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good morning. it's sunday, december 23rd nguy. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking doppler 7 for us. >> good morning. we have moist northwest flow and that's bringing in moisture from the pacific. it's going to interact with the frontal boundary later. we'll have a few showers in the north bay. before that front arrives. we're in the 40s and 50s with the cloud cover. 44 in san ramon. 52 in san francisco. 44 in santa rosa and we're warmer due to the cloud cover. here's the plan for today. cloudy skies through 10:00. in the low 50s. then in the afternoon, you'll see rain in the north bay with
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numbers in the mid and upper 50s. by the afternoon, a few shower flip downs. even the city could see sprinkles. later on, back into the clouds with numbers in the 50s. i'll track it down and tell you what to expect coming up. developing news. at least 222 people are dead after a tsunami hit the coast around indonesia's sunda strait. this is a live look there at the damage. more than 800 people are injured. at least 28 people remain missing this morning. the country's disaster management agency says those numbers may rise since all affected areas have not been reached much the wave hit about 25 minutes after the anak krakatoa volcano erupted. there was no time for warning. developing news with the government shutdown. congress has gone home for the holiday without coming to an
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agreement to fund the federal government. abc news reporter linda lopez explains the sticking point is president trump's demand for $5 billion to build a border wall. >> after failing to reach an agreement on border wall funding, both sides digging in. >> our great country must have border security. >> president trump, if you want to open the government, you must abandon the wall. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell declaring the senate out of session until after christmas, asking democrats and the president to come up with a deal. >> push the pause button until the president from whom we'll need a signature and senate democrats from whom we will need votes, reach an agreement. >> following a lunch meeting with the president on saturday, republican senators indicated they would settle for less than the $5 billion. the president wants for the border wall.
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but balked at chuck schumer's offer of>>et melouhat it's to be. it's got to make sense. i don't think i would take an offer of 1.3, when you previously offered me 1.6. thi political stunt. >> the wall is -- president trump to the hard right people. it's no way to spend $5 billion for political bone. >> they have a hatred for trump. they've won the house. they want the fight. they don't want to solve the problem. they're going backward, not forward. >> now with the halls of congress empty, not much optimism that this shutdown will end soon. will it get done before christmas? >> i don't think so. >> more than 400,000 federal employees began temporarily working without pay, including some border security officials. linda lopez, abc news, new york. many federal services will continue. airports are operating normally. they may be crowded with holiday travelers.
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the post office is still running. so you'll still get your mail and packages. passport offices should remain open as long as they generate enough fees to keep them operating. federal benefits, like social security, medicare andd will be paid. wildfire victims don't have worry about the shutdown affecting the recovery effort. they say employees are still working. fema has been busy helping those in butte county as well as the fire companies in southern california. many people who showed upended up disappointed. we have a look at what's closed because of the shutdown. >> this is what i got. nothing. >> ricky from las vegas was hoping to see ft. point up close. but what he got was a closed barricade. >> sad, man. because i don't want no parking. sad, man. i'm not coming back. >> it's a shame, isn't it? i don't understand why it is. why it's happening. >> blame the partial government
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shutdown forcing the closuref e they received partial funding from another source. al going but nighttime tours canceled. the hyde street maritime museum was locked uptight. this was the first stop on their vacation for this family. >> we're excited to see the ship. we'll have to do it another time. i don't know. >> federal employees are impacted by the partial shutdown. some are working without getting paid. >> they can never do without a full week's paycheck or a day's paycheck. especially in the holiday season when there are extra expenses. it's outrageous that they're being forced to go without. >> the municipal pier near aquatic park was another spot off limits. >> i don't understand how the government got so much money and
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they can't get somebody to open this gate. >> james perez had this message for the president. >> trump, i need to talk to you, call me. >> no telling how long the partial shutdown will last. the national park service said anyone with alcatraz tours canceled will get refunds. yosemite national park is open. but visitors may notice the effects. the visitor centers are closed and they're not staffed. the concession, hotels, restaurants and gas station remain open. the park is a popular destination this time of the year. we have a complete list of what's closed and what's open during the government shutdown. you can find that online at with the government in partial shutdown, incoming acting white house keechief of staff will mick mulvanely appear on this week. you can watch that at 8:00 right here on abc 7. time now is 5:06. this morning a man is being
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treated for injuries he suffered g argroun repairnt that drew shop. rpt officials yhey ar alive. abc 7 news reporter explains what made the rescue so tiff. >> it was a rescue effort that lasted two hours at sfo. rescue teams were called in to find a plumber who passed out while he and his partner worked on an underground sewer project. a company that caters for airlines. >> had emitted some sort of fues that caused him to lose consciousness. >> the co-worker initially tried to drag his partner out. but when he started feeling dizzy, he left him, got out and called 9-1-1. when crews went in, they couldn't find him. the man regained consciousness and was trying to find an exit and didn't have a chel
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walkie-talk walkie-talkie. it's as large underground as aboveground. that's why the search took about two hours. >> carbon monoxide explosion and entrapment at west fie a small explosion which triggered a huge response. >> we didn't fully understand exactly what was going on underneath the building. so we had a lot of haz-mat, out of an abundance of caution, that's why you see the multiple units out here in case it was bigger. >> air quality was never an issue so no need for vevacuatio. >> it didn't impact flights in and out of sfo. abc 7 news. we called the plumbing company for comment. but we did not hear back. time now is 5:08. a major change ahead for the tsa. federal marshals will be moved to the back of the plain for the
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first time. traditionally they're seated near the front. they'll begin that on friday. tsa officials declined to comment on what specifically prompted the change, citing safety concerns. they did say it's important to > on the peninsula, we have antr update to a story we first brought you friday on abc 7 news. palo alto police arrested marcelo garcia martinez. he's accused of attacking a woman thursday night. she was walking on the street when the suspect came up from behind and shoved her into some bushes. when she started screaming, he punched her in the face repeatedly. neighbors came outside and the suspect took off running. high tide swamped parts of the bay area. we were in mill valley yesterday where you can see flooding at the park and ride. cal trans says the lower half of the parking lot is currently closed due to flooding caused by the tide and will remain closed
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thlow- areas. the high tides were followed by unusually low high and low tid expected again today. 5:10 is the time. lisa argen has been tracking that accuweather forecast for us. so far, not too bad out there. >> no. there's a lot of cloud cover. because of that, we're mild. in fact, it feels pretty decent in the north bay where we're in the low 30s yesterday. mid-40s right now. 40s and 50s for everyone. fog is not an issue. we could see rain throughout the day in the north bay. while it fades to the north, it will slip to the south. that means a chance of rain for the rest of the bay. we'll bring in our storm impact scale up next. >> lisa, thank you. the last minute rush, the whopping number of people expected to hit the storeso spp. we're there as santa makes
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find yours. ask your diabetes care specialist about tresiba®. welcome back. the time is 5:13 on this sunday morning. we're taking a live look from the golden gate bridge camera. not many travelers on the roadwa roadways. good morning to our friends in marin county. we'll get a check of the forecast from lisa argen in a little bit. first, the countdown to christmas is on. millions of pieople hit the stores on super saturday. abc 7 news reporter carla saucedo caught up with shoppers rushing to get everything done. >> christmas trees might be shining bright, but the -- >> all the people, makes it festive. the frafrk is exciting, right? >> that depends who you ask. >> i like to avoid the crowds.
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i don't know why i went shopping today. si rll around union square made it nearly impossible for some to shop in peace. the saturday for christmas is considered super saturday. the national retail federa hid plan to shop this weekend. that's about 134 million people. an increase of 8 million from last year. over in downtown burlingame, shops were busy with folks looking for a good deal. >> want to give 50% off and get rid of the merchandise to get new stuff in. definitely get better deals towards the end, i think. >> all the shopping too much to handle for this family. >> maybe this one -- >> back in the city, not everyone was spending but rather giving holiday cheer to the sff bunch of gift bags. got some mittens and sweat shirts and stuff. >> the true spirit of christmas
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alive and well. those less fortunate.m in san francisco, carlos sauce o saucedo. abc 7 news. in the east ba oakland made christmas wishes come true. yesterday, we were in phillips church for the annual event. they've collected toys for the past years and give to families whose families otherwise don't have funds for the holidays. >> it's a good opportunity not only for her to give some gifts and also to appreciate the people who don't have people or parents to give them, buy them gift. >> we're lucky to be here. seeing kids' faces, smile and have a good time. >> the chp also handed out toys
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to kids at love temple baptist church in east oakland. >> jolly old st. nick had a hand in the holidays for some military families. abc 7 news was at moffitt field where the alumni association and wine country marines distributed toys to the children of service people. >> we had an outpouring. we want this out there. the community -- once it's out there, the community responded genero generously. it was crazy. we have an overflow of toys. >> volunteers say the toys can make a big difference, especially for families who have loved ones deployed or injured during the holidays. dangerous waves off the bay area coast have affected families crab feast for christmas. commercial crab fishermen are finding the rough waters too dangerous to take out their boats resulting in a shortage of crabs for the holidays. restaurants, stores and fish markets are in short supply.
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if you can find available crab for purchase, it can be more expensive than usual. >> it's too dangerous with the swells and the waves being so high. that affects us as in we don't have any crabs to supply the restaurants. i am hoping that it ends soon as new year's is coming up. there's a high demand for the crab. >> fishermen say the supply of black and rock cod have also been affected. hi there. sunday morning. waking up to a lot of cloud cover. many layers of clouds out there. live doppler 7 showing you a little bit of green. we'll show you more of this as it slips out of northern california. it's raining. the north bay will see showers today. it will be reinvigorated by another front that had allow for showers for everyone come tomorrow, christmas eve. still have our coastal flood advisory in effect through 1:00. high tide at 11:15 today.
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the areas, once again, prone to 51 in san francisco. 49 in hayward. upper 40s in mountain view. and with 43 in livermore, it feels warmer out there. the golden gate bridge, nobody is there. the visibility is pretty good. we're looking for cloudy skies. showers in the north bay and then the showers could flip south throughout the day wet and breezy weather arrives for christmas eve. the storm impact scale is a 1. this is for a monday with scattered showers. anywhere from a tenth to .2 and the winds will be an issue that you'll notice monday and into christmas day. here's our timeline as we get through the day today. you'll notice the showers in the afternoon in the north bay. then by 6:00, they want to slip parallel to the coast. we could see a shower in the city, maybe half moon bay. but otherwise, there's a lull tonight and then the next system getting organized by early
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monday morning scattered showers. by 3:00 in the afternoon, moderate rain from santa rosa to point reyes. this pushes to the east and south. 5:00 on monday, it's raining in the east bay and the south bay. thn by late monday overnight, still scattered showers. we could see a thunderstorm in the north bay. amounts very light from a couple hundredths in san jose to about a tenth in richmond, .2 in santa rosa. the light rain but behind it, it's going to be breezy. 11:00 on monday, christmas eve when you're out and about, if you don't see the showers, it's going to be getting windy. you'll look at the blues changing to yellows and reds here. these are northwesterly winds, southerly wind ahead of the front up to 30 miles per hour. behind it, we get that wind shift into christmas day. the wdsing oee 15o 25m s e hr we have a winter storm watch.
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8 to 12 inches up to 18 inches through christmas day. then for the sierra nevada above 6,000 feet, 6 to 12 inches through 10:00 on tuesday. look at kirkwood at 15 inches. ten inches donder. boy do they need it. 59 in fremont. cloudy skies there. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the showers north. you can track live doppler 7 at 1:00 for christmas eve. that's a weak storm system. but it will be pesky enough to impact a lot of folks and then we're dry for christmas day. cold mornings after that. >> you have to grab the umbrella and jacket if you're doing last-minute shopping and getting ready for the feast on christmas day, right? >> yeah. >> just ahead,
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federation says americans will spend shy of 30 billion d on gift card this holiday season. that's up from last year by a couple billion. the types of card they're buying are also changing. 7 on your side's michael finney has been looking into the trend. >> holiday shoppers out in force at shopping malls and on their computers, too. and the big items being gifted this year, as in the recent past, gift cards. recent study shows shoppers plan to purchase an average of four gift cards this holiday season. each card will be worth about $50. the more than half will focus on experiences, not stuff. >> people don't really post so much about the things that they buy. they post about the things that they're doing. >> shelly hunter is the gift card girlfriend.
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she keeps close track of the world of gift cards and says experiences are where much of the gift card world isersus, too. >> my husband is very hard to buy for. so i ended up getting him something great, which is an experience. >> the national retail federation says more than half the gift cards being bought this year are for restaurants, theaters and other entertainment venues. another trend? choice. >> we're used to having gift card for a particular merchant. this year we have new gift card on the market that give you a choice of brands. >> these are the gift cards labeled happy. they gocer focus on a type of food or dining. particular groups of people or their interest. you can think outside of the use gift card giving and come up with your own plan. that's what phyllis is doing for your son and daughter-in-law. >> give my son and daughter-in-law a gift certificate to a hotel, like
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timber cove. >> wow. >> they like that place. that's where my daughter-in-law got pregnant. [ laughter ] >> that's the ultimate experience isn't it? >> i bought it again for them because you never know. >> the most important thing you can do when receiving a gift card is to use it right away. you could lose a card, forget you have it. or the store could go out of business. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> a single engine pane that landed on an alabama highway gave people a scare. about 50 miles east of birmingham. one witness tweeted video of the landing. as you can see the pilot pulled over to the shoulder after safely bringing his plane down. two people were on board. the pilot blamed an engine failure for this emergency landing. it's a christmas miracle in manhatta manhattan. he was on a platform near lincoln center and spotted a
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blue chanel bag. he found a note written in russian. inside of that bag, 100, $100 totaling $10,000. he took this photo of that cash and turned it into the police department. >> it's not mine. the right thing to do, somebody lost $10,000. obviously, they're probably going through a lot of duress. >> figure it's something most people would have done. i don't think i did anything that extraordinary. >> turns out the bag's owner was on her way to the airport traveling to russia when she lost it. she reported her loss to the precinct where he dropped off the money and the chanel bag. take a look at how a wildlife shelter is wishing everyone a hoppy holiday. this is how they get ready for christmas down under in australia. this was a feeding at a wildlife shelter. we're not sure if he gets to
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join the eight tiny reindeer on christmas eve. still ahead, a deadly tsunami strikes indonesia. we'll have the latest on this. new developments by
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good morning. thanks so much for being with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. lisa argen is here. >> with the cloud out there, temperatures are not as cold as you would think. east bay valleys in the 40s. 44 in dublin as well as pleasant hill and antioch. closer to the bay, milder in hayward at 49 as well as oakland. 51 san francisco. 46 in novato. we're much warmer this morning. anywhere from a degree to about 9 degrees warmer due to the layer of cloud. we'll be looking at the cloud cover throughout the morning
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hours and then by the afternoon, few peeks of sun east and south. showers develop in the north bay. stay dry in san jose and livermore. numbers in the mid and upper 50s. the sunsets a minute later today at 4:55. we'll be tracking a level one system for your christmas eve. chris? >> lisa, thank you. developing news out of indonesia. a tsunami that hit the coast around the sunda strait killed it 222 people. the country's disaster management agency expects the numbers to go up. the tsunami also destroyed hundreds of homes and damaged several hotels and restaurants. a combination of underwater landslides caused by the eruption of a volcano triggered the tsunami. officials say there was no warning before the waves hit. the town of paradise brought back an annual christmas
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tradition despite destruction from the campfire. a christmas tree lighting and ice skating event was held last night. they have run the rink every year since 2012 and says this year would be no different. the paradise park district worked with the city to provide treats to attend ees. 90% of the homes were lost. the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in california history. a family from paradise will be spending time in southern california thanks to the generosity from strangers. their home was destroyed in the fire. the couple, along with their two children, were able to grab a few belongings before evacuating. all else was lost. another couple have a home in riverside county but spend most of their time in l.a. to be close to work. they offered it up on facebook rent-free for a year for a family in need. >> it's gotten better.
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our kids love here. this home is beautiful. >> how the couple picked the salazars was not disclosed. we know that more than 1,000 families applied. 5:32 the time. across the valley, protesters hit the streets of paris for a fifth straight week there. protesters skirmished with riot police. authorities say the crowds were much smaller than those we saw a few weeks ago. nonetheless, protesters were vocal about the rising cost of living and economic hardship in france. they've called for the resignation of president emmanuel macron. tourist attractions like the louvre and the eiffel tower remained open. in san francisco, a group donned yellow vests and rallied outside the consulate with solidarity --
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>> austerity measures and a widening gap between the rich and the poor is something that bay area residents can relate to. >> people in san francisco, the wealthiest city in the world and people are dying in the streets. 29,000 people living in tents in the bay area. it's an emergency situation. these billionaires need to mayer pay for public housing so people can afford to live here. >> similar protests took place inown to about 2600. according to the u.s. northern command, about 1200 are in california with the remaining 1400 split between arizona and texas. president trump sent the troops before the midterm election because of the caravan from migrants from central america. at its peak, 5800 troops were at the border or in staging areas. deployment was set to end on december 15th. but the pentagon extended it to january 21st. new developments with the
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growing outrage over a high school wrestler in new jersey being told to cut his dreadlocks to finish a wrestling match. we're told the state launched an investigation now. >> new jersey's division of civil rights launching an investigation after growing outrage over this incident at a high school wrestling match. andrew johnson was given an ultimatum as he stood ready to compete. cut his dreadlocks or forfeit the match. >> i have not seen his problem with the referee or anything in a playated athletic regulat. hair is,y can attached to the ear guards. it's not known why a cap wasn't an option in this case. not wanting to hurt the team, andrew agreed to the cut wincing as a trainer chopped off his hair. the young man in all his humility pinned his opponent,
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dejected but undefeated. the governor of new jersey saying on twitter, no student should have to needlessly choose between his or her identity in playing sports. nearly 13 million views later, many want to know what role, if any, did race play. according to a report by the courier post, maloney who is white acknowledged calling another ref a racial slur in 2016. he was suspended and sent to sensitivity training after the incident. the ref has not been fired but he has been sidelined pending the current investigation. zachary quiche, abc news many workers in the bay area could be taking home a larger paycheck. moreewide, the minimum wage will sta uimately wants to get it to $15 a the federal minimum wage is ar cities have minimum wage ordinances on the books. in san francisco, for example, a wage increase would kick in on
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july 1st of next year. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, helping low-income families go green. the nonprofit group that's reaching a big milestone with solar panel installations this year. as we head to break, the time is 5:36. this is a live look from the abc 7 exploratorium camera pointed at the financial district in san francisco this morning. lisa ♪ ozempic®! ♪ oh! oh! (vo) people with type 2 diabetese f once-weekly ozempic®. in a study with ozempic®, a majority of adults lowered their blood sugar and reached an a1c of less than seven and maintained it. and reache(vo) a1c and you may lose weight. in the same one-year study, adults lost on average up to 12 pounds. oh! up to 12 pounds?
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you can see the bridge in the distance. the salesforce tower to the right. a beautiful view to wake up to. we'll get a full check of the accuweather forecast and lisa argen will let us know what changes are ahead in the forecast. if you're looking for gifts, you can find some at the street fair in berkeley. more than 200 artists have best work for sale. the fair is on telegraph avenue between dwight and bancroft next to the campus. it will be open again tomorrow. san francisco's oldest department store is officially closing itstoda gump's near union square opened in 1861 as a frame and mirror shop t eventually became an exlusive store selling an array of exclusive items. they filed foreaye. li, a lotlseng out torne lastch
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>> that's great. weatherwise, more of the same in terms of chilly temperatures you've been tracking. but one day of rain? >> we do. we have a chance in the bay area. it may get you wet. the breezy winds are going to be a factor out there as we get through the evening hours, sfo right now 51 degrees. it's in the mid-40s our coolest location. a lot of cloud cover. our mild he's start. maybe a damp finish. we'll talk about it coming up. lisa, thank you. the warriors get a spark off the bench
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east palo alto family is going to be harnessing solar energy to help reduce their monthly utility bill and it's being installed by a bay area-based dptd with the help of volunteers. reporter david lieu louis shows us how 1100 homes have become sustainable. we're actually going to switch over to sports now and a lot happening there. let's see. let me get my prompter in place. in sports, this afternoon, the 49 railroads will play a final home game of the season. khalil mack and the bears top ranked defense will try to slow down the niners offense.
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kickoff is at 1:05 p.m. at levi's stadium. tomorrow, monday night football the raiders. if you're not going to the game, you can watch coverage here on abc 7 at 5:00 p.m. tonight, the warriors host the clippers at oracle arena. the dubs opened a four-game homestand against them last night. we have the morning sports report. >> good morning everyone. the warriors are going to be busy for the mol days. last night they tipped off the first of three games in a four-day span highlighted by their christmas day showdown with lebron and the lakers. the dubs taking on the mavericks. draymond green finding his shooting touch. he had 14. most points since october 31st. drained two threes, ten boards. luka doncic, finished with 19. mavs up three at the break.
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third quarter, doncic goes hard into the crowd. he ends up hitting the young kid in his seat. play was still going on. but he stayed with the kiduree . after the game, he gave his jersey and an autograph. great job. steph curry made seven field goals, six of them from distance. 22 points. night, player of the game, jerebko. 21 minutes. 10 of 12 shooting. a career high 23. six fours and a two-handed flush. get in there. plenty of energy for the dubs to the fourth quarter. they would blow an 18-point lead. wesley matthews, 3 of his 25. the lead was down to four. then with 20 seconds remaining, warriors by a point. kevin durant, the dagger. he had 29-12-8. the dubs win it, 120-116. >> this is a very accomplished team. i'm just trying to fit in where i can and do whatever it takes. if it's rebound or playing
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defense or knocking down the shots. crashing the glass hard. you know, doing all the little things. that's what i try to ote made a whole bunch of was -- he shot the ball really well. but he got a lot of offensive boards too. he had four of them and a couple tip-ins. he had several plays that just got the crowd into it now to college hoops. the san francisco dogs know how to defend their home court. stanford cardinal, the latest team to leave the hilltop with a loss. the gm, bob myers checking out the action. the dons are undefeated. frankie ferrari, the great bounce pass. stanford better in the second half than the first. te'jon davis, off the turnover. strong finish. you got to play defense. ferrari was left wide open. stanford got the lead down to four. brice wills with the corner three-ball.
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usf goes back the other way. the basket and the foul. san francisco wins it 74-65. they improve to 12-1 on the season. in berkeley, the bears taking on number one uconn. both teams undefeated coming in. asia thomas turning defense into offense. takes it the other way. had a team high 22. katie lou samuelson with the drive and the had 20. from behind the arc, one of her six threes. suffers the first loss of the year. uconn won 126 consecutive regular season games. a rare saturday matinee in san jose. the sharks hitting the ice against their long-time rivals. the kings second meeting this year between the two teams. sharks won the first in overtime. il ilya kovalchuk missed due to an
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injury. the kings given a 1-0 lead. the great pass to lucas -- 30 seconds remaining. joe pavelski redirects the shot. 2-2 headed into overtime. the extra frame, kovalchuk on the break away. he wins it with the second goal of the game. surprise winner, 3-2 in overtime. that's a look at your morning sports. have a great weekend and happy holiday. i'm anthony flores. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you. starting out with mild conditions and a nice view here from mt. tam looking back over the city. visibility is in good shape. we've had the fog for the past several days. this morning, about ten miles everywhere you look. so that's with the layered clouds. with those clouds, we will see a chance of showers mainly to the north of us today. north of the golden gate. around sonoma and napa. a few of the showers could slip south and then we'll be looking
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at more showers developing for christmas eve. with that, we will rank that system and talk about rainfall totals in a moment. another point, the sun coming up well after 7:00. you'll notice that you can see pretty good out there from the sutro tower camera. salesforce tower and all the lights lit up. temperatures are mild in the 40s. you can see just a couple of spotty returns here on live doppler 7. we go closer to the north, just a little bit of snow. we have the advisories in the mountains to pass on for the next couple of days. but we're also looking at that coastal flood advisory for the high tide again later on today. 6.91 at 11:05. you can see the highlighted areas from mill valley, around the bay, th g, the numbers all in the 40s except for the coast and san francisco, 51. half moon bay is 49. hayward, 43 for you.
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we bring in the storm impact scale for tomorrow. today is scattered spotty light showers in the north bay. this is tomorrow's system. it's a 1. most cities will see less than a quarter of an inch of rain. the winds are certainly going to be a factor beginning tomorrow right on through christmas day. the timeline for today will bring in a few light showers in the north bay. then 6:00, maybe a sprinkle. but overall, we're looking for this next system to cue up. 8:00 monday morning. here comes the front. by 3:00 in the afternoon, a few brief heavy downpours from santa rosa. by the later afternoon, when you're getting all that last-minute shopping done, we still have the wet pavement and some showers. even pretty good rain perhaps in livermore and around pescadero. pushes through. scattered light showers remain late in the day and through christmas, we'll get into the breezy westerly winds. a tenth throughout richmond, o maybe .25 in san francisco. look at the southerly winds ahead of the system. monday afternoon, 25 mira long
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the coast. notice all the yellow still in place by christmas eve night and by christmas morning, it is blustery out there with winds up to 30 miles an hour. we're dry, windy and we're below average. on christmas day. we'll get that sunshine. winter storm watch in the sierra west slopes. 8 to 12 inches. up to 18 inches possible and then here in the sierra nevada, right through yosemite, looking at 6 to 12 inches with gusty winds up to 40 miles an hour. the amounts not bad. 15 inches at kirkwood. definitely need snow there. with the rain to the north, mid-50s there. we're looking at not only the shower activity raiders. low 50s with rain. the accuweather seven-day forecast. download the accuweather app and keep track of that rain today. level 1 tomorrow. lisa, thank you so much. appreciate it. see you soon. a family in east palo alto
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will soon be harnessing solar eneruc t utility bill. it's being installed by a bay area nonprofit group. david louis shows us how more than 11,000 homes have become sustainable. >> don't push too hard at first. just get started. >> this home it the latest of about 11,000 to get a free residential solar system from grid alternatives, a bay area-based nonprofit that focuses on helping low-income families. it's relied on a small number employees to do the installation. the work is being done under the guidance of supervisors part of a year long training program. >> they're on the roof and on the ground. training and leading the volunteers. so within their short time here less than a year, they're able to explain two groups of
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volunteers how to do it themselves. >> she used to be a set designer. >> i wanted a career in renewable energy. i was just looking for a place that aligned with my mission. personal mission to help low-income families in underserved communities. >> grid alternatives does many here and overseas. it usually cost bs $30,000. over the projected life of the solar system, the family is expected to save $10,000 in energy costs. the system is designed for each site. bank of america and other corporate sponsors provide free labor. it provided a half millio dollar grant to support the solar installation training program. >> we are trying to make an impact. we help communities being most sustainable. >> by the time it's turned on, the family expects to see a savings of about $42 a month on utility bills.
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it's saturday, december 23rd. -- sunday, december 23rd. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look the at forecast with meteorologist lisa argen tracking live doppler 7 for us. hello to you on this sunday morning. >> they are blending together. i agree with you. if you look at live doppler 7. it's cloudy and the multilayers of clouds allowing for good advice nlt this morning. as you look outside, you see from the camera, it looks pretty good from 51 in san francisco, 47 oakland. san jose and morgan hill. another vantage point f


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