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>> announcer: good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." and good morning. it is sunday, march 24th. i'm kate larsen. we're having a little bit of a cloud start to the day and more changes are on the way. meteorologist lisa argen is here to tell us what we have to look forward to. hi there, lisa. >> hi, kate. still the weekend to enjoy. we're looking at live doppler 7 where there's some cloud cover in the north bay, also some fog. temperatures due to the clear sky overnight are chilly. we have our eyes on this system that will approach by your monday morning commute. there is sfo with the low clouds. 47 in san jose and half moon bay, 49 in the city. mt. tam, mid-40s in santa rosa. fog and petaluma at 42. 43 in livermore. here's the plan, with the partly cloudy skies today we'll be in the 50s, mid-50s throughout the
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bay through the next few hours. by noontime, low to mid-60s. should feel a little bit warmer today. then looking at a dry night tonight. we are looking at a front that is going to stall out in the north bay. i'll give you the details in a few minutes, kate. >> thank you, in vean ongoing issue at a refinery that's been emitting particularates for about a year. the public utility officer has issued an advisory. she's on the phone now, good morning, erma. >> good morning, kate, how are you? >> i'm good. we're all wondering what happened at the refinery to cause this problem. >> so we have been monitoring this particular issue for about a week now. and we have been constantly testing the particulates that have been emitted.
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this morning the tests have shown that there are particulates that could cause discomfort when breathed in, especially with people who have underlying respiratory conditions such as asthma. that's why we are releasing this advisory, just to let people know, with those conditions, to stay indoors and to avoid going outdoors and also even for healthy individuals, they should limit outdoor activity. we are in constant with the beneficia refinery and we're in constant contact with the public health department as well as the bay area air quality management district to make sure everyone is working together to address the current issue. there is no toxic or heavy metals that are harmful, at harmful levels, at this point. so all of this, we're just putting it out as a precaution.
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we have also notified the benicia unified school district and county services to make sure that they are aware of the situation. >> so, irma, it sounds like, because you're releasing this advisory, that it's somewhat serious, you are concerned, you want people to know. the advisory says this happened because of an ongoing incident at the refinery. can you explain what that means? >> at this point, right now we know that we have been monitoring the situation for about a week. and -- >> but was there a particular situation at the refinery, a few days ago this week, that caused the emissions? >> there were visible emissions from the refinery. and we have been monitoring it for about a week now. we are just this morning -- >> so -- >> -- the test that was done on the particulates, it showed that there is coke, which is a
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byproduct of the prefining process, made up of carbon particles. the particulates itself are not hey harmful level but it may cause discomfort and breathed in and people who have underlying respiratory problems could have discomfort. that's why we're asking everyone to stay indoors until the issue is resolved. >> i understand that people need to be careful, especially if they have respiratory issues. again i'll just ask you, what exactly happened? has the refinery told you if there was some sort of accident? you say there was an incident. i'm sure people are just wondering what happened and when it will be resolved. >> we are working closely with the valero benicia refinery. they are working to resolve it. and we just really want to stress that people should really stay indoors and limit their outdoor activity at this point.
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it's so important, we don't want people to develop any kind of respiratory issues because of this. also please, if you do have any respiratory problem, please call 911 in the case of an emergency. >> okay, thank you so much for joining us this morning, irma. it sounds like irma and the city of benicia are still trying to figure out exactly what happened at the refinery. of course we'll try and figure that out as well and let you know on-air or online today. on the peninsula, firefighters in redwood city are looking into the cause of a fire that killed a woman. flames broke out just after 10:00 last night inside a home . and officialsofhein e at area.e rtrdo but there is smoke damage in other parts of the home. a man was also injured in the fire but fortunately he's expected to be okay. developing news out of san francisco. one person is dead and at least three others are hurt after a
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shooting. it happened last night around 8:45 near the intersection of fillmore and eddie streets in the fillmore district. police say three people were taken to the hospital. one of those victims has life-threatening injuries. one person died at the scene. police say the investigation is still in the early stages and they have not given specifics about what led up to the shooting or any details about the suspects. check this out, we did send this alert with our abc 7 news app when news of the shooting first broke out. we'll continue to send alerts with any new developments on the story. just download the abc 7 news app and enable notifications. a stanford student died in spain while hiking with other students who were all studying in europe. the university says the group lost sight of misha nee on friday afternoon. authorities started searching the area later that day but they didn't find him until they resumed their searchyesterday. nee apparently fell in difficult, rocky terrain.
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he was a junior majoring in computer science and he was 20 years old. b.a.r.t. officials say commuters are safe despite an incident on a richmond-bound train. they do need your help to catch the suspect. here is abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard. >> it's become very scary and dangerous, i feel. >> reporter: riders unthey needed -- unnerved after a stabbing on b.a.r.t. this man got into a fight with another rider and then pulled a knife. >> they rode together for several stations. there was some type of verbal exchange which escalated into the fight. >> reporter: police say it led to a victim being stabbed in the neck and face as the train was approaching the oakland fruitvale station. a camera inside the train caught the suspect moments after the stabbing.
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it's not the news riders want to hear. >> it's just gross. it's always gross. it's always been gross. >> reporter: last year an 18-year-old woman was stabbed to death on the macarthur b.a.r.t. platform. a judge will rule on the suspect's competency for trial next month. a few months ago mary says she saw a man pull a knife on somebody on the train. nobody was hurt. >> what do you do other than grab your purse and put it in front of you in case it's you he comes after? >> they need more security. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. is working to hire more security officers. >> we're doing the best we can. >> reporter: meantime, the search for the suspect goes on. we're told the stabbing victim is expected to recover. anyone with information about the crime is asked to call b.a.r.t. police. in oakland, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. developing news, the u.s.
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attorney general could release details of the special counsel's report on the russia investigation as soon as today. but democrats are saying this summary is not going to be enough. they're demanding unclassified briefings so they can discuss the findings publicly. here is abc news white house correspondent tara palmieri. >> reporter: all of washington is anxiously waiting for attorney general william barr. >> the most important thing is to get this report out there publicly. 90% of americans say they want to see this report. >> reporter: on friday special counsel robert mueller handed over the results of his 22-month investigation into possible campaign collusion between the trump campaign and russia and obstruction of justice. since then, barr and his team at the justice department determining what findings they can share with congress as early as this weekend. >> let it come out. let people see it. >> reporter: the $25 million investigation leading to 37 indictments including some of the president's closest associates. lawmakers on both sides of the
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aisle already demanding to see the full report and the underlying evidence. democrats threatening to use their subpoena power to get it. >> congress is going to need the underlying evidence because some of that evidence may go to the compromise of the president or people around him that poses a real threat to our national security and we need to know it if that's the case. >> reporter: but some republicans are saying it's time to move on. congressman mark meadows even tweeting, the mueller report suggests no more indictments are coming from the special counsel. if that's true, it would mean we just completed two years of investigating russian collusion without one collusion-related indictment. with no new indictments, president trump spending a relaxing weekend at his palm beach resort where he went golfing with kid rock. sources say trump is glad the investigation is over even though the white house has yet to see the results. in the past year trump claimed there was no collusion 231 times. according to "the washington
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post" he frequently bashed the special counsel. but in the 24 hours following the report's release, he was uncharacteriu uncharacteristically silent. tara palmieri, abc news. get ready to feel the "bern." yes, he's back. presidential candidate and senator bernie sanders will be at great meadow mark at ft. mason. the doors open at 11:00. you may want to get there early because entrance is first come, first served. this is the senator's first time trip to the second since announcing his second white house run. happening now, thousands of athletes are competing in the tenth annual oakland running festival. this year's festival includes several events including a half marathon and full marathon. runners in the marathon face an extra challenge this year. they will race across the eastern span of the bay bridge. there are a lot of street closures during today's event. that includes grand avenue along with many streets near the start
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and finish lines. the full marathon started about an hour or two ago at 7:00, but keep in mind that this will impact traffic into the afternoon. lisa, the good news for runners out there, it's kind of perfect running weather. >> i wouldn't know, but that's what they say. >> i wouldn't either. 51 with some sun and a few clouds out there in oakland. look who's here, we have some furry friends. we'll talk about that, i imagine. >> yes. >> and the weather. >> thanks, lisa. we are going to talk about that, doggie drama, you'll hear about that next. and the college admissions scandal and why usc could potentially take away degrees from people who already graduated.
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a serious potential consequence in the wake of the college admissions scandal. usc is considering revoking the degrees of several graduates. there are eight suspicious cases all involving the scam ringleader, rick singer. one university official says the university should take away the degree of anyone who was admitted through fraud. >> if they don't do it, they undermine the integrity of any degree they award to anyone else. if you're there by fraud, what right have you really to be there at all? >> so far, though, no students
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have been charged in the scandal. several bay area cities and towns are known for being do dog-friendly. bu se d owns are ed. a special commission decided to ban dogs from a specific field limiting its use only to soccer and lacrosse players. abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more. >> reporter: this sign is causing an uproar. >> it's very frustrating to see that dogs are not welcome on that field. >> it's terrible because we pay for part of it. why can't we use it? >> reporter: the $2 million field opened march 8th. you can see from the photo, the signs and fencing were ignored and dogs still frolicked on the field. the reason it's off limits to dogs, the city is trying to protect its investment. >> dogs dig and go to the bathroom. if either happens, the field is relatively shallow and it could cause pretty major damage to the
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field. >> reporter: only soccer and lacrosse teams can play on the grass by paying a rental fee that's double the old amount. it's also the only local field large enough to hold multiple teams at once. >> it's so beautiful. it would be a shame to see it undermined by, you know, an unfortunate dog incident. >> reporter: to be clear, right now the field is the only public field in all of tiburon to be offlimits to dogs. in fact just a few feet away, dogs roam freely in nearby blackie's pasture. >> there's definitely a sense of entitlement, people want to run around and have fun with their dogs, which is fine, there's so much other space for people to run around. >> reporter: still, this field is in high demand. >> well behaved dogs, well behaved soccer players, well behaved people, should all have the ability to go on it. >> reporter: the city council will make a final decision on the dog ban later this spring. in tiburon, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news.
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the power ball jackpot is now at $750 million. that's because no ticket matched all six numbers last night. the estimated lump sum payout would be $465 million before taxes. sounds good to me. wednesday night's drawing is shaping up to be the fourth largest jackpot in u.s. history. here's another look at last night's numbers. maybe you won a few bucks to buy a new ticket. we've got 24, 25, 52, 60, 66, and power ball number 5. nobody has won since the day after christmas. so i would say, about time. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking our forecast. any lucky signs in our seven-day, lisa? >> well, we're certainly not going to be worried about water, because we have more rain on the way. and we're well above 100% in all bay area cities, just about. here is live doppler 7, tracking the clouds. are looking at a cold front that will impact your monday morning commute. not only in the north bay but i think you'll see some in the
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east bay. and whether or not this stalls out, it is supposed to stall out, how long it stalls out is the big question for how much rain you'll get in the north bay monday morning. a live look from our east bay hills camera, a nice vantage point. you can see some of the clouds here, 51 in oakland, 47 in san jose and morgan hill, 49 on the coast. from san francisco, coit tower, partly cloudy conditions. 44 in santa rosa, fog up to the north as well. we've had some over into the east bay. and 49 for you in concord. it is 43 in livermore. we're clear for most of the night, it was much, much colder. in fact it was 10 to 15 degrees colder from the peninsula to the south bay. now we're catching up a little bit, and it should be slightly warmer today. we had a pretty stiff west wind yesterday. 19 at truckee, tahoe valley airport 21 degrees. increasing clouds today. rainy and breezy tomorrow. a 1 on our storm impact scale.
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light to moderate rain, 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch. coastal hills could see in excess of an inch of rain. we're trying to narrow down where this is going to fall, the heaviest rain. and the forecast models are not doing a great job. 20 to 30-mile-per-hour winds. the rest of the day is dry. clouds increase. towards your early monday morning commute, the rain begins to slip out of the north bay into the east bay and south bay. but look what happens as we go to about 11:30, noontime. it's still hung up in the north bay. but we're finally seeing it press east. we're talking five or six hours of heavy rain in the north bay. so once again, sonoma county, santa rosa, perhaps even marin county, you'll see way more rain than the rest of the bay area. by the middle of the afternoon, we have it in the east bay and south bay. rainfall amounts, huge disparities from the north bay to the south bay. we've got the rain shadow effect. that front stalls. look at the 3/4 inch, maybe an inch, contrast that to
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1/10th and 2/10th's in the south bay and east bay. possibly 20 inches for the west slopes. and for the actual tahoe area we're talking tuesday through thursday, foot and a half, two feet already accumulating there. we're looking at a pretty active week. your break is tuesday. then by wednesday, here comes another round of rain. this could provide thunderstorms into thursday as the actual area of low pressure moves overhead. so a pretty dynamic week ahead. highs in the low to mid-60s today with the increasing clouds. and then over in oakland it should be a bit breezy with about 62 for the game. the accuweather seven-day forecast feels a little bit like winter even though it's spring. download the accuweather app and you'll keep track of those incoming storms. >> lisa, it's the ski season that keeps on giving. >> until the 4th, it looks like. >> very exciting. thank you. abc's new brand "local-ish" is sharing inspiring stories in
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a weekly digital series called "more in common." this week, the ancient japanese sport of sumo wrestling has made its way to america and these women are stepping into the ring. >> sometimes these guys are literally three times your size. >> 300 to 350 times. >> what makes you think you can beat them? >> oh, anyone can beat anyone. that's the great thing about this sport. >> janelle, you are a very unlikely sumo wrestler. >> that's what i hear. >> and sumo wrestling is not necessarily a sport that really welcomes women, right? >> traditionally throughout the history of sumo it's the men that compete. but internationally you'll see more and more women competing. >> it's not only for men. i've been fighting for it my whole life. when i started off wrestling as a young girl against boys, at first they didn't want to wrestle me because "i don't want to wrestle that girl." instead of crying about it, just
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reynold's kitchens™ hasfrustration for good.rap to celebrate, award winner jeff russo composed the world's shortest victory song. [sfx: victory song plays] yes! this is the good stuff™ welcome back. in the south bay, one man's backyard is a surefire sign this spring has sun. rich santoro, also known as the
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bulb guy, you ca see why, planted mor11,000 bulbs this year in his backyard. each year santoro invites the public to tour his beautiful foundation. he doesn't charge but encourages people to donate to st. jude's children's researc hospital. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," may day on the high seas. helicopters evacuated passengers from a luxury liner. new details on the effort to get more than a thousand people off the ship in trouble. and a flight attendant who was also a dreamer, detained after a flight to mexico for work. the high power support she's to simone, i leave the van gogh. to harrison, the wine collection. to craig, this rock. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud.
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i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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>> announcer: good morning south bay. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." it is just about 9:30 this sunday morning.
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we'll start this half hour with a look at weather with meteorologist lisa argen, who's tracking an interesting forecast. >> it certainly is, kate, getting into that last week in march. it will be active in terms of rainfall. right now looking at mt. tam, we can see low clouds and high clouds obscuring some of the sunshine around the bay. 50 in san francisco, 48 in mountain view, 47 in san jose and morgan hill. from our east bay hills camera, there is the fog. temperatures have been cool this morning due to the clearer start. 44 santa rosa, 43 in petaluma with some fog. those cool numbers translating into a mild afternoon despite cloud cover that will increase throughout the day. we'll track it for you. 2:00 this afternoon, low with partly to mostly cloudy skies. the rain, well, we've got a good deal of it to talk about and sort out for the week ahead,
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kate. >> thank you, lisa. developing news this morning, a norwegian cruise ship has safely reached shore after it was stranded at sea off norway's coast. passengers are sharing video of the chaos on board as an engine failure combined with really tough weather created a very dangerous situation. abc 7 news reporter erielle reshef has the latest. >> reporter: passengers of this viking sky cruise describing a harrowing scare at sea. what started as an idyllic sail into norwegian waters spiraling into mayhem on saturday. the ship experienced mechanical problems and hit bad weather. >> we had a huge wave hit us. and it blew off a door that i think was supposed to be watertight but did not hold. >> reporter: furniture sliding. parts of the ceiling crashing
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down. people in life vests stranded for hours. >> 4:30 a.m. we'rel waiting to get up on the helicopter to get out. >> reporter: the vessel drifting dangerously toward land, prompting fears it could run aground. at least five emergency helicopters and boats rushing the scene, battling high winds and waves to airlift and ferry people to dry land. >> very frightening. we went up on the helicopter with a sling, the two of us together. it was quite scary. >> reporter: the painstaking rescue operation lasting well into the night. this morning two cargo ships and one tugboat assisting the crews to shore. erielle reshef, abc 7 news, new york. today marks the 30th anniversary of the exxon valdez that ran aground on a reef in alaska. a gash in the hole, if you'll
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remember, spewed 11 million gallons of thick, toxic crude oil into the sea. the slick blackened 1,300 miles of shoreline and killed fish and sea birds. most of the wildlife recovered but the spill led to wide-ranging changes in the oil industry. a flight attendant came to this country as a child and became one of the so-called dreamers. >> reporter: this morning a sigh of relief. >> being held at a detention center without a valid reason. that was just really tough. it was an emotional roller coaster for us. >> reporter: a so-called dreamer, she came to the u.s. illegally when she was just 3 years old. now 28 and employed by mesa airlines, she says she was uneasy about working a flight from houston to mexico, although
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her daca status which allows her to live and work in the u.s. was valid until 2019. the trump administration ended daca for new applicants in 2017 and giving current recipients no guarantee of gaining reentry into the u.s. once leaving. >> you've had your choice and freedom, to have that taken away is unimaginable. >> reporter: her lawyer said the airline assured her the travel would be fine. but on her way back to the u.s. immigration officials allegedly pulled her aside and detained her for more than a month. >> i was processed for about 24 hours where i felt like i was treated by a criminal by doing what i thought was right because i was going to go ahead by my company. >> reporter: the online travel site the points guy reporting on her detainment on thursday, prompting immediate public outcry, even a tweet from hillary clinton encouraging followers to sign a petition calling for her freedom. the flight attendant was set for
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release the next day. >> honestly, i wouldn't wish for anyone to go to the detention center, not anyone. >> reporter: genet norman, abc news, new york. building peace and security on the korean peninsula is not easy but sports may be be be answered ne abc news went to south korea too see. >> it's symbolic, certainly aspirational. i think it kind of serves the justification for unification. >> how do the people in south korea see north korean leader kim jong-un? is he really the dictator as portrayed in the west? what about the influence of k-pop on the legacy of the games? we answer all of these questions and much more in "breaking the ice," a 30-minute special that
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will air tonight at 6:30 right here on abc 7 news. rising rents and housing prices are of course pushing many people out of the bay area including right here in san francisco. so in june, there's a movie that's hitting theaters with that story front and center. the trailer came out last week. and abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman went to the house featured in the film and knocked on the door. >> reporter: there's a famous bedtime story about an old wonderful house and how it stays pretty much the same as the city changes around it. that is not this house or this story. >> when i bought it, my father said, you're nuts. >> reporter: jim purchased the home in 1971. >> i paid $18,750 for it. >> reporter: and it's about to become a fictional symbol of this city's gentrification. >> i always come back to the old house. >> reporter: you're looking at the movie trailer that resonated almost as soon as it was released, a film called "the
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last black man in san francisco," but a native son trying to reclaim the victorian home his grandfather built but in a different economic climate. >> it's not your old house and it's not your neighborhood. >> you got any thoughts on that? >> actually no. i haven't seen it happening here. i don't consider myself a part of it. >> reporter: instead this house that jim leased to the filmmakers remains like an unbroken bubble compared with the rest of san francisco real estate. but it has weathered a lot of changes. when was this house built? >> 1889. >> reporter: it survived the quake? >> every one of them. >> reporter: instead of gentrification, jim wanted to talk about the history of this structure. >> it was called aunt sally's boarding house for the workers who came to san francisco to rebuild san francisco after the earthquake. >> reporter: jim has no intent to sell, not after 48 years of sweat equity and restoration. sure, he could make a big profit
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in these fast times. but he has an heir and a reverse mortgage. >> it's taking care of me now. >> reporter: one old house telling a new story about change that hasn't quite hit home yet at fictional ground zero. in san francisco, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," a new lesson on mindfulness that's being taught to kids right here in the bay area. and here is a live look from our roof camera. you can see we've got some clouds in the sky. still a nice morning to get out and about. and you might want to do it now because lisa argen is going to tell you about rain in our future. we'll have that coming up in a few minutes. ♪ we all care about amazing taste. that's why we've been making the best mayonnaise for over 100 years. best foods. we're on the side of food. seventh generation gets the laundry detergent from plants,
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mclaren park yesterday. abc 7 was there for the ribbon cutting. the park has room for nearly four times the number of gardeners. it features a new system to manage stormwater as well as a new gazebo, greenhouse, and more. it looks fantastic out there. and lisa, however you feel about all our rain, it's been a great year for growing. >> oh, it's been unbelievable. we had so many drought years that were welcoming the rain, good thing because there's more of it for the week ahead. kind of a hazy shot of our sutro tower camera this morning. 50 degrees in the city. it is 51 in oakland. nice recovery from our early 40s and low 40s. so we'll talk about the milder, cloudier sunday, wrapping up a dry weekend before we get through a wet workweek. also xt, wris e arena.
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oracle arena, tip off at 5:30 tonight. a terrible game to miss last night the dubs had one of their worst performances of the entire season. abc7's sports anchor mindi bach has the details in this morning's sports. >> stephan curry, shaun livingston and andrew bogut got the night off against the mavericks but that's not the reason the warriors suffered their worst loss of the season. dirk nowitzki started what is likely his final game at oracle. he has history here. that's the hole he put in the wall in 2007 after the warriors upset the warriors in the playoffs. he made better memories in this game, starting with connecting on his first four shots for ten points. warriors trailed by as many as 19 in jalen brunson, nice reverse and devin harris, watch him with the awkward three, and he beat the shot clock. that made it a 23-point game with three minutes in the second. kevin durant, decent line, 2-25.
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but in the fourth quarter, more dirk. he hit five threes on his way to 21 points. mavericks put up 21 threes on the night. warriors just 4-30 from beyond the arc. draymond green had one. warriors lose big by 35. it's their second-worse loss in the steve kerr era. and sixth home loss by 20 or more this season. >> we just kind of flushed this one down the toilet and move on to tomorrow. not much else to do. >> i don't know. i just got punched. >> i really think it is us missing shots. it's not something i can pinpoint for everybody. i'm confident we'll start knocking them down here. >> these late-season games for teams like dallas out of the playoffs, it's a free swing, no pressure. we talked about that before the game. >> stanford has been so good for so long, the cardinals never have to go far to start the ncaa tournament.
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maple pavilion hosted postseason game 71 as a two-seed played uc-davis in the first rod. mne points. kianna williams, she had 16 at half. anna wilson with one of the cardinals' ten threes. you might know her brother, seahawks quarterback russell wilson, yep, there he is. 49-24 stanford at the half and the cardinals kept up the pressure in the third quarter. alana smith with 2-21. maya dobson, surrounded by three defenders, gives it to go and gets the foul. cal and wake texas are facing each other for the first time in 20 years. after the first quarter they worked their way back. kianna smith to jaylen brown, who drains the triple.
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cal had 11 threes in this one. trailed by three at the half. third quarter, c.j. west lays it of the game. thomas, who led the bears with 19 at the corner, that putup ca 3.8 left in the third. off the inbounds pass, brown the running throw to beat the buzzer. she finished with 16. another double-double, a monster. 18 points, 22 rebounds. cal wins and will face top-seeded baylor next. first pitch for the bay bridge exhibition series at the coliseum today at 1:07. derrick brooks will start for the a's and we will have the highlights tonight at 5:00. until then, have a great day. >> all right, thank you, mindi. now we're going to switch over to the lovely lisa argen who has a look at our bay area forecast. lisa? >> all right, kate, thanks. we certainly had some sun and
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we'll have sun mixed with clouds. the view from mt. tam, you can see low clouds there. fog has been an issue for some of you. certainly not as sunny today as yesterday. we'll back off on some of that wind and i think temperatures will be a little bit warmer. we'll bring in our storm impact scale for tomorrow. it's a one. the focus will be in the north bay to get going for much of the morning. we're looking at 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch for this system. this is going t stall out in the north bay. we could see the coastal hills pick up over an inch. breezy winds, 30 to 40 miles per hour. we'll be watching that for you because there is more behind that system that the entire bay area will have and we'll be getting wet in between systems. a few breaks now and again. santa cruz in the 40s. a chilly start with mid- and upper 50s today at the coast. live doppler 7, the clouds have been filling in, mid- and high level clouds. we widen the perspective and there's the front, a pretty vigorous one for this time of year. the front will go through on monday. then a bit of a break.
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then the actual low with the unstable air come wednesday and thursday. so that means possibility of thunderstorms as we look from our sutro tower camera. a bit hazy, temperatures ranging from the upper 40s in san jose, 48 in morgan hill. 50 in san francisco, 52 in half moon bay. the golden gate bridge, partly to mostly cloudy throughout the latter half of the afternoon, 44 santa rosa, 52 vacaville with 43 in livermore. certainly chillier this morning, five to seven degrees colder here, 12 degrees cooler from the peninsula. by the afternoon it will be a mild one. and we'll look for temperatures to be in that range, low to mid-60s where we should be for late march. increasing clouds, rainy and breezy tomorrow. a couple of systems after the monday system. so looking at a percentage of normal, santa rosa 129%. everyone over 100%. san francisco, 112% of normal. you can see mountain view and san jose, 107%. more is to come. and some of you are going to get a little bit too much, perhaps
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up in sonoma county, as we get into heavier rain into monday morning. so check it n from cloverdale, santa rosa, in through marin. this is 5:30, 6:00. it begins to shift to the south and east by noontime. so it's a rainy afternoon for everyone else. we've already had several hours of rain up here. and then by the evening hours it's a break. it's a break into your tuesday. but amounts significantly different from the south bay and east bay to the north bay, where we're up to 3/4 inch. in the mountains it's more snow, up to 12 inches for the west slopes. then the sierra nevada here, around lake tahoe, one to three feet. this is through thursday, though. and into wednesday, totals are up to a foot here. so looking at some hefty totals. here's our break on tuesday. wednesday, here comes the next system, this is the one that brings the low, the unstable air, the possibility of thunderstorms right on through thursday. so it's going to be an interesting week. so we'll look for the partly to mostly cloudy skies today, low
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to mid-60s. the rain arrives in time for that commute. the accuweather seven-day forecast, dry day today, enjoy it. then download our accuweather app. monday through thursday, not total washouts but it's a good idea if you can track live doppler 7, that will help you. >> thank you so much for that update, lisa, appreciate it. lisa and i are paying attention to this story because experts say practicing mindfulness helps when you're feeling overwhelmed. in fact it's so effective that 11 public elementary schools in san francisco are making mindfulness a part of their daily routine. abc 7 news reporter lyanne melendez got an important lesson from a group of kindergarten. >> coyote breathing, puppy mind breathing. >> when we breathe, it makes my body calm. >> to be strong and be calm and respectful and be responsible.
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>> and it also helps you get your puppy mind asleep. >> reporter: they call it mindfulness. when you're 6 years old, it's all about keeping your distracted puppy mind focused. this is one of the 11 schools in the district that teaches mindfulness. the kids are rewarded with a puppy print. >> the practice of using our breath to help us focus our minds and our bodies so that we can make better choices. >> reporter: their teacher says mindfulness has been a game changer. >> when they're fighting or they get stressed out at recess, they really turn to breathing to help them calm down. >> i think i was very good today, can i have one of those little -- >> yes, oh, my gosh, absolutely. >> i'm going to get a puppy sticker. thank you. >> that's what focus time is all
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about. >> breathing. [ bell ringing ] >> reporter: lyanne medical endid he say, abc 7 news. >> an important lesson for all. the anticipation is growing, of course, for the opening of "star wars:
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a disneyland hotel the night before the star wars galaxy's edge expansion opens, you're out of luck. all three hotel are sold out until may 30th. galaxy's edge opens the next day on the 31st. the ride features content from the "star wars" trilogy. some good news, rooms are still available for the night of the opening at paradise pier. you can also stay at the disneyland hotel and the grand californian. disney of course is the parent company of abc 7. we've got lisa for a final check of our accuweather forecast. >> today will be dry, clouds out there. filtered sun, partly sunny conditions, increasing clouds. low 60s in vallejo. 66 in san jose. that's a few degrees warmer than
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yesterday. the accuweather seven-day forecast, rain begins early, stays there, spreads south and east throughout the day. a bit of a break on tuesday as leftover showers and our next system is wednesday which will bring more rain, the possibility of thunderstorms through thursday. notice the end of the week looking dry. we'll try to keep it that way. >> i think i'm going to need to buy another umbrella, i've already gone through two this year. >> good week to do it. >> thanks so much, lisa. thank you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings" abc 7 news continues at 5:00. have a fantastic sunday.
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