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>> a fight at a hotel was the final straw for a san francisco 49ers full back. bruce miller is out of a job and facing accusations that he assaulted two men. good evening. i'm eric thomas. dan ashley is off tonight. >> miller is back at home after bailing out of jail. >> the team cut him hours after he was arrested. lilian kim is live in santa clara with the latest developments. lilian? >> reporter: this is his second run in with the law. he is back home at santa clara, not far from levi stadium. >> bruce miller's roommate answered the door and said miller had nothing to say. miller returned home after bailing out of jail where he was being held for aggravated assault. the charges stem from an alleged scuffle overnight. the security video shows miller bleeding and staggering at the fisherman's wharf moments after it happened. >> i told him it is private
property and he has to leave the property. he was jobbing mitting there. he was vomiting there. >> they say it was the result of miller trying to enter someone else's room across the street. an argument with a 70-year-old man and his son from the next room lead to a fight. miller was arrested once before in march accused of shoving his then fiancee and breaking her phone. now that he has been cut from the 49ers the fans are sorry to see him go, but respect the decision. >> i agree with that. especially if he is under the influence. >> we will miss him on the team, but there is nothing else we can do. we just have to keep going. they have to keep pushing. >> miller was with the 49ers for five years and now he faces an uncertain future in the nfl. in santa clara, lilian kim, abc7 news. >> miller's arrest marks the 14th time a 49er player was arrested since 2012 putting the team among the
leaders in the dubious category. you can see the full clip of bruce miller outside the hotel on the abc7 news app. for the latest breaking news download the app and get notifications on your phone or tablet. >> a man suspected of killing a young woman last year has been arrested. they took mcclain into custody during a traffic stop in vacaville. he is being held without bail. investigators believe he and another man killed westbrook in 2015. she was heading to her job in richmond. the second suspect is still on the loose. a familiar face on berkeley's campus. they are stirring up questions wpth law school students. >> he resigned as berkeley's law school dean. now the former law professor is back.
>> obviously someone like him shouldn't be able to come back here as if nothing happened. i think that's unfair. >> we came here to be inspired and yet berkeley itself is not holding it off. >> the executive assistant accused him of hugging and kissing her on a daily basis. he admitted it, but said there was no sexual intent. he still collects the check. >> yeng -- i think it is an important part of a stable career. at the same time there needs to be guidelines. >> berkeley law students say they have seen the former dean as recently as last week while the school just issued a letter confirming he is back saying he is not teaching, but working in his office. >> the letter said, quote, faculty members campus access rights are determined by confidential central campus processes. signed by the interim.
she is too upset to talk and we spoke with her attorney. >> her presence makes my ability to return to law school impossible. >> they said those who are targets are on the sideline in pieces. lonnie raw satisfactory raw, ab -- lonnie rivera, abc7 news. they are looking for a violent sex offender. david leigh russell attacked the women. one was at hillsdale. they are believed to be driving a white nissan rogue. police consider him extremely dangerous. the start of the school year should be a bright beginning, but students at james logan high school are confronting the loss of two well-loved teens killed in a weekend car crash. katie is live at the school where a vigil took place for the second straight night. katie? >> grief counselors will be on
campus. >> they spoke to a crowd of hundreds. >> they held on for a longtime. >> the james logan high school student is one of two teens killed in a crash on interstate 880 on sunday morning. >> he is up there and he is a guardian angel. >> surrounded by family they asked friends to come forward. >> he has one of the most beautiful souls. he always wanted to make you smile. >> the friends of isaiah, the driver of the car paid their respects at the large memorial on campus. >> i love them both. they are funny and strong. big hearts. >> a third teen is recovering
at the hospital while many face the beginning of the school year short two bright smiles. >> if there is one thing i can never forget he always puts a smile on my face and he know what to say to make me feel better jievment chp is investigating the crash. abc7 news. >> thousands of airline passengers had to be extremely patient tonight. abc7 news was at sfo where the british airways passengers are dealing with massive delays because of a global problem with the check in system. the passengers are left waiting it out. >> went down around 5:00 and we vice have been in line for three hours. >> you have to keep calm and carry on. >> that's a good way to go about it. they are manually checking in passengers and they are working hard to fix that problem. >> a sunken boat mystery where
the owners of a capsized riverboat can't be found. abc7 news was at bethel island where it capsized yesterday. they are trying to reach the owners, but they haven't heard from them. the people on board said they recently purchased the boat at auction for a thousand dollars. a salvage company says it could cost up to a thousand dollars. now to your voice and your vote. the allout sprint to the presidential election. hillary clinton broke her silence to reporters. it has been 275 days and they suggested russia may be working to elect donald trump. >> he very early on allied himself. >> trump spoke with reporters. he didn't rule out a long-term path for undocumented immigrants if the system is
overhauled. both candidates are there next to each other. abc world news anchor david muir will have interviews tomorrow. he sat down with paine and mike pence. coming up at 11:00, a traffic nightmare. starting tomorrow you may want to set your alarm a little earlier. plus -- >> he is exercising his constitution will a right to make a statement. >> president obama weighs in on the colin kaepernick controversy and. >> it is the end of the line for an east bay gun club. >> i am spencer christian and it is the beginning of summer. i'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up jievment
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worse. alexis smith gives us a heads up as to why you need to set your alarm earlier. >> it is labor day, the start of traffic season. that time of year when schools are back in session and the summer vacations are memories and traffic is bumper to bumper. >> i definitely noticed the increase in traffic. >> what do you typically drive, the amount of time in a day? >> two hours. >> after labor day? >> three, two and a half. >> on a good day i would say about an hour and 15 minutes. on a bad day about an hour and a half. >> what's the real deal? the traffic seems like it gets worse after labor day. is that something in our head? >> it is true and we have data to prove it. >> randy is with the metropolitan transit commission. the bay bridge is the gauge for everyone's commute. >> the single busiest hour on the bay bridge is between 6:00
and 7:00 in the morning. >> the drivers may see some relief this year they are testing out the new system at cal trans. they are potentially shaving minutes. traffic increased significantly. not just roadways, but public transit as well. >> we checked in with the transit operators to see how much things pick up on labor day. in the south bay they saw a 6% jump. san francisco's muni starts to see an up tick in early august. there is good news for drivers in marin. you are getting traffic relief because the tourists have gone home. the golden gate bridge traffic dropped 1% and ferry declined 15%. regardless of whether you dave or take public transit, your commute is about to get slower. stay on top of it at 4:30.
i'll get you and your family where you need to be. abc7 news. >> be sure to watch alexis tomorrow. she will go over the 10 worst commutes in the bay area. colin kaepernick is exercising his constitutional rights when protesting the national anthem. kap has been criticized for sitting and kneeling during the song to protest racial injustice and violence. the president said it is a subject that should be talked about. he would rather see people engage in the discussion than sit on the sidelines. and the 49ers play their first game right here. monday night football is 7:00 p.m. next monday here on abc7. hundreds of gun owners came out today to say goodbye to the bay area's largest outdoor gun range.
the park is closing after 52 years. the park officials voted to to clean up lead contamination. it includes law enforcement and security groups. >> it is just really sad. there is a lot of people who love this place and love the setting. it is a beautiful place. >> the area will beacon investigatorred to open -- will be converted to open space. >> persistence pays off for this young bear in colorado. the homeowner captured video of it dangling from the deck like a cat in one of those hang in there posters and then an idea. with legs flailing in the air it clasps its jaws around the deck and then with a little effort pulls himself up. the homeowner occasionally sees bears, but never seen anything like this. >> wow, that is incredible. >> it is incredible. >> some strength. >> i would rather see that from across the way though.
>> the video is good enough. >> lets ay -- let's check out the weather forecast. jay do you remember how foggy and chilly it was? here is live doppler 7 and you can see the skies are clear even tonight. no fog at the coast. we didn't have them during the daytime either and we won't see it tomorrow. this is a live view from the south beach camera. we are looking at a beautiful bay bridge. these are the current temperatures. 56 at san francisco and oakland 57. 61 mountain view 48 and that is a cool one at half moon bay. here is another live view from our emeryville camera another view of the bay bridge. napa 55 and 62 at fair field and 67 in concord and one more live view from our abc7 exploratorium camera at pier15 and looking at the bay bridge.
there it is. my monitor went out over here. i thought we were seeing nothing. these are our forecast features. it is mainly clear. we will see warm, sunny days into the weekend. hot inland on wednesday. let's look at the wednesday warm up. it will be clear and mild. the temperatures in the 70s. right around the bay bright and warm with highs in the mid 80s and perhaps even a little higher. the warmest inland spots will sizzle on wednesday with highs in the upper 90s to near 100. overnight we will see clear skies and an absence of fog. low temperatures in the low to mid50s. even chillier in the north bay valley. santa rosa and napa will see lows in the immediate to upper 40s. tomorrow sunny and warm in the south bay and we'll see mainly mid80sand upper 80s in gilroy. over to the peninsula we will see mainly upper 70s to 80 in los altos. half moon bay will top out at 64 and 66 at pacifica.
70 in south san francisco and even on the coast sunset district and daly city will be mild. low to mid60s on the north bay coastline. interior sections well see highs of 88 in santa rosa. 83 in napa. over in the east bay, 74 is the high in oakland. 80 in hayward and 81 san leandro and inland east bay in the upper 80s to low nineties. here is the accu-weather seven-day forecast. it is going to be a hot one inland. it is not going to get super warm on the coast. 70 is mild, but when you have 100 inland you expect warmer weather and that would -- that won't be the case this time. it will be a nice, warm week, completely unlike last week. >> still ahead on the news at 11:00, mystery yosemite newlyweds. >> tonight a photographer wants his beautiful picture to end up in the right hands.
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see. >> he was hiking toward taft-point when he stopped to take a picture and noticed newlyweds off in the distance. he didn't run into them again and doesn't know their name. if you were in the park with your loved one he would love to share this photo with you on instagram. we have the photo and a link to his instagram account on our website, abc7news.com. >> that's pretty spectacular. you have to admit. >> set the bar pretty high for us. >> sports anyone? >> while you are enjoying the photograph. set another record at the u.s. open. which one doesn't she have. the giants are setting a record for futility. everyone is hittin
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five earned. solo shot, and the angels go on to win it 10-7. fourth ranked florida state and ole miss on college football. 21-sick ole miss in the -- 21-6 ole miss in the second. the rebels jump out to a 28-6 lead and it looked like another top five upset. whit field three-yard td run and then the freshman quarterback with 419 yards passing and two touchdowns. the 22-point deficit, the largest come back in fsu history. today's win and they are now the all time leader for men and women with 308. they had no problem with 11 aces and she is three wins away from her 23rd grand slam
title. she wins it in straight sets. steph curry's tour continues in hopping congress. he is spending his third summer in china on behalf of under armor basketball even though he is far from home his mind is on the upcoming season. >> all of our energy is spent on getting ourselves ready for a championship run. >> you don't want any slip ups. >> this abc7 sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> thanks a lot. >> abc7 news continues on line, twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with the abc7 news app. >> the next newscast is 4:30 tomorro (vo) with thousands of quality pre-owned vehicles... and exceptional customer service, head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...