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we're in a lull between storms. don't make plans just yet. >> it's the only school he's known. it's been a great school. >> see the confidential letter why the oakland catholic diocese is closing several schools. reaction from bay area leaders here in washington. on the campaign i called it the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. well, you're not forgotten any more. >> now, at 6:00, donald trump spoke directly to his supporters
tonight on the eve of being sworn in as the 45th president of the united states. >> live in washington where this time tomorrow night, donald trump will be the president of the united states. he had a very busy day as he arrived in washington. first arriving request his wife melania at joint base andrews. then attending a luncheon with key republicans. moving on to a somber and silent wreath laying ceremony. the president-elect headed to the lincoln memorial for a concert, a two hour make america great again concert. it was billed with a number of performers. the president spoke briefly before a couple hundred thousand people. here's what he has to say. >> it's a movement that began. it's a movement that started, and that's a movement like we've
never seen anywhere in the world they say. there's never been a movement like this. and it's something very, very special. we're going to unify our country. >> a lot of people from the bay area are here in washington to take part in the inauguration, some are here in support of donald trump, and many others are here to protest his presidency, even as he begins his first term tomorrow. there are also others from the bay area, who happen to be here for another reason. and talking about the mayor's conference that was attended by a number of bay area mayors. including sam lacardo of san jose. he came here to meet with mayors around the country to discuss all the issues they deal with at the local level. crime, education issues, budgeting issues and so much more. we had a chance to speak this afternoon on the streets of washington. >> as a region we can show the country that ideological
differences don't mean we have to have divided communities. >> would you like to see more of that at the national level? >> we certainly would, but i know there's a different dynamic that works inside the beltway, than at home. and frankly, i'm in local government, i feel very blessed. >>. >> mayor ed lee was here as well as a number of other bay area mayors. many of them will stay and attend the inauguration. many others were back on a plane. not attending the inauguration. this city is electric and filled with people who are gathering here to take part in the ceremony that will happen right here behind me at the capital among those in attendance will be a number of protesters who have come from the bay area to make sure their voices are heard. i hear that many of these
demonstrators are going to be extremely vocal and disruptive as they possibly can. >> i met with one protester from the bay area today, here's what he told me. >> i'm dressed like a billionaire, i don't see why anyone who wasn't a billionaire would vote for him. the only people he's going to take care of are people like him. >> you're convinced of that? >> absolutely. he started off with $14 million. that's not working hard, that's starting off at the top, you know. >> i understand from a very reliable source that a number of the bay area protesters have ended up with tickets in their hands that will put them close to the stage. they intend to make their presence felt tomorrow all across this city. there is great excitement and anticipation about what is going to happen tomorrow. there is also enormous security. something like $100 million
spent on security. protesters will be here enmass. some like stewart who i met are going to be vocal. others may be more disruptive than that. all the security is designed to keep people safe at a very exciting time, and a very controversial time for our nation as well. much more to come here during the hour, but for the moment. let's go back to you. >> we will bring you the inauguration live from washington, d.c., beginning at 4:00 a.m. tonight you can catch a special edition of 2020. the trump's go to washington. elizabeth vargas talks with donald trump junior as well as donald and lara trump. and we'll hear from ivanka trump tonight about her role in the white house. to a story you'll see only on abc 7. in less than an hour, the
oakland catholic diocese will announce it's closing five of its schools. this morning, abc news obtained a confidential letter. parents are being notified as we speak. leann melendez has been following that story all day. se joins us live from oakland. leann? >> hi. the diocese has said that there are five schools closing, but they would not give us the names of those schools. we were able to confirm through parents the names of three of the schools. and what could i say, parents are shocked and heart broken. this parent was handed an unexpected letter this afternoon while picking up his daughter from saint martin in oakland the oakland catholic diocese says the school will be closing at the end of the year. parents were notified as they picked up their children and grandchildren. >> it's one of the few schools that's affordable.
and this is going to be a great loss. >> they decided to tell parents in a meeting scheduled for this evening. >> i'm surprised because i really like the school. >> we'll get through it somehow some way. it's a great school. >> in a confidential letter obtained by abc news. the diocese cited the reasons for closing the schools. low enrollment. the diocese says all options have been exhausted. these five schools charge between 4 and $8,000 a year in tuition, low compared to other private schools. at saint martin deporas, over 95% of children receive some form of financial aide. >> good values, good morals, respect and love for one anot r another. >> veronica lives across the
street from the school and the school is beloved by the community. >> what will go thereafter the school leaves? >> i hope she can figure out how to save this school it's a beautiful school. in oakland, leann melendez, abc 7 news. on to the storm watch. a man in the santa cruz mountains won't be able to slide into his hot tub tonight. recent heavy rain eroded the ground. sending the deck down the hill and his hot tub with it. the deck splintered into pieces, there's no word if the tub is salvageable sandia has a look at the forecast. >> you may see more scenes like that repeating tomorrow. especially during the morning hours. we're kind of in a little bit of a break, what you're seeing here is moisture up in the clouds,
not all of this is reaching the ground. it's in advance of our next storm, as we go into street level radar, light showers around bodega avenue, d street, definitely pulling back here to show you the wider perspective tracking the storm that's really going to impact your morning commute. you can see that it is coming in with a lot of moisture, it's going to drop down from the gulf of alaska, as this converges here, we're going with a 2 on our storm impact scale. it will bring heavy rain, winds, big waves, slight possibility of thunder and snow level down to 4,000 feet. tonight the rain approaches by 10:00. it's moving on shore, the worst of it comes through during the overnight as you'll notice into your morning commute. the oranges and yellows indicating the heavier rain will be a clap or two of thunder, the biggest concerns with this, debris flows in the burn areas. ponding on the roadways. power outages, river flooding
right now looks low. i'll be back with the hour by hour forecast at what's ahead coming up. >> thank you so much. >> lesley brinkley joins us live from orinda. lesley? >> the traffic and the commute tonight certainly easier than last night, got a respite from the rain over here in the east bay for much of the day. according to one tree expert i talked to, get ready like you said, for the next 1-2 punch. plenty of toppled trees and other problems throughout the east bay. >> a mudslide took out this fence at highway 24. and runoff from last night's rain is continuing to erode the collapsed roadway here. peering over the abyss, you can see big chunks of striped asphalt with watt irrushing by. nearby is a dangerously dangling guardrail. >> it was a little shocking to see how big it was.
and the fact that it's grown. it doesn't look good. >> repairing it could take a year. >> they just signed an emergency proclamation as they anticipate the next storm. >> we'll be braced for winds, whenever winds are blowing, especially with saturated soils. we'll anticipate potential trees coming down. >> it was roots up in downtown oakland where a huge tree collapsed overnight at 15th and martin luther king, taking down cable lines and absolutely decimating the sidewalk. crews work to clean it all up. over at lake merritt, falling branches took out some of the iconic lakeside lights. one homeowner awoke to a tree crashing through his fence. on the right side of your screen, you can see how it just missed a child's swing in the backyard. next door, the massive acacia toppled a large tree. tree trimming services told her they're booked up until february. more storms on the way ready to
turn things inside out. in the east bay, lesley brinkley, nbc 7 news. all eyes are on washington, d.c., tomorrow for the presidential inauguration. it's the start of a new era, and the end of another. see how barack obama and his family are saying good-bye to those closest to them for the last eight years. our main goal out here is to facilitate of freedom of speech everybody has. police are getting ready for inaugural protests in the bay area.
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be greeted with a peaceful protest at the golden gate bridge. this is a live picture of the golden gate. the event starts at 10:00 tomorrow, authorities are warning of potential traffic delays. thousands of people are expected to march in women's marches saturday. three major local ones are scheduled in san francisco, san jose and oakland. in oakland, marchers will gather at madison park. they're go up oak street to grand avenue, along the edge of the lake. melanie joins us with advice for protesters and the public. >> we saw a peaceful march out here earlier tonight, law enforcement agencies and the american civil lib ertls union are sharing tips to keep people from getting arrested as they express their first amendment rights. >> property destruction like we saw here in oakland after the election is not a protected form of free speech. with widespread gatherings expected over the next two days,
local law enforcement agencies and the american civil liberties union want to make sure people know what is. >> our main goal is to facilitate the freedom of speech everybody has. >> police say as long as people maintain civility. they should not expect any law enforcement action. they will have representatives, monitoring each gathering. >> we really want to ensure that the rights of the public to express their viewpoints is protected. >> the aclu will be giving out pocket sized guides about your rights when it comes to law enforcement. the aclu recommends having a government issued id on you, to make the process go more smoothly. also -- >> there can be immigration consequences for arrests. think carefully about that. >> snapping photos or taking video of interactions with law enforcement is within your rights. however -- >> if you start to enter the space and start to interfere with what's going on, that's when it can start to escalet.
>> you could be arrested for obstruction of justice. law enforcement needs a warrant or your consent to search you. finally, not complying with orders to disburse could result in an arrest. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. in san jose, protesters will gather at city hall. the march starts at 5:00 p.m. we posted all these maps to our website, abc 7 news.com. so you can get a closer look. this is president obama's final full day in office. there are a lot of good-byes to be said. kristen zee is here with a look at the social media post before the changing of the guard. >> this just posted farewell video from president obama
staff. >> welcome to the last obama administration episode. you. >> heard it right. this is the last edition of the obama administration's west wing week. thank you for joining us on this journey that has spanned 388 episodes, we genuinely enjoyed showing you everything that happens here. the first in the east room. >> we're going to show you some of the others, after eight years in the west wing, all pictures of the obamas have been taken off the walls. the white house account did tweet out a few reminders of president obama's legacy, marriage equality. we made progress on ensuring that all are created equal. being your first lady has been the honor of a lifetime, from the bottom of my heart. thank you. and as for the outgoing president obama. he wrote a letter to the next
president and also this letter to americans that he posted on facebook. remember, america is not the project of any one person, the single most powerful word in our democracy is the word we, we the people, we shall over come, yes, we can. and president obama even left a forwarding address. so if you want to keep in touch with him, you can do so through the barack obama foundation website. that is his obama out. >> thank you, kristen. let's take a live look in washington, d.c.. dan ashley is there both today and tomorrow. he'll give us live reports on president-elect trump's inauguration, we'll hear from him again at 6:30. >> now your accuweather forecast with spencer christian. >> let's check out live doppler 7 right now. the clouds, a little built of moisture still in the atmosphere, we're talking about a little mist and drizzle right now. this is not reaching the groubd.
in the north bay, it's in movado and marin. you can see some clouds just hanging out over the ferry building and the bay, temperatures in the 50s. san francisco 53, one other live picture from our camera, it's a pretty good view of downtown san francisco. temperatures in the 50s for everyone except livermore. you're already at 49 degrees. emeriville camera giving you a nice view, enjoy this nice lull. calm conditions right now, winds are going to pick up, heavy rain arrives late tonight going into tomorrow, with gusty conditions for your morning commute. obviously in d.c. for inauguration day, here's a look at the hour by hour forecast. for the swearing-in, 44 degrees, light rain through the afternoon, during the parade, the inaugural ball and there's a
slight chance into 8:00 our time at nighttime. we're looking at heavier rain, not light rain coming through, but it is going to be a two on our storm impact scale. moderate strength storm late tonight through friday. the downpours along with the strong winds and large swells could lead to flooding. trees going down. even the possibility of thunder, snow level will be down to 4,000 feet. here's your hour by hour forecast. 11:00 tonight, it's going to be raining. widespread rain expected during this time period. it doesn't intensify until 3:00 a.m., when many of you are sleeping. the oranges and yellows indicating heavy rainfall rates. your morning commute does look dicey. could see a clap or two of thunder during the morning commute. friday, 7:00 a.m., scattered light to moderate rain around the region. this continues around 8:00 a.m., when you're taking your kids to school or heading off to work. we'll be looking at widely
scattered showers through the afternoon hours. still light to moderate rain at times and once again, we'll be watching for the potential that there could be one or two isolated thunderstorms well into the afternoon and evening hours. rainfall totals with the system, many areas will pick up over an inch, there will be some spots like the south bay, and the east bay, 7/10 to 8/10 of an inch. wind advisory up for the coast and the hills. 2:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. could take down power lines and trees. watch out for the waves, high surf warning, noon friday until 7:00 p.m. in the mountains, a winter storm warning until 10:00 a.m. saturday. they're looking at four feet at the highest elevations. could be seeing whiteout conditions there. 40s, 50s tomorrow morning, it's going to be a stormy ride for the afternoon, temperatures in the 40s and 50s, cooler with scattered showers, and a look at the accuweather 7-day forecast a
the california highway patrol has a warning tonight for drivers in the 680 highway 24 area. >> there have been reports of objects being thrown from overpasses in that area. alyssa harrington spoke with one driver whose car is now damaged. it's a story you'll see only on abc 7 news. >> it was such a scary moment. and i can't -- i can still hear the sound it was awful. >> her shattered sunroof. the glass broken by an object she thinks was purposely hurled from an overpass. >> it was either a rock or some sort of a gun that did the damage. >> churchill was driving home to alamo tuesday. when the object struck the top of her suv. this happened as she drove under the overpass right where highway 24 meets up with 680. >> it damaged the sunroof, it shattered it, and it's -- as i found out a difficult part to replace, it's rather a massive
inveens, but at the same time i feel very fortunate and lucky, it could have been so much different. >> officer brandon kariya says they have received between 15 and 25 similar reports since december. >> the majority of these, they're in the 680 highway 24 area. >> cracked windshields and sunroofs, but no injuries so far. >> we want to let the public know we are concerned about this, it is on our radar, we're aware of these incidents and we want people to report it. >> officers don't know exactly what they're dealing with, if there's a person throwing items off the overpass, can you see there is a fence here. churchill is worried the next victim could get hurt or killed. >> the chp is asking any other victims out there to call them and report it, include the direction you were driving and location alyssa harrington abc 7 news.
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i will say, the other side is going absolutely crazy. they're going crazy. >> that's president-elect trump talking about how capitol hill democrats are receiving his cabinet nominees. right now, he's at an inauguration eve ball. following a spectacular fireworks display and concert on the national mall. the nation prepares to swear in its next president, many people are reflecting on the current president's legacy. thanks very much. thinking a lot today about what it must be like for president barack obama to spend his last
night in the white house. and for president-elect donald trump to spent his first night in the white house. president trump says he will be a unifier, he will bring people together and bring real change. many debate that. he's already facing a lot of push back from senate's newest members. including camel la harris, who told our sister station she is voting against general john kelly donald trump's choice to run the homeland security department. kelly has gotten high marks from many democrats. harris says she doesn't support him, because he can't guarantee her he will support daca. it allows certain undocumented immigrants who were brought here as children to avoid deportation. >> i asked him repeatedly whether he would honor the
promise that our country made to those kids. >> my view was, he was going to be helpful in this issue, we'll have to wait and see. >> dianne feinstein says she does not announce her positions on cabinet votes. both those senators are on the intelligence committee, investigating russia's role in the election. here behind me, you can see the capitol all aglow, this is where all the action will take place tomorrow as we inaugurate the 45th president of the united states. we take time now to look back at the past eight years. president barack obama entered the white house breaking the color barrier. he took over the nation at the height of the great recession. bay area congressional leaders say that was one of the challenges that president obama overcame in office. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> when he took office, the u.s.
was involved in fighting two wars, financial institutions and the auto industry were on the verge of collapse. and millions of americans were without health care. >> i think he's walked into a situation where one would ask, why would you want to be president of the united states at this time. >> history is going to look back on him as being a transformative president. because of all the progress and change that happened under his watch. >> the president brokered deals to save the auto 12re, and built on plans to upright the financial sector, part of that was helped by the american recovery and reinvestment act. $800 billion in government spending and tax cuts that jump started the economy. >> his legacy is a strong economy. the stock market was around
4,000 at the time he took office. >> overseas, his administration is the one that found and kill ed bin laden. >> the president smoothed over u.s. foreign relations. >> he did everything he could do to make sure that a country 90 miles away would be able to engage in trade and travel with our own country. >> democrats call the passage of the affordable care act the president's biggest success. republicans dubbed it obama care. >> there are 30 million people that have health insurance today that didn't have it before. 50 million people who couldn't get health insurance because they had pre-existing conditions. >> well, of course, we know the republican led congress is making it a priority to repeal
and replace the affordable care act. everything will probably pause for a brief few hours tomorrow as they inaugurate the next president. and then this town is promising to fire up with politics like we have not seen perhaps in quite some time. we'll continue our coverage here a little later on the hour for the moment, back to you. >> what's happening tonight? >> great question. you know, tonight a number of things are happening, things have quieted down in terms of the rehearsals and all that that were taking place behind me. now the republican faithful have come here to support their new president. there are a number of events going on tonight. in the meantime, the security forces continue to move after rush hour today, barricades into place, and really close down more roads and begin to really prepare to lock down the city tomorrow.
there's quite a bit still going on here tonight. tomorrow, though, a hold on, because it's going to be a really spectacular and interesting display. something very uniquely american as we transfer power to the next president. >> thank you very much. america is about to enter a new chapter as we've been talking about with this new president. and we're going to take that step with some new citizens. we'll hear their perspective next. stocking up for the storm and we're not talking about rain. i'm jonathan bloom with how some are prepping for a possible political disaster ahead.
their plans. only 36% of people sur vied by the hoover institution think donald trump will succeed. about an equal number think a wall between the u.s. and mexico would make california better off, and support his plan to repeal obama care. only about a quarter of the people in the survey support the idea of california seceding and own country. californians are prepared to stick it out for at least the next four years. >> jonathan bloom went to one place as they prepare to hunker down. >> fukushima was major in 2011. >> when disasters happen around the world, michael skylar gets a flurry of customers. the disaster supply center has what you need to survive a catastrophe. even if it's not a flood or an earthquake. >> the political earthquake is just another facet of emergency preparedness. >> that's the only way he can explain a sudden surge of business. >> they don't indicate it's
because of the election, but you can see it's because of a concern. >> buying supplies for emergency surgery, even nuclear war. >> they're concerned with terrorism. >> of all the things associated with prepping for survival, there's one that isn't sold here, guns. >> the red cross has said that people seem to band together in times of disaster. >> instead of fighting, helping each other and sharing stockpiles of clean water for phones, radios and right. >> so they're not left in the dark. >> jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. our next storm will arrive in the bay area in the next couple hours. sandia is tracking it now and will be back with the forecast in five minutes. >> we have live doppler 7 on the app, you can enable push alerts
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last october. in november of 2014, three staff members took several hospital residents out as a group to a movie theater, as they were leaving, a nursing assistant left one patient in a wheelchair when he went to turn on the van. the wheelchair rolled and the patient fell face first. he had been at the hospital for years for treatment of dementia. laguna honda has already made several changes. they face a $100,000 fine from the state. a new generation of naturalized u.s. citizens may have been created as a result of the november presidential election. several of 50 immigrants who took their loyalty oath today say they take their voting rights seriously in the hopes of making a difference at the polls. >> definitely one of the reasons i applied for citizenship, i'm
looking forward to voting in the next election. >> victor is a truck mechanic in san jose with concern about the impact of future immigration policy on his family and others. he and his wife have two boys, 2-year-old dante and anthony, he was motivated to become a citizen. >> the most important reason is to vote and the second one is to give my family together. >> it's not enough for the latino community to organize and protest, however, as a marine veteran, he recognizes that the president who may have contrary reviews, is the military's commander in chief. >> i could disagree with the way he thinks of immigration and other opinions. but i'm willing to support his
decisions. >> a toronto native, he's confident he and his fellow new citizens will use their voting and free speech rights in positive ways. >> these are important things to the united states of america. so i believe -- i strongly believe that these issues will be overcome and the country will work as a team. >> in san jose, david louie, abc 7 news. >> we're going to bring you the presidential inauguration live from washington, d.c., tomorrow, beginning at 4:00 a.m. with local news, weather and traffic during the abc news coverage. and you can see what it looks like in washington, d.c., for the inauguration without leaving california. we've posted several 360 degree views of the national mall and the setup for the ceremony. >> the storm watch in san francisco today, we saw blue skies and clouds outside our abc 7 news studios. abc 7 news was in oakland when the rain moved in. it was time for wipers and hoodies and sandia is back with
an update on the forecast. >> get ready for more downpours, where in a quiet period. there's still some moisture in the clouds, don't be surprised if you see a little drizzle out there or a light shower. most of that green is not reaching the screen. we take a look at what's up ahead. crescent city, eureka, you'll notice there is blue here, indicating snow. this is going to be a colder storm for your morning rush. strong winds will make it a tough ride for the commute. i just want to warn you in advance, the chances of rain the next seven days, two storms, friday, that's a two, sunday is a two. moderate in intensity. those are going to be scattered showers, saturday is going to be your best day of the weekend in terms of getting out and about. you will see damp roadways for the afternoon evening commute. it's the morning commute that's going to be stormy on the accuweather 7-day forecast. there are a few showers
saturday, saturday night into sunday we have a two coming in, more wet weather for monday into early tuesday before we get a chance to dry out and by then, i know we will need it. 117 to 178% of normal is where we stand in terms of rainfall. >> wow! >> thanks, sandia. nba all-stars, the starters were announced. kevin duran the we knew was
last night zaza pachulia knocked russell westbrook to the floor many today, steph curry knocked him out of the starting lineup. the results were announced today. there was question whether steph would start in the game because of the incredible seasons that russ and james harden are having. steph is not doing too badly himself. numbers that are down from a year ago, but remember, 50% of the votes come from the fans and that's how steph ended up getting a nod from westbrook hp his former teammate now a member of the warriors, also in the western conference starting lineup. duran the with a season high 40 points against the thunder last
night. here are the other western conference starters. you have harden and kawhi leonard. espn's mark stein is reporting the nba is going to review zsa zsa's flagrant foul as well as westbrook's post game comments promising revenge on zaza. the league kind of frowns on that sort of thing. westbrook last night, here he is again. >> i don't play that game. i'm going to get it back. whenever that is i don't know when it's going to be, but i don't play that game. >> it's my 14th year, we all know what my game is, to play hard and not dirty, but play hard, that's -- it was a hard fight. i'm not worried about this stuff. >> warriors in houston tomorrow to face harden and the rockets. on to the nfl now, the raiders have filed their relocation papers to move to las vegas. it's not a done deal, even some of the raiders players themselves aren't quite sure
what's going on. derek carr tweeting what does filed papers mean? does that mean it's official or is there still a vote. 24 of 32 owners in the nfl still need to approve this proposal, a vote that's likely to take place in marat the annual meetings. the move to vegas is a forgone conclusion they're moving. the reasoning is that there's so many unanswered questions in vegas, financial projections, that seem to be a stretch, the involvement of casino old owner sheldon adelson moving to a smaller tv market. the overall concern that oakland is a better market to be in than las vegas. rams and chargers, may be a bad idea. hard to know how this is going to go in the long run. you have vegas putting up $750 million.
owners love $750 million. remember, we thought the raiders were off to carson and we saw how owners turned against that deal. still some hope left. >> there's one job open and one candidate left. only a matter of time before the 49ers hire kyle shanahan as their new head coach. he's got a game to prepare for, atlanta hosts green bay in the nfc title game on sunday. the son of mike shanahan says he's definitely interested but there's no formal offer yet, and he's had only one meeting with the niners, nfl rules very strict about interviewing candidates still involved in the playoffs. the niners will have to wait until the falcons season ends. >> i'm excited about that, it's not really something that i know what the situation is right now. i think there' some interest obviously, there's no -- i felt that in my interview a couple weeks ago, looking forward to getting a chance where you can't speak to people again. it's a pretty good situation to be in. >> pretty good indeed.
>> the niners conducting their general manager interviews, they haven't narrowed that down yet. join us tonight at 9:00 on kofytv 20. coming up, the trump budget axe. the three programs beloved by democrats that face an uncertain future at 9:00. on abc 7 news at 11:00, parting words of wisdom from presidents of the past, what was president obama told on his inauguration day by george w. bush. here's tonight's prime time lineup, 8:00 grays anatomy, scandal, followed by a special edition of 2020 on america's new first family. the trump's go to washington. stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. that is going to do it for this edition of abc 7 news. >> live in washington, a city very much bristling with excitement about what is to come here tomorrow. the inauguration of the 45th president of the united states donald trump, it is an event
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