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i am carolyn tyler. thank you for joining us on this sunday, february 26th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist, lisa argen. >> good morning to you. yes, it's cold out there. you are right. live doppler 7, nice and clear. we're in between cold weather systems. one has pushed to the south and you may have noticed a few showers yesterday and another is on the way. that one will allow for evening showers again, but we will start out with clear and frosty conditions from 33 in lafayette, and 34 in pleasant hill. 36 in brentwood. as you go closer to the bay, still chilly. 40, hayward and 44 in the city. sun coming up at 6:44, and we will have plenty of it, and by the afternoon, we will have a few more clouds enter the north bay. when will this chilly air go
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away? it's in the out look. in fact, it's in the next 48 hours and we will talk about spring-like warmth coming up in our next segment. the chp is looking for a person that shot and killed a man on highway 4 in antioch. after 9:00 on the eastbound lanes near hillcrest avenue. officers say the victim was in a blue toyota solara. the suspect drove off and there's no details about that person or the car. the investigation shut down all eastbound lanes near the scene for about three hours. in east palo alto, three people are in critical condition this morning after a police pursuit and crash. that chase ended at bay road on university avenue just before 8:30 last night. the authorities say a car hit a tree going 70 miles per hour with five suspects in the vehicle. a young girl suffered minor
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injuries and a man in the car refused treatment, and again, three people in critical condition, and all five are in custody. police have not said yet what led to the chase. now to the recovery efforts in san jose after floodwaters moved in. inspectors are making progress clearing homes and allowing more people to return. the city says about 1,300 homes remain restricted. in the williams street park neighborhood three homes have been red tagged because of structural damaged, they will have to be fixed or rebuilt. the mayor says he will hold a public meeting to discuss the city's response, admitting that a clear failure led to the flooding and a delay in evacuations. >> we're very focussed on recovery this weekend. next week we are going to be turning to focus on how we fix this going forward. >> volunteers have helped clear streets and homes but there is much more work that needs to be
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done. abc 7 news reporter, sergio quintana has more on the damage that remains. >> reporter: this is the first day many residents in the rocks springs neighborhood were able to get into their homes since the flood. >> a big mess. >> reporter: they are shocked by the damage left by the coyote creek floodwaters. they are confused about what happened to all the chemicals they were warned about that were in the floodwaters, and his neighborhoods are wondering who will help pay for everything they lost. >> my neighbor's car is all messed up. they can't do it no more. >> i think we should have had some kind of warning, you know, a day before, just to let people know you got to get your stuff, you got to get your family, and
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get out of the house. >> reporter: some residents are lucky they live on the second floor. this man's family escaped the flood but still can't go home. >> we don't know when we can come back here, until the city looks at the electrical, water, gas or whatever. >> reporter: these residents are still trying to absorb the scale of the disaster, and as few begin to clean up it's clear they may not be able to move back into their homes anytime soon. there are many ways can you help the flood victims. the red cross made it easy, text the words "red cross" to 90999 to make a $10 donation, and that shows up on your phone bill. the red cross also needs volunteers to make sure you can help, go to our abc 7 news app or abc 7 a sonoma county woman recovering after spending friday
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night trapped inside her car after plunge into austin creek, and she is alive thanks to a new water team and her own survival instincts. lonny rivera has more on the heroic rescue effort. >> reporter: rolled over once and landed on its wheels in the creek, and then was carried 20 feet. >> reporter: the water rescuers responded to this emergency. a subaru stuck in the austin creek, and inside this car a 67-year-old woman managed to stay above water in the backseat with her dog for eight hours. >> she was relieved and very calm. >> gabe and cory are part of a newly trained water rescue team. they use this equipment for the first time in a real-life situation. >> we got a life jacket on her, and then if we were to head towards the far side of the creek there was less current and it got shallower and shallower
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and we walked across. >> the circumstances worked in the driver's favor, and emergency crew said the victim handled it well by remaining calm. >> the woman was suffering from hypothermia and russian river paramedics transported her to the hospital in this ambulance. >> we just got done with our training and this happened and it was meant to happen, and an awesome feel pregnaing. >> happy to help, and pleased to know their training was put into good use. in sonoma county, abc 7 news. santa rosa police are investigating a double homicide with the deaths happening across town from each other. officers were called to a home on valley center drive yesterday morning where they found a man dead. these pictures are from the santa rosa press democrat.
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a short time later they found a woman dead at a home on glen brook just four miles away, and police are saying those two crimes are connected. they have not explained how. neighbors say police arrest add man prowling outside the same home on glen brook on friday morning. it's now been nine months since a 15-year-old bay area girl was kidnapped as she walked to school. abc 7 news was in vallejo yesterday afternoon as family and friends gathered at interstate 780 and home maker's avenue, and that's where she was last seen as castro pulled her across the overpass. he died in a shoot-out with police near santa barbara. pence's family says they are hoping somebody knows something that can help find her. >> if you know anything speak up. think of this if this was your
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loved one, how would you feel? >> crime stoppers are offering a $1,000 reward for any information that leads them to pearl penson. if you think it's colder than it has been, you are right. it is. temperatures are below freezing in parts of the bay area, and we are going to stay cool through the morning. temperatures are mildest in san francisco, and 44 there, and 34 in san ramon, and 32 in santa rosa a couple chilly days before we finally work up, dry out for the extended outlook. that's just a few minutes away. also ahead, a pickup plows into a crowd of parade spectators in new orleans injuring more than two dozen people. why authorities say they believe it was not an act of terrorism. the oscars are just hours
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away. i wil
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welcome back, everybody. it's 6:11, and thank you for waking up and joining us on this oscar sunday. this is a live look from our mt. tapl cam. are you ready for sun and warmer weather? i am, too. we will get that, but maybe not today. when? when? when?
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lisa will be along shortly with the full accuweather forecast. hollywood's golden night is finally here. we are just hours away from the 89th annual academy awards. abc news reporter donna backes joins us from hollywood. you are in the middle of all the action. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carolyn. that's right, i am. this is where the hollywood stars will walk tkoupdown the r carpet, and there's an eye on two races that are too close to call, best picture and best actor, and before giving away one award, the oscars already making history. it's hollywood's biggest night. >> really in the entertainment industry, it's our super bowl. it has big as you get all night long. >> reporter: they could be full of surprises. >> this is one of the first
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years in a long time where it feels like anybody could win anything. among this year's favorites, hollywood musical "la la land" with 14 nominations, including best picture, and top contenders, "moonlight," "fences", and "hidden figures," and "manchester by the bay." after two years of having no actors among color amonths the nominees, two of the record-setting six black actors nominated. in total, seven people of color received nods. >> they deserve to be here. they are not being thrusts into the limelight because of their talent and that's beautiful. >> what could mark an apparent comeback for a star that many thought could not be forgiven, mel gibson, nominated for "hack
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saw ridge." bringing him back into the spotlight after a 2010 domestic violence charge, and then the dui arrest. >> reporter: reporting live from hollywood, abc 7 news. carolyn? >> thank you. we will be watching the oscars live only on abc 7 today. our live coverage begins at 2:00 this afternoon, and, yes, jimmy kimmel is hosting the oscars for the first time at 5:30. new details about the mayhem in new orleans, and police are investigating after a pickup truck plow spwaed into a crowd
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spectators watching the parade. 21 of the 28 victims have been hospitalized, and five in critical condition. they range in age from 3 or 4 years old to adults in their 30s and 40s. a police officer is one of the injured. >> when i heard the impact over here, i seen the truck hit the people on the ground coming through the crowd, and they ricochetted off of one car to another when they hooked a hard left, and that's when he hit all the people, a crowd over here, and people -- everybody was just trying to help one another, trying to get them to make sure everybody was all right. >> police say the driver appears to have been very intoxicated. they do not suspect terrorism. human error may not have caused a self-driving uber car to run a red light. last year a dashcam raw caught the uber camera blowing through a red light during testing in san francisco.
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uber blamed the incidents on human error and suspended the employee who was riding in the car for not stepping in to prevent it, and now two other uber employees told "the new york times" that mapping programs that failed to recognize traffic lights in the city are to blame, and a federal lawsuit filed last week an auber engineer of stealing those from a different program. abc 7 news was in half moon bay as a congresswoman, jackie speier, held a town hall yesterday. many of them wanted her to know they are concerned about what will happen to their health insurance under president trump's administration? >> people throughout the country are speaking up about how the
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affordable care act saved their lives. it's not going away. it can be improved and we will work on improving it and will resist any republicans trying to undermine it. >> this was her sixth town hall since president trump's election. in the north bay more than 2,000 people pack spwaed into a auditorium to request questions and share concerns about their future health care, and tim boyle shared this video. two hosted the event and will take the stories they heard back to washington. and then the annual gop convention, and party leader are going over there strategy for the coming years, and discussing issues like health care and
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immigration. security is tight, but police say it has been calm so far with a few peaceful protesters, and nothing like this that was last year with a massive demonstration when donald trump was running for president. good morning to you. still feels like february, and february's chill definitely slow to leave. we have been entrenched with the cold air moving into southern california. this is the system that clipped us yesterday. you may notice some showers and more on the way, but not that much. it's coming down from the pacific northwest, and it reinforces the cold air today, tomorrow and then a cool dry northwesterly flow takes us out of it on tuesday. we start a new weather regime, sunny and wilder conditions. winter weather advisory, 3:00 this afternoon, and 4 to 8
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inches over the highest peaks. it has been nice, temperatures in the 30s for the afternoon, but definitely some snow heading back if you are trying to get back home. look at this, 6:44 is the official sunrise, and no clouds out there yet, and we are in between systems, and san francisco, 42, and gilroy 37. good morning to you, half moon bay. as much as five degrees cooler on the coast. in the 30s here in santa cruz with freezing temperatures, santa rosa, and fairfield, 36 for livermore, and 37 in concord, and that brings us down to some of the coldest readings we have seen all week long. we'll definitely look at a little bit of sunshine today but not much to warm us up. we have the higher tide and a vigorous swell this afternoon, so by mid to late morning we are looking at this beach hazard
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peaking and dangerous out there. a sthae start with showers tonight. we will see an early-morning shower tomorrow, and then looking at sunshine for the rest of the day on monday. tuesday is looking good, but if you want warmth, wait each and every day, we will warm up just a little bit. highs today underneath mostly sunny and partly cloudy skies in the 50s, but we have rain, increasing clouds by the middle of the afternoon in the north bay, but if you want to see how warm it's going to get in the south bay, cooler first with upper 50s today and mid-50s tomorrow and then we start the climb, and the rest of the bay area will follow suit as well. we have a 1 on the storm impact scale, and rainfall less than 0.2, and flurries over the higher elevations. here come the increasing clouds. showers by evening. they are going to last through the evening, late overnight hours into your monday morning. still the risk of a few flakes of snow around mt. hamilton, and
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amounts through wupb 71s in oakland. >> we deserve some sun. >> we sure do. just ahead, this is homework you might want to do. the california students getting a unique chance to study beyonce. in honor of black history month we are using our abc 7 news bay area instagram feed to talk about people making a difference where you live. ali is nominated for best supporting actor for "moonlight." he was born in oakland and raised in hayward and we have more information
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morning america". >> a vehicle crashes at a crowd at a premardi gras parade. also this morning, president trump escalating his war with the media announcing he will not attend the annual white house
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correspondent's dinner, and this as a call for a prosecutor to investigate team trump's connection to russia. we are there on the red carpet this morning, and behind the scenes as they do last-minute preps behind the show. see you soon. >> thank you, dan. a woman in the east bay is accused of stealing a tip jar filled with cash for sick kids. a restaurant showed a woman stealing the tip jar. the money was supposed to go to ucsf children's hospital. the owners have replaced the charge with a larger one that is glued down, but all the money from the old jar is gone. beyonce missed out on album of the year at the grammys, but the pop icon has something else,
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a class at cal poly that is all about queen bee. the class will use beyonce's work to explore police brutality and racism and >> still to come here on abc 7 mornings, the democratic party has a new chair. he's already blasting president trump. the barbs exchanged on twitter by the two leaders. two oscar nominees, one
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welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist, lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. yes, i know it is cold out there but we are starting with the warmest spot around the bay, here in san francisco, and look at that sky. isn't that beautiful? nice and clear right now.
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temperatures in the 40s in the city, but, boy, we have numbers at or below freezing. 42 downtown, and it's 40 oakland, mt. view and san jose, and from mount tapl, 33 in livermore. finally from the east bay hills camera, we are in the 30s and 40s through noontime. it will be sunny. we will see increasing clouds this afternoon starting from the north bay working their way south. the showers arrive, and the late afternoon and to the evening hours, so it's going to be another cold day today, tomorrow, but the end is in sight and spring is in the air. i will have the accuweather 7-day forecast coming up. president trump has fired another shot against the media, as the democrats elect a new party chairman. chuck severson has all the latest from washington. >> reporter: guess who is not coming to dinner? president trump has stiffed the
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washington press corps big time, tweeting i will not be attending the white house correspondence association dinner this year, please wish everybody well and have a great evening. he's skipping the tradition, which the president and the press trade theoretically light barbs. his top strategist calls hit a opposition party. the tru the white house strongly denies the campaign had contact with russia. >> you cannot have a friend of mine, jeff sessions, who was on the campaign and a appointee, and you need to use the special prosecutor's statue and office. >> in atlanta on saturday the democrats hope it's the first
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step forward on the long road back to power. electing former obama labor secretary, tom perez, their new national chairman. >> they will ask the question of all of us, where were you in 2017 when we had the worst president in the history of the united states? >> a message that hit home with the party's rank and file. >> today's a new beginning. >> we looking at the long game, so i think everybody is going to work out fine. >> abc news, new york. >> after democrats named tom perez as their new chair, president trump responded on twitter saying congratulations to thomas perez who has just been named chairman of the dnc. i could not be happier for him or the republican party. well, perez did not stand-down. he tweeted, call me tom and don't get too happy, keith ellison, that's the deputy chair, and i and democrats united across the country will
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be your worst nightmare. tom perez will go one-on-one with george stephanopoulos today, and nancy pelosi will also appear on "this week," ahead of president trump's first address to a joint session of congress. can you watch their full interviews on "this week" with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning right here on abc 7. oscar nominees are making political statements before the awards ceremony even begins. the director's nominated for the best foreign language film from denmark, sweden, iran, australia and germany, and they have released a group statement denouncing, quote, the climate of tpau national saysam we see today in the u.s. and so many other countries, and they did not mention any leader by name, but the leaders expressed their disapproval of leading
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politicians that they believe influence those attitudes. we are now less than 11 hours until hollywood's biggest night. abc 7 news anchor, kristin zee is in hollywood, and spoke with a bay area man looking to win big tonight. they shine a spotlight on the filmmakers that may not have the pwup budget, but have plenty of heart. a two-time oscar nominee now, and he is up for the best short documentary award, shot at highland hospital in oakland, extremist explores the painful choices facing doctors, families and patience in end-of-life cases. >> it's not can we, it's should we sustain life? that's a deeply challenging and profound question for doctors to deal with. they are not trained to counsel
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people. >> his film along with other nominated document shorts were shown at the screen writers guild in beverly hills. he said meeting the likes of barbra streisand is surreal. >> for a lot of time it was me and a camera and to be here now among all of these talented -- enormously talented filmmakers and actors and producers and directors, and makeup artists, it's a different world. >> he will also be rooting for a competitor that happens to be his former student, and her thesis film, 4.1 miles documents the refugee crisis in her native greece. it would be a win for uc berkeley's graduate school of journalism. here are the other nominees
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from the bay area looking to win tonight, ali from oakland is nominated for the best supporting actor for "moonlight", and mike mills from berkeley nominated for best original screen play for "20th century women," and two from pixar nominated for the best animated short film for "piper." and it's the 37th annual academy of friends gala in san francisco. this event will feature several bay area restaurants and a silent auction during the oscars. the academy of friends began as a small oscar party at a home, and since its inception, it has raised nearly $9 million for local charities. tonight's event starts at 5:00 at the midway on marin street in san francisco.
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other oscar parties tonight in the bay area, also in san francisco, an academy awards party benefiting the st. francis foundation at 5:00 at the fairmount hotel. in oakland, an oscar's party will be at the new parkway theater on 24th street. can you watch the oscars live only on abc 7 today. our live coverage begins at 2:00 this afternoon, and jimmy kimmel is hosting the oscars for the first time, and that all begins at 5:30. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, it's not about the sights, it's about the sounds. ♪ i don't know why i keep moving my body ♪ ♪ >> we are not talking about just the movies themselves. here is a live look from the east bay hills camera. looking forward to this week when things start to warm up.
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several academy awards tonight swept the spirit independent awards yesterday. took home six awards including best feature, best directing and best screen play. this beach side show in santa monta is held the bay before the
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oscars and recognizes films made for less than $20 million. from the best to the worst, the razzies went political this year. it hands out sarcastic awards for the worst movies and actors, and the secret history of the democratic party earned worst history and director. one critic said this doesn't even qualify as properly executed propaganda. "batman versus home several awards. it's certainly cold out there, and temperatures dropped below freezing in the north bay, but look at this beautiful shot here where san francisco sits at 44 degrees. the sun officially up in just a
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few minutes, and we're stuck in the cold and somewhat damp weather pattern for the next couple of days. i will time out the chance of showers and tell you when we can expect to feel like spring coming up. thank you, lisa. and also ahead, more history made by the warriors. the dubs lead the nets without kd. larry beal has all the
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let's check out sports. the warriors clinched a playoff birth for the seventh straight year. they are heading east to begin a long five-game road trip, and they will be in philadelphia tomorrow night. last night the warriors beat the brooklyn nets at oracle arena, and here's larry beil with highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. kevin durant missed his first game of the season for the warriors out with a sore hand, but steph curry helping a fan win 5,000 bucks during a time-out. steph, i can use help with the mortgage there. and first quarter, clark up the court, and steph curry, slash, dubs by four after one quarter. final seconds, first half. steph, three and a foul so another four-point play.
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dubs up 11 at the half. and then klay thompson, 3 of his 24. warriors opened up a lead as big as 19, but the nets hung in there. final seconds of the third, steph coming at you here, and finishes in traffic to beat the buzzer. nets would cut it to eight in the fourth, but steph going to school. and 112-95 was the final score. to the ice, the sharks coming off an nhl mandated bye week playing a short-handed canucks team who had five players out because of the mumps. and crunched by joseph labate. and then on a break-away here, the puck rolls wide, but tomas hurdle in front of the
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4-1 score. and then hoping the renaissance here would take place this year. first inning, cain giving up a rbi triple, and that scores baez. and to the third inning and the new closer, melancon giving his first appearance, and michael morse was playing first base in this game. power from the giants, the new player, wong from korea, and the giants win it by 8-6. a's opening up in the cactus league against chris bryant and the other half of the cubs.
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down 3-0, and free agents signing matt joyce, and the fan give the ball to a little girl there. and matt chapman ties it up with a two-run clout, and the a's drop their opener by a score of 4-3. enjoy the rest of your weekend and the oscars tonight here on abc 7. good sunday morning. a couple of cold weather systems visiting us this weekend. not through with them yet. and we are enjoying the lack of cloud cover, but we will show you the system yesterday, it skirted the coast and pushed in through southern california and another one to follow that will give us a chance for showers tonight and also southern california into tomorrow. here it is. you can't really see it. it's an area of low pressure embedded in the flow here to the north and west of us, and it allows for some showers tonight.
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but the bulk of the day will be dry for you, and looking at our winter weather advisory in the sierra nevada, 4 to 8 inches over the passes and the winds will be gusty with this vigorous little system. so looks calm out there, and the sea breeze will kick up later today. 40, oakland, mountain view and san jose. and 42 in san francisco. look at this beautiful shot from mount tam, where it's so frosty out there. early this morning there was frost on the windshield and you will have to scrape if you are headed out early or certainly add another layer, or wait a little bit, and it's going to stay cold for a while. the delta 36, as well as livermore, and concord at 37. a couple things going on to bring more energy to the north coast here from sonoma. a little down through the central coast right on through the afternoon. that means the possible sneaker waves and risks of being swept
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away if you get too close out there. from the golden gate bridge, yes, it's clear, and a nice start to the day, although i am sure you would like it warmer, and that's on the way but not in the short term. we will have a cool and northwesterly flow, still cool air on tuesday, and then milder weather as we get into the middle of the week and end of the workweek. stuck in the cool pattern where it's somewhat sunny throughout much of the day. a few increasing clouds. numbers just in the 50s, and as we look at san jose as an example, still cold, because tomorrow will drop down a few degrees, and then warming up into the 60s. feeling like spring. one system to go, and it's a 1 on the storm impact scale. you will notice increasing clouds, 2:00 or 3:00, and then showers move in through the evening and stay with us through your monday morning, and looking
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at amounts light, probably sleeping through it all, and overnight lows with showers, and chilly 30s, and low 40s, and the accuweather 7-day forecast, 1 on the storm impact scale tonight into tomorrow. and they are looking at not only sunny and warmer conditions, but low to mid-60s, download our abc 7 news app, and you will see the trend, and we can see at least two weeks of dry weather. >> i will give you an award for best weather forecast. >> nice. >> yeah, thanks, lisa. the oscars are just hours away at the dolby theater, and as abc 7 news reporter, jonathan bloom found, dolby is providing far more than just the venue for hollywood's biggest night. the san francisco company has its fingerprints all overt technology used to make and show some of the year's biggest films.
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♪ >> it's nominated for 14 oscars, but when "la la land" was screened here at dolby's headquarters in san francisco, one thing stood out as much as the music. >> i looked around when i heard the smoke alarm. that's the kind of experience we are talking about. we want you to feel like you are sitting in the middle of the experience. >> "hack saw ridge," and "la la land," are two that were used. dolby, the latest sound technology allows you to do things easily. >> and i don't see any speakers. >> right. >> if you see speakers, our silence has shown you are distracted by that and you start to look where the sound comes from. >> reporter: so cinemas built with the new dolby sound have hidden speakers in the walls.
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>> if you imagine a dark scene, you can see in the allies. >> all the light has to come from somewhere, and back in the day you would have a light bulb in the projector, and now the screen is lit up by these two racks of laser modules. there are 60 dolby theaters around the country, and they say these technologies will inbound your living room before you know it. >> it's like being in a movie theater. >> in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. not the oscars, but still quite an award. coming up, how kids in oakland can win a golden sneaker a
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this is violet. she's been waiting for this moment for awhile. a moment other kids wouldn't think twice about. her first bowl of cheerios. because now that cheerios are gluten free, violet, and many others are enjoying their first bowl today.
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from last night's $40 million powerball drawing. 6, 32, 47, 62, 65, and the powerball 19. nobody got all six. wednesday night's jackpot grows to $53 million. starting tomorrow, students throughout alameda county will have the chance to win a golden warriors sneaker by promoting a healthier earth. the golden sneaker contest challenges students to get to and from school by using a green
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mode of transportation, carpooling, biking, walking, and taking the bus are all alternative ways they can get around. students from the school with the biggest increase in using green modes will use a green sneaker trophy donated by the warriors, and the contest ends march 10th. let's get a look at your accuweather forecast. >> nice and clear, and you know what that means, cold, and frosty, i am sure, at your house, with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. a nice look outside here where we are looking at clear conditions. the accuweather 7-day forecast featuring one on the storm impact scale, and clouds increase late today. your day will be dry, and leftover morning showers and then chilly sunshine for tuesday, but 60s on the way for everybody all week long, and maybe a few extra clouds next weekend, yes, applause, and still looking dry beyond that, so we are due. >> thank you lisa.
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thank you for joins us on "abc 7 mornings," and our news continues online, on twitter, and abc bay area instagram. "good morning america" is up next, and of course it's oscar night, the red carpet stuff begins at 2:00, and the show itself at 7:30. tune in, everybody, and have a great sunday.
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good morning america. breaking overnight -- mardis gras horror. a pickup truck out of control plowing into a crowd of spectators. >> we have got multiple injured, multiple injured. >> the chaotic scene from the chain-reaction crash. the driver arrested. was alcohol to blame? special prosecutors? the calls from within donald trump's own party over those reported contacts with russians. >> we need to do it because they're bad people. >> why this top republican thinks the attorney general should bow out. as defendant says no thank you to a long-held tradition. why is he snubbing the annual white house correspondents' dinner? plus, democrats select a new leader. his first move to unite the party. and oscar night! excitement in hollywood off the charts.


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