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>> good morning to you. it's sunday, most 13th. i'm cornell barnard in for carolyn tyler. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning. we are waking up to patchy fog in the north bay. it's a much chillier spot. if you are headed out early keep that in mind. we will take you into parts of the bay area where numbers are cool with the fog. 54 oakland, 53 san jose. this morning anywhere from 3 to 13 degrees colder. and the fog is quite dense from napa, petaluma. a quarter mile. we will look for a sunny and warmer day today. start being out cooler. the sun coming up at 6:48. 50s and 60s through noontime.
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mid-70s in the warmest supposed to. and the soup he were moon has arrived tonight. tomorrow we give you the times and talk about the forecast ahead in a few minutes. carnell. >> we begin with breaking news out of new zealand where a major earthquake has rattle the the city near christ church. it was 7.8, struck after midnight local time so the tumbler was so strong it was felt 120 knows away in the tal city of wellington. new zealand civil defense has issued a tsunami warning. people near the island's east coast being told to move to higher be ground. new zealand sits on the ring of fire. more protests are planned today for proposal protesting donald trump. people are expected to form lands around lake merritt. protest begins at the 3:00. a peaceful demonstration mirror
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the mood of yesterday's protests. we have the details >> this group of demonstrators were meant by lines of highway patrol officers. this is smaller than the past nights. for some business openers of the demonstrations are putting them in a tough situation. >> a lost our guests come from outside of here. after the demonstrations stops it doesn't mean our guests come back immediately. >> he said he supports the message but it is important not to damage the businesses and customers often stay away for months after a protests. on a typical saturday night his play would have been packed. in palo alto a group of hillary clinton supporters held a vigil. a group at city hall did the same. earlier they marched from the castro to city hall. it was the second demonstration of the day with those
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participating saying they are concerned about civil rights under president-elect donald trump. >> i know he would take away immigrants' rights. he will take a way a the rights of many other people, including women. >> the demonstrations often pass by here. >> i would do anything for the city. and the fact that my business is down, i'm just going to deal with that. >> it's just something he will have to manage through. sergio quintana, abc news. >> thousands protested against trump on sat -- saturday. season people were arrested at one that numbered foreign 1,000 people. they marched down the believed and by the hotel. people took 19 people into custody in portland after it
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turned rowdy. over 50 demonstrators have been arrested this week alone up in portland. and the largest anti-donald trump protest to date happened yesterday in los angeles. police say 8,000 people filled the streets downtown. demonstrators forced officers to shut down several freeway on- and off-ramps. protesters have marched peacefully and respectfully. friday night people arrested 187 people when about with 1,000 demonstrators marched. new dedays on a heated political exchange on an airplane. >> if this is a problem with this, a rant, event, rave, there's another flight tomorrow. >> that was the pilot friday calming down a plane full of passengers before taking off from sfo to port
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rto v allarta. >> the argument started between a man and women. the woman was an immigrant the that india and didn't want to talk about politics on the plane. he continued to make hateful remarks and they asked to change seats to get away from him. >> she said look i don't want to talk about this. >> obviously i was indignant and i felt on the verge of tears but unable to actually cry. life goes on. racism sucks. and it sucks that it's there. >> the man later apologized. her motor and the man's wife hugged each other. >> one is outraged after seeing
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people hold confederate flags at a veterans ceremony friday. you see one man holding a confederate flag. the other two flags appear to be of the army of a northern virginia battle flag and one reads the south will rise again. at least two wore donald trump t-shirts. mountain view teacher has been suspended for comparing donald trump to hitler. frank is a holocaust scholar. the school's principal asked him to leave thursday after hearing complaints about the parallels he was standing. he said he stands behind comparisons and reminds people history is real. it's not clear when he will be back in the classroom. >> another concerned with trump administration are environmentalist. they feel some hard battles will be undone by the new man in the white house. we have the explanation.
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>> at the green festival quite-minded people come to learn, educate and explore all aspects of green living. many worry their way of life will change significantly once donald trump is in office. >> policies, changing laws, rules and regulations, certifications for food. we were going in the right direction and we just don't know. it's a big unknown where it's going. >> mr. trump has already vowed to roll back obama's clean power plan and is going to fill roles with people who questioned the validity of climate change. he tweeted the concept of global warning was created by and for the chinese to make u.s. manufacturing noncompetitive. >> i think it's a little crazy and a little frightening, yeah. >> professor noah studies climate change. he's examined trump's 100 day plan which calls for increasing
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fossil fuel extractions. >> if you are increasing fossil fuel, it has big implications for clean air and clean water, particularly if regulations is reduced. >> it worries those at the green festival. >> if people have the power to do something with address being the issue intelligently, are burying their heads in the sand. >> meanwhile they want to protect the environment on a larger level but they aren't sure. abc67 news. >> president-elect sturm is vowing you will hear less of him on twicer once he takes the oath of office in january. as the clock kicks down, his team that is to fill about 4,000 job. it includes former house speaker newt gingrich rich, mayor rudy giuliani and steve man common.
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reince priebus may be considered as chief of staff. >> the associate press hillary clinton thinks the e-mail probe controversy was why she failed and you can get our app to get push alerts as they happen >> drivers of getting used to big changes on one of our busiest streets this weekend. on van ness avenue "no left turn" signs were put in overnight. it's part of the van ness improvement project. starting on tuesday van ness will go from three lanes to each
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direction to just two. crews will be installing new dedicated bus lines in the middle of the road happening today, the annual veteran's day parade. this is the 96th year the city by the bay has honored veterans with a parade. this is video from last year's event. of the parade will start at north point street and the embarcadero and will wind down the embarcadero to jefferson street and finally a aquatic part. no traffic will be allowed on north point street between jefferson street and the embarcadero. the parade starts to the 11:00 and is scheduled to end at 1:00. a nice day for the parade, right? >> yes, beautiful. and it is much cool early out there. >> and less humid. >> it's chilly but yes have fog in the north bay. here's a look outside from the exploratorium camera. one of the warmer locations it here by the water. it's 47 in livermore, the
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coolest spot. we are going to talk about how long these mild, sunny days last and our next chance of rain in a few minutes. >> lisa, thank you. also neck, a group of bay area musicians ditching an overseas toure' to stay right here in the u.s. and try to heal wounds left behind by a divisive election. a look at the sky tonight and you will get a better glimpse of the moon than you will in the
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♪. >> the san francisco gay minutes chorus seen here from their website was planning to take their 40th anniversary tour to far huff off places. >> we have as much work to do at home as we would do abroad. >> the director tim seelig rehearses with the members at their office. ♪ >> the chorus is now planning to tour the red states instead. places like mississippi, alabama and tennessee and visit communities faced with discrimination. >> we want to go to those places that are still strongholds of this kyle of discrimination and bigotry and bring our voice and encourage the people there with our music and also hopefully change some hearts and minds. >> the tour will begin in the summer of 2018, right before midterm elections. chorus members say their songs are a form of activism.
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singing together has helped them heel and they say the fierce many in the gay community fear about a trump energy. >> there was such a change in energy in the course when we started thinking about this. all of a sudden we were engaged, active, we were doing something. >> meanwhile friends pass out what they call notes of peace. they say we love you and we are here for you. >> i'm hoping we pass out the notes and people see that the other people around them within their communities care about them and love them and are looking out for them. >> at dolores park, strangers embrace for a giant group hug. another way some activists are trying to spread love, not hate. abc7 news >> hundreds of people protesting the construction of a pipeline in north dakota are getting ready for a long, cold winter. a large encampment is set up on the standing rock sioux reservation. they are suing to stop the pipeline construction. they say he would endanger
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sacred sites and drinking water sources and accuse the government of violating the clean water act. volunteers drove here all the way from north carolina to help and are building temporary shelters that can protect the protesters from the harsh north dakota winters. >> they can handle 100 miles per hour winds, heavy snow loads, and it seems like that's some of what they are getting here. >> the shelters are called yurts and they are made of canvas, wood and reflective foil for insulation. >>. and we have a new way to serve and protect us ♪ >> yesterday a dedication ceremony was held at the new pleasanton memorial at the cemetery. it feature a bronze statue of a world war i marine kneeling to honor his fallen comrades. there are flag poles to honor
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each branch of the service. >> the time is long, long overdue that we here in pleasanton pay our proper respects to those men and women whoever defended us and our freedom. >> that memorial took two years to complete. it cost $320,000. most of the money was raised by local veterans. good for them. a familiar site to many history buffs and tourists is back at their home port in san francisco's fishermen's wharf. the uss ship returned to pier 45 after undergoing maintenance. it serves as a floating museum. the museum curators plan to reopen it to visitors this coming wednesday >> if you look up to the sky at tonight's super moon, you are in for a rare treat. this was a look from our roof camera earlier. through tomorrow the moon will be the biggest and brightest it
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will ever be until 2034, believe it or not. that's because the moon is about 30,000 miles closer to the earth than a usually is. it will reach it's closest point just before 3:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. we are looking at some fog once again in the north bay. here's live doppler 7. it's certainly much cooler and we are looking at quarter mile visibility for you in petaluma. half-mile santa rosa and napa just over a mile. half moon bay not too bad. as you look at the golden gate bridge, it's better than it was yesterday at this time. still we will look at the fog for the next several hours. it's 57 in san francisco, 54 oakland. good morning mountain view, 52 for you. upper 40s from gilroy to half moon bay. as we look -- this was a pretty good picture from our sutro tower cam. you can kind of begin to see a little day light here. 49 santa rosa and fairfield and 58 napa and novato. upper 40s for livermore. the sun doesn't come up until
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about 6:47, 6:46. we will see the coolest temperatures even after 7:00. we will speck the numbers to drop a few more degrees. the atmosphere is dryer and colder. we do have the fog. a slight chance of a shower mainly in the north bay on tuesday afternoon. that should carryover into wednesday. but amounts are light and it's something that really will bring the temperatures down dramatically. if you are headed in the sierra nevada, some very gusty conditions. hour by hour you will notice the fog mainly in the north bay. here we are, 5:00 in the morning. and as we go through the next few hours, it sits over the bay until about 8:00. elsewhere the peninsula, south bay, not much to deal with. the bulk of the bay nice and sunny and temperatures coming up quite a bit. today will be the warmest day of the week. tomorrow still quite nice with plenty of 70s from concord to san jose. a little bit of cooling heads
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into the bay. but still plenty of sunshine. and then it looks like we will be looking at the dramatic change in terms of the temperatures. so we talk about the moon. it hasn't been this big and bright since 70 years. and you will notice that probably last night you saw it. it was nice and bright out there. once again tonight through monday you get to enjoy that. and then as we go through tuesday, this is the next storm system whereby 1:00 in the afternoon we will certainly have increasing clouds, but the rain chances favor the north bay. and then through wednesday we could see a pop-up shower right through the afternoon down into san francisco. but we are only talking a couple hundreds, and behind it talking about the much, much cooler air. 75 today. mild in santa clara and san jose. 77 in morgan hill. low 70s arrive for you on the peninsula. it's going to be a beautiful day there. 68 downtown. so that is certainly warmer than it should be for this time. year. 71 vallejo. 6 bodega bay, and low 70s hayward and oakland. 73 union city.
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and 74 fremont today. you head inland, more mid-70s. the accuweather seven-day forecast today, tomorrow almost a carbon copy. sunny, mild, increasing clouds and maybe showers north bay tuesday. a leftover shower chance on wednesday. tool, fall weather arrives for thursday and friday. so definitely feeling like the season as we get into next week. all we have to do now is bring in some rain. >> yeah, more rain. and the super moon will be its brightest tomorrow morning super early. >> that's right >> i may have to get up and check that out. maybe in the 3:30*. just ahead, a winter tradition in the north bay. and even without any winter
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>> no credit, no problem. that's the advertising slogan that's going upscale. there's a new credit advertising that you probably haven't heard of. michael finney can tell us all about that. >> a medical bill payment can ruin your credit score. but missing a mobile phone payment doesn't. if you pay your mortgage on time it helps your credit score. but paying your rent on time doesn't. credit histories, scores, and lending guidelines are all subjective, and that is nothing new. >> these concerns stretch back decades. lenders used to physically draw a red line on a map and color in the area in the middle and then refuse loans to anyone living in the shaded area. >> called red lining,, it put
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poor and other communities at a disadvantage. >> we don't need a map, today we have algorithms to make it happen. >> he was just awarded a grant for his work with the san francisco mission asset fund. >> you basically need credit to get credit. but if you don't have a credit score, you can't get credit so there really is a place you can get stuck. >> he and mission asset fund now make sure credit reporting companies hear about it. >> i'm just telling you right now, it is hard out here for a brother trying to get his credit score raised. it is hard. >> patrick brown joined mission asset fund and is getting results. >> this is a different type of credit that actually supports like rise youing my credit score. >> and now the biggest player in credit scoring, fica, has come up with a way to score the tens of millions who are now called credit invisible. >> it looks at alternative data
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like how people pay their phone bills, utilities and other property and public record information. >> fico-xd rolled out about six months ago. >> it's being received very well by lender. they are in the process, many are in the process of validating it and testing it. >> sasha is with the green lining institute which works to overcome the lingering effects of red lining. she's not so sure a new score by the same old players is progress. >> a solution would be that credit reports and scores accurately reflect the life experience of all consumers, not just your cookie cutter consumer but looking at folks working toward get to go the american dream or their version of the american dream. >> for more information on the new scoring techniques go to my facebook page. there you will find a conversation that goes into more detail. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> animal activists of fighting back against a government trapping program at lake tahoe.
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>> to take an established bear in his own territory and move him to a completely foreign area, he doesn't know where the food is, he doesn't know where the water is, that's a crime against nature hanks is going on here? the i-team investigates coming up tonight on the abc7 news at 11:00 p.m. just because we live in california doesn't mean we can't enjoy one of the winter season's one of the biggest pleasures. we were at walnut creek for the opening week of walnut creek on ice. it's on pacific drive and north broadway. the young skaters have advice for those hitting the ice for the first time. >> stay calm and don't get upset if you fall because it doesn't matter how good you are, it just matters that you have fun. >> yeah, and stay close to the railing. that's my motto. yesterday was the children's winter festival at the rink. the first 250 people got in free. regular admission is $15 for the
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rest of the season. still to come on abc7 mornings, today marks the one-year anniversary since the devastating terror attacks in paris. the french president commemorated the anniversary. >> why did the bay bridge meetering light seem so slow? i'm
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lift up your head and keep moving or let the paranoia haunt you? everybody lack confidence, everybody lack confidence i keep my fee-fi-fo-fum i keep my heart undone the strong in me, i still smile.
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>> good morning to you. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> good morning to you. check out these temperatures. it's chilly with numbers dropping into the upper 40s not only in the north bay, but the livermore valley. we will drop more before we get into warming. 11 degrees warming half moon bay with six mile visibility.
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look at napa and oakland and livermore. we have lower relative humidity and that means a dryer atmosphere. quarter mile visibility. napa at three quarters of a mile. looking a the a lot of sunshine. sun comes up not until 6:48. it will be climbing through the 60s through noontime under sunny skies. mild temperatures warmer today. more sunshine. highs in the mid-70s and the sun sets before 5:00. we will talk about the chance of rain coming up in our seven-day outlook in a few minutes. cornell. >> lisa, thank you very much. we are starting this -- today is the one-year anniversary of the terror attacks in paris that killed 130 people. now a national day of commemoration. the french president and the mayor of paris in each. seven locations where the attacks happened. the plaques are etched with the names of the victims. last night sting performed at a
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concert at the theater. the first event at the theater since the night when 89 people were killed. a new abc news washington post poll finds that 74 americans accept donald trump's election as legitimate. president elect trump stayed out of the public eye again yesterday. he worked privately to build a white house staff with his transition team. this comes as activists showed no signs of stopping his protests against his upset win. we have the report. >> reporter: as protesters strain at the barricades surrounding his namesake tower, donald trump's guilded penthouse may feel more like a guilded cage [chanting] >> for a fourth straight day crowds in the streets raising their signs and voices against the president-elect. >> i don't want him appointing supreme court justices. >> it's been getting out and protesting, making your voices heard.
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>> from coast-to-coast, signs and popular are resistance to the populist president in waiting. demonstrations mostly peaceful but some protesters clashed with police. donald trump was out of the public eye for a second day saturday in his manhattan inpenthouse that now resembles a guard house, patrolled by heavily armed police. headquarters for team trump, as they put together their new administration. >> the mood is excellent. we are working really hard to help form a government. >> when will we marry from the president elect trump? >> the next couple of days. right now he's enjoying times with his family, receiving many visitors, receiving many phone calls. his senior team is with him almost nonstop. >> meanwhile trump telling 60 minutes that when he's president he will be more careful about all those tweets. >> i will be very restrained, if i use it at all. i will be very restrained. >> chuck severson, abc news, new york. >> the anti-trump protests will
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likely be discussed on "this week." one of george's guests will be rudy giuliani, the advice chair for the transition team. he's rumored to be in line for attorney general. it airs right here on abc7 at 8:00. happening today the election of donald trump has spawned yet another call for unity. a national day of healing and reconciliation is being held today in washington, d.c. a call for the country to come together. the event will be held in san jose at the center for spiritual living. that's in the willow glen area on clark street. the viewing begins at 12:30 this afternoon. >> yesterday morning we found out what lane is faster to the bay bridge toll plaza. fast track or cash? getting that far, of course, was only part of the commute
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challenge. once you get through you have to deal with the metering lights. abc7's alexis smith got insight into why certain drivers have an advantage on their morning traffic. >> ask my commuter and they will tell you how much they hate the bay bridge metering lights. >> they ares cause of traffic. if they let it go flow-free like everywhere else we would be fine. >> i understand what they are trying to do by sometimes it makes things worse. >> i believe they are very, very poorly run and they really cause a lot of congestion. >> but are they? from sky 7 you can see what happens. cars come through, as many as 16 lanes at the toll plaza. their rose to twelve at the metering lights and five lanes across the bridge. we wanted to know how much time those metering lights may be costing drivers. so we used sky 7 to find out we conducted our own time challenge with two abc7 news cars. the car with the red 7 took the fast cash lane. >> the blue car, the cash car, approaching it now. >> they made it to the follow
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plaza a and metering lights in 3 minutes. cash lane took nearly four times as long, 11 minutes. >> the metering lights cycle a little faster for the fast track only lanes. >> john goodwin is request the met poll it toon transportation commission. he said fast track drivers are given an advantage. the no merge lanes and faster metering lights. >> we need to increase the through-put, make the whole operation more efficient for cash payers and fast track customers. >> the metering lights were installed to help keeping the bridge from being grid locked. since then the bay area grew by 2.3 million people and there's been only one significant change to the heights. that was a minor hardware and software upgrade in 19820. now, 36 years later, bay area traffic managers are looking to upgrade those linking lights. >> inside caltran's traffic management center in oakland they keep close tabs on the bay area roadways. when traffic increases on the bay bridge, they turn on the metering lights manually.
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>> all we do is we punch in the metering rate and hit the send button, and the lights will start cycling. >> as you can see, it's pretty low tech. now the m t.c. and caltrans are working on a $7 million upgrade of the bay bridge metering light. when complete, they say traffic will move more smoothly on to the bridge. th new lights will take advantage of the latest smart metering technology. sense sons or the highway talk and they keep traffic moving. >> it's hard to think the bay bridge toll plaza as an on ramp, but the idea is to take proven technologies of that been used to meter traffic flow on existing on ramps. just make it big and put it out there on the bay bridge toll plaza. >> they hope to complete the metering grade upgrades by the end of next year. alexis smith, abc7 news. >> alexis has your traffic covered every morning. and a hidden killer in one of the most popular breeze of dogs.
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desperate search to find a medical break through for golden retrievers. a live look from our roof cam. a beautiful shot. lisa argen will have your forecast coming up in a few minutes.
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>> a man had plenty of company when he walked his dying dog for the last time. hundreds of people turned out at port beach in southwestern england to join mark woods and his dog, walnut. he defeated walk with walnut and invited others before the terminally ill whippet was put
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to please. he cradled him. despite his illness he lived to a ripe old age of 18. that's very sweet. >> that old for a dog? >> it is old. >> holy cow. >> a good life. i was getting excited for the rain but i guess i should curb by enthusiasm. >> unless you are headed way north tuesday. we still look out ten to two weeks and things are getting asking for next weekend. right here, right now, emeryville. temperatures in the mid-50s. over in oakland and hayward. those are one of the milder locks with upper 40s continuing to slip into the mid-40s for livermore and santa rosa. we will talk about the warmup today and the rain chances, as we look ahead. >> also i head, stanford's christian mccaffrey in eugene. mike shu
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kickoff is at 1:25. big game week is officially here with rival stanford and cal battleling at memorial stadium next saturday. no kickoff time is set for the 119th meeting. last night the bears were hoping to snap a two-game losing streak against washing tongue state. here's mike shumann with the sports. >> cal bears hosted by washington state in a battle of air-raid offense. the coaches worked together. this is like two brothers and their teams facing off. cal started with a game with three and out. and on the ensuing punt, caleb gets it to the a 25. finds the seam. second quarter cal down 14-0. davis web to in order dan. 8-yard touchdown pass on the quick post. 14 liver 7, cougars. later in the quarter, the 22-yard strike. 21-7, and is the route on?
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he's just getting started. cal's missed field goal and a pick off in the end zone. cal down 28-7 at the half. third quarter. to the end zone for the third time. 35-7. 425 yards, 3tds, 19 yards. the nephew of the head coach made it 35-14. however, he isn't done yet. 16 yards. two td catches and became the pac-12 he's all-time reception leading with 295. they lead the pac-12 north. stanford and eugene facing oregon. who are you going to call? christian mccaffrey. he has speed. 61-yard store. and colin chris, 19626. 258 yards and three touchdowns. 68 yards here. whiteside with 168 yards receiving.
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21-0 cardinals. got on the board right before of the end of the quarter. he goes 41 yards. 21-6 ballgame. but stanford extends their lead in the second quarter. kris, 7-yard toss to michael richter. 31-6 cardinals. mc caffery, who it three tds the first half. the run here. to the thirty quarter after an oregon turnover. kris hit as he throws. connects again for the 15-yard touchdown. stanford wins big, and improving to 7-3. is that correct and lightning to tampa. the shot, initially stopped by ben bishop, but three players crash into the net. check it out. the puck ends up inside after a long replay review. they will call it a goal, 1-0 sharks. no doubt about the goal later in the period. chris tierney fights for the puck. finds wingels in front of the net.
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goals in back-to-back games, 2-0. and two screen their own goalie. marc-edouard vlasic goes top shelf. they win the third straight, 3-1, the final. raiders have a bye week. and 49ers in arizona. i will have toes details later. have a great day. >> good morning. waking up to chillier conditions and fog has been confined to the north bay. here's a look the you notice with the half-mile visibility. santa rosa and napa could be a little dicey. seven miles half moon bay. a live look outside. we are looking at san jose 101 where it is clear and much cooler for everyone. upper 40s half moon bay and gilroy with low 50s mountain view, san jose. average high this time of year in mountain view is 66 degrees. you should be about 8 degrees before average today. and another vantage point, it is quiet here in the city. and temperatures are really one of the mildest right here by the water. 49 santa rosa and napa, as well
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as fairfield and livermore. 53 in concord. so big temperature spread today from your morning lows to your afternoon highs. the golden gate bridge, no problem here with the good visibility. there is fog along the coast it is patchy. could be moving around a bit until we get to the midmorning hours. so be adviced of that. sunny and mild this afternoon. we have a slight chance of showers in the north bay on tuesday. and then by wednesday looks like perhaps we could see some of that activity slip into the san francisco. it's not going to be a lot, and as we go through the day today, there's our fog. it has been stubborn in the north bay. by 8:00 it kind of drifts over the san pablo bay, into san francisco, richmond perhaps. but by the early part of the afternoon, late morning we are sunny. it should be a very nice day. so we will skip ahead to your monday where we will have patchy fog in the morning. still 60s for the inland east bay. 72 for san jose. average high for you and 65.
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and in san francisco and oakland you should be in the mid-60s. so getting more like average as we go through the next several days. but look how much cooler into tuesday? this is when we are going to get into a frontal band that that will perhaps bring a few light showers. across the state looking at 60s in the northern syria. 27 in south lake. chilly. 76 fresno. 76 sacramento and upper 80s in los angeles. certainly warm there. here's the forecast model that plots out some of the rain for the afternoon on tuesday. so we will see increasing clouds through sonoma, mappa, -- nap hh and railroad minute. and a piece of energy on wednesday could allow for a few light showers. we are talk a couple hundreds, maybe .05. and 70s all along the south bay today. 72 menlo park and san mateo. san francisco warming through the upper 60s.
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four degrees above average. 65 this time of that year average in santa rosa, 7 1 for you. oakland about 6 degrees above average. 74 in antioch. the accuweather seven-day forecast looking at the sunny, warmer than average conditions today, tomorrow and tuesday. then we will see perhaps more clouds and a slight chance of showers north, lingering into wednesday. faux storm impact scale in this weak system. a cool fall day. and then right before thanksgiving maybe we will see more measurable preit sip. don't forget about the moon tonight and tomorrow. >> absolutely. i'm getting up super early tomorrow morning to check it out. >> the sooner moon. >> thanks so much. dozen of bay area dog owners are trying to save one. america's most popular breeze, golden retrievers. they are joining a nationwide study to fight back against the disease that's killing half the breed to cancer. here is natasha.
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>> you know the drill, man. >> for jerry life isn't quite complete without a golden retriever but through 25 years and 8 dogs he also knows what it's like to lose them. >> i mean, i always cry. and it takes weeks to get over it. >> pam kennedy has experienced the same pain. three of her golden retrievers died from three different types of cancer. >> all i can think of is god needs more angels. >> now pam and jerry are takine
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from chase, so you can. >> good morning to you. it's sunday, november 13th. i'm cornell barnard, in for carolyn tyler. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning.
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>> good morning, cornell. the first thing you notice is how cold it is. it is low clouds of that brought some fog to our valleys in the north bay. 49 santa rosa. 48 livermore, as well as half moon bay. that is 11 degrees colder than we were yesterday at this time. dewpoints are lower. it feels chillier because the atmosphere is dryer w that we will warm up quickly today. half-mile visibility santa rosa. less than a quarter mile petaluma. napa has a quarter mile. you see from the golden gate bridge it looks be good here with 50s and 60s by noontime. totally sunny with a beautiful afternoon. low 60s coast. mid-70s inland today. cornell. >> thank you very much, lisa. we begin with breaking news out of new zealand where a major earthquake has rattle the the city near christ church. it was 7.8, struck after midnight local time so the tumbler was so strong it was felt 120 miles away in the capital city of wellington. new zealand's civil defense has issued a tsunami warning. people near the islans


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