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cold from the 30s to 40s this morning mid 50s around the baby noontime and cloud cover today by the afternoon. 50s on the coast and quite gusty and we'll see a chance of a shower in just a few minutes, chris. >> thank you. al collision last night involving cal train on the peninsula. no one was in the car that was hit. the crash happened after 8:00 p.m. and the vehicle dragged by a quarter of a mile down the tracks and took crews to clear the debris. the car was jammed up against the front of the engine. more than 300 people on the train and no one hurt. this is the second time in four years that a car has been hit at that intersection. this morning the faa is
investigating a helicopter crash in the grand canyon and killed three and injured 4. went down under unknown circumstances. crews had a difficult time getting the injured to the hospital. belonged to popalon they took hundreds of people on tour it is every year. one person in custody after breeching security. happened at 8:30 last night. some flights delayed up to 30 minutes. how the person made it onto the run way is under investigation. a site seeing trip on san francisco bay went from smooth sailing to on the rocks. more than 40 people trapped on board were rescued yesterday. they ran into some trouble.
"abc 7 news" reporter lisa hasz the story. >> the coast guard rushed 41 passengers off of the stranded boat, it was booked saturday by the society for bird watching. ten minutes after leaving the berkeley ma berkeley marina aground. >> the chairs turned over and the people picked themselves up and then started g started g stg direction. >> so no one went into the water so they were able to get to move the small boats alongside the fairy. >> leave the boat. there were two minor injuries. >> it was upsetting we didn't get to see the birds.
it was the first trip and i was excited about these. >> most >> we realized we were safe, it was an adventure. >> all of the passengers left the marino. towed them to this yard to check for damage. >> a head ups for those who drive with a mcarthur maze this morning. raising vertical clearance to 16 1/2 feet. the far left feet on 850 to westbound 80 will be closed from 6:00 a.m. to noon. will be closed during the same time. b.a.r.t. is making what i thinks
due to a drop in ridership and increase in complaints. passengers are upset with dirty trains and stations and frequent encounters with homeless people. focussing on cleaning stations in oakland and attendance and platform and street elevators to keep people from using the restrooms. it has dropped by 4.3% in the last year. lucky ones, who's homes who didn't burn in october's devastating wildfires. "abc 7 news" reporter elissa tells us, their luck of returning home may have run out. >> reporter: she takes us where she lived. her property one of the few that survived october's wildfires. there's no electricity and the
structure red tagged. >> rot ton food in the refrigerator. >> she is now leaving in trailer. saturday, they found out at a community meeting. >> they will not be rebuilding the park and he made it very clear. >> reporter: the owners are bringing in burr bank housing. a low income developer. the honorable thing to do is buy them out. >> we are like prisoners here. insurance companies won't cover the mobiles that are standing. >> reporter: many fire victims are on their final days of fema money. staying a cross the street, she comes back to feed the cats. >> we don't want to live in a concrete building like downtown. these elderly people signed up
our yards. we love water and flowers. we like space in between us. >> reporter: legal aide is kounsing the fire victims and helping them file appeals against fema to continue to get financial assistance. abc 7 mornings news. >> in the east bay, neighbors getting a chance to weigh in about the future of oakland. "abc 7 news" was downtown as community leaders and people discussed a wide range of issues. housing and arts and culture and transportation. helping to shape the future. >> web we can identify projects for policies and programs, strategies that we would like to see developed in a certain way and inclusive and providing opportunities for our citizens. >> this was the first
neighbor sessions. the academy of art can find itself in the courtroom. the school has been fight ago lawsuit that accuses to use i will lel tactics to boost enrollment. the suit filed in 2009 claiming their salaries were tied to enroll cement used incentives to lure students. it's a violation of federal law. the tactics were legal they said. more troubles for wells fargo. "the wall street journal" said -- they sent out wrong communication and customers given the incorrect amount and others told they would get a refund. some people who aren't bank
customers received refunds. baseball season is almost here. the fan fest yesterday brought fans and coaches together with the people who filled the seats at at&t park. "abc 7 news" reporter cornell barnard was there. >> reporter: a rare chance to wander the field, seeing players up close and taking sell if i ask. >> oh my god. >> reporter: 30,000 fans, hoping this season will be a winner. >> i know it can't be worse than last year, i'm excited. >> reporter: bas m baseman. >> i'm excited to have a fan base like you guys and a tradition of winning.
>> he says he won't be missed being heckled by giants fan, what's the matter with mckuchen, he's a bum. >> so now to be on this side, it's awesome. you call everybody else bums. >> the new trades are giving fans a reason to believe. >> adversity last year will turn into a world series this year. >> opening against dodgers in march 29, in san francisco, cornell barnard, "abc 7 news." >> what do we have on tap for the afternoon? >> cool ert today, in fact the winds are going to stick around getting on the shore line. it is mild in san francisco, 51 degree, up the road in santa rosa it is near freezing and temperatures in 40s elsewhere. breezy up above and back to
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all is not lost. abc 7 reporter marcy gonzalez. >> reporter: buried for more than a month. >> this is an antique quilt. >> reporter: this is the stuff that matters and those forever changed. they lost their home in montecito california in the mudslides and everything in it, so they thought. >> the place was devastated. >> reporter: some of their precious photos turning up. found and returned by a group of volunteer that is call themselves >> it is a high school diploma. >> reporter: restoring more than
a hundred keepsaes with their owners. this quilt passed, down for generations. >> it's a good feeling and. >> reporter: and back with the goldbergs, a full circle moment. >> somebody else's family right here. >> reporter: more treasures entrusted to the mud angels. happening today, the step sr. -- sister of it's been translated into over 60 languages, her stepsister survived the holocaust and shell speak on amphlett boulevard. with a reception to follow. yesterday was the first day
on his 56 birthday. he was metallica's original basis, county supervisors declared february 10th as cliff burton day. he died in a bus crash. united airline st best airline according to on time performance. compared 12 u.s. carriers. united flights arrived on time 85% last month and delta and alaska second place and the lowest was jet blue with 75% of flights arriving on time. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good sunday morning. it is cooler outside and we're looking a the a weak weather testimony that can bring a light shower. going to increase cloud cover
and temperatures. 34 santa rosa and nova ta, 51 san francisco. 39 degrees on the coast. 45 in san jose. compare this to yesterday at this time, anywhere from 2-14 degrees colder. so a cold start. you're going to want to turn on the heat and stay in bed. showing the good visibility here. a possible shower late in the day and looking at sunny and cool conditions tomorrow. as we go through next several hours. we have a vail of high clouds around the bay and partly sunny tlougt the afternoon and by about 5:00 looking at a few showers and through 7:00 a possible sprinkle on the peninsula towards the south bay and santa cruz mountains and
breezy gusty winds. a light burst of snow to the sierra nevada. a few showers through southern california right through monday. otherwise it brings your temperatures back to where it should be. 63, mid 60s san jose. a few degrees above average. mountain view, 63. 62 redwood city, average high, upper 50s low 60s. in line with that. breezy, 60 downtown in the north bay. you'll get peaks of sun, much cooler. 61 in petaluma, napa and sonoma. low 60s for you. up towards union city and fremont, 64. and a narrow range from the low 60s around pittsburg. mid 60s in concord.
today definitely one of the days we'll feel more like the season, mid february. so the accuweather seven-day forecast showing 50s along the coast, 60s around the bay, mid 60s inland, a possible chance of a sprinkle late in the day. sun shoo inand temperatures rebounding towards the middle of the week and coming up above average as milder air works its way into the baby the end of the week. visit us with a couple of showers. lisa thank you. a sweet gesture from a small business owner and her customers, "abc 7 news" was a the the candy store as diane campbell and her two recruits, helped customers get their sugar on while raising money for the lymphoma and leukemia society. helping a friend's son who is suffering from leukemia.
>> hundreds already in the tip jar. families are great. customers are coming out and it is just such a happy joyful occasion. campbell is donating 20% of the events sales and the mom is considered to matching that as well. >> just ahead new products on whether shaking could be the worst when we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls
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earthquake can impact the east bay. we are getting a clearer picture of what the impact will look like thans to the powerful computers at the livermore national lab. >> at the lawrence livermore lab super computer. >> computer ships working together to solve a problem. >> reporter: one big problem that can face the bay any day now. >> an earthquake happened like this already. >> with houses, free ways and water mains like this one that burst. >> our water and electricity and the gas and our transportation corridors have to cross. >> and this can help keep them safe. >> starts in the north part near richmond and travels to the south. it shows the intensity.
>> it is not real, but based on real measurements. >> we look at small ones like the one in berkeley last month. >> when it comes to shaking, the east bay is backward. the hills shake more and the flat areas shake less. >> these rocks were dragged and scrunched up and compressed and thickened. >> it is made of soft rock and can shake more. runs for 20 seconds and here in livermore the ground shakes for a minute and a half. >> damage especially to buildings not build for it like wee saw in the quick. better simulations can help engineers to design structures to make them resilient. happening today, a special
event that preserves culture and history. celebrating the lunar new year. taking place on a piece of land established 150 years ago. a re-- seeking to preserve the property and hosting the event. when campbell police aren't fighting crime, they are tearing it down on the dance floor. they tweeted third-degree video of officers performing at the night to shine. the event provided a prom night experience for people with special needs and these officers made it a thinight to remember. brendan snapped this photo
of a mouse on the parked car. it looks like he is bracing for an upcoming ride. assuring followers that the little guy is safely on the ground. damaged in the north bay fires, the high school was damaged in october. and following the school's football team going all the way to the championship game and focussing on players who lost their homes. the program, through fire will air on 7:00 a.m. on the sports center and on 8:00 p.m. still to come on abc 7 mornings the mayor of washington, d.c. meeting with tech companies in the area. these brain games have
good morning east bay, let's get up and get going thnchts is abc 7 mornings. >> thank you for being with us. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. >> hey chris, you might of had to close the windows and turn on the heat other night. it is cooler out there. we're talking temperatures near freezing up in the north bay. 37 in dan vil with 44 in brentwood. 31, and san francisco, and 39 half moon bay. 14 degrees colder than yesterday. and it was on the cool side yesterday. the winds kicked up back. the clouds encrease, thin clouds, upper 50s and then by 3:00 p.m. we're still in the 50s
with more clouds. it's going to be a cooler afternoon today. we will manage some 60s and we could see a few there. >> washington, d.c. mayor, the mayor tour it had the apple store and the company is opening a global flag shipbuilding in dc. and meeting with yelp opening an office in the nation's capital, with 500 employees. >> there's a lot of opportunities to move in and develop and we have a very talented education workforce ready to get to work. >> it is a first of its kind trip for the mayor targeting the west coast. she wraps up her bay area pitch tomorrow. president trump calling for due process after a pair of
staffers resigned in the face of domestic abuse allegations. tweeting, peoples lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation. no recovery for somebody falsely accused. david write has the details from the white house. >> reporter: in wake of a scandal costing two staffers their job. condemning the me too movement. peoples lives are being shattered and destroyed by a mere allegation. there is no recovery from someone being falsely accused. is there no such thing as due process? after he resigned, ex-wife accusing him of violence and emotional abuse during the marriage. he denies the allegations.
and forced out by both his wives. releasing images that shows bruises he caused and he insists the photos are not what they seem. >> we wish him well and it is a tough time for him. and he did a good job in the white house and we hope he has a wonderful career and hopefully a great one ahead of him. >> reporter: trump spoke up passionately of porter, and never said anything about the women. giving republicans like roy moore, the benefit of the doubt and calling out democrats. >> what is your message to women. >> women are special. it is a special time.
a lot of things are coming out and it is good for our society. >> now he is fur yus with the way his staff handled the situation. he reportly known about the allegations for months. "abc 7 news" was the first to report. kelly made it clear that he was willing to resign. taking sides with the russian investigation refusing to release the democrats classified memo. trump ordering the gop memo, even the justice department called it wreckless. >> the fallout over the handling over the abuse allegations will be the focus this week with george stephanopoulos. going one-on-one with george and congressman sean patrick ma low any.
coming up at 8:00 a.m. after "good morning america." the mounting tension between israel and iran. shooting down a drone escalated with airstrikes. a jet shot down yesterday and jennif jennifer has the story from lon ton. >> translator: is rally retaliation. >> reporter: hitting military sites across syria. the targets a dozen. include ago large vehicle that allegedly sent a iranian drone over israel setting off the large scale counter attack. and the air force taking a hit. from syria bringing down this jet. the pilots escaping with parachutes. >> this is a bold move by the
iranians. the real risk is it can turn into a broader conflict. >> officials warning iran that they are playing with fire and dismissing the claim. syria calling the strikes on their territory an act of terror. >> the department blaming iran for the escalation of violence. jennifer, abc news arrest happened after the beatings of b.a.r.t.s please. 34-year-old man placed under citizens arrest on suspicion of battery on an employee. an hour later, a 29-year-old man was charged of battery.
5:35 a 70-year-old as one of the most acclaimed vocalist has died. the star, performing with the san francisco opera died from complications from bladder cancer. she was part of the community for more than 40 years. a new special ingredient. >> you can use it for any sort of recipe. cannabis, denne dinner, here is a look of our camera. and w
here is a live look outside from the golden gate bridge camera. a while since we've seen rein in the forecast. lisa lets us know when she returns. 5:39 and apparently you can teach a old dog new tricks. researchers found that brain games can help aging dogs hen tall health and improve quality of life. using a touch screen to do puzzle like games and receiving treats for correct responses. the test was done by clever dog lab in vi enin a. good to know. >> yeah. really cool for a dog walk today. temperatures above freezing in the north bay. so that cool air mass descended
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the ducks. the sharks krcruised to a victo. a slow start to the warriors game. the championship team proving it can bounce back fast. mike shumann has the highlights. the warriors with a new formula. let the apposing team get ahead and have them relax with a lead and 17. worked last night with the spurs last night. warriors lost three of the last five coming in. 10 seconds left in the first. look at the spin move. up 37, 27 in the first. stops on a dime and lays it in. out scoring them in the first quarter. lead 58-55 at the
clay, had 19 of his teams 25 in the second half. dry monday green, to go along with the 17 monster jam of his own. the bench can't get enough. fourth carter, gquarter. picking up his 250 career win. fastest to do it in any sport. >> but like the way we battled the last two games after the slow starts and maybe we can get a quicker start on monday. >> always taking good shots and when they do that they go in. i have to stick with it. if you you have three shots in the first half or 156789 you have to stay aggressive. >> if it does happen, you can't get discouraged.
it's a full game and opportunity to do what we do. >> 19 game win streak,, the gails. really, had 21 and 10-14 shooting, lays it in plus the foul. and now tide for the conference lead. the 19 game win streak comes to an end. sharks hosting the oilers. missing everything but the back of the net, first career goal. 1-0 san jose. lighter in the period. off the skates off the side of the net and easy put back. 2-0. and went up 3-0. trailing by one and back hand. ties it at 4-4 and stops and gets his own rebound and slides
at home, ryan with his second career goal. that's the way the ball bounces, i will see you tonight at 5:00. >> bring back the jackets outside today. a cooler afternoon on the sba a gusty winds along the shore lines. a live look outside. it is more still than it has been emeriville right now with a calm wind because of of that. we are looking at cold temperatures. yesterday, 71, today 63. the the average high 61. cooler than yesterday. looking at mid 60s for tomorrow and into tuesday and the temperature trying to moderate throughout the rest of the week. it will be a sunny part of the day but not the whole day. clouds increasing through
morning hours and a few peeks of sun. coming in through north, riding over the ridge bringing snow into the sierra nevada. a burst of snow, maybe an inch. and it means a backside of the system and a few subtle changes. 36, 47 in mountain spru cool 40s out towards concord and livermore and 41 morgan hill. the 24 hour temperature change, you feel it and it will be a cooler afternoon. san francisco seating at around 50 is colder and oakland and concord and the list continues. from the explore tor yum camera. cool day, partly cloudy skies. showers slight chance. and sunny and cool tomorrow. cooler days of the week will be today and tomorrow.
here we are at noontime. the vail of high clouds. limited sun and throughout the afternoon they push through and a few showers want to drop in sono sonoma county. showing up along the peninsula and into the south bay, perhaps. better chance around monterey and through 11:00 we have the clouds around. pockets of clear sky. and the water perspective bringing a few showers into the southern california and a burst of snow tuesday morning. that's all about we can muster and as a result, temperatures back to reality for february. still looks lice for a february day, but not what we're used to. breezy along the coast. 59 degrees, half moon bay. 61 san mateo, oakland and napa. 62 santa rosa. in the 30s and 40s, the
accuweather seven-day forecast featuring the breezy winds today. partly sunny conditions. late in the afternoon back to average for monday, sunny skies. for tuesday and temperatures rebound for the middle of the week. valentines day, the end of the week. that's about as exciting as we can make tnchts a lot of people excited not to have rain on value entins day. >> people are sweating, maybe they will be happy not to sweat for a while. >> we saw them at delores delors yesterday. thank you. people have been cooking with cannabis for years, the legalization of weed taking it to a new level. abc 7 mornings anchor natasha zouves got the dish on cooking with pot. >> chef michael, worked in some
of the top restaurants in san francisco. but the dish he is making today has a special ingredient. >> this is going to be onionnion potato. >> opening the kitchen door. >> this is infused olive oil. >> it takes some math, science and patience. >> i used rosin for this. it's when you take cannabis whether it be flowers or whole plant and pressing it in between two pieces of metal that is heated. i'll know how much i'm putting down just through expeerm meanting on my own, i'll put a plate down and say okay that's 10 milligrams of purr ray. >> you might not taste it but
you'll feel the e >> anyone who makes money on the sale of pot mous have a eye lens. there are not specific regulations. >> if you are cooking it yourself you can make it however you like. >> in the district, saying you don't taste it, other times like wine, pot compliments your meal. >> you can turn it into garlic bread, or butter, candy. >> they don't have to look very far. the internet is flooded with recipes. >> you can use it for any sort
of recipe -- >> monica and they are -- a water bath that infuses cooking oil. >> it is sealed in the bag and it is discrete. >> cooking cannabis is the best way to get the most out of your bud. people think of stale brownies and baked good. we love doing everything we would normally cook. >> you can get high or mellow out, just know your does. >> if you are a beginner start low, five to ten milligrams wait about an hour to get the full effects and then you know how much you can tolerate. >> lots of new ways to have your pot legally. >> natasha zouves, abc 7 mornings news. >> the dinner parties are by invitation only is and he accepts donations for the meal.
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focussing on art and science education as a stem lab. the highlight might be the model railroad exhibit. if you are thinking of going. it is free. next at 6:00 fewer people tak b.a.r.t. the main concerns riders are complaining about and the for-profit university has classrooms across and facing a major lawsuit over enrollment.
good morning bay area. get up and get going. >> it's sunday, february 11. good morning. i'm in for carolyn tyler. let's start with a first look of the forecast. lisa argen tracking live doppler 7. >> as a result temperatures are cooler this morning weak weather system bringing a burst of snow to the mountains. continuing the cooler trends. 50 in san francisco, santa rosa, 33. 46 in san jose, so everyone is down. anyone from 2-16 degrees. upper 30 s on the coast. mid and upper 50s by noon. partly sunny and by the afternoon maybe a possible sh