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el nino is here. we are about to feel the impact with heavy rain in the bay area and blizzard conditions in>c the mountains. good evening. dan is off. let's start3ñ off with sandhya and live doppler 7hd. >> hi. right now live doppler 7hd we show you some very late showers develop ahead of the storm. show you the showers.
light but that is going to change. most areas from sea ranch to ukiah, clover dale area as they take you in a little bit closer. light moderate rain around geyserville, canyon road, dry creek road as i show you other areas here very, very steady light rain around the santa cruz mountains and you will notice the scattered in nature from san francisco almost a mist and drizzle from the sun set district heading out towards mission street and also out towards the east bay. alameda west loan drive the main part of the system is still up to our north and it is really starting to kick up the wind along the north west portion of california along with bringing in stronger snow and rain coming n.wind gust locally starting to pick up out of the south south east at 29 miles an hour. storm impact scale the storm coming in tonight. one being light. 5 being severe. the one coming in tonight is moderatement it's going to bring wind and about half inch to inch and a half of
rain here it is monday night 11:00 p.m. moderate heavy rain in the north bay. picks up in intensity at 1:00 a.m. 2:00 a.m. everyone getting moderate rain. start of the morning commute looks pretty nasty. pack with a detailed look at not only this storm rain fall total but the next storm that follows even stronger. >> thanks. check back with you. napa will be watching this week storms closely. it's had 2001 major flood since 186 1862. worst was in 1986. the flood cost lives, property and millions of dollars. wayne looks at whether city is ready. >>reporter: it may lock lucky a park but in napa this plenty of concrete and grass with flood gates on both sides serves a reassuring purpose. >> i sleep better knowing that we have got this part of the flood control project done. >>reporter: mayor on napa newly completed but not yet tested bypass. latest element in 600 million dollar project designed to contain the napa
river through the heart of town when that inevitable 100 year flood hits. if you didn't have the flood control here. >> it would be worse. really worse. >>reporter: kathleen works at downtown joe on main street. one of many businesses that flooded in 2005 and 1986 before that. on this day 10 years ago another clean up with more headaches. >> basically the whole basement filled up with water. >> this is going to be new carpeting the cleanup work and all of the rotted wood on the the walls. >>reporter: before the bypass this did not exist. we are standing in what amounts to annex ka vegas. the ground level used to be as hi as the bridge there. now what we have is a channel connecting one portion of the river with another. 1200 feet for the water to flow through. >> flow through the shortcut and it's over our head in depth at this point when that happen happens. >>reporter: in a community that has seen more than the share of trouble the past few years that is the stuff of sloping at night. in napa,
wayne friedman abc 7 news. >> home in the sonoma county community of monterey 0in soor us jeopardy from the storm. the retaining wall is ready to give way. homeowner and county officials are trying to come up with a plan to save it. but with the earth moving more and more each day and lots of rain in the forecast, time is running out. problem impacts neighbors as well and major slide would block the narrow road leading to their home essentially cutting them off. we have continuing coverage of this week storm on air and on line. check in on our changing weather any time with the abc 7 news app. down load it for free on our web site and be sure to unable push alert. we have late word tonight from the nfl. oakland raiders have filed the application to relocate the team to los angeles starting with the 2016 season. the chargers and ram also filed relocation applications today. laura has
more. >> i'll leave that to them. >>reporter: with owners toying to make a decision about possible move to carson, raider coach was asked whether he thought his team should stay in oakland. >> i grew up in hayward. i'm back home. i have said i love the fact that i'm back home. but again it's not my position. not up to me. >>reporter: so it goes. like their fans when it comes to where the raiders will be next season coaches and players are still firmly in limbo would. >> i'm on the stadium committee. >>reporter: raider fans may have gained unlikely ally in forty-niner owner jed york who told reporters his preference is for teams to stay in their home city. >> i think it's vitally important at the national football league we do everything we can too >>reporter: last week oakland city leaders sent the nfl a 5 page letter with no financing
or specific plans. asking for more time to come up with a new stadium deal here. as the process plays out it's the clear ball is not in oakland hands pegsally not the fans who can only wait and hope. >> i think they have been loyal here. loyal fans. we continue to be loyal fans no matter what. i think they have got to look at that and say that's where we want to be. >>reporter: owners hold a special meeting next week where they could vote on which if any team can move to southern california. in oakland, abc 7 news. now to the stock market. and the worst start to new 84 in more than a decade. it began with china stock market plunging 7% before all trading was halted. right now th trading shanghai index is up 13 points. that will be positive news after the dow plummeted 2 76 points closing at 17 148. it's worst loss in two week. nasdaq closed 104 points. s&p
lost 41. here's how some local company fare fare today. pandora dropped by more than 8 and a half percent. netflix lost close to 4 percent. twitter 2%. facebook dropped+6ó about the6v2t same). l2 closing argument began money laundering asxñ head of china town grok. the sting led to the arrest of these 2 men. vick. >>reporter: prosecutors susan badger closing argument took all morning. most of the afternoon. me tech husbandly explaining all the charges against raymond shrimp boy chow as back drop arsenal of firearms seized during the fbi raid and arrest displayed on a table for the jurors to see. chow who took stand last month in his own defense says he's innocent of racketeering, money laundering, trafficking and drugs counterfeit cigarettes and stolen electric or and two
murder including the high profile killing in 2006 of allen lien prominent china town leader and head of the fraternal group. but banner told jurors chow is a ruthless opportunity thug and that he was the shot caller of criminal syndicate. chow maintenance his a changed man since he got out of prison in 2003 on previous racketeering and gun convictions. he's devoted his life to community work. to that the prosecutor said mr. mr. chow wept back to the only life he knew. he surrounded himself,m with thug ins china town and ordered the hit on allen. late today chow attorney began his closing arguments. focusing on his client's former associates who turned and testified for the government saying they were lying to get leniency. >> i tell the jury they went to the toilet and scraped thec bowl for the scum bag waaátááqj.
rderers. and liars. and house invasion. career criminals that couldn't give a damn about law and truth. >> prosecutors after rebullets before the case goes to the jury. this is 7 news. search is on in san francisco for a man who stole precious necklace from 90-year-old tibet woman. jewelry has tremendous sentimental value for the owne owner. they are the only possession she took with her when she left her native tibet 60 years ago. camera captured the crime in progress on christmas day. man grabbed two balancing from car on polk street. one bag had the necklace. her daughter was loading up the car at the time and says had stepped away for just a moment. the the camera at nearby store manager to get this picture of the suspected
thief. any one who recognizes him should call police. we have much more ahead on monday night. >> did it any way we are very disappointed in the process. >> superbowl size turf war heats up. search for successor as 49ers explains why he fired the coach. sandhya has our forecast with a lot of rain in it. and a lot of you are sending in pictures of the weather. take a photo or video and share it with us using the hash-tag abc 7 news help us find the content and e it on the air or this this bale of hay cannot be controlled. when a wildfire raged through elkhorn ranch, the sudden loss of pasture became a serious problem for a family business.
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49ers are done-w for the season+e with the worst record n t collectively from theip beginning of the seasonor to the end. that's ultimately led to this decisio decision. decision this morning. mike looks at what's ahead for the team. >> he kept the team together. this locker room together this season under very difficult circumstances. for all of that i thank him. and i appreciate
his efforts. >>reporter: he received so much criticism from forty-niner fans and you understands why. >> this season was trust straighting on a number of levels. we took a step back from our ultimate goal ofzw win to apologize to our fans and for everybody that cares deeply about this team the way i do. >>reporter: also admitted he didn't have all the rants. >> you have to learn from mistake. you we didn't get it right. we needn to make sure wx get the next one right. >>reporter: the general manager will remain with the organization and he's now on the clock. >> try to understand that i'mtc not satisfied with the current state of the team. the role is to fine head coach and get us back to championship form. >> i know what the expectations are not only from ownership but also the fan base and what they deserve. so/' to answer yes we have to get it right. >>reporter: jim will collect remeaning 10.5 million dollars on the contract and jed claims the bay out will not affect the
hiring of the next coach. >> we are willing to spend whatn it takes to get everything right to get back to championship call tour. >>reporter: there has been rumors that the york family is thinking about sell the team. >> my family has owned the team since before i was born. and own the team afterzl i'm gone. >> that was mike reporting. larry will have more on the firing of coach tom ahead in sports. sky 7 hb shows us santa clara today as crews started digging up a soccer field right next to levi stadium part of preparation for superbowl 50. soccer field is the subject of turf war and lawsuit that now includes the nfl. emergency hearing. >>reporter: they hoped the crews would hold off until a court hearing wednesday. sky 7 hd shows that the crews were busy first they think in the
morning digging holes displacing 6000 young people who practice and play here. judge had made it clear that while there was no tr o in place, no temporary restraining order in place, that he would not be pleased if anything drastic occurred in the interim before the previously scheduled wednesday morning or sorry wednesday afternoon hearing. >>reporter: sought youth soccer league added nfl to suit seeking new temporary restraining order to get its field back. that request will be heard tuesday morning. burt field is a board member of the youth soccer league and surprised to see crew already working on the field. >> sure does look like that they think nfl may actually believe too that they are above the judge's request. i think that's very, very poor misstep on their part. >>reporter: we reached out to the nfl for comment but received no response. with the niner season over 0they started to construct temporary structures for superbowl 50 and unloading power generators.
loads of turf covering were also arriving from across the country. it will be used to cover the soccer fields. >> they have had loads come out of 10 sue, louisiana, several out of chicago area. the ones i done up in sycamore, illinois. >>reporter: crew already laying down the ter a blast. in santa clara, abc 7 news. all right well we got some rain today and apparently morris on the way. sandhya is here with what's ahead. >> around sea ranch9, highway 1 takeh you down to street level radar. miller ridge road we are seeing some steady rain right now. very light showers around clover dale highway 101
ukiah and santa cruz that area over there also seeing steady rain. marina district drizzle and alameda some light returns and oakland and down towards the santa cruz mountains as i mention the stead$uáawu rain ar[ santa cruzod and temperatures with all the cloud-x cover in te 50'sx right now and as you tomorrow morningm. you willí e storm cog/u)jju develop@k!te tonight through early tomorrow morninn. stronger storm wednesdayn and showers continue on thursd7!h so the next4rs ávám impactm scale is@jtpáe. it'sak a 2 between toau and early tuesday. cy expect hiát inch of cjgust to 45o miles an hour. biggest difference. storm earlier today didn't have the wind associated with it and not nearly as much rain. 11:00w& p.m. tonight here's a look at the moderate to heavy rain in the north bay when sleeping you might be woken up$ny the intensity of the rain and wind.
1 oro 2:00 o'clock in the morning you notice it's previous heavy. 3:00 a.m. still looking at pockets of moderate heavy rain. 4 a.m. for the commute. yes you have to deal with the rain here in the bay area and you know what that means longer drive time. 5:00 a.m. rain starts to ease up a bit. 6:00 a.m. still some damp roadway. 7:00 a.m. we head into the afternoon a and turns to scattered showers. glad flush flood watch for lake county area and burn area through tomorrow night. flash flooding debris flow possible. flash flood watch beginning late tonight for the area around the big sur coast lane to the mountains we look at locally heavy rain through tomorrow morning which do impact travel across highway 1. watch out for flash flooding in that area. now rainfall totals with this first system look like this. generally about half inch to inch and a half through tuesday night not counting the next one that comes in. wind gust with this 45 miles an hour agent coast line could see locally higher gust. 2:00 a.m. you notice
still close to 50 miles an hour wind gust and then we head towards 4 a.m. winds between 30 and 45 miles an hour. gusty winds ease up a bit by 5:00 a.m. and then they relax as we head towards the latter part of the morning commute. beach hazard statement it's really a high surf advisory for tuesda 6:00 a.m. until wednesday night 6:00 p.m. the entire coast line will be looking at some large breaker to watch out for. that winter storm warning 10:00 o'clock tonight for the sierra until 10:00 p.m. tomorrow night. 1 to 2 feet of snow expected over the highest peak. travel delay, chain restriction likely during the time period. next storm stronger a three. gust to 50 miles an hour. down tree power lines even ponding on roadways. you look at the intensity of this storm and you notice wednesday morning commute pretty heavy rain going into 4 to 5:00 o'clock maybe even some thunder. 6 to 7:00 o'clock in the morning it's still going. 8:00 a.m. we still have moderate heavy rain by 10:00 a.m. it starts to ease up with scattered showers moderate in intensity continuing. upper
40's to low 50's tomorrow. it is going to be stormy in the morning so watch out tomorrow afternoon. scattered showers upper 40's to upper 50's. you will see some sunny break. accu-weather 7 day forecast tomorrow morning is a two on the storm impact scale. three on wednesday. showers linger thursday. next chance of rain saturday and monday. those are weak systems and not definitive yet. am a. >> lots of stuff coming our wa way. thank you. still to come here on 7 news at 9:00. saying goodbye to a big ship that is leaving a very big impression on the bay area. may be hard to tell what you are looking at here. but it could be the futur
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homeless people. a third of the entire u.s. homeless population. democrat said today they want 2 billion dollars to build 10,000 houses state wide for homeless people with mental illnesses. the program would be paid for by prop 63 which taxes californians earning more than 1 million dollars a year. >> this is the boldest proposal to reduce homelessness in a generation. >>reporter: democrat also ask for 200 million dollars to pay for rent subsidy. governor brown will release the budget plan this week. >> enormous ship that could boost trade between asia and the u.s. departed the port of oakland today. the 1300 foot franklin arrived in california last week carrying 18,000 contain ertion. they were attacked with electronic, furniture and more. we see the ship heading back out to sea today carrying california produce and other u.s. product back to asia. the analyst believe the large ship could reduce the cost of shipping. the next generation of tv
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we begin this half hour with the all out sprint to the iowa caucus now just a month away. tonight donald trump is doubling down on the claim that bill clinton past is fair game in the campaign. the former president is on the campaign trail today for his wife and abc news reporter cecelia got a moment with him. >>reporter: bill clinton kicking off 2016 in new hampshire. >> it's kind of scary this year. >>reporter: taking some not so subtle jab at a certain republican front runner. >> when there is discrimination against african americans or hispanics or muslims just because of who they are i done like it. >>reporter: he didn't mention donald trump by name or trump tactic of dredging up the former president past six
scandal. >> husband is one of the great abuse of the world give me a brick. >>reporter: so today i asked about trump. donald trump says your past is fair game. i have to ask you you keep coming up on the trail with him. is it fair game. long pause and then an answer. >> republicans have to decide who they want to nominate. i'm trying to tell the democrat in the country why i think hilary would be the best president and i think there is always attempts to take the election away from the people. >>reporter: trump today not backing down. >> i think that hilary was enabler and a lot of things happened that were obviously very seedy. he was impeached for heaven sake. >>reporter: but 15 years after leaving office bill clinton popularity numbers are sky hig high. much higher than his wife's. she calls bill her secret weapon. especially in new hampshire where both clinton have enjoyed political come backs. >> i listen to you. and in the
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spend the first tonight at home. take a look at the cuteies. oh, look at the little bow there. this is addison and savannah. we are not really sure who is who. identical triplet born in houston on december 1st and got to go home today. they were delivered healthy weighing between 3 and 3 and a half pounds and also believed the odds of having identical female triplet are between 1 in 6 60,000. to 1 in a million. big announcement today brings detroit ever closer to silicon valley. general motors announced it's making a big investment in the company lift. jonathan bloom explains what it is all about. >> great news absolutely. >>reporter: drivers in good spirits over the 500 million dollar investment. general motels says in buying a piece of lift. it wanted a piece of the future. >> at fwchl m we know the auto industry will change mass i feel in the next 5 to 10 years. >>reporter: industry watchers say lift and uber reduced the need for city dwellers to own cars. >> ownership of the car is more a luxury than necessity. you
can see where that might cause problem for big company like gm or ford. >>reporter: investment is a signal the big company are taking the new on demand economy seriously. they sell lawyers on demand original nationally for small businesses but now for big ones time. bigger company now starting to utilizes air bnb for business travel. uber and lift for business transportation. >>reporter: gm first announcement is a new rental program for lift drivers. >> we launch rental hub in specific areas where they have access to gm vehicle from a different bran different sizes that they will be able to rent at specific rates. >>reporter: giving drivers to easy access to fancy new car only first part of the story. second part they may if the like so much. because it involves replacing them all together. >> to long-term build on demand network of%autonomous vehicle across the united states. >>reporter: seen as road show editor says self driving cars are inevitable in the business.
>> they go away when they don't need it. the car can drive itself the equation is easier. >>reporter: since labor controversy has been uber biggest headache. as for lift drivers being replaced by robo robots. >> i don't worry about much. i'm educated guy so something happens i can go on to the next opportunity. >>reporter: he could deliver food tech support or legal services. robotic lawyers are still a few years off. in san francisco, abc 7 news. up next on 7 news at 9:00. show down at starbucks. see washington happens when woman accuses a clerk of stealing her credit card information. credit card information. is a
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>>reporter: p 200 dollars isn't muchmr to any one else butlr tht was like re5q money. police nowáx investigating and credit simply wri'g them down or usingy high tech device .eá skimmers. tc this using one. >> it is very, very difficult to prevent somebody from having1 one of the strip readers that are very small and portablell. >>reporter: experts say you can help protect your money by frequently checking your bank statement. don't let anybody see your pin number and don't use an atm or card reader if it looks like it has been tampered with. >> how would you even make a copy of my card. >>reporter: the coffee company calls it completely unacceptable and says the employee inform longer works for starbucks. clayton, abc news denver. it's time to get one last check on the weather and the rain coming our way. here's sandhya. >>reporter: hi. we show you light wren right now. i'll take you in. this is ahead of the next storm that is come n.show where you it's raining right now. wood acre. lucas
valley, san rafael very light showers and a little bit of mist drizzle in pleasant hill and walnut correct and we head down towards the peninsula, santa cruz mountains we see some very steady light showers even into mount hamilton in the south bay. if to go some traveling snow in the mountains could be some very rough conditions driving up to tahoe. yosemite with some wind and heavy snow so just watch out. 36 tahoe. los angeles 58. you will get your share of some wet weather as well. in the bay area tomorrow you are looking at scattered showers off some heavy rain during the morning commute and gusty winds. afternoon high upper 40's to upper physician as you take a look terrain fall next 4 days beginning late tonight going right on through thursday afternoon you will notice that many areas will be picking up rainfall in inches. this is why we are concerned there might be some flooding potential as we head towards wednesday and rain chances will continue even beyond wednesday, thursday you will notice over the weekend we still have the
possibility of some wet weather in the forecast. here's accu-weather 7 day forecast stormy packet scale is a two for tomorrow. three for wednesday. thursday you will see some showers lingering. friday is the real break and then we have chances of rain not just saturday but monday as well. amma between saturday and monday the time line and the intensity of the system may change so stay tuned. >> we certainly will thank you. expect to see a case of power ball fever sweeping the country in the next few days. no winner in saturday drawing the jackpot goes up on wednesday largest it has been in over two years. huge pay out already as people dreaming big. >> we'll split. wee split right down the milt. >> part of the excitement of playing the lottery is just dreaming what would you do with that kind of money. >> dreaming about it. l probably the pest shot of getting close to that prize. chances of winning are 1 in two 92 million. good luck to you
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would he track the rape in the bay area. the problem we are facing as series of storms continues. and the late move from the raiders putting the teach team future in the bay area in jeopardy. join us at area in jeopardy. join us at 11:00 on channel 7 speaking of football a lot going on with the niners e.team in transition for sure and who
knows where it will end you. but for the moment humble york apologiesing to forty-niner fans today. the niners owner fired coach after dismal embarrassing,5 and 11 season. saw levi stadium#f half empty r reporters if he regretted getting rid of coach harbaugh but danced around the question. he said trent will stay on and handle the coaching search by free agent bulk the niners will pay off the 10.5 million that they owe jimmy t and now try to to fix the mess. >> this season wasn't fun. wasn't fun for me. it certainly wasn't fun for the fans and i truly am sorry that we had to go through this year. but you have my word that i'm going to do everything that we can to get the team back. >>reporter: now comes the really hard part trying to land a big name like shawn peyton. david shaw would be a dream but
why would he leave stanford. he has a great situation. hue jackson could be intriguing name to look for and niners contacted him for interview already. chip kelly:s want the job but if you can't get along with harbaugh, never mind chip. now reaction to the tom firin firing. >> after beating the ram yesterday toen the season 49ers players back to the locker room check the phone and york ticket them they would fire head coach but they have nothing but respect for the former head coach e.sad to see jim go and he's a great guy. great football coach. i thought he did a good job. keeping everybody together especially all the adversity we had this year. >> thank him for everything. he has been a good person to me since he has been here. has been a stand up guy with me. somebody treat me the same from when i first got drafted and wasn't playing to when i was playing.
>> nothing ever excited he's a guy i care a lot about. i think he's a great guy. made a great coach as well but we didn't whip enough games. >> he has been with me for 5 so he's family to me so suck you lose family like that. it's a strange feeling going into the off season not knowing who your coach is going to be. >> that's probably the most difficult part is the unknown. not knowing who or what we are going to be doing when that person gets here so i guess that's the scariest part. not knowing. >>reporter: used to be the niners were rock solid and rai raiders were dysfunctional now you have role reversal. raiders on the rise. they lost in kc yesterday. 4 win improvement from a year ago. silver and black again failed to make the play off. 14 straight seasons but feels like they are headed in the right direction. >> i think we are very close. get a chance to earn that. the team that are in they are 12 teams playing this weekend and they all earned their way in
and it's our goal to make sure one of those teams next year. >>reporter: warriors getting healthy. curry back after his shin injury flared up the other night. and returned after side lines for 16 games with ankle injury. warriors host charlotte. would start and harrison: off the bench. this means a visit with curry and steff runs up from behind in pre-game tv. first warrior baoet. he would go for 30. or thompson 18sw in the first half back on fear during oneetc stretch. finish with 15 points. harrison enters.p in te second quarter. mechanical jordan like fade away right there 8 point total for harrison. n walker can play. he had 22. green the player of the week. rebound coast to the court and9í lobbing forqy
andrew. third quarter. steff. with authority and here is the triple double. assist on the u$e 15th player in nba history with three straight triple double. they roll again 111-101. 32 and 2. college hoop 30th season at stanford and cardinal score a school record low. 31 points. mark the steal and misses the lay up. third quarter. arizona state up 17. make it 20 on the rainbow 3 from miss davis. stanford 11 of 43 shooting. thompson also blows the lay up. the 14th rank sun devil beat stanford rank 9th. 49-31. cal didn't fare much better at tucson. 8ment to go on the drive right there. but tied at 50. will miss the 3. and nobody gets back on defense. james will
lay it in. wildcat in a 17 game losing streak to cal 57-5 57-52. 7 sports brought to you by toyota. all right thanks so much larry and thanks for joining us this evening. i'm amma for larry sandhya all of us here at 7 news at 9:00 we thank you for watching. 7 news continues now on line on twitter on facebook all the mobile devices with our abc 7 news app. hope you have a great evening. we'll see you again at 11:00 o'clock over on channel 7. we leave you with a live look outside san francisco live look outside san francisco on this monday night
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