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wind is whipping up waves in lake tahoe. the sheriff's office shot this video yesterday and it looks more like the pacific ocean. the normally-serene lake has waves estimated at four feet high. >> remember, you can monitor the weather where you live with the "abc 7 news" app. it is free to download in the app store. you can enable push alerts so we can notify you with changes to the high surf warning. new at 11:00, it is the holiday gift an east bay family wasn't sure they would receive for another decade. >> an oakland nurse who made national headlines after she was deported to mexico last year is back home with her family tonight. "abc 7 news" reporter jobina fortson was at sfo for the emotional reunion. >> reporter: when you think about a holiday welcome home, a couple of pictures at the airport will mark it fine. but tonight maria
mendoza-sanchez gets a full press conference. >> there were days i was ready to give up. >> reporter: she and her husband were departed to mexico. at the time i sa.c.e. said they didn't have a legal basis to stay in the country. they had been in the country more than two decades. sanchez was an oncology nurse and paying taxes. her american dream was thrown off the rails 15 months ago despite the efforts of members of congress and colleagues. >> i graduated and they weren't there. >> all of my life my mom supported me and took care of me, and i was going to make sure that i took care of her kids while she wasn't here. >> reporter: an employment-based visa, h1b was her ticket home. her visa was selected in a lottery. her husband wasn't eligible. >> i was trying to go to canada, and i said, like, i haven't done anything, there has to be a way,
there has to be a waiver, there has to be something for somebody like me. >> reporter: her story has become a case for national immigration issues. >> despite trump's unfair, inhumane, cruel separation of this beautiful family, maria didn't give up. >> reporter: and will be spending the holidays with her children. reporting in san francisco, jobina fortson, "abc 7 news." new video in tonight showing the last of the camp fire victims returning to their properties. all evacuation orders were lifted for the town of paradise today. the butte county sheriff's office says all returning residents must have identification or proof of residency. non-residents will be allowed in tomorrow starting at 9:00 in the morning. the camp fire was the deadliest and most destructive wildfire on record in state history. 85 people died, more than 14,000 homes were destroyed. because of what happened in paradise, moraga held an evacuation drill this morning. take a look. this map shows the two cities
side-by-side, and you can see the similarities with only a few roads to get in and out. hundreds of residents took part in the drill at the country club. you see the drivers being evacuated and heading towards highway 24. st. andrews drive which is normally a two-lane road was turned into an evacuation route. . also in the east bay, the chp is investigating a possible case of road rage after someone shot at a car on interstate 680 in pleasanton last night. this may have started with some sort of altercation in fremont and ended with the victim stopping in livermore. officers say multiple gunshots were fired. friends of the victim tell "abc 7 news" the shooting was random and the victim is in his early 20s and is expected to survive. friends were traveling home from stockton from the san jose area after work. chp has a limited description of the suspect and vehicle. san francisco police teamed up with the community group to take hundreds of guns off the
streets today. "abc 7 news" was in soma this morning as the sfpd and the group united players staffed a gun buy back event. 244 guns were collected in all. that included seven assault rifles, 45 shotguns, five of which were homemade. 51 rifles, and the rest were revolvers and semi automatic pistols. it is the latest gun buy back event and united playas in their effort to make the streets safer. homicides in san francisco have went down, and the chief shared with me he believes, and i believe, that a lot has to do with these gun buy backs that are happening. >> those who brought in weapons received $100 for a handgun and $200 for an assault weapon. still ahead on "abc 7 news" at 11:00, a judge's ruling about the affordable care act causing confusion just ahead of the enrollment deadline. what officials are now doing to help you. >> plus, the long lines today for the bay area's very first
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late friday night a federal judge in texas ruled the health care law unconstitutional following changes related to the recent tax bill. >> it was a big ruling. it is a great ruling for our country. we will be able to get great health care. we will sit down with the democrats, if the supreme court up holds. >> reporter: what health care would look like without the aca is up for debate. >> it is reading between the line. sure, coverage for preexisting conditions will be available, but at what cost? under the affordable care act you cannot discriminate against anyone for a preexisting condition. >> reporter: as politicians battle it out over the aca, california's health care marketplace, covered california, is extending its enrollment deadline. >> to eliminate any potential confusion from the texas court ruling, we're going to be giving consumers more time to enroll for january 1st coverage. >> reporter: saturday at midnight was the deadline to enroll for coverage to start on january 1st. now you have until next friday,
december 21st, to enroll for first of the year coverage. the judge's ruling on the aca will be fought in the courts, meaning chage, if any, won't happen soon. >> we're telling folks that they should not be discouraged or dissuaded from checking out their options, from finding out if they're eligible for financial help. >> reporter: california's attorney general along with others vowed to fight the judge's ruling. this case could make it all the way to the supreme court. some history for you. the court upheld the aca in 2012 and again in 2015. congress modified the law just last year. in the newsroom, katie utehs, "abc 7 news." >> great information there, katie. thanks. earlier this week "7 on your side's" michael finney and a panel of experts answered viewer questions about covered california. now that there's more time to enroll, their information could help you. we've posted the entire q & a at our website, abc7news.com. a new safety standard takes effect for corded blinds today in an effort to keep kids safe.
long cords can be a strangulation hazard for children. now most products used to cover windows must have no cords or short, inaccessible cords. the standard will affect more than 80% of window covering products in the u.s. and canada. the consumer product safety commission recommends people replace any blinds with cords. a warning before you break out the bling for your holiday baking. the fda put out new guidance if you are planning to use glitter for your treats. they say to tell if glitter saidible and not for crafts, look for a list of ingredients. it will include things like sugar and corn starch. the label must also say edible, non-toxic and for decorative purposes only does not mean it is okay to eat. hundreds of generous bay area residents gave a small token of their appreciation to brighten the holidays of military families. "abc 7 news" was in redwood city where hundreds of toys were donated to the nfl alumni association's annual toy drive. the items will be distributed
next week to deserving military families who may not have a loved one around to help make their holidays extra special. >> at the marine corps memorial in san francisco, and we ran into some of the gold star families who told us this is a tough thing. you know, they have a hard time putting christmas together with their loved one gone or injured or deployed. >> isaacson says the tough part now will be to distribute the toys collected to deserving families, but he says he'll have the help of many marine corps volunteers to make all of that possible. all right. back to our weather situation and those massive waves. >> driven by a storm system out there. when is that going to arrive here, drew? >> i think the heaviest rain will hold off until the second half of our sunday, but right now we still have some drizzle that has arrived this evening hour and will continue overnight. the wet weather is slowly but surely making its arrival. live doppler 7, we'll zoom in a little closer. i want to show you the north bay right now. down 101 to santa rosa, over to
novato, so light sprinkles are likely. we had a couple of sprinkles that popped up in the east bay but they've now dissolved. otherwise it is a cloudy night out there. i want to show you the exploratorium camera. if you look really closely on the lens right now, you can see a couple of drops out there. to light drizzle tonight, but the main event is really going to hold off until sunday afternoon for a lot of us. on the storm impact scale, it is a moderate level two storm swinging through here on our sunday. some soaking showers from a half an inch to an inch of rain across the entire region, and it is not only the rain. we are tracking some strong wind gusts, too. 30 to 40 miles per hour, and that rough and dangerous surf will be along the coastline the entire day tomorrow. do not go to the beaches and try and go into the water. it will be very dangerous. right now temperature wise, it is a mild night in terms of mid-december numbers. we're near 60 degrees in san francisco. 58 in fremont. we are at 50 in napa. a little cooler from fairfield,
brentwood to livermore. we are in the mid if not upper 40s. overnight tonight, here is the call. we will see a lot of cloud cover overhead, a little light drizzle here and there, but temperatures not falling too far from where we are right now. upper 40s to mid 50s. let's time out the rain moving in here on sunday. by 1:00 sunday afternoon, our attention starts in the north bay where you see the pops of yellow and orange on your screen. that is some heavy rain moving through the north bay. you notice much of the region outside of the north bay dealing with a lot of cloud cover. as this front moves to the south, by 5:00 as the sun is going down on sunday, the heart of the region is dealing with those downpours. you even see these pops of red, that thin line. that is some heavy rain, a brief bout with it, but still heavy rain that will move through the region. then by 7:00, i do think that's when folks in the south bay and the inland east bay will start to see the wet weather pick up with those soaking showers. but it is a quick mover, so by 10:00, 11:00, the heavy rain is
out of here and we're tailored to scattered, slight showers to end out the night, but winds are another factor with the storm. as the front moves through ahead of it, by 1:00 sunday afternoon, racing out of the south 20 to perhaps 40 miles per hour. as the front crosses through behind it, the winds do calm down, but that won't happen until about 6:00, 7:00 in the evening for a lot of us. overnight tonight, we have drizzle tomorrow, heavy rain into the afternoon and evening. highs on our sunday, upper 50s to lower 60s with the cold front moving through. not only rain we're tracking. a little bit of snow with the storm system as well, so a winter storm warning will go into effect at 2:00 tomorrow afternoon, lasting through noon on monday. about 5,000 feet, we could see anywhere from perhaps four to eight inches of fres powdh powd heading into noon on monday. accuweather seven-day forecast, we will show you tomorrow. it is rain, it is wind, and it
is that rough surf along our coastline, a rank of two on the storm impact scale. behind the storm, we dry out and brighten up and the pattern continues for much of the seven-day forecast. by friday into saturday of the upcoming weekend, no rain in sight. tomorrow we will be soaked in the of afternoon and evening. >> thanks. still ahead on "abc 7 news" at 11:00, people lined up for the opening of the bay area's first shake shack. how the b
finally, a taste of the big apple has come to the bay area. >> finally? >> yes. >> okay. look at how long the line was for today's highly-anticipated grand opening of the first bay area shake shack location at the stanford shopping center in palo alto. >> okay. i feel their pain. i have done this before. crowds waited for hours to get a taste of the iconic new york
city burger joint. palo alto's location will be the first of several planned for the bay area. on the menu is a locally-inspired burger called the golden state double, which has two grass-fed beef patties on a sweet potato bun. >> how long did you stand in line? >> new york city at the original one, three, three-and-a-half hours. >> it must be some burger. >> and fries. >> there are football games played in three hours. >> i know. >> got the hours. >> here is mindi with a look at sports. >> speaking of winter, winter break is here for stanford but the campus is not quiet. a busy night for the cardinal. an upset and a
abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. >> the stanford women's volleyball team has been so dominant all season. the cardinal lost two sets in a match only three times all season. first was a 3-2 loss to byu, the only loss of the year, second in a 3-2 win over colorado, the third tonight in the national championship game against nebraska, the defending national champs, first time since 2009 the championship has gone to the fifth set. the cardinal fell behind early. a career best 32 digs, this one ending up with national player of the year katherine plumber. she had 19 kills in this one. that started a 5-1 win by stanford to have the huskers playing catchup. look at senior jenna gray. on the second pass she caught nebraska off guard with a quick tip. from the back row, meghan mcclure brings home an ncaa
record, eight title for the cardinals, second title in the last three seasons for stanford. congratulations to them. on the farm, vanderveer and the squad had a challenge as they hosted baylor. all quiet on campus. the school is on winter break except for them. smith lead the seem to 21 points, eight boards and five threes. carrington added ten points. she drives, gets the basket and the foul. williams provided some of the best highlights tonight. she gets this one from distance. watch these moves. this is beautiful. look at the fake. get a nice two points, part of her 13 on the game. everyone played well. shannon coffee set a career-high with nine points. baylor snapped the win streak with the upset. stanford men followed
hosting eastern wash. davis finished perfectly, leading the team with 19. ryan with the catch and the three. stanford takes its first lead of the game. after dasilva added 13 points, he had two threes on the night. right here you are going to see washington was down two. davis has a turnover, so the eagles think they have the timed basket but look at davis' effort. comes from behind to swat it away. he then gets a turnover of his own and watch him tomahawk it home. stanford wins 78-62. they improve to 5 and 4. this abc sports report is sponsored by river rock casino. so when we come back, we have local college sports is done. then we have the bowl games coming up and a rare nfl saturday as well. we will have those highlights. >> all right, mindi. thank you. much more to come on "abc 7 news" at 11:00. >> steph curry officially apologizing for joking the moon landing may be fake. what else he said today during a one-on-one with an astronaut.
live where you live, this is "abc 7 news". good evening. thanks for being here. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. in tonight's headlines now, an oakland nurse deported 16 months ago is back in the u.s.. maria mendoza-sanchez's flight arrived at sfo this afternoon. island hospital where she worked submitted the h-1b visa petition earlier this year which she won
a lottery drawing for. her story gained national attention since she and her husband were deported under the trump administration's crack down. her husband remains in mexico. >> california extended its health sheerns sign up. it was made after a federal judge in texas ruled the individual mandate and other aspects were unconstitutional. stay away from the coastline beginning tomorrow. a powerful storm will bear down on the bay area sunday and create some extremely high and dangerous waves. with more on what to expect, let's get to meteorologist drew tuma. hey, drew. >> hey, there. we're tracking the rough surf that will be slowly increasing overnight. the high-surf warning will go into effect tomorrow morning at 9:00 in the morning. current wave heights right now, generally anywhere from seven to nine feet high. those will increase overnight. that high-surf warning lasting
until 9:00 p.m. sunday. the storm impact scale, a level two moderate system on sunday. it is really sunday afternoon and sunday evening that will feature the heaviest rain, up to an inch in some spots. 30 to 40 miles per hour wind gusts and, again, the rough and dangerous surf along the coastline. future weather, we'll get you into the early afternoon, by 1:00 in the afternoon, you can see that band of heavy rain along the cold front that pops as yellow and orange, moving onshore first starting in the north bay, and the system will sink south throughout the afternoon and evening. we will time out the rest of the storm system coming up in the full accuweather forecast in about ten minutes. eric. >> drew, thank you very much. developing news now out of washington, d.c.. interior secretary ryan zinke is stepping down. zinke, who you see here touring butte county with governor brown last month, is stepping down at the end of the year. he faces federal investigation into his travel, political
activity and possible con frikts of interest. he played a crucial role in president trump's efforts to roll back environmental regulations while promoting energy sources like coal and oil. in a series of tweets, zinke said he loved working for the president but cannot justify spending thousands of dollars defending himself from false allegations. he also attached a statement saying it is better for the president and interior to focus on accomplishments rather than fictitious allegations. president trump tweeted that the new interior secretary will be announced next week. the pilot of a vintage fighter jet that crashed off the shores of oahu this week says he remembers each and every moment. 47-year-old former f-18 navy pilot matt pate was at the controls of a 1951 hawker hunter when he says the jet began having engine problems. that flight he was taking was part of the hawaii air national guard's fighter training exercise program. he ejected from the jet before it crashed into the water. >> at that point i just realized, okay, there's
buildings over there, boats right there, that looks pretty open. i just kept on flying until i didn't really have anymore options left and pulled the ejection handle. >> pretty unreal. he survived the incident but has undergone surgery. >> t"abc 7 news" was at the roberts recreational area for the opening day. the old growth footprint exhibit will be a permanent fixture honoring the red woods. the park district and save the redwoods put together the exhibit. they want to he roo mind visitors what it looked like before aggressive logging destroyed it in the 1950s and 1960. >> the original old redwoods are gone but we have some of the stumps we have exposed. >> you could see the tufts
peeking out from the fog and helping sailors navigate the bay. elected officials joined the samaritan house to brighten the spirits of people for the holidays. 20,000 gifts were distributed to clients of the samaritan house. it has been serving low income families in san mateo county since 1974. today's giveaway has been in the works for months and lifts the spirits of people ahead of the holidays. >> the people that are here, the children, the families, these are hard-working families that live in san mateo county and they're struggling very hard to be here, serving all of us everyday in our economy. they need a little brightness in their lives. >> you see there congresswoman jackie speier and state senator jerry hill who joined the festivities today. santacon hit the streets of oakland today. "abc 7 news" was at jack london square for the city's first-ever santacon. santaconhe red-suited mr. and m clause got it started at the
holiday tree and started the traditional bar crawl. one santa we spoke to said everyone should be santa at least one. >> being santa changes people's lives. they walk up and they see you as santa and they are just as happy as can be. i love making people happy. >> as always, the santas were encouraged to donate a toy or make some other holiday contribution. >> you brought up a good point. what if kids see all of the santas everywhere? >> everywhere, and what if you see them in the bar as you are having a drink? >> yeah, that's an interesting conversation. still ahead on "abc 7 news" at 11:00, how warriors' star steph curry made amends the
who lived in the international space station almost a year. kelly tweeted this screen shot saying he enjoyed their talk. curry said he didn't want to demean the accomplishments of astronauts. kelly in hess tweet offered this fun fact. to shoot a three-pointer on the moon, the three-point line, get this, should be at 142 feet on a court about two football fields long. so brainy. >> yeah, well, you got to be to be an astronaut. police in los angeles believe a propane tank caused a box truck to explode in rush hour traffic yesterday. that blast shook the neighborhood of boyle heights just before 6:00. the truck was hauling scrap metal to the recyclers when a propane tank it was carrying exploded for some reason. local residents were startled by the sound. >> i thought it was a bomb. other people too, like it was a bomb, a bomb went off. everyone was kind of looking
around. >> it was really, really scary, yeah. >> all of the apartments, like they just shook like it was an earthquake. >> nobody was hurt. the back of the box truck was eviscerated, but the cab wasn't damaged at all. the driver and his passenger walked away from the blast. a very close call to report for a small plane that made an emergency landing on a southern california beach. officials say the pilot and his nephew had been flying for about an hour. they were on their way back to john wayne airport in orange county when they landed on dana point beach. the fire authority says the pilot told them the plane lost power. no injuries were reported and there was no damage to the plane. if you still need to mail holiday packages, some post offices are open tomorrow even though it is sunday. 14 post offices in the east bay will be open tomorrow, and we have a full list on our website at abc7news.com. they'll also be open next sunday, december 23rd. the hours are 10:30 in the morning to 4:00 in the evening.
nearly three billion, with a "b," pieces of mail are expected to be processed and delivered next week. >> eric, pay attention. maybe it is a gift for your wife. miners have unearthed the largest diamond found in north america. this yellow diamond weighs 552 karats. it was found in canada's northwest territory. it will not be sold in rough form but polished and cut. it is too early to tell how much it will cost, but to give you a comparison the most expensive yellow diamond ever sold went for $16.3 million. chump change for eric. that diamond was a little more than 100 karats, less than one fifth of the size of the new discovery. the chump i can agree with, i don't know about the change. sweetheart, i love you, but 552 carats, i'm not thinking about that. >> let's just do something a little bit less pricey. >> okay.
here is a diamond. >> no. >> let's check in -- >> no. >> that's not what i charge for the weather. live doppler 7, we have moisture on the screen. already light showers moving into the north bay and across san francisco right now. so this is just a taste of what's to come tomorrow. so light sprinkles tonight, heavier rain tomorrow. go to future weather tomorrow afternoon at 1:00, you can see in the north bay from ukiah, cloverdale, approaching santa rosa, the yellow and oranges are the heavier rain beginning to move on shore. i think the heart of the region will see the soaking showers by 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 in the evening tomorrow. the pops of red you see are some heavy rain, bursts of intense downpours moving through by sunday evening. at 7:00, the focus is in the south bay and the front swings out before midnight on sunday. it will turn windy around here ahead of the front, we could see wind gusts racing out of the south between, say, 20 and 30 miles per hour, some gusts close to 40 are possible close
to the coastline. highs on the sunday upper 50s to low 60s. we have to talk about snow in the sierras tomorrow afternoon. above 5,000 feet you could see four to eight inches of fresh power. accuweather seven-day forecast about the rain, the wind and the rough surf along the coastline tomorrow. the storm system exits and calm sits over the rest of the forecast. monday through friday next week, we are dry with intervals of clouds and sunshine. >> that was a priceless forecast. >> thank you. the bill is in the mail. there you go. >> we didn't know you were charging us. >> thank you, drew. mindi is here and she doesn't charge for sports. >> oh, yes. >> you don't? >> no. >> there you go. yeah, is the dog pound out of the doghouse? a rare win for the browns on a rare nfl saturday. it may be a good
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abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. the college bowl season kicked off today, which means over the next three weeks football fans will be able to watch those traditional favorites like the famous idaho potato bowl, the dollar general bowl. arizona state and fresno state, looking for win number 12 this year. tank kelly read the pass all the way. he not only picked it off, he had some nice moves to evade the tackles and it allowed him to pick up 70 yards on the way to the score. 10-10 -- 10-0, fresno state. sun devils would get the next 14 points. in the second quarter, benjamin a 17-yard touchdown. he had 118 yards. tied at 17 at the half. ronnie rivers took over. look at the sophomore go. he had two scores in the second half, including that 68-yard touchdown. he had 112 yards on the ground.
fresno state ends 31-20. utah state taking on north texas mean green in the new mexico bowl. aggies were three yards shy of 20 rushing on the day, 200 yards rushing on the day. bright led the way with 16 carries and two scores. quarterback jordan love had a game, five touchdowns total. he ran in for that one. that was from nine yards out. he threw for four more. aired this one out to jalen green, 67 yards for the score. love ended 21 of 43 for 359 yards. utah state tied the school record with 11 wins this season, 52-13 the final there. the camellia bowl featured georgia southern and eastern michigan. both teams are the eagle. all kind of time. connects with jackson in the back of the end zone. take another look. jackson gets his feet just inbounds. eagles from eastern michigan up
one. fourth and ten for georgia southern. worth takes off from his own 41-yard line. he not only gets a first down, he gets in the field goal range. so this is a game-winning attempt. bass is good from 40 yards out. the clock expired. georgia southern wins 23-21. the new orleans bowling, middle tennessee taking on appalachian state. trickery in the second quarter. thomas passes to williams who throws it down to thomas hennegan. 30 yards. put them up 10-3. on the next drive,woman gets it again. this time on the reverse, eight yards to the quarterback for another touchdown. thomas, he's a quarterback for a reason. he can throw, too. 177 yards and three touchdowns, a perfect straight to corey for 17 yards. appalachian state ins the new orleans bowl 45-13. a rare nfl saturday. three games left in the season.
the afc south. watson threw for two scores. 45 yards here into the arms of hopkins. 16-9, texans at the half. look at the effort on this two-yard touchdown round by maguire and his entire team. oh, my gosh. that puts the jets up by three. i think everyone got in on that play. plenty of time for the texans. watson connects with hopkins again. a beautiful catch. he would tweak his ankle but thinks he will be just fine. houston now 10-4 with a 29-22 win. broncos hold the league's longest active win streak over one team, and that team is the browns, but denver's injured and baker mayfield wasted no time. first drive, 31 yards to perriman. mayfield threw for 188 yards and two scores. keenan escapes the sack and takes it in himself. this game was tied at 10 at the half. fourth quarter, browns regain the lead. mayfield, two yards.
cleveland leads by one. with 43 seconds left, denver needs 11 yards to get into field goal range but no doing. peppers picked the perfect siem to get the first sack of the season. browns beat the broncos for the first time since 1990. this abc 7 sports report is sponsored by river rock casino. >> watson has a gun. >> he has some strength, i tell you. >> thank you very much for that. with that, that's it for tonight. i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. we have to go home now. >> continuing tomorrow at 5:0
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