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. it all ended a short while ago with the president and first lady at the naug recall ball. here they are celebrating with the first dance. the song "i did it my way." ♪ i lived a life that's full. >> i'm eric thomas. dan ashley is on assignment at the inauguration. >> i'm ama daetz. despite the sell bray, the work of the administration has begun. >> an anchor dan ashley in washington with more on this busy first day. >> reporter: a lot is happening in the city on president trump's first day. let's begin by me catching you up on some of the latest headlines in washington. in the past couple of hours we got our first look at donald trump inside the oval office. he sign his first executive order as president, an order for federal agencies to ease the burden of president obama's sweeping healthcare law. we are working to get more information and details on what
the order actually means. it comes after congress voted for a full repeal ofhe affordable care act. stay tuned for more on that. president trump's first two cabinet nominees were sworn in late this afternoon. you are looking at ve president mike pence giving the oath to retired general james mattis, who is now defense secretary. retired general john kelly took the oath at homeland security secretary. the senate confirmed both nominations earlier in this day. it has been a day of celebration, but as you have seen here in washington and around the country also a day of protest. a lot of people came from the bay area to be a part of this inauguration, and we had the chance to spend some time with them today. >> what did you think of the president's speech? >> i thought it was good. he is talking to all of america now, and will be the leader for all of america. >> reporter: was it moving to you in some ways? >> very much so. >> reporter: tell me why. >> it is a very patriotic thing to listen to the president, to see the inauguration, to see the swearing in, and the people, the
people were great. it was amazing. the kroutd was amazing. >> reporter: why are you here 3,000 miles from home today? >> i'm here to honor our new president. >> reporter: what did you think of the inauguration and speech? >> i thought it was fantastic. the spirit is wonderful. we're going to make america great again. >> reporter: everyone here very relieved that the rain held off for the inauguration. i have been talking with people who came from all parts of the country including a lot of people from the bay area, some die-hard trump supporters, some not so much. but everyone i spoke with very glad that they came. > reporter: what was your impression being more of a democrat, being here and here on a republican inauguration? >> i think ultimately he is our president, right? that's the whole purpose of democracy, is you vote in an election. no one ever said you're going to get your choice, but the majority decides. and we have him for four years and we have to abide by that decision. >> reporter: a lot of people in our area don't support donald
trump as president. what would you say to them on this inauguration? >> i would say give him a chance. he is a very smart person, okay. he didn't get to where he is by being dumb. i think a lot of people fear some of the rhetoric that he says, but a lot of it is taken out of context. think he's going to, you know, bring a lot of common sense values to the white house and he's going to do a good job. >> reporter: really interesting conversations with bay area folks who felt they had to be here in person to witness this historic day in washington. you know, this was a day of great change, obviously. not just for the country but also for two men, donald trump and barack obama. now, private citizens, barack and michelle obama's plane landed a little while ago in southern california at riverside's march air reserve base. they were supposed to land at palm springs airport where they were going to go on vacation but they could not because of a storm moving through. this landing in riverside was a bit of a challenge too because the base lost power in the storm. the obamas plan to spend a week on vacation in california, then
they're going to move back to washington d.c., living in the coveted kalorama neighborhood. unusual for a former president to stay in the washington area right after leaving office, but they're doing that in order to allow their older daughter malia to finish high school. what a day it has been. pomp, circumstance and a good bit of chaos on the streets of washington and around the country, but we have witnessed history tonight. donald trump will wake up tomorrow and serve his first full day at the 45th president of states. in washington, dan ashley, "abc 7 news." back to you. while president trump's inaugural address is described by some as unusually combative, he struck a more conciliatory note at the luncheon, thanking bill and hillary clinton had for attending. >> i was very honored, very, very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hilary clinton was coming today. i think it is appropriate to say -- and i would like you to stand up. [ applause ]
>> honestly, there's nothing more i can say because i have a lot of respect for those two people. earlier today, mrs. clinton tweeted she attended today's inauguration to honor our democracy and its enduring values, saying she will never stop believing in our current railway and its future. more than 200 people were arrested during inauguration protests in d.c. today. one limousine was vandalized, then set on fire. the windows of other cars were smashed. at one point a few protesters used sticks to vandalize a starbuck's and a bank. a pile of overturned newspaper boxes and trash cans were also set on fire. police responded with flash bang grenades and pepper spray and attempted to chase down some of the vandals. washington d.c. police say six officers suffered minor injuries. >> protesters still on the streets in okay land tonight. about 1,000 people protesting the inauguration of donald trump
marched through the downtown area. police were out but the protests remain peaceful. we heard a multitude of concerns from protesters today. >> i also am a science teacher, so to put somebody in charge of the epa who is opposed to the epa, opposed regulation, i am really afraid. >> mass movements will be necessary to stop trump's attacks. mass mobilizations of working people to -- in the streets to protest, to get organized in the workplaces, you know, potentially have strike actions, walkouts, school walkouts, things like that. oakland police say their staffing levels are full tonight. so far though the demonstrations have been peaceful. a large crowd marched through san francisco tonight as well. this president trump protest went down market street to the castro. there were at least 1,000 protesters. like in oakland there was a large police presence. the crowd has been loud but peaceful. a peaceful anti-trump
demonstration brought thousands to san francisco's golden gate bridge. participants formed a human chain. organizers said it was to show unity is the strongest fwrij of all. alyssa harrington shows us more from the event. >> it is exciting to be part of this because it is the beginning of our fight. >> reporter: as president donald trump was sworn into office, thousands in san francisco gathered on the golden gate bridge and linked arms. this was not called a protest, but instead a show of unity. >> all of the reasons why you're unhappy or all of the reasons why you don't like the results, it wasn't about that. it was about goodness, goodness coming together. >> we're trying to show that love trumps hate and we're stronger together, and you don't get anything by violence. >> reporter: video from sky 7 shows roughly 3500 people forming a human chain that nearly stretched the entire span of the bridge. >> love, love, love. >> reporter: the peaceful anti-trump event called bridge together golden gate was
organized as a performance art piece. >> i hope that those of us with this kind of attitude can group together and make political change to make it a more inclusive country. >> reporter: you'll notice a lot of protesters wearing "the color purple." they tell me this is symbolic of both party colors mixed together and stands for anti-bullying. zain grim is skeptical of the new president and his promise to make america great again. >> i think it is pretty great right now, and i think the people who are here at the demonstration also believe that it is a great place right now. we don't need him. >> reporter: the event closed several parking lots including the one by the welcome center and vista point. they have since reopened. in san francisco, alyssa harrington "abc 7 news." what is expected to be the largest inauguration protest takes place tomorrow. thousands will be in the nation's capital for the women's march on washington. peninsula congresswoman jackie spear will be taking part? here she is donning the pink
knit hat many will be wearing. similar marches will take place in san francisco, oakland and more than 600 cities worldwide. the white house has a new version of its website including we the people petitions. the first petition calls for president trump to release his tax returns. there are already 69,000 signatures. it needs 100,000 by february 19th for it to receive a white house review. >> doubt have to sign a darn thing to get a look at the weather right now. a new rainstorm is approaching the bay area tonight. >> let's check in with meteorologi meteorologist. >> here is a look at live doppler 7. we are in a lull between systems but spotty showers showing up. get you into street level radar in san leandro. moderate pockets of rainfalling right now. we are seeing a few showers developing around san francisco, the richmond district, the marina district, in the north bay, point ray station is wet. we have a flood warning for
central sonoma county until 11:00 tonight. flooding was reported earlier today, still a possibility with the small creeks there, and a flood warning for parts of san bernardino and santa clara counties until 3:45 monday. here is a look at live doppler 7. yes, there is another storm coming. we are already tracking the next storm, and it is right here. it will arrive this upcoming weekend on our storm impact scale, it is our exclusive scale, this is moderate in strength. saturday night into sunday rain heavy at times. flooding is expected and strong, gusty win. your hour-by-hour forecast and a look at rainfall estimates coming up for your upcoming weekend many eric. >> sandhya, thank you very much. today storm left its mark on the bay area. check out the flooding that took place during this morning's downpour in one san francisco neighborhood. the intense rain backed up the sewer, and that sent water a foot deep into homes on kayuga street. city crews helped residents clean up. sky 7 captured this fallen
tree in pacific heights neighborhood. it was found uprooted and on the ground this morning, a casualty of this morning's gusty winds. a levy break is causing problems in hollister. this is sky 7 video from today. it is causing more flooding and evacuations. emergency crews rescued 21 people because of water rising in the lover's lane area. officials say they have not had enough time to fix the levy. they're blaming the state for not sending enough help. >> take a look at this rare site in south san francisco. the fire department tweeted these photos of hail accumulated along south cliff avenue. what you see is a hail and water mix forming ice blocks. the fire department was called in to help clear some of the flooding that happened when the ice blocked storm drains. coming up, it is party time for bay area trump supporters. how today's inauguration has reinvigorated local republicans. >> and how much rain will we see
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inauguration, but south bay supporters of donald trump show enthusiasm by gathering early in the morning to watch ceremony on big screen tvs. they opened the doors early. organizer lynne duncan was happy with the turnout. >> very passionate this morning, everybody cheering, and everybody was happy. some tears. so it was great. >> reporter: and the party will continue this evening for other trump supporters who couldn't drop by in the morning. >> people united! we'll never be defeated. >> reporter: however, crowds gathered in downtown san jose to protest rather than celebrate mr. trump's inauguration. they assembled at cesar chavez plaza, signs and banners listing grievances that they expect the new president won't embrace. >> i hope the new president will hear the people. he is our new president, so we have to demand that he fights injustice, he doesn't take away
our civil rights. >> reporter: the number of protesters grew as the march moved to the san jose federal building and then to san jose city hall. the crowd estimated to exceed 500. in san jose, david louis, "abc 7 news." meteorologist sandhya patel is checking the forecast. >> make sure you have umbrellas around this upcoming weekend. showers dotting live doppler 7. i want to take you to street level radar. as you notice here, we are seeing pockets of moderate rain right around castro valley, stanton avenue, england, elgin street. so we are tracking this moisture. it is going to start to progress east ward as you will notice here. as it does, it will head into the castro valley area at 9:17. in the inland east bay around concord, pleasanton, we are seeing light showers, and the showers will pretty much continue through saturday morning before we get a little break. from our mount hamilton area we are seeing a mix of rain and snow, now dissipating but likely
again as we head into the overnight hours. in the sierra it is turning to quite a bit of snow. it is dumping up there, has been i should say. chain controls right now heading up to the mountains and a winter storm warning. temperatures right now, you feel the chill? it is feeling different because it was a cold storm. we have 40s, 50s outside from our "abc 7 news" exploratory camera, we are seeing the rain on the lens here. a little fuzzy. scattered showers into tomorrow morning. next storm gets here saturday night into sunday morning, we will have downpours and gussy winds. a high surf warning is extended until 3:00 p.m. sunday. the big waves will continue. look at the monterey bouy, rip current are possible. watch out for the large breakers. on the storm impact scale we have a level two. moderate in strength saturday night into sunday. expect downpours at time. flooding is likely now that we've gotten so much rain. we've had about half an inch to almost 2 inches with the last
storm. ground saturated. doesn't take much to cause the low lying flooding. we have strong, gusty winds coming up promptng a high wind watch. pretty much everyone is covered. strongest winds will be over the coast and over the higher terrain where gusts could stop 40 to 50 miles an hour. watch out for power lines and trees going down. flash flood watch until 6:00 p.m. sunday. you can see the entire area pretty much covered, once again under the watch. download the "abc 7 news" app. we will send push alert in the event there are flood advisors. rapid rise expected on creeks, rock and mud slide possibility as well. hour-by-hour forecast, saturday at 4:00 p.m. this is your window to get out and about. a few showers around but no downpours. you have to wait until 7:00 saturday night before the main storm moves in. it is the third storm in the series. at 10:00 p.m. we are looking at snow over the hills above lake county. light to moderate rate for the
rest of the bay area. going into sunday morning the intensity of the rain picks up at 2:00 a.m. while you are sleeping you may hear downpours 4:00 a.m. sunday, look at the santa cruz mountains, getting clobbered by the heavy rain. orange there. 7:00 a.m. sunday just starting to wind down, but when you think it is over, not quite. scattered showers going sunday afternoon and evening. pockets of brief downpours, and after we go through there we will keep the showers going into monday as well. rainfall totals with the third storm, many of you will get between an inch to 2 inches. by monday some of the hills could have isolated amounts of 4 inches. showers tomorrow morning, chilly, 40s, bundle up. for the afternoon the umbrella temperatures in the 50s. seven day forecast. one on the impact scale for leftover showers on saturday. two for sunday, a stormy day, and a one for monday. dry out tuesday on. >> thank you, sandhya. >> get some water. up next, el chapo's
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. federal prosecutors filed for formal charges today against mexican drug king pin joaquin el chapo guzman. authorities brought the convicted leader of the cartel to a brooklyn courthouse today, a day after his surprise extradition. he pleaded not guilty this afternoon to all charges in the sweeping 17 count intightment. the charges include corruption, murder, conspiracy, drug importation and mondy laundering. >> the allegations in the indictment made clear over the course of decades guzman's destructive and murderous rise as an international narcotics trafficker is akin to that of a small cancerous tumor that grew
into a full-blown scourge. >> u.s. officials say they didn't learn until yesterday that mexico was extraditing guzman, but they say they were prepared for it. prosecutors agreed to not seek the death penalty as a condition of the extradition. >> crews are working frantically to rescue people trapped by an avalanche in italy. you are looking at dramatic video of a boy emerging from the snow covered hotel. so far rescue teams pulled five people out alive. they are trying to reach another five survivors at a resort northeast of rome. the death toll stands at four since wednesday as avalanche. when we come back, president trump's message to america. >> as one administration begins another ended. the former president has a message to all-americans as well. and the bay area gala and
♪ live where you live, this is "abc 7 news." we begin this half hour with the inauguration of the 45th president of the united states, donald trump. tonight he and his first family are at the white house. >> it all comes after a day of history and high drama as former president and a former rival watched as trump took the oath of office. an news reporter marcy gonzales in washington d.c. >> reporter: good evening. president trump will spend his first night in the white house tonight with his entire family after a long day of events. everything was running behind schedule today, which really pushed back the celebrations even later into the night. ♪ much more than this ♪ i did it my way >> reporter: a new era usher in with some old traditions.
president donald trump and first lady melania making the rounds at three inaugural balls, celebrating the end of this historic day. >> preserve, protect and defend. >> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> reporter: the 45th president of the united states sworn into office. then sharing with the cheering crowd his vision for the country. >> from this day forward it is going to be only america first. >> reporter: former president obama, now on vacation in palm springs, after moving out of the white house leaving a note for his successor and these words for the american people. >> i could not be prouder. this has been the privilege of my life. >> reporter: and though protesters clashed with police in the streets of the nation's
capital, it did not stop the work from beginning or the thousands of supporters from lining pennsylvania avenue for the inaugural parade honoring the new president. and president trump said tonight now the work begins. he has already signed his first executive order aimed at scaling back obamacare. marcy gonzales, an news, washington. >> by most accounts the crowd was small to today's inauguration. this is from president obama's 2009 inauguration when 1.8 million people came to witness his swearing in. this is what it looked like today. no official crowd count, but the cool weather and threat of rain may have kept people away. also tonight we witnessed another first family say goodbye. this is an image of former president obama looking through the helicopter window, no longer called marine one. captured the final farewell to the white house? has more on the final hours in washington and the new president
who thanked them for being so gracious. >> after eight years in the white house, michelle and i now rejoin all of you as private citizens. >> reporter: today a goodbye and an introduction of sorts. president obama sign off came on his new twitter account, potus 44. >> how are you feeling? >> feeling nostalgic? >> of course. >> reporter: the exit from the oval office and a kiss from michelle as they waited to pass the torch to the new president. tonight, two families now close friends, are going their separate ways. the bidens boarding an amtrak train to delaware as he did for decades as a senator. >> 8,200 round trips, over 2,100,000 miles on amtrak. >> for the obamas a new goodbye before boarding executive one, and a last fly over above the white house. it was an emotional send-off from staffers and supporters before boarding that plane. >> this is not a period, it is a
comma in the continuing story of building america. >> reporter: and a promise for the future. >> i promise you i will be right there with you. all right. god bless you. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: thank you, everybody. yes, we did. yes, we can. god bless america. >> reporter: one more climb up those steps, and then a final wave. and that was cecelia vega reporting. former vice president joe biden and his wife jill were greet by a huge crowd at a welcoming rally in delaware. they left washington on amtrak, something he did occasionally when he was a senator. a union protest against president trump caused headaches at the port of oakland? it began when numerous long shore workers didn't report for work causing one shipping
terminal to close. vesally operations were suspended for a time. truckers were backed up for hours. >> what hurt us is one of the terminals closed down. we had a lot of loads we couldn't get done today. long shore union workers have been vocal opponents of president trump. the port will resume normal operations after today. >> there were minor confrontations today between some uc berkley students and students from the campus republican club. hundreds quickly filled the plaza for an anti-trump rally. "abc 7 news" reporter was there. >> reporter: berkley high school students marched to cal in a show of solidarity with students already protesting today's inauguration. >> the only way we can get through these next four years is with support and love. >> reporter: today's rally didn't have the intensity of other uc berkley demonstrations seen in previous years. still, students seemed to show the same commitment towards helping multicultural groups. >> and most importantly is to give them the strength and the
encouragement and the support that is needed to go through the trump years. >> reporter: some faculty also came to support students. >> i'm very concerned about what i'm seeing, both in terms of the language, the visual symbolisms. >> we will bring back our borders. >> reporter: those words heard through a bull horn were spoken by president trump and played over and over by uc berkley college republicans. its members said they wanted other students to know they are here. at one point both sides exchanged words. >> they're unhappy, but with the outcome of the election, but, you know, here we are, january 20th. the new president. let's move forward. >> all of my friends have been personally attacked by his comments about women, about muslim-americans and immigrants. it is disgusting this hatred is allowed to be open. i'm not going to allow it to open. >> no kkk, no fascist usa. >> reporter: students left the campus to march down telegraph avenue towards oakland, keeping today's demonstrations non-confrontational. at uc berkley, lyanne melendez,
"abc 7 news." >> most of the pomp and circumstance is in washington, but bay area republicans are celebrating inauguration too and in grand fashion. "abc 7 news" reporter wayne freedman was in santa rosa with festivities there. >> the tables are set, the room is ready for an inauguration ball at santa rosa's iconic flamingo hotel. it would not be the only celebration in the north bay today. >> there are a lot more of us than you can imagine. >> reporter: but not in liberal marin county where president donald trump received a bit more than 15% of the popular vote. 15% would be a few more people than the ones who gathered to watch this morning's inauguration at the trek winery. they did not invite us inside for fear of repercussions by their neighbors. >> we don't want people to hate us, ex communicate us or decide not to talk with us anymore. there's a lot of that that's gone on with our friends and colleagues. they're just like, oh, my god, you support trump, what a jerk
you are. >> reporter: meantime, we spent a morning on the outside looking in, and then watching visuals of protesting elsewhere. >> it is freedom of speech. i have the right just as much as they do to speak my mind, and if they want to speak their mind, fine, but don't destroy other people's property. >> reporter: so begins day one of the trump presidency on the left coast where the victorious minority remains somewhat guarded. in the north bay, wayne freedman, "abc 7 news." and we have much more from today's events on "abc 7 news".com. you can watch president trump's entire speech and see highlights from today's events. >> amid all of the celebration it was also moving day. from the moment the obamas walked out the door this morning, a team
. it was moving day at the white house from the moment president obama joined the president-elect on that ride up to the capital. the staff jumped into action. >> they only had five hours to get the white house ready for new residents. here is an news anchor elizabeth vargas. >> when the obamas leave the action begins. the minute they leave, frenzy. >> it is over, yes. >> reporter: they start racing around. >> they do. it swifs out. >> reporter: admiral steech roshan was in charge of the move eight years ago when president george w. bush's family moved out and newly elected president barack obama moved in. >> i sent out a questionnaire to the advance team right after the election, and it is a huge list, what brand of shampoo, what brand of soap, what type of carpets, bedding, do you want foam pillows or feather pillows, mattresses. >> reporter: for security reasons, no outside movers ared. so the entire staff must pitch
in. >> all 95 staff members, no leave is granted. >> reporter: and it is no small task. the white house is a three-story, 132 room mansion. while the ground floor is open to the public, the first family occupies the second and third floors with 16 bedrooms, 35 bathrooms, family rooms and a private kitchen. it is about 20,000 square feet of living space, which means the trumps will be downsizing from their 30,000 square foot penthouse in new york city. >> the white house is the white house. it is just a spectacular place, and, you know, it is something that represents something very special. >> reporter: with all of the precision and the preparations, ultimately roshaun says moving day can be emotional. he still remembers the feeling of saying goodbye to george and laura bush. >> i remember inauguration day in the morning, to say farewell in the east room, and there
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a tree came down on highway 17 near red wood estates. it hit a car but nobody was hurt. all southbound lanes are shut down south of los gatos. let's get another check on our weather with sandhya patel. >> let's check out live doppler seven, and we will take you to street level radar where we still see slick roadways. nothing heavy duty. san francisco, you will notice some showers from the sunset to the marina area, bay view district across 280, mission street, and we head into the east babe from arinda to lafayette, walnut creek across the tunnel. you are seeing the wet roadways. liver more also getting light rain right now, and as we take a look at the winter storm warning for the sierra nevada with good reason until 4:00 a.m. monday chain controls heading up there. four to 6 feet expected above 4,000 feet before monday. white out conditions with travel delays likely. i would hold off on traling up
there. some of the reports from the sierra in the last 24 hours, we are looking at 20 inches at boreal, 17 inches at kirk wood, bear valley 27 inches of snow, and they're still counting up there. take a look at what is ahead and you will notice the snow will be accumulating between tonight all the way through monday up to 64 inches expected at kirk wood. sierra snow pack statewide is doing great, at 168% of average. scattered showers in the bay area tomorrow. tomorrow afternoon is really your break. highs will be in the 50s and tomorrow night we track our third in this series of storms, as you look at our storm impact scale it is a two for saturday night into sunday. it is a moderate strength storm. that is what is going to bring us the wind and the rain. here is a look at it on live doppler seven. this is two moderate strength storm, saturday into sunday expecting downpours with flooding likely and strong, gusty winds. here are the concerns, ponding on the roadways, creek, stream flooding and power outages very
high likelihood. river flooding and debris flows looks high as well so it could be messy on sunday. seven day forecast, one for saturday with scattered showers, again one on monday, two for sunday, it is a stormy day. if you had to pick and choose, you will get a chance after tuesday morning, possible drops to dry out wednesday through friday. that's when you want to make your plans, eric and ama. >> thanks, sandhya. >> time for a preview of sports. here is larry. >> warriors, now the rockets beat them in double over time earlier this season. doves went looking for pay back tonight with kevin durant
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. abc7 sports brought to you by your local toyota dealer. >> good evening. the warriors just wrapped up their most impressive week of the entire season. blow out wince over the cavs, thupder and tonight the rockets. remember they beat the doves earlier in the season at oracle. this would be different. as the doves start a four game road trip, first quarter, look at durant put harrell in the
torture chamber there. cross over and long stride to the rim. west is out, so macadoo getting run. only to see durant's old teammate harden bring the rockets back. he averages 29 a game, held to 17 in this one. later in the second quarter, green, ahead to andre for the flush. final seconds of the half. curry with a dagger three, 15 threes for the warriors, rockets. warriors by five at the break. bury the rockets in the third quarter. how do you guard dave? all a 10-2 warriors run. curry to durant for the slam. katie 3 and seven assists. steph with 24 and the exclamation point. 125-108, the dove sweep three of the best teams in the league this week, claefld, okc and houston. >> it was our best week of the season. i think we've gotten better each time we stepped on the floor this week.
that's what is most important. it is not about blasting these three teams. it is about getting better. and, you know, trying to reach our end goal. to do that you have to get better each time you step on the floor. >> a lot of people are complaining about russell westbrook getting snubbed from the all star game as far as the starting lineup is concerned. this is a guy averaging a triple double on the season, 30-10-10 per night. steph curry, westbrook and harden having great years so one had to lose out. westbrook said all star games are not his priority. >> the business, the game, just play. i don't play for all star, all star bids. i play to win championships every night i compete at a high level, you know. it will work out. >> lindsey gottlieb and kalvin number 18 arizona state entered the first quarter. range on the court and banks it into the buzzer. cal up one after one.
second quarter, cal defense, range rips it away. davidson holds on and finds kouling for the lay-up. cal up for the half. third quarter off a cal miss. this is a great playwright here. robby ryan, coast to coast and finishing with a left. leading all scorers with 14 at this point. in the final minutes asu is up 47-42. believe it or not, we're less than a month away from pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training. today the a's made it official sign -- announcing the signing of casia and taking a swipe at cross town rivals on twitter saying back to the better side of the bay. it is a two-year, $11 million deal for casia. remember, he blew nine saves for the giants. three in the final month of the season. confidence was shot. a 36-year-old made his major debut with the a's, back in 2004, before going to the giants in 2010. ended up with three world series rings and was great in 2014.
if you have a good job, it is pretty easy to say no to york at this point. that is what is happening on a daily basis with another 49ers gm candidate dropping out. today it was packers executive bryant gudakist who bowed off after his green bay colleague did the same thing yesterday. talking packers, they visit atlanta on sunday. it is the nfc championship championship. aaron rodgers is the hail mary king. did it to giants in the playoff team and made the miracle throw against the cowboys in the final seconds that help set up the gain winning field goal. rodgers says a lot of the late game magic comes from growing up a 49ers fan. >> it is like growing up in the street. you are playing joe montana and steve young, throw in a john taylor, brent jones and making it up as you go and trusting those guys are, you know, going to be on the same page. the beauty is that it is never out and out street ball.
it is rooted in concepts we know and run. >> everybody believes the packers will go into atlanta and upset the falcons. that would free up kyle shanahan for the 49ers earlier than if they went to the super bowl. we'll see how it works out. abc7 sports brought to you by toyota one. warriors note, they were planning to fly because road trip continues in orlando. stuck in houston so they're going to wait it out and fly tomorrow. >> thanks, larry. coming up tonight on "abc 7 news" at 11:00, live in hollister where people had to evacuate again because of flooding and more storms on the way. we will be live in washington d.c. as we enter a new era of american history. dan ashley talked to californians who bucked the bay area's liberal trend. hear what they're optimistic about. join us for "abc 7 news" at 11:00 on channel 7. finally, this friday night the campaign is over and president trump has his first chance to lead the country. >> here are some memorable moments from the day. >> preserve, protect and defend.
>> the constitution of the united states. >> the constitution of the united states. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> i stand here today confident in this great country for one reason, you, the american people. >> when you open your heart to patriotism, there is no room for prejudice. >> and we look forward to continuing this journey with all of you, and i can't wait to see what you do next. >> when america is united, america is totally unstoppable. >> very, very honored when i heard that president bill clinton and secretary hilary clinton were coming today. >> whether we are black or brown or white, we all bleed the same red blood of patriots. ♪ sea to shining sea