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possible. abc 7 news reporter is live in oakland, amy. >> hi. we have a new photo to show you. it was taken inside this hospital here. mother and son reunited. the photo does takenover her reunited with her two-year-old son. the picture was released by care, council relations. she fought the united states government for permission to enter the country. president trump's travel ban prevented her from entering the country. she wanted to be by her son's side who is dying brain condition. they filed cair filed against her. >> the result is that a dying two-year-old boy has suffered for the last twoot by s for
>> cair says the family reached out 28 times and it wasn't until news, public outcry she was granted her visa. she is here to say good-bye to her son who is on life support. abc 7 news. >> that picture is so tough to see. thank you. turning now to our weather. if you are out any where in the bay area this morning you probably couldn't see much. here is our look from the explore to y excamera. let's get to mike and see what's happening as we
we are low visibility and we have reports of delays because of that. let's take a look at san jose. you can see all of the major highways here getting socked in by fog and heading up towards san carlos. towards sfo is where delays are. this is on the western side. the fog is going to remain longer over the bay. that means our bridges will be covered longer by the fog than over land. there will be a minor visibility increase. they won't drop below a quarter of a mile before tonight. we have a chance of showers we had dense fog advisories
issued by chp. this is a look at the bay bridge earlier this morning. this is from about two or three hours ago. as we take you back now live at the bay bridge we are doing okay as we get into san there we go. we have a dense fog advisory. several others have been cancelled. we have areas where it is pretty dense. overall we are looking pretty light at this midday hour. 11 across the bay bridge. you're in the green at 12 minutes. >> thanks. as mike mentioned the fog created delays for air trafveles this morning just in time for the christmas rush. it looks like one of those days where you'll have to sit around a
there are 23 cancellations with a lot of people trying to get home. this is andy. he has been my best friend since we were five. his connecting flight brought him to sfo. was there any thought of inviting me? >> i wanted to bring you but my partner said forget it. >> he is about one of 178,000 people expected to go in and out of sfo. >> you guys are levering today. how have the lines been? >> long. very long. >> i'm very excited. >> reporter: why is that? >> because it's snowing. >> reporter: the fog was a fgh ccelled.
ostination.forths he is traveling alone so he got a pass to go to the front of the security line. >> you know, it's nervous but she is very well behaved. so it's great. you know, now she is getting older. she is getting more fun to travel with. >> mom is meeting up with them in a few days. as for andy in a sea of people traveling alone appears to be his preference leaving his friend behind. >> yeah. my friend should be about an hour away from landing getting a pina colado and putting his feet in the sand. he missed his flight and he is on standby for an afternoon flight. if there's a delay or cancellation sign up for the noti
notifications. >> isn't it a coincidence? did you see him in line? >> no. i knew he was here. i went to say hi to him and i thought i'll interview him and then he ended up sticking around. we are going to go get laununch now. >> i think you a bad omen for travelers. thanks and have fun. >> that might be it. president trump told top gop lawmakers he is is not going to sign the bill passed by the senate last night that would have averted a government shutdown tomorrow. house speaker paul ryan and kevin mccarthy spoke out after they met with the president. ryan says the president won't sign the bill because he has concerns about border security. he has been calling for $5 billion to funds the border wall. >> so what we are going to do is go back and work with our members. we want to keep the government
open but we want to see an agreement that protects the border. >> president trump has to sign a funding bill by midnight tomorrow to avoid a government shutdown. if funding is not extended 800,000 federal employees would be furloughed or forced to work without pay. speaking of that border wall you're looking at a go fund me page raising money to build a wall along the border with mexico. this was started by a purple heart recipient and triple amputee vet. he says if the 63 million people that voted for president trump each pledged 80 bucks it would get the $5 billion needed to build the wall lt right now the goal is a billion dollars. as you can see in a few days they have raised 5.7 million so far. new details in the case at molly tibbetts killed in july. documents show invest kbat tos
looked closely at four other potential suspects before they made an arrest. that includes a neighbor seen washing hours after she vanished. an acquaintance that wiped his cell phone data anding women. the man charged is due to go to trial in april. in you this morning the case against harvey winestien continues. we have more on this phone shl tipping point. >> harvey weinstein walks out of court defeated. h waiting to hear the fate of one of the most notorious accused in this me too era. >> we are relieved weinstein failed to avoid accountability for his actions.
>> the judge ruled that all five counts will stand and the man once known as a legends in hollywood faces rape and related charges. >> we intend to vigorously defend the case to the best of our ability. >> initially he faced six counts including rape and sexual act charges. >> he should have his day in court but so should the two women who are alleged to be the victims. >> one of those charges has since been dropped related to accusations following e-mails that suggested inconsistencies. before the decision weinstein's attorney argued that her testimony contaminated the grand jury proceedings and called for the remaining five counts to be dropped. the prosecution counter. weinstein has denied any
encounters. his lawyer said this trial is only about a specific criminal case and that the movement should not be allowed to influence the outcome. abc news, new york. >> it's now official one of the world's biggest tobacco companies is taking up a big part of jewel, the e-cigarette maker. it is spending nearly $13 billion to buy a 35% stake in juul. it will bring the vl of juul to $38 billion. it is larger than ford, delta airlines or target. they say it will let it prepare for a future where noncombustible products overtake. thousands grounded at a terrible time. the drone incident that could trigger a troop response. and are you having unexplained problems with your
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fnch if you didn't see this last flight -- and something is going on with our screens. you're not able to see it. there was a strange light seen. >> i have never seen anything like it. >> i think it is a ufo. >> it looked kind of like a key almost. >> i don't know. i thought oit was a weird formation. >> i couldn't read what it was. i moved on with the rest of my night. >> it apparently wasn't a ufo or rocket. two planned launches didn't end up happening. it was a meteor with come presed air around it. that's what made it look so unusual or fun or whoevhowever want to put it.
i think it is possible they have gotten into our graphic machine, mike. all right. about 50 miles up there. very rare. all right. normally the fog heads that way towards the east bay hills and mountains. because it is truly fog it tends to develop and move to the west. that's what we are seeing as the high clouds definitely a little bit cool out there. so great today with showers tonight. the winter solsticesolsticesolse
shortest day is tomorrow. here is a look at rain. ha hazy and gray and 52 to 59 at noon. we may see a little bit of sunshine breakthrough by 4:00. we are where we should be, 56 to 57 degrees. the clouds will keep us pretty mild. that's when the rain starts breaking out in the north bay. there could be a scattered shower out ahead of that. by midnight we'll see a better chance of showers moving in. notice during the overnight hours we see clearing in the north bay. it will allow temperatures to drop down. the rest of us are still cloudy with mist and drizzle and upper 40s to low 50s. here is a look at the storm with the low. you can see it spinning there. we are getting the tail end of this. it looks very impressive out of our livecan s the
we are talking about inch of rain. parts of the east bay getting nothing. as far as that christmas eve storm i marked it a 1. it is showing a quarter of an inch for just know if you're out monday you need to take an umbrella. it will probably be wet. >> ak. thank you. hawaii is back on top as the healthiest day in america. that is by the united health foundation. california number 12 which is improvement. we were ranked 17.
the report takes into account 35 health factors. what concerns them most is obesity has hit an all time high. hawaii, massachusetts, connecticut and utah. the least health i havest, mississippi, and louisiana. one doctor says he is treating a growing number of patients for selfie wrists. it results from taking too many photos. patients complained of feeling tingling in their fingers and sharp pain in the corner of their wrist. >> what happens is this appea aa to cause basically the nerve becomes inflamed and angry. >> he says it happens
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