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afternoon, police are looking for help to find the shooter and are now offering a $7,500 reward. >> as you know it has been an extremely violent week. we are asking if you were in the area, have a business or live nearby to please check your surveillance footage, as you may have captured the crime before, during or after it occurred. dan: police had the guard underwent surgery and is now stable. thieves have targeted news crews many times. >> sky seven was over macarthur boulevard and warren street as officers searched a car that officers from san francisco had pursued into the east bay. the officers had tried to pull the driver over in connection with the felony. police -- patrol car and took
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off again. police conducted a search of the area. dan: what happened today follows a slew of crimes that happen all around the bay over the last week in particular, including crowds of robbers targeting stores, running out with armloads of expensive merchandise. the suspects were caught and arrested for crimes in san francisco last friday. for the first time they face multiple felony charges. >> we now know stunning details of how the louis vuitton robbery unfolded friday night, as five of these suspects make their first court appearance, we also learned how much merchandise was taken and the relationship each suspect had to one another. bystander video shows sfpd break the windows of a silver mustang, and we now know cousins were the
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men inside. police say they were caught with $6,000 in stolen goods. miller has felony convictions dating back to 2017. police say he drove the vehicle, revving it in an attempt to evade police. callaway was the passenger, he was found with a loaded firearm. also in court today, speed, who was detained leaving the scene. police say he had $13,000 worth of merchandise on him as he ran away and was later found to have stashed another $14,000 in goods nearby. he spent 42 months in prison for a number of convictions, including distributing cocaine. we also spoke with miller's mother, who is callaway's aunt outside the courtroom. >> of course they done wrong. i know they done wrong. but quit beating these young men like that. that could be somebody else's child. reporter: as for the two women who appeared today, kimberly cherry and white, abc spoke to a woman is that she is white's mother and sherry's grandmother. police documents show they were
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caught in another vehicle with $20,000 in merchandise. the judge acknowledges their previous criminal history is not as serious as the men in court and set bail for $5,000 each. no bail has been set for alert or speed. callaway remains detained until his next court appearance next week. ama: contra costa county prosecutors filed conspiracy, robbery and burglary charges against three suspects in saturday's massive smash and grab at nordstrom's in walnut creek. this video shows some of the 90 or so running from the store. most escaped, but police say they were able to arrest and 30-year-old dawson 19-year-old rodney robinson. her office is committed to stopping those participating in organized retail theft. central marin police, they say
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40 people broke in and stole about $50,000 worth of merchandise. police were called to paulo alto about an attempted break-in there. they ended up arresting two women and in their car found merchandise connected to the robbery. the women were released and now have a warrant out for their arrest. south bay leaders want to arrest to be seen as a warning. they said if you come to santa clara county and tried to commit theft, there will be consequences. how an investment in technology may help combat the rising crime. >> it's not a common feeling this time of year, but many residents are scared, concerned if and when the next flash robbery will occur, especially with america's biggest shopping weekend days away. but leaders in the city of san jose say it should be the suspects who are afraid, and they all doubled down on their promise to keep the city safe. >> san jose and santa clara county is not the place to be coming to commit organized
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retail crime or crime of any kind. >> we are making it clear, if you're in santa clara county, you're going to be caught and punished. >> for those thinking of committing these crimes, don't, because you're going to get caught, you're going to go to jail. reporter: arrest of already been made into suspects or facing -- and to suspects are facing jail time, 19-year-old and 22-year-old lewis attempted to steal more than $4000 of perfume and cologne from macy's stores at both valley fair and oak ridge malls last night. santa clara county district attorney jeff rosen says there bail is set at $2 million. >> we have begun charging these cases, we will charge them to the fullest extent of the law. these are felonies, summer -- some of these are strike offenses. the perpetrators that have been arrested are in custody, behind bars, where they will remain. reporter: the mayor announced a quarter million dollar proposal for technology including license plate readers that will be voted on at tuesday's city council
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meeting. in hope it will help police and the rest of other suspects. >> it allows us to do more, and, -- cover more locations, ensure safety without increasing the number of officers. reporter: city leaders want residence to feel safe. they will take part in supporting businesses this weekend and encourage others to do the same. >> it is safe, we have the best police department in the country keeping us safe. dan: in oakland, police are creasing staffing to address the recent increase in violent crime. the mayor talked with us about it today. >> we are limiting time off or are officer so we can ensure we don't fall below certain staffing levels. we do need to keep staffing up even during the holiday season. in fact, especially during the holiday season. dan: the mayor says the police department has the lowest staffing in a decade and says she is pushing for the city to hire more officers.
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meantime, the owners of several oakland cannabis dispensers held a meeting asking for stronger police presence around their stores. roving bands of thieves struck several of these stores in the past week. with the police force is already at bare-bones, will the city be able to step up and help these dispensaries? >> someone is going to die on one of these sites and that will be their downfall. >> no one has more of a stake in making sure that opens cannabis dispensaries are safe. the same store was pillaged by roving band of greece over the we can. three days later, lent was among those on a resume call with the open police chief. >> we know this type of stuff is going on. send an extra cop around the area. park one at my store. anything we can do to work together. >> cannabis dispensaries were among dozens of those hit over the weekend.
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gunfire was exchanged both with private security and police. >> i want to be clear, i do not want to see security companies engaged in gunfire with individuals. i don't want to see these gun battles occurring as the result of an armed suspect coming to these occasions. >> some cannabis businesses are not waiting for the city or the police to figure out ways to protect them. they are taking matters into their own hands. opd is reportedly going to offer more support heading into this coming weekend. >> we are talking about having more officers on hand to respond to things that might heat up this weekend. so yes, we are able to increase the number of boots on the ground through overtime and other surge units. >> i think they understand now where we are coming from. we are not going through this no more.
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ama: bay area prosecutors are joining forces to prevent organized retail theft. melanie has part of the story because it could help build a better bay area. melanie: video after video has highlighted a massive problem in recent days. >> this is not just a theft problem, this is organized. >> now they are creating an alliance. district attorney steve wagstaff says talking to one another will increase prosecutors ability to be tough on crime. >> if someone has committed crimes in san francisco, san mateo and santa clara all in a single spree, the law will allow us to be able to put that together all in one complaint in one county. they will get a heavier punishment that way. >> the san francisco city attorney announce felony charges against nine people in
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connection with recent burglaries, including at union square's louis vuitton. >> this is not a problem limited to san francisco. we are seeing similar crimes occur around the bay area. >> he says his office has previously prosecuted for theft at least two of the nine people arrested. a 53-year-old and 23-year-old kimberly cherry. >> what we have seen is that the goods are stolen in one place and sold in another place that is a network that we are in the process of uncovering and taking down. >> at least one public defender sees a potential problem. alameda county public defender brandon woods says, i am concerned about the one-size-fits-all approach. the pandemic has wreaked havoc on our communities. many people are committing crimes out of economic
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desperation and despair. simply incarcerating everyone involved in these kind of theft crimes will not solve the root cause of the problem. this is only led to that mass caging or worst of black and brown people. it has never resulted in justice. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. ama: if you want to help build a better bay area, go to abc 7 dan: guilty, guilty, guilty. words heard repeatedly in georgia as the trial of the men charged with killing ahmaud arbery came to conclusion. >> if we are not rain we need, why not mild thanksgiving whether? >> tonight michael finney has >> tonight michael finney has your holiday shopping g ♪ ♪ comprehensive dental coverage.
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dan: happening now, we are in the thick of travel time. this is a live view from our tower camera in emeryville. it is busy in both directions, but even more so this week in particular. a peaceful view this morning of that stretch of the freeway. aaa used a data analysis company to predict that noon-85 p.m. today is a worse time to travel. traffic should ease up after 9:00 p.m. and on the we can, aim to travel in the morning.
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travel gets bad around 2:00 p.m. saturday and even earlier, 1:00 p.m. sunday as people try to get back home. some folks in san jose hop in their car to head to a covid testing site. people who run the site at the sanitary fairground say they've been busy in recent days after plateau in recent weeks. everyone we spoke with say they just want to do the right thing before seeing family tomorrow. >> we are coming back from our first quarter in college, so we kind of wanted to get tested just to make sure we are all safe. we did want to bring anything back to school. >> i'm living in the dorm so i am at a higher rate of exposure than most people. i just figured, i think it would be best if i get tested because i've been surrounded by semi kids for so long. dan: in all, more than 2500 people of all ages were tested at the site yesterday.
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ama: despite the pandemic, small businesses are hoping this week and gives them the boost they really need. many small businesses survive the pandemic but now have to cope with supply chain problems. >> a lot of stuff is sold out but we have a lot of great recommendations, so we are excited. >> there's a sense of community you might not get from the bigger downtown shops. ama: always the saturday after thanksgiving. it's a way for consumers to make an impact in their community by supporting independently owned businesses during the holiday season. if the weather holds, it seems like it will be a nice weekend to get out. spencer: it really is. we have needed rain for a long time so enjoy the wonderful weather coming our way. it will be nice and mild and
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dry. here's a look at while we have the weather we have. original high pressure nosing into the bay area, this high pressure system is bringing us not only clear skies but a mild pattern over the next few days. not one location around the bay area has a wind speed out of the single digits. it is a little bit cooler once the sun goes down. hills camera under clear skies tonight. 54 degrees, only 50 in napa and down to 49 in fairfield, so it's getting pretty cool up north and to the east as well. a view once again of the congested traffic in emeryville.
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many people are trying to get to where they are going for thanksgiving. lovely weather all across the bay area for thanksgiving and sunny and mild or over the weekend than tomorrow. this is the forecast animation showing a few high clouds moving through but not enough to keep the temperatures from dropping into the chilly range. tomorrow bright skies but high clouds passing by. a day of filtered sunshine for thanksgiving. mid-30's and some of the chillier north bay locations. low to mid 40's around the bayshore line. tomorrow, thanksgiving day, filtered sunshine with a high of 63 and san francisco 65. most locations will top out at about 65-67 degrees.
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sent rose at 60 -- 63 the high in napa. down to the south bay, upper 60's and 67 at morgan hill. the thanksgiving forecast day planner, a chilly start to the day with temperatures mainly in the 40's at that hour. by new we will see temperatures right around 66, moving into the mid to upper 60's by 3:00 p.m. but temperatures will drop sharply after sunset. friday will bring similar weather to what we expect for tomorrow, sunny and warmer over the weekend. next week, still pretty mild on monday. temperatures drop off a couple of degrees on tuesday. we are looking at some lovely of -- weatherhead for thanksgiving and the entire week. ama: we've had such nice, sunny weather but the rain that fell
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ama: we are keeping an eye on holiday traffic because this is the busiest time to be on the road. traffic is flowing, although a decent amount of cars there. traffic has been heavy since noon today. thanksgiving is about being together with family, and now -- that often includes our four-legged friends. >> the holidays are here and our festive dinners, complete with turkey and all the fixings. >> a dog is a shelter dog, we got him nine months ago. this will be his first thanksgiving with us, so we are pretty happy about that. >> vets say it is ok to have your pet around the dinner table, but it's better to keep them in an enclosed area. >> most of the cases i have seen
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-- really bad cases have to be hospitalized with a fluid drip. >> he says these are five things on your holiday table that are safe for cats or dogs. raw green beans, cooked and plain butternut squash, pumpkin purée, seedless sliced apples and sliced turkey. >> squash, raw green bean out, hopefully they will get some fiber. turkey is good, make sure it is skinless and doesn't have any added content. make sure it doesn't have bones. if it has bones, that can cause irritation. >> but here are five fuji your pet should not have. mass potatoes, stuffing, and corn on the cob. >> if they swallow the whole
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thing, surgery is often needed and that can become variance offensive. >> pets are like family and it's great to be with them during the holidays. it's just important to be aware of what they can and cannot eat. dan: first thanksgiving with us. i'll have to be careful not to feed him the wrong things. ama: louis will try t try anything that falls on the floor. dan: we are following up on an environmental project we first told you about a year ago. the goal is to make the san francisco bay their home. >> way will help. ama: optimism in the bay area
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>> we, the jury, find the defendant travis mcmichael, guilty. >> we find the defendant william r brian guilty. dan: the jury today convicted three men of the killing of ahmaud arbery. the men claim they thought he was a burglar. >> it was huge, we finally the justice he deserved back in 2020. ama: travis mcmichael, gregor ge mcmichael and neighbor mandatory life sentences. the men's attorneys say they plan to appeal. dan: so many have watched this trial as a measure where the nation stands on social justice. ama: our anchor liz kreutz
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reaction to the verdicts. liz: the guilty verdict has led many to breathe a big sigh of relief. >> of course i was really elated once the verdict came in. >> the co-founder of co-founderf police the trial closely, hoping this would be the outcome while knowing that so often the black community has felt failed by the justice system. that's why it is so it is so ito even though the evidence was so clear. president joe biden tweeted, nothing can bring mr. arbery back to his family and community, but the verdict ensures that those who committed this horrible crime will be punished. vice president harris said in a
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statement alive and criticize the defense counsel. >> to the rule of what happens in america. if >> the fight for racial equity is far from over, the fact that this jury came to this conclusion shows real progress. >> maybe it is a mark along the way. dan: this friday night, ahmaud arbery's family reflects on his life and his mother's quest for truth and justice. it's a two hour 2020 starting on friday at 9:00 here on abc7. ama: new details, deadly fire in
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cupertino is now arson. the fire on tuscany place happened in late september. according to the santa clara county sheriff's office, killed his roommate in a fight and let the house on fire. flammable accelerants were found. the name and age of the victim were not released. dan: today might be a day to set records. millions of americans are traveling for thanksgiving. abc newsabc newsabc ne shows you what it is like it out -- what it is like out there. >> the travel rush is on as millions prepare together for thanksgiving. some traveling for the first time in nearly two years. the tsa anticipating pre-pandemic levels with 2 million passengers expected wednesday alone, and even more on sunday, which could be the busiest day of the year. >> the busiest travel days since
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the pandemic began are all going to happen between november 19 and november 30. >> that means some very long lines. >> my goodness, it was completely out of control. >> experts say give yourself extra time to make it through security. >> i've never been to the airport when it has been this crazy. it is an experience, for sure. >> and the roads are no different. >> our family leapt from brooklyn and they are way ahead of us. >> aaa says more than 48 million will drive to their destinations this year, but they are shelling out extra cash to do so. >> i'm not not paying a lot for the gas. >> president biden has tapped into the emergency oil supply, hoping to eventually bring down gas prices as demand goes up.
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dan: the national average may $3.40 per gallon, but we are paying way more than that here. we have the most expensive gas in the country and the bay area is leading the way. napa has the highest price at the pump, four dollars 90 cents according to aaa. the cheapest gas is around vallejo. ama: between politics and the pandemic, this thanksgiving could set the stage for some difficult dinner conversations. we will give you advice on how to handle it. >> i'm michael finney with how you can make sho ♪cough cough ♪ ♪ sneeze sneeze ♪ [ sneezing ] needs... ♪ plop plop fizz fizz ♪ [ loud fizzing ] alka seltzer plus cold relief. dissolves quickly... [ loud fizzing ] instantly ready to start working. so you can bounce back fast with alka-seltzer plus. now available for fast sinus relief.
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dan: we are keeping a close eye on traffic because this is the worst time to be out on the road, but not right here. a little while ago this was a lot busier but things have settled down. as we've been telling you, experts say after 9:00 p.m. is the best time to travel. aaa used data analysis to predict that traffic will lighten up after nine to 5 p.m. tonight and should stay light until 11:00 a.m. tomorrow.
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this is the second holiday shopping season to be affected by covid. last year's season was different from the past and this one will be different from last year as well. michael finney has been in conversation with the nation's top experts and tear to give us a look at what we can expect. >> experts say there are three things we must keep in mind when shopping the ship. one, your pay more than used to, number two, shop early, and three, black friday and cyber monday don't mean as they used to. does your email inbox look like mine? black friday add after black friday add, making this shopping season seem like all the rest. well, the pandemic has changed things. now the resulting supply chain issues have changed things again. the new york times consumer
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advice, product testing section is seeing a different attitude for retailers and different pricing. >> black friday will be impacted by the ongoing supply chain issues. we are anticipating seeing antip discounts and lesser discounts. >> the senior deals editor at wire cutter. >> shoppers are expected to pay around 9% more between thanksgiving and cyber monday and they did in 2020. >> will there be deals on black or is it more hype than reality? >> there's always those doorbuster deals to try to get you into a store or online. >> senior electronics editor jim wilcox. >> a lot of times we try to buy them and review them and often we find they are just not great products. >> there's no reason to wait
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until cyber monday to buy computer gear and electronics. there will be good four days, especially on tv's, laptops and chrome books. don't wait for the hot toys or gaming systems to go on sale. if reasonably priced, both should be bought when found because you may never see them again at any price. consumer reports is testing products and reporting and on what you should buy and which should be left on the shelves. our cutter will be keeping track of prices in real time and reporting where the deals are and are not on black friday. personal care items like hairdryers and electric shavers will be plentiful and priced well. so there is something you can fall back on if you can't find anything else. dan: holiday shopping deadlines are fast approaching for the
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u.s. postal service. retail ground delivery for christmas, you need to ship by december 15. you can wait until the 17th if you're going with first class mail and the 18 for priority mail, but you are cutting it close. express items must be shipped by december 23, but even if you meet the deadlines, you could see late packages due to the pandemic and the global supply chain disruptions. let's be honest, the holidays can be a stressful time, especially now that many families are getting together for the first time since the pandemic. a family therapist says politics is definitely a topic to avoid. she has a tip when it comes to covid vaccination status. >> just talk about it just talk the bat. and some are not vaccinated, and
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then drop it and move on to the next activity. ama: a guest and don't want to stay too long, let the host know you will be there for a certain amount of time. the most important thing to remember it is the time to reconnect and relax. a lot of people are not doing thanksgiving with the family. for the weather. we will see his forecast for thanksgiving, black friday, and the weekend, next. the weekend, next. enjoy the gift of being together. the binaxnow covid-19 antigen self test has the same technology used by doctors and detects multiple variants. so in just 15 minutes, you can test, know, and go. available in stores and online.
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to see the difference a year makes. his focus, oysters, now making themselves at home in a variety of re-fabricated pods and panels put into service last november. >> goal is to maximize oyster recruitment, get them to come and settle onto these panels to grow. >> the project essentially banned -- began with this restored title march -- tidal marsh. allowing salty bay tides to mix with a freshwater stream. young showed off panelung temporarily moved in a recent dive even the panels provide the native oysters a home to attach themselves to along the cement walls of the culvert. >> all of these are oysters, oysters, oysters. all of these are oysters. >> is an ongoing experiment
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design evolution. the textured fiberglass panels were specially designed with the help of evan jones and designers from the california college for the arts. ? it's really part of a very new way of thinking about infrastructure design and ecology together. >> they are going to protect prt both airports, the port of oakland is looking for a different strategy. this kind of work definitely informs. >> young says the team is still learning about the physics of the tidal marsh and what other species might be benefiting along with them. the marsh will evolve as kind of a living petri dish, giving ecologists and engineers innovative designs that can be duplicated around san francisco bay. >> things are changing, and we
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need to adapt. these are opportunities to use science to advance our knowledge. dan: a number of cities including seattle are experimenting with urban divines aim to -- urban designs to enhance things. spencer: the clouds will not arrive until the temperatures have dropped into the chili range in the inland valleys and clouds will increase, giving us filtered sunshine for a nice activity day. tomorrow's thanksgiving day, low 60's at the coast and mid to upper 60's elsewhere. a slight drop off in temperatures on tuesday and back to dry and milder wednesday.
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and sports often go hand in hand . yesterday a patriots player views the podium to declare war on mac & cheese. thankfully today the 49ers kept it simple and just detail their favorite dishes. >> growing up, my mom always made this noodles dish that was very good. >> it's underrated, i would say green bean casserole. >> macaroni and cheese and sweet potatoes. >> sweet potato pie. i like fried turkey. >> it's all about the mashed potatoes for me. this week the 49ers distributed their favorite dishes, teaming up with second harvest of silicon valley. the niners gave food to over 750 families in need. it was an in person event, which is rare these days. it comes at a great time because head coach kyle shanahan said his family is always mad at him this time of year. >> thanksgiving is awesome for
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us because we speed up the whole schedule. it feels like we get a little bit of vacation because on thursday we get home at 10:00, but we speed up the schedule so we can get home by 7:00. usually i see about 12 people very upset with me and very hungry and irritated. when they come to visit us, they have to wait until i get home, and i go to bed pretty after and they get annoyed with me and i tell them just let me go to bed. casey: ever since in custody after making a series of instagram videos this morning waving a gun and saying people were in his home trying to kill him. he was taken into custody without incident several hours later. hopefully he gets the help he needs because some things are just more important than football. and earning a spot in a
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championship game at the maui invitational which was held this year in las vegas due to hawaii travel restrictions. this is sort of a metaphor for the gales performance. tommy finished with eight points but wisconsin was all the way back. stares down his defender and steps right into the three. randy bennett, not loving it so much. a one-point game. he led the gales with 13 points. tyler rall had 18. the first loss of the year, 61-55. a pretty tight game throughout. a three-point lead with five minutes to play. the chance for the lead, and it is no good. the bears fall 62-50 nine, but showing signs of improvement.
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we want to see the greatest clip of all time. hockey intermission at the washington capitals game. this rarely happens during thanksgiving week, but my sources do tell me the turkey team one. i love that clip. i'm thankful for that clip, i'm thankful to be in the studio with you guys, and my family came all the way from arizona to visit. poppa does not like getting on airplanes. dan: we are glad they are here. ama: and we are thankful for casey pratt. coming up tonight on abc 7 starting an edit clock, is the goldbergs, the wonder years, the connors, then home economics. then the queen family sing-along at 10 :00, followed by abc 7 news at 11:00.
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our app is available for apple tv and android tv. download the app now and start streaming. dan: finally, a few thoughts about what really matters. these are strange, tense, and chaotic times in so many ways. this week alone, the jaw-dropping organized mass of robberies around the bay area, the high-profile murder trials in wisconsin and georgia, so much riding on those verdicts. and of course the ongoing pandemic and new concerns about a post holiday surge in new cases. as much as there seems to be going wrong, tomorrow is a day we set aside to be grateful for what is going right. nice giving day is that uniquely american holiday when we can come together with family and friends to celebrate and to in fact be thankful. no question this is an anxious time in the country, and many will find it hard to tune out the problems if even for only a few hours tomorrow. but that is been true many times
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in our nation's past. hard, uncertain, frightening periods, and still we paused to give thanks. so let's all do that tomorrow. what really matters, have a happy thanksgiving. i always love to hear from you. let me know what you think. follow me on facebook and twitter. ama: that will do it for this edition of abc 7 news. we thank you so much for joining us. dan: we appreciate your time and hope you have a great rest of the evening.
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♪ from the alex trebek stage at sony pictures studios, this is "jeopardy!" let's meet today's contestants-- a retired market researcher from edgewood, kentucky... a teacher from carrollton, texas... and our returning champion-- an engineering manager from oakland, california... whose 5-day cash winnings total... and now, hosting "jeopardy!"-- ken jennings! [cheers and applause] thank you, johnny gilbert. welcome, everyone. if you've been watching "jeopardy!" this season, you know we've had a run of very successful winning streaks on the show, and added some great players to the mix
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for our next tournament of champions. our most recent qualifier, amy schneider, secured her spot on yesterday's show, joining four other season 38 qualifiers. i know madeline and dan would like to add their names to that list as well. so let's play "jeopardy!" good luck to all of you. here are the categories in the first round... next... ooh... and finally... - amy, start us off. - periods of time, $200. - madeline. - what is the reign? the reign of king john, that's right. periods of time for $400. - amy. - what is instant? - yes. - periods of time, $600.


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