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>> another run in with the law tonight for one of the 49ers rising stars. good evening, i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. tonight reuben foster stands accused of domestic violence. his status with the team going forward is uncertain. >> abc 7 news reporter lillian kim is live for us with the latest developments. >> reporter: the 49ers are saying very little about foster's arrest. the linebacker is back home after spending the day in jail. reuben foster left the jail after posting $75,000 bail. the 49ers linebacker had no
comment on his arrest. it all began this morning when police received a 911 call from his home, apparently from his girlfriend. >> she's calling saying her boyfriend beat her up, two weapons, an ar-16 and a knife inside the house. >> reporter: soon after the several police cars descended on the resident. one neighbor was surprised to see the police activity on his street. >> i saw five or six police cars in the driveway. >> the 23-year-old just finished a solid rookie season and was expected to be a key part going forward. but his position with the team is in jeopardy. last month he was arrested in alabama for marijuana possession. and last year he submitted a
dilutedddddddddddddddd 49ers said they're gathering all information pertinent. since 2012, the 9ers are the nfl team with the most player arrests, 17. in recent years, four others have been arrested and accused of domestic violence. none of the players are currently on the team. last april the 9ers cut brock four hours after he was released from jail. at the time the general manager said it's not easy but something we needed to do. back now to foster, a first time offender of the nfl's domestic violence policy could
face a six-month suspension.susi today was the windiest day in san francisco in 10 months. and the strong winds left one man in critical condition. abc 7 news reporter, kate larsson joins us live. >> reporter: the wind has kaumd down tonight but earlier today winds were very strong, gusting up to 40 miles per hour. and the strongers winds k5i78 just after 2:00 and that is the same time that an accident happened that left one man with a traumatic brain injury. workers taking down this construction fence in a hurry. after wind blew the fence over onto two pedestrians who were crossing the street at san jose avenue and 23rd street in the mission district. >> a man and a woman on the street and the man had blood on his chest. it looked like something fell on top of him and there were a
bunch of people around him helping him. >> reporter: cell phone video shows the san francisco fire department on scene right after the accident around 2:15 in the afternoon. you can see here the 68-year-old man who was hit by the fence-sitting on the ground while firefighters help. >> he was moving and talking. he looked like he was struggling and in pain. >> a tragic accident. >> reporter: neighbors noticed the weather. >> it did not surprise me because the wind so heavy. i know from living in this area it can get pretty bad. >> reporter: a woman who lives across the street from the building, 1188 valencia said the construction has been a nuisance. >> i lived here just over a year and the construction has been there a long time. >> reporter: san francisco police say construction fencing is approved by politics works and that the building department is investigating the incident. and i did speak to police tonight and they tell me the man
who was hit by the fence is out of surgery and in the icu. the woman who was 41 years old had minor injuries. i did speak who worked for that condo building and at this point they have no comment. >> much appreciated, kate, thank you. meantime abc 7 news was also in the pacific heights neighborhood where another fence fell down because of the wind. it happened at steiner and washington streets, no one was hurt. looking from ourest bay hills camera. clear but windy night. let's see what the temperatures are going to be like. at times those winds were gusting over 40 miles per hour. it's certainly the winds were active earlier now they have relaxed in most spots. current wind gusts away from the coast and generally less than 10 miles per hour. half moon bay gusty up to 22 miles per hour. the winds brought in some cooler
air from the north. even right now temperatures in most spots have dropped into the 40s, if not the 30s like in any capacity -- napa. we could expect winds gusting over 20 miles per hour at times. tomorrow will be breezy across the region but not as windy as today with winds between 10 and 20 miles per hour. it will be a chilly start to our new week. we'll have the full details in the full forecast in a full minute. taking a live look tonight from our emeryville camera, you can see a clear night outside. make sure to download the abc 7 news app for the latest weather conditions where you live. a wild police chase from the south bay to san francisco. police say three suspects were trying to break into cars in soorp t cupertino and led police on a chase that exceeded 100 miles
per hour. >> never see a chase like that. there was people on every corner watching like what's going on. >> reporter: stephanie was serving lunch at the lib berty's gar and bril when a police chase raced by. >> we heard police sirens and looked to our left and saw a young man running this direction. >> reporter: she saw a man being chased by police on webster street heading for her. what did you do? >> we hid behind the car because we saw the police with guns drawn and we weren't sure what his intentions were. >> reporter: the suspect and two other males ran away from this gold acura with the shredded trier. >> there's always a potential danger because we don't know who they are, if they're armed. >> police say they were not armed, at least one of them is a teenage perp they said the group was seen acting suspicious
trying to break into cars sunday monday. deputies tried to make a traffic stop but the car kept going into san francisco. >> the police car came from all different collections. >> reporter: . >> we tried to terminate the per suit, but that was unsuccessful. >> reporter: the police said that maneuver may have flattened the suspects' tire. in san francisco, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. look, this man is in police custody following a high speed chase that started in oakland. police say the man whose identity hasn't been released is wanted for car jacking. he led police on a chase before stopping near deerfield drive. that's where officers used tear gas and a k-9 unit to stop him. police have arrested a wan
accused of tossing a small dog from a 7th floor parking garage. you're you know dunnky. california's insurance commissioner has launched an ivestigation into aetna, the nation's third largest insurance provider. the probe focuses on a deposition by a doctor who served as their medical director. he admitted to never looking at patients' records and instead followed aetna's training based on nurses' reviews of >> if a health shoinsurer is mag decisions without ever actually reviewing medical records, that's a concern to me as
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exploded. it appeared the people who shot the video were backing away from the flames. there were no serious injuries. you're looking at what coast guard rescuers saw when they helped two men stranded off an island. the men said they waded out to the island after low tide and both got hurt trying to get back to the beach. the coast guard said the safest way to save them was to hoist them into a helicopter. equipment moved the wreckage from a freight car that derailed last night. the 30-car santa fe tray was charging from southern california to stockton. the railroad said it was hauling building materials. this year marks the 70th anniversary of an frank being published. tonight her stepsister
a special honor in the bay area. today was declared e va sloss day. she's a hollow cost survivor who sees education as the key to the getting rid of hate. >> there are some wonderful talents in the poor people we just don't use up. >> tonight she shared how she and her mom rebuilt their lives after being freed from a concentration camp. >> japan has an experimental pill that can kill the flu virus after one doze. they said it works three times faster by blocking the flu virus. that also reduce it is risk of it spreading from others.
the world health organization said this pill could change the way people treat the flu. but it won't be available in the u.s. until next year. >> today was all about the lions. the friends of china camp hosted a lion dance as a symbol of good luck for the lion camp preservation process. this year marks the 25th anniversary of the purchase of the land. the project will help raise funds to preserve the land. guide dogs in training earned their wings today at oakland international airport. 25 puppies were put the airport experience with their handlers. this is necessary training to help people who are blind. the dogs also board a plane and explore it. guide dogs for the blind provide
the dogs you see here. they have graduated more than 14,000 teams since it was founded in 1992. >> very worthwhile program. very windy out there today. >> hold on to your hats. >> it brought us back to reality. this is where we should be temperatures wise. it was just so cold. >> it was. >> the winds not as windy tomorrow. we'll have a breeze. live doppler 7 along with satellite, at times earl ertoday it looked like it wanted to rain in parts of the region but that dry pattern continues for another day. the picture outside, showing you the beautiful lights of san francisco tonight. camera not bouncing as much as earlier today. but we all felt the wind. livermoore clocking at 41 miles
an hour. even the south bay, you saw the wind as well. san jose a wind gust of 32 miles per hour. mount view, 31 miles per hour. in pulled in some cool air. the 24-hour temperature change across the board. we're 12 degrees cooler than we were yesterday. 19 degrees cooler in napa, 7 degrees cooler in san jose. so winds not as windy as earlier today. the winds were gusting at over 30 miles per hour, and most spots away from the coast, the winds have backed off, but the coast still has those gusts over 20 miles per hour and will keep those gusts there at least for the next 24 hours. temperature wise it's chilly out there. you need the layers as you're out and about earlier. san francisco down to 49 degrees, 50 in san jose. the north bay, napa down to 48 degrees. over the next 12 hours, kind of a blend of stars and clouds out there. a lot of spots drop into the 30s
overnight tonight. you need the jacket first thing in the morning. along with the coast we still have the breeze over 20 miles per hour. here's the setup, we had a cold front move through this afternoon, kicked up the wind, brought cooler temperatures. look around right now, along the coast, there's a little bit of moisture that rides along the coast over the next 12 hours. so there is the chance of a spotty sprinkle before the sun rise gets up here monday morning. a fair amount of cloud cover. you notice trying to bring a sprinkle to the coast but that's about it. no widespread rain the next 24 hours. the clouds break down throughout the day but monday afternoon features more in the way of sunshine than we saw today. your 12 hour planner on your monday, suns up 7:03, 30s and 40s, your jacket you need it. the sun is with us a lot in the afternoon but the breeze is also
with us, 10 to 20 miles per hour. so it's going to feel like another cool day. the numbers you see on your map for monday, this is where we should be february. 59 in oakland, 60 in santa rosa and a high of 62 in concord. the seven day forecast, morning clouds, afternoon sunshine, it's breezy. we stay seasonal through valentine's day on wednesday. and then warmer weather moves in by saturday and sunday 70s make a come back. >> no right in sight. >> no. hopefully by the end of the month we'll get some rain. tomorrow good morning america, an abc news exclusive. johnny manziel, the former quarterback's shocking sorry. i can't make it. it's just my eczema again, but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you ok? eczema. it's fine.
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a valentine's weekend tradition continued for the eighth year today in san jose. this is the fun loving pillow fight san jose. people of all ages met plaza se sar chavez, organized call it a tradition that livens up in san jose. >> san francisco's pillow fight will take place on valentine's day on wednesday night. >> is that a sport. >> not that i know. my wife wouldn't want to participa participate in it. sharks a big one in anaheim. we had another great story in the winner circle of pebble be
abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. peebl beach seems to bring g out the best in golfers. ted potter is not a household name in the pga tour. been around for years, won once in 2012. today he outplayed the number one player in the world to win pebble beach. arizona cardinal wide receiver's most challenging tee shot, watch this, nearly goes in. they won the pro-am. ted potter bogeyed the first hole then birdied four of the
next six. a three stroke lead but phil, jason and dj in the hunt. dj bogey on 11. finished with a 72 tied for second with 14 under. phil chip on 14, the huge flopper. sets up a birdie. the other lefty with a 5 under, 67. jason day, goes from pebbles to a sandy beach. parred the hole, also tied for second at 14 under. potter parred the rest of the way. just slides by. 3 under, 69 wins by 3 strokes for a second pga tour win and $3 million. >> i'm sure everybody knew going into this tournament dustin is probably going to win the tournament. i knew i'm the underdog there, what do i got to lose, try to play the best golf i could today.
see what happens. why put more pressure on myself, say i'm playing against the world number one. >> this is the most difficult sport out there. there's no rime or reason for some of the shots that are happening. you just -- you know, you're blown away by the precision accuracy and ability of these guys to get up and down from everywhere. gives you a great appreciation for their profession. sharks facing the ducks. 9 minutes left in the third. to the logan for the go goal. 2-2 game and we go to overtime and then a shootout. pavelski, couture a goal assist and shootout winner. charlottesvilles get two points with a 3-1 victory. cavaliers broke out their new look roster. lebron james had 24, 10 assists
as well finding george hill who had 12 points. and jordan clarkson, 17 points in 23 minutes. the cavs are 2-0 since the trade deadline. this abc 7 sports report brought to you by river rock casino. steve kerr won his 250th game last night. his and his player ap thought coming up. was that clint eastwood i saw. >> yes. . he's part of the committee. ♪ ♪
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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> thanks for sticking around i'm eric thomas. >> at more legal trouble. you're looking at him leaving the jail after facing domestic violence charges. a woman told police foster beat her. he was arrested in alabama last month suspected on marijuana possession. the highway patrol arrested three people following a chase that reached 100 miles an hour. deputies first tried to stop them after it appeared they were breaking into cars. they were caught in san francisco. winds toppled a fence on two pedestrians in san francisco's mission district today. both of them went to the hospital. that fence surrounded a construction project at 23rd street and san jose avenue. the growing backlash after
president trump, after two white house aides were let go following accusations of domestic violence. >> and the president expressing sympathy for the men. >> reporter: tonight president trump on the defensive for lavishing praise on former white house chief of staff, rob porter even after both his ex-wives accused him of domestic violence. >> he says he's innocent. you have to remember that. >> he came and grabbed me by the shoulders here and pull med out of the shower in a rage. >> reporter: today one of porter's ex's recounts her own response to the president's remark. i was floored she writes, my friend turned to me and said the president of the united states just called you a liar. she also expressed outrage over the president's saturday tweet railing against false accusations and demanding due
process for men accused of sexual misconduct. senator kirsten jill brand reminded that more than a dozen women have accused trump. if he wants due process let's have hearings tomorrow. >> those accusers had their day on your network and elsewhere. >> they have no witnesses. there's nobody around. >> it's a total set up. >> donald trump denies he ever groped any of his accusers. >> she would not be my first choice, that i can tell you. >> reporter: when it comes to his friends and allies, he gives them the benefit of the doubt, from roger ailes. >> the women kplang i know how he's helped them. >> to senate can't roy moore. now trump isn't the only one facing questions. there's also chief of staff jimmy walker wjohn
kelly who allowed porter to keep his job after learning of allegation of abuse. >> it became obvious when the photographs came out the person was not being honest with the president. >> reporter: the budget director said one of these photos sealed his face. porter denies the abuse allegations and insists the photos are not what they seem. david wright, abc news. new york's attorney general has filed a law enforcement against harvey weinstein. the lawsuit says he broke the law by failing to protect its employees. new york's attorney general said any sale of the company must ensure the victims are comp stated. a jet did not report any problems before crashing and killing 71 people.
a surveillance camera caught the crash about 75 miles south of moscow. one russia media outlet report that is one of the plane's black boxes have been recovered from the jet. vladimir putin has postponed a trip to watch the investigation. the owner of a tourist helicopter is cooperating with investigators after one crashed in the grand canyon. four people survived after being hurt. at least two of them were badly burned. rescue teams faced many challenges reaching the crash scene because of the terrain. >> it's only accessible by aircraft and our first responders had a 20 minute hike to get to the scene. >> all four survivors are being treated at a trauma center in las vegas. >> wind put the competition on
hold today. we have the story from south korea. >> michaela schiff ron will not get her first shot at a medal today because the women's slol let me has been moved to thursday. the men's was also delayed until thursday. chris maz zer earned the first luge medal. and team usa got off to a debut with a 3-1 win over finland. figure skating coming to an end today. still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00, awaiting the big one on the hayward fault. >> new projections on where the shaking could be worst. >> i'm meteorologist drew
in the next 30 years scientists say there's a one in three chance of a major earthquake in the hay ward fault. >> as jonathan bloom explains we're getting a clearer picture of what that impact will look like. >> reporter: that is the deafening roar of cooling fans at this lab's super computer. >> hundreds of thousands of computer chips working together to solve one problem. >> one big problem that could td face the bay area any day now, 7 magnitude earthquake. with houses, free ways and water mains like this one that finally burst after years of fault
creek. >> we have to cross many major faults. the earthquake starts in the north part near richmond and travels to the south. the color shows the intensity of the ground shaking. >> we golf club efrt quakes -- >> when koimts to shaking, the east bay is back wards. >> these rocks have been dragged along the hayward fault for millions and years. >> meaning the hills are made of soft rock that could shake far more than the lands west of the faults. the simulation shakes for 20 seconds but here it shakes for a minute and half. >> we have these yellows value here which indicate motions
capable of damage. >> damages in buildings not built for it. >> to design structures to make them most resilient. >> jonathan bloom abc 7 news. >> technology is really impressive. especially the weather technology that tells us it's going to be warming up. >> we want the rain but the next 24 hours it's all about the winds and cool temperatures. right now the winds are strong you see half moon bay 25 miles per hour, the winds elsewhere, not too bad. temperature wise we've fallen back into the 40s in a lot of spots. overnight tonight it's going to get chilly especially in the north bay valleys. we're in the mid 30s to lower 40s under a mixture of stars and clouds. as we get into monday we start with more cloud cover more sunshine by the afternoon. it will be breezy but
temperatures are where they should be for this time of the year. so it will feel chilly but this is how winter should feel in february. 59 for oakland, the same in san francisco. 61 for san jose, up to about 62 degrees tomorrow afternoon. here's the accue weather 7 day forecast. it is breezy on your monday. seasonal on tuesday, and even val len tien's day it's winter like here. the second half of the forecast, we flip the scrip. the warmer weather returns by saturday and sunday. and the next seven days are dry but hopefully we get some rain in the forecast. okay. >> waiting eric. >> thank you, drew. i now i'm waiting. you know jimmy g rolling in the doug. >> yeah. he's now the highest paid player in the nfl with only 7 career starts. steve kerr
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. this past garoppolo signed the biggest contract. this with only 7 nfl starts he did go 5-0 to end the season with the 49ers. they think they found their man. >> reporter: he was acquired for a second round pick from the pts. he took a one and 1049ers slump and turned it to a winning streak. the 49ers were not going to risk losing him. >> a lot of people will with have ideas of what could have happened. he's here, he signed for five
years. >> i wanted to get the deal done. it's only going to help our team going forward. it's 75 degrees out here, not a snowstorm from chicago. we just came from that, i can speak on that. >> any time you git to be with the guy, we always felt strongly about his talent, we knew jimmy was the guy we wanted badly. >> he's just the fifth player in nfl history to win his first 7 starts. it's not like he came out of nowhere. he picked up a few tricks under the tut laj of tom brady. >> his love for the game is a big part of it. i have that. the way he prepares, that was the one thing i picked up from him. >> there are qualities that, you know, the really good players in this league, the great players, that they share. and he demonstrated a lot. >> like their name sake, the 49ers believe they struck gold.
now, there's only one thing left to donchts we have one goal in mind. that's to get to a super bowl and win it. we want a parade like philly had one. that's our goal here. >> some say why to the put a franchise tag on him one year, and see if he's the the r raider's quarterback signed a deal and stunk it up last season. but this is a lot of money to hand out with only 7 nfl starts. i think he's the real deal and the 9ers have their kwaubt of the future. i'm predicting a super bowl under this management in the next five years. warriors with a day off before they head to phoenix and then portland. with a win last night, steve kerr won his 250th game, the fastest to reach that number of any coach in sports.
some names he bypassed, greg johnson, greg popovich. last night i asked if this was just a number or if it means anything to him. >> of course, it means something to me. it means i'm lucky to coach a great talented bunch of guys. for this to be my first job, most people -- nobody, in fact, has been able to inherent a group like this. so i'm fortunate. >> you know he just does a great job of playing to everybody's strengths. figures out who you are as a person, as a player. and then obviously lets you have the freedom to be yourself on the floor. >> his competitiveness, his ability to reach players, you know, from all different backgrounds. and you got to respect him because he's doing it as a coach. but he definitely did it as a player, winning five championships and being a winner. he knows what it takes to get to the mountain top. >> it's amazing to play for him. he knows how to relate to the
different guys, personalities that we have in the locker room. he would say that, too, he made the right decision when he first got in the coaching gig coming out the booth he had a couple options, i think he picked the right one. create an amazing coach around this organization. you know, giving us freedom as players to go out and do what we do every night. >> great story at pebble beach. larry fitzgerald, tee shot on the most challenging par 3 in golf. he's got game fp he and his partner won the pro-am by 7 strokes. ted potter jr. bogeyed the first hole. this chip in on 7 was his fourth. fill dj and day onday in the hunt. day at 18 hooked his drive. two under 70 also tied for second at 14 under. potter would par out had the ber dee on 18.
but settles for para, wins by three strokes. second pga tour win and $1.3 million. and gets a one-year exemption on tour and a trip to the master's. three unreal stories this weekend in the bay area. >> good luck, ted, with those exemptions and the big tournaments. >> that's it for tonight. thanks for
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