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>> announcer: good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. it's saturday, december 1st. good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm chris nice. process let's look at the accuweather forecast. here is lisa argen tracking live doppler 7 for us. good morning to you. hi, everyone. it's raining in the bay area. that's why we have the one on the impact scale throughout the day. the heaviest rain coming down in the morning.
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shifting to the north bay. looking at light to moderate showers north of the golden gate and east bay. a third of an inches and snow levels at 4,500 feets. thunderstorms to north and snow in the sierra. you can see 580 in wetward heavier rain. bennisha and vallejo. showers. petement, highway 13 looking at good rain. further south, hayward and union city, you are waking up to rain drops as well as 880 and back west not so much in the city but along the coast highway 1 pacifica. and sunnyvale santa clara and san jose scattered light rain showers down to scott's valley and the santa cruz mountains. 49 in hayward. 45 in santa rosa. look at the next seven days. a break with sun today. it's chilly later on. a are dry day sunday. rain moves in late monday. chris. >> thanks. the 41st president of the
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united states, george h. w. bush, passed away at 94 at his home in houston, texas. he spent his life in military and civil service. world news anchor david muir with a look back at the live and legacy of an american hero. >> george herbert walker bush, america's 41st president, born june 12th, 1924 in milton, massachusetts one of five children. a son of a banker and politician. later meeting the love of his life barbara pierce at a christmas dance. he was the first boy she would kiss. the following year on his 18th birthday george enlisted in the war, becoming the youngest pilot in the u.s. navy. while overseas george and barbara kept up the long distance romance with love letters to his darling bar. two years in on his 50th mission he was shot down over the pacific. >> i knew if i wasn't rescued i would be captured. and it was- it was a harrowing experience. >> but he was rescued and he
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made it home to barbara. he attended yale. he was the captain and first he and barbara would have six children. george, jeb, marvin and kneel. and two daughters who died of leukemia at the age of 3 in 1953. a loss that broke both of them. >> he was very close. >> i was very close to her. >> she adored him. >> what was it that pulled you back up on your feet afterwards? >> he was very strong then. he was wonderful. >> they had moved the family to texas where he ran a successful oil business. and then he would enter politics. >> george bush, the happy family man is now george bush, republican candidate for the united states senate. >> he would later run for president in 1980. >> that's why i want to be president. i need your help. that's why i think i will be. >> but ronald reagan would win the nomination and the
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presidency. he would serve eight years as his loyal vice president. and then he would run again and he won as a moderate. >> i want a kinder, and gentler nation. >> as president when saddam hussein invaded kuwait it was george h. w. bush who pulled fourth of july a coalition of allies launching desert storm. >> kuwait is liber eighted. iraq's army is defeated. our military objectives are met. >> but with the economy tested there was a promise he made four years earlier that came back to haunt him. >> read my lips, no new taxes. >> he would lose to bill clinton and it stung stribing the loss to dianne sawyer. >> i had a feeling of letting down a lot of people. you have a ghastly feeling you let them down and you get over it and go on.
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>> he would leave a letter for bill clinton writing i never felt the lenliness some presidents zrabd. i wish your family well. your success is now our country's success. "i" routing hard for you. he would later build an unlikely friendship, a bond with the man who beat him, together with bill clinton they would raise money for the victims of the tsunami and here at home after katarina it. >> it sent a sign across the country that you don't make an enemy when you run against somebody. >> after his presidency george h. w. bush would endeer himself to the american people proving forever young jumping from a plane on his birthday. he and barbara were married 73 years ob the longest of any president and first lady. and we would learn he held her hand until the ver end. he bid farewell to his beloved barb, was clintons, obama he is and first lady melania trump by his side. and barbara bush revealing along the way how she wanted her
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husband remembered. >> he is the most decent, honorable, wonderful, nobody has ever been as lucky as i've been. i want people to remember him as courageous. i want them to remember him as zblees as he sat before his wife there was sadness but not fear. as he once told dianne. >> i do think that you go to heaven. there is a heaven. and i don't fear it though. when i was a little guy i'd fear death. i'd be worried about it, scared. not anymore. >> and that was david muir reporting. bush senior visited the bay area multiple times during his pridenmostotable after the leddy loma prieta earthquake. abc 7 news reporter coronell bernhard has the details. >> i spoke with former sfirs s
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mayor art agnos saying he will never forget the visit of the george h. w. bush. he says george bush senior was responsive in the days and weeks after the quake in 1989. bush came in the bay area and toured the places hardest hit. he stopped to listen to what first responders and city officials needed from washington. >> "i" deeply moved by this. deeply moved by it. sad in some ways. and yet genuine appreciation for the way in community is pulling together. >> he was a president who cared about the entire country. and he showed it in the loma prieta earthquake in 1989 when he came here in a prompt fashion. he spent a lot of time here listening carefully to what we needed. and his administration was most responsive to us when we asked for the kind of help that would
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bring in city back. >> bush also visited san francisco later0 o campaign for then gubernatorial republican candidate pete wilson. who ended up winning the race and serving two terms as governor. former mayor agnos says he joins with the nations sending doeldss to the bush family. he called the former president a true statesman. abc 7 news house miernlt leader nancy pelosi shared this photo along with a tweet that says, george h. w. bush's life was defined by an inspiring commitment to public service. i am deeply grateful to have his family share such a wonderful man with us. may it be a kpfrt to them to know so many americans mourn with them. you can remember george h. w. bush on the abc 7 news facebook page. share our post-ing on your wall and also writ your tributes. the time now is 6:08. a 7.07 magnitude earthquake hit near anchorage, alaska yesterday
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morning at 8:30. but the tremors could be felt more than 200 miles around. no deaths or injuries are reported. but officials are dealing with damage to buildsings and roads. 22,000 power outages were reported including downtown anchorage and the military base. 28 water main breaks spurred a precautionary water advisory. the red cross is working to provide shelter and resources process. but officials say it's an uphill battle here is kristen sze. >> roads buckling lights swinging. floors covered in debris. it was 8:29 in the morning, a cold, icy day is in anchorage when everything start the shaking. >> i lived here since '83. >> melody blankenship was upstairs at our abc news affiliate inning and rinl. saying she could hear the quake before she could feel it. >> like a train going by on the tracks. it was a huge jolt, just huge.
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>> fear ripping threw this high school, north of the epicenter. >> we're going to die. >> students forced to take cover under desks. it was a scramble to safety for this mom rushing to get to her child. air traffic controllers yelling at pilots to pull up and cancel landing. >> fedex go around. fedex go around. >> former governor sarah palin posting this video of damage to heir parents home. >> just completely smashed. >> at ata tv in anchorage the newsroom in shamables. >> that is a camera. >> alaska governor bill walker declared a disaster. >> i saw structural damage in somabling across the earthquake zone. i don't think this is a temporary matter of a week or two it's more significant. >> abc 7 news. here? the bay area, the threat of a major earthquake is always
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present. the california pacific medical center, san francisco's newest hospital has the latest technology for absorbing a quake called wall dampers. theabling is fitted with 100 floor to ceiling steel panels filled with material as thick as peanut butter >> these are vis could you say wall dampers. working whether it's up and down or side to side motion. >> it's the first building in north america to use the technology. the california pacific medical center is scheduled to open in 2019. on abc 7 news.com we have a list of what to pack in a earthquake hit for your home. even if you have a kit, lisa, it's a good reminder to check it twice. as for the forecast this morning off to a rainy start. the roads are slick. >> it's coming down good in some parts of the bay area and we'll see it throughout the morning hours. it gets more scattered throughout the afternoon. a look life from the exploratorium camera in the mid-50s. you had a good shot of rain and
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there is more rain right on through the morning hours. althoughs in a quick mover. it's a cold system. and blustery northwestly winds behind it. i have a full look at my accuweather seven-day forecast in a few moments. >> thanks. also ahead ruffling the feathers in the south bay. see the billboard spark saving people money on car insurance. ♪
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good morning, everyone. time right now is the 6:14.
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we are taking a live look at live doppler 7 on saturday. lisa has been tracking the rain. you can see it all over the bay area. the heavier pockets to the north of san francisco and emeryville. we'll find out just how long this lasts coming up in the full accuweather report. happening today, the 121 big game between cal and stanford takes place two weeks after originally scheduled. smoke from the camp fire forced the game's postponement kickoff at noon at memorial stadium. last night cal students held a rally trying to fire up fans while respecting victims of the wildfires. abc 7 news reporter kitty utehs explains. >> reporter: as cal fans fill the groek theater for the big game rally, the big news was still up in the air. >> i have to start with something really serious. >> two weeks ago dangerous air quality from the fire in butte county postponed the rally and the 121st match jum between uc
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berkeley and stanford. >> we were out here all day setting it up and definitely didn't want to put people through the the traditions. cal fight songs. but the legendary bonfire scene in in archive video. >> it's a tradition dating back to 1903 when the grek was made. >> did not happen this year out of respect for the camp fire victims. normally at this point in the rally the bonfire would be lit. but in place of it students pulled out the cell phones to have the same spirit. >> i'm so proud of them understanding both the fire was dangerous but also understanding the symbolism didn't work in the context of the loss. >> the rally committee is fund raising for the california fire foundation. and the university is giving 1,000 big game tickets to first responders, showing the spirit of california is about more than
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football. in berkeley, katie utehs, abc 7 news. > time now is it6. inhe south bay, abillboard is r along a busy road, calling out egg eaters. while some say it's controversial others call it confusing. amanda del castillo has more. >> reporter: from a distance you notice a woman, blue shirt, blond hair, bizarre egg face. the billboard along oakland road in san jose has the bold message. >> face it, you can't claim to be a feminist and still eat eggs. >> eggs are a product of abuse of females. >> peta says the argument is clear. >> i'm upset about the skabd of women. they should be equally upset about the skabd of female of any specie zblies they put the billboard in the area in san jose because this area boasts the highest median income in the
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country. >> we thought this would be a place of strong thoughtful women receptive to the message about not exploiting females of other specie zblies we asked viewers for their thoughts. twitter user here says animal liber assigning human liberation are on two completely different and levels to compare female zms to female humans is lewd rouse. >> eric larson agrees. >> it's a stretch. can you respect women and still enjoy a good scrambled egg. >> peta maintains the consumption of products from female zms is incompatible. >> it has nothing to do with ou one eats. it's one treats other people. >> the billboard was just steps from a burger king. peta says they also hope people consider the animal on the minnesota menu. but here on the oakland road the controversial billboard remains. i'm amanda del castillo abc 7 news. if you are headed for the
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sierra, be sure to bring chains. chains are required in interstate 83 miles east of gold run to truckee. and playserville to myers. caltrans says 18 inches of snow was expected the passes overnight. >> announcer: now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good morning to you. we have a pretty solid shield of rain. it's a 1 on the storm impact scale marching through the bay area this morning. and leaving scattered afternoon showers anywhere from 3/4 of an inches already at the sonoma county airport to a third of an inch elsewhere. and snow levels at 4,500 feet. here is live doppler 7. you can see the thunderstorms well forth. and look at the yellow, sweep on mount st. helena. picking up the rain pushing through napa and sonoma. central sand revel and teuberen and berkeley highway 80, wet. look at yellows and reds here. so if you don't have to go out i
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would listen to the rain out wa. it a chilly one as well. and very windy. san ramon, 6807 looking at wet weather. widely scattered through san francisco. but there is a good cell north. bay shore and brisb brisb brisbb san ramon valley wet weather. and peninsula looking at milpitas, fremont, redwood city, highway 92 and the hills picking up heavier rain and the summit scott's valley, boulder creek, showers. snowing in the mountains. we have a winter storm warning through 6:00. but the heaviest snow through noontime. one to two inches per hour, one towo fee 4,000 feet. and a winter weather quizry for shasta county. also reason o and down through yosemite king's canyon up to a foot at 5,000 feet.
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it's wintry out there. travel not advised now. nee from half a foot to a foot right on through 6:00. but i said before heaviest snow through noontime. look at winds, gusting to 30 and 35 miles an hour. so very blustery. if you have a flit out you could experience some delays. upper elevation winds up to 40 miles an hour. look at mount tam, 53 miles an hour gusts. this is quite a system that is whipping through the buerre this morning 48 in mountain view. 42 morgan hill. you see wet weather and winds and drops on the lens here. 56 in sand rafael. 52 in concord. highs aren't moving much. the fork highlights showers spreading throughout the bay area. cold mornings tomorrow and monday. and looking at more rain throughout the week ahead. let's check out winds throughout the afternoon. 20 miles an hour win gusts common northwest and along thec. but it's a night with .
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gentle winds tomorrow and we'll need that sunshine. we'll get some today but the cold air cumulus clouds that pop up after the front pushes through. 9:00 it's clear in the north by. but the peninsula eas the south bay afternoons looking dry, partly cloudy. but it's going to be chilly and brozy out there. rainfall amounts we have seen the most in the north bay. another tenth or two throughout the peninsula and south bay. highs today under partly cloudy skies after the morning rain, it's nippy. 56 in oakland in san jose in the accuweather seven-day forecast very little temperatures change tomorrow. in fact very cold in the morning hours. it will be windy and then monday night we see the next chance of rain. much of monday is dry. you download the app and notice we have lingering showers and a rainy morning tuesday. wednesday there is scattered showers. a few more showers on thursday. you want to check back with us, download the app because this is a very fluid forecast. >> yes, andnd
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abc 7 news was at san francisco's golden gate park last night where the conservatory of flowers prevow the light and sounz. . amateur and botanists alike can take in the cmo of hundreds of plants. the exhibition starts tomorrow and runs until january 6. still to come on abc 7 mornings. >> it's so nice to see her. >> we take to you butte county where teacher and students prepare to return to the classroom following the fire. the the time is 6:26. s in a live look from lake tahoe. you can see it's windy up there. as the sun gets ready to rise in lab. if you are heading up to the
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♪ trelegy 1-2-3 save at trelegy.com. >> announcer: good morning, east way. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> thanks for joinin us. i'm chris nice. . we start with a quick look at weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. good morning to you. hi, everyone. it's a one on the storm impact scale. rain coming down pretty good in the bay area. heaviest this morning and early this afternoon widely scattered. we picked up 3/4 of an inch in the north bay.
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in the loop you can see the thunderstorms norg of ukiah. as we go in closer southern marin county and along highway 1 getting hit kood. the beach into teuberen. very windy conditions orinda margot. san francisco, just some light showers now. raining pretty good around hayward and fremont. the san mateo bridge is wet. and into the south bay and the santa cruz mountains scattered showers. sunshine this afternoon. cool and brezy winds. highs in the 50s. >> the time is now 6:30. george h. w. bush, the 41st president of the united states has died at the age of 94. he was the patriarch of one of the most powerful political dynasties in the american history. at the white house flags fly at half staff in remembrance. maggie reule joins us live with
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more. maggy good morning to you. >> foerng we are learning new details with the funeral plans. his body goes to washington where he will lie in state at the u.s. capital and there is a funeral service at the national cathedral 80s moment for the entire country to reflect on his legacy. >> i george herbert walker bush do some elle swear. >> george herbert walker bush was sworn into a world he called rich with promise. >> for a new breeze is blowing, a world refreshed by freedom seems reborn. >> the 41st president and his presidency were shaped but the upheavals of the 20th century. on the his 18th birthday he enlisted in world war ii becoming the u.s. navy. by 1948 he had married barbara pierce and moved his family from new england to texas where he was elected to the u.s. house of representatives. he rose to become ambassador of the united nations and then china. director of the central intelligence agency. and under ronald reagan vice
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president. after two terms in the reagan administration bush ran for president himself. defeating michael dukakis. bush made a promise he would later break. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> but progress on his watch was felt around the world. the fall of the berlin wall, and the of communism in eastern europe. perhaps notably the liberation of kuwait a after the iraqi invasion. >> a lan drawn in the sand. >> despite the popularity a faltering economy and growing budget deficit weakened his presidency. and in 1992 he was defeated by bill clnton with the election of george w. bush in 2000, the senior bush joined john adams as president and presidential father. he devoted his retirement helping others. raising money with president clinton for the disaster victims. >> he could have chosen a live of comfort appear privilege. instead time and again when
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offered a chance to serve he seized it. >> in the end bush like his son insisted he would let history measure his legacy. >> and the president's body will return to texas just as he requested. he will be laid to rest on the grounds of his presidential library next to barbara and their daughter robin. maggie reule, abc 7 news. thank you. president trump released a statement on his passing saying melaniaen i join with a grieving nation to mourn the loss of george h. w. bush. president bush inspired generations of fellow americans to public to be in his words, a thousand points of lights illuminating the cigaretteness hope and opportunity of america to the world. the office of barack and michelle obama released a statement saying in part, america has lost a patriot and humble servant in george herbert walker bush. while our hearts are heavy today, they are also filled with gratitude. george h. w. bush's life is a
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testament to the notion that public service a noble joyous calling. the office of bill and hillary clinton released this statement with the former president saying i will be forever grateful for the friendship we formed. few americans have been or will ever be able to match president bush's record of service to the united states and thegy he took every day from it. . the time is and new details this morning on california's wildfires. the amount of cashen emissions emitted is equal to the amount produced in a year providing electriccy to the state, in according to the head of the u.s. department of interior mo says the fires have put out 68 million tons of carbon dioxide. in butte county preparations are under way to get students attacked by camp fire back to school next week. there are many challenges that come with it but it could provide normalcy to kids and teachers. abc 7 news reporter carlos salcedo has the story. >> when paradise students return to class monday it's very
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different but expect to see heart warming reunions lake this. >> it's so nice to see her. >> first grade teacher mrs. kieffer last saw her students the morning the camp fire broke out. paradise elementary left in ruins. >> it's very emotional because when we left that day we didn't know what was happening. it's so nice to see everybody. >> the students originally attending in orville school relocated to make room for paradise kids. before arriving teachers have getting the classrooms road. >> yesterday this had nothing. no shelving or anything. >> backpacks has been donated. because of lack of space there will be multiple teachers and students per classroom. >> as for the students in high school it will be different. any will drop in at the chico mall for independent studies. >> just to get us through the holiday then through the holiday
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any will look at a new idea for them. >> while things won't ever be the same, parents know that going back to a classroom setting will sep help kids. >> once the kids are back in school and have their schedule going similar to what it was before it will be nice to try and get our live back to somewhat normal. >> something in community desperately needs. in butte county, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. >> happening today, don't be alarmed if you see smoke in the east by. the a college technology fire program will conduct live training in san leandro from 8:00 until 5:00 today. people in the area may see a column of black smoke near the intersection of davis and alfredo streets that may be visible from b.a.r.t. and interstate 880. you are asked to call 911 only if you see smoke and are unsure if it's coming from the training site. still ahead on abc 7 morpgs fans of a large christmas light
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display are impatient for it to be finished. >> people come year after year and say when is it going to be up? when is it going to be up. >> the reason the home owners finally gave in and agreed to appear on the abc show the great christmas light fight. but first the time right now is 6:37. we are looking live outside from the golden gate bridge camera. you can see a slick start cross the bay area. also a little windy. lisa argen will have
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happening today, thousands of people will gagt ner san francisco for world a.i.d.s. day. abc 7 news was in golden gate park last night for a candle light vigil paying tribute for those who died. supporters will be there voicing support for those in the fight against a.i.d.s. >> it's a way to gather together and redouble efforts to find a cure, but most importantly we can honor and remember the memories of the nearly 750,000 americans we lost. and it must be remembered the epidemic is not over. we have made progress in places like san francisco but there is so much work to be done especially in states where there is not access to health care. >> today's event is free. it starts at noon at the national a.i.d.s. memorial in golden gate park. happening today,nouses of competitors take over san francisco for the world's largest obstacle race. the spartan race returns to at&t park this week. bringing a three-mile sprint
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race with more than 15 obstacles to the park. participants will climb stairs, race down narrow concourses and face tall walls, rope climb, monkey bars and more. there will be a spartan kids race for boys and girls as young as four. races start at 7:00 this morning. 20 minutes away from the start. but some parts of san francisco seeing the rain. >> wet and windy out there right over the central bay in morning. as we look outside live check out sand rafael. already part of the front pushing through. but we have cold unstable air behind it. temperatures aren't going to budge. we have scattered showers throughout the afternoon. but we'll see sun and it's going to be brazy. it's 52 in sand rafael. with upper 40s in danville. waking up to a soggy start to the week. but we look for a dry finish. details next with the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thanks. also ahead defense he pac 12 title between washington and oh! oh!
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in sports, the warriors will get a boost this afternoon with steph curry set to return from his groin injury. golden state battles the pistons at little caesar's arena in detroit. we now one of the teams in the rose bowl last night, the pac 12 crowned the conference champ at levi stadium. our sports director larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody.
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washington's win over wazoo knocked the pac 12 out of the plaintiff race. but washington is a consolation. pac 12 championship game, a small but enthused gathering at levi stadium. emphasize on fall. 3-3 in the third. the ball bounces twice and the husky he is. byron murphy grabs it and gone. 66 yards to the house. that was the only touchdown of the entire game. offense, non-existen. washington wins. the pac 12 title game, 10-3. they go to the rose bowl. cal and stanford play the 121st edition of the big game today in berkeley. delayed two weeks because of smoky care. the cardinals open up the offense not quite rupp and shoot yet. but kj costello has thrown 15 td passes. as for cal they turned into a gritty, physical nasty team on defense. five take aways against colorado last week. stanford held the axe for eight
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years and cal wants it back. >> as long as you can use the emotion and energy the right way to focus on the next play playing at your best then it's good. >> it ends up a high scoring game, great. 10-6 in the fourth quarter we got to find a way to score another touchdown to win. great. whatever it is we find a way to play hard and win. >> big nfl news the kansas city chiefs come to oakland. careem hunt will not be with him because of the video. tmz obtained this video of hunt kiging and shoving a woman back in february. why did it take ten months for the video to come out? the chiefs and nfl claim they hadn't seen it until it was released friday. they said hunt was not truthful when they did the initial investigation. kc lose as star player. hunt scored 14 touchdowns. hunter strickland will not be
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back bce harper was not offered a new contract. the a's are not bringing back mike fires. a surprise because fires was solid after acquired last year. he has his ligament intact unlike most of the a's rotation. stanford volly ball. hosting the alabama state. cardinal take the first game easily. second game, 6-6 kathryn flum we are authority. the cardinals crossing look at the touch on this from tammy. stanford wins the second 25-17. completing the sweep, the cardinal win and face lmu in the second round sunday. that's a wrapping on morning sports. have a great weekend. now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. good saturday morning to you. a vigorous cold front moving it through the bay area this morning with gusty winds. a one on the dpakt scale but
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dumping a pretty good amount of rain. 3/4 of an inches in sonoma process. east bay getting dr we have snow in the sierra. boy the winds are howling in the upper elevation. looking well north you notice the rain is lighter around hopland and lake port. but look at snow levels. a rain snow mix in lake county. it's certainly cold and rain is a bit heavier towards 680, orinda, marago, down through danville and the san ramon valley. in san francisco, the sunset, the bay have you over the golden gate and bay bridge soggy and windy. down towards la honda, highway 35. woodside. look at union city. and in fremont raining quite a while. and scattered showers from the santa cruz mountains through 101 and morgan hill and the snow in
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the sierra temperatures in the upper 20s. the winter storm warning in effect. the heaviest snow? the morning hours. in effect threw 6:00 one and two feet. snowing up to two inches per hour you saw the snow up in lake county. we have the winter weather advisory from reason o to yosemite, king's canyon. a foot of snow at 5,000 feet. and looking totals from 6 to 12 from pines to donner throughout the day. check out the winds. surface winds, 35-mile-per-hour at the airport. 31 in oklahoma. sand carlos airport gusting to 25. and we go up in height and we have got 53 miles an hour winds at mount tam. they have gone down at mount diablo but it's gusty. and this front is churning through the bay area quickly. wet weather here. the bay bridge toll brza. 56 in san francisco. 42 in morgan hill. highway 101 not a lot of rain but soggy.
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46 in santa rosa. 52 in concord. check it out the sierra nevada, beautiful the way we like it this first weekend of des. showers spreading throughout the bay area this morning. it's cold tomorrow morning and into monday but we have brezy winds tonight and looking for more rain throughout several days next woke. here is the wind forecast. at the surface you have the colors representing the gusty winds, the yellow stronger winds. the blue over the entire bay area, 15 to 20 miles out of the northwest. it's a cool afternoon. waking up to a brez tomorrow. and that's going to help us not have frost that we have to scrape off the windshield because of the wind. 6:30 the front marches through the bay area. 7:00, 8:00, 9:00 in the peninsula and south bay. and then it continues to shift out of the bay. but the cold unstable air behind it allows for scattered showers throughout the kay. the cumuluslos building through the afternoon.
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and rainfall has been generous in the north by but we see an additional one50 to tws. a chilly and brezy afternoon. the accuweather seven-day forecast will look for the rain to end throughout the day today. a cold morning, sun tomorrow. we'll need it because as you notice, the next several days more clouds and rain nan dry weather. you download the accuweather app and keep track of the live doppler 7. little change day to day. showers, maybe peeks of sun, breezy and uncle and what you expect fwor december. >> good to know, thank you. a unique holiday tradition in the bay area is about to go primetime. a christmas dpla that thrilled a neighborhood for decades. now it's part of a network television. shley has more. >> reporter: sinhr li you can a
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goldstein go to. for more than 30 years they turn their home and hill before the castro district into a full blown christmas zpli. it started when they moved in with a small tree in tow. >> tom threw it in the ground man somehow or another it found the sewer. >> it grew. >> it grew and grew. and now it's like 60 feet high. >> the display has drawn visitors from as far as germany. but a few years ago, tom and jerry as they are known, got a call from abc's great christmas light fight profiling the biggest displays from around the country. they finally agreed to participate with a san francisco caveat. >> we aren't in any light fight. this is our gift to the community, to the world. >> the light fight crew photographed the display last december as it was going up. tom and jerry say 80s creative struggle every year deciding what to keep and what to update. >> we always have to remake
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things and come up with new ideas and working on the trains and working on things. >> reporter: it takes about six weeks to put up the display every year and they are waiting to see how the labor of love fares on the show. but one or lose they want to represent the values of san francisco. >> this tree represents what america should be. in tree represents immigrants. african-americans, us. >> reporter: dan ashley, abc 7 news. you can watch the great christmas light fight here on abc 7 mondays at 8:00 p.m. next, the holiday train is ready to roll. we'll have more on the festivities for this year's event. heading to break, the time right now is 6:53. taking a live look outside from
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caltrain holiday train returns to the beau in weekend. the glittering show train has been a tradition for the past sixteen years. it's decoratewood more than 75,000 lights. the festive events brings holiday treats, entertainment and characters to nine stations. visitors are asked to bring new unwrapped toys for the toy drive. the train arrives at 4:00 this afternoon at the station at fourth and king. and a final weather check with lisa. >>s in the way we like to see the live doppler 7. maybe stay inside for a bit.
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light showers here around hopland and lake port. you can see the snow dropping. rain in danville. also south through dublin looking at showers. westward san francisco, from the sunset daly city and south city showers. los altos hills and highway 82 wet. raining from hayward in fremont new the showers passing east going to higher elevations. sunnyvale and boulder week wet. the accuweather seven-day forecast a droi and cool day tomorrow. >> a good reminder to check for delays at the airport if you are traveling. >> it's windy as well. >> good to know. and thank you. thanks for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen with lisa argen. the news continues on facebook, twitter and instagram. good morning america is mechanics. news continues at 8:00 a.m. see you then.
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