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cue the fog horns again. it will be hard to see this morning. no dense fog advisories yet, but prepare for a heavy dose on your drive to work. >> it looks dense enough to me. good morning on this wednesday, december 12th. >> slightly better than yesterday, i guess. let's check with with meteorologist mike nicco. it looks like yesterday. >> it is not quite as widespread
as yesterday. there is no dense fog advisory. thickest fog from novato to petaluma. visibility less than a quarter mile. mile. that will lift faster today. one of those cars is facing the wrong way. it sounds like they are calling for an ambulance. we just got calls about it. the bay bridge. definitely getting foggier into san francisco. i don't have any dense fog advisories issued by chp this
morning either. next traffic update 10 after. thanks, alexis. new develops about the beauty county camp fire. >> pg&e discovered damaged electrical equipment where the fire started, including bullet holes. the utility company disclosed that in a letter last night. it includes details about bullet holes and downed power pole and fallen hook. east bay times reports they found worn-out parts and snapped trees on top of downed wires. an official cause of the fire has not been released. 86 people died. camp fire survivors are now suing pg&e. two lawsuits were filed onpubli equipment in a way that helps to prevent wildfires. she is a plaintiff in one of the suits. >>? it's their fault, i want them to
make it right. i saw a big plume coming up over the mountain. i ran in and called my mother and i said there's a huge fire out here. i don't know if i'll see you again or not, but i'm going to try. >> a spokesperson said pg&e is aware of the lawsuits and focused on restoring power. >> it has been one year since being stunned by the death of ed lee. today a celebration of his life at city hall. >> it starts in just a few hours. preparations are right now under way. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live at city hall. amy. >> reporter: hi. good morning, jessica. they will honor him later this morning just outside the mayor's office. this is not the only tribute this month. chinatown. several hundred people gathered at portsmouth square. he was the first asian-american
mayor. also this month he was inducted into the california hall of fame. his daughter brianna accepted the recognition on behalf of the family saying it has been a very emotional and difficult year. lee died a year ago today from heart failure. he was 65 years old. people who worked with him at city hall say he will be remembered for what he did for the city's infrastructure and his fight for affordable housing. they say he will be remembered fondly for always having a smile on his face and his sometimes corny jokes. today's event will include elected officials, former employees of lee, and his family. it is all set to start at 8:30. reporting live in san francisco, th amyllyfield, abc 7 news. surfe identified. >> a go fund me page to support his family has raised more than $100,000. officials say 43-year-old jay
drowned friday afternoon. he worked at oat, a company owned by verizon. his co-workers started this go fund me page. in two days, it raised more than $126,000. more details at abc7news.com. two women caught on video trashing a san francisco restaurant during santacon now have surrendered to police. 21-year-old natalie alcantar from san francisco and 21-year-old pacifica resident hannah bowman were booked for felony vandalism and battery. the pair turned themselves in after seeing the video saturday night on local news stations. a $25,000 reward is offered for information lead to go an arrest in burglaries in reap know and sparks areas. they found some of the stolen firearms in vallejo. the latest burglary was monday.
800-atf-guns. president trump would senior intervening in the justice department's case again chinese executive if it could help in a trade deal with china. this is new video this morning of huawei executive being released on bail in canada. she has been accused of violating u.s. sanctions with iran. the judge ordered she be tracked by a security firm. the foreign minister has no information on that suspect. a data breach affecting 500 million marriott hotel guests. marriott discovered it at starwood hotels like westin back in september. it started at least four years ago. hackers stole everything from credit cards to passport numbers. marriott is offering identity theft monitoring. fortune reports they will also
pay for passport replacements for guests. officials in west virginia are redoubling efforts to find three people inside an abandon said coal mine. >> reporter: time is running out as teams urgently begin another early morning search for three people believed to be lost in an abandoned coal mine. four people entered the mine allegedly looking for cop ermine. 24 hours later, they were reported missing. then one man got out. they are known to have very little oxygen and lethal amounts little oxygen and lethal amounts on of dangerous gases. in a desperate race against the search area using an alternativ
missing people before it is too late. all right. never more than 7 minutes away fr accuweather forecast. a look at some of the temperatures around san francisco. let's see how much warmer we are today. 3 degrees in san francisco. double digits in palo alto, concord, fairfield, novato, ukiah. sunny side, 48. 46 in sunset. the cool spots. everybody else low to mid-50s in san francisco. we have temperatures in the 40s around san leandro and richmond. 49 in santa clara. 50, walnut creek. 45 in pleasanton. 46 in pittsburg. today, exercising, just a little bit of dew and fog. on the bay, we have fog. on the beaches, cloudy. east bay, foggy through 8:00, 49. sun breaks out at 10.
60 at 2:00. peniula, samehi. 51, a little bit of fog. upper 50s during the afternoon hours. down to 49 at 8:00. sunshine faster in the south bay. 61 at 2:00. back down to 50 under the stars at 8:00. chance of rain friday. this is alexis. good morning, mike. so far so good here for the morning commute. with one exception. we have a collision reported northbound 101 before cadle stick. not a lot of new details. two vehicles involved in the crash. two right lanes blocked. one vehicle facing the wrong way in the two right lanes. chp and ambulance just arriving. it is not causing any backup so far this morning. taking you out to central valley. tracy, 11 miles per hour on 205. 12 on 580. and heavy traffic on the eastbound side c dueal fire's cg after 30 years on the job and
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our weekend is trending weather starting with 50% coverage of rain friday. scattered showers saturday. 30%. look at that. 85% coverage of rain. and i think we will probably have to up that to 100%. that will linger into monday with a 40% chance. an hour by hour look coming up. >> raiders owner mark davis calls the federal lawsuit against the team and nfl meritless and malicious. davis tells espn he would not have any further comment on that matter. yesterday the city of oakland did just that. officials say they want to recover damages from the teams theuit t am ed in concert to
disregard efforts to keep the team in oakland. >> how is the fan base? are you making money? in each substance allowing oak manned to move violates those criteria. >> the raiders do not have a lease to play anywhere next season. the city is including reno, los angeles, glendale, arizona. mckopbddonald's is setting r standards for its beef supply. health experts say antibiotics given to animals affect human health. it is doing research now and will set antibiotic reduction r
withagency. he says california should consider banning home construction in the areas prone to vulnerable areas should expand to nearby subdivisions. yesterday's proposal of charging people leaving and entering treasure island got delayed. the toll would be 3.50 tkhru$3 the peak hours on the weekend. $2 during the week. and free othereareanow home to fewer than 2,000 people. there are plans to add 20,000
residents in the next 20 years, along with stores. and here's what it might look e service, increase muni service, and launch ac transit service to oakland. tolls would help pay for those projects. there are people in need during this gift-giving season. >> abc 7 news reporter kate larson granted a special they are busy making 18,000 wishes come true. just get to put the cherry on top for the holidays. >> the secret santa coordinator works with 125 sonoma county nonprofits to collect holiday wishes from those in need. >> making sure people have a gift or food and maybe just make
their seasons a little brighter. >> for the first time in 40 years, secret santa is now online with a new website. if you can't get to a gift dropoff location in sonoma county, donate money to the website. >> sometimes what they need is money for prescriptions. >> sharon willis downy works for st. joseph health. she helps people struggling because of a cancer diagnosis. >> we have saved people from having to move out of their homes because we paid rent. >> when you go to the website, you can adopt a letter like this one from a single mom who wants gifts for her children. or adopt a heart. 8-year-old isaac wants a bike and scooter. maria is 100 and asks for a sexy man calendar. wish granted. >> she got it. >> she certainly did. kate larson reporting.
they reached out and sent an autographed version. thousands of wishes that still need to be you can pick a present off santa's list. you never know what you will find on there and what people want. sometimes it is as easy as a calendar. >> you can still enjoy it even in your 90s. >> very popular where she lives. can i come by and see what today's date is. oh, isn't that special. the fog is a little juicier this morning. you may need to use the windshield wipers once in a while. fog thicker on the richmond is side of the richmond-san rafael bridge. milder this afternoon. milder this afternoon. the mist is the warm air
infused. a chance of steady rain friday and sunday's storm is trending stronger. temperatures are warmer than yesterday. 58 to 62 degrees. and tonight will be cooler than this morning. mid-40s for the bay. let's jump to noon friday. getting off work, what are you going to do? the last great weekend to do holiday shopping. light by 4:00. your commute coming a little dicier than the rest of us. dicier than the rest of us. it kind of falls apart at 00. tomorrow l the brightest and
warmest day. a 1 on our storm impact scale. sunday, 2, moderate. >> lexis. we are starting to fill in here at the bay bridge toll plaza. we are definitely seeing a little bit of fog. as far as i know, we don't have the metering lights on yet. i have not gotten official word from chp. that should happen any minute now. we have the fog. it's not as widespread or as dense as yesterday. here's the visibility layer on top of the traffic maps. penngrove, novato, san rafael, a lot of fog on 101. thick in areas in the north bay. 680, walnut creek to dublin, 14 minutes. santa rosa to san francisco, well under an hour at 49 minutes. highway 1 to los gatos, 22 minutes. facebook employees are expected back at home after part of its menlo park headquarters had to be evacuated because of a
bombolice dog sniffed for any signs of explosives. firefighters flew a drone too. an anonymous threat was called in to new york city. no explosives were found. we have learned at tenant has moved into the salesforce tower in san francisco. >> wework provides shared workspaces for tech and start-ups. wework is the city's fourth largest office tenant. the company has other offices in san francisco, as well as offices around the bay area. in the north bay, people in marin county will be able to let county government workers know how they are doing on a job. it asks what issues the county
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yesterday neuer as thick. you can see 101, 880. may have to use the windshield wipe erls. the rain starts to come in through the weekend. >> number three, driving conditions will be better for you today. one significant incident on the board. that is northbound 101 and brisbane before candle stick. emergency crews are on the scene. >> number four, michael cohen faces sentencing for lying to congress and campaign finance laws. he appears before a federal judge in new york this morning. >> number five, san francisco mayor london breed will host a celebration of life for late mayor ed lee. he passed away one year ago today. and today's celebration starts at 8:30 this morning at city hall. >> number six, mountain view has approved the demolition to make way for luxury units. live
before the teardown. beats legend will perform. a spectacular but terrifying moment for a new zealand swimmer. >> yeah. a drone video captures three killer whales trailing the swimmer in hahei beach. judy thought the killer whales were dolphins until she saw the color of her backs. she was wearing a black wetsuit and hoped they would not mistake her for a seal and attack. they swam alongside her for a couple of minutes. eventually they did swim away. that is terrifying. >> oh, my gosh. it seems like she is keeping relatively calm. she just keeps swimming. i would have been panicking. >> well, it is hard to see her face. >> but the fact that she is still able to do a stroke s. i would gi up good-bye.
it is 5:30 a.m. it looks like yesterday. >> it does. it does in many areas. there is a difference. a, the fog is not as widespread. and it is juicer. there is drizzle. don't be surprised if the streets are a little more damp. 46 to 54. upper 50s at on i wodn't spris t aore 60s.o 53 . alalright. gooding, mike. as soon as i said metering lights weren't on yet, they turned on. that happened atnto the maze. unless of course you're using the carpool lanes. we had a decent amount of fog a
short time ago. highway 4 to the maze, 17 minutes. 10 across the bay bridge. san francisco to sfo, still looking good, in the green at 9 minutes. breaking news in san francisco this morning. roads are blocked off at bush and leavenworth because of a hit and run investigation. an adult woman was crossing bush street this morning when she got hit by a dark colored car. that driver left the scene. the woman taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. >> now to the south bay, defeat for tenants trying to stay in their homes. >> the latest example of our hous dicati me tim an effort to bay area. amanda del castillo is live in mountain view. amanda >> reporter: despaoeurt hours of pleas of people living at the
apartment complex, here along rock street, those residents will have to leave their homes and relocate by the end of next year. mountain view city council voted to allow the eviction of 75 tenants, including 30 children. developers will move forward with the demolition of their rent-controlled apartment building to make way for 15 new luxury townhomes. people here pay $2,000 a month to rent two bedroom apartments which would typically cost $3,400 in mountain view. they will cost $1.3 million apiece. >> for me it is so unjust to live in a community where the people with only the highest almost will be able to live. >> i'm concerned the rent is going to be too high. >> reporter: developers also agreed added condition they would not ask people to
relocate until the end of 2019. council voted after midnight this morning 4-3. i'm live in mountain view, amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. >> do you have ideas about building a better bay area? get involved in the conversation online. >> in france, the national security threat is at its highest. a manhunt is under way fort gunman who opened fire near a christmas market. he is said to be a 29-year-old man with a long criminal record. three people died, 13 hurt. a prosecutor's office said the shooting is being treated as a terrorist attack. >> police describe the suspect as an extremist. they searched his apartment just hours before the shooting an investigation for attempted murder. president trump tweeted saying another very bad terror attack
in france. we are going to strengthen our borders even more. chuck and nancy must the votes to get additional border security. and president trump's push for border security comes one day after a dramatic showdown inside after a dramatic showdown inside the oval office. >> the president met with chuck schumer and nancy pelosi to talk about ways to avoid a government shutdown on december 21st. the ongoing sticking point, border wall funding. during the meeting, president trumppesi's ongoing battle to g the speaker's gavel in the next congress. pelosi quickly chimed in on that. >> i also know nancy is in a sway where it's not easy for her to talk right now. and i understand that. and i fully understand that. we are going to have a good
discussion. and we will see what happens. but we have to have border security. >> mr. president, please don't characterize the strength i have in this meeting as the leader of the house democrats who just won a big victory. >> after the meeting, pelosi told democrats in a closed door caucus meeting that the president's proposed border wall boils down to a manhood thing. in the east bay, new development in the ghost ship warehouse fire case. the defendants want the property's landlords and 11 oakland city officials arrested. they claim they are the ones responsible for the deadly december 2016 fire. court documents filed yesterday named a building inspector is and members of the fire and police departments. almena's and harris's attorneys said they knew about the dangerous living conditions inside the warehouse but took no action. they face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter. trial begins april 2nd.>orr san
superior court judge is asking supporters to help him pay for $135,000 of debt. our media partner, the mercury news, reports he sent an e-mail to supporters asking them to donate to his failed campaign by december 31st, until the end of this month. he is under court order to cover the legal bills of the critics who headed a campaign to recall him that he handed down to a former stanford athlete in a sexual assault case. he became the first california judge to be recalled in a judge to be recalled in a century. former trump lawyer michaelf to congress and violating campaign finance laws. cohen's lawyers want leniency pause he has cooperated with the mueller investigation. he told investigators his former boss directed him to make hush money payments to two women to
keep quiet about alleged affairs with mr. trump. senator kamala harris will stay on the judiciary committee next year. chuck schumer announced it on twitter yesterday. her spot was in jeopardy because the republicans have an expanded majority after the midterm elections. aol the "washington post" they decided to add another seat on the committee. harris will keep her spot and another g also join the pam. >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from my accuweather forecast. san rafael looki alike yeer low to mid-50s from san francisco to the peninsula in san jose. brentwood one of the cooler spots. napa, 44 degrees. golden gate bridge. maybe a little bit of a sheen on
the road this morning from some of the thicker fog that rolled through. a little miss and drizzle. watch out for that. the roads could be slick in isolated spots this morning. mass transit, milder this morning and this afternoon and foggy on the water. keeping our fingers crossed there he is no delays like yesterday. 44 at 8:00. 51 with sunshine, breaking out at 10:00. upper 50s to low 60s most of the afternoon. maybe get to 63 in a few spots. some of the warmer temperatures today. east bay, 47 this morning. 57 by noon. 47 at 8:00. mid to upper 50s with more sunshine than yesterday. mist and drizzle near the coast. let's bring in alexis and talk about the commute. >> we have a new problem in the tri-valley, just getting word about a sig-alert in the sunol area.
it looks like there is some debris there. a problem also in the brisbane area, 101 before candle stick. this is our only other significant issues. a spinout. definitely seeing a delay approaching the scene. you can see it from the sfo area. definitely you can plan on some delays. tracy, problems volume-wise. 9 to 19 miles per hour. heavy on eastbound 580 due to road work. that should go to 11:00 this morning. down to 14 miles per hour. breaking news in san francisco this morning. let's get back to that. roads blocked off around bush and leavenworth because of a hit and run investigation. amy hollyfield is live with details. hi, amy. >> hi, alexis. police are here waiting for
investigators to get here. they will be here for a while. this section is closed from bush to pine. and forcing pedestrians out into bush street to avoid this crime scene. slow down. be aware you may see pedestrianing walking in the treet. ago. they got the call at 3:30 this morning that a woman was hit by the hospital with life-threatening injuries. she was hit by a dark colored car. at this point they tell us they don't know whether she was in the crosswalk. they say they don't have any witnesses at this time. so if anyone was in the area at the time and saw anything, they are encouraging you to call police. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. this central california
we still have mist and fog out there. brighter and dryer, mid to d comfortable this afternoon, especially considering it is winter. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. palm springs, 75. no rain today anywhere. no snow in the sierra, at least not until we get through most of the weekend. >> sunday it will be a little dicey. monday, light snow also. mike, thank you. we're learning new details about a high school teacher who forcibly cut her student's hair. she was arrested after this video surfaced. she intended to give another student a haircut because he can be acting, quote, like a ding dong. he was a foreign exchange student living at her home. after seeing this video, the teacher told police she was
sorry his hair was cut, but it was already done. she said she was having a haircut day after an issue with cell phones in the class. >> hmm. >> a lot going on there. in the east bay, police are warning people about burglars posing as pg&e workers. >> one clerk rang the doorbell and asked the homeowner to let them into the backyard. the burglar entered the home and swiped a box of jewelry. the orinda police chief said don't allow anyone into your home that you don't know is coming. you can politely tell them to just hold on a minute, let me make a phone call to whatever company you say you're wit
>> reporter: for 20 years, the weimanns have decked out their concord home during the holiday season. >> we're hoping it's just kids or something like that and they will bring it >> the family says the countdown clock to christmas, attached to the dog house, was also stolen. they don't plan on going to police. if the decorations are not returned, they will just have to replace it themselves. san francisco will receive a $15 million grant from the federal government for the better market street project. the chronicle reports the department of transportation announced yesterday that it would get the funding for the first phase of the $604 million plan. the first phase focuses on market between 6th and 8th streets. improvements include roadway resurfacing and a new f-line street car turnaround loop. the warriors steph curry is responding to nasa's invitation
to tour its lunar lab with a sunglasses smile emoji tweet. conspiracy theories think nasa and hollywood staged the whole thing. we have been hearing that for a long time. astronaut scott kelly said this. steph, so much respect for you. but regarding the moon landing thing, let's talk. dm me. >> what does that emoji mean? >> cool. >> do you think he's going to go? >> i think he will accept it. okay, cool, i'll take it. a proposal to tax text messages. a vote next month for a proposal to tax your text messages. state regulators say the money would be used to support programs that provide phone services to the poor. it is unclear how much you would pay per message.
it could cost an extra $44 million a year. they also say it is unfair because services like facebook messenger and imessage wouldn't be hit with a new fee. aha. >> i think it would limit the amount of text messages i send. >> don't you use i messenger? >> yeah. >> another reason to have an apple exempt for the fact they are $1,000 a phone. >> interesting. if you texted the people you didn't want to be on the group messages on, i would be okay with that. emov heow myself.ng to figure >> me too. >> all group e-mails. >> especially when we are sleeping in the evening and it's buzz, buzz, buzz. >> don't contact us for any >> not after 7:00, that's for sure. good morning, everybody. here's a look at walnut creek. looking south at one of the areas that does not have fog. but there is fog and miss. a slick spot here or there.
partly cloudy to mostly is sunny this afternoon. fog will return tonight. rain likely friday through monday. temperatures milder today. 59 to about 62 degrees. it's that mild air coming in right now bringing us some of the mist and drizzle. don't will be cooler. we keep yo-yoing or roller coastering. low to mid-40s for the rest of the bay, into the coast. san francisco in the upper 40s. at noon friday, you can see the increase in clouds, the gray. light to moderate, green to yellow, moving into the north bay. by 4:00, steady and light rain. still in the north bay. some scattered showers very scattered out ahead of it. by 7:00, you can see it is starting to taper as it moves into the heart of the bay. into the evening hours, it falls apart. look what it does on the storm compact scale. just a 1. less rain saturday. a one. i wouldn't change any plans. buff sunday into monday, a moderate. then a light storm.
al lanes a sig-alert until jus a moment ago. state route 84. it sounds like a big rig lost a large amount of sheet metal scattered across the roadway. it sounds like unfortunately a couple vehicles hit that. they pushed it all off to the shoulder 6 miles per hour. heavy into sunol, pleasanton. i'm not sure what is up with with the color here. that should be in the red. tracy to dublin, 52 minutes. 1 hour 4 minutes dublin to mission boulevard. that is in the red for sure. it should start to improve shortly. 101 to cupertino, in the yellow at 16 minutes. a new issue in oakland as well. we will head there next. thanks,ex. >> ladies first. is new at 6:00, it may cost you
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4:00, showers. there you go. it falls apart through the rest of your neighborhoods. a misty, drizzly evening friday. yeah. you would like it to be better for a friday. compared to sunday, which i will show you next, this will be a walk in the park. reggie, jessica. new this morning, a warning from the better business bureau. >> shoppers are falling victim to false advertising. many of the ads offer risk-free trials. they may appear to be endorsed by familiar names but they're not. even members of the>> it makes have people think i'm leaving a job that i love to do something that i have no idea about. i feel so violated. >> i saw the ad stating that she was going to be leaving good morning america and working on her skin caroline. >> this woman says she bought
two items she thought were created by lara. she has nothing to do with the product, though. the company agreed to give the refund to that woman who purchased the products after she contacted the better business bureau. a full report is coming up on good morning america, including how to spot red flags when it comes to these types of fake endorsements. hertz is using fingerprinting and facial recognition technology to make representativing a c renting a car faster. you can rent the car in less than 30 seconds. it is in place at the airport in atlanta. hertz plans to expand to l.a.x., jfk and sfo. 30 seconds or less. >> it sounds good to me. i'm on board. taking a look at the roads will take you a lot more than 30 seconds to get through a couple of these areas. a new crash involving three vehicles northbound 880 before you get to 23rd avenue. the two far outside lanes, the fast lane and the slow lane, are
blocked in this situation. you can use 580 for an alternate if you're not in a big rig. northbound 101 before candle stick, this has been here over an hour. it has been pushed off to the shoulder. possibly a secondary crash behind that. working on confirming that with chp. i showed you the san rafael camera early this morning. there was no fog. it has settled in. thick fog throughout the north bay. not quite as widespread as yesterday. definitely will impact you this morning. drive with caution. speaking of the fog, let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco. >> a little moisture. it is misty, drizzly. you have to use the windshield wipers. it is 7:00 saturday morning. scattered showers as we head throughout the afternoon and evening hours. sunday, we wake up with steady light rain in the north bay. from 1:00 in the afternoon month 8:00, it becomes moderate to even heavy. by monday morning it is over.
it is going to leave about one to two inches of rain behind. that's why the storm is a two, moderate, on the storm impact scale. breaking news this san francisco. a hit and run leaves a woman in the hospital. the search is on right now to find her suspect. new details about the - ( phone ringing ) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program. visit right now or call
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>> petaluma, oakland, san jose. it is leaving residue behind in the form of mist and drizzle. don't be spots the closer you are to downtown. 580, 80, 24, 13 around oakland, bead phobt and 116 and 101 in the north bay. -- piedmont. the fog will be around mid-40s to mid-50s. upper 50s at noon. upper 50s at 4:00. 53 at 7:00. alexis. good morning, mike.