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>> announcer: good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings". it's sunday, march 10th. good morning and thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. meteorologist frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen. hi, frances. >> hi, chris, good morning, everyone. live doppler 7 shows the loop over the last couple of hours. the system is sliding down the coast. right now we're in a little lull. we're starting to see heavy rain, though, in parts of the east bay, milpitas, parts of the south bay as well. the storm impact scale is ranked 1, it's light today. scattered showers, less than a third of an inch of rain. there is a slight chance of thunderstorms, keep that in mind. a live beautiful view of those gray clouds out there. even some bits of blue. and your 12-hour day planner, we've got scattered showers during the next hour. temperatures in the 40s. becomes more isolated by about
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lunchtime. and then possible thunderstorms this afternoon. we start to dry out this evening, and we have a drier and warmer trend heading our way starting tomorrow. i'll let you know the details, coming up. >> frances thank you. breaking news, ethiopian airlines says all passengers on a plane that crashed overnight have died. eight americans were among the 157 people killed. the plane, similar to the one you just saw, was heading to nairobi, kenya. family members are now at the airport desperately searching for answers. the plane went down six minutes after takeoff from the ethiopian capital. records show the boeing 737 was relatively new. it was delivered to the airline back in november. the cause of the crash is under investigation. developing news out of contra costa county. antioch police are looking for a suspect they say shot two men, killing one of them. it happened just after 9:00 last night on west 19th street near d street. officers arrived to find a 25-year-old man in the street.
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a 20-year-old man was shot near the front of a home. they were both taken to the hospital where the 20-year-old died. the other man is being treated and is expected to recover from his injuries. this morning we're getting our first look at body cam video worn by san jose state university police as they tased, shot, and killed a man back in 2014. abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has the video. warning, it might be disturbing to some. >> get on the ground! shoot him! >> reporter: san jose state police released this video five years after officers shot and killed antonio lopez. >> i'm glad but i'm mad. >> reporter: laurie valdez was lopez' common-law wife. they share a young son together. she wanted more to be released, like the dispatch tapes and the body cam video from the other officers present. >> i see officers who were the
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perpetrators. they were the perpetrators. antonio is the victim. because antonio was not aggressive, did not do what they were saying. >> reporter: investigators, the d.a., and two federal judges say the tasing and shooting were justified after officers found lopez walking near campus with some sort of a blade. >> put that on the floor. put it on the ground right now. put it on the ground. >> taser, taser. >> reporter: you can see lopez is tased, then starts running. >> shoot 'em! [ sound of gunfire ] >> reporter: the 38-year-old was shot twice in the back and died at the hospital. officers insist officers was a threat. >> when i saw it the first time, know, why they found it necessary to shoot and kill him. >> reporter: and now that the body cam video is available to the public, anyone can watch it and come to their own conclusion. >> it's like still not called
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for, to shoot him. >> you're innocent until proven guilty. >> reporter: lopez' partner says she wants his case reopened and a special prosecutor to be assigned. lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. b.a.r.t. trains are back in operation. but early yesterday morning the entire system came to a screeching halt. passengers showed up at stations wondering why everything was closed and were left out in the cold and looking for other transportation. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story. >> once again, we are currently not running any trains. >> reporter: not the news b.a.r.t. riders wanted to hear on a saturday morning. no trains running anywhere, not one. this man was trying to get to school in hayward. >> i was supposed to be there at 10:00. i'll probably be late. >> reporter: the closure was first announced by 5:45 a.m. by 9:00 -- >> we're back in service, thanks for your patience.
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>> reporter: there was only limited service available in oakland. no trains running between daly city and sfo. that was a huge problem for this woman who works for virgin atlantic airlines. >> we're waiting for the b.a.r.t. bus to take us to sfo. we've been waiting for an hour now. >> reporter: frustrating? >> frustrating. >> they told us i have to go to some room and take a bus from there. >> reporter: many complained there weren't enough buses available. do you have any idea when it's coming? >> i'm not sure, sir. >> reporter: many riders were frantic, especially those with flights to catch. >> it doesn't matter, my flight is five hours delayed anyway. >> anybody want to share a ride to the airport? >> reporter: some grabbed a taxi. bar b.a.r.t. says two of its critical computers failed overnight. >> one powers the train and the other tells it where to go. so obviously without those two working in harmony, we can't open. >> reporter: the cause of the
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failure is a mystery. b.a.r.t.'s failure likely put many people into their cars, braving the rainy traffic. get this, the computer glitch prevented fare gates from closing. b.a.r.t. says it's conducting a full forensic analysis to find the cause of the computer glitch and to make sure it doesn't happen again. in berkeley, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. we started sending out alerts about the b.a.r.t. computer problems early yesterday morning through the abc 7 news app. it's one way to stay on top of breaking news. the app is free in the app store. enable push alerts to seep the latest updates. you may remember last month we spent an entire week looking at the issues that b.a.r.t. and its riders are facing. this is part of our commitment to building a better bay area. we saw everything from fare evaders and complaints about dirty stations to what the future holds for the transit agency. this includes bringing service to the south bay and upgrading to a more modern fleet. but the main focus was the complaints we heard from you,
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about the train system in its current form. >> do you want riders to complain? >> of course. that's how you fix it. >> and we've been answering your questions as they come in. it's not all bad. we're also looking at some of the things you tell us b.a.r.t. is doing well right now. we want to hear your thoughts about what we can do to keep building a better bay area. head to our website,, and search the words "better bay area." you can write us with your comments and suggestions. on twitter, use the hashtag #betterbayarea. on facebook, join our better bay area group as we work on finding solutions together. cleanup from the devastating camp fire has been halted in paradise because of the weather. the hills around the city are saturated. and state officials are worried they could give way and cause a mudslide. work is on hold until march 19th. in november, the camp fire destroyed a huge portion of the butte county town, killing 85 people.
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it's expected to take a year to remove all the debris. there are 11,000 properties scheduled for cleanup. "the sacramento bee" reports 200 have been fully claimed. last year was california's worst year for wildfires in recorded history. a federal report says more than 1.8 million acres burned, which is half a million more than 2017. there were more than 8,000 fires, the largest was the mendocino complex which was a pair of fires that burned in lake and mendocino counties. it set a record as the largest complex fire in state history. more than 100 people died. the bulk of the deaths were in the camp fire. in the north bay, people gathered in yountville to remember three women killed by a gunman at the veterans home of california. christine loeber, jennifer gray golick, and jennifer gonzalez shushereba were killed one year ago yesterday. the gunman, a former resident, was also found dead after a standoff. the attack happened in the pathway home, a residential therapy program at the veterans
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home. >> people wanted to come together and commemorate, to remember the women, to remember the work, to think about the people who survived, and to think about how important it is to continue working with these vets who are coming back from deployments with physical and mental health issues. >> the pathway home has been closed since the shooting and will not reopen. time now, 9:10. take a look at the upper deck of the bay bridge from our south beach camera last night. that's suv facing eastbound in the westbound lanes. chp officers say the driver, a woman believed to be in her 60s, drove the wrong way onto i-80 from the harrison street off-ramp in san francisco. it happened around 7:00 p.m. her suv did not hit any other vehicles but chp had to shut down two lanes of the freeway to remove the suv. emergency crews took the woman to the hospital for an evaluation. police in san francisco are
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investigating the cause of a crash that left one person with minor injuries. a car slammed into other parked vehicles, pushing one car into the garage of a building on harrison between 7th and 8th. harrison was closed for nearly two hours. there was only minimal damage to the garage. on this sunday morning -- i'm so used to saying saturdays. anyway, you're tracking the forecast for us. right now we're seeing a break in the rain in the bay area, at least in some parts. >> yeah, scattered showers are turning more into isolated showers. we can see bits of blue in the sky right now with this live shot from pier 39. there's a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. and i'll let you know how much rain you can expect today for your neighborhood. >> frances, thank you. also ahead, a north bay girl seemed to know what she was doing when she told steph curry to make better shoes for girls. a response, hours after going on sale. i like myself. we're in oakland where a mom we're in oakland where a mom started
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her strong latino roots to improve education for kids around the bay. abc 7 news reporter luz pena tells us the story of how they're giving back. >> reporter: it's a story that many latino households grew up reading, "the chupacabra." now it's layla's favorite tale. >> because i like how it makes it how they were before. >> reporter: as her daughter sits attentively listening, cathy hopes layla is not only diving into a world of imagination and literacy but gaining something more. >> so she's connected to her roots. >> reporter: in 2016, this woman, an oakland mom, founded booklandia. she had struggled for years finding bilingual books for her
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children. she created an online book subscription service and traveling bookstore that goes across the bay area. >> i want these books, these personal libraries to be inclusive and representative of the community at large. >> reporter: this is actually one of the books i read as a little girl. she tells us her goal is not only for her books to be bilingual in spanish but to also have a positive message, a positive message that she's taken a bit further. >> we not only work with families. we work with schools. and we also have a donation program where children that cannot buy the books will also receive books through booklandia. >> reporter: according to the california department of education in 2017, over 42% of the state's public school students spoke a language other than english at home. she hopes her books awaken a new pride in those homes. >> it's a chapter book. >> do you still want it?
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>> reporter: luz pena, abc 7 news. did you remember to set your clocks forward? daylight saving time started at 2:00 a.m., depriving us all of one hour of sleep. but could it be the last time we go through an assemblyman has an opinion about that. >> it's hazardous to your health. >> voters approved a resolution to keep daylight saving time the year-round. hospitals report a 24% spike in heart attack visits during the daylight saving time change, and it led to 32,000 deaths. the time switch leads to reports of injuries at work and more strokes. meteorologist frances dinglasan joins us now with the
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accuweather forecast, hi, frances. >> hi, chris, good morning, everyone. impleme i want to show you live doppler 7. over the last couple of hours, we're seeing showers wind down. the center of the storm is sliding south along our coast. but it's not completely over yet. we're seeing more showers located along the peninsula coast and south bay. the bits of pink and white there are snow. the snow levels are drop down to 3,500 feet. and we could see some areas of heavy rain, like right now highway 1 near pes cancadero. they will move through pretty quickly. emeryville, the water is calm. you see low clouds in the distance. showers will stick around. the showers of them all throughout the day. temperatures finally climbing into the 50s right now. san francisco still 47. oakland is 50 degrees. half moon bay also at 50 degrees. here is a pretty shot, this is in the south bay.
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we're seeing blue skies as well. that's going to increase our chance of thunderstorms this afternoon as we have unstable air and temperatures a little bit warmer. santa rosa is 49. lots of 40s right now. fairfield, 46 degrees. this time we're looking from san francisco, you can see the transamerica tower there. so any of these clouds can produce little bits of rain right now. so for your forecast, we're dealing with scattered showers throughout the day with a chance of thunderstorms. it's very slight, but it's out there. and with daylight saving time starting today, the sunrise was at 7:28. sunset at 7:12 tonight. if you're sick of all this wet weather, we have a dry pattern and much warmer weather that starts tomorrow and continues throughout the week. so on our storm impact scale, we're ranking today's storm a 1, light. scattered showers, less than a third of an inch of rain. in fact some areas might not get any more rain today. just keeping track of that slight chance of thunderstorms. i want to show you the forecast animation at 10:00 this morning.
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notice it becomes more spotty in nature. then by about laununch times, l of areas will be dry with possibly a few showers, lower part of the peninsula, inland east bay. this evening, as the system slides south, it brings better chances of rain to the south bay, south of san jose, and east of san jose, and even parts of the east bay. 10:00, it's all over, and then we've got a dry week ahead. so we're expecting a little bit more rain throughout the day today. but notice some areas in the north bay might not get any more rain at all, like santa rosa and calisto calistoga. redwood city and along the coast, you could get a little bit more rain. san jose, only about a tenth of an inch, san francisco 500ths of an inch. highs today, a little bit on the cool side, a little bit warmer than we've seen the last few days, mid- to upper 50s. if you're headed to the sunday streets in san francisco's
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mission district, chance of showers. i would grab a jacket. you might not need the umbrella, but temperatures will be on the cool side. tonight, chilly in the north bay, dropping to the 30s, mostly around the bay, low to mid-40s. the accuweather seven-day forecast, scattered showers for our storm today. but you can see it's starting to wind down. sunshine returns on monday. tuesday, a system moves to our north, bringing us breezy conditions, but not rain. then high pressure builds. sunshine and warmth, low 70s by next weekend. >> loving it. finally, we've been craving the sun. >> and we can wash our car and enjoy it. >> for sure. frances, thank you. abc's new brand local-ish is sharing stories of inspiration in a weekly digital series called "more in common." this week meet the pilots giving free flights to teens and kids to advance diversity in education. >> air left.
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>> cool! it's fun. >> you're going to learn to fly the plane. yeah! >> on your own dime, you're taking kids out to give them that same love for flying that you had. >> yes. i can't even explain how good it feels to see that look in their eyes when they experience something they would have probably never experienced. >> less than 2% of pilots are minorities. they have sports and basketball, but no one ever comes to say, he, i'm a pilot, you can fly a plane, join me, let's go up. >> here we go. >> ooh! incredible. >> fun, right? >> it was so cool. on top of the city. i love this plane.
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same emotions just like we do. >> reporter: elephants, part of africa's wildlife, pushed to the brink of extinction. african elephants are killed every day by poachers. lu put that number in perspective during a t.e.d. talk. >> that's one elephant every 15 minutes. >> reporter: one major reason she created her clothing store and built a social media following. she says 20% of funds from ivory tease go toward fostering an elephant in kenya through a wildlife trust, technology leading lu's effort. >> we're presenting a new generation. they wanted to give, they wanted to make an impact. >> reporter: parents jane and brian lu were there and the documentary on the elephant crisis sparked their daughter's interest. >> to see that spark her concern, "i've got to do something," not just think about but do something, that happened naturally with her.
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>> reporter: combining her motivation to do good with her love for fashion. angelina drew the logo and designed the clothes. >> it's how to make a difference in the world. >> reporter: amanda del castillo in san jose, abc 7 news. the special shoes that steph curry made after a napa girl wrote him a letter are now sold out online. the under armour women's icon curry 6 united we win shoes came out on friday on international women's day. last year 9-year-old riley morrison wrote curry a letter asking why his shoes weren't offered in the girls section. curry presented riley with a pair of shoes on thursday. and she went to the warriors game on friday night. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," a woman caught in the giant clause of this big cat in an arizona zoo. also 29 people injured after a flight to new york hit some
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>> announcer: this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning, everyone, i'm chris nguyen. we're off to a cool start for most of the east bay. frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. live doppler 7 shows the loop over the past couple of hours. you can see how things are winding down. it's not quite over. they'll pick up again this afternoon and evening. we're seeing heavier rainfall around highway 1 in pescadero, the pink and white. on abc 7's exclusive storm impact scale, it's light, a 1. some areas may not get rain the rest of the day. a pretty view towards golden gate bridge, the low clouds. some isolated showers through the next few hours becoming
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spotty by lunchtime. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. possible thunderstorms this afternoon. we'll finally start drying out this evening. we have a chilly start tomorrow. a long stretch of dry weather is on the way, and a big warm-up as well, chris. >> frances, thank you. developing news, singer r. kelly is out of jail this morning after spending a few nights in jail for the second straight weekend. abc news reporter erielle reshef explains what the embattled r&b star is saying after his release. >> reporter: r. kelly stepping out of jail three days after a judge ordered him locked up until he could pay eight months of back child support. >> i promise you, we're going to straighten all this stuff out. that's all i can say right now. >> reporter: more than $160,000 posted saturday on his behalf. kelly briefly facing reporters alongside his attorney. >> it's open season on r. kelly. everybody is now coming forward. look, there's no money for these people. >> reporter: it's the latest legal tumult for the embattled
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singer, recently charged with ten counts of sexual misconduct and aggravated sexual abuse. >> reporter: anything you want to say about the allegations? >> reporter: kelly pleading not guilty, out on $1 million bond. >> if they have the evidence, show it to me and we will address it in court. >> reporter: but now new fallout from this fiery cbs news interview. >> i'm fighting for my [ bleep ] life! you're killing me with this [ bleep ]! >> reporter: another woman coming forward after seeing the spectacle, saying she's willing to testify about how kelly allegedly assaulted her when she was just 13, writing in a statement, "he needs to tell the truth and he needs to stop playing the victim. he was the adult and i was the cild." among r. kelly's defenders, these two women who live with him. joycelyn savage and azriel clary, claiming their parents spread a false story to get money from the grammy winner. >> they said, i'm going to ruin you, i'm going to ruin him if he doesn't send $20,000 to this
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bank account by monday. >> reporter: allegations they fiercely deny. >> the dude is a monster. the things he do to these young ladies is not human. i mean, no man would do that. >> reporter: erielle reshef, abc news, new york. turbulence on a turkish airlines flight from istanbul to new york has injured 29 people. officials say the flight experienced the turbulence 45 minutes before safely landing at jfk international at 5:34 p.m. eastern time yesterday. most of the passengers were treated inside an airport terminal. emergency crews transported four passengers to the hospital. one suffered a broken leg. the others had bumps, bruises, and cuts. some terrifying moments at an arizona zoo. a woman got too close to a jaguar, suffering serious injuries. abc news reporter marci gonzalez has the details. >> reporter: this morning that woman screaming in pain after being attacked by a jaguar at an arizona zoo is recovering.
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zoo officials say the woman crossed over a barrier to take a selfie near the fence of this jaguar's enclosure as the zoo was about to close on saturday. the large cat reaching out, digging its clause into her arm. shocked witnesses and employees at the wildlife world zoo aquarium and safari park just outside of phoenix quickly rush to go help. the park director saying this is the second time this month the female jaguar has swiped at a visitor who crossed a barrier for a photo, stressing neither attack was the animal's fault. >> you observe the barrier. they're there for a reason. we try to keep everyone safe. >> reporter: this isn't the only close call recently. in january, a toddler stumbled and fell into a ryhino exhibit t a zoo in florida, surviving but suffering injuries. the woman in this latest scare, we're told she is in her 30s. she's being treated at the hospital for injuries that officials say are non-life-threatening.
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zoo officials say the jaguar is okay. marci gonzalez, abc news. there is concern about a reported spike in injuries in riders of shareable electric scooters. abc news reporter eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: it's a hot trend. >> wind blowing in my hair, cruising down the street. >> reporter: electric scooters popping up in cities all over the country. share services like lime and bird exploding, making these cost effective and environme environmentally friendly scooters easier to get. but with the growing popularity -- >> i don't think it was anything specifically we saw. it was an outbreak of scooter-related injuries. >> reporter: austin, texas has more than 10,000 scooters, according to taylor. but he says soon after the boom, medical providers and city officials started asking questions. >> they were seeing or hearing about scooter-related injuries. we had no idea how many were occurring a day or a week. >> reporter: with no current
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national database tracking scooter accidents, austin public health now plans to team up with the cdc to try to learn more. their recent first-of-its-kind study finding surprising trends, including that most scooter accidents didn't involve another vehicle. >> it's people riding it who may have a collision with a curb or a post or a pothole. >> reporter: in san tan toantoa this woman thrown to the ground after being hit by an electronic scooter. one dallas rider said her first ride took a turn for the worse. >> i was probably going a little fast. i hit the trolley exchanges face first over the scooter. >> reporter: other cities, like denver and los angeles, all struggling to deal with the growing trend, issuing temporary bans on the scooters in the past. many of those bans have since been lifted or overturned. in austin, the city planning to use the information from this
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new study to make new regulations. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. in san francisco, drivers might find their ride a little smoother on some of the city's major streets. this weekend the city is doing a pothole blitz, repairing as many streets as it can. we find this crew on gary boulevard and steiner. repairs are also planned on other heavily traveled streets  like 19th avenue and lombard. >> they've really been battered the last couple of weeks with the rains. water is definitely pavement's worst enemy. in there's a crack in the pavement and water gets in there, that's when potholes can form. >> new pavement is less likely to crack. still to come on "abc 7 mornings." >> reporter: wayne freedman in windsor. coming up next, a book about the north bay fires. and the man who wrote it. first, a live look outside from our camera down in santa cruz.
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happening today in san francisco, sunday streets kicks off its new season in the mission. valencia street between dubose and 26th will transform into a car-free space for everybody to enjoy. there will be pet adoptions, a climbing wall, interactive art projects and much more. this is the first of ten sunday streets this year. it runs from 11:00 until 4:00 this afternoon. frances, hopefully the rain holds off for the folks heading out there. >> yeah, definitely. we might get some showers throughout the day in san francisco so you'll want to have a jacket or raincoat ready. it looks like we'll get a decent break as well. in lake tahoe, a live view. we're expecting snow showers on and off throughout the day as well. you'll need chains on interstate 80 right now, so have that with you. a big drying and warming trend is heading our way. i'll let you know what to
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expect. >> looks beautiful up there, thanks, frances. also ahead, instead of trading away talent, raiders make a deal to pick up one of the most dynam and you realize great minds shop alike? yes. or when you find those name-brand shoes that everyone notices? oh, yeah! or when you get exactly what you need for your growing family? yes! that's yes for less.
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how long will our rain chances last? the full accuweather forecast with frances is just moments away. in sports, just eight more regular season games left for the warriors. the dubs host the suns tonight. the first 10,000 fans will receive a champion replica ring. tipoff at 5:30 p.m. this morning raiders fans are excited about the trade. abc 7 supports anchor mindi bach has details. the raiders traded away one of the league's top defensive players in last season but are lined up to bring in a top offensive player this season. antonio brown tweeted this picture of him in a raiders uniform and derek carr tweeted, brother, let's get to work. looks like the raiders will keep all of their first round draft picks as espn reports the raiders will send a third and fifth round pick to the steelers in return for brown and the
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raiders are reworking brown's contract to give him $50.125 million over the next three years with $30.125 million guaranteed. brown had no guaranteed money left with pittsburgh. this deal cannot become final until wednesday, the first day of the new season of nfl league. ten days ago the sharks trailed calgary for first in the pacific division by seven points entering saturday's matinee, against the blues, team teal could over take the flames for the division but the western conference. brett burns is celebrating his 34th birthday so the kids went to work with dad and made happy birthday signs. very well done, kids. st. louis up 1-0 in the first and joe thornton. ties for 14 all-time in points. with that assist, the game tied at 1. 30 seconds left in the period. couture, no look, behind the back pass to meyer again, with a great finish. forehand to backhand there, his 26th of the year. two seconds left.
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barkley goodrow stops the pass but goes to braydon and ties the game at two. game went to overtime. the blues pick up a point and kevin le bank got the points that mattered and that is your game winner. sharks take it 3-2 and are first in the pacific division and the western conference. >> only one point. we still got a lot of work to do but nice knowing that the top of the conference. >> it's just about playing hard every night and trying to put those points in our column and working twards the first place and keep improving. >> big for us to climb on top and got to keep going. you know, we got to play our game. there are a lot of games left. we've got to get some wins. klay thompson returned from a two-game hiatus. a game high 39 including nine three-pointers in a 17-point win over denver. thompson turned around a troubling trend. the warriors lost three of the last four games before friday and the players admitted they were not competing battling for
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the top spot and the warriors plan to keep the momentum going. against last-place phoenix today. >> having the right energy night in and night out, and it has to do with the course of four of five-year stretch but that's the mental challenge that's good for us to have and see how we can continue going to the playoffs. >> everybody in this league has talent and great players, so it's the habits and detail and any one of the other 29 teams you have to have that. tipoff between the warriors and suns at the oracle today at 5:30. we'll bring you highlights on abc 7 after the game, until then, have a great day. meteorologist frances dinglasan joins us now with the accuweather forecast. more rain today, but frances, you're tracking some changes on the way. >> definitely, we're even seeing a little bit of a lull right now in the rainfall. live doppler 7 showing us the
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past couple of hours, things are starting to wind down. we're still getting some rain through parts of the south bay. the rain will pick up again this afternoon and evening. we're getting heavier rainfall along highway 1 in pescadero. we even had little bits of snow. snow levels have dropped to 3,500 feet. you could see some dusting near mt. hamilton. a pretty shot from emeryville, low clouds that could produce a sure or so. temperatures are finally climbing into the 50s in some spots. lots of us still in the 40s. check out half moon bay, already at 52 degrees. this time we're looking from sutro at the golden gate bridge. so what happens is we're getting some of the blue skies as well as we warm up this afternoon. the warmer air rises, creates a little bit of instability. that's why we might get a chance of thunderstorms. so mostly in the 40s for santa rosa, petaluma, fairfield, napa already at 50 degrees. today's storm is ranked a level 1 on our storm impact scale. it is light. scattered to isolated showers
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throughout the day. less than a third of an inch expected. some areas, might not even get any more rain the rest of the day. then that chance, very slight chance of thunderstorms. the forecast animation has been updated. so you'll see in the next hour, we'll still see some pockets of showers. and then by about 1:00, it's looking like we're getting some more rain in san francisco and the peninsula and parts of the suth bay. the storm is sliding south along our coast, taking the chances south to southern california. tonight at 10:00 we'll be drying out with clearer skies overnight. check out the rainfall expected for the rest of the day. up to a third of an inch in some spots, redwood city, livermore. some areas in the north bay not getting any more. san francisco only expecting 5/100ths of an inch. san francisco, 55. oakland, 58. san jose, 59 degrees. it's going to be chilly overnight, especially in the north bay with clear skies. we lose a lot of heat, mid-30s
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through santa rosa and lakeport. lots of mow to mid-40s in the bay area. san francisco, 44. san jose, 40 degrees. now, i want to tell you about the big warm-up heading our way. here is an example of the highs in san jose. for today, we're expecting a high of 59. tomorrow, things warm up. on tuesday, we'll be breezy. we have a system moving to our north, giving us a glancing blow. but we don't expect any rainfall. high pressure billiuilds and we be warming up to 70 degrees in san jose as well as other bay area locations and inland areas. you'll see that here with the accuweather seven-day forecast. scattered showers today, temperatures in the mid- to upper 50s. sunshine returns tomorrow. we warm up a bit. breezy and dry on tuesday, so no rain expected. high pressure builds. lots of sunshine. milder weather. and then we will be well above average saturday, sunny and warmer. low 70s around the bay and
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inland areas. and at the coast, even the mid-60s. >> something to look forward to. >> yes, a nice break from all the rain we've gotten. >> all right, frances, thank you. nearly 17 months after the tubbs fire, a graphic novel is in stores, like a comic book but with little humor inside. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman has more. >> reporter: he spent 16 hours a day relooichg the most difficult reliving the most difficult experiences. he's brian fees, a graphic no l novelist living in a rented house after his house burned. the morning after the fire, brian began writing and drawing and telling his story. >> when you do a book like this, you really have to wallow in it a little bit, you have to stay in that space. you have to think about it,
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think "fire, fire, fire" for the better part of a year. >> reporter: it's called "a fire story." it's a universe of experience. >> it's a story about our fire and in a larger sense, how people react and respond to any sort of disaster. >> reporter: that first day, brian took still pictures for reference. some went into the book. on a good day he might finish one or two drawings. >> this is a drawing of my wife and i stumbling through the darkness of the house. >> reporter: moment after moment, the good and the bad. taking what happened and making sense of it. >> telling the story give us me a sense of control over it. in the world of the comic strip, i control that universe inside the page. >> reporter: "a fire story" finally reached bookshelves, the end of a 17-month creation. and just in time. >> our house is under construction. if we're lucky, we'll be done in a couple of months. >> reporter: that's the beginning of a new chapter, after the fire. in windsor, wayne freedman, abc
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7 news. next, jenny from the block has a new rock. the big annou (music throughout)
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here are the winning numbers from las vegas night's $414 million power ball drawing. 5, 6, 45, 55, 59, power ball number 14. nobody picked all six so wednesday night's jackpot is estimated at $448 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $25 million super
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lotto plus drawing, 6, 14, 19, 22, 39, the mega number 7. nobody picked all six in that drawing either so wednesday's jackpot goes up to $26 million. good luck! new this morning, j-rod are engaged. jennifer lopez and alex rodriguez took to instagram to share that photo of the massive diamond engagement ring. jlo captioned it with eight heart emojis. the couple has been dating since early 2017. this will be jlo's fourth marriage and a-rod's second. each has two children from previous marriages. i wonder how much that rock cost. >> $1 million! i don't know. >> you know what, your forecast is free, and it's going to be one that brings a smile to many people's faces for the upcoming week. >> yes, i hope so. live doppler 7 over the last couple of hours, the storm system is located off our coast. you can see the rain wrapping around in a counterclockwise rotation. it's going to slide south. as it does, it's going to bring
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the rain away. today's storm impact scale is ranked 1, light, scattered showers, less than a third of an inch. slight chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. 10:00, we'll see showers. it wraps around, 1:00 on the peninsula. in the south bay it just starts to move south past 10:00 p.m. it will start to dry out. highs today, we'll be on the cool side with scattered showers, mid- to upper 50s. but we can say bye-bye to the rain. sunshine returns on monday. breezy but dry on tuesday. then really warm, lots of sunshine, low 70s for us next weekend. >> all right, sounds good, frances, thank you. and thanks to you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings" i'm chris nguyen alongside frances dinglasan. nbc sunday showcase starts on abc at noon, with nba countdown. the pacers take on the 76ers at wells fargo center at 12:30.
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abc 7 news returns at 5:00 p.m. we'll leave you with a live look outside from our abc 7 exploratorium camera pointed at coit tower. thanks for joining us. make it a great day, everybody.
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