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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> a look at conditions in lake tahoe right now. yes, the skies are clear. another storm is arriving today about to dump more white powder on to the beautiful slopes. >> thanks for joining us. i am natasha zouves. >> i am kristen sze. >> it will change in a matter of hours with a storm before the afternoon storm, though, you will see rain and snow in lake tahoe. >> a look at the clouds starting to turn gray over san francisco right now. meteorologist mike nicco is joining us with a a first look at the next storm. >> good morning, everyone. hard to believe we have rain
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coming in especially when you look at sunshine. look at what is going on with live doppler hd. the next storm is closer to come to shore north, and over the next six hours it drops through the north bay into the heart of the bay just in time for the evening commute. it is going to be white but it will cause issues getting around as it wets. streets starting at 5 o'clock the best chance is across the north pay through the evening lander, scattered and light and 7:00 to 9:00, can getting even lighter as we head through look and temperatures will drop from the mid-50 to upper 50s this afternoon into to upper 40s to low 50s this evening were the enjoy the sunshine while it is here and rain is on the way. >> can you believe it? this is someone's dream home piling it for $2 million and never got to move in before this happened. we were at the emergency -- legislation last week in san francisco. today, real progress is made to figure out what caused this mess.
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our reporter is here with an update. >> yes, they are getting closer to the answer, find the answer, of how this started. you can see the drilling, they hope it will reveal how much water is underground and how it got there. >> it has been nearly a week since ron am's dream home was demolished and is confident of what caused the sliding hillside. >> water main appears to be the cause. >> he is waiting for kill place weapon the crews drill, which will determine how much water is underground and at what level the water came in. all the water, unfortunately, found its way on to my rot and the adjacent property, and the properties downhill. >> it is estimated that water leaked million of gallons and the san francisco public utilities commission shut off the water main on saturday, and since that time, he said the hillside has been rapidly drying. >> we lost my home but hopefully
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we can save the hills and the over homes. >> neighbors are puzzleed why no one knew in was a puzzle. >> you just don't expect this. >> the company said if they are responsible they will take full federal responsibility and the home owner said he will be able to rebuild the home on the site. >> thank you, john it -- janet. >> two people have contracted bacterial meningitis. two undergraduates have been diagnosed with the illness, one infected and one diagnosis today with the blood stream infection. both have been admitted to a local hospital. the crust will hold a vaccination event tomorrow to protect against infection at no confident to students. the school is cleaning the dorms
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where they stayed. >> a santa clara private school was shut down after the school year founded in 1975, a small catholic high school. the bishop said that they cannot afford to keep it open and the statement said that the decision has been difficult made if light of a significant accumulate deficit, dechildren enrollment, and the inability to raise funds to stabilize and sustain operations. parents have started a petition to try to keep st. lawrence open. >> a combination of elected officials led by walnut creek state senator to oppose new taxes for bart including a multi-billion dollar proposal the age is seeking to improve their deteriorating infrastructure. he has been a vocal critic of bart accusing the transportation agency of mismanaging funds and not being transparent with the public. >> we are not powerless we have the right to say no and an entire transit system to reinvest. we will not give them billions
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in new taxes to waste it on irresponsible actions. >> the bart board is considering asking voters for anywhere from $2.5 to $4.5 billion to replace rails and replace crumbling tunnels. it cannot be spent on new train cars. >> broncos rookie ryan murphy is home after being sent home over investigation of a prostitution ring. a woman was followed from a room at a hotel 6 in san jose to a waiting car where murphy and his where were sitting. he was detained and questioned and released. the brother was cited for trafficking. the coach said it would be hard to prepare without him. >> i dealt with it yesterday and obviously disappointed for the young man, but, we are focused on what we have to do football-wise and going for work
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and getting interest our routine. we moved on. >> several process constitution stings have take were place because of the super bowl in the last week, and ten men so for have been cited. >> super bowl 50 security is a hot topic. in an hour the secretary of the department of homeland security will join the police chiefs of santa clara and san francisco to provide important information for fans who plan to attend the big game. emergency command centers in the south bay and in san francisco have been activated for the week and law enforcement from around the united states have con veteran on the pay area to provide support. also new this morning open help is -- episcopal -- espn is in high gear broadcast live. super bowl city is open for the day with a few usually birds. but, some could be drawn to the marina where we find our reporter, amy hollyfield. amy?
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>> yes, you could not blame him if they came here. it is not a bad place to be and espn figured that out. look at this limit studio city they have created here on san francisco's waterfriend. an impressive information. so many people. so many lits. a couple of statements. it is cool. they were early this morning getting ready for the profit. they will do 45 hours of profiting from here although the super bowl is not here, who can resist the views? the bridge. alcatraz. it is picture-esque. they want you to come down here and add to the show. they would love a live audience. tourists here for the game say this is just adding to the energy of the week. >> it is sensational. it is exciting. san francisco is a beautiful city. it should be great. >> how has san francisco be as a
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host? >> unbelieve average. people are so friendly. just saying we would love to live here. >> makes you proud to live here were the shows are free and open to the public and start at 11:30 so in a few minutes with nfl insider and then nfl live and they will be here through the day but those are the from primary nfl shows here today through sunday. look at this, the smell will be ties you if you views don't, they are smocking meat in the middle of the studio, and espn has creature comforts while they are on the road profiting will wrap up at 8:00 tonight and they will be here through sunday soen you are out for the eke or just look for something to do pop on over and give a shut out to the espn shows. >> we might do that. coverage from marina green continues today at 4:00, larry
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beale will broadcast hive with the espn personals he for the big game. >> there are plenty of big nfl stars at the nfl experience at moscone center and a bay area native giving huge attention is a little girl. matt colder is at moscone center. there are hundreds of kids enjoy the super bowl experience. >> the 2016 zone. i am in the carr jersey and in the end, a player from the 49ers, when did we allow you in there? you cannot hit me hard. if i tube off the raiders jersey you would hit me less hard? here i go. all right. at the end, and again. what about you? can you dance for me?
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what is your end zone celebration? there we go. that is nice much the kids are the real professionals, several hundred from around the bay area because they committed and are playing 60 minute as day and one is marlow, an elementary school student from san jose who is the nfl super bowl contest winner. the big of the prize is happened off the game ball to the officials at super bowl 50. >> a little nervous. all of these fans are going to be watching me on television and at the stadium so it will be hectic but...i will find a way. >> as a kid when i would have a chance of getting in contact with anyone in the professional level it was a big expense of my life and i remember it to this day. >> all the kids here have completeed the challenge of the month led up to the super bowl after playing here and the zone they will have a flag football game later on with ament of the
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nfl players and though are here which is great and the only thing i need right now is directions to the training room. >> thank you, matt. well done, matt. he had personal trainer at end. and now, our app is one-stop shopping everything you need to know about super bowl 50, with the best food, everything, so enable the push alerts for the instant latest updates. >> it looks fun. >> lottery jackpot dream: $63 million winning ticket about to be gone. all the sent for a missing girl forced first responders to save their own. >> new diagnosis about a gridiron great gone too soon.
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the teen is still missing. >> troubling news about ken researcher believe reached blows to his head caused stage three c.t.e., he was a finalist for induction and the pro football hall of hall of fame. all the greatest cons in history is the premiere on abc7, "madoff ," the billionaire before any madoff. >> how do you get people to trust you with their money? >> madoff now is serving 150 years in prison for bilking incesters out of millions and how he master minded the biggest
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ponzi scheme ever. the original movie event starts tonight at 8:00 right here open abc7. >> another round of rain is headed our way in time for the evening commute. >> meteorologist mike nicco is ahead with the forecast. >> hour by hour look at that and you will not need the umbrella for a long-term with spring and possible record warmth ahead. all the lottery mystery learning many saying, what is
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>> walnut creek, burlingame, campbell, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> a lottery win worth $63 million is about to be worthless. the ticket was bought six months ago and they never came forward. it was bought h purchased northwest of los angeles and has until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow to show up with the winning ticket or they will forfeit the jackpot. if no one comes forward in time the money goes to california public schools. do you think they intend to do that? >> maybe. that is glass half full. >> half full of rain. >> good morning, everyone, we will look at sunshine and soak it in.
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here is a look at live doppler hd, a couple of more heavy showers off the coast with yellows and orange developing and, unfortunately for our drought, the rain will not be that happy when it is here this afternoon and in the evening. from the east bay hill camera, you can see mount tamalpais in the distance and the clouds are getting thicker as the light showers are rolling in today, and through tonight where dry pattern tomorrow and as far as heading tout sugar bowl city it will be good with a lot of sunshine is more limited and cloudy and 54 at 4:00, and scattered light showers, not a con stand rain but showers here and there and temperature are 52 degrees. on the storm impact trail well rank the storms from "1" height to "5" severe this is really low and right where less than quarter-inch and high surf and by 7:00 this evening it will last through 7:00 on friday
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morning. that could be the most dapping part of this storm. you can see it automatic way to 4:00, the best chance in the north bay and right along the peninsula coast and then it over washes us by 7:00 and maybe heavy after half moon bay but we have a lot of light to dark rain with scattered showers by 9:00 and you can see by midnight and overnight they taper by the commute tomorrow and then they are gone by 7:00. we will see increasing sunshine tomorrow. as for as the rainfall amounts, possibly...more than .1" but the east bay shoreline and the south bay and inland east bay. take a look at what happens when this passes, average high in shows is 61 for the super bowl, nearly 70 and record highs are possible on monday and tuesday and wednesday. i am forecasting in santa clara up the road, 73 degrees. for kickoff on sunday. >> low-to-mid 60s for most of us open friday and upper 60 on
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saturday saturday and the 70s take over and then maybe to the cost by monday, and upper 60s on tuesday and nine or 10 days without a chance of rain. >> sounds good to me. a survey found employee benefits and job perks make a different friend, four out of five prefer the perks over pay, including new parents at netflix get a year of maternity and paternity leave. and others get six daze of paid volunteer time off and $1,000 donated to a charity of choice. and working at twitter you get three meals a bay, and acupuncture, and im pro v classes because you need that to work out. >> how without like to get thin while eating pizza? >> it sounds too good to be tree
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not a lot of cheese. a lot of tomato theys. >> my male toppings are missing. this is not the pizza of my heart. >> but it works for him. >> wants to be a millionaire is next. have a great day. clear
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