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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, october 2nd. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning. >> we take a look at live doppler 7. we have green. that represents the rain marching our way. most of the the activity in the north bay. and this is going to fall apart as it sinks to the south but not in time to really wash out all together. that many we will see some rain across the bay area. 59 in mountain view right now.
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we will be looking at temperatures today well below average and then we will talk about the warmup that happens by the end of the week. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. developing news this morning. searchers are looking for a missing kayaker in the san francisco bay. crews have found his kayak, but no sign of him. he was reported missing just before 6:00 last night. crews say the unidentified man was in the water off oyster point. rescuers are searching all the way down to the san mateo bridge in foster city. >> right now we are confident we have a lot of resources out there. we have a lot of well-trained folks with good technology so we are hoping for a good outcome. >> emergency crews have not shared many details about the kayaker yet, and it's not clear how long they plan to keep up the search. san jose police are looking
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for a stabbing suspect. abc7 news was near silicone valley boulevard and highway 101. investigators searched for evidence last night. officers said a bleeding man stumbled into a hotel parking lot. he is expected to survive after being stabbed several times. his attacker ran away before police arrived. >> nine people are without homes this morning after a two-alarm fire in san francisco's mission district droid sure apartments. sergio quintana has details on the quick response yesterday afternoon by emergency crews. >> reporter: this is video of the fire shot by a neighbor. you can see flames and thick, black smoke coming from the garage building attached to the main structure. one neighbor said he could smell the smoke and then he heard three pops.
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>> almost like a holiday sound. >> so i get a call from my father saying that he's heard three explosions, three loud explosions. he thinks it was like a pipe or something that burst >> reporter: according to the fire department, the explosions may have been paint cans in the garage or another item catching fire, but a full investigation of the incident is not complete. i talked briefly with two men who lived in one of the top-floor apartments. they didn't want to be interviewed on camera but they ran out as soon as they smelled smoke and rescue crews didn't find anybody else home. >> they went through the building two times, and we are convinced no one else is inside the building. >> the american red cross is helping to provide shelter and the corner store downstairs and also shut down, at least for the weekend. the fire in the mission was actually one of three fires in three different parts of the city that were called in about the same time. >> at this time with all theme -- three fires that we've had,
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there is nothing that appears to be out of order. >> no one was injured in any of delete fires. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of each of them. in san francisco, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> members of the first congregation natural church in berkeley now have somewhere to worship this afternoon after a fire gusted their historic east bay church. a fence is going up around the church that was destroyed on friday. a massive fire tore through pilgram hall that housed offers and classrooms. no word on the cause, but there was work underway on new roof solar panels. it collapsed the roof. the brick building is now red tagged. church leaders are vowing to rebuild. >> no earthquake, wind conditions, any shifting of debris could cause a collapse. >> this is going to be a lot of work, but i'm thinking we can do hard things. >> the presbyterian church across the street will open their doors at 2:00 this
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afternoon for sunday services for those displaced by the fire. firefighters are making progress against a destructive wildfire in the santa cruz mountains. it's burned more than 4400 acres. it's 66% contained. the fire has destroyed 12 homes. another 160-some are in the path. abc7 news was in morgan hill where dozen of people affected by the loma fire attended a meeting at the community and cultural center. firefighters are telling them they are pleased with the progress they have made so far this weekend. >> our concern was the winds and coming from the northwest, which angle right into that particular area. the lines held, so we are looking really good. >> some 600 people have been displaced by the fire. fortunately neighbors are stepping up to help them. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more from santa clara county. >> anybody and everybody that comes over gets fed. >> jennifer swift eagle arrived at the park monday and has barely left since.
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she's personally manning this food and water supply station she started two hours after the loma fire erupted. >> i went out and spent $1,500 of my money the first day. i spent 1,000 the second day, and then the donations starting coming in. >> coffee, water, snacks, hot meals. it's all been pouring in. community members and strangers are answering the call for help. 12 homes and 16 buildings have been destroyed, and hundreds have been evacuated. this was jenna garner smith's home as fire surrounded it. it was spared, but her guest cottage was not. >> it was very intense. i feel very grateful that we have what we have. >> many have lost everything and they need help. that is why the volunteer fire association is trying to get mobile homes like this one donated to fire victims. >> it is important for them to be home, and their property is home. and most of them have nowhere
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else to go. >> most of those impacted are staying with friends, but that can only last so long. so far only two mobile homes have been donated. the association is looking for ten more. unfortunately not everyone has good intentions. cal fire issued this warning after scammers set up fake gofundme pages and even asked for cash, all of which was supposed to help those affected by the fire. in santa clara county, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 home. >> if you want to help the effort to buy more mobile homes for the evacuees we have the information on our website, new this morning, san mateo officials are warning about a possible mountain lion sighting. they sent an alert saying someone spotted what she believed to be the animal near of the intersection of britain
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avenue and almeda dala polgas in san carlos. they aren't saying when this happened. officials advise you keep your distance if you do encounter the big cat. >> neighbors complained and city hall listened, and starting this weekend you will need a special permit to park near fremont's mission peak on weekends and holidays. we were at the base as hikers climbed toward the summit yesterday. signs like these all over the streets. neighbors complained about the congestion and parking spaces disappearing near their homes. not everyone likes the new rules. >> i respect that they need privacy, too. they don't want a crowd in of their house. but it is a concerning issue. there is also a concern for the hikers. >> suspected violators face fines of $63. residential parking permits are required from 12:01 a.m. on saturday until 11:59 p.m. on sunday.
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and anyone hiking or in the neighborhood is going to face a few rain showers. >> that's right. still some sun out there right now. still mild, in the low 60s also ahead, more support for colin kaepernick's protest. how a silicon valley group plans to support the quarterback before today's game. and a statue with a statement will soon be finished in the east
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>> no one knows how he got there, but a contra costa firefighter rescued a man stuck in a storm drain in pittsburgh. they tweeted this photo o yesterday's rescue. firefighters responded when smoke was reported coming from a storm drain. they found a man with severe cuts to his hand, as well as a bicycle in the drain under the city. pittsburgh police are investigating if the homeless are using the system. >> and in marin county, firefighters had to use a rope system to rescue a cyclist who went off the road. he tumbled down a 35-foot steep ravine on lucas valley road.
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it happened when he was going up hill slowly. firefighters said he slowed so much that the road bike tipped over near the drop-off. the cyclist was unable to brace himself because his shoes were clipped to the pedals. he went over the side and the bike stayed on the road. >> a lot of the road bikes and the mountain bikes, their feet will actually attach to the pedals. when you lose balance, you have to get them unclipped at a rapid pace. he did not. >> the cyclist went to the hospital with at least the one broken bone plus cuts and bruises. an art project is one a step closer to being completed in san leandro. yesterday abc7 news was at the tech campus right after parts of the statue called truth is beauty arrived. the statue's upper body, legs, joined the other part of the body near the bart station.
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they said burning man designed the sculpture of a nude woman. he wants people to think of what the world would be like if women were safe. >> sweeping the los angeles dodgers probably never meant as much to giants fans as it does right now because a win today sends the giants to the postseason for the fifth time in seven years. angel pagan homered to lead off the fifth inning. the giants beat the dodgers 1-0. if san francisco wins again today, or if the st. louis cardinals lose, the giants will capture the national league second wildcard. >> we are hoping for an orange october, that's all. >> i wish it meant more today. lost, this would have been a this would have been a clincher. coming up, mike shumann will show you the highlights of yesterday's huge win over l.a.
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is a a. >> happening today, blat being leadership kitchen of silicon valley will hold a news conference to discuss support of colin kaepernick's national anthem protest. organizers say they want to unify around issues of police violence and police community relations. they will take a knee along with kap in the matter of the first amendment right of public protest. it all starts at 11:00 at the santa clara convention center on great america parkway. also happening today, if you are going to the 49er's game this afternoon, bring an unopened pack of huggies diapers to donate for babies in need. brian can meet brian jennings and be entered to win tickets to a future game. it's all part of no baby unhugged, which donates to the bay area diaper bank help a mother out. even if you are not going to the game, you can donate diapers at your legal safeway through next sunday. donations will be accepted at
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levi's stadium from 10:30 until 1:00. >> the third and final day of the 16th annual hardly strictly bluegrass festival kicks off at 11:00 this morning at san francisco's golden gate park. ♪ this is the festival's webcast featuring electric hot tuna which performed yesterday. 750,000 people are expected to attend the three-day free event. it began on friday. it features more than 100 musical acts on seven stages set up throughout the park. performers today include cake and formers giants coach jim flannery and his band the lunatic fringe. >> happening today, a san francisco tradition, the 33rd annual castro street fair is back. hundreds of local venders' booths were lining the streets.
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attendees are asked to donate five dollars to ten dollars. each year the money is distributed to dozens of organizations that provide essential services to the community. the fair runs from 11:00 until 6:00. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. we have a cold front on the way spawning thunderstorms off the coast. you see it being picked up on live doppler 7. the southern part of this will slip into the bay area, cloud us up and bring us some showers. already raining around geyserville. you see heelsburg here. here's the live sweep atop mount the st. helena. the heaviest concentration is in the north bay. not all of this will reach the ground as is sinks to the south. you see around highway 116 a few showers. and east of bodega bay. but i want to point out the snow. check it out west of i-5 here.
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perhaps mount shasta getting snow later on today. we look at the storm impact is a scale, this is how we rate the storms from a 1 to 5, 1 being the lightest. that's what we are anticipate being today with widely scattered rain showers. most cities under a tenth of an inch of rain. and i want to update you on hurricane matthew. it's still a category 4. winds have come down from 150 miles to 160 miles and this is the path. it moves slowly to the west and continues to move to the north. the potential impacts are going to be intense on jamaica and haiti. within the next 24 hours we will begin to see the heavy rains and mudslides, anywhere from 10 to 20 inches in expected in haiti and parts of jamaica and cuba, where we are looking at hurricane warnings for all of those cities. it continues to move up to the gulfstream. the waters are very warm. it can strengthen and threaten parts of the carolinas later in
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the week. we will keep you updated on that. right now we are looking at the clouds. 57 san francisco, 58 san jose. half moon bay in the 50s. clouds moving to the north bay. low 60s in novato. still sunny in the south bay. we will look for the chance of showers today. starting out in the north ba i and becoming partly cloudy. breezy throughout the later afternoon and evening. a second system moves in tomorrow. hour by hour this is what you can expect. in the north bay some showers and by noontime you will start to see some clearing. but that's when we can see rain from vallejo to emeryville, 1:00. just in times perhaps tailgate fourth sure. you can get wet around santa clara but it will be a quick mover and you won't see the rain hold together for very long. so the snow will turn to rain above 6,000 feet, about 3 inches through 35:00 tomorrow. here's the second system.
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not very well-organized either but you can see there's green. that means there is going to be rain late tomorrow perhaps into the evening commute. overall these are both weak systems. for the giants game, noontime, look for a few scattered showers, then becoming sunny and breezy. highs today ranging from mid-60s for any oakland. look for 66 palo alto. and down around santa clara, yes, maybe a little wet tailgating but then you are sunny and mild. should be a beautiful afternoon, upper 60s there. a 1 on the storm impact scale both today and tomorrow. looking at a sprinkle tuesday and just in time for the blue angels, sunny and warmer through the rest of the week and the long weekend, right? >> yeah, definitely. >> download our app for the up date on the hurricane, rain, live cameras. we have all of that for you. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, netflix customers vent their frustration on twitter after a service outage.
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>> 7 on your site have investigated hundreds of reports of mistaken toll violation notices on the fast track system. one happened to a guy who doesn't even live here. he came from another state. he came to michael finney for help. >> it was 4:00 a.m. when someone in a red pick up whizzed through the toll plaza and didn't play
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the toll. >> i was probably just crawling out of bed. that's the time i crawl out of bed to go to work. >> in washington, johnathan was getting ready for work. >> it's been hard for me to be twelve hours away. >> and yet john annual youth received this citation from fast track saying he was the guy who sped through the toll plaza that day. >> considering i haven't been to san francisco since the 80s, i was quite shocked. >> the last time he was here, he was a kid visiting with his parents. >> i never even heard of your tollbooth system. >> he never heard of san mateo bridge either. all he remembered about had san francisco is sourdough bread and fishing on the wharf of. johnathan went online and find my reports about fast track issuing citation business mistake. >> what are these charges?
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fast track wasn't resolving complaints. >> i really feel like people need to know what was going on. >> i did watch a few videos of what you do. it's pretty neat. john annual youth was concerned he couldn't handle the problem on his own, so he e-mailed me and "7 on your side" found fast track made a mistake in his case too. it misread an "f" in the offending license plate for an" e" which matched the plate on johnathan's truck. they said all out-of-state plates get a manual review and they are still resolved by appeal. we got his ticket resolved and he has one request. >> a big ole sourdough bunt for me. >> and fast track has added an escalation desk to handle these complaints. if you have a problem with a wrongful penalty, still you can contact me at
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i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." . netflix went down about two and a half hours yesterday afternoon. no word on what caused the outage but netflix responded to twitter users who vented their frustration saying we are back. the interruption came at a bad time for the service. they had just released their latest marble series, luke cage, which people hope to stream this weekend. during the outage, netflix continued to work on smartphones and on tablets. >> still to come, an angry crowd confronts police after a young black man is shot in southern california. also, we get our first peek into donald trump's taxes with the reported leak of an old tax a retu
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>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. good morning to you. see the clouds behind you. we have showers we are tracking up in sonoma county. you can see where it's picking up the light rain showers. in fact we are looking at a little heavier rain toward 1301, up north of santa rosa. we slide south, penngrove and petaluma a few light showers. this is a 1 on the storm impact case meaning the showers will be scattered and light and they will be out of the north bay about 1:00. here's a look at sunny san jose. you, too, could see showers by noontime. 59 mountain view. emeryville, look at the clouds. and from mt. tam it's breezy and we are looking at temperatures today well below average. we have a second system we are tracking, as well, for monday. >> lisa, thank you. big news in the race for the white house. the new york times is reporting this morning that donald trump may not have paid federal taxes for years after reporting a
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large loss back in 1996. trump is not denying the report and has gone back on the attack against hillary clinton. abc news reporter chuck sievertson has the latest from the campaign trail. >> the new york times claimed it has obtained some of donald trump's tax records. the times said trump declared a $916 million loss on his 1995 tax returns, which could have allowed him to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. trump's campaign issued a statement that trump is not required to pay more in taxes than the law requires. >> the deduction so large it could have allowed trump to legally avoid paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. trump didn't deny it on last week's debate stage. >> they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes me smart. >> and he isn't denying it now. his campaign saying in a statement that mr. trump it a highly skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his business, his family and his employees to pay no more tax
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than legally required. >> well, i'll tell you what. if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make the rest of us? >> breaking with precedent. trump has refused to complete tax returns until a routine audit is complete. >> am i supposed to rush? no rush. >> clinton is hammering the billionaire businessman for hiding his taxes. >> it's probably true, he probably wards paid a dime to support our military or vets or schools. >> abc news, washington. >> this morning's trump's attorney is threatening legal action against the new york city. and the two reporters who broke the story about trump's 1995 tax records. the reporters appeared on "this week" with george stephanopoulos this morning. >> you can't say for sure that he didn't pay any federal income taxes over the last 18 years, but you do know it's a fact he
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had a write off up to $916 million in income? >> that's exactly correct. as one. our tax experts told us, if one of his client's came to him with this tax return, what he would say to that client is effective congratulations, you can earn up to $916 million and not pay a nickel in taxes. >> all legally. >> all legally. >> the times reporters say the newspaper's attorneys called it the threats of legal action ridiculous. developing news, los angeles police are investigating after officers shot and killed an 18-year-old black man. yesterday officers tried to pull over the suspect's vehicle believing it was stolen because of its paper plates. the driver sped away and after a few blocks a passenger ran from the car. he was shot near his house right in front of his 17-year-old sister. relatives identified him. police did not say what led to
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the shooting, but do say he was armed with a gun. residents are questioning that account. more officers were called in to guard the scene after an angry crowd gathered and started shouting at them. the driver of the car is still on the loose. the search for answers has hit a roadblock in the deadly train crash in new jersey. investigators are waiting to find something about key information about what could have happened. we have an update. >> reporter: beneath the massive tangle of steel and glass, crucial evidence in the train crash that killed one person and injured 114 others. >> because of the asbestos and the other structures that we are not sure about, i'm not allowing anybody to go in there. >> at this point the damage from
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the accident is keeping investigators from investigating even the main part of the crash. trapped down there is is a forward facing camera. they want to know exactly how fast the train was going and if the brakes were used before it slammed into the station thursday morning. >> we have multiple walking wounded. >> investigators already recovered one of the event recorders seen here, the one kept at the back of the train. that information now being downloaded at the manufacturer. investigators did speak with the engineer, 48-year-old tom gallagher. but there are no details on that meeting. preliminary drug and alcohol tests for him came back negative. >> so far witnesses say the train appeared to be going three times faster than normal as it approached the platform. the impact so violent, part of the station's ceiling collapsed, raining debris down on the hundreds of people standing around waiting. while the ntsb wants to get access to more of the wreckage, investigators are interviewing more witnesses and reviewing multiple videos. >> our objective is, as always,
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to not just find out what happened, but why it happened so we can prevent it from happening again. abc news, new york. technology can't stop earthquakes, as you know, but it can play a role in forecasting when one might hit. seismologists want be to know in these small ripples in california salt and sea might tell them when the big one might be coming. they are concerned about the effects on the san andreas fault. experts say the san andreas is overdue for a major quake. >> each earthquake is a little change in stress and a little poke on all the faults around it. and we have this really big cat there that will eventually push it over the cliff. each little one isn't enough to do it alone but you add them up enough of them. >> california has moved a step closer to developing an early warning system.
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the governor signed a $10 million bill last week. >> still ahead, there's two ways to be part of robin williams legacy in san francisco. one will cost millions, and the other much less. and here's a live look from our abc7 roof cam. partly cloudy today, back-to-back weather systems that will drop a bit of rain. lisa will be along shortly with
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>> breaking news, the coast guard said the body body of that missing kayaker was found early this morning south of the san mateo bridge. we told you about this at the top of our newscast. last night crews discovered his kayak shortly after the man was reported missing. rescuers were searching from candlestick point august the way down to the san mateo bridge. the man's identity is not being released.
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again, they have found his body. of the almeda county fire department is in the process of notifying his next-of-kin. happening today, the blue angels will arrive in the bay area for fleet week. yesterday the blue angels had to cancel their show in sacramento because their flight leader became sick. but the san francisco show is expected to go on as planned this week, starting on thursday. the blue angels will arrive at oakland international airport at 6:00 tonight and the uss san diego will also arrive today at the mariposa yacht club in san francisco. lisa, they usually need those clear skies in order to do those aerobatics. >> you are right. they will get that by the end of the week. between now and then we have several weak weather systems. people and me if they need umbrellas for the hardly had strictly, and the answer is you might want to bring it but you might not even use it because
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the system is trending weaker as it sinks to the south. there's two of them. timing is morning and afternoon. we will put it together for you next. >> thank you, lisa. a new kid on the block helps for the wildcard race. giants rookie ty blach outduels clayton kershaw.
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a big day for the bay area teams. the raiders will try to stay undefeated on the road against the ravens. kickoff at 10:00 this morning in baltimore. the 49ers battle the dallas cowboys at levi's stadium. kickoff 1:25 p.m. and it's fan appreciation day at at&t park with the giants having a chance to sweep the dodgers with a win or a cardinals loss, the giants would clinch a wildcard spot in the postseason. matt moore starts for the giants. the first pitch is early today, 12:05. yesterday the giants maintained their one-game lead in the wildcard race with a big win over l.a. here's shu. he has all the highlights in this morning's sports. good morning. the giants with a big win friday over the dodgers to give madison bumgarner his 100th career win and stay in the wildcard race.
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yesterday rookie ty blach started in his second career start against clayton kershaw. put down the phone, dude. you can't even paddle. he was dealing. strikes out the side in the third. freezes howie kendrick to end the inning. also got his first two big league hits. still no score, bottom of five. angel pagan took care of that off of kershaw. it's a home run. giants lead 1-0. giants take the 3-0 lead in the eighth. blach is still in there. he will get hernandez to end the inning. the rookie allowed three hits in 8 innings and no runs. >> it's one of the best pitching farm answers i have seen. this kid having a month in the major leagues, he should be so proud of what he did today. that was really special. >> here's your wildcard standings. mets are in. they will host the wildcard game on wednesday. the giants can clinch a playoff spot today with a win.
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a's and mariners. chris davis, 2 for 4. 2 rbi and his 7th hit. the team-leading 42nd home run. a's go up 7-4. extra innings. top of ten. the rbi double. the score. a's win 9-8, officially eliminating the mariners from the playoffs. college football, after the cal bears had a hard loss last week. they played host to 18th ranked utah. they are looking to rebound against them on homecoming weekend. the first quarter. this is quite a duo. 40-yard touchdown pass. great catch. he had five catches, 98 yards, 2 tds. 7-0, bears. web down the right sideline to
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robinson. 14-0 after one. fourth quarter, webb, his fourth td pass. this one 56 yards to him again. nine minutes to play. webb threw. 13 seconds left. one final play. zach gets the ball and he's denied. just stuffs him. the last time we said cal's defense won it. cal hands utah their first loss of the year. 28-23, the final. they improve to 3-2. >> we made stops. that's what we talked about, man. we wanted the defense to pick it up, and i said this is going to be a special week for us in the practice room and you can see it. we played well and finally got the stop. >> hectic six plays inside the ten-yard line. and the defense tried to kill us off. we made plays down the stretch. got to the 1-yard line and guys kept battling and we win the ballgame. very, very proud of them. san jose state against new mexico. the running back, gibson all over the place. ran for 156 yards and 1 touchdown. new mexico 326 rushing in the first half. kenny potter missed with an injury. the quarterback threw for over
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300 yards in the game. 65 yards here. san jose state will drop to 1-4, losing 48-41. and that's the way the ball bounces. giants-dodgers today. we will have the highlights at 5:00. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning. we are looking at showers in northern sonoma county and snow in the higher elevations of lake county. this will slip to the south. we are tracking it on live doppler 7 right now of. as is slips to the south, it will weaken. not everyone will see rain. we will see rain or light shower but the focus is in the north bay. you see around calistoga, highway 128, back toward 101 and highway 12 around santa rosa looking at a few light showers. also down by penngrove and into petaluma. you are probably dry now but out to marshall, west of novato, maybe a few light sprinkles. in the higher elevations you see a little bit of the pink that represents the snow. this is a 1 on the storm impact scale.
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it means light precip. not everyone will see it. it will be widely scattered. most cities under a tenth of an inch of rain. thunderstorms mainly north of i-80 in the valley there. the south bay, you will see some clouds. you will also see a breezy afternoon but it should be really nice for the game today. 58 right now. 57 in gilroy. 62 oakland. san francisco sits at 67. emeryville, look at all the clouds here. fog too in the higher elevations. winds have been gusty there. 63 concord. and finally from mt. tam this, is where the winds have been up to 20 and 30 miles an hour. once again throughout the afternoon we are going to look for breezy conditions behind the first system. then we get partly cloudy. there's a second system and maybe a couple hundredths. not promises much but the best news are the cooler than average temperatures. as much as 10 to 15 degrees cooler than average to help with the fires down south. santa rosa will pick up a little bit. as we go through the afternoon you see it kind of marches to the east. it falls apart as it goes to the
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livermore valley. looks like just some clouds. i wouldn't be surprised if most of you don't pick up anything tall. rainfalls totals have backed off in the bay. the sierra nevada, when we are getting this sort of system so early in the year, it's pretty strong. we are looking at snow, up to 3 inches above 6,000 feet. if you are traveling in the high country, it could be slick there. tomorrow morning cloudy. no problems in terms. wet weather. by the afternoon north bay could see some showers and then the afternoon commute could get a little slick in san francisco, over in oakland and around 680, as well. that's the second system. 12:05 game time. look for clouds and maybe a sprinkle. it will be sunny and breezy at at&t park. breezy along the coast. and highs here, bikes it's going to be a cool one out there with more clouds mixed in with some sunshie, and then looking into the south bay numbers here, average high should be well into
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the 70s. but it gets so hot there at levi's stadium, it should be a nice afternoon. the accuweather seven-day forecast, scattered showers both days in the morning and the north bay and then we will be sunny by 1:00 not forth bay. the rest of the bay area we see the clouds and maybe a sprinkle throughout the afternoon. then tomorrow another weak system. we have it all behind us by tuesday. increasing sunshine. the models have been flipping and propping -- flopping from the warmer weather to the changes the end of the week >> it seems like the system is starting to weaken a bit? >> looks like it, yeah. >> thank you, lisa. the historic home where mrs. doubt fire was filmed is up for sale.
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>> it's on just about every map and tourist guide. the house where robin williams starred in mrs. doubtfire. [screaming] >> the music used the real street address and even real san francisco food prices. it also used something else. >> he encouraged the producers to hire all his local friends, actors, musicians, comedians. >> dick bright played a waiter. >> okay, everybody, are you ready to order? >> a part you don't often improvise. >> hit your mark, do your job and get out. and robin said, no, let's have some fun here. >> it was the playful spirit which he was so well-loved that the trees and pavement outside the house have become a memorial. the owner explained why he's left it there. >> i'm not about to change anything and it's all deserved. >> some speculated the one reason it became a memorial is there is no official memorial in
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san francisco. some of his oldest friends are trying to change that. >> we want the to rename is robin williams meadow since he spent a lot of time here at comedy day. >> he secretly funded the free comedy show for years. >> this is a comedy day? i'll be back. now its organizers are taking donations to change the signs to say robin williams meadow. >> because everybody misses him and comedy day just hasn't been the same without him. >> as for the house, four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, asking $4.5 million. the seller, quite fittingly, is a retiring surgeon who specialized in facial feminization. >> could you make me a woman? >> and like him, the new owners will have to embrace the home's history. >> i don't think it matters who owns it. it's iconic no matter who lives there. >> abc7 news. >> we do miss robin. if you want to support the name change of golden gate park sharon meadow, to robin williams meadow, we have a link on our website,
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and local eateries on hand. the festival runs from 11:00 to 5:30 at twin pines park. >> let's get a final check of the accuweather forecast now. >> we will be in the 60s there with partly cloudy skies. here's where the rain is. it looks like it's coming down pretty good from calistoga to santa rosa. elsewhere it's just sprinkles and highs today cool, 65 in oakland. look for partly cloudy skies for the baseball and the football game and then we warm up >> keep checking the app. that's going to do it for us. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler along with my buddy, lisa argen. before we go, we want to you check out this sensational shot of the marina green. thanks for a viewer for sharing it with us. be sure to tag your pictures and you may see it on air or online. have a great sunday!
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>> hello. i'm henry tenenbaum. welcome to "bay area buys." we are at russell's fine furniture in santa clara, where mr. russell is going to answer that all-important question -- why is september different from any other month in the furniture business? >> kids are back to school, starting to think about winter. this is when the business really picks up. and we're going all-out with great sale prices. >> those are all great reasons to stick around and watch this amazing edition of "bay area buys." welcome to "bay area buys," russell's fine furniture in santa clara. well, this guy has created something that really is unique in furniture stores. so here's your chance, richard. tell 'em all about it. >> yeah. it's interesting you call it unique because... and i'm from a family that goes back to 1892 in furnitu


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