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half moon bay, very thick fog. there's not much of a breeze out there. you can see how clear it is in sutro. 39 to 45 this morning. 60 at noon. a couple hours of warming, we'll hit the mid 60s away from the coast. upper 50s this afternoon. how is the commute this morning? i know just who to ask. >> thank you, mike. it's 6:00. we have those mass transit updates. ferries on the winter schedule. b.a.r.t. trains on time. ace 1 is ten minutes behind schedule. ace 3 is on time. the b.a.r.t. service expansion begins on monday. earlier weekday service on some lines, two line service into san francisco on sundays. issues we're following, the first in vallejo, a crash between a semi and one card, westbound 37 past the wilson avenue off-ramp. both lanes are blocked. in antioch, westbound 4 before
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soum somersville road a disabled vehicle blocking one lane. president trump at the national prayer breakfast in washington, d.c., and he's taking an apparent victory lap. >> here's new video of mr. trump holding up copies of "usa today" and the "washington post." headlines both featuring stories about his acquittal. president trump is expected to address the nation at 9:00 this morning. our coverage continues from capitol hill. andrew dymburt is joining us live. >> senator romney's decision to vote for the removal of president trump from office did not tilt the scales in terms of changing the result or anything like that, but it's something that is certain to be remembered. >> the president won. the office of the president won. the constitution won. >> reporter: the deeply divisive trial to remove the president from office ends in acquittal. >> we always knew it was an uphill fight. no one had illusions that the president would be convicted. >> reporter: president trump and his team coming out on top, but
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trump was tripped up on his way to triumph. >> mr. romney. >> guilty. >> a historic vote from republican senator mitt romney now becoming the first senator in u.s. history to vote in favor of removing a president from his own party. >> what he did was not perfect. no, it was a flagrant assault on our electoral rights, our national security and our fundamental values. >> reporter: in an emotional speech romney saying his faith guided his decision, and he believed the evidence was clear. trump pressured ukraine to investigate joe biden for political gain. the blowback swift and relentless. the president's son even calling for romney to be expelled from the party. >> he's not brave. he's a coward. >> reporter: the president ripping romney on twitter into the night, had failed presidential candidate mitt romney devoted the same energy and anger to defeating a faltering barack obama as he sanctimoniously does to me, he
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could have won the election. and across the nation -- [ crowd chanting ] >> reporter: -- small but vocal protests popping up from coast to coast. the president is going to release an official statement on his acquittal later this afternoon. from capitol hill, andrew dymburt, abc7 news. developing news in the coronavirus outbreak. china is expected to open another hospital for patients in wuhan today and doctors are to begin administering a new anti-viral drug. >> so far 560 people have died. the disease is spreading. 12 people tested positive for the coronavirus in the u.s. two evacuation flights from wuhan will land at military bases in nebraska and texas today. the state department has been urging americans to come back home. the fallout from the coronavirus has been widespread. a korean air flight from seoul to las vegas diverted to l.a.x. after concerns that three
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passengers were exposed to the virus. they were all tested and cleared. and hong kong based airline cathay pacific asked workers to take three weeks of unpaid leave due to a drop in demand for flights. the uc system is suspending all study abroad programs in china. you can learn more about the symptoms of coronavirus and how to protect yourself by going to a bizarre crime at a preschool has a community on the peninsula rattled. somebody vandalized the millbrae nursery schoolyard and killed their pet chickens last weekend. some of these photos may be disturbing for you. four chickens were found mutilated. one in the coop and three lined up behind the preschool fence. a fifth chicken is still missing. >> there's a great violation and uneasiness that we all are now feeling. what's next? children? other adults? you know, where does this stop? >> the sheriff's office is
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investigating. they say they can't conclusively determine the chickens were killed by a person. the school, which serves many low-income families has a gofundme page to raise money for cameras and flood lights in the yard. developing news on the iowa caucuses. new numbers are in showing pete buttigieg and bernie sanders are virtually tied. that's with 97% of the precincts reporting. that's with 97% of the precincts reporting. today is the deadline for democratic presidential candidates to qualify for the eighth debate in new hampshire tomorrow. candidates will have to meet certain qualifications. seven candidates have qualified. that includes joe biden, pete buttigieg, amy klobuchar, bernie sanders, tom steyer, elizabeth warren and andrew yang. the debate will be tomorrow in new hampshire. you can watch it on abc7 starting at 5:00. today the city of fremont takes steps to clear the homeless from a busy road near tesla's factory. and keanu reeves returns to the bay area.
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the movie filming here now. and here's a look at walnut creek, it's about 38 degrees. big warming trend today will take concord to 65. all of us above average and still climbing in t
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all right. a look at some temperatures, updating them as we speak. you can see that we're chilly in some places, like 36 in pleasanton, 34 in fairfield, american canyon. 37 in petaluma. look at san francisco, about 48 degrees right now. we'll look at what to expect if you're out and about today. here's your activity planner. no winter issues out there. it's not cold this morning. no frost. a ton of sunshine, just the mold and the tree pollen will be an issue today. we'll be in the 40s through 9:00 on the peninsula. upper 50s at noon. about 60 to 64 for the afternoon spread of temperatures. in the east bay, 39 this morning. about 60 at noon. 62 to 64 during the afternoon hours. down in the south bay, even warmer, 62 to 66 this afternoon. hope you enjoy it. >> 6:09 right now.
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we'll check in on these two issues. the first in vallejo, the chp updated their information as to where this crash is between a semi and one car. this is westbound 37 past merritt island where two lanes merge into one. expect delays there. westbound 4 before somersville road, a stalled car is block the center divide. live look in san mateo or the san mateo bridge i should say. please ignore our fuzzy camera here. it's not foggy there. it's just the camera. these are brake lights headed towards the peninsula. slowdown there but no issues that i'm seeing on the bridge. san jose, 101, nice and clear. >> thanks. countdown to the oscars. >> next, we'll go behind the scenes of one of the
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mik'mike will get it done?'n, ok, let me tell you what the 'it' is. as mayor, i expanded healthcare coverage. as president, i'll build on obamacare because healthcare is a right. i created nearly 500,000 jobs in new york city. as president, i'll build an economy that delivers good jobs with higher wages. i'll take on the gun lobby and save lives. and i will stop trump's assault on women's reproductive rights. i've got a record of doing things. i've got the resources to take on this fight. as mayor, i held myself accountable for results. as president, i'll offer common sense plans and i will get it done. so let's stay on the offensive, and let's win.
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i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. how you watch it does too. tv just keeps getting better. this is xfinity x1. featuring the emmy award-winning voice remote. streaming services without changing passwords and input. live sports - with real-time stats and scores. access to the most 4k content. and your movies and shows to go. the best tv experience is the best tv value. xfinity x1. simple. easy. awesome. xfinity. the future of awesome. welcome back. it's 6:13. you're taking a live look at
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washington, d.c. at the national prayer breakfast. the president has just gone up and we'll listen in. >> what everyone knows was right. i don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong. nor do i like people who say i pray for you when they know that that's not so. so many people have been hurt. we can't let that go on. the i'll be discussing that a little bit later at the white house. we're joined today by two people whose faith inspires us all. our amazing, wonderful friend, vice president mike pence, and his wonderful wife, karen.
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>> thank you. thank you to all of our great -- >> of course president trump will be addressing impeachment at 9:00 this morning. happening today, the city of fremont will put boulders on a road that boarders a tesla manufacturing plant in an effort to keep people from parking rvs there. cato road parallels interstate 880 and runs in front of the plant. the city says homeless people have taken up residence inside rvs parked on the shoulder. so later today city crew also restrict parking for all vehicles on cato road. rvs will be towed and boulders will be installed to keep the shoulder clear.
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keanu reeves was back in town shooting the our assignment desk editor caught him and the film crew on the corner of kerney and jackson street yesterday afternoon. a few weeks ago this was keanu eating ice cream in alameda outside the baskin robbins. the latest matrix sequel will be released next may. >> blink and you missed it. this time i finally did see him. >> he's hidden down there between people. >> and there's a police officer blocking his path. >> i look for the hair. >> you found him. it's like where's waldo. where's >> he captured in a gif what i
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wanted to say yesterday. >> we'll have to look at that. >> maybe he's in the matrix pulling the strings on why we're having such a nice, quiet pattern. we need some rain, but it's not coming. we might as well get out there and enjoy it. 41 in san francisco with clear sky. tons of blinding sunshine today and milder highs than yesterday. slightly warmer tonight or milder. a little bit more fog to deal with. it's not going to be completely covering us, but it will be touching more neighborhoods than this morning. look at the medium range forecasts, every day they're like no rain. not today. it's due to high pressure dominating us and pushing all the inclement weather, if you will, or desperately needed rain down in the soothe.
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67 in lake port. the rest of us 60 to 66. along the coast, mid to upper 50s. tonight, the fog is more widespread. that will be your issue. temperatures will be coolest in places like livermore, fairfield and yucaipa. upper 30s there. the rest of us around 40 to 46. tomorrow, a lot like today, maybe a degree or two warmer. then the onshore breeze kicks in, takes a couple degrees away from us. saturday is a great day to be outside. sunday a little more challenging with blustery conditions. tuesday looks to be warmer than average and much calmer. hi, jobina. >> thank you. good morning. mass transit alerts for you all, specifically ace 1, 15 minutes behind schedule. it's been a problem area this morning. everything else is on time as far as the ferries and b.a.r.t. drive times here, richmond-san rafael bridge, it's going to be 8 minutes for that drive time.
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san mateo bridge, westbound, 21 minutes. the dumbarton bridge, there is a sall, it's still a 10-minute ride traveling westbound. moving over to our two issues we're following on the roads, we will start in vallejo this is westbound 37 past mare island, a crash between a big rig and one car. it looks like they're blocking the lane. this is when both lanes come into being one lane. expect delays in that area. moving over to antioch, westbound 4 before somersville road, a stall blocking the lane there as well. "good morning america" is coming up at 7:00 on abc7. >> ginger zee has a look at what's ahead. good morning. >> good morning. great to be with you both. coming up on "gma," a thursday morning, some scary new developments in the coronavirus. i know you've been covering this. hundreds more americans evacuating from the epicenter
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and china cracking down. that quarantine camp, wuhan a virtual ghost town and now concerns that the outbreak could impact the summer olympics. an abc news exclusive. the oscars are three days away and we're getting secrets from the show's producers. the big changes this year and what they're saying about the musical performances we'll hear. and the shocking experiment parents need to see. we go behind the scenes with a mom who poses as an underage girl to expose the dangers that kids face online. it's stunning. we'll tell you what you can do to protect your kids. and gwe have steals and deals, your styles for less. >> i'm glad you brought this up, ginger zee is asking people which options she should wear on the red carpet. yesterday you were wearing the one we liked. >> that's the winner. >> i love it.
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i love that one, too, but in person, it doesn't do as well as it does in a photograph. >> okay. that's fair. but aren't we living for the gram? we're living for the gram. >> the photos are what matters. you're right. >> choices, ginger. choices. our votes have been registered. you do you. >> thank you. >> you'll be great whatever it is. >> thank you. a special treat for your four-legged friends. the new bay area bakery whipping up cakes for dogs. and barnes and noble backlash. the company is apologizing for a when we were looking for a roommate, he wanted someone super quiet. yeah, and he wanted someone to help out with chores. so, we got jean-pierre. but one thing we could both agree on was getting geico to help with renters insurance. ♪ yeah, geico did make it easy to switch and save. ♪
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let's talk about red carpet weather. the oscars are on channel 7. a chance of showers down in hollywood about 64 degrees. stagnant air means usually poor air quality, but we'll be good today throughout the weekend. watch out for the pollen, it's still pretty high. new at 6:00, barnes and noble canceled plans to release classic books with new covers after backlash. the book store chain redesigned the covers of classics in honor of black history month.
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depictures of usually white characters were replaced with images of other races. critics are calling it literary black face. they say it's disrespectful to highlight white authors using black faces instead of promoting black writers. barnes & noble has now suspended that initiative. that could be a hot topic for later today on midday live. >> we have a lot to ta abosay a that. the oscars are this weekend, besides the more recognizable categories, many talents behind the scenes are being honored. >> pablo helman worked on the irishman. the director and one of the film's stars told pablo they didn't want to use facial markers which tracks movement into a digital database but can be distracting on set, so he had to figure a way around that.
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>> i immediately knew that if we could come up with a way for the actors not to wear markers, that was going to change the industry. >> for the set, pablo's team created a special camera rig using two witness cameras on the sides of the main lens to capture the performance from different angles, and then infrared lighting. then in post production they had to create the first of its kind software to de-age the actors. so you can watch the 92nd oscars this weekend. it's only on abc7. the show airs this sunday. our coverage starts at 5:00. next at 6:30, a new development in the battle to ban google from the san francisco pride parade. and two freeway shootings in less than 24 hours. we're live with the
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now at 6:30, fire erupts at the port of oakland overnight. huge flames engulfing a truck. the investigation under way right now. there were two east bay freeway shootings in one day. i'm amy hollyfield, the details coming up. another country issues a travel ban to china as health care workers rush to stop the spread of the coronavirus. when two more planes carrying american evacuees will arrive in the united states. new developments in the push to ban google and youtube from san francisco pride. >> i do regret the fact that it seems our community is fighting with each other when we don't
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have to. >> the decision handed down last night. and the major milestone for queen elizabeth. how she's marking a historic day in her reign. good morning. it's thursday. >> friday eve. >> getting close. it will be quite nice. >> i'm excited about it. >> a lot like yesterday. couple degrees warmer without the breezes we had earlier this week and without the frost we had early this morning. the mild weather has led to some fog. quarter mile visibility in novato. half of a mile in half moon bay. it's not only novato, marin, but also down heang further to the south. watch out around 37 and 101. those areas are covered in fog. that's where it is thanks to the light breezes. 35 to 45 this morning.
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near 60 at noon. 58 at the coast. mid 60s at 4:00. a bit warmer than average. still comfortable during the evening hours. 50 to 56 at 7:00. earlier it was quiet on the roads. let's check in with jobina. >> not so much anymore. we just got off the phone with a chp officer. this is the southbound side and northbound side of 17 past vine hill road. there's at least one person trapped inside of a car. it looks like four vehicles are involved. he was not clear on how many lanes are blocked. you can see from the map there is a slowdown in that area. expect delays in the santa cruz moun mountains. up to vallejo, this is westbound 37 past mare island. a crash involving one car and a semi. it went from two lanes to one lane. expect delays in that area. live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights came on at 5:11.
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once you make it through the toll plaza, smooth sailing on the bridge. >> thank you. developing news in the east bay, for the second time in less than 24 hours, the chp is investigating freeway shootings. >> the first one happened in fremont around 3:00 in the morning yesterday. this was near the mowry on-ramp. the second occurred just before 11:00 last night near 23rd avenue in oakland. amy hollyfield is live at chp offices in hayward with details. good morning. >> good morning. i checked in with a chp officer, he said no arrests have been made in the cases. they are asking for witnesses to please come forward. the first one happened at the beginning of the day. it was 3:00 in the morning. they were both on 880. the second one happened at the end of the day. the first one was in fremont. officers say someone opened fire on a black bmw near the mowery on-ramp. it was just after 3:00 in the morning. the driver was able to safely get to a fire station. there were two bullet holes in
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the car, but nobody was hurt. the second one happened 11:00 last night in oakland. this was northbound 880 at 23rd avenue. that car also has some bullet holes in it. the car was hit but no one was hurt. so two lucky situations in these cases. there was also one on sunday, so really there's been three this week. no word on motives or if any of these are related. reporting live at the hayward chp offices, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. we have dramatic video to share with you. a truck and shipping container caught fire at the port of oakland overnight with this dramatic video you can see here. flames engulfing the vehicle. it was parked inside a lot near middle harbor road. the driver was able to escape unharmed. oakland firefighters responded to the blaze quickly and
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extinguished the fire. no one was hurt. the fire did not stop work at the port. no word on the cause of the fire. thanks. there's more fallout of the growing coronavirus outbreak. saudi arabia has banned citizens from traveling to china. it warns anyone who violates that won't be allowed back. two more planes carrying american evacuees from china will land in the u.s. today. they will arrive at military bases in nebraska and texas. all passengers will be quarantined for two weeks. at least 563 people have died from coronavirus in china. more than 28,000 are sick. a newborn in china is the youngest person to be infected. the infant tested positive just 30 hours after birth. the newborn's mom has coronavirus but it's not clear if the virus was passed on in the womb or after birth. in the u.s. there are 12 cases. one confirmed yesterday in wisconsin. this morning 178 americans are being quarantined at travis air force base after their plane from wuhan, china landed yesterday.
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the cdc reports a child on the plane had a fever and was taken to hospital. the other passengers are staying at a hotel on the base. daisy roth shared these photos of her room. her husband said his wife and daughters were visiting family in wuhan. >> they arrived at the airport at 3:00 p.m. on tuesday, and they did not take off until more than 24 hours later. and that's an airport with no shops open. it was just waiting and getting their temperature taken. it was really exhausting for my wife and daughters. >> everyone in quarantine at travis will be continually screened for coronavirus. you can learn more about the symptoms of the coronavirus and how you can protect yourself by going to our website, president trump addressing his impeachment acquittal at the national prayer breakfast at washington, d.c. and he's taking an apparent victory lap. here is the president coholdingp copies of "usa today" and the
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"washington post" both featuring headlines of his acquittal. about 20 minutes ago we watched live as the president took the mic and slammed democrats for the impeachment proceedings. >> as everybody knows, my family, our great country, and your president have been put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people. >> the president will speak to the nation at 9:00 this morning from the white house. we'll bring you those remarks in an abc news special report. happening today, san francisco's public works boss, mohammed nuru will appear in court to face public corruption charges. he will appear with nick bovis who the feds also indicted for involvement in the schemes. according to the website mission local, fbi officials visited the planning department yesterday, and they were searching for files related to the 555 fulton street project. the u.s. attorney alleges that
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the chinese billionaire behind the project wined and dined nuru in a pay for play scheme to win city approval for the project. jurors will hear more testimony today in the trial of the man accused of stabbing b.a.r.t. passenger nia wilson to death. the jury watched surveillance video yesterday and it shows a man who police say is the suspect, john cowell, stabbing wilson and her sister from behind. it happened at the macarthur b.a.r.t. station in july of 2018. wilson's mom was in court and said she couldn't bear to watch the video. >> they didn't do anything, any didn't see him or react to him. pure evil. >> wilson's sister survived the attack and at one point the judge kicked cowell out of the courtroom because of outbursts. he was eventually allowed to come back in. google will be allowed to take part in the san francisco pride parade. organizers last night decided not to move forward with the ban on the tech company. sf pride members held a nonbinding vote last month to restrict the tech titans participation.
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some were upset over how google treated lbgtq employees. organizers rescinded the idea saying they spoke with google and they made some changes. >> everyone is saying we want to be in your parade. well, you need to hear what our community is saying about the organization and we're going to hold their feet to the fire. >> there were also calls to ban the alameda sheriff's department because of how it handled the eviction of moms for housing. the sf pride board president said that is not true and the department has actually never been a part of the parade. local scientists join the fight against coronavirus. the powerful technology they're using to unlock its secrets. and looking at the new york stock exchange, we're slightly up, up about 20 points. and turning your driver's license photo into an insta worthy pick. how are you going to do it, mike? >> just like that. >> you have to practice.
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you have to practice before you go in. >> i can't pull that off. >> i believe in you. >> have you seen pictures of me? not good. let's look outside. it's better to see me in person. let's look at what's going on. 37 in santa rosa. we have 38 in sunnyvale. 36 in mountain view. the coolest spots in morgan hill, 33. going to san jose, 41 degrees. we have 40 in newark. 48 in san francisco. look at those mid to upper 30s in the north bay and into the east bay. so it's cool out there. just not as cool as it has been. notice the winds, calm on the smidge as we look off towards the peninsula. patchy fog around novato and half moon bay. the rest of us are clear and not much to talk about for your commute planner weather-wise. north bay, 36, a bit of fog through 9:00. then we'll start lifting the sunshine, 45. 58 at 11:00. 66, a 30 degree spread in the
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winter? that's pretty impressive but also shows how dry the ground and air is. so -- or ground and air are. east bay, 40s through 9:00. 60 to 64 during the afternoon hours. here's san francisco, we're at 48 at 9:00, near 60 for the warmest hour at 3:00, down to 53 at 7:00. a couple more days of warming coming up in the accuweather seven-day forecast. jobina? >> following a major crash in scotts valley, it's going to be a big slowdown for people moving through the santa cruz mountains involving four cars here. one person is trapped inside one of the vehicles. the crash is on the northbound and southbound side of 17 past vine hill road. all of the lanes in the southbound direction are shut down now. i was on the phone with the chp officer about this a few minutes ago, they are still working on updates to see how many lanes are blocked on the northbound side. expect delays in this area. moving up to the dumbarton bridge, westbound 84 at mid-span, a stalled car there.
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you can expect a slowdown. 14, 12 miles per hour approaching that stall. once you make it through, speeds about 25 miles per hour. all the way up to vallejo, another crash between a semi and one car, westbound 37 past mare island. this is where the two lanes become one lane. that's blocked as well. expect delays. leaving you on a positiv
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let's look at that school day forecast. what you will see is seasonal chilly temperatures but quiet. 35 to 45. fog around novato and half moon bay. mid to upper 50s at 11:00. comfortable temperatures, 58 to 64 this afternoon. look at all the 60s. a lot of mid to upper 60s across the state. 57 in eureka. 73 in palm springs.
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57 in yosemite. let's look at the seven-day forecast, other than a chance of flurries, tuesday, wednesday, thursday. all right. thanks. hollywood has lost a star of its golden era. kirk douglas died in los angeles yesterday. he was 103. douglas made a career out of playing tough guys. he starred in films like "spartacus," "the bad and the beautiful" and lust for life. douglas was nominated for three oscars and later received an honorary oscar. his son, michael douglas, said on instagram he set a standard for all of us to aspire to. dad, i love you so much. i'm so proud to be your son. lawrence livermore lab is trying to figure out what makes the coronavirus tick.
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scientists have been putting in long hours and are creating a 3-d image of the proteins at the core of the coronavirus. they're looking for a spot where anti bodies can attack it. there's one problem, the structure of the key protein this want to target is not known. so they're using a protein from a close cousin of the virus, the sars virus. >> they're highly similar. we can find things that binds to it and neutralizes it. >> the lab is using a super computer rated the second most powerful in the world. costco is coming to pleasanton. according to the east bay times, the city council approved a measure to establish a new development project it involves a 40 acre site along johnson drive between stone ridge drive and i-580. the city plans to add a costco, hotels and a drive-thru coffee shop among other retailers. now your morning money
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report, spotify is expanding its podcast business. the streaming company is buying the ringer, a sports and entertainment podcast company founded by bill simmons. this is the fourth podcast company that spotify purchased in the past year. >> let's look at your stocks. we're slightly down after being slightly up a few minutes ago. yesterday we were way up. so it looks like something has changed. happening today, queen elizabeth is celebrating a major milestone. today marks 68 years since she became queen. buckingham palace tweeted video and a message saying on this day in 1952 the queen ascended to the throne on the death of her father. it shows her during her first engagement. she was 27 years old when she was crowned. show is ready to celebrate her 94th birthday. that comes in april. >> wait, reggie. you showed me yours. look at mine. >> let me see.
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this is your license. you are cute. this has a different state on it. >> don't call me out. >> we need to get this together and have you living your california life. >> you know what? i'll have a california picture. because i'm going to have options. >> it's going to be better, especially if we get to redo our photos. >> yes. it could soon be possible. a new state bill would let you take up to three pictures and pick the one you like the best. each new photo will cost you $5. if it's passed, the change could go into effect by january 1, 2022. a similar bill was introduced in 2018 but for whatever reason that did not go anywhere. >> that's the first time i've seen that state's license. oh. glad to be in california. >> i still have the peach on
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mine. >> oh. i used to have one of those, too. >> we are still following this issue in scotts valley. four cars involved in this crash. all lanes in the southbound direction are closed right now. one lane on northbound 17, this is past vine hill road. we do know at this point, according to the chp officer that i spoke to, at least one person is trapped inside a vehicle there. we're working to find out more information. you can expect delays there. westbound 84 at the mid-span, the dumbarton bridge, everyone, there is a stall. so it is going to take you quite awhile to make your way towards the peninsula. speeds down to 14 and 12 miles per hour because of that. speeds back up once you get through. moving over to vallejo, still looking at this crash between one car and a semi, this is westbound 37 past mare island. expect delays in this area and in walnut creek, live look showing you 680. mike, i know that it looks good right now, i'm checking out the mountains and the sky, it looks beautiful. can't wait for the weather
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today. >> great. i'm happy to hear that. always ready to deliver good news. here's what's going on from mount tam. you can see how quiet the morning is. it's milder, still seasonally cool out there. a milder afternoon with temperatures well above average. a dry cold front will bring us a blustery sunday and monday morning but not a chance of rain. it's absent once again from the seven-day forecast. the reason why, there's plenty of activity in the pacific, look at this ridge, this blocking area of high pressure that sends the storms up into alaska, over into canada and down on to the east side of the rockies. in it the eastern third of the country they're dealing with heavy rain and snow. you may have to have some delays if you're trying to head that way. here's a look at the exploratorium, 1 to 7 degrees above average. 59 at half moon bay. 60 at san francisco. the rest of us around 62 to 66 degrees. tonight, a little bit more fog out there. temperatures running from 38 in fairfield to san francisco, 46. my accuweather seven-day
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forecast, just as warm tomorrow, maybe even a degree or two warmer. cooler onshore breezes saturday, but still a nice day to be outside. blustery sunday into monday and warm and calm again for tuesday. there's a bit of snow up in tahoe. let's talk about it. here's jobina. >> thank you. good morning. it's time for the toyota tahoe traffic report. so let's check out our situation here with the highways. all looking great. no chains required for any of them. that's good news making your way up there this morning. squaw alpine, north star and heavenly, just a little over three hours to get to those resorts. these drive times are coming from san francisco, so if you live north of here, probably in a better situation. our base totals here, 29 inches to 59 inches for heavenly. 43 to 95 for squaw alpine. moving over to sugar bowl, sierra at tahoe, just under 3 hours for those drive times. kirkwood, 3 hours and 22 minutes. kirkwood has 57 to 54 inches of
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snow. our san francisco dogs bougie to the bone. >> a new bakery is selling luxury dog treats that includes an organic birthday cake. it's called mishka. the doggy bakery makes birthday cakes of chicken, beef, turkey and lamb. they're $65. >> oh. >> they are. >> but they're quality. >> they're $65. >> yeah. >> but look what you can do. look how cute that dog is. >> look at these photos. >> oh. >> this is what it's about. instagram. >> mm-hmm. >> taking pictures with the cake and your best friend dog and then putting it on instagram. the bakery also has smaller treats. they have gold leaf on them. those range from $12 to $26 if you're not ready to buy the $65 cake. reviews are mostly
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i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. it's 6:55, whether you're just joining us or about to go out the door, here's 7 things to know before you go. the chp is investigating the second freeway shooting on interstate 880 in the east bay in less than 24 hours. the latest shooting happened at 23rd avenue in oakland. a car was hit with several bullets. nobody was hurt. number two, a fire burned a container truck at the port of oakland overnight. firefighters extinguished the blaze within minutes.
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more planes carrying coronavirus evacuees from china will land in the u.s. today. they'll land in nebraska and techs. number four, president trump attended the national prayer breakfast this morning and waved copies of newspapers featuring headlines of his acquittal. he will address the nation at 9:00 this morning. number five, thick fog around novato, visibility is a half mile. a little bit along the coast. sunshine the rest of the afternoon. temperatures in the upper 50s to mid 60s. >> number six, a major crash in scotts valley on northbound and southbound 17 past vine hill road. four cars involved here. someone is trapped inside. all lanes southbound are blocked. keanu reeves is back in the bay area. look. look. you can barely see him at the bottom of the screen. now it's gone. he was spotted in san francisco's chinatown chooti sh the matrix 4.
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hopefully they got some lunch there. that's my brother's favorite spot. >> really? >> yeah. >> i haven't been there before. >> we'll be back in 25 minutes with another update. "good morning america" is next. have a
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good morning, america. as we join you this thursday morning, that major winter storm on the move with tornadoes, flash flooding and heavy snow. winter storm warning, 24 states on alert as that severe weather barrels east bringing more than a foot of snow to texas, dangerous winds to new orleans. >> oh, god. get in the elevator. get in the elevator! >> now the south on tornado watch, and the east bracing for flash flooding from florida to new jersey. breaking ranks, president trump acquitted celebrating a victory in the impeachment trial. but mitt romney defying the party line vote. >> the president is guilty of an appalling abuse of public trust. >> the first senator to ever vote to remove a president of his own party.


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