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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. we begin with president obama arriving in the bay area about an hour and a half ago. abc 7 news was at the airfield as air force one touched down. good evening. thank you for joining us. >> the president is here to raise money for the democrats so there will be no public appearances during his 18-hour day. >> the president immediately left for a hotel in the south bay where he is spending the night. tomorrow, he has two events. a fundraiser for the democratic
senatorial committee in palo alto and another fundraiser for the democratic national committee which will take place at the home of steve wexly. >> that event will include some 450 supporters who have contributed up to roughly $25,000 to be there. the president is scheduled to leave here tomorrow for los angeles at 2:15 in the afternoon. abc 7 news reporter lilian kim will have a live update over on channel 7. the visit comes one day after the new hampshire primary. there were major developments today. chris christie and carly fiorina bowed out toy. the other candidates shifted focus to south carolina. >> he's our next president, donald trump! >> reporter: donald trump fresh off his huge win in new hampe, stressing a win in south carolina is paramount. >> if we win here after winning so big in new hampshire, all of these characters are going to give it up. we're going to run the table.
and we will make america great again. that i can tell you. >> reporter: but challengers are not backing down. iowa winner senator ted cruz already running attack ads. >> i got this trump action figure. >> no way. it's huge! >> what does he do? >> he pretends to be a republican. [ laughter ] >> reporter: and john kasich putting his rivals on notice. >> don't mess with me, okay? so i'm not going to be a pin cushion or a marshmallow. >> reporter: mean while, on the democratic side -- following his big win in new hampshire, bernie sanders feeling the love on "the view" telling the ladies he's all in. >> the message that we're bringing forth, that this country is supposed to be a nation of. >> hillary clinton also in new york after reassuring her supporters in new hampshire she is a fighter.
>> and we've learned it's not whether you get knocked down that matters. it's whether you get back up! >> reporter: and according to the latest polls, clinton and trump are heading into south carolina as the front-runners with double digit leads. abc news, new york. >> clinton will be in atherton the 21st as an event being billed with a conference with leaders. the police chief is presented his proposal to arm police officers with tasers. but the police association unexpectedly introduced its own proposal. this issue has resurfaced following the deadly shooting of mario woods by police. it happened in december in the bay view neighborhood and was recorded by cell phone cameras. abc 7 news reporter has more. >> reporter: only a few people attended this evening's police
commission hearing as the chief was ready to make a push for tasers. but the surprise was the police union regarding a proposal for its unions. not even the chief anticipated this this morning. the first condition is to arm every officer with tasers as soon as possible. >> we want the officers to be trained first in crisis intervention, and all the radio cars out in field to have an automatic external defibrillator available. >> reporter: on the other hand, it's believed that the police department is proposing to train a few officers at a time. obviously, arming them all at the same time will cost the city a lot of money. >> it will take a lot of training in a short period of time, and money, but it needs to be done more. >> reporter: the training would mean doing it on their off time, or doing overtime. following mario woods' shooting, the mayor and the police chief are once again asking that the
police officers be allowed to carry tasers. many are saying that when an officer is threatened, taser or no taser, police are always trained to use their guns. >> it's enough for police to be able to say their lives were in danger. as i say, their training is to use guns in such a situation, not tasers. >> reporter: the police commission is not expected to vote tonight. in san francisco, abc 7 news. health officials today confirmed a case of zika virus in northern california. the patient has a mild case and is recovering at home. the patient recently travelled to an affected country. >> came down with some of the signs and symptoms, a fever, a rash, after traveling to one of those countries. and decided to seek medical help at that time. and that's when it was discovered. >> earlier today, the head of the centers for disease control told a congressional committee that scientists have found the strongest evidence to date linking zika to the birth defect
microcephaly. >> right now, the most important thing for americans to know is this. if you're pregnant, we recommend you not go to a place where zika is spreading. and if you're pregnant and you live in an area where zika is spreading, do everything you can to protect yourself against the mosquito bites. >> the number of confirmed zika cases in the u.s. now stands at 66. all cases were travel related, except for one. the cdc is working to get more information about the virus, which is spread by mosquitoes. san francisco police tonight are looking for a group of thieves who stole more than $10,000 worth of merchandise from the ferragamo store just before closing last night. melanie woodrow is on the story. >> reporter: there is no broken glass or signs of forced entry outside of ferragamo. brazen thieves walked into the luxury store tuesday night around 6:30, grabbing more than
$10,000 worth of merchandise before taking off. >> in this particular case, they did use force to stop one of the employees who was trying to do the right thing and prevent them from leaving. >> reporter: the way these thieves operate is similar to others targeting high-end stores recently. >> it's the style, which is go into a department store when they're open, grab all the high ticket items that are in the vicinity, and run out. >> $10,000 for me would be like half of my store. >> reporter: christina battle owns top shelf style nearby. >> there's definitely people that pass through looking for opportunities. >> unfortunately these crimes occur so quickly, by the time it goes to dispatch, and dispatch sends it to us, they are already long gone. >> reporter: investigators say the thieves are between 18 and 25 years old and may have left the area in a silver suv. there is surveillance video, but sfpd isn't sharing it yet. >> we want to do our due
diligence to see if we can identify who the criminals are. >> investigators say if possible whoever is responsible for this most recent high-end crime is also responsible for others. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. organizers of friday's mavericks big wave surf contest are hoping it's not a bad omen. a big wave contest scheduled for today on oahu's north shore had to be anticipated when the estimated 40-60 foot swell did not show up. that same swell is the one that mavericks organizers are counting on for fridayee event. drew? >> let's talk about our wave conditions over the next 48 hours. a high surf advisory will go into effect tomorrow at noon and last through saturday at 8:00 in the evening. current wave heights in san francisco, 4 1/2 feet. we are expecting swells from 11 to 13 feet over the next 24 hours. so what does that mean for the mavericks invitational?
pillar point. the weather not really an issue. temperatures in the mid 50s to lower 60s. but of importance, we're expecting breakers as high as 25 to potentially 35 feet. so that would be great news for all of the surfers. in the water, it will be active, but over land we're tracking a warm-up before the next chance of rain falling down. all of the full details in just a few minutes. >> thank you, drew. well, women could hit the surf for mavericks as early as next year. california coastal commission voted in november to require contest organizers to create a plan to include women in future events. that's now one of the conditions mavericks organizers must satisfy in order to be granted a permit. a final plan to fully removed the old bay bridge could be finalized tomorrow. today, caltrans announced it would ask the oversight committee to approve its $140 million demolition plan.
including pier implosions in october and smaller implosions in 2017 and 2018. engineers will repeat last year's process of lowering sections of the bridge onto waiting barges. a lot more ahead for you on this wednesday night. a hit-and-run rampage turns into a path of destruction. how it was finally stopped. ahs tonight, the female tiger killed by her would-be mate. what zoo workers did. what's below the water that's creating
police in the east bay are still looking for the gun they say was waved by a man who plowed his car into dozens of others. this is video of his arrest. police say he was involved in a bizarre hour-long chase that began near east 23rd street and coolidge in oakland and finally ended on hurst avenue in berkeley. here's laura anthony. >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out the motivation of this man, a 37-year-old from berkeley who investigators say went on an hour-long rampage, smashing into dozens of cars, including police vehicles. >> several dozen. we're talking about several dozen scenes. this is a mass scene. he was driving at very high
speeds, extremely erratic. at some points going the wrong direction on the roadway. >> there was a car that was weaving in and out of traffic, coming down coolidge. and proceeded to not only sideswipe her car but the car in front of her. >> reporter: it started just after 8:15 when the suspect hit several cars in east oakland and then drove to west oakland, with police and chp in pursuit. a mitsubishi hit this brand-new car. did he flash a gun at you? >> no. he shot past me. when he hit me, he got a flat tire. you could hear the thud of the tire. >> reporter: the suspect abandoned his car and ran into the neighborhood. >> i'm glad that the police didn't use lethal force on him, because i heard they hit him with bean bag rounds to calm him and get his cooperation.
>> reporter: police brought witnesses out to identify the handcuffed suspect who police have yet to identify. a tiger at the sacramento zoo was killed this morning after a fight with a newly acquired tiger. 15-year-old female tiger baha died from her injuries when the zoo introduced a new male tiger named mo han. officials immediately tried to separate the two tigers. >> the aggression started very quickly, and my team tried to separate the two cats. when the male was safely closed indoors, my team rushed in to assist baha and moved her immediately to our veterinary hospital here on grounds, where efforts to resuscitate her were not successful. >> awful. baha had been at the zoo since 2002. she was the mother of five cubs. mohan was acquired in december. the two tigers were kept apart when mohan arrive but were able
to see each other. today was the first time they shared the living space. people who want to protect salmon fishing are reviewing dianne feinstein's latest law. some are saying it would harm salmon and the well-being of salmon fishermen. despite the el nina, we are still in a drought. abc 7 news reporterayne friedman has the story. >> reporter: morin county has a reputation for big, expensive homes and wealth. but in a drought year, there's a different definition of that wealth. not money, but liquid gold thanks to the watershed. >> the verdict is still out. >> reporter: she manages that water shed for the morin municipal water district, which
as of today reports 98% capacity in its seven reservoirs. that's a rosy picture compared with the rest of california. >> if the rest of california was at 98%, would he still be in a state of drought? >> no. >> reporter: so this is a unique county? >> yesment. >> reporter: so unique, they have a third layer of wealths. that is gregory andrew as he spotted and counted the best showing in a decade of this fish, due in part to storms that arrived early allowing them to swim way upstream in december. for fish, this has been a perfect el nino. >> reporter: i have always said that the salmon populations sta. and i am not changing that. >> reporter: a tenuous population, having a good year. wayne friedman, abc 7 news. haven't had any rain, though. >> no, we have not. >> so let's talk about the
gorgeous weather. we hope to get some more rain soon. >> the next seven-day is a roller coaster. we are seeing a bit of a light at the end of the tunnel. we'll talk about that chance of rain in a second. line doppler right now, it's quiet. as it has been for the past week or so. it will continue to do so overnight tonight. high clouds filling in thanks to a system offshore. it's quiet as can be over san francisco. right now, look at this. 63. oakland 58. at 59 in mountainview. san jose mild at 61. 58 in morgan hill. live look from emeryville, a quiet but still continues to be mild. 66 in santa rose a. 52 in napa. concord, 56. and livermore 52 degrees. the tower camera is showing we're just seeing good visibility and quiet conditions. the forecast will call for a little bit of a cooldown the next couple of days. and then we ramp right back up
just in time for valentine's day on sunday and the holiday on monday as well. we could see some cities well into the 70s early next week. and that warmer pattern kind of hangs around until tuesday before we track our next chance of rain. so the live doppler, along with the satellite, there's a big area of high pressure across much of the western half of the country. it continues to bring quiet conditions and warm temperatures. just off the coast, there's a storm system hitting this kind of shield in the atmosphere. it won't bring us any rain unfortunately but will spill high clouds into the bay area. overnight into early tomorrow morning, we're dry. high clouds throughout the day. and right along the coast, we may see some low clouds, and that could bring some visibility down to less than a mile especially tomorrow night. but tonight, it's mainly clear skies. not bad. 52 in san francisco overnight. 48 in san jose. concord dropping to about 46 degrees. so a rather warm night for this time of year. highs for thursday above average across the board. 70 in oakland, 71 in san jose.
a veil of high clouds overnight. 67 in san francisco. 71 in napa. and 70 in santa rosa. of course, we have the pebble beach golf tournament happening. it's a beautiful day for it. look at. this sunshine from start to finish. temperatures as comfortable as can be. a very light wind. by 2:00, filtered sunshine. temperature right around 65 degrees. san francisco, 61 is your average high. take a bit of a dip into friday. but up we go on valentine's day and especially on monday. right around 73 degrees. but then notice that temperatures take a nose dive, especially on wednesday. and that coincides with the next chance of rain. future weather, i'm going to jump ahead the clock one week from tonight. this is wednesday next week. look at this. when you have a storm system coming through. and right now the models are in good agreement that we could likely see some good rain on wednesday. of course, we'll keep tracking it for you right here. the forecast shows you we have that filtered sunshine tomorrow. partly cloudy on friday.
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offered for around $35,000 before tax breaks. the company says the model 3 will have two choices, sedan and crossover suv. >> gas prices dropped 30 cents in the last month, and the prices may stay low. high inventories of gasoline and continued production are being given as reasons for the continued low prices, which haven't been this low since the great recession a few years ago. aaa says the average price of gas in the bay area is $2.42. a new fastrak transponder is necessary starting next month. solo drivers will have to pay up to $13. the new transponder has a switch to indicate how many people are in the vehicle. electronic checkpoints will read it and flashlights to officers waiting nearby. >> as you go through, it will give us a one, two, or three on the lights. if we see a one, we so that
you're set to one and you're okay. >> try to cheat, and you will be pulled over. a carpool violation will cost you more than $500. >> ouch. wow. another 30 minutes of abc 7 news at 9:00 is next. coming up, cruise ship passengers are back on dry land after getting rocked by hurricane force winds and huge waves. what the captain is saying. and the new warning from the faa about certain batteries. and dramatic video just released. what twitter said today that sent the stock
at port. >> it was forced to turn back after running into hurricane force winds and big waves. some passengers didn't think they would survive. >> the captain still trying to explain why he headed out to sea in the first place. >> reporter: it's a vacation to the bahamas many passengers are ready to forget. >> it was really rough. yeah. we were nervous. >> reporter: the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas has returned. the ship docked in new jersey after hurricane force winds sunday, over 100 miles per hour, and 30-foot waves forced the ship to turn back. >> i thought that the boat was going to tip over. you could hear the sheer ferocity of the winds. >> reporter: the ship's captain explaining in this video broadcast internally to all 145 state rooms he didn't realize the magnitude of the storm when the ship set out. >> the whole thing was not bigger than this. and it just exploded. >> it so intensified. >> passengers were ordered to stay inside their state rooms for eight hours.
>> you never can tell once you get out to sea, things happen, and you just have to survive it and ride it out. >> reporter: in a statement, royal caribbean tells abc news weather isn't great, so he slowed down his speed to smooth it out. but many passengers don't believe that the captain should have left the port in the first place. >> i resent the fact he put 6,000 people's lives at risk. >> reporter: no one was seriously hurt, and royal caribbean has apologized offering a full refund and then some. the cruise line says the ship's seaworthiness has not been affected. ferguson, missouri, will be sued. the announcement comes after the city council voted unanimously to revive the long negotiated settlement with the feds saying that the reforms would be too expensive for the cash-strapped city. the man convicted of assassinating senator robert kennedy will not be getting out of prison.
today a state parole board denied his bid for a 15th time. the rejection came despite a plea from one of the five people wounded the night kennedy was assassinated in los angeles in 1968. 91-year-old paul sclaid asked that he be set free, saying there was evidence of a second gunman. this is video of sirhan from his last parole hearing in 2011. he is serving a life sentence at a prison in san diego county. there's a new warning about lithium batteries on planes. the faa is now saying they could cause a, quote, catastrophic fire. and the agency is providing incredible new images to show exactly what they mean. >> reporter: this is the fa a's own test of what can happen in a shipment of lithium ion batteries ignites. it could lead to catastrophic aircraft loss, and current fire suppression systems cannot effectively control a fire.
they power our computers and tablets and can simultaneously overheat. think about the house fires and hoverboard fires that have started recently. two 747s have crashed, the publi packages of batteries they carry suspected of contributing. that's why the recommendation that is batteries are carried, they are separate from other flammable materials and the number of batteries be restricted. airline pilots want that the batteries be listed as hazardous. >> we cannot continue to lose these airplanes due to fires that are uncontained and will quickly bring an airplane down. >> reporter: some airlines do not ban the batteries, and the faa is urging them to study the risk of carrying this potentially dangerous cargo. san francisco-based twitter announced today its user growth
essentially ground to a halt. the news sent the company stock plunging as much as 13% in after-hours trading before rebounding. the company says its revenue was up 48% year over year, but it wasn't enough to satisfy investors. ceo jack dorsey is pledging now to turn things around by providing more streaming video, and, quote, resurrecting users who have become dormant. a berkeley based company just won the top prize and $1 million in the united arab emirates robotics for good competition. the company is called suex. this is a pediatric medical skeleton. it is steined to work with the patient instead of just moving their legs through a range of motion. they hope to develop suits to help children with cerebral palsy. a new app called instawork
abc 7 news was there as lion dancers entertained seniors with the plucking the green dance. this is when people feed oranges and lettuce to the dancers for wealth and good luck. >> when the pieces of lettuce fall on you, that wealth will be on you. so go out and buy a lottery ticket. >> yes. those performers are actually san francisco police officers. the department is the only one on the west coast with its own lion dance troupe. it's been around for 28 years. today the federal government redefined what it means to be a driver. the decision is especially important to this man, passenger one, a blind man who is the first person chosen to give google's self-driving car a test drive. jonathan bloom explains why. >> reporter: for steve mahan, traveling across town requires
planning. he lives two miles from the nearest bus stop. when his family is at work, he relies on the vt a's paratransit. >> i have to make arrangements the day before. >> reporter: that's why a ride he took three years ago was so magical. for the first time since he became blind, steve sat in the driver's seat, and that's about all he did. >> the vehicle was the driver. the car was the driver. >> reporter: but california rules say that autonomous cars still need a driver. >> reporter: th >> that means i could not go without someone driving me. >> there's no steering wheel. >> reporter: now in a letter to google, federal regulators made a clarification. where the law referris to a driver, that driver doesn't have to be a human.
it doesn't clear up other legal requirements. robotic cars still have to have mirrors. >> the rearview was unnecessary for me. the side mirrors were unnecessary for me. >> reporter: but that means people like steve could have more independence. >> i love this. >> reporter: he doesn't miss the pedals or steering wheels one bit. >> it's like riding with a fabulous driver. >> reporter: anyone will realize that the danger of the humans, personally, i can't wait for the robots to start driving. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> wow. up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, see how the same machine used to make cotton candy is being used to help save lives. in honor of black history month, we're using our bay area instagram feed to celebrate the people making a difference where you live. today we recognize the rosy the riveter museum in richmond. during world war ii, nontraditional factory workers, including african-american women, worked in the kaiser ship yards to build hundreds of ships
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vanderbilt university has come up with a way to create artificial organs using a cotton candy machine. the team discovered that the same process that makes the tasty treat also turns hydrogel into cap larrys. vanderbilt says it got the machine from target for $40. a 2015 wine harvest in napa and sonoma counties fell 29%
over last year. that's the word from the u.s. department of agriculture tonight. that represents a drop in more than 8 million cases of wine. the industry is blaming it on the weather. but they were quick to add that the lighter yield did not affect the quality. it is the smallest harvest since 2011, but they say still a good one. >> that is good. all right. well, we are having some nice weather. >> we are. drew tuma is tracking some potential changes down the road. >> quiet weather through the weekend. nice warmth for the holiday on sunday. and then rain by the end of the seven-day forecast. live doppler right now, just high clouds spilling in thanks to a system offshore. it's a quiet night on the way. it's rather quiet across much of the lower 48. watch a little bit of rain moving into seattle but otherwise really cold air begins to move into the great lakes. high of 29 in boston. 22 in chicago. 20 in minneapolis. that will come with some lake effect snow showers and portions of the great lakes for your thursday. zoom on in to california for
tomorrow. much warmer and brighter weather. look at this. 85 in l.a. tomorrow. today, they got close to 90 degrees. well above normal in southern california. 88 in palm springs. 72 the high in sacramento. 65 in yosemite. tahoe, mild at 67 degrees. tomorrow, a veil of high cirrus clouds overhead. 70 in oakland. 67 in san francisco. 71 in san jose. and 71 for napa. rain chances, look for the week ahead, it's rather dry through the weekend and the early part of next week. by tuesday and especially into wednesday, look at that rain chance really ramp up. that can be an indication of good pattern change heading our way with several storms on the horizon. the seven-day forecast, filtered sunshine for thursday. partly cloudy on friday. breezy on saturday. nice and bright for sunday and valentine's day. and really warm monday and tuesday before some wet weather moves in in one week. >> a box of chocolate might melt. >> exactly. >> thank you. super bowl host organizers
say 1.1 million people visited events held in san francisco, including super bowl city and the nfl experience. >> that was kind of the projection. that's 10% higher, in fact, than the 1 million visitors projected. gots roadside burgers did great business, as did pedicabdriver oscar moscow. >> so it's slower now? >> it's definitely back to the regular february, i would say. >> which is slow, right? >> slower time of year, right. >> but businesses that rely on regulars or are hard to find didn't do as well. and that includes some of the more popular spots. >> we had a lot of rushes, but it was harder to get into the building while it was blocked off. so i think it's busier now. >> today the city announced streets shut down around super bowl city will likely reopen tomorrow night instead of friday. a follow-up now on a story we first brought you last week on abc 7 news.
>> a man found a pair of super bowl tickets, and he turned his good fortune into a good deed. >> christian wong discovered the tickets left week at the super bowl experience in san francisco. somebody just left them. he called police and searched for the owner. >> when no one came forward, he posted a message on his facebook page said he'd give the tickets to someone who would give a scholarship to someone at the city academy where he works. >> a check for $8500. i'll give you these two super bowl tickets. within 20 minutes, they were gone. >> this was really a blessing that we could spend a fair bit of money but know that virtually all of it is going to a great cause. >> guy anthony and his wife bought the tickets. super bowl sunday was his 60th birthday, believe it or not, and that is certainly a birthday he will not forget. kind of a win-win for everybody except for the person that lost the tickets. >> i wonder what happened to those people. >> remains anonymous. >> he tried. he put it on the news, and no one came forward. >> at least it went to a good
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breaking news. human remains discovered near gilroy. >> we'll have an update on the news at 11:00. also at 11:00, someone is leaving hundreds of tacks at a bay area dog park. tonight, police say pets are not the only ones in danger. that and more on abc news at 11:00. this sports report brought to you by your local toyota dealer. >> now the warriors to talk about. >> and you'll be hitting the road soon. >> going with the all-stars. yes. to toronto. >> take a coat. >> a balmy 1 degree over the weekend. >> not two. 1. >> like they couldn't hold this in hawaii. >> right. >> that i would love. then there would be a hundred guys wanting to go to that. the warriors have reached the all-star break with the best record in nba history to this
point. 48 wins, four losses. count them. 48-4. coach steve kerr says it's satisfying, more shocking. the suns meanwhile are imploding as a team. first quarter tonight against the dubs, tyson chandler to separate these two. and then he turns back the clock. fouled by klay thompson. we need one of those are you kidding me plays from steph. let me just fade and fire high off the top of the backboard. and then a corner three. and 26 points, nine rebounds, nine assists in three quarters for steph curry. the step back here from 27 feet. and another from downtown. the lead is 16. they'll both be in the three-point shootout, by the way. klay thompson. excuse me while i hit the jumper. the lead is 22.
then curly neal hits barbosa doing a globetrotter routine. and kevin loonie comes into the game and makes his second nba bucket. you p warriors on an 11-game win streak. they go 25-5 the rest of the way, they will set the all-time nba record. and lebron welcoming kobe bryant to cleveland one more time. king james, 11 assists. d'angelo russell took it in a bad spot. and he must go down. and he must go down hard. lebron, 29 points. kobe had 17. these were the time two vintage post spin moves. more hugs. and the cavs win 120-111. we didn't know that larry the cable guy plays golf until today. actually, it's a sport that is slightly resembles golf. that's what he does. one of the many celebs getting ready for the pebble beach national pro am. round one tomorrow. and today, we were hanging out
with the stars. >> reporter: yesterday here at pebble beach, we had the 49ers and giants go at it. today, the celebrity shootout, and most not up to par. today's celebrity shootout has mass appeal to the fans. comedians, actors, musicians, all taking part with high level golf and options. >> welcome back mr. bill murray. >> reporter: bill murray is a fan favorite. but he is playing hurt today with a hand injury. >> well, it's an inherited thing. contract are you. the vikings gave it to the irish. and northern and european people get it. it basically closes up your hand so your fingers pull over and close over. >> you have to be the longest tenured celebrity in this event. why do you keep getting invited back? >> because i'm such a cool guy. >> besides that. >> i don't know why. i don't question it. >> reporter: larry the cabley
known for wearing camouflage told me it pays off on the golf course. >> the cool thing about full camo is when i shank one, when nobody's looking, i sneak in the woods, i kick it out. nobody knows what's going on. >> reporter: he also has issues playing in front of all of the cameras. >> the camera puts 10 strokes on you. you know? so there you go. what are you going to do? this is a five-cram shoot. >> reporter: the level of golf did not matter, and bill murray never gets tired of this event. >> there's going to be some bad golf here. you have to be alert. it's like, you know, there could be a piano coming out of an upper story window at any second. keep your eyes open. >> reporter: there were no winner on all five holes, so it came down to a $100,000 chip-off on 18. musician kenny g won it all with this shot. players, fans, and charity all enjoyed today's 3m celebrity shootout. the big story saturday, the jordan spieth bobblehead. larry beil will have more on that.
in pebble beach, abc 7 sports. >> larry beil has more on that right now. >> we're used to seeing bobbleheads in other sports but not in golf. 8,000 jordan spieth bobbleheads will be given away saturday at pebble. this looks more like peyton manning than jordan spieth. that's peyton manning right there. but this is all new territory. >> i don't know how but somehow i think it's even better looking than me. [ laughter ] >> no, no. i got too ugly of a face for a bobblehead doll. i'll be okay. >> with this head, there's nothing that could support a bobblehead of me. >> if his hair was longer, i think it would be nice actually. >> what does that mean? >> the first-ever bobblehead for jordan spieth. where are we going? >> there's nothing harder than signing a golf ball. the bobblehead is probably harder than a golf ball.
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