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>> now at 11:00, a rough ocean attempt. a coast guard and surfer and good samaritan tried to save a couple, but tonight we learned one person has died. good evening. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. it happened south of the pacifica municipal pier. >> cornell bernard is live with late details about what happened. cornell? >> reporter: dan and ama, the man who died is 60-year-old larry moore of pacifica. they say he was trying to rescue his wife who was swept into the water by a ?ieker wave. there are rn whatting signs -- there are warning signs everywhere and good samaritans jumped in to help. >> one word i heard was help. >> reporter: trevor griffith was watching the waves when he heard a woman cry for help. she was in the water struggling to stay afloat. >> i grabbed her and helped her get up the beach, but we
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were sucked back in and thrown over. >> reporter: he finally got her to safety jie. she said she was walking and was swept out and her husband tried to go in after her. >> reporter: but the man was swept out by the strong rip current. >> the wave kept taking him back in. >> reporter: firefighters searched for the man from the beach. a coast guard chopper called in to scan the shore until the man is spotted. >> they were able to lower a rescue swimmer from the helicopter into the water and grab hold of the victim. >> reporter: both victims taken to the hospital. >> we had a lot of people pass away here unform natalie. >> reporter: warning signs everywhere about the surf danger. he demonstrated how easy it is to get slammed down by the crashing waves. >> when the water drains off the beach it trips you up and sucks you into the underwater hole. >> reporter: swimmers, surfers and beachgoers, beware. abc7 news. >> because of the monstrous
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waves along the pacific coast spectators from mavericks will be banned from the beach and a nearby cliff. organizers decided that they will hold the surf competition. most waves are expected to be 13 to 14 feet and they could be 30 feet and a few breakers could top 35 to 40 feet. let's go live outside with the sutro tower camera. we have clear skies following a second day of record warmth. here is sandhya patel and live doppler 7hd. >> it didn't feel like february. warm winter weather. let me show you how warm. records were set. oakland airport 70 degrees and sfo tied, you will notice. gilroy 78 degrees also a tie. mid80s in santa cruz. live doppler 7hd is seeing clouds, but we do have a storm
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to the far away. is it going to make it? will we see any rain? i will answer those questions when i come back. >> thank you, sand yaw. the search is on for thieves who stole belts worth $10,000. a group of men and women left the store near union square without paying. an employee tried to stop them, but the thieves used force to get away. police are not saying what the force was. no one was hurt. new at 11:00, a former church leader and his wife are accused of embezzling $7 million. a federal grand jury indicted them. he handles the finances at one of their six bay area locations locations and she assisted him. chang set up a fake charity and diverted funds to it. a startling admission from bart. the transit agency acknowledged that 77% of the cameras on board its trains are fake or not working.
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abc7 news alan wang looks at what bart is going to do now. >> reporter: odds are this bart camera box is either empty or the camera doesn't work. bart officials admit 23% of its train cameras are real. the decoy cameras were installed in the 90s to deter crime. >> of the boxes functioning bart says many are loaded with vhs cameras. >> even knowing that i do still feel relatively safe on bart trains. >> reporter: in january a man was shot to death on a train pulling into the west oakland bart station. bart did not have video from the on board camera. pressure from the media forced bart to divulge the truth. >> it makes the tactic of deterrents ineffective. we will have to evolve. >> reporter: bart is preparing to spend $1.4 million to install about 470 real train cameras. >> how much more safer do you feel? >> a little bit. >> 200 train cars won't get
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cameras because bart is phasing them out next year. within 7 years all of the train cars will be replaced by a new fleet already equiped with functioning surveillance cameras. in the east bay, alan wang, abc7 news. in the race for the president, two anti-establishment candidates dominated. donald trump and bernie sanders declared victory. >> donald trump with 34% of the vote and john kasich in second and third place, still too close to call between jeb bush and marco rubio. for the democrats, bernie sanders was in front of hillary clinton by 22 points. >> marcy gonzalez picks up our coverage from new hampshire with what is next for the winners and the losers. >> no big surprises. the sphront runners -- the front runners winning the primary and they are celebrating. >> wow. >> tonight a huge victory for donald trump. >> we are not going to forget
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you. you started it. remember you started it. >> and a long anticipate -- anticipated win for bernie sanders. >> we have sent a message that will echo from wall street to washington and from maine to california. >> hillary clinton who won here in 2008 conceding tonight, but still confident. >> now we take this campaign to the entire country. we are going to fight for every vote in every state. >> john kasich predicted to come in second on the republican side. >> there is magic in the air with this campaign. >> with ted cruz, jeb bush and marco rubio in a close battle for third. >> i did not do well on saturday night. listen to this. that will never happen again. >> two-thirds of voters in exit polls calling recent debates an important factor in their decision. >> i made up my mind this
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morning over coffee. >> it came down to the undecided voters and a big turn out in the polls. one precinct staying open late with a last-minute line of traffic to get in two miles long. officials say voter turnout was on track to be record breaking. the republicans now move on to south carolina while the democrats have their eyes on nevada. marcy gonzalez, abc7 news. >> as you might expect results from the new hampshire primary are shaking up campaigns and an entire political party. political analyst and political correspondent carla marinuci says the gop is stinging after trump's strong victory. >> for a guy who loves to brag about himself, donald trump has real bragging rights. he had a robust victory across across the board. >> despite their opposing political views both winning candidates have something in common. >> bernie sanders and donald trump have one thing in
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common. both depicted themselves as anti-establishments and straight talkers and it has appealed to voters on both sides of the aisle. >> marinuci says could key for hillary clinton is to come up with an approach to reach younger voters. we told you about the results with a push alert from the abc7 news app. get updates as they happen. download the app for tree and enable push alerts. signing up for a gym membership or credit monitoring system is not easy. >> what if you decide to cancer? to can sell. >> it can be a headache getting out of the paid subscriptions. you may even have forgot about most of them. the steps you can take now to get out of the subscriptions you don't want anymore. >> and it is almost time for the oscars. this year the academy is cracking down on the long acceptance speeches. >> and later, canine kindness
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bay, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> think about this for a second. how many subscriptions do you have tied to your credit card, one, two? are you sure? >> 7 on your side's michael finney joins us with the horror story of zombicon tracts. michael? >> just like in the movies these are zombies. credit card debts that just won't die. robert wong signed up for a gym and associated services and he wanted to stop. but the payments kept coming out of his credit card account. >> the lady answered my phone and i told her my purpose. she said nobody can answer your phone. i said however i can take your name and number down and somebody will call you later. never did. >> robert sent two registered
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letters to can sell the payments, but the money kept coming out of his account until 7 on your side started asking questions. >> by far gyms are the hardest. >> thomas smithe is a company scouring injure credit cards -- your credit cards and can selling subscriptions you want. >> we have to send certified mail. the gym will not cancel with a phone call or an e-mail. you have to send them a letter. >> susie used them and it saved her a fortune. >> everything is times 12 if you think of an annual spend perspective. >> how much were you spending? >> it is embarrassing to say. from gym memberships to clothing subscriptions, jewelry, all sorts of lifestyle subscriptions i was probably spending anywhere between $1 hz to $2 -- $100 to
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$200 a month. >> there is a name for these sub sub -- subscriptions. >> it makes it convenient, but you forget about these zombie contracts. you pay month after more or even year after year for a service you are not using. >> it should be geeps the law for trial subscriptions to morph into automatic payments. and back at trim, it is a moral moral issue. >> you should be able to can sell a subscription as easy as you want to cancel one. >> they will go through your credit card account and find zombies and can sell them for free. find the link at >> that's a great service. thank you, michael. oscar producers have come up with a plan to keep the thank yous to a minimum on stage. acceptance speeches include family anding as -- family and
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acts and there is an oscar scroll. it will show the names the winners want to thank. it will allow speeches to be spoken more from the heart. don't forget abc7 is one of the only places you can see the ons osama bin laden scars. you can see the oscars. join us to see who wins. while we have a moment i would like to take some time to thank a few people. play the music. let's talk about the warm weather we are enjoying. >> sand yaw -- sandhya patel has more. >> we have a slow cooling trend. live doppler 7hd is showing you not only the clouds, but some fog. patchy in maf moon bay. six miles in napa it will be around during the morning commute. the highs today? we did have the records. most areas in the 70s and 80s. we are expecting the
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temperatures to come down a few degrees as changes are getting underway. sign of winter, we have cool conditions in the north bay valley. temperature in the 40s and most other areas in the 50s and 60s. san francisco and the bridge are looking beautiful. visibility is good. cooler the next few days. mild for valentine weekend. the temperatures will rebound early next week. it has been running high today and will continue tomorrow is the tree pollen. if you are suffering from alan jeers and you have the sniffles and the runny nose and the cough, you will see it again tomorrow. it may be a rough day for you. abc7 news exploratorium camera looking toward the financial district, here is a look at your 12-hour planner. patchy fog, 40s and 50s at 7:00 a.m. it is not as warl as today. 4 -- it is not as warm as today. partly cloudy by evening. the temperatures in the
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50s. the temperature trend for the week ahead look at san francisco and the average high is 61. we'll keep the numbers above normal. it will run through friday when the recovery happens for valentine's day. temperatures in the low 70s on sunday, monday and then dropping again. tomorrow morning the coolest spots will be in the low to mid40s. if you walk to bart or taking a ferry across the bay, do expect to grab an extra layer because you will need that for the morning hours. once again mild weather for shorts in the south bay. 73 gilroy. 71 sunnyvale. on the peninsula, 73 in mountain view. getting close to the previous record. 71 redwood city. 69 in half moon bay. 66 daly city north bay. low 70s napa, sonoma and santa rosa. you are looking at 71 if
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oakland. 71 in livermore and 70 in fairfield. we are not expecting a repeat of all of those records we saw the last couple days, one or two are not out of the question. and for the mavericks in vaw stational this up come -- mavericks in vaw stational breakers 35 to 40 feet. mid50s to low 60s. accu-weather seven-day forecast. the sun continues the streak although cooler each and every day. the weekend will feature a warm up for valentine's day and beyond that. if we are looking for rain go beyond the accu-weather seven-day forecast. wednesday the 17th of february we could see some rain drops. >> thank you, sand yaw. you know what they say, ahead on abc7 news the a 11 -- news at 11:00, hug it out. >> winning affection on the internet. >> our next storm is expected to bring rain in the next few hours or so. >> the abc7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> you can see the side affect of the king tides along the
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the newest stars of the internet dewey and blaze. >> their facebook pages have seen a flood of fans since this video of them hugging was posted. the boarder collies have 50 million followers. >> the dogs have been popular around texas for a few years now. they use their fame to promote pet therapy and raise donations for animal shelters. >> using it for good and not evil. >> now on to sports, mr. beale. >> i wish i could be half as adorable as they are. a quarter. an eighth as adorable. >> you're close. >> warriors have some history with the rockets. this is fun. up and down, end to end. a fourth quarter burst
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look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious. mmmm, yoplait. a team beat the warriors. they are showing off their allstar game jerseys.
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patrick scores a one in and look at how fast the warriors attack. steph, clay, dunk. it is that easy. and curry making it rain in the first quarter. quick release and warriors up a dozen in a fast. steph is an equal opportunity destroyer. he goes for 35. second quarter and sean livingston and what a move on the baseline against ty lawson finishing with the left. warriors lead by 16 in the first half. dwied -- dwight howard can dunk. the three goes goes down and tied at 81. gets it back and behind the back toy go do -- to iguadala. it is an 8-0 run. they out score houston 13 in the fourth for a 123-110 victory. the war washington yes, sirs are 24 -- the warriors are 24
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-0 at home. chicago seem like they score and brandon slides past martin jones. the coaches challenge and the call is reversed. the official call is goalie interference. it is score less into the second. san jose the only power play opportunity. they convert patrick marlow with a blast. deflected in and 1-0 sharks. late in the third and joe thorton and down the ice and the empty netter. 33 saves for jones. the shashes are 10-2-2 in the last 14 games. the pro's tee off in round one of the national pro-am on thursday. today belonged to the giants and the 49ers in the chevron shootout for charity. the skipper, bruce bochy, going with the chevron cannon. like he did so many times, steve bono came off the bench to save the niners. on the final hole he rolls it
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in close. matt cain would tap it in as the giants prevail. the story behind the story is our own mike shumann was a heartbeat away from playing for the niners in this match. >> i understand i almost said i better call shu. i said maybe i will call steve bono. when he said yes you were out. >> shu gone. so close. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. on a serious note, steve kerr experiencing headaches after the game. the warriors say he will accompany the team to phoenix tomorrow and then the allstar break, but it is a concern going forward given the medical problems he has had. >> the poor guy has suffered. >> abc7 news continues on-line and twitter and facebook and on all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. >> our ne


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