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grab your umbrella. the showers continue in the bay area this weekend. here's what it looked like earlier this morning in san francisco on lombard street. how long will the rain last on this first weekend of february and how much should we expect. good morning, everybody. it's saturday, february 4. i'm cornell barnard in for chris nguyen. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. hey, lisa, good morning. we're going to advertise a little bit of a break in the short-term because in the long-term, we're looking at much more rain. so, as we look at live doppler 7 right now, just a smattering of light showers. in fact, we'll continue to see these dissipate. this little area has been moving to the north and east from hercules through vallejo. scattered light showers from healdsburg, guerneville and as you go further south, the summit around victim santa cruz mountains but it's only a 1 on our storm impact scale. so just 2/10 or so and then it will be breezy so your forecast
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calls for an isolated shower through the early afternoon. well, happening now, the -- happening in san francisco, thousands of people are expected to take part in a protest against president trump's travel ban. as first reported by our partners at hoodline, organizers say the protest will target racist and exclusionary executive orders. president trump signed the order last friday, banning travel from seven predominantly muslim countries into the u.s. this is video from last week's protest at sfo. nearly 10,000 people say they will attend the protest on the facebook event. they plan to gather at 3:00 at civic center plaza. celebrations and confusion this morning after a federal judge blocked president trump's travel ban. the decision means visa holders from those seven countries can fly to the u.s. once again. airlines have been given to go-ahead to let those travelers take off.
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a federal judge in washington issued a temporary restraining order blocking the order after that state's attorney general filed the request, calling the ban harlful to states' residents and economies. this morning, president trump took to twitter to respond. he says, the opinion of this so-called judge which essentially takes law enforcement away from our country is ridiculous and will be overturned. >> the law is a powerful thing. it has the ability to hold everybody accountable to it, and that includes the president of the united states. >> white house press secretary sean spicer issued this statement, saying, "at the earliest possible time, the department of justice intends to file an emergency stay of this order and defend the executive order of the president, which we believe is lawful and appropriate." abc7 news reporter sergio quintana has a reaction to this decision. >> for the volunteer lawyers who have been here over a week, this is a night for celebration. >> reporter: julia wilson has been helping coordinate volunteers at the airport since
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last weekend when mass i crowds turned out to protest president trump's executive order. the federal restraining order has had immediate implications. wilson showed me the e-mails she's been exchanging with a syrian refugee in turkey. >> this is his message. i feel strong with your support and it's such a dream that i will finally see my wife and my son. >> reporter: the white house quickly vowed to challenge the judge's restraining order, but legal analysts say it's not clear how long it may take to worrying itself out in court. >> i'm not sure whether they would hold a hearing. they would probably ask for briefs to be filed very quickly. so, i would think this order would stay in place at least over the weekend. >> reporter: the federal restraining order is just one of a flurry of legal actions filed. a stanford freshman is part of a class action lawsuit filed by the aclu to overturn the order. she's been unsure about her future here. >> if this is going to further affect my studies here in stanford, because i'm from
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yemen. >> reporter: yemen is one of the seven primarily muslim countries listed in trump's travel ban. sergio quintana, abc7 news. a central california man and his 12-year-old daughter are scheduled to fly to san francisco tomorrow after being stranded for a week because of the executive order. a u.s. citizen went to east africa to bring his daughter back after she received her immigrant visa. she also has a yemeni passport. they were detained entry to their plane home last week but sfo officials directed the airline to let them board to plane tomorrow afternoon. there was some confusion in the muslim community this morning following the ruling. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has that part of the story. >> reporter: this gathering at the muslim community center in santa clara was intended to help immigrants navigate the new travel restrictions but word came of the temporary restraining order, putting a halt to the ban. >> we're all excited and confused at the same time. >> reporter: hesham hussain is from yemen. he has dual citizenship.
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he's supposed to go on a business trip in two weeks. >> even though i hold a u.s. passport, but my family are kind of worried that i might get held up in the airport for longer hours, and they do not want to think about this possibility, so more likely i will cancel the trip. >> reporter: an immigration attorney says he's right to be cautious, despite the judge's order. >> it's not that the judicial order is unclear. it's that it's unclear whether that will be honored. and unclear whether or not that will be properly enforced. whether because of genuine misunderstanding or some other confusion or deliberate disobeyance of the order. >> reporter: idiris abdi is a somali refugee and a u.s. citizen. his mother is still in the refugee camp. he has been saving money to bring her here. >> people are devastated. we lost hope. it took for a while but now we're feeling good. and i hope it stays that way. >> reporter: hope tempered by uncertainty. in santa clara, katie marzullo, abc7 news. we'll stay on top of this fast developing story with the
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abc7 news app. download the app for free and enable push alerts to get breaking news updates as they happen. salvation army has put up 19 seniors forced out of their homes by a fire in san francisco's chinatown. started yesterday morning at pacific and stockton streets. one person was hurt. seven businesses were damaged. the city's disaster relief fund will help those business owners. new details on a couple found dead in berkeley last month. police confirmed that acute carbon monoxide poisoning killed valerie and roger morash and their two cats. police found them in their apartment almost two weeks ago. the source of the poisoning is still a mystery. san francisco police have issued surveillance images of a man who could be connected to a murder. he's seen running near mission street on sunday morning. police haven't said if he is a suspect. the victim, 58-year-old marco
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diaz perez was attacked and later died from his injuries. stephan curry tweeted his new ad campaign. it battles the stream of online negativity and bullying. abc7 news reporter katie utehs explains how social causes and politics are making a big showing in this year's super bowl ads. >> reporter: star power and a slogan. the filtered life. dominate brita's new ad campaign which targets cyber bullying. >> stephan curry is a great partner and for us, i don't think there's anyone who exemplifies leading the filtered life than stephan. he's overcome so much doubt and negativity and noise. >> reporter: they've tapped into a marketing movement, says media expert adam leipsg. >> one of the things we're looking for in advertising is breaking through the noise and clutter and these ads don't so much sell you the product as they sell you an emotion and an ideology. >> reporter: ideology is a theme millions will face as they watch the super bowl this weekend. where ads like this one tackle
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social issues. >> what do i tell my daughter? >> reporter: audi's ad features a young girl racing and a resonating message. >> the woman's march, it's all in the public consciousness right now. >> reporter: budweiser is making a riskier ploy, showing an immigrant struggle and ultimate success. >> it's definitely politica. they just don't want to say it. >> reporter: we'll see if social ads are touchdowns come sunday. in the east bay, katie utehs, abc7 news. the rain is back, kind of, right? little bit of a break. >> right. exactly. 54 degrees right now in santa cruz, pretty muggy out there. the high today near 60 with a possible shower so not much in the way of rain for the rest of the day for you but still some showers around the bay area. we'll talk about how long they're going to last and when they return in just a few minutes. definitely warmer out there too. also next, a dangerous drink. south bay police say a potent tea has landed this married couple in trouble. and huge lines of people are
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expected all weekend long, rain or shine, what they are all waiting several hours in line for.
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seizures ever in california just happened right here in the bay area. police arrested jasvir singh and his wife donna santo after a three-month investigation. yesterday, abc7 news was in mountain view where detectives say singh was processing and selling opium poppy pods out of his apartment. police found 4,000 pounds packed into a storage lockers. that's worth $400,000. they say the couple imported large quantities from overseas, then ground it into a fine powder to sell to people who turned it into a potent illegal tea. and neighbors can't believe it. >> wow. opium. weird. very strange. >> officers also found $30,000 in cash inside singh's home. a tiny device is providing a big advantage for patients fighting breast cancer and as abc7's cheryl jennings discovered, it's leading doctors right not target area. >> and how's your range of motion? >> reporter: sue has been a breast cancer activist for decades but last year, tests
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revealed she was also a victim. >> then we decided to do a little bit more exploration and only to discover that i had breast cancer in both breasts. >> reporter: dr. ann pellet is a surgeon at california pacific medical center in san francisco, she laid out a plan to remove the tumors and mask the damage. >> try og refill the cavity where the tumor came out so you don't leave a defect and get better cosmetic outcomes. >> reporter: but during that breast reconstruction, dr. pellet also implanted sue with a powerful weapon to help doctors knock out any remaining cancer. the device, known as a biozorb, is a spring-life scaffold with tiny titanium clips that act as a post-cancer gps system. >> the plastic looking part is going to dissolve over time and then these titanium clips titanium clips here are going to remain in. >> reporter: first, the doctor removes the tumor from the breast and then places the
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biozorb in the cavity area. when the breast heals and the scaffold dissolves the titanium clips are locked into place and in the months after surgery, they will provide a visible target for radiologists of approxima. >> the inner inner circle represents the marker that's in place. >> reporter: dr. john lee says the titanium clips form a clear outline on their target imaging, allowing his team to more precisely control the powerful doses of radiation. >> it allows us to focus the radiation exactly where the tumor originally was but at the same time avoid the structures like the heart, the lungs, the ribs that are next to it that might be damaged. >> reporter: in sue's case, the target imaging was so clear, she was actually able to skip follow-up scans. and begin her radiation earlier. leading to the result she'd hoped for. >> i am now cancer free. absolutely. >> reporter: in san francisco, cheryl jennings, abc7 news. >> the pins are also clearly
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visible on the follow-up mammograms and stay anchored to the tumor area even as patients age and their bodies change. a little rain is not keeping beer fans away from being able to tas pliny the younger this year. they lined up yesterday morning in santa rosa for a taste of the triple ipa known for its big, hoppy flavor. crowds started gathering -- growing over the last decade as pliny the younger ranked near the top of beer lists around the world. the first person who arrived thursday night to line up said it's worth the wait. >> happened to get in line at 11:30 last night, so been here since then. cold, wet, experience is well worth it. but the taste of that beer is fantastic. >> wow, that's dedication, right? the brew pub seats about 175 people but more seats are coming with a new location. russian river is opening a $30 million brewery and brew pub just down the road in windsor some time next year. one of the main roads to
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stinson beach in marin county is open once again this morning. crews worked all day to remove this tree that fell across the panoramic highway yesterday. marin public works department tweeted this photo. the highway was closed between the throckmorton fire station and the pantoll campground parking lot. that's a two and a half mile stretch. good saturday morning to you. if you're waking up early with us, you see a few scattered showers here on live doppler 7. the roadways are wet, mainly mist and drizzle this morning as we're going to see this system really wind down, so if you take a look at the green, you'll notice up in the north bay, from novato to san rafael through hercules, i-80, kind of wet out there and we do have light rain being reported around santa rosa. you can see our sweep here on top of mt. st. helena, and also in the santa cruz mountains. so this is a warm system. the temperatures have been mild. the due points well into the 50s, it has been raining in the northern mountains and now it has switched over to rain in the
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sierra nevada with temperatures in the mid 30z so when this system passes up to the north, we get a bit of a break and then we've got multiple systems offshore that will continue to get us wet for the week ahead. winter storm warning winter storm warning until 10:00 tonight. so the winter storm warning has dropped but still we can see some heavy snow showers. the winds, they've been quite a factor with a lot of resorts closed yesterday due to those gusty winds. sfo has delays of over three hours yesterday. nothing going on yet, but they could stack up in the mid 50s right now from san francisco. it's 53 in san jose. good morning to you. 52 in gilroy. another vantage point from emeryville and numbers in the low 50s from fairfield. concord, 56 degrees and from the exploratorium camera, it looks pretty dry right here and we'll continue to see the showers become fewer throughout the afternoon. and even a few sunny breaks so
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the next storm arrives late tomorrow, anywhere from early evening to late in the day, and the week ahead, looking particularly wet, perhaps tuesday into wednesday, the stronger system coming in. maybe one or 2/10 today maybe in the north bay. some scattered showers, breezy winds and this is the timing of it. as we go through the morning hours, you'll notice a few light areas of returns here and then by 3:00 in the afternoon, it's pretty much over. and we'll see the overnight hours dry tonight into your sunday morning. but look what's lurking offshore in the afternoon. some heavier downpours coming in by about 6:00 or 7:00 at night and then this line goes right over us, right through the evening hours into the overnight hours. so, if you add up what we're expecting throughout the day today, tomorrow into the week ahead, it does look wet. we look to see some rain each and every day with anywhere from 2.5 to 3.5 inches throughout the workweek. 61 in oakland.
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accuweather 7 day forecast, you'll notice it's going to be rainy on and off throughout the next couple of days. the heaviest one comes in later tomorrow. and then we'll see more showers into monday but tuesday, we might want to increase that number to a 2. we'll have to wait and see. it remains unsettled. download our app and you can track the rainy days. >> wow. all week. >> yeah. >> all right. i got the get a new umbrella, i think. >> new boots, yeah. just ahead, pursuing equality, this year's black history month celebration taking
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we all know to compare prices between different stores when shopping, but did you know when you're shopping online, you should price compare at the same store on different devices? here's "7 on your side's" michael finney to explain. >> reporter: shopping online is a convenience for some, and an obsession for others. but no matter where you sit on that continuum, i have a couple of tricks that can save you money. let's start with comparing prices. have you ever noticed prices change on the same site? >> i can't say that i have. >> reporter: they do. and i can prove it. a few days back, i went online shopping on a mobile device using a cellular connection and a desktop network through los angeles. while shopping online at home depot, i found this 22 inch lawn mower, model number 20340 listed at two different prices. on the desktop, with the local
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store listed as burbank, the price was $374. while the mobile device set for the san ramon store had a price of $399. on orbitz, i priced a romantic one-night get away to miami south beach on valentine's day at the national hotel. mobile price, $176. over on our desktop, $195. we checked valentine's day on too. we looked for a room at the stratosphere. the desktop connection was measure expensive. they say the original price is $105 and it's down to $30. here, they say the price is $98 down to $28. so, what's going on? i asked and home depot told me the online price reflects the price in the local store, and that price can vary by region. the prices do not change based on the device the customer is
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using. told us hotels control the costs and discounts offered and the prices can be different depending on devices used and where. we did not hear back from orbitz by air time. oh, and one more thing. checking back on prices can cost you. airlines are known for this. >> if the airline sees you looking up the same flight multiple times, they'll know you're interested in probably booking the exact same dates and they'll jack up the price. >> so kill the cookies from your browser, have an out of town friend check the price and try different devices. >> i guess i should get better at using my phone then. >> reporter: really, this isn't all that different from what the brick and mortar guys do. they change price based on location and who you're trying to attract. all completely legal as long as there is no discrimination involved. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." abc7 news took over the
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exploratorium last night, enjoying the museum's high-tech cocktail hour. it's called the science of cocktails. there are demonstrations on how adult beverages are distilled and brewed and fermented. proceeds go to help pay for kids' education programs at the exploratorium. black history month kicked off yesterday at san francisco's city hall. hubs hundreds of people filled the rotunda for the annual celebration, but president trump's executive orders on immigration and muslim travelers weighed heavily on the festivities. speaker after speaker vowing to fight for justice. >> we have to become revolutionaries in the age of implicit discrimination, in the age of the violence of institutions that are functioning but not working. >> more black history events are planned, including a walking tour today at 10:00 a.m. from washington square park to the san francisco maritime museum. in honor of black history month,
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using our abc7newsbayarea feed. today, we recognize the silicon valley black chamber of commerce. the organization has been helpi helping entrepreneurs since 1989. we have more information on our @abc7newsbayarea instagram feed. the white house goes on the offensive against iran. new sanctions that are just going into effect. and why an american retailer is dropping the first daughter's clothing line.
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good morning to you, and we're starting this half hour with with a look at the weather. it's wet out there. here's meteorologist lisa argen. hey, lisa. >> good morning to you. on and off showers this morning. and the showers will dissipate throughout the day. and we will be left with dryer conditions for the short-term. here's a look at live doppler 7 right now and you'll notice the returns from the north bay, san rafael, mill valley, hercules and vallejo, a few over into the east bay, out towards the delta and fairfield and to the north it's light rain. in santa rosa, you can see the peninsula, on and off showers through south city and the loop shows the activity pushing into the sierra nevada as rain. it's a 1 on our storm impact scale. breezy at times, delays, most likely at sfo and you'll notice the showers with mild
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conditions. cornell? a federal judge in washington state has issued a nationwide restraining order on president trump's travel ban. it halts parts of the executive action signed last week by mr. trump. in an interview with cnn last night, washington's attorney general says he is prepared for the case to go all the way to the supreme court. it comes the same day the president announced a new crack do you kn crackdown over the iranian government's ballistic missile test. >> reporter: the president landing in florida for a weekend get away at his winter white house, mar-a-lago. but not before making good on that threat to put iran on notice. >> they're not behaving. >> reporter: the white house issuing new sanctions going directly after people and entities tied to iran's ballistic missile program. we asked, is this just the beginning? or should americans be ready for the possibility of military action with iran? is that on the table? >> i've said this before. the president's been very clear.
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he doesn't take options off the table but he understands the impact of something like that. >> reporter: in a statement, tehran saying it will respond proportionately and iran's missile program is the right of the iranian nation. as the white house goes on offense against iran, it is playing defense on the president's controversial extreme vetting executive order. temporarily banning travelers from seven majority muslim countries. it is now the subject of multiple lawsuits. a federal judge in washington state has temporarily halted the order nationwide. what exactly that means still unclear at this hour. but the state attorney general declaring victory. >> judge robart's decision, effective immediately, effective now, puts a halt to president trump's unconstitutional and unlawful executive order. i want to repeat that. it puts a stop to it immediately. nationwide. >> reporter: no word on whether the white house will appeal. the justice department saying in
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a statement it looks forward to reviewing the court's written order and will determine next steps. and in a virginia court, a justice department attorney said more than 100,000 visas have been revoked. >> i mean, the number 100,000 really sucked the air out of my lungs. i think you could hear the collective gasp in the courtroom. >> reporter: the state department later said the number of people who had their viss revoked is about 60,000. amid the fallout from images like these, families reunited after being detained at airports across the country, the white house initially focused on a much smaller number. >> we had 109 people that were temporarily detained. they're all in. but they were temporarily detained to make sure that the safety of the other 324 million americans was put first. i don't see how that's a big problem. >> reporter: it is becoming increasingly clear tens of thousands of people directly impacted by the new policy. of the nearly 60,000 who have had their visas revoked,
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thousands are already here in the country. they won't be deported but if they leave, they will not be allowed back in. and there are tens of thousands more overseas with visas already in hand who would have been allowed in but no longer. cecilia vega, abc news, the white house. new this morning, after the first two weeks of his presidency, president trump is discussioning the controversial travel ban. in his address, he vowed to keep the american people safe, explaining why he signed the executive order. >> the executive order establishes a process to develop new vetting and mechanisms to ensure those coming into america love and support our people. that they have good intentions. you, the law-abiding citizens of this country, are my total priority. your safety, your jobs, and your wages guide our decisions. >> president trump says he will continue his america first approach when it comes to trade, taxes, immigration, and foreign affairs. one day after nordstrom said it was cutting ivanka trump's
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clothing line, the last of the items are being marked down in what some are calling a fire sale. yesterday afternoon, a few shoes that were available online were selling for 40% off the original price. a spoerks person for ivanka trump's line says nordstrom still has her products. as abc7 news reporter kate larson explains, the whole thing was prompted by a bay area boycott. >> reporter: nordstrom and neiman marcus say they're dropping the ivanka trump brand. neiman's announcing it will no longer be carrying her julie line on its website. nordstrom also dropping shoes and clothing, saying, based on the brand's performance, we decided not to buy it for this season. >> people can vote with their vote but they can also vote with their pocketbook. >> in my mind, there's a very clear connection. >> reporter: shannon colter is talking about a boycott she helped start in october using the hashtag, grab your wallet to
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discourage retailers from doing business with the trump family. >> from october 11 through yesterday, the hashtag had been seen on twitter over 600 million times. from what've seen throughout this movement, people simply, especially women, don't want to see the name trump while they're shopping. >> reporter: that's certainly true for sharon conway who was disappointed to learn the macy's in union square has a ivanka trump shoe display. >> if they don't get them out, i'm not coming back in. >> reporter: not everyone agrees the brand should suffer political consequences. >> i actually like her shoes. i own some myself. not necessarily a big fan of her dad but i think she's great. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the ivanka trump brand sed nordstrom did purchase their apparel for spring. in san francisco, kate larsen, abc7 news. meanwhile, politico is reporting ivanka trump ask her husband jared kushner helped stop a potential executive order that would have overturned obama
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workplace protections for lgbt americans. the couple lobbied president trump to issue a statement promising to uphold the order. the white house released the statement tuesday night promising to protect lgbt rights. a bay area legislator wants to stop landlords from using president trump's immigration crackdown to force tenants out of their homes. yesterday, abc7 news was at san francisco's mission neighborhood center as assembly man david chiu introduced the bill. it would prohibit landlords from threatening to report tenants to immigration authorities. legal aide groups say landlords are threatening tenants with deportation so they can leave on their own, allowing landlords to raise rents. >> this particular landlord said to the tenants, don't make me give you an eviction notice and go through the courts, you'll be deported if that happens. >> the bill also bars landlords from disclosing information about a tenant's immigration status. it's patterned after a similar
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workplace protection that exists in the state. happening today in the south bay, more than 1,000 bay area educators will meet at the california teachers association conference to urge a no vote on president trump's education secretary nominee, betsy devos. she is a school choice activist and has been promoting charter schols for more than 20 years, but labor unions fiercely oppose her, saying she is trying to take apart public education. the confirmation vote in the u.s. senate for devos is monday. educators plan to meet at noon today at the fair month hotel in san jose. coffee shops across the nation are raising money for the american civil liberties union or aclu. our partners at hoodline report that andytown coffee roasters in san francisco's outer sunset is one of the participating locations. andytown is providing these postcards to send to senators feinstein and harris thanking them for leading the fight against the travel ban. all donations to andytown will
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be given to the aclu. >> specifically, the country of yemen is credited for being the export point of coffee to the western world throughout history. so, it's really important for coffee shops to get together to stick up for immigrants from all over. >> andytown hopes to raise at least $500 in donations over the next week. covered california is givering consumers who tried to enroll for health insurance by the january 31 deadline until the end of today to complete their enrollment. anyone who started an application before the 31st can finish the process today with help from a certified insurance agent. if the application is completed by today, coverage starts on march 1. well, it wouldn't be chinese new year without dancing lions, and yesterday, san francisco police department's lion dancing team visited the on lock livways pace center. the team performed -- don't know
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if that's the right video -- the team performed traditional lion dragon dances and it was a delight for seniors who watched. still ahead on abc7 mornings, just one more day until super bowl li in houston. sneak peek at some of the commercials to watch for. here's a live look from the golden gate bridge. it's wet out there. pavement is slick. be careful when you're driving and lisa argen's going to be along in a few minutes to tell us how much rain we can expect over the next week. the abc7 storm impact scale. today's storm is level 1. that means light rain. so keep an umbrella handy and drive safely. track today's storm any time on the abc7 news app. download it now.
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hey, good morning, everybody. there is a break in the rain in this amazing shot from our emeryville camera proves it. beautiful shot of oakland. skies definitely clearing up over there. lisa argen says the rain is coming back and she's going to be along in just a few minutes to tell us how much we're going to get. final frontier has arrived at oakland's space and science center. the exhibit "star trek," 50 artists, 50 years, opened last night. the original tv series launched in 1966. the exhibit has been on tour since last year. it features creations of artists from around the world. the art exhibition runs through february 19. leonard nimoy was a photographer and contributed this montage of
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vulcan salutes before he passed away. lisa, live long and prosper. that's all i have to stay to you. >> i gave you a spock grab last hour, i'm not going to do it again. >> good morning, everyone. we've had waves of showers continuing to move through the bay area. from our exploratorium camera, you can see the clouds here, 54 degrees until the city, 56 in oakland so not code, it's pretty humid and muggy. this scenario stays with us. we get a break. heavier rain tomorrow. i'll explain in just a few minutes. also next, special night for tara vanderveer at stanford. the legendry coach reaches a milestone.
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in sports, the warriors will take a short bus ride to sacramento today. tonight, the dubs face the kings at the golden one center. tipoff at 7:30 p.m. a bay area college basketball coach reached a career milestone last night. here's abc7 sports director larry beil with details in this morning's sports. good morning, everyone. tara vanderveer made history last night at stanford, becoming just the third coach in ncaa history with 1,000 career wins. hosting usc at a packed maples pavilion. senior erica mccall had 13 points. look how pumped she is. stanford by 9.
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mccall would finish with 18. carly, another senior, from steph curry range. finished with 21. stanford would break this game wide open. party atmosphere. tara gets the gatorade bucket. they put confetti in there. nice touch. 58-42, and tara gets career win number 1,000. >> i have more than 1,000 memories of, you know, coaching and being with the team, and i am so fortunate to be the basketball coach at stanford. thank you all very much. it's a special evening and i'm moving on to 1001 on monday night so come on back. >> big win for the cal women last night as well. baseball news. after nine years, sergio romo will wear dodger blue this season. romo signing a one-year deal. he was the giants' closer in 2012 when the giants won the world series but last year lost his job, had some elbow issues. the giants did not offer him a contract. he will be a set-up man in l.a. from the nba, the warriors
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tweaking their roster, cut veteran center anderson varejao. they had seven centers, so this clears a roster spot. and that spot will go to d-league sensation briante weber, 6'2" guard, just named the player of the month, jumps out of the gym and really excels on defense, also will give the warriors another ball handler. not exactly a shocker here but espn reported the colin kaepernick will opt out of his contract with the 9ers to become a free agent. if he doesn't, the niners are going to cut him because they're not going to pay him $14 million to come back. so what is the market for colin kaepernick as a starter? pretty limited, you would think. but it only takes one team. we shall see. super bowl on sunday. i like the patriots. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. good morning to you, we are looking at a few waves of showers that continue to push oer the bay area.
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here's live doppler 7. starting in the north bay, you can see from marin county there, across 580 in richmond, vallejo, a few areas of light rain up towards geyserville, healdsburg, and santa rosa and further to the south on the peninsula, 280 here all the way down through pescadero and the santa cruz mountains, certainly wet, it's foggy at the coast, the visibility is low and we're looking at some breezy winds up to 20 miles an hour. but this is all pretty much rain or changing over to rain and we have a conveyor belt of moisture that's going to aim right at the bay area for much of the upcoming workweek. but we are going to get a break after this system pushes through, oh, in the next couple of hours but in the sierra nevada still looking at a winter weather advisory, 4 inches of snow above 6,000 feet. heavier snow showers above that and looking at gusty winds again. yesterdays a lot of the resorts were closed down due to the gusty winds and today could be the same issue. from emeryville, pretty gray out
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there. 56 in the still, 52 in gilroy, 55 in half moon bay and looking at santa cruz where numbers are in the mid 50s now, going up to about 60 today and maybe a few light areas of sprinkles, otherwise it will be a few sunny peeks there and this is a shot of tahoe where you can see the snow but right now, we've got some rain happening with temperatures in the mid 30s so some showers, maybe a few peeks of sun. the next storm system arrives late tomorrow from the early evening hours to the later evening hours and then the rainy pattern throughout much of the upcoming workweek, tuesday, tuesday night, looks particularly strong, stronger than what we're going to see between now and about tomorrow night. so, things are going to settle down in the next few hours, just a scattered showers here or there, 1 to 2/10 and as we go through the next few hours, a wave now and another wave by about 11:00 or 12:00 and then after that, we get a pretty decent break. showers will be isolated, taking you through tonight, tomorrow,
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and then by 4:00 p.m., sonoma county could be getting wet but it's really 7:00 when the showers, the line of pretty good rain is offshore. you can see it heading south ward from sonoma and marin by 8:00 and by the evening, it's pretty rainy out there. so, if we add up the rain totals from that system late tomorrow, we are looking at anywhere from about 1/10 inch to over 1 inch in santa rosa. so humid again today, upper 50s to low 60s and the accuweather 7 day forecast, we have a 1 on our storm impact scale each and every day with some scattered showers, late tomorrow looks tock a stormy night. morning showers on monday. tuesday could be a little heavier and then we'll look at more rain for wednesday and on and on. so, we're hoping that we get enough breaks in between that we don't see some flooding problems. so download our app and you will be up to date. wow. just wow. that's all i can say. all right. we'll take it, lisa. thank you. we are just one day away from super bowl sunday as the new england patriots take on the
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atlanta falcons. not just the players and fans getting ready for the competition. abc news reporter kenneth moton had a smeek peek at the super bowl commercials. >> reporter: hilarious and attention grabbing. celebrity cameos and iconic slogans. >> where's the beef? >> reporter: super bowl commercials, also bigger than the game, that pricey spot is an opportunity for companies to advertise during the biggest game of the year. this year, carolina panthers qb cam newton is selling buicks. >> but if that's a buick, then my kird's cam newton. >> reporter: and actress melissa mccarthy saves the world in a kia. there's also the return of bud light '80s icon spuds mckenzie. now the ghost of spuds. some companies are continuing the recent tradition already releasing full ads online days before super bowl sunday. the big talker, this budweiser
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spot celebrating its immigrant founder. as the country debates immigration, anheuser-busch calls the timing of the ad a coincidence. the goal, of course, to profit. some super bowl commercials change the game. apple's 1984 still called the greatest. but in 2017, companies will once again try to break the model mold. to make money, you've got to spend it. this year, a 30-second super bowl commercial reportedly costs $5 million. kenneth moton, abc news los angeles. next, krispy kreme's sweet promotion. what you need
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check your tickets. here are the winning numbers from last night's mega millions drawing. 3, 6, 29, 30, 64. nobody picked all six numbers so tuesday's jackpot increases to $25 million. krispy kreme is giving away a free donut to customers who purchase any size of their new coffee. it's part of the company's relaunch of its coffee blends. krispy kreme says the is designed to be the perfect complement to its original glazed donuts and other treats. the promotion starts monday and will be offered through the end of the month. i might do that for a free donut. who knows. >> it's good. >> don't put away the umbrella
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because you're going to need it. >> we know better, right? good morning, everyone. we are looking at some scattered showers. here's live doppler 7. and 1 on our storm impact scale. the shower activity across the bay area, northern california, it will stay with us throughout the morning hours and the afternoon will be cloudy. tonight, no problems. tomorrow morning, dry. it's tomorrow night that will see heavier rain, left over into mo monday, each and every day, we will see rain, looks like tuesday, wednesday, could be a bigger storm and we'll continue to monitor it for you, well above average right now and it is muggy out there, don't you think? >> it is for sure. all right. we'll take it. i'm gearing up mentally for the week. lisa, sthangz thanks. ooirm cornell barnard in for chris nguyen along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter and facebook and instagram, abc7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. and "good morning america" is next. we hope you have a great weekend. take care, everybody.
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