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>> disappointing night for 49ers fans. i have the latest on fan reaction. >> san francisco is days from lifting its masks guidelines for gyms and offices among other places. we'll tell you what the requirements will be. >> we're moving into our fourth consecutive week of dry water. i'll have the accuweather forecast. abc7 starts right now. >> building a bert bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7 news. >> garoppolo back. garoppolo now pressured. spins out to his left. he gets sacked. threw it up and it's intercep intercepted! the rams take over on the i.n.t. >> oh, it's hard to watch with that perception, the 49ers dreams of a super bowl came to an end as they fell to the rams
in the n.f.c. championship game. good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm dion lim. you're watching abc7 news at 11:00 live wherever you stream. now, what is perhaps most heartbreaking about this defeat is the 49ers entered the fourth quarter a 10-point lead. they could not hold on abc7 news sports anchor chris alvarez joining us now. chris: they had a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter of the super bowl. remember that just a few years ago. just like that tough loss to the chiefs in miami, he came up short against the rivals rams this time in the n.f.c. championship. niners went up 10 late in the third. garoppolo to george kilt touchdown. 17-7. san francisco feeling good. but the defining moment came in the fourth. tart dropping the interception. they tied the game on a field goal. the niners were down 20-17 with less than two minutes to go.
you saw jimmy garoppolo trying to escape pressure and play. but the ball is intercepted. rams win it 20-17 endin ending e 49er season ending one victory short of the super bowl. >> haven't had a chance to process this one yet. but i will. but hey, football the game of the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. everyone expected to win. and you have to fyvie that a -- fyvi-- grieve that a little bit. >> we're 3-5 at one point. people wrote us off and we just kept fighting. that's what tying brothers do. i got no regrets for this year thanks, guys. >> you can see jimmy garoppolo fighting back tears right there more reaction coming up in just a bit, dion. dion: looking forward it to, chris, thank you. l.a. turn into a sea of red this weekend as many 49ers fans made
the trip to cheer on their team. not even an attempt by the rams could deep faithful from snatching up tickets. we continue our coverage now with abc7 news reporter j.r. stone who was at sofi stadium as niner fans filed out follow ago disapointing ending. >> 49ers fans left wondering what just happened after the 49ers blew a 10-point lead and lost the n.f.c. championship to the los angeles rams. >> my thoughts are derailed. i have no idea who i even am at this point >> a sense of emptiens yes, but when it comes to the blame game that seems be in full effect. >> we had so many opportunities -- >> all i've got to say jimmy garoppolo has to go home. >> if i have to put the blame on anyone, i would have to do it on jimmy. i think jimmy did it again. he cost us the game >> not having a good enough quarterback to win the super g one filled
with cheers. >> beat l.a.! beat l.a.! >> the excitement for 49ers fans after the game came in the form of the little hot dogs being sold outside sofi stadium. >> tough outcome but that's this hot dog is good. >> go home and it's nice and easy, baby. as to who they're rooting for -- >> bengals going to take the superbowl. >> what do you want to win? >> go bengals. >> still a lot of rams fans out here right now feeling of emptiness. but there is always next year. report in engelwood, j.r. stone, abc7 news. dion: seems so far away.
there were a lot of disappointed 49ers fans after the loss. abc7 news reporter tim johns was at a watch party in the city with local reaction. >> after an optimistic start to the afternoon, 49ers left with a disappointing final result. >> gut wrenching loss. we were so close. at that time unite irish cultural center, the faithful gathered to cheer on the bay area team. be only one los angeles rams fan. -- >> we won! >> left with a smile on her face. >> you hear me san francisco? l.a. is going to the super bowl! >> even if it was to the annoyance of her hometown friends. >> despite the tough loss sunday night. for some fans, there were no
hard feelings. >> good luck to l.a. in the -- in the super bowl final. again, it's -- it's hard to take. >> and still a sense of pride on a well-played season. >> er love the team and i always will. and it wasn't our day. but you know what, we'll be back because i'm faithful. >> in san francisco, gym johns, abc7 news. -- tim johns, abc7 news. dion: moving on now to the east bay where about 20,000 comcast customers saw their internet and home security knocked out. that's because of gunfire from an overnight shooting that pierced critical lines. take a look at some of the bullet holes. this outage ruined many football fans, plans to watch today's game. oakland police say they received about a call of more than a dozen gunshots at 69th avenue an macarthur boulevard at 3:30 this
morning. no one was hurt but critical comcast infrastructure was damaged. most customers have been restored. on tuesday, san francisco is chainings mask mandate again. it's expected to have a wide-ranging effect from the gyms to the office and like big events to the concert at the chase center. luz pena spoke to san francisco works about what this will mean moving forward. >> the own over the yard, a reservation bassed gym in san francisco has learned a key lesson. he's gearing up to pivot again. on tuesday, san francisco will become the first bay area city to end indoor mask requirement first office works, gyms,s,s,s, needs to be fully vaccinated when eligible. >> we will not require that folks wear masks, to the extent folks are comfortable to do that they're more than welcome to do
it >> they reached a vaccine milestone with 28% of residents fully vaccinated. >> we're reaping those benefits now. we know that san francisco downtown desperately needs these back in the us a. >> the san francisco chamber of commerce is reporting a drop of 20% in downtown since omicron. they're hoping this change will encourage major companies to go back to the office. >> folks will be coming back to the office whether it's five weeks or a couple of days a week. >> jake marbles is the owner of mark property. he believes lit take time for his employees to remove their masks. >> it depends if somebody wants to or feels like they want to have that extra level of protection. then we'll acome day it comes down to the making sure they're comfortable. >> another change starting
tuesday. san francisco will allow people who are unvaccinated due to religious or medical reasons to enter mega events of that's 500 people if they mask and if they test before-hand in san francisco, luz pena, abc7 news. >> also on talks oakland will require people over the age of 12 to show proof of vaccination to enter indoor public locations. this includes restaurants, bars along with fitness center, concert venues, senior care facilities and museums. matrons must show their vaccination cards. if you have a medical exemption you must show proof along with a recent covid-19 test. coming up, a call for social justice today in san francisco. >> please, help us turn thought and prayers into change and justice. dion: it's been one year since a violent attack that some activists say sparked the stop asian hate movement.
we'll take you to a huge rally. and going big. we mean really big the great migration that's reshaping the bay area and what it means for the future >> spencer: i'm spencer christian. this rain streak may extend to a seven or 10 days or more. new year, new start. and now comcast business is making it easy to get going with the ready. set. save. sale. get started with fast and reliable internet and voice for $64.99 a month with a 2-year price guarantee.
time emergency crews arrived. police are asking for help for surveillance video. they're looking for a white man about 45 years old with a bald head possibly over six feet tall. the oakley police department is serg-- searching for a missing woman. alexis gabe as you see here is described as a 24 year-old asian female. 5'7" and 170 pounds. gabe was last seen wednesday night in antioch wear ago white tank top, black and silver hooded suite shirt and black pants and green and white shoes. today, family members were searching for her in the antio antioch, oakley area. if you have any information, call police. >> a rally where a beloved grandfather was attack and killed ago was held. his death is motivating people to lead with love and demand a
change. >> what do we want? >> justice! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> hundreds from the aapi community marched through san francisco's naza vista neighborhood retracing the steps of the grandfather who was killed a year ago. he died from his injuries days later a suspect was arrested. >> i know when we saw that video video, it was heartbreaking. it still is heartbreaking. activists say his killing stopped the stop asian hate movement. >> at that time very core, it's acknowledging that hate crimes happen to asian-americans. >> this week san francisco police reported anti-asian hate crimes that have spiked more than 500% since the pandemic began. victims continue to come forward. >> when you add hundreds upon hundreds and thousands of incidents these are not
coincidences. this is racism. >> we will not be silence about the hate crimes committed against us. >> other say words are not enough. real action is needed to stop the sense less attacks. >> we must hold accountable those who commit these crimes against our aapi community. [cheers and applause] and we must demand that those that have the power to hold people accountable actually do. >> this was a day to honor a man who immigrated to the u.s. to spend more time with his daughter and grandchildren. >> my father would want us all to rise above hate. and he would want us to lead with love. ♪ # >> at that time scene of his attacks, cellist plays "you'll never walk alone," the community vowing to make sure others will never have to. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> a rally was held in new york city to call attention to
anti-asian crimes and discrimination. participants say they were especially shaken by the death of east bay native michelle ngo who was pushed on the to the path of a subway train this month. those who are going are aiming to speak out against crimes targeting asian and pacific islanders. if you would like to get involved for the aapi community, you can find information at our website. abc7 news -- abc #news.com. getting to the weather with spencer christian. and spencer is still waiting on that rain. spencer: we need some rain. tomorrow will be our 24th consecutive day without rainfall. just a quick look at that time calendar shows you the last measurable rain was on january 17th which seems like something in the distant path right now. the wind is generally calm in the bay area.
i'm show young this because tomorrow night into tuesday an wednesday we have a strong gusty off-shore wind pattern. for the moment, a few high clouds passing over. 51 degrees. of 48 in oak land. san jose 42. here's a view from the eastern hills cram which was brighter just a moment ago. you can see it's fairly clear out there at the moment despite the increasing high clouds. 42 degrees. napa down to 38 degrees. mid 40's at fairfield and concord. it's down to 40's it's going to be quite chilly in some of our inland locations as the night wears on. >> here ooh a look at the camera. these are the forecast features with patchy fog developing in the valley they intention fight on tuesday and wednesday. and that dry pa term we have now will continue through next week and perhaps on. our forecast animation looks like this. little areas of fog developing some of the valleys by the earl
i morning hours. there may be reduced visibility in some spots. on we go to the evening. it's not going to be a cloudy day tomorrow. filtered sunshine. overnight lows we'll drop down to 37. inland e space as concord and fair field. question check upper 30's. and low to mid 40's just about else. hazy conditions tomorrow. our highs will reach to 61 degrees. upper 50's on the coast. downtown san francisco will top out at -- up in the north bay, up until about 64. low 60's on the east bay. and mainly low 60's. might warm-up to about 64. let's follow the forecast animation. notice for the remainder of the week, whatever precipitation hits the coastline will be hitting north of us way up into
the pacific northwest for the most part. you have that's' seven -- consecutive days of dry weather. temperatures under sunny skies through midweek en through the off-shore flow tuesday and wednesday. it will warm-up just a tad into the mid 60's in our coastal areas, but area the bayshore line and inland. i'm going to scoop back over there to the camera because sometimes i like to be seen. dion: sometimes, spencer. we'll keep that in mind. it's the year of the tiger and lunar celebrations are rolling to life in the bare area. we'll take you to the f
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>> this inaugural lunar new year festival at that time crossing at east cut outdoor space along folsom space featured local restaurants and small businesses along with music, cooking demos and the miss asian demo court and it was sponsored by the community. let's get to chris with a preview of sports. chris? chris: nine and rams plague insixth classic. san francisco had the lead late. but couldn't seal the deal. a win short of the super
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>> ever since their 3-5 start to the season, the 49ers have been in playoff mode the push for the postseason included a 7-2 finish at that time regular season and add two more wins and the niners would book their tracy: super bowl lvi. the faithful taking over in l.a. who's house? it's the niners' house. deebo and the boys were juiced up. jimmy garoppolo, a quick pass to dee deebo. 44 yards in. and he dives. touchdown game tied right into your living room. plenty of red as i mentioned. third quarter. garoppolo. would you believe that's his first playoff t.d. feeling good. but early fourth quarter marks how that stafford to cooper kupp,f the game and the rams down just three in -- and a crucial play.
going deep. tart in perfect position. and he drops it. the rams drive would alive they kick a game tying feel gold. a crucial play in the game. but there were many big plays in the game. under two minutes to go. matt gay hits a go ahead field goal. 201 one more for kyle shanahan's crew and jimmy garoppolo in all kinds of trouble. escape as sack and tries to make a play so he doesn't get sacked. the interception. pickoff. that seals the deal. nine fall 20-17. in that in all likelihood could be jimmy g.'s final game a niners' uniform. deebo in tears ton sideline. what a tough way for the season to end. >> i'm so proud of this guy. every year is a different team. this is a cool of a team as i've been a part of. that's part of sports and part of life i know there's a big play of the
game. a big opportunity for me and for the team as a player i fell like i let my brothers down. nobody having no problems with not this team was gritty and salty we didn't make enough plays today. >> it's one of those things you have to be glad it happened. the fight in this team has been impressive. ander love those guys. >> chiefs hos bengals four straight. second half different story. patrick mahomes picked awe. the bengals in business. mahomes says that one's on me, guys. ensuing drive, joe burrow to ja'marr chase. tied at 21-21. chiefs won the toss. and in the opening possession in overtime, there you see patrick mahomes, there's the coin toss. tavon bell that's a guy on the other team, though.
bengals have a chance to win it. the bengals drive right down the field. evan mcpherson 31 yards in. bengals win 27-24. bengals rams in the super bowl in about two weeks, two weeks from object to. abc7 sports sponsored by river rock casein. dion, we know the giants lost to the dodgers the nine lost to -- to the rams. we've got a lot of good basketball coming up. dion: it's on only been a few days since stephen breyer announced his retirement. has the replacement already emergeed? and unusual accident involve ago
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announcer: building a better bay area. moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7 news. dion: the political posturing is well underway with supreme court justice stephen breyer announcing his retirement and president biden tasked with choosing a success or. president biden is carefully weighing hi decision on who he will nominate to replace justice breyer. on the campaign trail he promised to select a black woman saying it's long overdue. there's that's one candidate that apparently both political parties can agree on. after making a campaign promise nominate a black woman to the nation's highest court, which he said is long overdue, president biden is now weighing his decision on who should replace retiring justice stephen breyer. >> the person i will nominate
will be someone with extraordinary qualifications, character, experience and integrity. and that person will be the first black woman ever nominated to the united states supreme court. >> but according to a new abc news poll, 3-4 americans think biden should consider all possible nominees rather than all black women as he pledged. there's a partisan split and almost all polled said biden should consider all candidates. susan collins says she supports diversity but calls the president's handling of the nomination clumsy. >> it adds to the further perception that the court is a political institution like congress when sit not supposed to be. >> the white house has confirmed jay michelle child is ton short list of potential nominees. >> i talked to republicans, tim scott, lindsey graham. they're very high on child.
i think both of them would vote for her. >> senator lindsey graham saying child could receive republican support. >> i can't think of a better person for president biden to consider to the supreme court than michelle child. there's no affirmative action component. she's highly qualified. >> judge child is among multiple individuals under consideration. >> spotify plans to disclaim tore discuss covid-19. the move comes after bruce springsteen, neil young pulled their music from the streaming service. they're upset from misinformation on joe rogan's spotify podcast. spotify c.e.o. says he doesn't
want it to become a contact sensor. >> nine people died in a multiple car crash saturday afternoon. 15 people were involved in the six-car collision. police describe the incident as a chaotic event. authorities say a dodge challenger was traveling through an intersection at a high rate of speed. >> it struck multiple vehicles. and unfortunately, it was a chaotic event from what witnesses have stated the initial vehicle did run a red lying. >> the victims range from young juveniles to middle aged adults. the driver and passenger of that dodge challenger were among the dead. one person is in critical condition. police are investigating the incident and it is unknown if the drivers was under the influence. well, this weekend, the nor'easter impacted millions of americans. sunday, residents dealing with the aftermath as cars buried in snow. in boston where the storm hit the hardest with nearly two feet of snow.
at that time storm's peak on saturday during whiteout conditions living 100,000 residents without power the winter chill reaching south far in florida with farmers concerned with their crops. >> 26 degrees for four hours or more, that's when it starts to create the damaging effects. >> >> also in florida, iguana's stunned from the cold. temperatures are expected to be moderate and will melt the snow. but other winter storms move in midweek, and sit expected to impact several state in the northeast. a china airline cargo chet jet was badly damaged when it plowed on a snowy taxi way at chicago o'hare airport friday morning. this is the damage to the boeing 747 freighter caused by the collision the flight had just landed from anchorage when it hit a bunch of ground equipment and containers. no one was hurt. >> well, the bay area has
apparently turned into a mega region. what this means. how far it extends and what it means if the future. >> i'm spencer christian the long dry spell of weather is about to get considerably long longer. dougg.: and we do have a programming note with tom brady expected to announce his retirement, our sister network at espn2 is doing a tribute starting at 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. they'll replay his greatest games including the super bowls. espn+ will be showing his man in the arena i was injured in a car crash. i had no idea how much my case was worth. i called the barnes firm. when a truck hit my son, i had so many questions about his case. i called the barnes firm. it was the best call i could've made.
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here. they have and all-electric ferry. you're looking at video they provided. it's the ideal location for its green technology. >> there's a lot of work going on throughout the world, different organizations. different governments with different policies. but a big push to decarbonize as much as possible. >> now, it's not just electric ferries and ships that will talked about this week, governor newsom's budget proposal includes $10 billion to support clean cars, trucks and bus that is are more affordable. >> the bound terrorist bay area are expanding as people move to outlying areas in search of lower cost house. the result is planners now consider this a mega region that encompasses fresno and sacramento. tracking the landscape is part of building a bert bay area and -- better bay area. and we plan on to why planners
see bigger geographic challenges ahead. >> the bay area thought of its as five, then nine counties. no los angeles. we're involving into a mega region as people migrate away from the central bay area. an eye-opening study says that every coast in the study has lost population. as people seek a better lifestyle, this has implications for our transportation network which is why the mtc is paying attention. by tracking state tax returns,sd where people have moved. >> for places like roseville and folsom, nearly 35% of movers had household income over 100,000. in contrast, 30% or more moves to stockton, lose banos and patternson had household incomes of 25,000 fluids. that's a pretty stark difference. >> the great migration actually
causes a surge in traffic woes in outlying areas. notably perused, san joaquin and yolo counties. the m.t.c. is working on a list of 12 mega region transportation projects. it will make sure that they reflect migration patterns and to bolster efforts to get state and federal funding. >> they will strategize and put together a work plan to pursue funding together to work together on those grant applications. >> people take mega dollars to address this needs of an evolving mega region. david louie, abc7 news. dion: the only thing i could think of was how mega dry. we could use mega wet. it's not coming our way for a while. overnight, a little bit of fog forming. that may reduce visittibilities in the morning for early morning
commuters. overnight lows in the upper 30's and row to mid 30's elsewhere. >> hi clouds. a filtered sunshine, we call it. low 60's around the base shoreline. mainly low 60's inland another two or three places may get to about 64, 65. here's the seven-day forecast. it's going to be another dry week ahead all the way into next week. we could expect some pretty strong gusty winds. mainly an off-shore flow and not bringing any rain just a lot of wind. and later in the week, you've got a bit of a warm-up. dion? dion: is this normal for this time of the year? because it feels exceptionally warm. >> this used to be considered not normal. these five years or so as climate change has throne in some unexpect patterns, we don't know what's normal any more.
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chris: the 49ers had a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter of the super bowl just a few seasons ago and just like that tough loss to the chiefs in miami. he came up short against the rams. this time in the n.f.c. championship the niners went up 10 late in the third quarter on this jimmy garoppolo to george kittle touchdown connection. made it 17-7 san francisco. but a defining moment came in the fourth. tart dropping a for sure interception. rams drive stayed alive. and they tied the game on a field goal.
less than two minutes to go jim jimmy escapes pressure. and the ball tip and intercept. the rams ended the 49er season one victory short of the super bowl. >> haven't had a chance to process this one yet. but i will. hey, football is a game of the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. everyone in that locker room expected to win that game all the way to the end. and you've got to fyvie that a little bit. but we'll fyvie it. >> as team i'm proud of the guys with the way we started. and to come back and be in this position is incredible. >> we were 3-5 at that point. people wrote us off. good teams do. tight brothers do. and, i got no regrets this year. >> thanks, guys. >> wow, according to espn reports, the raiders will hire payton's coordinator as their next head coach. they initially did hire dave zeigler. mcdaniels takeovers as head
coach. rich wasatcha. shark fans, get yourself some barbecue. hungry for a game. lost in overtime. sharks down 1-0. balcerss tied it up. face-off in the shark zone. carolina controls in the shot. and there's andre svechnikov. puts in the rebound. past james reimer. timo meier with a great chance. but he stopped right there. sharks lose 2-1 they'll finish the road trip in tampa on tuesday. er andrew wiggins named as an all-star. he's going to start in that game in cleveland in a couple of weeks. i caught up with all-star wigs. >> i mean, you can say that, you know, with us being named the all-star. i'm thankful. we have to keep going, keep driving. show the world that i'm ready for that stage. >> if the fans that may not have
heard the story about how you found out. can you run us through that moment? >> i was taking my pregame nap. and my daughter and my girl came in and said you'reyo showed me i was like wow. >> the other thing that got to me is you feel like you're home. -- what made you say that? >> man, it's the love, you -- you know, appreciation. and you know, the chemistry, it's everything. you know, it's everything. i walk outside, i feel comfortable around the arena and coaches. it's all love. it's all family. >> the last play down the stretch, stephen and clay struggling. but that pick and pop. what did you like most about that play between those two? >> what can you do?
you know, it's stuff to >> tara vanderveer hosting number eight. rematch of the ncaa title. cameron brink coming up alive. up four. hailey jones. great pass. cardinal up by six. and more brink. how about that? hitting triple by stephen curry. she had a game high 25 points, 15 rebounds. stanford wince 75-69. railroad until are 7-0. australian open mention final. rafael nadal going for his first grand slam title. he roared back and nadal gets that 24 it's 1st grand slam break ago threeway slide. it's nadal's first aussie open in more than a decade. >> chris, thank you very much. and a quick reminder that you can always get our life newscast
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