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et some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. from the shelf, and to your home. starting at $99. live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning and merry christmas eve thanks for joining us. >> one our gifts this christmas is warmer than normal temperatures. here is mike. >> if you get a new sweater tomorrow you may not be able to wear it. or tonight. depending on your tradition. during the day, it will be warm and threatening a few records. >> clouds this morning with high clouds across the sky. that is all we are seeing on live doppler 7 hd. dry air again. temperatures today are going to hang out in near record levels with most of us in the 70's. we will get close.
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we will be in the low-to-mid 60's in most neighborhoods and the warmest weather is santa cruz and morgan hill at 67 and 68 in santa rosa and 70 in cloverdale and 64 in san francisco and oakland and san jose at 66 and 64 in concord. enjoy. leyla gulen? >> as we take a drive over to the north bay you can see how clear it is out here along 101 if you are making the trip from petaluma to novato, at 65 miles per hour along highway 116, and it is looking clear to sonoma and to the south, not seeing any issues. when you get to the golden gate bridge it will take you nine minutes to head from sausalito to san francisco. the san mateo bridge is 13 minutes, with a look at san jose as you drive along 280 away from 17, wide open. it is so dark out here we are only seeing one car in the southbound direction. eric over to you. >> this morning, thousands of
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49er fox business network are enjoying memories of the final regular season at candlestick park but dozens of others are waking up in the drunk tank after giving a send off that was too much. nick is at the sheriff's department. nick? >> it was a sellout crowd and most 49ers fans behaveed but we have learned that 81 emjections and seven arrests and 30 citations. >> tailgateers started early and told stories and hung out with friends and prepared for a soldout epic game. thousands showed up to pay respects before the 53-year-old stadium is torn down. >> we had 24 seats in the family. we just have a lot of memories here. everyone that drives up all these years will finally get a
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nice place to play in santa clara. >> most fans behaved, and heeded the message repeated: respect the stick. a few manns found themselves spending the night if a holding cell after trying to swipe seats from the stick making it as far as the park lot before police caught up with them. there are 81 hejections and seven citations and 30 arrests. plus have not said what the citations or arrests were for. >> like nick said an epic ending when the last plays of the season clinched the win for the 49ers. >> going to take the 49ers to the playoffs! >> still cheering going on in the studio. that is a blast to the falcons hope of the win putting off
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89-yard interception return for the playoff spot for the 49ers. >> fans could not get enough of 49er football and packed bars across the bay area to water the rogue season game. imagine what they sounded like. >> we have been wishing the day would not come but we don't have a choice. home is where the heart is. i am sad to see it go. i have been here since 1971 went 49ers came here to play. my father and i came here. i was a little girl and i have been coming ever since. >> many fans say they are hoping for another game at the stick in the playoffs. >> viewers continue to sure their memories of the stick with us and here is the shot of a 40-year-old season ticket holder and her best friend enjoying the final game.
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>> keep sending in your park pack memories at ureport@kgo-tv.com. >> new this morning, a 4.3 earthquake struck northern california. it hit at 2:28 this morning off sure 38 miles southwest of eureka. there are no reports of damage or injuries. >> developing news, the family fighting to keep an oakland gill on life support has another week to prove their claims she is healing. today the family of 13-year-old jahi mcmath will hear from an independent doctor from stanford who has been appointed. doctors at children's hospital say the 8th grader is brain dead following complications from surgery to have her tonsils removed. the family wants to keep her on a haven't late and the judge ruled to keep her on life support until december 30. >> san jose is expected to appeal a ruling g.p.s. the city's voter approved pension reform plan that forces city
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workers to pay more in the pensions and retirement health benefits or accept the lower pension. the police and firefighters challenged it. yesterday the judge declared the measure illegal but ruleed the city could make up for this by cutting salaries setting a precedent, possibly, for other pension reform fights. the san jose mayor is pushing a state constitutional amendment to allow local governments to reduce pentagons for workers. >> the federal government is giving americans another day of shopping for a health plan with the deadline in help rolling through obamacare was yesterday if people want coverage to start january 1st. that deadline now is pushed back until today. >> in california, the agency overseeing the health insurance exchange is offering a grace period for anyone who tried to sign up before year's deadline but couldn't. officials will not say how long the grace period will citizen. they say up to 20,000 were signing up each day as the
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deadline approached. people who have enrolled have until december 31 to pay the premium. >> a look if deeper discounted in stores today as retailers try to improve on lackluster sales. figures this morning show retail sales down 3.1 percent from a year ago and does not include on-line sales. the season was off to a strong start in november but figures have fallen. the retailers could slash prices with the discounts starting today. our news reporter will have more in a report coming up in 30 minutes. >> a kitten stolen from a san francisco animal shelter will be reunit flighted with its owners today. arizona was stolen from animal care and control on wednesday but she turned up on sunday night at a hotel on mark it street. the manager saw news of the theft on tv and called authorities when arizona showed up in a bathroom.
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arizona is in good shape and willen spayed this morning. this afternoon, she will go home with the family who adopted her before she wassic thatten. >> great christmas eve story. now the "spare the air" day and the christmas eve fires. mike you can break the bad news. >> the air quality management district is looking for our health needs so custody a "spare the air" day and tomorrow and thursday and probably on friday, as well, because the pattern is not changing, as am. good morning, we have partly cloudy conditions and a few 30's inland and a lot of us in the low-to-mid 40's so mild when you step outside. hazy sunshine and a few high clouds and a few more than yesterday. temperatures in the upper 60's to mid-50's at noon and close to sunset wherever you headed later in the afternoon and early evening we are in the low-to-mid 60's and drop down into the mid-50's for a silent night with the weather. the next three days, you can see
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we have mid-to-upper 60's tomorrow and more record warmth is possible with low pressure 60's thursday and slow tapering in the low-to-mid 60's on friday, also, and we will see that slow tapering push through the weekend with the forecast coming up in a minute. here is leyla gulen with the commute. >> is there a commute? >> not much. mostly we have pretty empty on the roadways. on the richmond and san rafael bridge, the toll lanes are loaded up with yellow there as you make it away from richmond but the rest of the drive over to san rafael is looking clear and wide open. to the seat, westbound i-80 away from the hoffman split through albany into berkeley at 60 miles per hour and to 9 south all of the freeways converge to the maze you are also cleared there with no construction projects and a nice drive. to the peninsula we have a box truck that is in the number one
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lane northbound 101 at san antonio road with no delays and southbound traffic is moving fine and we look at the drive at the toll plaza plaza and beyond the maze to san francisco you can see just a few scant cars. eric and matt? >> thank you. this is a new way smartphone customers can get free data, with the bloomberg business report next. >> also, the amazing new photos released by nasa. a driver goes often a rampage with the car in a south bay store. what police hope this ♪ last minute deals on toys and gifts. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday, ♪ that's my kind of holiday. ♪ wrap it up, pop, lock and shop, ♪ ♪ buyin' presents that i forgot. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday.
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covering san rafael, south bay and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> merry christmas eve, a look from sfo, no problems this morning. across the united states there are delays. 273 delays in or out of the united states and 282 cancellations. but smooth in san francisco. >> and police hope video helps find more witnesses and victims of a driver who plowed into a san jose wal-mart back in march at the wal-mart on story road. can you see in surveillance video released yesterday people running for their lives as the car rips through the store. the driver got out and attacked customers with a club until they subdued him. now police are trying to bolster
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the case again the man they arrested who faces 12 countses including two attempted murder charges. >> strangers are interested in learning when you are about do get sick. >> and chase is dealing with the target breach. now we have the bloomberg business report from the new york stock exchange. >> good morning, eric and matt. j.p. morgan chase is now besting daily withdrawal and spending limits on two million customers who used debit cards at target. customers are able to withdraw up to $250 in cash using their card rather than $100 and chase is boosting the spending limit to $1,000 from $300. it did impose a more stringent cap over the weekend leaving some customers scrambling to get to the bans after being unable to made instore purchases. a growing number of colleges are offering to lock tuition rates for incoming students. 300 colleges and universities
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offer the program during the 2012 and 2013 year according to a.p. and this is a new way smartphone customers can get free data. listen up. t-mobile is offering free data for people who do not have a data plan. the only thing you can access is facebook and facebook messenger. >> stock futures are pointing to a very mixed open and it does not look look we will have a last activity today, especially as the markets are only open a half day and close at 1:00 o'clock p.m. >> family and friends are not the only ones watching you when you are sick with the flu being watched closely. "wall street journal" says companies are studying trends on social media on things like twitter in an effort to roll out their products in markets where the flu outbreak is just picking up.
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the companies buy data on patient business to medical facilities and keep track of surge trends on google, as well. that is the news. next time you think, i am not feeling so well one of the companies will be sending flu medication out. >> thank you, deb where. >> police are looking for a plan who robbed a florida bank dressed as santa. here is a photo of the fake santa in sunglasses walking interest a bank yesterday with a wrapped gift and put it on the counter and told the teller the box was dangerous and demanded money leaving the package behind force everyone to evacuate. police did not say what was in the box but confirmed it was harmless. >> a holiday card for you from saturn, nasa released new imaging taking by the spacecraft and this is five months ago showing the southern hemisphere which takes on a blue hue during
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the winter month, getting a wide are view of saturn with the natural colors resembles an ornament with a jet stream. he has been constituted dig saturn and the moons gist arriving in 2004. >> retailers are expecting tablets are the "gift to gift." if one is on your list you will want to make your downloads with what is new. >> our app is the place to go for the latest news. >> can you report when it breaks from the mobile device with all videos and crazy weather photos sent right to our newsroom. you have more control over the size of the font by pinching and
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scrolling faster than ever including watching most experienced weather team. it is on the new and improved abc7 news app. >> it is available free on itunes. >> time if a check on the forecast on this christmas eve. a real live app is here. rather than my voice saying there is a "spare the air" alert you can see the space. >> you would rather have the phone, right? >> i understand. >> you said it. >> good morning, everyone, at least i am not green although we are taking arm your ability to burn. the air quality issues are. we are part of the clouds this morning with our 17th "spare the air" of the season and 26 of the calendar year and yet another record. we will go up north with cloudy conditions keeping us milder and no one is flirting with freezing at 35 in petaluma, the cool spot and along with american canyon
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and guerneville is 36 and napa is 37 and santa rosa is 39 and novato is 40 and san rafael and mill valley all around 43 to 46 degrees. san ramon is a cool spot at 39. we are 41 in san jose, newark, lafayette. if you are headed to do shopping in alameda it is 47. 51 in san francisco where the embarcadero left the lights on overnight which reminds you of a cheerful frame of mind. >> near record remainth today like yesterday with a record in oakland and "spare the air" day, and probably all the way through friday. it will be sunny and warm through the year end with not a chance of rain even through the 9 of january on one model i have been watching. from the east by hills, you can
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see the haze developing. all of us could have poor air quality today. now, temperatures, san rafael is the closest, with the record at 62 degrees. i am forecasting 64. 66 in oakland but the record is 69. san jose is 66, santa rosa is 68 and warmer spots, the records are near 70 for today. as far as tonight's temperatures in the mid-30's to low 40's and upper 30's to mid-40's when you wake up tomorrow morning. the seven-day forecast is almost as warm tomorrow and low-to-mid 60's thursday, friday, low 60's on saturday and low-to-mid 60's on sunday and monday. have a good one. leyla gulen? >> good morning, everyone, i want to let you know mike is waving to me. we do have all things running on time as far as mass transit. but i want to remind you that tomorrow because of christmas we do have a lot sunday schedules out there so follow me on
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twitter for all of the details on which acknowledges are going to be running on a sunday or holiday schedule. as we take you over to the peninsula we reported this earlier, we have a box truck northbound 101 at san antonio road so watch out for that. this is the commute across the 680 freeway away from highway 4 into walnut creek and it will take you only nine minutes. >> the time is 5:21. seven things to know use start your day. >> the holiday trip on the slopes that turned into a fight for survivor for skiers. >> one of the most dastardly thieves of all time is apprehended and where the grinch
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slashing prices today try to gain on sluggish numbers. >> happening now, we are watching two united states astronauts take a space walk at the international space station. astronauts are installing a new pump, a critical cooling line shut down two weeks ago. >> after months of n.s.a. revelations, snow know says his mission is accomplished. the former analyst who located details of the government's secret collection of american's internet and phone records says everything he was trying to do was validated. >> a family is hoping to wake up and find the stolen gnome that means so much to them. thieves took them from the garden last month and the value goes beyond what anyone could imagine. they were made by their daughter who was killed by a drunk driver. >> six, no escaping the poor air quality today. all of us could be covered by it throughout the day.
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that is going to be six. but it is the 17th "spare the air" day this season. >> seven, the bay bridge toll plaza shows light conditions for the holiday cross the area. if you rely on mass transit, tomorrow a lot of transit agencies are going to be running on a holiday schedule. eric? >> thank you. three skiers in utah are lucky to be alive after being partly buried by an avalanche as they were try inbound. all three were dug out. they were not injured. a spokesman says that the slide was accidently triggered by a skier. it is unusual to have the inbound avalanche but 9" of snow fell over the weekend of the. >> children in alabama can sleep better because the sheriff caught a famed christmas thief, the grinch. the officer released the mug
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shot and they received a tip from a woman that the grinch was headed their way and the sheriff hopes the dens of shelby county can new have a merry christmas and relax. this is all just a little bit of fund. >> was this a cigarette? >> that was part of the mustache . >> the morning news continues at 530 with the top stories and the next ten happening in the family fight to keep a brain dead oakland girl on life support. >> the investigation into the massive data breach involving target customers is widening this morning and who now is joining the case and the
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, thanks for joining us on christmas eve. i am matt keller here for kristen sze. >> i am eric thomas and you still have several hours to buy me a gift. >> i am looking forward to the deep discounts. cannot cut enough to me. >> through the ferry building, it is 49. same crossing the golden gate bridge and to the mission, 50. ocean beach is 51, also, portrero hill is warmest at 53 degrees. we are 41 in san leandro and 35 in pleasanton and 36 in petaluma right new. as we look at the bay bridge, from our roof camera, we will talk about our record high temperatures under sunny conditions but poor air quality across the board. >> because of that we do not
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have chain rolls in effect, so 80, 50, and 88, you are in the clear as far as any chains required. we have traffic, though, with yellow and red indicated and we have snow out there. so not sure what is going on there in that area. at home, drive time traffic highway 4 antioch to hercules is 28 minutes. 87 in san jose northbound from 85 to the san jose airport, eight minutes. this is the drive through berkeley. when you make it to the maze look at that, quiet and wide open and empty. >> but are procrastinator who has shopping or a true bargain hunter today is the day. retailers are expected to offer after christmas sales to get shoppers in the stores and recover from a less than stellar holiday season. our reporter is looking for early morning shoppers. >> shoppers are out and we have seen them, a lot of
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procrastinators. some say they just got off work and it is nice to shop this early in the morning. others say they want to avoid the crowds and they admit they is one thing in common: they procrastinate, shopping the difficult before christmas. we have seen people buying gifts, bicycles, toys, just wrapping paper, anything just to get ready if tomorrow morning. retailers are offering deep discounts already in the hopes of luring people out into the last day of shopping. sales have not been where the stores would like them to be so they hoping that people will come out and make the difference today. a lot of people we talked to are not looking for deals but out because they put off the hopping. >> i have a busy day so is a chance to shop. each year i wait until the last minute. so...make sure i get everyone.
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i just got off work. my wife sent me to pick up the wrapping paper and i need to get home. i'm tireed. >> online seems are up but the margins are not great for the stores with so many offer free shipping and they have put the discounts into place early this career so that is why the numbers are not adding up to where the stores want them this year is you seeing the discounts early. some stores are offering north of 50 percent. discounts you usually see after christmas. but, a lot of the stores are hoping hoping today can make the different presence and we will see if they can do it for them today. historic night in candlestick park will be remembered for one magical moment. the atlanta falconned has a chance to pull off the upset in the final regular season game at the stick, close to the end zone but look at that, an
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interception and 89-yard touchdown run, a dive into the end zone for a touchdown and the 49ers clinch a playoff spot. >> the game was thrilling but bittersweet and a few tried to take home part of the stick by taking the seats. they got sidelined by police. fans say will tailgate parties are part of the fond memories they build over the years. >> we have great friends. you have no idea what it means. >> lots of memories here. >> this morning, san francisco police told us that they made 30 arrests and shed seven citations and 81 people were ejected from the stadium. >> as candlestick park goes into retirement, levee stadium is getting warmed up for its first game and crews tested out the jumbo ton by showing the 49ers game and we have a look at the field with logo pained on and the 49ers kickoff not first time at the stadium next fall.
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>> today the family fight to keep an oakland girl on life support and we will hear from an independent doctor appointed to evaluate the girl. a judge appointed dr. fisher to evaluate 13-year-old jahi mcmath. doctors at oakland children's hospital say she is britain dead after complications of a routine tonsillectomy. >> i feel like my daughter is open death row because i never know when they will pull the plug or make that decision. >> my hearts go to the family in this difficult time. we appreciate how painful and difficult it is for the family and all the community support. >> the family of jahi mcmath want did keep her on the haven't late and the hospital must hold off on discontinuing life support until december 30. >> police are trying to identify any suspects in connection with a bold holiday robbery at a san jose mall. police say at 6:00 a masked man smashed glass at the jewelers
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next to the line where kids were waiting to see santa. parents grabbed the young ones and took off running in terror youing which two sisters this law what watched it happen. >> we heard a shatter. i thought it was glass bottle breaking and i saw him breaking one of the glass cases. >> there was another crash. and everyone started running. running. it shocked us. >> we might give up on santa this year. >> good news, no one was hurt in the robbery. >> the last chance toy drive is underway, and the restaurant collects toys each christmas each at 5:00 a.m. and on christmas day san francisco police and firefighters distribute the toys for the forgotten children. the mayor and police chief and fire chief all will kick things off in an hour. if you want to stop by with a new unwrapped toy, head over to
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geary street at powell. >> two astronauts are on the second spacewalk to replace a pump outside the international space station. the astronauts are out there working pretty hard and you can see the crew inside the international space station trying to install a new pump to replace one that failed two weeks ago and the pump is part of the cooling system that keeps the equipment come. on saturday, they successfully removed faulty refrigerator-sized pump putting the task head of schedule but after the spacewalk an accident allowed water to get into a space suit which is a drowning hazard. the astronauts are wear backup suits and will wrap up the work today. >> parts of new england and michigan are covered in ice making holiday travel treacherous blamed for 11 deaths and the power is still out for
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390,000 homes. at the peak the outage left 500,000 homes and businesses dark. it canceled or delayed thousands of flights across the country. >> here we have warmer than normal temperatures. >> complete opposite. where is the winter here? across the rest of the country it is driving down the rockery -- rockies and montana and depositing it in the east coast with lake effect snow and higher elevations in the appalachians but getting around today across the country should be easy. you can see the haze from the east bay hills this morning and no escaping our poor air quality and it will steep into our neighborhoods if you are susceptible to particulate matter stay inside. from sutro tower the embarcadero center has the lights this morning, and chilly under
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pastily cloudy sky and 32 to 489 with a few high clouds lingering in the afternoon and sunny and upper 60 to mid-60's and low-to-mid 60's with a few records possible and by 7:00 it will be silent and low-to-mid 50's. moving forward we have temperatures well above average and mid-to-upper 50's tomorrow and low-to-mid fists thursday and friday. now, the commute? >> not much of a commute. we have 41 bart trains on time, and ace train is not running tomorrow, by the way. we have holiday schedules putting up which transit agencies have holiday schedules on twitter so follow me we and look behind me, it is nice and clear with no sheriff departments to report. as we look at the benicia and cartinez bridges we are at top speed and volume there on
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highway 4 and maybe a couple of cars running slow. highway 20 through lafayette and orinda, great drive and eastbound construction is wrapped up with the rest of the commute, though, it is nice and quiet. over to eric and matt. >> stolen keepsakes and stolen memories, a couple ladies for the return of two yard ornaments with special memories. >> a toddler is choking on candy and two special heroes who came to the
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covering san rafael, south bay and pleasanton and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> new this morning, people are arriving in the town of bethlehem for christmas eve celebrations. hundreds of tourists are gathered at the major square to enjoy the cool and sunny weather. the chip of the nativity sits where tradition says jesus was born. >> the justice department is getting involved in the massive data broach involving the credit carts of 40 million target shoppers. they say investigators will join
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the secret service trying to figure out how thieves swiped the account information between november 26 and december 15. more victims are reporting fraudulent charges on the statements, some say they are having a hard time getting answers. >> you cannot get through. there is nothing on their website that allows you help, nothing on the media sites that give you help. >> target says they have doubled the number of employees manning the phones and says the customers will not be responsible for fraudulent charges. you will find tips from "7 on your side" on how to protect your credit and what to do if you have been hit by the target attack. >> the prank of stealing garden gnomes and posting pictures is causing heartache for a couple. this hits too close to home, the gnomes stealth friend their garden were made by their
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daughter when she was eight for her dart. she died two years ago in an accident. >> she was hit head on by a drunk driver on her motorcycle. >> they were two peas in a pod. she used to say, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. she would laugh. we would laugh. there is so much sentimental value he put up the sign asking the thieves to return them. the owners of a recycling plant will comply with demands made by the city n two months there have been two major fires at the sims metal management with three people always at the plant around-the-clock the sims will keep storm water pups full to fight fires and allow unsingled inspections by the city. sims will stop taking in scrap metal early in the day so workers can process the stockpiles. fires ignited after hours in material piled up waiting to be
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shredded. >> two-year-old los angeles toddler chonged is alive and well because of two lapd officers. the two officers were right in the neighborhood and answered a 9-1-1 call in lets than a minute. the parents tried to get hard candy from the threat of the toddler but they did not have any luck and a few hard slaps on the back from the officers did the trick. >> usually you don't want to hear a cry but in this instance it was one of the sweetest thing s i could hear the. >> they gave him the gift of life and even had a christmas recovering gift. >> we have christmas presents in the weather department, with nice warm weather but we have the "spare the air" day. >> absolutely, always hand in hand this time of year with record high temperatures. the same set up that puts the lid on the atmosphere and blows the air from land to sea so we get our pollution and the central valley, pay back for
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what we do to them all summer when we blow our pollution into the central valley. live doppler 7 hd shows clouds this morning and a few degrees milder than it was yesterday so we still in the 30's and 40's in many areas. from our camera you can see how still the palm trees are in san francisco on the embarcadero with the we lights dance across the bay bridge. near record warmth today at 67 yesterday and record high in oakland, today, possibly 64 in san rafael, one of the more attainable record highs. "spare the air" day and possibly through friday, and worst air quality could be tomorrow and sunny and warm through the end of the year and possibly until the first week of january. here is how it looks with the lights from the eastern span, also, and you can see the embarcardero center on the left side of your scream looking festive. three degrees warmer today in concord at 64 and fremont at 66 and san francisco at 64 and san jose is 66 and one degree warmer
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than yesterday and oakland, you feed to get to 69 today to tie the record and you will stop short at 67 degrees. we have nine more seconds of sunshine today. can you feel the days getting longer? not really. most of our temperatures are low-to-mid 60's and 68 in santa rosa a warm spot and 70 in cloverdale and 67 in santa cruz and, also, this morgan hill. tonight, the temperatures are under mostly clear sky if you are outside trying to see rudolph or santa, come on in, it will be cold, is whatever keeps you warm in mid-to-upper 30's inland and upper 30's to mid-40's around the bay. the high pressure is expanding north and there are plenty of storms out there: one, two, three, all lined up and all not of us and not coming our way. here is the seven-day forecast, more of the same tomorrow, and thursday we will dip into the
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low-to-mid 60's and same thing for friday, low 60's on saturday with an extra cloud deck out there and low-to-mid 60's continue on sunday and monday. have a great day. >> as we look at our drive time traffic, it is quiet. look at racy to dublin westbound 580, only 23 minutes. along 680 southbound from dublin to mission boulevard south, 15 minute drive into san jose northbound 85 from 101 to cupertino, five minute commute. we are holiday light so enjoy it and take advantage of it if you have light last minute shopping. we had this report of a stalled box truck which now is cleared. zero traffic impact. we have a report, though, of a car that hit a deer southbound 280 at highway 84 and that has been a big problem on 280 is travel carefully because there are a lot of deer out there. now, here is a look at san jose, 280, away from 17, a couple of extra cars out there and, still,
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not too much company. eric? >> it is 5:50. it it -- utah officials are waiting to hear if the state can stop same-sex marriage from taking place, after the plan was declared by a judge to be unconstitutional. hundreds of gay couples have rubbed to get marriage licenses. legal experts say even if the federal appeals court grant as stay, the marriage licenses already issued will probably remain valid. >> a new study has surprising news for pregnant women. coming up, the food. months to be will want to add to their diet. >> the smallest holiday miracle head, the greatest gift a family is getting this christmas gift after months of uncertainty. >> at 6:00, how disney investors are reacting a day after news
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santa has the all clear for entering the united states and may enter the country over any port starting at 6:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. the agency has waved the disease testing requirement usually in place for those bringing livestock across the border. officials say the reindeer have been found to be healthy. >> a fitter escort, too. a san jose boy's t-shirt design will be this malls across the
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nation. 11-year-old boy won a contest with hundreds to design lebron james next t-shirt. lebron picked the winner. the boy's school will get free physical education department and the family is flown to florida to watch a miami heat game. >> speaking of heat, we have the sheet in the bray area. >> we do, and santa is in japan right now. just checked with norad. you not impressed? come on. now, what going on with radar satellite, rough surf to the south and temperatures across the state, mid-to-upper 70's to the south and mid-to-upper 60's through the central valley and monterey and now, a look at tahoe, i made this because i know a lot you are there the next couple of minutes, the
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seven-day forecast for lake tahoe, zero percent chance of snow. sorry. leyla gulen? >> i hope that because of the "spare the air" alerts that santa has an easy time making its way in here and this will be no fires to dodge. >> true. true. very true. >> at 5:55 a look at our traffic, we have little congestion and there is basically nothing as we look and berkeley traveling along i-80 it is wide open and at the tolls, when you get to the maze and to the toll plaza, it is empty. eric and matt? >> all right, an idea take off in china could be a dream come through for those who take bart. check this out, a train that never stops. passengers step on a platform and into a capsule and the train snags the capsule through the
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station and then you get back in the capsule which is snagged bit station. train never stopped but it trades capsules traveling along the route. >> a study finds the more peanuts pregnant women eat the the less likely the child will have a nut allergy something like a vaccine. the body recognizes peanut as something safe after tracking 11,000 mothers and children from birth. the pregnant women that ate nuts that grow on trees were five times as less like throw have a child with allergies. >> now a small christmas miracle: a baby jut 14 owns at birth is finally home for the holiday. this is the small of the baby ever born at florida hospital, and was so small at birth he could put his wedding risk around his leg according to the mother born prematurely at 24 weeks.
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the chance of survival was one in three according to the doctor. today, at 6 1/2 pounds baby connor has beaten the odds and is home in time for christmas. it is the greatest feeling. we will hear from them coming up on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> next at 6:00, the earthquake shaking northern california over night. going to take 49ers to the playoffs. >> that shook the grand at candlestick park last night. as we had the pick at the stick a dramatic finish to the end of football at candlestick park and fan trouble at the end of the game. >> "7 on your side" michael finney teams up to reveal the best smartphone buys for all
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♪ last minute deals on toys and gifts. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday, ♪ that's my kind of holiday. ♪ wrap it up, pop, lock and shop, ♪ ♪ buyin' presents that i forgot. ♪ ♪ that's my holiday.
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customer appreciation month at subway. we're saying thanks with two of your favorite six inch subs. the six-inch cold cut combo, or the six-inch meatball marinara, built fresh from the bread up for just $2 each all december long. subway. eat fresh. ♪ thank you grandma for the dolls. ♪ ♪ i love it! ♪ i'm ninja kicking through the halls. ♪ ♪ i love it! ♪ mom's posting pictures on your wall. ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. at 6:00, the bay area is
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still buzzing after what could be the 49ers last home game at the stick with a dramatic finish and fireworks at a san francisco landmark. >> the final day of one of the shortest shopping seasons in recent memory. ahead, we are in the east bay with the last minute customers and the deals they are finding. >> new this morning, clorox online, an oakland company is keeping tabs on what you post on twitter. >> thanks for joining us, and good morning. >> wish some of the bleach would wash that "spare the air" away, but it will not happen this week. we will check with mike and the forecast. >> we have a "spare the air" day and all of us should have poor air quality. sorry to start off on the bad note. clouds this morning in the mid-40's with the day planner hitting the upper 50's to low 60's so record highs and silent in the evening with temperatures

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