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artificial turf. does the crumb rubber that millions of children play on contain dangerous carcinogens? the new push for answers this morning. and straight out of the movies. the two brothers charged with recruiting and training this brazen female jewelry thief. store after store, all caught on camera. where the trio allegedly hatched their plot and practice their plan. did they lure her? we'll have the latest from investigators overnight. hey, good morning. on this frigid valentine's day weekend. here's something to warm you up. >> do you really? maybe for like four seconds. in balmy california, they held one of the perilous surf contests on earth. sara will have this big story coming up. >> you're right, it doesn't warm me up at all. we'll start here with the 100 million americans who will not be surfing this weekend,
from the plains to florida to maine. we're looking at a massive blast of arctic air. check out the wind chills as we come on the air right now. >> this is an extremely dangerous situation. people are urgently being warned to stay indoors. and abc meteorologist indra petersons is in the frozen heart of the story right now, buffalo, new york. good morning, indra. hope you're staying warm. >> here in buffalo, the current wind chill is 20 degrees below zero. and temperatures are expected to drop another 10, if not 20 degrees further. this is the kind of dangerous cold that makes your teeth hurt. my eyes are watering. your skin, it starts to burn. and when you start to lose your ability to think, that means the threat for hypothermia could start settling in. overnight, a dangerous arctic air mass moves into the northeast. in buffalo, new york, lake-effect snow causing
whiteout conditions during what's been called a relatively mild winter. >> i definitely don't like it when it's this cold and especially tomorrow with the wind chill it will be very cold. >> reporter: new york city so frigid even fountains are freezing over. friends and family taking the time to bundle each other up in the cold air. >> how many layers do you have on her today? >> like 4. >> reporter: these moms had the right idea -- lots of layers and a warm hat. >> jacket underneath his coat and his shirt and a thermal. >> i have two shirts on. >> reporter: even our four-legged friends need some extra protection from the cold. but what's better than layering for some is hibernating for others. >> we won't see you until monday morning? >> until the temperature comes back up, it's too low. >> reporter: the record for the coldest high in buffalo is 5 degrees. we're not expected to reach that today. in fact, that means we'll break a record from 1899. over 100-year-old record to for the cold arctic air that's
making its way in today. the danger is real. temperatures today in buffalo that could drop as low as 30 below. upstate new york, temperatures as low as 50 degrees below zero, that's a wind chill. same with chicago, 20 degrees below zero. this cold air is only making its way further in. new york city, started the day off in the 20s, they have been dropping off. by the time you get to the afternoon, temperatures will drop to below zero. by tomorrow morning, those temperatures, as you go throughout the overnight hours, will only continue to drop further and further. places like boston tomorrow, 30 below with that wind chill. it's so important to know those dangers of hypothermia. check on your neighbors and pets. this dangerous cold arctic air is making its way in. we want to move now to the red-hot race for the white
house. no love lost among the remaining six gop candidates. things are getting uglier and tonight is fight night, another debate. and abc's mary bruce is south carolina. good morning, mary. >> reporter: hi, paula. good morning. this is a state known for picking winners and for those bare-knuckle politics. we're already seeing signs of that on the airwaves and online and likely here tonight, on the debate stage. it's their first showdown in the south. but don't expect all the candidates to act like southern gentlemen. >> as it gets closer, it going to get nastier and nastier. they get personal. they get ugly. >> you have cruz, find out where he gets his money. >> front-running candidates shouting out obscenities in front of children? >> reporter: after his big win in new hampshire, donald trump took a positive turn. >> i won't use foul language. i'm just not going to do it. >> reporter: but no more. this morning, trump is launching blistering new attacks against ted cruz and threatening to sue. tweeting -- if ted cruz doesn't clean up his act, stop cheating and doing negative ads, i have standing to sue him for not being a natural born citizen.
cruz laughed it off. >> i will say that there's more than a little irony in donald trump accusing anyone of being nastier. >> reporter: cruz is hitting back, pummelling trump on the air waves. >> trump uses power for personal gains. >> reporter: after his dismal debate performance, marco rubio is playing offense, hoping to rise again. >> when i'm our president i will never divide you against other americans to win this election. >> reporter: john kasich coming off his strong second-place finish in new hampshire, keeping his vow to keep it clean on the trail. >> i didn't have anybody in the politics. nobody in our family was rich. but my mother and my dad taught me one thing -- never accept failure. >> reporter: now, kasich, rubio and bush will all be duking it out here tonight, trying to appeal to their party's more traditional supporters. and while there will certainly be fireworks, one thing you likely won't hear tonight is
cursing. donald trump is swearing off swearing here in south carolina. dan and paula. >> let's see how long that lasts. i think it's going to be a dignified affair with tea and doilies, i'm sure of it. let's go to the woman asking the tough questions in the last republican debate. fox news contributor mary catherine hamm. she joins us from washington this morning. mary, good morning to you. >> mary, we don't expect the candidates come out and holding hands and singing kumbaya. we want to know who has the most on the line and the most incentive to come out swinging? >> i think donald trump and ted cruz are in good position in south carolina. they're going to be fighting on the trail and trump -- cruz laid off trump in the last debate. but i think he'll be looking to differentiate this time around. i think rubio has the most to lose or gain here, because his last slip was on the debate stage. now, he has the chance to prove himself again. >> he has said -- he has told his supporters, it will not happen again. as we know trump is coming in as the front-runner here, but mary mentioned just a few moments ago, mary bruce, that he's swearing off swearing.
i just got -- i wonder, in a state that's heavily evangelical, is his use of profanity from the podium actually going to hurt him? even if he stops doing it henceforth. >> two things at work here. i'm a southerner, we're not afraid of a little rough and tumble. but we love a great tailgate party but we're going to wear dresses and heels to go to it. but i will say, a guy who doesn't follow political rules and hasn't suffered any political defeats as trump has, won't -- won't suffer those things. >> he can swear as much as he wants and shoot people on 5th avenue and he's fine? >> he defies political rules and he'll likely will continue to do so. >> mary catherine hamm, thank you. >> thank you. by the way, let's not forget the democrats. they're in an all-out sprint right now for nevada, where the caucuses will be held one week from today, in fact. hillary clinton needs to bounce
back from her big loss in new hampshire and bernie sanders needs to show that his campaign has real legs. abc's devin dwyer is on the story from our washington bureau this morning. >> reporter: the democratic race heads west today. both clinton and sanders in colorado and nevada as they battle it out over who would better handle race relations and gender equality. this morning, the democratic candidates are gearing up for a long-haul campaign. >> thank you for everything. >> reporter: bernie sanders rallied with women nurses in super tuesday state minnesota. >> it's a hard life. surrounded by these beautiful women. >> reporter: after photos and a sandwich with his wife jane. >> want the scoop? it's tuna fish, lettuce and tomato on rye. got it, abc? >> reporter: hillary clinton also in minnesota overnight, talking about a different kind of appetite. >> no wonder people are angry, they have every reason to be. but they're also hungry, hungry for solutions. >> reporter: the next battleground is the nevada
caucuses on saturday. both candidates also hungry for a win in south carolina later this month. clinton's superpac and a new radio ad says she'll be like president obama. >> we need a president who will build on all that president obama has done. >> reporter: clinton telling south carolina african-american voters what sanders promises won't come true. >> i will not promise you something that i cannot deliver. >> reporter: a topic sanders went after clinton for during the democratic debate. >> let us be clear, that every proposal that i have introduced has been paid for. >> reporter: clinton also being targeted by republicans. this ted cruz spoof of the movie "office space" mocks clinton over her private e-mail server. ♪ >> reporter: and the e-mail headache continues for mrs. clinton. later today, the state department will release another batch of e-mails from her time
as secretary of state. giving fresh fodder to her critics, dan, just days before the next round of voting. dan. >> yeah, the drip, drip, drip has been tough for her campaign. >> yeah, devin, thank you. a reminder, the place to be for the best coverage for the race for white house is abc this weekend. fresh off the big republican debate tonight, martha will go one-on-one with both marco rubio and john kasich. paula, over to you. >> looking forward to it. now, we have an alarming story for millions of parents and children. several federal agencies are examining the safety of those popular synthetic field. we call them crumb rubber. do these fields compromise the health of our children? abc's marci gonzalez is on the story for us this morning. >> reporter: federal officials say millions of children play on this kind of turf every day. parents, lawmakers and at least one star athlete raising serious concerns about potential exposure to chemicals and now finally getting action.
this morning, a major step towards answering a crucial question for athletes across the country -- could the fields they play on be a hazard to their health? espn's "e:60" series addressing the growing concern last november. >> i want them to be safe. i want to know the truth. tell me, is it good or is it bad for us? >> reporter: three federal agencies are now looking into whether a popular artificial turf called crumb rubber could contain dangerous carcinogens. several lawmakers raising the issue, worried about the effect of the turf made from ground-up used tires. athletes say during a game, those little black pellets are unavoidable. >> they get in our sores, they get in our eyes. they're everywhere. we eat them. >> reporter: it's used in more than 10,000 athletic facilities nationwide from school
playgrounds to public parks. even stadiums, including this one, where the women's world cup was played. >> and there's some serious health concerns, what's in those little rubber pellets? i don't know. i think it's irresponsible. >> reporter: concerns like those, prompting this high school in washington to make a costly last-minute decision to switch to a different type of turf. >> because nobody is sure what, or how serious it is. >> reporter: the epa, the cdc and the consumer product safety commission now investigating, explaining some of the best and brightest scientists to identify what is in recycled tire crumb and if it is harmful. more than 50 studies have reported no elevated health risks associated with synthetic turf. but what's being done now is the first comprehensive investigation of its kind and the results are expected by the end of this year. >> huge consequences for children and athletes all over the country. marci, we appreciate it.
let's take a look at the other headlines this morning. for that, that's over to dr. ron claiborne. good morning, sir. good morning to you, dan and paula. good morning, everyone. we begin with that storm-battered cruise ship scheduled to set sail again this afternoon. just hours before the royal caribbean anthem of the seas 's next voyage. the coast guard has yet to decide if the vessel is safe to return to the open seas. officials will inspect the ship this morning. it suffered of course damage to part of its propulsion system from waves this weekend. more than 4,000 passengers hunkering down in their cabins while the vessel encountered hurricane-force winds. and pope francis is kicking off his six-day trip. to mexico. the pontiff is ready, donning a sombrero, his visit to mexico comes off a historic stopover in cuba. where the pontiff met with the russian orthodox leader. first meeting in nearly a thousand years. during that stopover in havana, abc's terry moran on assignment traveling with pope francis, blessed by the pope.
and new video this morning of a machete-wielding man in an ohio mediterranean restaurant. the suspect tried to make a getaway in the white car. you see. fbi officials say that his name was in a database of people potentially related to terrorism. the owner of the restaurant, who's from israel, he says he feels that he was targeted. now, to boston, a freak and deadly accident on a highway there, a 35-year-old teacher on her way to work was killed friday when a 200-pound manhole cover somehow went airborne and crashed through her windshield. officials say that she was killed instantly. no word yet on what dislodged that drain cover. and what caused it to fly up in the air. and a nevada man is giving a thumbs up after surviving a terrifying ordeal. his pickup truck broke down after he got lost in the middle of the desert for a week. he said he survived by drinking
melted snow and rationed a small supply of canned food. couple of local sergeants stumbled upon the man on a routine patrol. and a big honor for our top boss here at abc, disney chairman bob iger, inducted into the toy industry hall of fame, for the impact his work has had on children. he said that toys have been a part of his life since his grandfather was a door-to-door toys salesman. >> i thank you from the bottom of my heart for this award. i proudly share it and dedicate it to joseph iger, my grandfather, the toys salesman who literally brought a carload of happiness to me and everywhere he went. >> congratulations from all of us here. and finally, big weekend in pro basketball. all-star game. the celebrities took to the court for their annual game. high drama, kevin hart coaching team usa. he's refusing to shake hands.
when hart found his team down, he took matters into his own hands. calling his own numbers. coming out of the locker room. lacing it up. entering the game to the tune of "rocky," the movie. drake leaving the bench in outrage. hart gave it his best shot but fell short. no pun intended there. >> small but scrappy, that's what he is. >> drake's team canada went on the beat the americans, south of the border. 74-64, if you're keeping score at home. >> canada beat? >> canada beat team usa. >> impressive. >> impressive, yeah. >> i love it. maybe dan, we'll be invited next year to play. >> if they call me on the cell phone. >> that was a great drake reference. did you guys get that? i bet, indra knows her pop culture enough. that wasn't lost on her. unless it's terribly cold. indra, we're concerned about you right now, even though you're in the subzero temperatures right now of buffalo. are you okay? >> she's okay. >> i'm trying to smile for you.
but every time i do, my teeth literally hurt. do you see this? this is lake-effect snow in february. the lake should be frozen by now. we shouldn't be able to see this. but lake erie, thanks to a warm start to the winter, is only 9% frozen right now. well, that's going to be a long-distant memory because this cold arctic air is moving in today. very dangerous air mass, we're talking about temperatures, right now, 20 below. places here, just north of us, in upstate new york, could go as low as 50 below. the temperatures are only continuing to drop from the midwest into the northeast as we go through this weekend. places like chicago, 20 below. let's look at where you are, maybe new york city, talking about temperatures this morning, started below freezing, 20s, in the afternoon, those temperatures are going down. you're going to be below zero by the time you get to the afternoon. then you go through the overnight hours, look at this danger by tomorrow morning. sunday morning, valentine's day.
20 and 30 below for places like boston. the danger is definitely out there. >> dan and paula, what happened to december when we had these warm temperatures? what happened, right? this dangerous cold air is making its way in and it's moving in fast. >> indra is wearing more layers than a lasagna out there. we appreciate it. stay warm and we'll see you in the next half-hour. sara.
i always wonder if meteorologists question their career choice on these days. as she mentioned most of the country is in a deep freeze. but that's not the case for california. they're hitting the surf. for titans of mavericks surf contest. the event was canceled last year due to a lack of waves, but this year, those waves were back with a vengeance. watch as pro surfer greg long gets the ride of his life as he drops in on this 35-foot wave. >> whoa! >> an absolute massive. greg long just stomping it right after the horn. >> reporter: taking on the death-defying drop. all for a shot at winning the titans of mavericks surf competition, known as one of the most dangerous contests in the world. this year's conditions for the tournament were violent and treacherous as the 24 surfers hit the swells. take a look at the sheer power of those waves taking down surfer after surfer. >> i was choking on water.
>> reporter: veteran maverick surfer collins forced to pull out after this brutal run. >> ken collins going down. >> and i felt the whole ocean land on me. it hit me in the head really hard. >> reporter: and as the day went on, the waves just kept growing. ultimately hitting faces more than 40 feet. nick lam outlasting his fellow big wave junkies. getting hammered in the surf tide. >> going down in as the most treacherous of places. >> reporter: securing the big win by carving his way down this massive wave. the dare devil run earning him $125,000 and bragging rights as this year's titans of mavericks champions. >> oh, man, i'm over the moon. i have so many people to thank. >> and after seeing that video, i have added surfing to the list of things that my son will never do. >> yes, speaking on his behalf. >> i'm setting out rules. there may not be football even though i'm from the midwest and there's definitely not going to be surfing. >> she'll be the best mommy
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we want to welco we want to welcome you back to "good morning america" on this saturday morning. and right now, a bitter blast of arctic air has 100 million people bracing for bone-chilling weather. wind chills, we're talking as low as 40 degrees below zero in some spots, creating life-threatening conditions. so, everyone, heed those warnings and stay inside if you can. also happening right now, the world health organization says the zika virus vaccine could be more than a year away, this, as the head of the international olympic committee says no countries are as of yet skipping the olympics in rio over concerns of the zika virus. brazil is at the epicenter of the zika virus, linked to birth defects. and george and amal clooney front and center in the syrian refugee crisis.
on friday the powerhouse couple held a private meeting with german chancellor angela merkel. praising her for germany's open-door policy for refugees fleeing their war-torn homeland. and also ahead -- an important story adding to the national conversation. breaking her silence. the mother of columbine killer dylan klebold is sharing her story with abc's diane sawyer. in an exclusive interview. what she should have done differently. plus, preventing future tragedies. what every parent needs to know. it's advice you want to hear. >> absolutely, an extraordinary conversation happening in america this morning. but first, the fascinating developments in fast-moving story. >> this is like out of a movie. the young woman is caught carrying out heists across the south. now we're hearing that she was allegedly trained. >> reporter: new details this morning on how investigators think a former model and bartender became an alleged thief. accused of taking more than $4
million in jewelry during 6 armed robberies across 5 states. we're finding out who was in really charge from police. the infamous allegely store robber on cameras across the south. >> wanted for six robberies. >> reporter: this morning, in newly released court documents fbi investigators this 24-year-old abigail kemp was just part of a four-person team behind the string of violent robberies. >> i need you to respond to an armed robbery. >> reporter: these brothers michael and larry gilmore appearing in federal court on friday, conspiracy to interfere with commerce by threats of violence. officials accusing the pair along with lewis jones iii of finding, recruiting and training the kemp. they alleged that the three men taught her to manipulate a handgun, zip tie workers, choose what merchandise to steal and speak in code words.
according to agents, the group routinely practiced until they thought kemp had the plan down. >> if you watch her behavior inside the store it's very deliberate about what she does. >> reporter: kemp's family and former coworkers stunned when she was named by officials as the woman seen wielding a gun in surveillance images. >> i hate it for her and her family. but, you know, you do these things, you make your bed you got to lay it in. >> reporter: authorities said the four split in pairs. kemp and jones would go to the stores and the brothers would serve as lookouts. the documents allege that cell phone pings put them near the crimes. call records allegedly show jones talking to the brothers before and after each robbery. >> each store that you rob, the police tend to gather more information -- cell phone activity, photographs,
informant information, et cetera, lead to your capture at some point. >> reporter: kemp and lewis have pled not guilty to the charges. the gilmore brothers have not entered pleas. all four face 20 years behind bars if convicted. >> 20 years, no joke. eva, appreciate it. the weather is no joke, no laughing matter. back out to indra petersons, she's in buffalo, one of the coldest places right now. >> and she's holding flowers, for some reason. >> yes, we will accept the rose. >> reporter: just a reminder that this is valentine's day weekend. temperatures are 20 if not 30 below in the northeast and, dan, i'm assuming you're a procrastinator, get your roses today, you put them in your cars, you might want to be aware -- these guys freeze very quickly. that's going to be the danger. it's going to spoil a lot of hearts this weekend. because temperatures are only continuing to get cold. that is only one side of this event. remember, it's wind chill. we have wind advisories are out. winds gusting 30 miles an hour. imagine that, this bitter cold and your still dealing with all of that wind.
we do have some snow still out there from the midwest to the ohio valley, 2 to 4 inches. piece of good news, by the middle of the next week, we'll be moderating these temperatures. >> that was brought to you by ashley home store. dan, if you haven't gotten roses yet, i can lend these. if that helps. >> i appreciate the hookup. i'm going to say to my wife, baby, i bought you roses, but they froze. i wanted to protect you from the dangerous petal chards. think that will work? >> petal chards? >> totally, very romantic. >> indra, thank you very much. we appreciate it. >> we feel for your wife. bianca -- >> she has a tough, tough ride.
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to shed more light on what can we do as parents when we think something is wrong. what are the warning signs? sue noticed maybe in hindsight that her son was depressed. >> any time a teen makes a direct threat about violence to themselves or others, that means you have to get authorities involved. you have to get them assess. teenagers go ups and downs as we know. if your child exhibits difficulties with school, which could include school work and friends, they have difficulty sleeping, they have a big change in their sleep patterns and also mood swings where they have high highs and low lows. intuitively you know it's different, it could be stress. >> how do you give them that privacy they desperately want but also keep tabs on them? >> well, understand -- teens pushing away is normal. but as a parent, you have the right to monitor their social media, which you should. not just monitor but actively engage.
look at their sites. look at what they're posting. remember that face-to-face time is critical and the relationship, they need you. they're pushing but pulling at the same time. >> really smart to talk with the siblings and the teachers. at the end of the day, it's just all about communication, isn't it? >> it is. face to face time. it's sharing your own stories as what it was like for you as a teenager. it's like the canary in the minds, it's typically a family issue, it's not just pointing fingers at the child but looking at the behavior and communication within the family. >> sharing stories that everybody can sympathize and emphasize with. really, really great strategy. dr. taylor, janet, thank you so much for joining us. this is such a great conversation we need to be having nationally and at our dinner tables. >> dr. taylor, thank you. valuable advice. we appreciate it. coming up here on "good morning america" -- it's the leading cause of death among women, heart disease. how can you protect yourself? dr. jen ashton is here with us after this quick break. dr. jen ashton is here with us
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with valentine's day tomorrow, there's no better time to remember to take care of your heart, especially if you're a woman, heart disease kills more women than anything else. but there are steps you can take to stay healthy and here to talk about that is dr. jen ashton. first of all, what issues do you see in patients -- you're an ob/gyn -- that are known heart disease factors? >> well, the interesting thing, sara, is that, right now, there's a big push for awareness, on part of women as well as their doctors and health care providers. because we know that there are certain conditions, ob/gyn
issues, that are known risk factors for later heart disease. namely pcos, high blood pressure in pregnancy, diabetes in pregnancy. really now considered stress tests in women. something that happens in 20s, 30s, 40s, increases your risk later in life. >> now, is there any way to prevent this? >> so, there's bad news/good news. bad news, 1 in 3 women will die of heart disease. the good news is, 80% of heart disease is preventable. so, control what you can control and in terms of modifying those risk factors, they are so important -- don't smoke, keep your weight in a healthy range, if you're overweight or obese, it's now recommendd that we treat obesity as a chronic disease. exercise at least three to four times a week, 30 minutes. you want to get your heart pumping. >> what kind of symptoms are specific to women?
>> this is the news that you can truly save your life. we know that the answer does sex matter when it comes to the heart is a resounding yes. chest pain is still the most common symptom in men and women. but women are much more likely to have other symptoms -- shortness of breath, unusual fatigue. flulike symptoms. pain radiating to the jaw. and then, we're more likely to deny or dismiss or ignore those symptoms, even when we know in our mind we know we might be having a heart attack. >> thank you so much. >> you're welcome. >> happy valentine's day. >> happy valentine's day. coming up -- gwen stefani's new song. and why there's so much buzz about it. all the deets up ahead in "pop news." "pop news."
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>> oh, "pop news." >> dan, this is the moment that we wait for. >> welcome to pop. not only does every dog has its day, it turns out it also has a human doppelganger. there's a website called what dg that tells you what dog you most resemble. what dog you resemble? ron, you're a bull terrier. strong, driven to prey on smaller creatures. >> oh, my gosh. >> prey on smaller creatures -- >> wait a second. >> thank you. >> and paula, you're a shetland sheepdog. >> i'm a lassie. our first dog buddy was a shetland sheepdog. >> it clearly runs in the family. you're a strong barker who's agile, sturdy and loving with family. dan, we know that you're actually a cat lover but you matched up with a labrador retriever.
which warmed my heart. smart, waterproof coat. >> i'm an overretriever. >> please don't steal my thunder. i resemble the cocker spaniel. >> i would have called a golden retriever. >> i'm a little depressed that i wasn't a chihuahua. but i'm sure i can work through this. >> can you finish today? >> i don't know. >> i can pick it. >> saver ya, you can e reinvent yourself? there's an international toy fair happening right here in new york this weekend. getting buzz are the disney princesses taking a bow. they include rapunzel, princess tiana and this princess. >> mreda. another toy rolling into the big apple is making a "pop news" pop-in this morning. here it is, it's the hot wheels play tape, allowing kids instantly create roads. where we're going we don't need roads, does anyone know that reference?
>> yes. >> thank you. oh, my gosh. i was left hanging -- >> how does this work? do i not need a track? >> you can make a little road with the tape. >> these are toy vehicles, anywhere any time. the good news is for parents, when you peel it off, it doesn't leave any residue. >> does it stay on the road, though? >> ideally. and rihanna put her best fashion foot forward, no umbrella in sight. she made her debut at new york fashion week with her collection in collaboration with puma and even modeled new designs. she shared the runway with the model of the moment. did i say that correct? >> i don't know. >> we need corrections here, dan harris. where is my newsman? >> "vogue's" anna wintour was there to check out this sporty collection as well. finally, when it comes to love, gwen stefani is proving
she's a rich girl just in time for valentine's day. she released "make me like you" the song in reference to blake shelton. he tweeted his stamp of approval. they're a cute couple. i really need them to work. >> i think. >> you think? >> sara, you work. great "pop news." you're awesome. we'll be back with more "good morning america" tomorrow morning. omorrow morning. by then, paula would have -- good morning, it's nba all-star weekend and three warriors up in toronto with the big day ahead. green will take part in the skills challenge and curry and clay thompson will have a rematch in three-point shooting contest of the all three will play in the all-star game tomorrow at 5:00 p.m.
abc 7 news sports director larry beal will report live from the all-star game in toronto beginning tonight at 5:00. again, curry and thompson and green will be there. larry's live reports will continue through tomorrow on abc 7 news. you can also follow hisup dates on twitter. you can get a behind the scenes look at the hunger games series right here in san francisco. fans can explore the world behind the books and blockbuster films and special exhibition, more than 1,000 costumes and props will be on display, including the girl on fire dress and her bow. you can buy tickets online and doors open at 10:00 at the palace of fine arts. let's get a check on your bay area forecast. hi, lisa. >> good morning, most of you experiencing some dense fog, highlighted in gray in the high surf in purple. check out the north bay. less than a quarter mile for napa and petluma, check out san
carlos and hayward and san jose it was pretty misty this morning but still despite all of the fog, no delays at sfo or any of the local airports. looking at 50s on this panel and from san francisco right now you can see still the tops of the buildings buried in the fog. we'll look for 60s and 70s today by the afternoon. >> lisa, thank you. a south bay shooting near public transit sends a man to the hospital. how you can help sheriff's deputies catch the suspect. also ahead, visitors attacked on the gg bridge, the unusual weapon author i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how
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treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®. good morning, thanks so much for joining us, it is saturday, february 13th. let's start with the first look at the weather. here's lisa with the first look at live doppler 7 hd. >> good morning, we're starting out with fog and at the time quite dense from livermore to petaluma, a half mile by the delta. less than that in napa and less than a quarter mile in san carlos and san carlos airport. sfo mild visibility but we're not experiencing delays in at our local airports, looking at temperatures in the 50s. here's san jose, you've been in and out of the dense fog all morning and some of the warmer numbers are on the peninsula, south bay, san francisco, the