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cal trans camera. a winter weather advisory is in effect above 6,000 feet. >> take a look at how much snow has fallen. this is a look at heavenly mountain resort. the peaks could see a few feet of snow. >> a high surf advisory is in effect, waves could reach 18 to 24 feet over the next couple of days. wet run ways of san francisco international airport tonight as you look there live. there are arrival delays of almost one hour because of this wet weather. >> let's get right to abc 7 news meteorologist sandhya patel. >> this system is shifting south. so now the south bay is starting to get some rain. it is still raining in the east bay, very light free mont at cherry street as we head into the livermore valley. you will notice heading into pleasanton that there is wet
weather. we go down the peninsula. going into san jose you are getting your share. and the santa cruz mountains we are seeing light to moderate showers. it is a level one. scattered showers through tonight, rough surf. it's a light system. between 7:00 and 10:00 tonight a few lingering showers. 4:00 to 5:00 a.m. moderate showers in pockets and a high surf advisory until 4:00 a.m. friday. watch out for large breakers. breakers could be between 18 to 24 feet bringing the risk of rip currents. next storm is a powerful one. i'll be back with a closer look at that coming right up. >> cal trans will shut down because of tomorrow's storm. it will close about a 12 mile stretch between mud creek. that area experienced the biest mudslide in cal trans history in may of last year. about 6 million cubic yards of
debris came down creating 2,400 feet of new shore line and 15 acres of new land. highway 1 was closed for 14 months reopening in july of this year. today the chp shut down one of the lanes on southbound highway 101 in san francisco because of this large pot hole. there is no word on when that lane will reopen. be prepared for long delays. traffic is backed up for miles. public works crews have been hard at work all day to dredge creeks, boost capacity for storm runoff. what that does is prevent flooding in adjacent neighborhoods. we are live with a look at why the strategy is so critical. >> reporter: mother nature created a pretty good system of handling storm runoff. there are creeks that take the storm water and feed them to major rivers.
when those creeks get filled with silt, which they do, then that triggers flooding. it's a big job to dredge the creek. as you can see, the channel has become shallow. that reduces the capacity for storm runoff to move past residential areas and empty into the river. the job is tougher when trees with low branches prevent heavier equipment to be brought in. this backhoe is what residents are counting on to keep their homes from flooding. >> we have some channels that we know will flood during the rains and we'll be heading to those and we have been heading to them to get them cleared out and handle the amount of flow that we are expecting. >> reporter: this is the nightmare that happens when the creeks overflow. the area is often a victim of the storms. the san lorenzo river is known to fill quickly. >> we do have an area in felton
that the river can rise pretty rapidly. we usually have to do some evacuation whz that occs when t we have time to preprayare for >> reporter: they are hampered by budget constraints and a team of only 45 to repair and maintain nearly 600 miles of county roads. tha iha they have delivered sand and sand bags to distribution sites. the storm is coming and this construction crew is trying to get an open roof covered. >> we don't want sudden surprises. we are getting as ready as we can with the tarps here. >> reporter: emergency personnel will be monitoring the creeks and the rivers for potential flood problems all this week as the storms approach. they will also be standing by ready to respond to any reports of mudslides, downed trees or other issues caused by the storms. abc 7 news.
>> thank you. along the peninsula, homes in east palo alto are better protected from floods thanks to the completion of the first phase of a big flood control project from highway 101 to the bay. >> we have widened the creek. we have added some natural flood control, better marshes and built up some embankments, levees. >> some of those are called living levees made out of natural materials instead of concrete. now you can stay on top of the weather with the abc 7 news app. get the forecast on your phone by tapping the weather button and customize it so that you can find the forecast where you live. new at 6:00, abc 7 news was in mountain view where a suspicious package caused tense moments at a google building. google called police this afternoon saying an employee found a package that included a white substance in an envelope. the package was delivered to the
building. emergency responders evacuated about 70 people. a haz-mat team was called in and determined the substance was not hazardous. >> you can never be too careful. i think we would much rather be safe than sorry when it comes to anything we find that may be questionable in mail. >> police will say it will take a couple of days to determine what the powder was. a bomb scare forced the evacuation of a middle school. police and bomb squads found nothing after searching the building. it certainly led to some tense moments especially for parents. here is abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman. >> reporter: the line of parents stretched several hundred feet, a group feeling anxious and relieved about what might have been. >> what are the kids thinking? they have to deal with this. >> reporter: a bomb threat. it came in this morning, discovered by staff on a message line said acting superintendent. >> it's an adult voice.
i couldn't decipher male or female. >> reporter: that's all they will say. the bomb threat triggered an announcement in every classroom. >> this is a drill. this is not a drill. there is like code yellow. lockdown. >> reporter: until today no one considered a bomb threat as a viable possibility. >> it's frightening. it's absolutely frighting. you don't think it could happen in your community. >> reporter: as police converged on and searched the campus staff escorted students to a nearby community center and messaged parents to pick them up. >> first name, last name and grade level. >> our kids have been conditioned and trained that this is the way our world currently works. that's sad. >> reporter: it is the united states of america in the 21st century. >> they are idiots if they think they can call school and say we are going to cause chaos for
everybody and ruin everybody's day. >> reporter: it happened. the investigation continues. in mill valley, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. the family of a young woman stabbed to death at a b.a.r.t. station wants the death penalty in the suspected killer's case. several family members attended a court hearing. wilson's family says the case is taking a toll. >> this process is going too slow for me and our families. we already have the death sentence with the murder of our daughter. this is getting very frustrating and i wish this process would move on. >> police say wilson was attacked at random. cowell's attorneys say he suffers from severe mental
illness. more than a thousand people directly impacted by the camp fire will receive a huge gift today on giving tuesday as plans for a massive cleanup of the burn areas in paradise and surrounding cities are just beginning. laura anthony joins us live with the story tonight. >> reporter: we are at chico high. this is sort of the after party, a dinner they are providing for the paradise high students and their families. earlier tonight just a few minutes ago a southern california businessman was here. he brought two suitcases full of checks with him for each and everyone of the paradise high students and the sftaff. he told us he just wanted to put a smile back on their faces. it's perhaps a small act of kindness given a larger disaster. for these kids from paradise high and these families getting even $1,000 from a man they
don't know, a businessman named bob wilson is a huge gift. >> this means so much. >> very, very welcome. it's a little soon. do you know what you might do with this money st. >> i have no idea yet. >> reporter: the principal knows his school is still standing but more than 90% of students and staff lost their homes. wilson's personal gift, all $1.1 million of it will be a huge help. >> a lot of kids will just turn the checks over to their families for basic essential items like food and gas. >> reporter: we caught up with oes director as he toured the burn area that will require an unprecedented cleanup effort. the amount of debris could exceed 6 million tons, at least three times greater than from all of last year's north bay fires. >> it is 360 degrees of destruction. these are businesses and homes
that are 100% destroyed. infrastructure is lost, roads are damaged. the cleanup will begin with haz-mat removal hopefully in the next few weeks. not all these families know what they will do with their $1,000 from bob wilson. they know how it makes them feel. >> he doesn't know us but he has it in his heart to give the money to us to help us. it makes my heart smile. >> reporter: bob wilson told us that at 89 years old he looks back on high school as the happiest most care free time in his life. he wanted to make sure that these kids and these families felt that way again. in chico, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> bringing some joy. >> absolutely. nice effort. thank you very much. you can help survivors of the camp fire simply by drinking a beer. see how hundreds of brewerys are banding together including beer makers here in the bay area. what you need to look for to
retailers are starting to sell romaine lettuce again after the fda lifted the advisory. as abc 7 news anchor explains, change is coming. >> reporter: romaine lettuce is starting to be back on store shelves. what can you expect? you will soon see labels that will tell you where the lettuce comes from and when it was harvested. the fda says this action will help them quickly trace the source if there is another outbreak. the produce association has put out this document advising
growers, packers and retailers on the labelling. meantime, small farmers like the ones at the ferry building in san francisco are seeing a jump in business and awareness. they tell us they support the labels. >> do you think it is a good idea? >> i think it is a great idea. it is part of the policies coming forward, making sure what section was harvested at what time and making sure they are washing it at a proper time so we don't create the bacteria. >> reporter: kristen sze, abc 7 news. let's go back to storm watch. abc 7 news was in san francisco where heads were down and umbrellas up. >> yes, the bay area is getting the rain. the storm is bringing snow to the sierra. >> reporter: i got the gear and my vocabulary. i got this sick outfit, ready to
shred for the gnarly hills this weekend because it is going to be rad. >> it's as good as it gets. >> reporter: richard is just the guy you are looking for when doing a story on snow excitement. >> skiing is like everything else is waiting. >> reporter: he really likes snow. >> i'm going to norway and i'm going to helicopter ski in sweden. >> reporter: he is keeping it semi local too. >> they are bee lining for our snow department. they are looking for everything. they want skis, jackets, rentals, everything. >> reporter: the pros at sports basement have their stores stocked and eyes glued to the forecast. >> we watch it every day twice a day. >> reporter: as things are looking up. last season was a bit of a bummer. >> last year was brutal. i think it wasn't until march when we got snow. >> it was really challenging. resorts were barely
>> reporter: we could still make out the snow dance. >> the snow dance, see? >> reporter: the season looks to be starting early, too. maria can't wait. >> skiing the trees and just peaceful, very nice. i love skiing when it is snowing. >> reporter: she is a pro. you don't need to spend a lot of cash to look like one. if you are going to give winter sports a shot, the experts here say renting is the way to go. >> you don't need nothing but a lift ticket to go skiing. >> reporter: remember to take it slow when you go up there because of the weather. if you want to take it slowly on the hills you can do something more my speed. use a sled. not a bad idea. reporting from san francisco, abc 7 news. >> i don't know, but i love the jacket. that's slick. >> thanks very much. rain here, snow in the sierra. >> sandhya patel is here with
the forecast. >> i think she will be more excited when she hears several feet of snow coming this week. let me show you live doppler 7. we have showers primarily focussed in the south and east bay. let's get you to street level radar. santa clara, sunnyvale, you are seeing light rain from the peninsula to mountain view. palo alto seeing light rain. in the east bay fremont continues to see wet weather. how much rain have we received so far? a third of an inch in santa rosa. about 0.16 in napa. you will notice a couple hundredths of an inch in livermo livermore. the storm is not supposed to be a big one. temperatures right now in the 50s. a live look from our richmond bridge. this is what the commute is going to be like. slippery from our san jose camera. you will notice it is overcast and we are seeing light rain right now.
one other live picture is hard to see from our south beach camera. take it easy on the roadways. scattered showers through tonight. it will be a stormy thursday morning. here is what is left of our system between 7:00 p.m. and tomorrow morning. you will be seeing pockets of light to moderate showers. 8:00 a.m. it eases up. you get a breather in between storms even though there are scattered light showers ahead of the next system. the next system comes in and that one you will know is here. first thing tomorrow morning watch out for areas of dense fog in the north bay. 40s, 50s. make sure you have rain gear with you. scattered showers and then the storm impact scale comes back for wednesday night into thursday morning. it is a level two, moderate strength storm. expect heavy rain, dangerous winds. there is a high wind watch thursday afternoon to nighttime hours. downed trees and power lines not out of the question. wind gusts could reach up to 60
miles per hour. it will be difficult driving conditions. so definitely be careful out there. hour by hour we go wednesday night 7 p.m. this is just the beginning of the storm approaching. it's not until 9:30 wednesday night that the area starts to get the down pours. 11:30 at night we begin to see the first signs of the hefty storm. it's a soaker at 12:30. could be thunderstorms, as well. 1:30 in the morning you start to see the shift. thursday morning's commute between 4:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. will be dicy as we are expecting more pockets of moderate showers. 9:30 is stormy with the winds starting to pick up. that will make it worse. for the afternoon we are looking at scattered showers for your thursday going into thursday night. it does turn to snow in the mountains. let's check out the rainfall totals for the wednesday/thursday storm. most of you are in the half an inch to over an inch category. the higher elevations looking at one to three inches of rain.
a flash flood watch has been posted. 10:00 p.m. wednesday night until thursday morning. that is because there is a threat of flash flooding and debris flow. up to a foot for the highest peaks. it becomes a winter storm warning as snow level drops to 4,000 between wednesday night and friday morning. several feet of snow is expected. your accuweather seven day forecast, a level two storm and then a quick moving system friday into saturday. cold showers, one more chance of rain on tuesday of next week. at that point we'll take it. >> thank you. it is not perfect. it's good enough. >> that is the attitude that buy rrs are
since thanksgiving customers ordered more than 180 million items. the rolling stones may have said you can't always get what you want, but it is california home buyers who are singing it now. according to the annual state of california consumer survey almost half ended up with a house that was more expensive than planned for and a third settled for a smaller house. buyers typically saved up for five years and some as long as ten. in the bay area most spent ten weeks looking for a house. this is where buyers had to place multiple offers. california's housing prices are at 161% above the national average. we know it is so pricey here. we know that not everyone in california can even afford a home. >> about a dozen homeless women and families have banded together to create a camp in oakland. now the space they call safe is
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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> so we are kind of in a limbo waiting on the judge to see what is going to happen. >> time is running out for a homeless encampment in the east bay that primarily serves women. a judge is supposed to rule today whether to let them stay. >> it is in east oakland. >> reporter: organizers say the space is a haven for women who would otherwise be living on the streets. >> being on the space, creating a space like this for women is so crucial for us to get back up on our feet. >> reporter: she is co founder of the village and has lived in this camper with her daughters for a month. she says the space is a clean and sober alternative for women like her. >> we have a very unique set of circumstances when we are homeless particularly with
predators. there is not a single woman i have met around homelessness that i haven't met a woman who hasn't been raped. >> reporter: there is a community garden and a to-do list to keep things clean. >> we are trying to show a new way for the community to come together and build together. >> reporter: 13 women and their families live in the space which is set up as a tiny village an interfaith tent as well as a donation center. the city argues those inside are trespassing and some residents agree. >> this is supposed to be a safe place for women. it's not safe. how is it going to be safe? it's more dudes in there than women. >> reporter: organizers say they recently allowed some men to keep them safe but most are female. there are safety concerns with a school nearby. the women saying not all of them qualify for shelters. some have pets or jobs that make it difficult to follow shelter
curfews. a judge is stepping in to settle the dispute. >> we will be back on the streets and dealing with predators. that is what it will mean. >> reporter: it could be a matter of time before this haven is no more. abc 7 news. a convicted killer of a police officer will receive a new sentence after an appeals court tossed out the punishment he had received. henry albert smith jr. received three life sentences for the murder in 2011. smith's attorneys appealed the conviction claiming the original judge mishandled the penalty phase. on abc 7 news at 4:00, i got to sit down with sales force ceo. we covered a variety of topics including the building pressure on facebook's cheryl sandberg. famous for a lean in, turning it into a corporate phrase. some say she is taking a lot of
flack for what is going on. some say she should resign. do you have thoughts? >> i have spoken to her and i said this is a crisis of trust for facebook. for many people facebook is the new cigarettes. it's addictive. it's something people are trying to convince you to use. it's not good for you. you don't know how it is being used. not only that, they have designs on your children. there is a product, facebook for kids. facebook needs to transform. they need to go from being about the best lens to trust is the value. they have to change how they are running the company eturnally. that has been a struggle to articulate and make the change. >> we have posted the entire interview on our website, abc7news.com. we covered a wide variety of topics. back in the lobby of the sales force west building employees were hard at work on a labor of love. the volunteers were assembling build a bears that will be donated to the make-a-wish
foundation as part of giving tuesday. the company says the workers are encouraged to give back to the community. >> sales force provides seven days of volunteer time paid off. it's part of what makes sales force unique. giving back is everywhere that we see. >> between the campus in san francisco and another in new york sales force employees finished roughly 1,000 bears. brewerys across the country are making the same beer in an effort to mahelp the victims of the camp fire. abc 7 news reporter visited two brewerers in the bay area who are happy to help. >> reporter: drakes is one of hundreds that answered the call made by sierra, nevada. they used the same ingredients
to make the same beer. they hope to generate a lot of money for the community devastated by the wildfires. >> some are making seven barrels. one is equal to 33 gallons. some are going to make -- i think we are making 15 barrels. that is a lot of pints when you break down 16 ounces. >> reporter: that's what many call strength in numbers and dollars. the beer will only be sold on tap mainly at the brewerys. >> it will be on tap here and the barn in west sacramento. >> reporter: for josh levy helping the survivors came as a sense of duty. the owner of the san francisco brewering company attended chico state. >> started this kickoff with giving tuesday and brewing tuesday essentially that we will all be brewing around the united states. the grain, you don't want to smash it too much. >> reporter: they start by milling the barley. the grains are transferred and
rinsed while they soak. san francisco brewering company will make the beer this evening during a fundraising event. >> we will be brewing it during the fundraiser so people can smell and feel the energy of us brewing this beer that is going back 100% of proceeds are going back to the sierra nevada fund. >> reporter: the name of the beer is appropriately called resilience. soon to be a remarkable i.p.a. lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. >> a lot of groups are asking for your money on giving tuesday. we put together a gifting guide on our website, abc7news.com. find out how to get facebook to match your donation, avoid fraudulent fundraisers and how to take part even if you droent is money to give. just search giving tuesday on abc7news.com. 40 years ago today, san francisco and the nation were shaken. >> we take
another politician killed them, former supervisor dan white. families and colleagues are still expressing grief while praising the paths each man foraged. >> who would want to harm george masconi. >> i believe i had some comfort to know that george and harvey left this world together. >> the legacy of my dad and that of harvey is not one of trarged. it is one of opportunity. >> melk was california's first openly gay elected official. a candle light march will go to city hall just like after the murders 40 years ago. new details are coming out about the deadly shooting earlier this month at a bar in southern california. 12 people died including 18-year-old alaina housely of
napa. our sister station in los angeles has the story. >> reporter: chaos and confusion, that is how investigators described the scene at the border line bar when the suspect started shooting. the fbi says the question it still can't answer is why. >> we have no indication of radicalization. along with the sheriff's department we continue to look to identify any motive. >> reporter: the suspect used a glauc .45 caliber semi automatically pistol purchased legally. >> the suspect fired a total of more than 50 rounds during the shooting. he had seven high capacity 30 round magazines. >> all victims died rapidly as the result of one or more gunshot wounds. the victims sustained injuries to vital areas. many were from close proximity and there was no chance of survival. >> reporter: the suspect had only one previous contact are law enforcement after neighbors heard yelling at his mother's home. >> he acted out by punching out
holes in the walls of the house. his mother confirmed the outburst was related to money. deputies determined he did not meet the criteria for a mental health detainer. >> reporter: the mother of one of the victims >> we decent much, but we can do this. we can do common sense steps too have gun violence stopped in this country. today is the first in a parade of storms that we are going to experience this week. >> sandhya patel is tracking the strongest storms. she will have that next. ♪thisi'm gonna let it shine. ♪ it's energy saving time, ♪ i'm gonna reduce mine.
i have a gift that is just made for the bay area. it combines supporting science, helping the environment and possibly your own vanity. ♪ you're out shopping, looking for something special, something for that hard to shop for person. maybe what you need isn't available at the mall. perhaps only wild lands and scientist kz cos can come up wi perfect gift. >> it's really exciting. we have 12 species, 12 new to science species that were discovered in protected areas that we have created in central and south america. we are auctioning off the right to name those species in celebration of our 30th anniversary. it's the ultimate gift. >> reporter: if you pledge the winning bid in this auction you can name this frog or this orchid or this. >> how many people get to do
that? very few i'm guessing. i thought this couldn't be any cooler. >> reporter: james has been donating to the rain forest trust for years. he doesn't need a new reason. but naming a species is cool. >> i'm really interested in the orchids as well as the frog that has blue eyes. >> cooler to name it after someone else. i think it makes it a little more special. >> reporter: of course, he is right. what are the rules? as long as the name is not rude or inappropriate, it's pretty much good to go. >> you are not far off. you might name it after yourself so it might be michael or something like that. >> up for auction are four
frogs, four orchids, legless amphibian. each species has been estimated between $15,000 and $30,000. the auction ends next week. i'll post all the information you need for bidding online at abc7news.com. i want to hear from you. my 7 on your side hotline is on monday through friday. if you have a consumer problem or a great gift i should know about, call this number. you can also reach me at my facebook page. >> that's a fun one. now to our series of storms rumbling across the bay area. abc 7 news was in emeryville where the brel umbrellas are o >> sandhya patel is here to update us on the rain. >> the rain is focussing on the south bay. you will notice where it is wet in the south bay, santa cruz
mountains. let's get you to street level radar from highway 101, morgan hill. you will notice really light rain around butterfield boulevard. getting light to moderate a cruz showers. it's a light level one system. you will still see a few showers around. as we head to 5:00 a.m. pockets of light to moderat showers. this continues. it's not everywhere. it is scattered in nature tomorrow afternoon. this is just what is left of the current system. the next storm is going to be a heftier storm. tomorrow afternoon you get a bit of a breather. make sure you have shades and umbrellas. mid 50s to mid 60s. you will see a combination of sun, clouds and a few showers. next storm is a 2 on the storm impact scale. we will see dangerous surf and the possibility of thunder. 9:30 tomorrow night the rain is approaching with the next storm. 11:30 is moves on shore. the oranges and reds are
indicating heavier rain. hopefully you are sleeping while the rain is coming down. the morning commute between 4:00 and about 9:00 a.m. is going to be dicy as we will still see pockets of moderate to heavy rain and windy conditions. scattered showers through the rest of thursday evening. your rainfall totals with that storm will be higher than what we have seen with the current system. do expect most areas to pick up anywhere from three quarters to an inch of rain. the accuweather seven day forecast will show you level one for the first half of the day tomorrow. level two wednesday night into thursday and a third system with a break on sunday. more wet weather possible early next week. >> on to sports. larry beil is here with us. >> ex-49ers news. this did not take long. reuben foster has a new team one day after the 49ers cut foster. managing my type 2 diabetes wasn't my top priority.
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now abc 7 sports with larry beil. >> good evening, one day after the 49ers formally released reuben foster after another domestic violence allegation he was claimed off waivers by the washington redskins. he was a high risk draft choice. after the latest incident over the weekend in tampa the niners cut him. the redskins claimed foster although it is unclear if he will actually play for them this
year. the nfl put foster on the exempt list. it means he can join the club but cannot play. the redskins would not even look at colin kaepernick when they needed a quarterback. if you kneel, they will not talk to you, but repeated domestic violence allegations, that might be okay. the team issued a statement saying today we have claimed the rights to reuben foster, the redskins fully understand the severity of the recent allegations made against reuben. if true you can assure these allegations are nothing our organization would ever condone. the warriors dropped their fourth straight game after green was suspended for an argument with kevin durant. a lot of people were speculating the kingdom was beginning to crumble. golden state has won three straight. could be back as soon as thursday in toronto. green and demarcus cousins waiting in the wings maybe
january. coach said curry was ready to return to practice as soon as today but the team had the day off and then they are traveling to canada. that is the last hurdle. after a few days of being in a noticeable funk in the post, kevin durant is back to his oldself aold self. he had 49 last night leading the warriors to a huge comeback victory over orlando. a happy kd is a dangerous kd. >> the guy is just amazing. he is so talented. i think the last few games he just kind of knew he had to put us on his shoulders. >> it's november and he plays like it is game five of the finals. it has driven us to go on this little win streak. >> it is big game week yet again after the 121st big game was postponed because of poor air
quality cal and stanford on a collision course. this is a tough matchup to call. stanford has won the last eight meetings retaining the ax. cal is playing much better defense these days. coaches had different ways to describe the prep for this big game. >> a little bit like a bowl game where you have a week of practice and then another week to refine it. >> it is like the beginning of the season when in training camp you take a couple of days to prepare for that first opponent. >> we will have our game plan things that we had prepared and a couple other wrinkles for the nuances they showed in that game. >> we prepared the entire week for cal. now we play another game. >> sharks in buffalo against the sabers. he really wants a dog. this is unbelievable move
between the legs. a nifty celebration. in the third right after the sharks kill a penalty, the one-timer, buffalo up 2-0. jo moments ago buffalo scored the game-winner. the final is 3-2, sabers sabersb their winning streak is up to ten straight which is pretty good in any league. join us tonight at 9:00 on coffee table 20 and right here for abc 7 news at 11:00. we are tracking the storm as it moves across the bay area. sandhya patel will be here to isolate the areas getting the most rain. on abc 7 news at 11:00, shocking new claims in the death of a high school student. what a lawsuit claims the teacher was doing while the teen was drownin. >> all of that is coming up tonight. here is the lineup. catch the connors followed by
the kids are all right, blackish and splitting up together. at 10:00 it's the rookie. stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. at 11:35 it is jimmy kimmel live. >> all that this evening. that is our report. look for breaking news whenever you wish on the abc 7 news app. we appreciate your time. >> for all of us here, thanks for joining us.
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