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one-. this is abc7 mornings. >> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, december 3rd. let's start way quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. a little rain fell last night. live doppler 7 shows activity moving into the sierra nevada in the form of some snow. there's a few showers up to the north. lake county looking at low snow levels. 32 degrees in south lake. yes, adding to snow there. back home, we're milder with the cloud cover moving out. we have a mild visibility in santa rosa. fox an issue in the north bay. temperatures anywhere from a degree to about 8 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. so 48 degrees in concord is milder. look at oakland at 509 as well as san jose. 51 in the city. temperatures today will struggle to make it to average readings.
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mid 50s by noontime. plenty of sunshine. numbers 5 degrees shy of average. with a clear sky, it's going to get chilly at night. winds to talk about in the hills all coming up in a few minutes. >> thank you. we have breaking news out of san leandro this morning. at least one person is dead after a crash on interstate 880 chp is investigating what led up to this accident. officials say a white dodge charger struck a pole just before 3:00 this morning. we are working to gather more details. keep watching abc7 news for updates. and another deadly crash, this one in sonoma county. the chp says a vehicle hit a pedestrian on highway 12 near warm springs road. this happened around 11:30 last night. no word if the driver stayed on scene. chp officials closed the highway to traffic for several hours overnight. all lanes reopened around 3:00 this morning.
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this morning, an east bay family deals with the unthinkable after that horrific accident around this time yesterday morning, actually about 5:15 yesterday at the bay bridge toll plaza. si si han worked as a toll booth collector for a decade. just minutes after she started her shift yesterday morning, a suspected drunk driver crashed into her booth. the state capitol has lowered its flag to half-staff in her honor. abc7 news reporter lisa emin ga leashian spoke with the victim's family and friends. >> she's very kind and generous woman. >> reporter: si si han was loved by so many. here she is with the two loves of her life, her husband and their 10-year-old daughter. i spoke with a close relative who didn't want to be identified. she shared these photos and her fears for the family. >> he's devastated. depressed. and then the daughter, how it's going to be -- he's going to have a difficult time.
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>> reporter: han stepped into booth 14 just ten minutes before police say daniel burke sped through the toll plaza in a box truck. cars were backed up in the lane waiting to pay. >> hit that very last car in line and kind of caused a chain reaction. that's how all five vehicle were were damaged and just continued and struck the booth. >> reporter: the booth with han inside was thrown several feet. burke who was ejected from his smashed truck was seriously phe's charged with dui and vehicular manslaughter. flags at the toll plaza are at half-staff and han's long-time co-workers and friends are in shock. >> we loved her here. she was like one of us. she always smiled and always asked about the family and asked about her daughter and her husband and her mother. so yeah, it's going to be -- it's hard right now. >> reporter: han moved to the u.s. from burma when she married her husband 15 years ago. she started working for cal
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trans as a toll worker a decade ago soon after giving birth to her daughter. >> i've known her forever. so it's hard. it's just a great loss. >> reporter: lisa emin ga leashian, abc7 news. >> our hearts go out to that fmily. let's take a live look now an the toll plaza from our bay bridge toll plaza camera. everything rolling right along. today was nothing like this yesterday. the track was heavy all day because of the lane closures. this is the look from sky 7 yesterday over the toll plaza. the jamup of the lane closures created mass confusion all day. the sea of cars stretched all the way from the approach through the macarthur maze, continuing on the east shore freeway. caltrans tells abc7 news that they had a lot of work to do. >> the toll booth itself was completely wiped out. the other toll booths were damaged but we should have the damage fixed by monday morning.
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>> caltrans does not expect the booth that was destroyed in this accident to be ready by tomorrow morning's commute. the abc7 news ap let people know about that fatal crash that shut down multiple lanes of the bay bridge toll plaza. you can enable push alerts from the abc7 news ap for instant notification prfz you know, it's been one year since a fire at an oakland warehouse known as the gostisbehere ship killed 36 people. that is the deadliest fire in that city's history. last night, the community came together to honor the victims. abc7 news reporter lonnie rivera has more on the emotional remembrance. >> reporter: a year has gone by but the heart ache for so many still feels fresh. community members read the names of the 36 victims who died in the gostisbeherish ship warehouse fire. mary vega wears her son's photo
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near her heart. he and his girlfriend were among the victims. >> it's very hard. >> reporter: 22-year-old alex vega and his girlfriend 20-year-old michaela gregory were in love and had been dating for five years. they came to the warehouse that night for a good time at a concert. >> they had new shirts just for this concert. and she started dancing in my hallway. >> reporter: this visit was a big step for vega. it's her first time at the site. >> it was just so hard just the idea. >> reporter: earlier in the day, others left notes and flowers. some just came to comfort one another. on the night of december 2nd, the fire ignited in the building used as an artists collective. the warehouse was hosting a concert, but the building did not have a permit for entertainment or residential use. later, investigators reported serious electrical problems inside. >> oakland needs to rise up, do better. we're trying to do that at the investment level with more inspectors. >> reporter: there are ongoing lawsuits filed on behalf of the
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victims' families against the building's owner, the city of oakland and property manager. >> something has to be changed. the laws have to be changed. they can't do concerts in a warehouse like that. >> reporter: still one year later, the community used art in many forms to remember the victims and promised to never forget them. in oakland, lonnie rivera, abc7 news. >> dozens of candles lined the edge of lake merritt in oakland last night honoring the lives lost in the ghost ship fire. 36 names and fires are illuminated in glass jars as part of a memorial to those who died inside the warehouse. up devin mcgill was the youngest of the victims. friends describe him as being a talented singer who belonged to a boy's choir. he attended a school of the arts in san francisco and was in the
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11th grade. mcgill lived in dublin. >> developing news in oakland, the u.s. postal inspect confirms to abc news two blocks where is evacuated after a postal worker found a suspicious device in a blue mail collection box. someone discovered the device just before 4:00 yesterday afternoon. it's unclear if the device is real or a hoax. >> bay area congressman ro conquer hosted a town hall where he told people they need to direct their energy toward positive activity despite what he called the current political client. abc7 news was at the public forum at lindberg high school in san jose. conner took questions about net neutrality and other subjects but most questions focused on the tax plan passed in the senate friday night. >> under this plan, you no longer would be able to deduct your state taxes and that's going to really hurt our communities. and they're concerned about the giveaways to investors and corporations at the expense of the middle class.
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>> republicans say the bill will be beneficial for most americans. the nonpartisan congressional budget office estimates the plan would increase the deficit by nearly $1.5 trillion over the next decade and take 13 million people off health care. a little bit of relief on the way for those affected by the north bay fires. abc7 news was in san jose as the non-profit turning we wheels fo handed off more than 200 bicycles for victims. firefighters from three departments in marin county picked up the bikes and plan to distribute them next weekend with the hopes of lifting spirits during what could be a difficult time. >> fires may have been two months ago, but christmas is here. and a lot of these families are still reeling with the aftermath of this fire. we hope this bicycle will not only provide them with a mode of transportation but a little bit of joy and escape as they enter
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the holiday season. >> the goal is to have 1,000 bikes to give out. they are still in need of donations. if you would like to help, you can drop off a bike at any marin county, mill valley or southern marin fire station. the biggest and brightest moon of the year will rise over the bay area tonight. reports say the so-called super moon will appear 14% larger and 30% brighter than normal. and will be the only one this year 2017. you're looking at video of the last super moon on december 13th of last year. december super moons go by a variety of names from a blue moon to full cold moon and big spirit moon. while they say the term super moon isn't an astronomical term or a meteorological term according to "the new york times" report, it was coined by an astrologer. can you believe that? that was back in the 1970s.
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not by scientists. i love it when the moon is hanging low like that. when the moon hits your eye like a pizza pie. i don't know. >> there you go. right, i like the big cold moon. it's certainly appropriate for the month and this morning, temperatures aren't as cold as you think. we are going to see overnight lows that will be frosty in the days ahead. a system just went through. it's 51 in san francisco with 40s elsewhere. so we'll talk about where the winds will kick up and where we'll see the frost. but a ton of sun on the way. your forecast is next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, thousands of city workers in oakland are planning to strike this week. when they plan to walk off the job. and president trump is weighing in on the michael flynn guilty plea on twitter. some say that tweet has the potential to get the president in trouble.
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oakland is bracing for a strike by city workers this week. the service employees international union and the international federation of professional and technical engineers plan to strike on tuesday. sworn police and fire employees will not participate. this is video from a strike that happened several years ago. city officials say staff shortages may force some public f facilities to close. more details which services will
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be impacted will be releasd tomorrow. president trump claims he has nothing to hide in the russia investigation but a tweet he sent raises new questions about his involvement. this as the investigation threatens to close in on some of his closest allies. abc news reporter elizabeth herr has more. >> no, i'm not. >> reporter: president trump insisting he is not worried about michael flynn pleading guilty to lie together fbi. >> what has been shown is no collusion. no collusion. there's been absolutely -- there's been absolutely no collusion. >> reporter: the president later tweeting, i had to fire general flynn because he lied to the vice president and the fbi. he has pled guilty to those lies. it is a shame because his actions during the transition were lawful. there was nothing to hide." but until now, the president has never said he fired flynn for lying to the fbi. in fact, last february, he gave another reason.
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>> no, i fired him because of what he said to mike pence. very simple. >> reporter: court documents filed in connection with a guilty plea suggest flynn did not act alone when he reached out to foreign governments. they allege in one case he was directed to do so by a very senior member of the transition team. surces tell abc news that is senior official was the president's son-in-law jared kushner. but in a statement, the white house says nothing about the guilty plea or the charge implicates anyone other than mr. flynn. flynn's guilty plea, a single count of lying to the fbi, carries a maximum prison term of five years. but he is likely to do much less prison time. elizabeth herr, abc news, new york. thewords the president used in the tweet about the fbi raised concerns on social media. hawaii congressman ted lieu emphatically tweeted this is obstruction of justice. potus now admits he knew michael flynn lied to the fbi, yet trump tried to influence or stop the
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fbi investigation on flynn. this morning, the president was back on twitter saying i never asked comey to stop investigating flynn. just more fake news covering another comey lie. "the new york times" obtained e-mails that suggest the trump administration had close contact with the russians during his transition. shortly after president obama issued new sanctions against russia last december, adviser k.t. mcfarland e-mailed a colleague saying, "if there is a tit-for-tat escalation, trump will have difficulty improving relations with russia which has just thrown usa election to him." it is unclear if mcfarland was being serious about russia helping shape the election's outcome. those e-mails and "new york times" interviews do suggest michael flynn was in close contact with white house officials before and after the sanctions were issued, and that will contradict a white house
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claim that he acted independently. >> abc news has suspended reporter brian ross for four weeks without pay for an error during a report friday on the michael flynn story. ross citing a single anonymous source reported flynn was prepared to testify that donald trump when he was a presidential candidate had told him to contact the rushes. abc news put out this statement. "we deeply regret and apologize for the serious error we made. the reporting by brian ross during the special report had not been fully vetted through our editorial standards process." the statement goes on to say, "it is vital we get the story right and retain the trust we've built with our audience. these are our core principles. we fell far short of that." >> some incredible video shows an iphone exploding. you can see a man suddenly toss his iphone 6 on the ground inside a store in new york city. within seconds you see a cloud
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of smoke rising. the owner says the phone kept on smoking for another 20 minutes or so. now all that's left is the shell. inside the phone it's all black. the man says he first realized something was wrong when the screen suddenly went black and the phone got really, really hot. >> i received a message. i answered the message. i put the phone on charge. as i'm holding the phone, i saw smoke started coming out of the side of the phone. the phone just exploded. >> the man says he's thankful he wasn't seriously hurt and wants apple to replace his phone for free. apple says, well, we are going to analyze the device. >> happening today, the san jose earthquakes will host the second annual winterfest at avaya stadium. the holiday themed festival runs from 10:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon, featuring 20 tons of snow, a giant inflatable snowglobe, and arts and crafts stations.
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the team store is also offering 50% off all items today. admission to winterfest is free. but some activities cost money. the proceeds will go to the quakes' foundation. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good sunday morning to you. live doppler 7 looks high and dry here. but you may have slept through a little bit of light rain. it is snowing. the system is moving into the sierra nevada, about 32 degrees and chain controls above 5,000 fet. there's slick roadways donner to king vail throughout the afternoon. 36 for a high today. a few inches of precip here due to a system that continues to move to the north and east of us. behind it, breezy northwesterly winds for us today. very cold air entering the region for next several days. a live look outside. winds picking up in the upper elevations 20 to 30 miles an hour locally. that's a concern right on through tuesday night.
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51 in the city. 5 in oakland and san jose. 54 in half moon bay. with the front moving through, temperatures stayed up a little bit. this is san jose 101. you can see cloud cover here. a sunny afternoon. we have fog in the north bay. visibility reduced to less than a mile in santa rosa. 45 in napa. 48 in concord. livermore good morning. 43 degrees. mount tam, you can kind of see that, sunny and cool today. below average, breezy at the coast. wind in the north and east bay hills. advisory last seen through tuesday, dry and milder days ahead. it's going to take after wednesday to get there with temperatures coming in above average. so our wind advisory goes into effect tonight above 1,000 feet north in east bay hills and through tuesday, particularly here. winds could gust to 55 miles an hour. 45 miles an hour likely over the east bay hills. so breezy winds and then in the
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valley, we get no wind at all. up in napa and the north bay, temperatures hover near freezing. average lows in the upper 30s for napa, santa row tonight 34. not much better on tuesday. for all of us, wednesday should be the coolest morning. then overnight lows begin to moderate as afternoon highs come up. 61 in fremont today. san jose 57. santa rosa, winds breezy from half moon bay, pacifica, montara. overnight lows tonight will be pretty mild with those winds. so the winds will allow for a well mixed atmosphere and keep nut 40s. in the valleys much cooler, out in the inland east bay dropping into the 30s. you're seven-day forecast featuring a string of sunny and dry afternoons. chilly today, tomorrow. download our accuweather weather ap and you can keep track of the temperatures. we're looking dry. the cold morning is tuesday morning, wednesday morning. make sure you have an extra jacket for the kids, some
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layers. and for yourself, if you're waiting for the bus, it has been cold. but this morning, even though people say it's cold, i have to say no, not yet. it's cool but it's going to get a lot colder. >> you said throw an extra blanket on the bed. it's been cold at night. >> it has. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, if at first you don't succeed, you might want to try opening a museum. we'll take you inside l.a.'s new off beat museum.
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dan harris joins us now from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." >> good morning. coming up is, president trump breaking his silence over the news his former national security adviser michael flynn has pled guilty and cooperating with the special counsel. what he said in a tweet that is raising eyebrows and the new explanation from his team this morning. another big headline out of washington, that massive tax bill just passed by the senate draing a lot of scrutiny. we'll look at the 500-page legislation and how the fine print could affect your family. the teenager from florida who disappeared with a high school soccer coach reunited with her parents nearly a week after she disappeared. the emotional reunion as we hear
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from her parents coming up on gma. a new southern california pop-up museum showcases the failures of this world. the aptly titled museum of failure is the work of a swedish psychologist who set up the museum with one main message. if you do fail, learn from it. it features famous failures like the ed sell, titanic, crystal pepsi and mcdonald's arch deluxe. if you're in l.a., you can enjoy these failures till early february. still to come here on abc , a bay area entrepreneur is hoping for a deal on "shark tank." we'll show you the portable record player he's pitching on the show tonight. and is your iphone constantly rebooting? what you need to do to stop the glitch
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if you are in your home or your first step is to get out, travel to a safe distance until you can't smell the gas anymore and then call 911. the first responders will come out and they'll make it safe for you and your community. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> welcome back, everyone. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, carolyn, good morning, everyone. a little cold front moved on through, got the ground wet and is bringing some fog to the north bay. we're looking at a mild three quarter visibility santa rosa and less than that in petaluma. the rest of us doing fine. this live shot from our roof camera. it's 51 in the city.
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50 in oakland. lots of 50s this morning. 54 in half moon bay. with the clouds overnight it, kept us somewhat insulated. 36 santa rosa. 43 in livermore. behind the front, we have a cool air mass that settles in. that will allow its to stay below average today. mid 50s by noon. plenty of sunshine with mid and perhaps a few upper 50s getting windy at the coast. those winds already up in the upper elevations. we'll talk about a wind advisory for the week ahead in a few minutes. >> thank you, lisa. after hours of debate last minute changes and one republican holdout, the senate passed its version of major tax reform. the democrats are not happy. reporter kim hutcherson has more. >> reporter: the tax cuts and jobs act as amended is passed. >> reporter: a victory for the white house and the gop as they inch one step closer to a major legislative win for the first time in trump's presidency. the senate passed its version of
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tax reform by a vote of 51-49 early saturday morning. republican majority leader senator mitch mcconnell is hoping to use this win as momentum for the 2018 elections. while senator chuck schumer, the democratic senate minority leader, says it's a bill no one can be proud of. >> as you noticed, at the end, there was not a single democrat who thought this was a good idea. and so we're going to take this message to the american people also a year from now. >> we understand they have the votes to pass their bill despite a process and a product that no one can be proud of and everyone should be ashamed of. >> reporter: president trump making a statement hours later praising the bill's passage as "tremendous tax reform" and propsing, "tremendous cuts." >> we passed the largest tax cuts in the history of our country and many other things along with it.
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tremendous tax reform. people are going to be very, very happy. they're going to get tremendous, tremendous tax cuts. >> reporter: but a nonpartisan congressional analysis suggests if the bill becomes law, more than $1 trillion would be added to the deficit over ten years. the bill will now head to the house which passed its own tax reform bill last month. republicans hope to reconcile the two so a final version could be sent to president trump for his signature before christmas. i'm kim hutcherson, abc7 news. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell will talk more about the gop tax plan on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. plus congressman adam schiff and former attorney general michael mukasey also discuss what michael flynn's guilty plea means for the mueller investigation. "this week" starts at 8:00 right after "good morning america" followed by "abc7 news at 9." a couple married for half a
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century received a special gift, the husband's wedding band lost just four years into their marriage. he lost the ring in 1971. last week, someone returned to the couple. a construction crew found it digging up a park sidewalk that was built in 1982. it featured engraved initials and a wedding date. the parks and rec department spread the word on social media. and found the couple. >> we had just forgotten all about it. i had asked our children, do you remember us telling you that dad had lost his ring and no, you know, they didn't remember the story at all. so they think it's so exciting. >> the couple is still not sure how the ring got to the park. they think someone else may have worn it for a while. apple is out with a software update after yet another glitch popped up on the iphone. users reported a bug that caused phones to keep rebooting. this is the latest in a series of problems with the iphone and the software. last month, the problem caused
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text messages to auto correct the letter "i" into a capital a" with a box and a question mark. i got some of those. there was also an issue with the iphone x that causes it to freeze in cold weather. vinyl is making a comeback. now there's a way to listen to records on the go. a bay area entrepreneur is showing off his invention in tonight's episode of "shark tank." logan rielly spoke with abc7 news anchor. >> dean: lim. >> this is rock block. it is a portable wireless record player and it really works by placing it-record like so. >> it's like a little car. >> instead of the record spinning the rock bok spins around the record. you pull this little guy up. >> and there it goes. >> well, the rock block can also connect to wireless speakers via bluetooth. rielly says it took him about a
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year to develop it. he learned electrical engineering from watching youtube video and taking classes at a local tech store. rielly could not tell us whether he got a deal or not. you'll have to watch his pitch to the sharks tonight at 9:00. "shark tank" airs right here on abc 7. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a possible solution for the homeless. not everyone is on board. the final touches on 20 tuff sheds in oakland and impact the city hopes the project will have. >> and here is a live look from our santa cruz camera. maybe not a beach day unless you like it crisp and cool. i do. i don't care. i love the ions that come and make you just feel so good. lisa will had along shortly with the full accuweather forecast.
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hustle and bustle already going on as people prepare to shop for awe sorts of holidays. could be christmas, could be hanukkah, could be kwanzaa. they're out and about. the weather is going to cooperate as far as no rain for the shoppers, but we need the rain. nothing we can do about it and nothing coming this week. so says lisa argen who will be along with the full accuweather forecast in just a few. happening today, stars of the screen, the stage and sports will gather in silicon valley to celebrate science at the annual break through prize awards. morgan freeman will host the ceremony at the nasa ames research center at moffett field. presenters include kerry washington, star of the abc show "scandal," mila kunis and her husband ashton kutcher, the break through prizes recognize the world's top scientists, pysykists and mathematicians.
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brikers are rolling into san francisco to spread some holiday cheer bringing toys for kids at san francisco general hospital. ryders will also sing caroles to patients. motorcycle clubs in the bay area have participated in this tradition since 1983. the annual event provides gifts to more than 500 families each year. so you think about bikers being tough, but they've got these hearts of gold. >> absolutely. good morning. we are waking up to a little bit of wet pavement out there. a weak system moved through overnight. mount tam is scrubbed clear right now except for the fog in the far north bay. 50 in oakland. 38 in santa rosa. a dry and cool and breezy afternoon. the wind's kicking up in upper elevations. what it means for the weekend ahead and we'll let you know if we see any rain coming up in a few minutes. >> also next, the jimmy jg era
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may start today in chicago as garoppolo gets his first start as a niner coming up in sports.
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hello, everyone. welcome back. it is 6:44 on this first sunday in december. hope everything is going well for you this morning. as you sit back and relax. this is a live look from our emeryville camera. beautiful shot here, as well.
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weather today very nice. it was a bit of rain this morning. but that little spit and splatter of rain about all we're going to get this week. lisa will be along shortly with the full accuweather forecast. today, the 49ers and the raiders will be wearing something a little bit different on their feet. some are calling it best in shoe. 49ers defensive line man solomon thomas has cleats that will say abc on them. that represents not us but a non-profit in east palo alto that promotes early childhood learning. eric reid will wear shoes supporting colin kaepernick's know your rights campaign. it's all part of the nfl's my cause, my cleats campaign giving players a chance to share causes that are important to them. raiders quarterback derek carr will wear cleats that raise awareness to support hospitals. his son dallas was born with intestinal problems. >> the niners face the fehrs at
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soldier field at 10:00 in morning. the silver and black host the new york giants at the oakland coliseum. the raiders need a win and a chiefs loss to move into a tie for first place in the afc west. kickoff is at 1:25 this afternoon. 49ers faithful will be paying close attention to this morning's game. here's schu with the details in this morning's sports. >> good morning. it's jimmy g time for the 49ers starting his first game in the red and gold. garoppolo has an apartment, he loves the weather and put away his phone so he could concentrate on his niner debut today. he's not thinking about the future. his total focus is on the fehrs. beasrk. >> trying not to think about the future too much. i've learned in in the past when your mind wanders like that, quarterbacking in this league is hard enough. when you start thinking about other things, you're going to have a tough time.
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i think just staying focused on the bears this week and you know, i hold myself to a high level. i've been doing that my whole life and that won't stop. >> him getting out and doing it allows him to get a better feel for it. you don't truly, even if you think you know something, until you get in the heat of battle and everyone's going full speed and you get through the course of the game and you're going through different coverages you're going to go through a lot of ups and downs. >> meanwhile, the raiders get a home match-up with the struggling new york giants who were 2-9 but a 2-1 record with wins over the broncos and chiefs in the afc west. >> michael crabtree serving a one-game suspension for his role in a brawl last week and amari cooper will miss a game with a concussion. their two most effective weapons derek carr and the raiders will have to look elsewhere. >> next man up is always our mantra and what we stand by. that's how any football team needs to be. it has to be next man up. at the same time, i do need to spend extra time with them. the guys that get all the reps
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usually with me are coop and crabb. >> guys have to step up. it's no different if somebody were to go down with an injury or what not, next man has to play and has to fill that void. >> sharks and lightning in tampa. martin jones back in net. after missing the last two games due to injury. first period, brett burns, lookout. this is why you always skate with your head up. sharks get on the board first. barclay goodrow back from the ir scores his first goal of the season. the sharks go up 1-0 after one. third period, now tied at one. this is where the wheels came off. ondrej palat dumps it off the end boards. tampa up 2-1. victor hedman finds himself on a breakaway. jones with one of 38 saves. johnson scores on rebound. lightning with four goals in the third, they win it 5-2. third round of the hero world challenge, tiger woods started the day in fifth place at 7 under. but he quickly dropped out with four bogeys on the front nine. still having trouble with his
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chipping. here on 3 can't get it on the green. he shoots a 3 over 75, he's 4 under on the tournament. ten back of leader charlie hoffman who shot a 2 under 70 finished with two birdies on the final five who elsive including this one on 18. he's 14 under for the tournament. we'll have all your raider/niner highlights tonight at 5:00. i'm mike shumann, have a great day. >> now your accuweather weather forecast. >> a cold front moved through while you were sleeping. we're on the back side of it right now. winds are kicking up in the upper elevations. a wind advisory for the days ahead. today, it will get quite breezy at the coast. tonight, temperatures are going to bottom out. this is napa. for some of the protected valleys where you don't see any wind at all, wall hover around 40 degrees. tuesday night, wednesday morning looks to be the coldest with temperatures in the mid thists. some of you could go well below that. we'll have a chilly afternoon today. you can see the flag blowing
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here with the winds that will be kicking up. at the coast, up to 30 miles an hour. so here is live doppler 7 where you can see just a little bit of patchy fog but as we go into the mountains here, we're looking at chain controls above 5,000 feet. donor to king val looking at slick roads. we'll see a couple inches. temperatures in the 30s. that's the good news. we're getting snow and higher elevations will see 2 to 3 inches. the atmosphere will be very dry and that's going to allow for big-time cooling. here's walnut creek had morning. looking at temperatures 50 for you in san jose and oakland. 47 in gilroy, 52 on the coast. with the cloud cover overnight, we stayed a little bit milder. at the beach a cooler afternoon. 38 in san ha rosa. mid 40s by the delta. good morning, concord. 48 for you. it's 43 in livermore. many of these locations will
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drop off in the next few mornings with the winds dialing back. mount tam this is a particularly windy place tonight. tomorrow and even into tuesday where we could see gusts in excess of 50 miles an hour. so sunny and cool today. winds at the coast. north and east bay hills are up already. this will last through the next 48 hours. then dry and milder as we get after wednesday. we'll see highs above average. so the highlighted area is the wind advisory from the national weather service. 10:00 tonight through 10:00 tuesday morning. 55-mile-an-hour gusts. 45-mile-an-hour here. all above about 1,000 feet. if you're out for a bike ride this morning, you'll get buffeted around for sure. south bay temperatures climbing through the 50s. 602:00 this afternoon. 57 half moon bay. 62 in morgan hill. overnight tonight where you have the breezy winds, in the 40s. otherwise, if the 30s.
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looking at the accuweather se n seven-day forecast, yes, it's dry. but the nights will get colder and colder in the days ahead. you download our accuweather ap temperatures in your neighborhood and see if we do get any changes in the days ahead. it would be nice to bring in a little bit of rain. notice the numbers modifying after wednesday into the mid 60s. it will still be chilly at night. >> i don't mind the cold weather. i wish we could get a little bit of rain. >> it's still early though plaintiff a tuff shed camp is now in place right next to one of oakland's largest tent cities. oakland mayor libby schaaf it's just one part of a larger solution in her city's ongoing effort to deal with the growing number of homeless people living on the streets. news reporter laura anthony has the details. >> they are tough sheds, 20 of
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them 10x12 feet each meant to put a dent in oakland's exploding homeless problem, one exhibited by sprawling tent cities like this one just a few yards away. >> if you live on the streets right here right now, we want to offer you an opportunity to live here. >> reporter: joe devries is the man in charge of the homeless outreach program. >> we looked at how we could build something that would have an impact to reduce the problems of the garbage, blocked roadways, the rats that come with the garbage that piles up and everything else. >> reporter: he says the city hopes toes have these 20 tuff sheds ready for mof-in. they would accommodate 40 people, two to a shed. it's being called a low barrier shelter meaning while residents have to abide by certain rules, drug and alcohol use won't necessarily be prohibited. >> anything that we try that is new will have risks. but i think the greater risk is to do nothing. >> i feel like it's a joke. >> reporter: but some aren't so sure this is the answer. janay told us her father and his dogs live in a tent just down
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the street from the tough sheds. >> they're doing betterin the tent with like furniture and stuff like that. these sheds, this is something you put your dogs in. >> reporter: once the tough sheds are completely occupied, city officials will begin to dismantle the at the present time camps around them. in oakland, laura anthony, abc7 news. >> okay land officials are saying they hope to begin moving residents into those tuff sheds is as soon as this week. the maximum stay will be six months. coming up, the largest outdoor design festival in the country makes its way to the bay area. where you can get some holiday shopping done.
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saving the earth while giving gifts this holiday season. happening today, the urban air market in oakland's jack london square. this outdoor market specializes in sustainable clothing, jewelry, and home decor. more than 140 vendors will be there. shoppers can also take a break on patio bar, grab a bite to eat at several food trucks and take pictures in a photo booth. the market's open today from 11:00 till 6:00. dress warmly, enjoy yourselves. have fun. >> you sunglasses. >> a final check now. >> sounds pretty good to me. breezy at the coast. 57 half moon bay. 62 in livermore. the seven-day forecast getting windy in the hills, cold in the
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valleys for nights ahead but dry. by the end of the week, temperatures come up a little bit. it's going to feel like winter. we need the snow. it's still early. >> all right. we've got that super moon tonight, as well. >> yes, good point. >> the all righty. that is going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on abc mornings. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen, our news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and inta gram. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morn
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