced off in a spirited debate in los angeles. health care ignited an intense exchange between gaven newsom and the mayor. >> you know, by the way, the press is here. he said he's always been for single payer. you were discussing again and again and again, because in orange county you weren't for single payer. the first time you went to the nurses, you were for single payer. then you said you were against it. three or four times in the last six months you said you were for it or against it. now you're doubling down and saying you're for it. >> that's just factually untrue.
that was specific to the details -- it is misleading. [ overlapping speakers ] >> we need to have a growing economy so all of you can afford your own wonderful quality health care, and not have to rely on the politicians to hand it out to you if you're good boys and girls. >> also taking part today were democrats john chung and easton. actor mark wahlberg will donate $1.5 million in film fees to the sexual misconduct offense initiative "time's up." he collected the fee because scenes of the upcoming film "all the money in the world" has to be reshot after kevin spacey was fired. his co-star michelle williams made less than $1,000 for the reshoots. that fee will be in her name. time now for a check on the forecast. let's see when the rains are
going to be here. >> lisa? >> we're going to see several days of rain. in fact, it's looking pretty good, opening the storm door for the week ahead. hive doppler 7 checking out the fog, the low clouds, poor visibility up in the north bay. just three quarters of a mile, santa rosa. three miles in livermore. it's been cool and gray. we had the late-day sun. but then the easterly winds kept it gusty and only in the low 50s. in livermore, 70s down in the south bay. tomorrow, another bay where the easterly winds and that late-day fog is going to keep numbers cool in parts of the day. 51 san francisco. 48 in mountain view. 45 in gilroy. 55 on the coast. at this vantage point, yeah, hooks pretty good. but temperatures dropping, fog in the north day. 42 santa rosa. 50 in napa, as well as the delta. temperatures did not want to budge today over by the delta and in fairfield. that's what happens when we get that fog,serly breeze.
so areas of dense fog again tonight. just patches of it. north and east bay primarily. then we'll see a sunny and mild south bay, cooler for the north and east bay. and a wet pattern starts monday. then a break and more rain. igh surf advisory, 13 to 15 feet northwesterly swells and these waves could peak at 20, 23 feet. so going to be dangerous from the north coast all the way down upper 30s in parts of the north bay. looking at numbers in the mid 40s, so a chilly start no matter where you are. the next several hours, tomorrow morning is going to be cheer. and by 3:00 in the afternoon, notice the increasing clouds. we get to your holiday on monday, a clear start, and then more clouds, thicker clouds by the end of the day. i would say about 4:00 we have some showers that are flirting with the north bay. but at 7:00, they begin to push
and sag to the south. it's going to be a light system, a one. primarily monday night ending early tuesday, looking at rainfall amounts scaling back now about a quarter of an inch, maybe half inch in the north bay. on monday evening, 8:00, this is when the rain will push through overnight, 1:00 a.m. you can see some heavier showers. and then as you get into your tuesday morning, 6:00 is almost over. it's a chilly system, some snow in the sierra nevada, and trace amounts in the south bay. quarter of an inch in the north bay. and highs tomorrow, kind of cool over the east bay hills in the low 60s. upper 60s in the south bay. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we've got the mildest day tomorrow, you download our accuweather app and keep track of the showers in your neighborhood, with live doppler 7 hd, and we have 1s across the board except for wednesday. by the time we get to the end of the week, it's going to feel
hike winter. the good news is, we'll get some sierra snow. and we haven't had much of it. >> chilly showers on thursday. if you know what that means. no golf. >> oh, sorry. >> lisa, thank you very much. still ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00, it's back to earth for spacex and its cargo craft. okay mcdonald's. i see your one, two and three dollar deals. tell you what, i'll raise you five. introducing value jack's way. five great ways to save. like i tell jack jr., it's all about big values, jr. prices. that's value jack's way. woman: so, greg, it's a lot to take in. woman 2: and i know that's hard to hear, but the doctors caught it early. hi, blake! my dad has cancer. woman: and i know how hard that is to hear. but you're in the right place. man: and dr. pascal and her team, they know what to do. they know what to do. the doctors know what to do.
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steph curry back. draymond green, 2 of his 14. kevin durant misses that, but green finds him shortly thereafter for the alley-oop. warriorses shot 71% from the field. but toronto dominated the second half. led by demar derosen. derosen made it a one-point game, but durant ices it with this jumper. warriors win 127-125, winning their 14th straight on the road. sharks hosting the coyotes. san jose, three goals in the first. logan couture hits the wide open net. 3-2, sharks. second period, sharks led 4-3 after two. coyotes took the lead in the third. but 16 seconds left, this game
goes to overtime. in the extra game. joe sharks win it 6-5. >> it's going to have a chance, and tonight a lot of guys stepped up. >> yeah, it was nice. i felt like i haven't scored in a while, so nice to get a couple tonight. i hope i can score more in the future. >> every game is important. the first one, 80th one, every game is important. it's all about getting points and climbing the standings. nfl playoffs. titans and patriots. a quick shovel pass to james white ties it at 7-7. 21-7 at the half. brady with three touchdowns. patriots had 31 first downs. fourth quarter, brady to gronkowski. brady, the oldest quarterback to
he ever quinn a playoff game. 35-14 the final. they'll face the tomorrow of the steelers-jaguars matchup. eagles and atlanta. 6-3, philly after the missed extra point. eagles down 10-9 at the half. 1:05 left in the game. matt ryan looking for jones, who falls, gets back up. pass through his hands and the eagles win 15-10. they'll host the vikings or saints in the nfc championship game. coming up, college hoops and a complete look at reaction of today's divisional games. >> okay, shu, thank you. news" at 11:00, including
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firefighters used a rope and pulley system to hoist her to safety. today's rescue should serve as a reminder to stay away from the cliff sides. police made an arrest in the sexual assault of a woman on the iron horse trail. police say he grabbed a woman on the trail, dragged her, and tried to kiss her. the number of dead in southern california mudslides has risen to 19 after the sheriffs department found a body of a woman. five people are still missing. many roads remain closed. in paradise, the hawaiian islands, many woke up to a text alert or saw it on tv, a message warning of a missile headed their way. >> they found out 38 minutes later the threat was not real. cornell bernard has reaction. >> this is where we stayed after
we prepared. >> reporter: valley turner shows us where she headed with her family after getting a scary alert on her phone, which said ballistic missile threat inbound to hawaii. seek immediate shelter. this is not a drill. >> i was overwhelmed with just the thought that there's a missile coming on the way. i don't know where to go or what to do. >> reporter: she got her two kids to a downstairs bathroom. >> i felt really scared and ran downstairs and just sat this and prayed to god. >> reporter: most of hawaii got the same alert. ron was on the last day of his vacation when he got the scary news. >> my wife and daughter and her girlfriends were in tears. >> i'm here trying to drink a my tie and now i'm afraid for my laugh. >> reporter: hotel staff said to shelter in your room. >> i want an evacuation plan,
what should we be doing? >> reporter: these tourists were told to seek shelter in the basement. >> i was so scared. >> reporter: it took almost 40 minutes before the public was told the cell phone alert was a mistake. it happened when a worker at the hawaii emergency management agency hit the wrong button, prompting this apology from the governor. >> this should not have happened. we are investigating the sequence of events that occurred. >> reporter: molly watson is on her way to kawaii. she's glad it was only a false alerm but it really scared her relatives. >> they were terrified. they had friends being sent to bomb shelters. >> reporter: cornell bernard, "abc7 news." and take a look at what happened on a university campus. students panicked after getting the false alarm and started running. this is from the university of hawaii. some students said their first instinct was to jump out of bed,
grab necessities and call their loved ones. the white house issued a statement about the false alarm. the deputy press secretary wrote, the president has been briefed. this was purely a state exercise. new details now in the killing oh of a southern california college student. a friend who was the last person to see him alive is under arrest. the body was found in a grave at the park where he was reported missing. investigators say dna evidence has linked the man to burnstein's death. they knew each other from high school. investigators are now trying to piece together what led up to the killing. burnstein went to school in pennsylvania and was home visiting parts. a skiry si scary situation a greyhound bus that triggered a police chase across state lines. >> reporter: tonight, a suspect in custody accused of prompting
a massive police pursuit. >> that's insane. >> reporter: while threatening passengers on this greyhound bus. some of the 37 people on board that bus traveling from milwaukee to chicago around 10:00 friday night calling police. the bus not pulling over, leading to a high-speed chase. >> the bus driver had no idea this was happening. >> reporter: officers from wisconsin and illinois shutting down the highway in both directions, throwing down stop sticks. the greyhound coming to a stop. >> they made us get off one by one, had guns to us. >> reporter: police arresting this 33-year-old. they say the undocumented immigrant from mexico is charged with making terroristic threats and disorderly conduct. >> this is a situation that could have went a different direction. we dodged a bullet. >> reporter: police say no one was hurt and they did not find a
weapon. marci gonzalez, "abc7 news." wild winter weather continues across much of the country tonight. a coastal storm is causing temperatures to drop in the northeast, as millions are under a flood watch. southern states like louisiana and parts of texas are getting snow, ice, and freezing rain, and in tennessee, the wild weather can be blamed for a passive pile-up there. the temperatures are expected to stick around through next week. >> i miss that weather. >> not at all. still ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00, it's a big debut for a baby panda. the history this company that drew officials from china to chance. a little different rest nation project going on in the bay area. the new effort to save the salmon with a different tactic. >> good evening, everyone. i'm in for drew tonight. we have fog moving in. one more try day until the rain comes back. in fact, it looks like a good
well, a highly anticipated and adorable debut in france today. a first baby panda born in the country made its public appearance south of paris. the cub's name means "accomplishment of a dream." the event was a big deal. chinese officials attended, including the vice foreign minister who flew in from beijing. nearly 200 adult coho salmon have a new home. >> all of it an effort to boost the population. wayne freedman has more on the restoration efforts. >> reporter: if you assume that all biology experiments take place in a lab, then you missed a good show in the parking lot here this morning at muir beach. coho salmon returning to nature
in what biologists call a hatchery intervention. >> i don't want salmon to go extinct. >> reporter: he helped design an experiment designed to save the salmon in redwood creek. fish and wildlife pulled them out of the creek in the summer of 2015 when they were this big. they spent their entire lives in a hatchery, never been in the ocean. it's a matter of survivability. you're making life easy for them. >> in a way we are. the 200 fish we collected, if we had left them in the creek, chances are one or two or three would have returned. >> reporter: volunteers returned almost 200 back to the creek, one at a time. >> we gently lower them into the water. >> reporter: from here, they'll move upstream and hopefully spawn and return their
population to sustainability. call it a modern twist on an ancient spectacle. wayne freedman, "abc7 news." >> if you want to enjoy the outdoors, better do it soon. >> or take an umbrella with you. here's lisa. >> we have another mostly dry day tomorrow. a live look right now, and you see a lot of cloud cover out there. the visibility is certainly getting reduced in livermore. santa rosa is about a mile. better elsewhere. but once the fog moves out tomorrow, some sunshine. but hook for the next seven days to be, yes, using that umbrella. the system is coming in after that, looks to be pretty cold. opposite of that, tomorrow will be the upper 60s in san jose. the warmest day of the week. we'll drop with increasing clouds for the holiday, looking at the mid 60s. look at the end of the week in
san jose. 50s for highs. the rest of the bay area tomorrow under hazy sunshine, with the chimild numbers from morgan hill to santa cruz. the warmest and sunniest day tomorrow for some. and then the on and off rain showers coming into play. but by the end of the week, things could get interesting with stronger systems, colder systems, and feeling more like winter. >> compared to the rest of the country and the winter they're having -- >> we'll take it. if only i could play golf on thursday. shu is here with sports. we have your complete highlights and reactions from the nfl. and what is former warrior o'donnell foyle doing on it's time for sleep number's 'lowest prices of the season' on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort, your sleep number setting. does your bed do that? right now our queen c4 mattress is only $1199.
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divisional playoff weekend in the nfl. winners move on. patriots hosting the titans, who were not ready for primetime. they did draw first blood, though. marcus mariota threw two two two touchdowns. the first to corey davis. nce one-handed grab. he's good. 7-0, tennessee. but that was hit. tom brady and the patriots, three touchdowns in the second quarter. first, a quick shovel pass to james white. 7-7 ball game. and then four yards to chris hogan. 21-7 pats at the half. third quarter, brandon boldin, an easy two-yard run. 28-7, pats. they had 31 first downs. fourth quarter, brady to gronkowski. oldest quarterback to win a m f playoff game at 40. they'll face the winner of
tomorrow's steelers-jaguars game. >> we don't take it for granted around here. we're very mess eblessed to be . it takes a lot of hard work and a lot of great blessings. our team has prompt we can win important games against good teams and we did that tonight. that's why you keep moving on. >> eagles without carson wentz.e second quarter, fourth and goal, eagles down three. plou blount gets the carry. 6-3, philly after the missed extra point. matt ryan gets spun around, four yard touchdown pass. atlanta up 10-6. 22 seconds left in the half, philly in their own territory. nick foles, this one should have
been picked. this is a gain of 20. that leads to a 53-yard field goal attempt. eagles down 10-5 at the half. eagles win it 15-10. h >> get the stop, get the stop. just find a way, whether it's pressure on the quarterback or stop the run or whatever was going to happen, find a way to get it done. >> the biggest thing in our locker room, we believe in one another. john gruden hired tom cable as his offensive line coach. he coached the raiders back in 2007 and 2008, going dpr earlier we saw the sharks defeat the coyotes in an overtime thriller on warriors
night at the tank. the sharks handed out special jerseys to the fans in attendance, and the players wore ws jerseys for warmups. donnell foyle got to drop the ceremonial first puck. >> we sell all of our teams in the bay area. to have the crossover night, i think you want to show that camaraderie with all the teams. we're supporting all the bay area teams. this is my first puck drop. i was worried about messing it up and falling on the ice. because there's too many cameras around, but i did a good job. >> of course, you can see him on atg with us. gales improving their win streak to 12 games. st. mary's improving to 17-2. 6-0 in conference play. they win 91-67. stanford against washington.
stanford up four in the second half. reed travis, nice pass for the two-handed jam. davis hits the trhree. he had 16. stanford now 4-1 in conference play. 73-64 that final. this sports report brought to you by river rock casino. >> stanford numbers kind of muted. muted. thank you, shu. okay mcdonald's. i see your one, two and three dollar deals. tell you what, i'll raise you five. introducing value jack's way. five great ways to save. like i tell jack jr., it's all about big values, jr. prices. that's value jack's way. it's time for sleep number's 'lowest prices of the season' on the only bed that adjusts on both sides to your ideal comfort your sleep number setting.
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