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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> kind, kind, compassionate, and very honorary. anchor: former colleagues are mourning the loss of the security guard shot in oakland last week. kevin nishita was working with a local news crew during an attempted robbery. one police department offering an award leading to an arrest. that morning. it is november 28. you are watching abc 7 news at 5:00 a.m. i am stephanie sierra this morning. we will have much more on that story in a moment. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen. lisa: good morning.
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we are looking at typical conditions. clear skies, cool temperatures, fog not an issue for most of us. we have a little in santa rosa. we are looking at live doppler seven that shows storm track far away from the bay area. elsewhere looking good. 51 san bruno. it is 43 in redwood city. mid 40's santa rosa. a little bit of fog could be drifting in from antioch into concord. we are warmer this morning, two to four degrees warmer. what a day yesterday. tons of sunshine. we will do it again with temperatures well into the 60's by noon. mid to upper 60's by 4:00. low 70's in the southbay today. sunsetting at 4:51. we will talk about the first week of december and changes in our fircrest -- forecast. stephanie: a security guard shot in oakland last week while working with a local news crew
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has died. kevin nishita was shot during what police say was an attempted robbery. mashita was a former police officer who worked for the san jose, hayward, and colma police departments. we spoke to one of nishita's former employers. reporter: approximately 12:30 wednesday afternoon, kevin nishita was helping two guard a karen for newsgroup when he became a victim of crime himself. >> one of the pharmacies -- >> the suspect vehicle is a white acura tl four-door. reporter: nishita was working with a local reporter on 14th street near harrison in oakland when a man attempted to steal the reporter's camera. when nishita intervened, he was shot by the robber. saturday morning, he succumbed to his injuries. >> he was kind, caring, compassionate, and honorary. reporter: commander sherwin lum
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works with one of several law enforcement agencies nishita worked with around the bay area. he says nishita was a model police officer, working to bridge the gap between law enforcement and the community. beyond being a former colleague, lum tells me nishita was his friend and his death has hit his family hard. >> it is a very difficult time for them. they are very distraught. reporter: the suspect, believed to be driving a white 2004-2008 acura tl escape following the shooting. the oakland police department is investigating. an award of up to $32,000 is being offered leading up to the rest of the suspect. until that time, commander lum says it is important to honor sergeant nishita's memory. >> just stopping the violence. it needs to stop. reporter: in san francisco, tim
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johns. stephanie: our hearts go out to the nishita family. a gofundme has been set up. it has raised more than $8,000 already. we have posted it on our website, abc7news.com, if you would like to donate. we have this badge on the abc 7 news facebook page you can share to show your support for former police officer kevin nishita and his family. turning to the omicron variant. while it has not been officially detected in the u.s., its impact is already being felt by air travelers with bands about to be in effect. luz pena talk to an infectious disease expert and some worried passengers. luz: starting monday, the u.s. will block entry to most travelers from eight south african countries. greg just arrived from london to the bay area. >> i thought things were getting better. this is also new. luz: as omicron continu
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spread, the u.k., japan, brazil, thailand, and singapore are among a growing list of countries imposing restrictions on travelers from south africa. he missed his flight to singapore after not meeting the testing requirements. >> i would have been here on time, but it turns out the test results i got from a test center where the wrong type of test. luz: strict guidelines are happening across the globe. this travel agent is getting flashbacks of the beginning of the pandemic. >> we expected more business coming in. now is the new virus. it makes a lot of tourists nervous. they will not be traveling. luz: italy and germany confirmed the first cases of the new variant. michelle is glad he made it home. were you concerned you probably were going to get stuck? >> a little bit. luz: dr. peter ching, these travel restrictions are too late. >> a travel ban is not really
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going to stop what is going to happen naturally. by the time you have recognized meing, it is p already here. luz: scientists say one of the concerning factors of this variant is it has 50 mutations, more than any other variant, including the delta variant, which has 19. >> we know that our current vaccines are a little more resistant, but they still work against these other variants. luz: many are hoping they will get to travel to see loved ones this christmas. >> if it comes back with a lot of cases, then we might be able to go. luz: in san francisco, luz pena, abc 7 news. stephanie: israel has announced it is banning foreigners from entering the country for two weeks as fears rise over the new coronavirus variant. there is one confirmed case and seven consisted -- seven
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suspected cases of the variant in israel. coming up on this week, with concerns mounting over the omicron variant, dr. anthony fauci will talk about the latest research into the new strain and what it means for the future of the pandemic. you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning on abc 7. if you have questions about covid-19 vaccines, you can always ask our vaccine team. go to abc7news.com/vaccine and click on the big blue box. a documentary filmmaker in new york -- from new york in town was targeted in a brazen smash and grab robbery. it happened tuesday night in san francisco's japan town. cellphone video shows thieves breaking into his car and stealing a bag with film equipment, including months worth of footage. abc 7 news asked filmmaker if this experience would stop him from visiting san francisco in
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the future. >> i was a little disappointed to what happened to us this time around. i have always liked the city and the surrounding areas, including national parks. i would still come back, but i would spend less time in downtown san francisco. stephanie: frank filed a police report. we are waiting to learn if anyone has been arrested. the good news is a good samaritan found his passport on the street and was able to return it. in the east bay, and oakland family wants to get the word out about a crime targeting their business. thieves ransacked the 98 gift shop on international boulevard last saturday. video shows dozens of people swarming the shop, grabbing everything in sight. the family behind this small business tells us $100,000 worth of inventory was stolen. police have not made any arrests. a vigil was held in remembrance of harvey milk and san francisco
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mayor george marchione, marking the anniversary of their death. it took place in the harvey milk plaza. attendees gathered and lit candles in remembrance of the civil leaders. leaders talked about to change the two brought to san francisco. harvey milk was the first openly gay politician and activist. george must running is remembered as the people's mayor. lisa has a check of your forecast coming up. lisa: it is in the 50's right now. you can see how good the visibility is. 54 downtown. a little fog in the north bay. once again unseasonably warm today. we will have a slight dip in this pattern, a change to talk about through the early part of the week. i will have that for you next. stephanie: i had, rebounding from the pandemic. businesses banking on a small day thanks to small business saturday. the return of christmas in the
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stephanie: abc 7 is committed to building a better bay area. one topic we are focusing on is the economy and how it is being impacted by the pandemic. small businesses in the bay area are hoping to rebound with a busy holiday shopping season. yesterday was small business saturday. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard tells us store owners are counting on their community to support them. >> thank you very much. >> thank. reporter: lindsay greco wanted a unique holiday gift and decided to make a detour away from momo toward sustainable exchange. >> we were trying to get christmas shopping done and support are small businesses. reporter: that is the point of small business saturday. >> trusted everything we thought we knew about how to run the store. reporter: dan mark says it is
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more important than ever to support small retailers. the pandemic was crushing. businesses pouncing back with shoppers looking for one-of-a-kind gifts. >> in our store we try to source everything within 20 miles. most of what you see is local. reporter: between managing supply chain issues and competing for workers, small businesses are trying to make up for lost revenue. jeannie jarnot did some bargaining on social media to attract shoppers to her store. >> the last year and a half has been challenging. but traffic has been slow. coming in this morning with a line out the door has been encouraging. reporter: small retailers hope shoppers will consider them over the big box stores. american express estimates spending locally keeps and as submitted -- keeps an average of 6 dollars locally. >> the families and individuals that own these businesses need all the help they can get.
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it has been a rough year. reporter: holiday shopping season is here. fingers crossed, it will be mary and bright and profitable for small businesses. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. stephanie: vice president kamala harris and the second gentleman stopped by a holiday market in washington, d.c., for small business saturday. they purchased maps showing neighborhoods of san francisco and l.a. harris asked for a map of oakland, but the shop did not have one. the vp made a special request that her hometown be added. on tuesday, it is a day of giving. we have crated a list of local organizations that make an impact in helping to build a better bay area. you can find that list on our website, abc7news.com/takea ction. san jose's christmas in the park is back. with it comes the tradition of letting the christmas tree.
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dustin dorsey was there opening night, where a crowd gathered for this special event. reporter: we cranked up the christmas music, grabbed our favorite festive clothing, and officially started the holiday season. for more than 40 years, the southbay has done this with christmas in the park. it has reopened, back at its downtown location. >> this downtown event is why we exist. it is our main focus. reporter: 2020 was the first year in decades the park was not fully decorated with christmas displays for families. now it is back. organizers say it is better than ever. and all new inflatable beer and wine garden. a tree so big you can walk through. >> when people come downtown, i hope they enjoy themselves. reporter: the familiar grove of community decorated christmas trees returns. 527 to be exact. whether it was first time decorators. >> is a place where everyone can
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come together, walking, driving, taking transit, riding a bike. reporter: poor people renewing their 10 year tradition with friends and family. >> it brings hope and joy to the community. it is another sign of getting back to normalcy. we are super grateful and excited to be part of the event. reporter: everyone is happy to be back celebrating the holidays as a community at christmas in the park. >> we have been around for 40 plus years. the history dates back to the 1950's. generations have grown up with this event. there was never an option to not come back. it was how we were going to come back. here we are. reporter: dustin dorsey, abc 7 news. stephanie: a big holiday tradition has returned to the fairmont hotel in san francisco. yesterday, the hotel held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its
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gingerbread house. it stands 22 feet high and 23 feet wide. it is made with real gingerbread brakes, icing, and lots of sugar. engineering and culinary teams started planning in july. it took more than 500 hours to put together. you can find the large holiday display in the hotel's lobby, which will be open for the holiday season. hanukkah begins today. there are several events across the bay area to celebrate. in san francisco's union square the traditional menorah biting takes place at 4:45 this afternoon. a ceremony will take place each following night through the eighth and final night of the holiday, december 5. a nine foot menorah made out of legos will be in alameda. the event locations and times will be on your screen. happy hanukkah to all of you celebrating.
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lisa, the menorah lighting in union square is set to take place around 4:45. lisa: temperatures dropping through the 60's. it will be a pretty unseasonably warm day. we will be well into the upper 60's today by about 3:00. that means sunset numbers will be getting cool. nice conditions dropping through the 50's after 7:00. as we look at live doppler seven, it looks like the same picture. high pressure in command, allowing for the storm track to be pushed to the north. what we get out of it is a lot of sunshine. high cloudiness will visit us tomorrow. trying to break this pattern is going to be tough as we look at current numbers now. we are in the 40's in campbell. 52 cupertino. 47 san jose. mid-50's downtown. 43 novato. a little bit of fog drifting
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through the delta into brentwood and up in santa rosa. a nice festive look out there, embarcadero with skies mainly clear. looking at another sunny and warm afternoon. no rain looks to visit us through next weekend. we are looking out into december 10, it is looking murky as to when we could see some precipitation break this ridge of high pressure that is bringing us mild conditions as we look at the rest of the day today. notice it is going to be all about the blue sky. a little bit of fog at the coast. that is about the only minor changes we can talk about as we get into monday. cooler at the coast as we get a stronger onshore flow. a weak system may be allowing for high clouds to the north. won't even notice much of a change. in terms of the beaches, that might be the place to go if you are not shopping today. in santa cruz, we are looking at
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temperatures in the low 70's. half moon bay 68. 67 pacifica. mild 68 and right now 58 in padilla bay. a lot of sunshine out there. water temperature in the mid-50's. monday with the high clouds arriving, a little bit breezier. we will see the numbers coming down along the coast. over into the east bay not a lot of change. widespread 60's into tuesday. high pressure is going to come back. it is going to strengthen into tuesday and wednesday. that is when more 70's arrived with temperatures above average. today, look for 73 san jose. 70 napa. richmond 68. 69 san mateo. another mild to warm afternoon. the accuweather 7 day forecast, nice conditions tonight for candle lighting for hanukkah. upper 60's to near 70 in the afternoon. breezy or cooler tomorrow afternoon.
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patchy fog, cool mornings. above average as we get through the middle of the week. slight cooling into next weekend. trying to shake up this pattern. not easy now. it is still early december. have to keep looking for that rain. stephanie: lisa, thank you. crab season is delayed again. coming up, the economic impacts.
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season cannot start until mid-december. >> mendocino, sonoma county line is going to be delayed because of the presence of humpback whales. reporter: crab is expensive in fisherman's wharf. crab is going for at least $30 a pound, and it is not local. this delay is a financial burden for fishers. he says the money he gets from crab fishing is a huge part of his income. >> i do not get a paycheck until crab season opens. it would be great. you start making money again. reporter: he does not like going out on the water in january because the weather make conditions dangerous. the money it would normally get from starting in november helps him by holiday gifts. >> it is difficult to get that cash flow until it comes in. christmas, you always want to get the best for our kids and family. sometimes it is like, well, i
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will make up for it at birthday. reporter: the department of fish li says crab fishers use special tools that could hurt the whales if they come in contact with them. he hopes they can work something out with the state because if it continues to be delayed, he will not make money. >> i wish we could come up with something with fish and wildlife that we can work together to go back and forth as the whales migrate out, we can come in faster. reporter: in san francisco, ryan curry, abc 7 news. stephanie: it is the most wonderful time of the year. disney is kicking up the happiest season of all with its sixth annual wonderful world of disney magical holiday celebration. >> i am a gigantic fan of disneyland. >> it is like a dream come true. stephanie: the lineup of musical performances includes kristin chenoweth, gwen stefani, and more.
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you can watch the celebration at 7:00 tonight on abc 7. disney is the parent company of abc 7. still to come, the biden administration standing by its decision to ban travel from several southern african countries. what kamala harris is saying about it. deadly child custody dispute. a wife commending justice for her husband who was shot and killed.
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. stephanie: good morning. you are watching abc 7 news live on abc 7. we begin with a look at the weather. lisa argen is tracking our forecast. lisa: good morning. it is looking pretty nice for another sunny afternoon today. we are looking at temperatures right now in the 50's downtown.
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40's elsewhere. there has been fog in the north bay. 44 santa rosa. san ramon 42. 47 san jose. as we look at our 24 hour temperature change, we are slightly warmer this afternoon -- our 24 hour temperature change, we are slightly warmer this morning. half moon bay in the upper 60's. more 70's arriving from gilroy to san jose today. you had inland, it will be close in the upper 60's by the afternoon. typically cool tonight for hanukkah. numbers dropping in the 50's after 8:00. we will talk about a cooler monday with clouds arriving and temperatures rebounding for the second half of the week. stephanie: thank you. more countries are banning travel from south africa after leaders there identified the covid-19 omicron variant. officials are calling the restrictions a sort of
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punishment after the world health organization warned about overreacting to the variant. here is abc news reporter christine sloan. reporter: growing concerns around the world about a new variant of covid-19 first identified in botswana this month. the world health organization classifying omicron as a variant of concern. >> its ability to infect people who have recovered from infection and who have been vaccinated make us say this is something you have to pay close attention to. reporter: the u.s. on the growing list of countries shutting down travel from south africa and other countries beginning monday. >> this is already likely global. it is possible travel restrictions will slow things down a bit, but it will not have a large effect. reporter: officials from south africa saying the country is being punished for its advanced genomic sequencing that help detect the variant. secretary of state antony blinken praising the country for
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quickly identifying the variant and its transparency. israel says it will close borders to foreign visitors for two weeks. right now, it has one case of the variant. in europe, 61 people who arrived in the netherlands on two flights from south africa have tested positive for the virus. >> it will be sequenced to find out if we have to deal with a new version of the coronavirus. reporter: germany has identified two cases of the variant and people who had traveled from south africa. italy has confirmed a case of the variant in a traveler from was in b. avent laboratories says says looked at the omicron variant and is confident its test will detect the variant. stephanie: amid growing concerns about the omicron variant, vice president kamala harris is
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depending -- defending the biden administration's decision on the travel ban. vice president harris: i cannot stress enough that if you have not had the booster shot, get the booster shot. cannot stress enough the importance of getting vaccinated for those who have not been vaccinated. i will say what i say every time. they are safe, they are free, and they will save your life. stephanie: vice president harris says the biden administration would take every precaution to combat this variant. when asked if more travel restrictions could be imposed, she said they are taking it one step at a time. your next can of craft beer could come with a hefty price tag because of the supply chain crisis. one of the world's largest aluminum can suppliers says the demand for cans is exceeding supply. the price per can will jump 50% for noncontract customers like small breweries. they will be required to order
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no less than five truckloads of cans. this could force small breweries to raise prices or shut down. a wife is demanding justice for her husband who was shot and killed during an alleged child custody dispute in south texas. jennifer is speaking exclusively to abc news. we want to warn you, the video you are about to see is disturbing. our reporter has the story. reporter: chad reed was attempting to pick up his nine-year-old son from his ex-wife christina, seen in the white shirt. reed's current wife current capturing this video from her car, speaking exclusively to gma. >> he would do anything for time with his kids. reporter: christina's new partner joins the argument, brandishing a rifle. >> call 911. reporter: caruth hoot hoot hoott
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chad's feet. no charges have been filed in the case. >> did you ever think this could happen? >> no, i thought it was like a stun gun or taser gun. who is going to bring out -- they are having a discussion about custody. reporter: the attorney writing in part all texans may lawfully brandish a firearm to protect themselves. he announced his intent to kill kyle with his own gun and took immediate powerful action to do so, which was unsuccessful. jennifer reads lawyer believes self-defense does not apply. >> whenever he brought that firearm out, he is the one who escalated and provoked the situation. reporter: according to abc's local station, the police department turned the case over to the texas attorney general. >> that it attorney general is going to be looking at justification of stand your ground.
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was there a threat potentially that chad could harm kyle or get his hands on the weapon? reporter: jennifer is fighting to get custody of her husband's kids. stephanie: 52 years ago this past week, and occupation of alcatraz island by native americans began. the so-called tribe of all nations took over the abandoned present and declared it tribal land. the documentary escape to alcatraz tells the story of the occupation from beginning to its dramatic and and how it shaped public policy for decades after. >> 10 days had passed native americans last step foot on alcatraz island. they were not planning on giving it back to the government. under the cloak of darkness, the group made its way back to the island. >> 360 degrees of san francisco
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bay. it will undoubtedly become a nightly affair. the group held the traditional powwow, followed by singing and dancing around the campfire. ♪ >> found the original group of 78 enlarged by 15 to 20 more indians that had slipped by the coast guard patrol and onto the island during the night. they carried supply to supplement the meager two days of provisions brought over early yesterday morning. meat, cereal, canned goods, beans. as the younger warriors slept, the community breakfast was being prepared at the campfire. the slicing and the eating. news men were invited.
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cleaning up after took a special meaning. they did not want it to look like a white man's island. the don brought to light other additional changes to the landscape. >> we do not fear your threat to charge us with crimes on our land. we and all other fresh people would welcome the spectacle of your title by genocide. nevertheless, we seek peace. >> how long do you feel you you can stay here? >> until hell freezes over. stephanie: you can stream escape to alcatraz right now on our tv app. it is available on roku and apple tv and amazon fire tv. hulu is offering memberships for just $.99 a month for an entire year. the ad supported membership regularly costs $6.99 a month.
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disney is the parent company of both hulu and abc news. still ahead, christmas tree crunch. the issues that are making it hard to find the perfect tree this holiday season. here is a live look from our embarcadero camera. beautiful to see all those holiday lights. 54 degrees at this hour. lisa argen will have your
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stephanie: first lady jill biden will unveil -- this from last year's decorations. tomorrow, national guard members and their families will be on hand to enjoy the festivities. the first lady will deliver a speech thanking volunteers who helped decorate the white house for the holiday season.
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a christmas tree tradition in piedmont has returned to in-person sales after going online during the height of the pandemic. the piedmont scout tree lot opened yesterday and has adopted a hybrid model to sell trees online and in person. the lot has a wide variety, from for trees, silver-tipped trees, reits, and garlands. scouts help customers pickcustom the perfect tree and loaded onto cars. >> last year with a skeleton crew, not so much the scouts, and now we have our scouts out helping, showing with the community means to them. stephanie: you can order trees online and pick up purchase items or have it delivered for a fee. the tree lot is the largest fundraiser of the year for scouts. a lot is open until all trees are sold. if tree scouting is not on your schedule today, good news, you will not have to worry about wet
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weather. as much as we need it. lisa: that is true. we reached 70 in oakland today. 53 right now, on our way to another date with temperatures near 10 degrees average. we will talk about changes to start the work week and how long we will stay in this dry pattern coming up. stephanie: cal needed to win the final two games to become bowl eligible. chris alvarez has the highlights coming up in sports.
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stephanie: the cinderella season for a deaf high school football team in southern california has come to an end one game short of a championship. they felt a 7-22 last night at the division ii championships. it was their first loss of the season.
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they won all 11 previous games against hearing teams, caps off by winning the division championship last week, the school's first in its 68 year history. the warriors will try to win their seventh straight and stay alone atop the western conference. the w's take on the clippers. a big conference game for the 49ers at levi's stadium. san francisco battles the minnesota vikings. both teams are 5-5, tied for the last two wildcard playoff spots. sanford's season came to an end, falling to notre dame. here is chris alvarez with the highlights in this morning's sports. chris: good morning. it has been a long season for stanford football. trying to end on a high note, looking to upset notre dame. some stanford legends right
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there. jack home, notre dame's cornerback to braden lindsay. to the third quarter now. notre dame with the ball until jonathan mcgill steps in front of that pass. he takes it to the notre dame 14. good news for stanford. jones from five yards out. first touchdown of the game, first touchdown notre dame has given up in 3.5 games. 61 yards, almost a gets pushed down at the two. fourth quarter now. he is going to go up 33 yards for the score. notre dame wins. sanford finishes the year 3-9. brotherly love there. second quarter, pitches it to christopher brooks. 14 yards to pater. cal down 10-7.
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it is garber's for the touchdown. ucla led greg dole six, what a great catch. bruins after 3. ucla scores 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 points. oregon ducks looking to rebound after last week's blowout loss. anthony brown finding devon williams, 50 yard touchdown. 14-0 ducks. brown keeps it himself. 24-3 oregon at the half. early fourth quarter, brown finds krish hudson. that means the ducks will face
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utah in las vegas. you can watch the game friday. kick off at 5:00. that is your look at sports. stephanie: getting a check of the bay area forecast with lisa argen. good game forecast. lisa: we are talking temperatures climbing through the 60's through the afternoon in santa clara. it is going to be warm. temperatures about 70 degrees through the afternoon. storm track remains well to the north. we are looking at a cool start. near 60 degrees, 52 blackhawk. 41 san ramon. 50 oakland. a little bit of fog in santa rosa. from our roof camera, no wind to speak of. clear" with sunny and warm conditions this afternoon. dry pattern right on through next weekend. as we look at the pacific
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northwest, this is where the rain continues to bring anywhere from an inch and a half up through seattle. could pick up vikings and 49ers later on today. temperatures will be warm. by about 4:00 dropping into the low 60's. elsewhere in the southbay, widespread 70's looking at 74 in los gatos. sonny and low 70's for you. today. 68 in the north bay. looking at a nice afternoon.
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69. richmond and the upper 60's. inland through castro valley into concord, 68 to near 70. we are locked into this pattern. air quality remains on the moderate side. that will bring temperatures down a little bit down near the shoreline. asasasasasasas whole talk about. temperatures into wednesday continuing. by thursday and friday, 60's and 70's. a dry weekend with a little bit of cooling arriving. stephanie: nice
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now to the christmas tree crunch supply chain issues. that could make it hard to find the perfect tree for your family this year. ginger z has more on what you can do to make sure you do not miss out. >> many people are getting in the spirit. >> maybe it needs a little love. >> there it is. >> maybe a little more difficult this year. the combination of labor shortages and trucking costs i going to mean the shortest season and a five decade history. >> they are not all going to get their orders. >> oregon is the biggest producer of christmas trees in the u.s. many were decimated by the record-setting heat this summer. >> they were hit hard. you can see they have brown needles all the way through the tree. we do not know if this is ever
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climate exacerbated natural droughts and heat, especially the noble fur. >> we have lost 77 of the nobles. >> i think everyone will be able to get a tree. before. >> if you cannot find a real tree, finding a fake tree could be challenging and cost more. >> there is probably a 10% to 30% increase in price depending on the tree and retailer and how big it is. what i am concerned about is for christmas 2022, it might be a better deal to buy this year. stephanie: coming up next, a winter wonderland is coming to the home of the warriors. a
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stephanie: are you feeling lucky? here are the winning numbers from last nights powerball drawing. 8, 32, 55, 64, 66 and th powerball number 10. a lucky ticket purchase in sacramento matched five of the numbers. winning 1.6 million dollars. tomorrow nights jackpot increases to $253 million. the winning numbers from last night super lotto plus drawing 1, 11, 21, 37, 36. a ticket purchased in santa clarita matched all six numbers. wednesday's jackpot resets to 7 million. the warriors may be on the road, but their home is celebrating the start of the holiday season. drive city outside chase center is hosting a winter wonderland. the weeks long event brings
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family fun activities every week until christmas. today, there will be a festive hanukkah celebration with a ceremonial menorah lighting. arts and crafts and facepainting and more. the event is free and runs from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. next at 6:00 a.m., remembering kevin nishita. former colleagues talking about the security guard shot and killed during an armed robbery. more countries are imposing travel restrictions on travelers from south africa. how passengers and infectious disease experts are responding.
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> kind, he was caring, compassionate, and very honorary. stephanie: former colleagues are mourning the loss of the security guard shot in oakland last week. kevin nishita was working with a local news crew during an attempted robbery. one police department offering an award leading to an arrest. good morning. it is november 28. you are watching abc 7 news at 6:00 a.m. i am stephanie sierra this morning. we will have much more on that story in a moment. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen. lisa: good morning. not only are we going to see temperatures above average, but e we're going to end november on a dry note. live doppler 7 showing you the
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