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three, two -- >> good morning, america. countdown to the new year. the celebration from coast to coast. new security measures in place for the ball drop in times square. ryan and jenny ready for anything. >> she's the wild card. >> he's the captain. >> he gets to be the captain. plus the soggy scene expected. your all important new year's eve forecast. breaking overnight airport accident. fire and rescue responding to a report of a sick passenger when a jet bridge gives way. what went wrong? pointing the finger president trump tweeting about the deaths of two migrant children. they both died while in u.s. custody. this as the government shutdown enters its ninth day. federal workers feeling the
pinch. caught on camera, the yacht jacking. the man who tried to get away. >> go, go. spin it around. >> oh, no. >> watch out. >> officers speeding to the scene boarding the boat. what they're saying about the suspect. grid iron grudge match. the tigers and crimson tide advancing to the championship game. going head to head for the third time in four years. plus the eagle that landed, the surprise for the fans. >> you're just sitting there at a football game, innocently biding your time and an eagle lands on your head. very relaxing. the talons to the cranium. can you imagine? >> no. >> the video's enjoyable. >> it is very enjoyable. we'll be talking about that coming up. t minus two days until the new year. it's looking like 2018 will be going out like a lion weather wise.
>> look at this map. our weather team tracking a pair our weather team tracking a pair of storms that are set to combine to bring unsettled weather to much of the country just in time for new year's eve. >> it's likely to be soggy in spots, including times square where they're expecting 2 million partiers. coming up we will talk about how the nypd will be deploying a drone to keep people safe. let's start with rob marciano who has the forecast for the about i go time. >> good morning. anytime you combine two storms in the weather it doesn't often bode well. the first one out of the pacific northwest, giving you an idea of the difficulty driving over i-90, slick, west and icy. a storm in new mexico giving blizzard conditions at time, i-40, this is what this looked like, they have a fresh winter storm watch now. these two storms will come together, the northern jet stream with the southern branch. rains to increase in dallas hart on tomorrow through tomorrow
morning, st. louis, and then these two begin to combine tomorrow afternoon. rainfall from atlanta up through washington, d.c., look at the heavier rainfall at midnight tomorrow night. philly, new york, boston. it will be on the wet side, but it will be mild, that's the good news, temperatures approaching 50 degrees, but one of the coldest new year's eve on records or in a long time across the midsection, 9 degrees in denver. back to you. >> thank you, robert. in just over 24 hours revelers will start packing into times square and the nypd wants to make sure the big party goes off without a hitch. >> ariel is in times square with the tactics police are using and the security measures in other big cities. >> reporter: good morning. officials not taking any chances, amping up security in this area, using in new technologies in the sky over times square to keep the crowd of more than 2 million expected to pack this area safe. >> three, two, one. >> reporter: the scene is set
for one of the biggest new year's eve parties on the planet. confetti tested, the ball ready to drop. more than 2 million people expected to pack new york's times square to ring in 2019. officials saying there have been no credible threats to festivities, but isis propaganda on the internet prompting increased vigilance. the area will be teaming with thousands of uniformed and under cover officers. >> it's going to be one of the most well policed, best protected events at one of the safest venues in the entire world. >> reporter: more than 50 k-9 units canvassing the crowd and for the first time an nypd drone keeping a watchful eye from the sky above the main event. >> it will give us an expansive screw from up above which will be helpful. >> reporter: five dozen sanitation trucks and 2 lun police cars will block. tighter security a top priority at new year's eve celebrations across the country.
at boston's storied first night, extra officers will patrol the streets. los angeles beefing up security at the famous hollywood sign. and in sin city, las vegas police station thing snipers on to rooftops and strike teams in hotels around the strip. authorities here in new york are also embedding teams inside the hotels in this area to get to know the staff and spot any suspicious activity, but law enforcement across the country says the public plays a vital role in this. if you see something, say something. guys? >> thanks. that's something everyone needs to remember this time of year. coming up in our next half hour, my conversation with ryan seacrest and jenny mccarthy about what they have planned for this new year's rocking eve. a lot of fun things and it looks like they will be under the umbrella again. >> a little taste of the rain to come. now to the frightening moments overnight at baltimore washington international airport. >> a jet wai collapsed at the worst possible time, right as paramedics were responding to
help a sick passenger get off the plane. abc's stephanie ramos is in washington with more on this story. >> good morning. airport personnel were responding to one emergency as you mentioned on a flight that had just landed at baltimore's airport when another incident happened right in front of them. panic at the airport in baltimore. this video capturing firefighters response when a jet bridge suddenly collapsed overnight injuring six people. >> bwi, medic 31 responds to assist en route. >> reporter: a passenger aboard flight 822 from the dominican republic became sick during the flight. paramedics were responding when the bridge came crashing down. >> they are going off the plane, sort of in between the plane and then there's the walkway up to the airport and then there is this little section where they have to connect the two of them and all of a sudden we just hear a crash and a woman screaming.
>> reporter: rattled passengers on board watching the chaotic scene. >> we're looking out the windows >> reporter: this firefighter using a ladder to help someone. bwi tweeting the jet bridge will remain closed until the investigation is complete. passengers just happy no one was seriously hurt. >> everyone was great who handled situation. i think it was -- for what happened i think it was handled the best way it possibly could. >> reporter: southwest tells us the remaining passengers on the plane were able to get off by using the air stairs. no other flights were impacted. guys, back to you. >> stephanie ramos, thank you. turning to the government shutdown in its ninth day, the president blaming democrats for the deaths of two migrant children, without any proof. >> tara palmeri is at the white house with the latest. good morning, tara. >> good morning, eva.
it's become a waiting game with federal workers in limbo. both the democrats and the white house say both sides are unwilling to compromise. >> reporter: the president in the heat of a government shutdown blaming the democrats without proof for the deaths of two migrant children who died while in u.s. custody. in his first comments on the tragedy tweeting, quote, the democrats and their pathetic immigration policies that allow people to make the long trek thinking they can enter our country illegally. they can't. if we had a wall, they wouldn't even try. homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen on the southern border for the 16th time this year, examining detention centers including one in el paso, texas where 8-year-old felipe gomez alonzo was detained with his father before being transferred to a facility in new mexico where he died. nielsen's visits were closed to the press. she said, quote, the system is
clearly overwhelmed and we must work together to address this humanitarian crises. many of these facilities at capacity. new files obtained by "the arizona republic" paint a grim picture. >> i can give you the description of people huddled together in very small rooms. that has to be fixed. >> reporter: on the ninth day of a government shutdown the president buckling down on his demand for a wall that he claims could have prevented all this. meanwhile, negotiations are at a halt. the president's last conversation with senate minority leader chuck schumer and incoming speaker of the house nancy pelosi was 19 days ago. >> i am proud to shut down the government for border security, chuck. >> reporter: 800,000 federal employees either working without pay or furloughed. the white house warns this fight is far from over. this new mom says her husband is among the 53,000 tsa employees at work with no paycheck. >> he's the sole breadwinner. we have two young kids. it's pretty scary not knowing when you're going to get paid. >> reporter: now the president's outgoing chief of staff john
kelly in a new interview with "the los angeles times" acknowledging the administration long gave up on the idea of a concrete border wall, telling the paper, quote, to be honest, it's not a wall. he added the president privately calls it a barrier or a fence. dan? >> tara, thank you. let's bring in martha raddatz in washington right now where she's co-hosting "this week" later this morning. martha, good morning. let's talk about the president blaming democrats for the deaths of the children at the border. you spent quite a bit of time reporting all along the southern border. is there any validity to the president's claim that if we had a wall migrants wouldn't try to make this dangerous journey? >> it depends on who you ask, of course, dan. there's no evidence as you said and as tear atara said that these deaths can be blamed on democrats.
certainly what i've seen when i'm down there people still try to climb some of those barriers. they still get through in certain places along that very vast border of 2,000 miles. there are of course a lot of natural barriers down there. there are ports of entry. we just don't know the full story about how those migrant children died, and they are looking at that very, very carefully. >> there's a lot of talk that one of the best ways to prevent people from making the journey would be to invest in fixing situations on the ground in those troubled central american countries. let me ask you another question. as we know the president has been blaming the current government shutdown on the democrats' refusal to fund the aforementioned wall. coming up later you'll be interviewing one of the newest democratic leadership in the house, the incoming leadership. how are the democrats responding to trump's attacks on border security? >> i think this is going to be a very wild week. you have congress coming back. you have the democrats offering three options and they'll take one to the floor right away on thursday.
nancy pelosi says they will act swiftly to end the trump shutdown when congress returns. none of those options includes money for the wall, and you heard tara say that the president is buckling down. he wants that wall. he says he won't budge. so a lot is going to be happening this week on trying to fund the government again, trying to get the government reopened and those employees back to work, those federal employees. >> there will be a lot happening. the question is whether it will make any difference. martha raddatz, really appreciate it. martha's got a big show this morning. she's scored an exclusive interview with customs and border chief kevin mcaleenan, plus she goes one on one with hakeem jeffries. he's one of the newest members of the house democratic leadership. that's coming up right here on abc. now to st. louis, a missouri
man is accused of shooting his girlfriend, her two young children and her mother in the home they shared. police say richard darren emery fled the scene after a shoot-out with police and was finally arrested at a convenience store following a seven-hour manhunt in which another woman was stabbed when the suspect tried to carjack her. in california authorities say they've recaptured an inmate who they say escaped from a prison. 21-year-old shalom mendosa was arrested at a fast food restaurant 200 miles from san quent quentin. he walked away from an outdoor work assignment. he's suspected of getting away by carjacking a woman. he was already serving a five-year sentence for carjacking. in portland, oregon a hotel has fired two workers after police were called to remove a black guest who was making a phone call from the lobby a week ago. the doubletree by hilton hotel tweeting the employee's actions were inconsistent with the hotel's values.
jermaine massey accused the hotel of racially profiling him. the cell phone video he posted quickly went viral. now to the wild police chase over a stolen yacht. >> cameras catching some dangerous maneuvers here and a dramatic takedown. abc's janai norman here with more on this yacht jacking which is something you don't say very often. >> witnesses tell us they couldn't believe what they were seeing. a luxury yacht allegedly stolen right from a dock, the suspected thief taking it on a joy ride as police race to catch him. >> reporter: dramatic video of a million dollar yacht swerving out of control in this busy california harbor. >> oh, my god! >> spin it around. >> oh, no! >> watch out! get out of the way! >> reporter: in just minutes police on boats speed toward the 70-foot vessel. with guns drawn they storm the luxury yacht like something out of the movies. moments later -- >> they got him. >> we're fine. use your handcuffs. >> reporter: police arresting a 24-year-old man who they say was
under the influence of alcohol and drugs. this witness is the boater who alerted police. >> we started yelling that boat is stolen. that's when they reengaged. okay, this is more than a drunken person messing around on the bo. it's theft. that's when they took it a little more serious and tried to get on. >> reporter: luckily no one got hurt. >> it could have been a lot worse. he could have took off, slamming into a bunch of boats. it could have been bad. >> reporter: yacht owner dick peckham telling abc news i'm thankful to the newport beach police department and harbor response for their quick response. they did a wonderful job in diffusing what could have been a serious situation. the suspect is still in custody this morning facing several charges including dui, grand theft and vandalism. imagine if you were out and about enjoying the day and saw that happening. >> i'm having trouble imagining it. >> it's crazy.
>> you're just on your million dollar yacht. >> that's what he's imagining. >> i need a yacht. high class problem. >> you can have my yacht for new year's eve. i'll steal one. >> there you go. >> the weather not so great for yachting. >> it's not snowing. >> good point. >> always looking for the bright side. this is part of the storm coming east. it's going to stoke some lightning across the western washington area. seattle, look at that. you don't see a lot of lightning in seattle. this storm has some oomph to it. winds gusting to 102 miles an hour across the northern colorado rockies front range so it does have some power. by the time it gets to the northeast in times square and ryan seacrest does his thing at midnight, 47 degrees, likely raining, not that windy, but raining. this is a good 40 degrees warmer than it was last year. it will probably be the first
time it rained since 1994. 47 and rain is kind of a cold rain. it's kind of nasty. we roll this thing. new york is not the only spot. d.c., philly, boston and points west will get it a little earlier in the day. we could see 2 to 3 inches of rainfall over an area still soggy across parts of the mid south. we'll be dry but windy in parts of los angeles and san diego, southern california. 32 degrees, some of the coldest stuff driving in tomorrow. today is pretty mild stuff. good sunday morning. this is a beautiful view. we have some fog. cold numbers once again. north and east bay hills, the winds are quite gusty. wind advisory going into effect tonight, lasting through new year's day. rain comes back but not until next weekend. 58 in oakland, 60 in san jose as well as san rafael. high clouds, the accuweather seven-day forecast featuring the cooler day for new year's eve
>> that's awful. captain stubing just called. he can't bring the boat on new year's eve. we'll have to cancel. >> you don't remember who that is? "the love boat." >> oh my goodness. >> rob, we got to face it. we are old. >> i apologize for that. let's transition to another moment. this is what dan waits for all year. there's christmas and college football championships. >> that's right. i love baseball. >> alabama celebrating its win over oklahoma overnight. this sets up a matchup between the crimson tide and the tigers for the title. they're going head-to-head for the third time in four years. >> reporter: the marquee match up is set featuring two of the sports biggest names.
the clemson tigers and crimson tide face off for the third time in four years. both sides unbeaten and winning convincingly on saturday. clemson taking down notre dame in the cotton bowl. at first it looked like the luck of the irish would prevail. as part of the national anthem, a bald eagle soaring above the crowd but going rogue and heading for the fan section, eventually landing on the shoulder of this man and the arm of another in what looked like a good omen for the irish. it was all tigers in this one led by their freshman quarterback trevor lawrence who threw through touchdowns in the first half, including this wild pitch and one-handed catch to receiver t. higgins. for the defending champs alabama it was all business, wasting no time jumping out to a 28-0 lead over oklahoma and their heisman trophy winning quarterback kyler murray. if you're wondering about the four fans who have been living
on the espn billboard this past week, notre dame and oklahoma supporters have to go. >> i wish i could say the irish left it all out on the field. i think we underperformed today. >> i wish we had another start to the game. it was really fun, this whole billboard experience. >> the reward for the two remaining fans on the billboard, they get to stay up there until january 7th, nine more days when the teams go head-to-head in the national championship. >> i love they pretend to be so disappointed. >> time to go. we're ut of here. you can watch the college football national championship monday, january 7th at 8:00 p.m. eastern on espn. the party will be at dan's house. >> uh-huh. >> do you even know how to do football parties? >> what's coming up on "gma"? coming up on "gma," a serious story. did saudi arabia help one of its citizens escape justice after he was accused of killing a girl in the u.s.? the calls for an investigation.
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neighbors first spotted the fire, thankfully the family living there got out safely. firefighters say the gas meter was blowing the entire time which fed the flames. once crews were able to shut it off, they were able to get the fire under control. turning to weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> we have duelling sunrises above the fog. gorgeous out there. 47 in san francisco, 38 in mountain view. this is sutro, you can see the fog below. visibility reduced in oakland. upper 50s to near 60. partly cloudy today. >> thanks so much for joining us. the news continues
welcome back to "gma." as americans get ready to ring in the new year, officials are tightening security. police for the first time will be using a drone to keep an eye on things in times square as well as using anti-drone technology. >> in the united arab emirates all four crew members died after this horrifying helicopter crash caught on tape . this went on by a zip line. this happened as the rescue chopper was on the way to air lift an injured hiker. in utah starting today the state's blood alcohol limit is going from .08 to .05.
it's the toughest drunk driving law in the country. utah was the first state to drop the limit to .08 back in 1983. >> makes sense. don't drink and drive. not safe at any level. we'll start this half-hour with a new call for action in the case of an exchange student from saudi arabia who fled the country after a deadly hit and run crash. >> abc's marci gonzalez is in los angeles with how one senator is seeking justice for the 15-year-old victim and her family. good morning, marci. >> the girl's family thanking that lawmaker as he calls for a thorough investigation and for action to make sure that accused driver is still held accountable. >> reporter: this morning an oregon senator is demanding the trump administration investigate the accusation that saudi arabia helped this man, a saudi citizen, escape justice after he was accused of killing a teenager. police say in august 2016 15-year-old fallon smart was hit by saudi national abdulrahman
noorah's speeding car. smart's mother just feet away. >> i did everything i could to keep her safe. i taught her everything i knew about pedestrian, cyclist and motorist safety. it still wasn't enough to keep her alive. >> reporter: abdulrahman noorah in the u.s. on a student visa was accused of manslaughter and put on house arrest after the saudi government reportedly paid a portion of his bond. weeks before the trial in june 2017 federal investigators say abdulrahman noorah fled the country, cutting off his ankle monitor bracelet and getting in this waiting black suv captured by surveillance cameras. "the oregonian" reporting the feds believe abdulrahman noorah left the u.s. in a private plane with an illegal passport heading to saudi arabia with the help of saudi officials. just one month earlier president trump visited saudi arabia touting multi-billion dollar deals made. >> it was a tremendous day, tremendous investments in the united states. >> reporter: this latest incident adding to an already tenuous time between the u.s. and saudi arabia.
in a recent letter addressed to members of the trump administration, senator ron wyden from oregon writing these are shocking claims in any event. but with the barbaric murder of resident jamal khashoggi they are an abuse of the law and diplomatic privileges. abc reached out to the saudi embassy, but we have not heard back. whit? >> marci gonzalez, thanks to you. we appreciate it. transitioning, we want to bring in rob marciano with a check of the weather. you like to focus on the silver lining here, even though new year's eve will be a complete gully washer in some places. not as cold as last year. >> is that your transition, doing my whole weather fast? forecast? >> exactly. other parts of the country will be in a deep freeze. >> we want to show you some fun
in big sky, montana by a man and man's best friend. this particular driver is a woman. thank you for sending this in. mush mush, go guys. go get 'em. just enough snow there in montana to go for a ride before the new year comes and the winter chill comes in. we have winter storm warnings posted for parts of montana, idaho, wyoming. we have wind with this. some of these gusts will be 70 miles an hour or so. if you're driving down some of the interstates that go west to east, that could be a problem. snow across more populated areas will be in some of the same spots we had them earlier in the week. look at the cold air. my goodness. minus 47 in north dakota. that's about the same as minus 47 celsius which means you should just basically give up. good sunday morning. low clouds, high clouds. a bit of a wind shift has allowed for slightly warmer temperatures along the coast. 30s, 40s and 50s by this afternoon.
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"dick clark's new year's rockin' eve" with ryan seacrest boasts an incredible lineup of performers. earlier this week i spoke to jenny mccarthy and ryan seacrest about the big night. >> jenny is around here doing something, somewhere. >> getting ready to ring in the new year. >> jenny, what's going on? >> people are out of their minds. i love it. >> you guys, sort of iconic with the new year every year now. what you got planned for us? >> as usual we get the best of the best, from post malone, in brooklyn, christina aguilera, new kids on the block. they're my favorite of course. >> sierra will be in hollywood with the chainsmokers and everybody who has had a big hit. the other big star of the show will be the weather. it's supposed to be just like this on new year's eve with rain. that certainly can change things as you know in a live broadcast. the most pressure is on the performers who have to be out in this and perform. >> we get to have fun with it. they have to sound good. >> exactly. >> all the people who camp out
in those blocks for hours. >> you have to think about it, it's a bucket list experience. you do it once. >> you gotta commit. >> the other fun part is you're the wild cards. especially you. >> she's the wild card. >> he's the captain. >> you get to be the captain. >> i don't know what i am. i actually forget sometimes that she's going to say ryan go because i'm watching her and laughing. there's some scripts sometimes, not with her. >> she doesn't follow the script? >> shocker. >> i'll go rogue a little bit. >> it's like the it's a small world ride at disneyland. >> sometimes she puts in fake script to trick the producers. >> she's got something up her sleeve. >> it's true. >> on the serious note, new year's resolutions? >> jenny. >> mine is kind of boring and i feel like women can relate. i feel like self-care is something i haven't done yet, the oxygen mask putting on yourself first, i haven't done it. >> we have a new baby in the
family. i don't know how to hold a baby perfectly. >> do you know how to change a diaper? >> no. i need to learn diaper patrol. >> i want video of this. >> i want to learn nursery rhymes. i don't know much past the first few lines of any nursery rhymes. i'm going to uncle school. >> happy new year. >> thank you. >> good luck. >> he told us he would take pictures of him changing diapers. he's going to share that with the world. >> can't wait to see that during breakfast. >> ringing in 2019. >> you can check out "dick clark's new year's eve rockin' eve" with ryan seacrest at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc. coming up on "gma" the big screen blockbusters you'll be standing in line to see next year. chris connelly here with a preview. to see next year. chris connelly here with a preview.
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the christmas blockbusters are still in the theaters. it's not too early to see what 2019 has to offer. >> you can expect a lot of sequels and superheros. chris connelly has your ticket to the big screen preview. >> reporter: you want big? from "avengers, end game" to "godzilla king of the monsters." from the star-crammed "little women" to a sequel to "frozen" and from the climax of "star wars: episode nine" to the bang bang of "triple frontier," 2019 has plenty of massive movies in store. "serenity" sees matthew mcconaughey re-teaming with anne hathaway. it's "jurassic world's" bryce
dallas howard as the voice of this creature in a "dog's way home" and kevin hart and bryan cranston's unlikely bond hopes to uplift the "upside." taraji p. henson's mind-reading skills let us in on what men want. "pitch perfect" mighty heroin rebel wilson in "isn't in romantic." and we see you haley lou richardson and cole sprouse in "five feet apart." march brings the much awaited debut of bree larson as "captain marvel." >> i'm not what you think i am. >> reporter: and liam neeson is back and -- you won't believe this part -- he's seeking revenge in "cold pursuit." >> i'm going to kill him. >> reporter: for earth day in
april, disney's got "penguins." later months offer reinvented versions of "alladin" and "the lion king." plus more laughter and emotion from the people at pixar, thanks to "toy story 4." while "dark phoenix," and "x-men" sequel, may further brighten 2019's films. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news in los angeles. >> poor liam neeson, always so angry. >> it's a lot of revenge for one man. >> great formula, man wronged in the first five minutes and he seeks revenge in the next two hours. i'll go to any movie like that and any rom-com. >> throw in a rom-com for good measure. >> is there a shrink on staff? >> rob needs a little help. more on that later. coming up on "good morning america" the actress sharing this relatable kid pic ahead in "pop news." ss sharing this relatable kid pic ahead in "pop news."
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"good morning america" "good morning america" sponsored by blue buffalo. you love your pets like family so feed them like family with blue. i mean, yesterday we warned janai, this is a dangerous job. >> but she's back. >> she came back. >> i didn't think i had a choice. >> you want to get paid. >> exactly. it's over the holidays and people are watching tv. you know when you're watching tv and you're yelling at the tv because the show is ending in a way you don't want. now there's a tv experiment where you get to direct what's on screen. >> rob just yells at the tv and other objects. >> on this show, rob yells at us. >> he just yells at the tv. >> continue, janai. >> netflix released "black mirror" and at specific junctures viewers get to decide which way the story goes to shape how the movie unfolds. are there are five possible endings and over a million per
mutations in between. viewers get a different ending essentially. there are people on twitter who are plotting out if i go this way, there are who plot charts. >> you don't remember the "love boat," so i hesitate to ask this, do you remember "choose your own adventure" book? >> i've heard of them. >> like she's heard of an adjective. >> i haven't. >> you never heard of "choose your own adventure?" >> no. >> i don't like the way this show is going. >> you can change it. >> next story. >> revellers ready to ring in the new year can ring it in with "dick clark's new year's rockin' e eve." it's a coast to coast celebration. superstar sierra is hosting the hollywood party. a lot of acts like camilla cabello, charlie puth, kelsey ballerini and the chainsmokers. >> it's like the show when it comes to new year's eve.
to be part of it is a big deal. >> that show kicks off at 8:00 p.m. right here on abc as we've been telling you. if you're not going to stay up until the actual midnight -- that's me. >> me too. >> if you have kids to put to bed, you can make it easy. go to netflix and type in countdown, essentially putting it on your own time. you can count down to the new year's celebration early, 8:00, 7:00. >> 8:50, 9:00 p.m. we celebrate, by 9:30 mom and dad are in bed. >> major fakeout for the kids. >> nice. >> if you do stay up, you can enjoy -- >> we just warn the kids so now they all know. >> counting down at noon. speaking of little ones, hilary duff sharing a picture of family life. the actress posted this picture on instagram noting that her
2-month-old daughter is a quick learner with the caption, she's already learning that boys have cooties. how cute is that picture? >> it's really sweet. >> she mentioned there may be a lizzy maquire revival. >> oh, wow. >> do you know what that is, dan? >> i know what lizzy maquire is. >> no, i'm too old. we're out of time. >> happy new year. maquire is. >> no, i'm too old. we're out of time. >> happy new year. of time. >> happy new year. good morning everyone. i'm chris nguyen. palo alto police are looking for a man accused of sexually assaulting a man. this surveillance image shows the man yesterday on el ka mean no real. a woman says the man grabbed
her, pushed her to the ground and touched her inappropriately. she screamed. her boyfriend ran out of the apartment and tried to catch the suspect. he got away in a red '90s model toyota corolla. happening today in san francisco, you're invited to close out the year while literally ringing in the new year. the asian art museum has a bell ringing ceremony each year. a 16th century bronze bell will be struck 108 times to curb the 108 moral desires which according to bud dift belief torment human kind. the event is at 11:30 this morning with the museum being closed tomorrow. let's get a check of the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> certainly chilly out there. looking at fog at sfo, also concord, livermore and oakley. 47 downtown. half moon bay is 49. nice shot of the high clouds and
a few low clouds, just about freezing in santa rosa and fairfield. 37 in con covered. upper elevation winds will be a factor today. you can see the visibility, inland east bay reduced to nothing. mt. tam, 26-mile-an-hour wind gusts. wind advisory in effect tonight through new year's day. quite windy above 1,000 feet. 5 in palo alto. the accuweather seven-day forecast chilly, rain returns next weekend. thanks for joini
>> announcer: "this week" with george stephanopoulos starts right now. battle over the border. >> we're going to have a wall. we're going to have safety. >> president trump digging in on his demand for a border wall as the government shutdown goes into its second week. >> i can't tell you when the government is going to be open. i can tell you it's not going to be open until we have a wall a fence whatever. >> the president threatening to close the southern border. u.s. officials conceding a humanitarian crisis. what's needed to protect the border and respond to the influx of migrants and how will the new congress respond? we speak exclusively with the