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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> it's a late night gun debate in san carlos. tonight an unprecedented crowd packed city hall to duke it out over a possible new gun shop. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm dion lim in for ama daetz. that gun store was set to open this month until the community found out. >> yeah, it's located on industrial road just blocks from redwood high school and the san carlos library. >> lilian kim joins us from city hall with late-breaking developments. lilli lili lilian? >> reporter: a huge setback for the gun store. the council just approved a moratorium on any new gun. which means turner's outdoorsman
won't be opening any time soon. the prospect of a second gun store has galvanized the community. the crowd spilled out of council chambers. they also packed the overflow rooms. they say much sat stake. >> what kind of environment do we want, do people want the raise their children in. do they want the raise it in an environment where it's just as easy to go buy a gun store as a disney movie? >> the issue came to light when the community got wind of plans to turn this into a turner's outdoors man, a retail chain that sells guns, ammo, hunting and fishing equipment. san carlos city hall received hundreds of e-mails in opposition. the city council is now considering a moratorium on gun stores. >> to me, that's a classic case of where you say stop the music. we have to decide as a community what we want to do. >> representatives of turner's outdoorsman say a moratorium would be unfair. they have already invested $125,000 into the location. plus they say there is nothing unsafe about their stores. >> i personally feel safer
taking my children into our stores than i would going to an atm or a convenience store or a gas station. our stores are not unsafe to be in. >> but for many san carlos residents, the recent mass shootings are very much on their minds. >> what happened in las vegas and texas can happen in san carlos. let's not kid ourselves. violent crimes happen in small towns, more than people realize. >> in the end, the city council voted 4-1 in favor of the moratorium. it lasts 45 day, but can be extended for up to two years. live in san carlos, lilian kim, abc news. >> lilian, thanks. in the sierra tonight, expect slick roads if you're driving that way. this is the slushy view from the caltrans camera on i-80 heing west at soda springs. you will need chains from king veil to donner lake interchange. truckers must carry chains between applegate and truckee. >> san jose. look at this. the rain still falling about an
hour ago. pretty heavy. for the latest on the rain and another storm coming this way, sheer meteorologist sandhya patel. sandhya? >> hang on to the umbrellas. check out live doppler 7. i'll show you why. right now we do have some showers still falling in the south bay. so let's get you into street level radar. cambrian park, willow glen. winchester boulevard seeing wet road waist. morgan hill to san martin tin, gilroy to santa teresa boulevard. we're also tracking very spotty light returns around san bruno, millbrae, as you'll notice right near sfo. we are tracking a stronger storm. this one is a level 2, the first level 2 of the season. and that is going to be a moderate strength storm. so what we're watching is an area of low pressure dropping out of the gulf of mexico. a steady stream of moisture copping or way. and that is going to mean potential problems for parts of the bay area. i'll detail that out. the timeline of when that storm hits and what it will bring, coming up. >> the upcoming rain raises the
risk of more evacuations in the burned areas. drone view 7 shows what's is left of the fountainview neighborhood in santa rosa. crews there have found 20 spots with damaged plastic pipes which could cause sinkholes and trigger mud slides. many were melted by the fire. abc 7 news was in santa rosa this morning as video technicians sent tiny cameras to check for more damage. tomorrow pg&e will face new lawsuits including san francisco mayor frank jordan. the lawsuits claim pg&e ignored safety regulations and did not properly maintain their utilities, which may have contributed to their starting the fires. pg&e has been refuting similar claims. pleasanton police are searching tonight for robbers who pepper sprayed jewelry store employees. abc 7 news was at the stoneridge mall while officers looked for clues. witnesses say nine masked thieves smashed glass cases and grabbed jewelry inside the
diamond ring company. well, the parents of a 10-year-old boy injured on a water slide in dublin are suing the city, the owners of the park, and the maker of the slide. the family released these photos of the boy's injuries. he was hurt on the opening day of the wave water park in may. video from our immediate where partners at the bay area news group show the boy getting thrown off the slide. more details will be announced at a news conference at the park tomorrow morning. yet another woman has come forward claiming alabama senate candidate roy moore assaulted her when she was a teenager. moore claims he never knew her, but she has proof they met, her yearbook. abc 7 news reporter kenneth mouton has the latest. >> roy moore digging in and responding to new sexual allegations and new calls for him to quit the race for alabama's senate seat. >> this race being just 28 days off, that this is a political maneuver and has nothing to do with reality. it's all about politics. >> "the washington post"
reporting moore is accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl and dating teens while he was a district attorney nearly 40 years ago. but monday, another accuser stepped forward the say moore sexual abused her when she was minor. >> i was terrified. he was also trying to pull my shirt off. i thought that he was going to rape me. >> beverly nelson says moore even wrote in her high school yearbook, calling her a beautiful girl and signing his message, love roy moore. >> mr. moore attacked me when i was a child. i did nothing to deserve this sexual attack. >> i can tell you without hesitation, this is absolutely false. i never did what she said i did. i don't even know the woman. >> more than 40 republican senators and the white house saying moore should step aside if the allegations are true. >> do you believe these allegations to be true? >> i believe the women, yes. we're looking at whether or not there is someone who can mount a write-in campaign successfully.
>> moore fired back, tweeting the person who should step aside is michoacan. he has failed conservatives and must be replaced, #, drain the swamp. moore has yet to provide the proof he has promised to discredit his accusers. despite pressure to delay the special election next month, alabama's gop governor says the date will not be moved. moore's name will be on the ballot and she will vote for him. kenneth mouton, abc news, washington. >> roy moore's original accuser was just 14 years old. now on social media, women are sharing what they were like at the age with the #me at 14. alyssa milano tweeted i uworshipped my brother. i loved my dog pucci. i loved omd. i had big hair. i was happy and innocent. and katie couric was tweeting i was eating a lot of chocolate chip cookie dough and learning to odo the hustle and not worrying about a 32-year-old man trying to hustle me. tonight we're learning more details about the heartbreak
that overshadowed the 49ers' sensational win on sunday, the first of the season. morgan goodwin, wife of marquise good win opened up about losing their son to pregnancy complications hours before he took the field. katie utehs has the story. >> tonight morgan goodwin is speaking out about the couple's loss and their struggle to have children. a performance that masked the pain as 49ers marquise goodwin scored an 83-yard touchdown in the team's viirs victory of the season. >> by the time i was able to talk to marquise, he was hurting, but he was adamant he wanted to play. that's something as a coach you respect. >> just hours before sunday's game, goodwin's wife morgan delivered a stillborn baby boy. the receiver shared this photo after the game, capturing the magnitude of the couple's loss with a tiny hand.
morgan tells "people" magazine at 19 weeks pregnant, she experienced complications and went into preterm labor. the decision to play was goodwin's. >> my experience over stuff like that is you can't -- you can't judge someone or really anticipate how anyone is going to act. you just try to support them. >> morgan, an athlete herself, gave her blessing, according to "people." the couple used fertility treatments following a miscarriage in 2013. morgan wrote on instagram, i appreciate everyone who kept us in their prayers and constantly checked in on us. this was truly an amazing experience, and it was also a tragic experience. she says the couple wants a large family, and they'll try again. katie utehs reporting, abc 7 news. a lot more to come. hacker mace have unmasked a problem with apple's new face id security. details ahead. plus pot recreational potshots could soon set up. and seattle battered by a
storm that smashed out windows and blacked out much of the city. plus, what donald trump's son tweeted today that has democrats calling for him to testify before congress. >> all that of is ead. first, a look at what is is coming up tonigh on jimmy kimmel live as he celebrates his 50th birthday with a few famous friends. jimmy? >> thanks, dan and dion. join me and a lot of surprise guests for a special show on my 50th show tonight. the world premmere of the terrific ten. >> i got your invitation. i hope you don't
boy, you really can hear that, right? a storm has unleashed deadly 60-mile-per-hour winds on the pacific northwest. one woman died after a tree fell on her car in south of seattle. a toddler escaped from the same vehicle with minor injuries. yet another tree fell on a home badly injuring a teenaged girl. at the storm's peak, it knocked out power to more than 358,000 people. recreational pot shops may pop up across san jose and the city wants to make sure it's ready for legalized weed. abc 7 reporter katie marzullo.
>> the owner of buddy's cannabis has been selling medical marijuana in san jose for about eight years. he is excited at the prospect of selling recreation aol pot as well. >> going from medical sales only to recreational will overnight increase sales by 30 to 40% is my prediction. >> he is already adding extra cash registers and increasing production. the san jose city council will decide tuesday if the 16 dispensaries operating in the city can start selling and delivering recreational marijuana. it's an about-face by the council which banned recreational sales in the city just as california voters legalized them with promise 64. councilmember johnny khamis supports the change. >> i would rather have it regulated and have it not fall into the hands of minors. >> the silicon valley, the city's chamber of commerce is also in favor of recreational sales. the president and ceo wrote a letter to the council, saying the local cannabis industry generates an extra $105 million
in revenue. >> get it out of the black market. bring it aboveboard. tax it. regulate. that's going to be a success for the city, for club owners, for the consumers. >> the city's approval is only the first step dispensary owners would still have to get a license from the state before they can start san jose january 1. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc news. democrats have called for the president's son to testify about contacts with wikileaks during his father's presidential campaign. the atlantic initially broke the story. donald trump jr. confirmed much of it by tweeting the messages and his responses. now here is what wikileaks did. they pitched the president publicly supporting their efforts. they also discussed the hacking of an anti-donald trump pack and a plan to leak president trump's old tax return. it said, quote, if we publish them, it will dramatically improve the perception of our impartiality. it won't be perceived as coming from a pro-trump, pro-russian source. now trump jr.'s lawyers turned
over the condolence he correspo investigators. hackers believe they found a way to beat the apple 10's face id. it uses facial recognition software. the cybersecurity firm out of vietnam released video how they pulled this off. they used a mask created with a 3-d printer, eyes and a mouth and silicon to create a nose. the firm claims it's not a trick. tech experts say if it's legitimate, it sun likely to affect the average user. a lot of work to pull that off. >> oh, technology. this is kind of stay in bed kind of weather. >> it sure is. meteorologist sandhya patel is here with more rain coming. >> that's right. it does feel a little dreary. tomorrow you might want to jump out of bed. i'll tell you why right now on live doppler 7. yes, we do have some showers i'm going take you in first to the santa cruz area, santa cruz
mountains, scots valley, apt toe area. coyote road, yes, it is damp out there. in terms of rainfall, .86 in santa rosa. san jose, fremont you guys have measured 0.04. san francisco 0.09. ant yak, .16. much more coming. in the mountains, this is turning to snow. but not in tahoe. not in truckee. it's raining there at the highest elevations. they have snow falling right now. state route 88 and 4 both requiring chains. here is a live picture from our tahoe camera. this is really above 8,000 feet that we're seeing the snow coming down. much more coming. winter storm watch. wednesday at 10:00 a.m. for the sierra until friday 4:00 a.m., above 6,000 feet. 8 to 16 inches. and at the highest elevations, could see up to two feet of snow. definitely prepare for winter
driving conditions if you're heading up later this week. could create some travel delays and chain controls are likely. numbers in the 40s to the 60s. quite a variety here. sfo camera showing you the view here. and yes, planes are still taking off. tomorrow morning due to low ceilings, you may encounter delays if you're flying out of sfo. fog areas in the morning. sunny the res the day. a stronger storm arrives on wednesday there is a possibility of problems in burn areas. i want to start off first with your morning commute tomorrow. some dense fog. so watch out if you are driving. murky if you're taking the ferry across the bay. and if you're walking, yes, some areas with low visibility. temperatures low 40s to the low 50s. fog could be a problem. but by the afternoon, it's going to brighten up. temperatures in the low to mid-60s. a nice looking tuesday. you get a break. and for those of you who have been waiting for a level 2, i get that sometimes, yes, it's coming. wednesday, the first level 2 moderate storm of the season. drenching rains, strong winds. rainfall anywhere from a half an
inch to 1.75 in the hills. wind gusts 40 to 50 miles per hour. storm impact scale is exclusive to abc news. one is a light storm. 5 is a severe storm. so two could cause a problem or two. a few problems i should say on wednesday. minor flooding, moderate risk of that. debris flows in the burn areas also a moderate risk. trees down and power outages. pretty high risk right now. streams and rivers, you'll be just fine. these are some of the concerns for your wednesday. hour-by-hour we go. wednesday morning, not much happening. just light rain in the north bay between 5:00 and 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. the yellows, pockets of moderate to heavy rain. oranges indicating the downpours at 5:00 p.m. your wednesday evening rush is going to be sloppy. 8:00 p.m., it's shifting into the east and south bay primarily. san francisco by 11:00 p.m. it's in the south bay. and the showers will follow right on through thursday. so wednesday, thursday, rainfall totals right now pretty impressive in many area, well over an everything.
san jose about 0.6 of an inch. and those gusty winds will come down eventually. the accuweather seven-day forecast will feature morning fog, giving way to sun. a level 2 moderate strength storm for your wednesday. wind, rain, scattered showers. level 1 thursday. that's the second part of the system. dry friday, saturday, and another system comes through sunday. level 1. monday looks wet and windy.
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second quarter, durant time. blocks gordon on one end with the help from kevon looney. on the other grant pulls up with a jumper over gordon. k.d. had 12 points in the first half. gets the rebound, pushes it up the court. he'll find a cutting shaun livingston, 56 apiece, count it at the break. third quarter. livingston, whips a pass to draymond green for the easy lay-in. dubs by 10. fourth quarter, dubs put it away. durant to the hoop. we call that a slam. he had 21. and green then from the top of the key with the shooter's role. the dubs win 110-100 for the seventh in a row and they'll hit the road for a four-game trip. we've noticed over the past couple of weeks kyle shanahan was looking more and more frazzled in his monday press conference, losing nine in a row to start your head coaching career will do that to a guy. no surprise shanee looked noticeably fresher after win
number one. it started in the closing moments, general manager john lynch came down on the sideline and the two huggedtality end of the game. usually you do that after a play-off win, not the regular season. but this has been no regular season for the niners. then in the locker room, everyone cutting lose, especially big joe staley. 24 hours later, shanahan admitted today was easier. >> easier to wake up this morning. it was more fun coming in knowing that it was fun to see the guys today. you go through the team and you got to address the team every monday. and it gets tougher and tougher after losses. i know it took a while to get our first win and you got to move on pretty fast. but it's nice know swreg a bye week this week. i think it will last a little longer today than usual. monday night football. former stanford star christian mccaffrey and his panthers hosting miami. second quarter, mccaffrey gets tonight read option. four yard score. panthers go up 10-0. in the third, came rolling out. christian