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half moon bay. and from our roof camera, nice and clear. 49 santa rosa, 56 concord and looking at 51 in livermore. your forecast is calls for numbers to climb through the 60s and 70s by noontime. to the 90s inland. and an update on the spare the air alert again today with poor air quality in the inland east bay. hears a look at the hurricane again. lashing the coasts of florida and carolinas. up to 15 inches of rain. still looking at a storm surge. it will be battering the coast all day long today. >> lisa, thank you. right now hurricane matthew's winds are reaching more than 100 miles. this is a live look. hurricane matthew moved up to
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the carols overnight. significant flooding will continue this weekend. it's claimed at least six lives. forecasters are warning of 15 inches of rainfall in isolated areas. right now more than 1348 people are without power in florida. it could take more than a week to get the power restored. we will have a live report from florida coming up in about 15 minutes. we also have an up to the minute hurricane blog on our abc news app. you can download that app for free and enable push alerts for the latest on hurricane matthew. >> with just weeks before the election, donald trump is apologizing after a leaked tape showing him making lewd comments about women. every republican has denounced the comments and some have pulled their endorsement for trump. sergio quintana has more. >> reporter: the comments were recorded off-camera just before a segment that was about to be shot for "access hollywood." >> i did try [bleep]. she was married.
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>> then-reality star donald trump was talking with tv host billy bush. according to "access hollywood," they were talking about her former co-host >> known knows me, knows these words, don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. >> trump then attacked bill clinton for his behavior as president and accused hillary of helping him cover it up. trump supporters say the latest scandal shouldn't affect the election. >> it shouldn't be about personals, it should be about issues that face americans in the future. 11-year-old remarks are unfortunate but they won't drive what people are voting on in the country. >> and senator dianne feinstein called his comments awful and said there's no excuse for his behavior. >> this is a at-year-old man at
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the time saying those things. you are ever going to be mature, you are mature at 59, i would think. >> at a rally in ohio, running mate mike pence was asked about the latest scandal. he didn't respond to those questions. >> and in further fallout, house speaker paul ryian also denounced his comments. he announced vp mike pence would be appearing with him at a wisconsin event instead of trump. the trump campaign said he will be doing debate prep instead. abc7 news. several prominent republicans say there's no way they will support or vote for trump. senator mark kirk of illinois called him a malignant clown, unprepared and unprepared to be president. they say his comments were deeply offensive and trump's opponent tweeted, quote, women have the power to stop trump. abc7 political analyst and political correspondent believes that trump's comments could
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impact the vote, especially among women. >> it's the women and the conservative evangelicals who a lot of them are still on the fence in the coming weeks, and they can decide the election one way or the other. this tape has got to give them pause whether donald trump has the character and demeanor to be the president of of the united states. >> just last year, former utah governor said he planned to vote for mr. trump, but he now told the tribune he thought that he should withdraw from the race. we will cover the presidential debate tomorrow night beginning at 6:00. in contra costa county, fire investigators are looking at how a three alarm fired at an apartment building. it happened at 9:30 last night on tree boulevard in concord. firefighters rescued a cat from one of the units.
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neighbors reported hearing explosions. propane tanks on the balcony with are the fire started could have made pops that sounded like explosions. two were treated but they did not have to go to the hospital. 6:05 is our time. one man is dead after a shooting in san francisco. it was over the eagleside district last night. two men were shot outside of a barbershop. a man in his 20s died. another man was in his 50s and taken to the hospital. lots the of people living in the sunset district in san francisco saw a two-alarm fire. they posted this video showing the smoke reporting from the back of the home near 21st avenue. sky 7 was over the area minutes later. three people were hurt. in the east bay surgeries are being rescheduled after a fire forced patients out of hospital operating rooms. flames broke out inside a second story boiler room yesterday afternoon. at the contra costa county
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health facility. katie has the details. >> it smelled like a gas or a chemical smell. we started getting a little light-headed. >> light-headed? >> yeah, it was really scary. >> and raised blood pressure as people prepping for surgery evacuated the contra costa county health center. >> we were on the second floor and she was getting her gown on and we were getting ready and prepared and then the fire alarms went on. >> fire filled the boiler room in the middle of the hospital. >> you are always worried about particularly the smoke. in this particular case it was a fuel-fed fire, meaning the boilers themselves are powered by both natural gas and diesel fuel. we had two patients in the operating room. they were able to complete the surgeries safely and effective. those patients were recovered on the third floor instead of the second floor. >> as firefighters extinguished the flames, nine units evacuated to safer areas of the hospital. they said the building is
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constructed for emergencies. >> there are fire barriers and smoke barriers designed to hold the fire at bay for up to two hours. >> the hospital closed to emergency patients for more than four hours and diverted ambulances to facilities in concord. once pg&e restored gas service, the hospital reopened. no one was injured. in in martinez, abc7 news. in fremont police are still on a scaled-back search for a woman this morning. sky 7 was over the search in the sundale neighborhood yesterday afternoon. the woman and three others are accused of stealing a woman's purse at gunpoint. it was at an elementary school. the search forced three schools in the area to be put on lockdown. police arrested the three other suspects. >> giants keep believing. game two of the n.l. ds is tonight in chicago. the giants need a win to tie the series. katie talk with fans ahead of last night's game. >> for tammy, the giants game
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was on all 11tvs, the drink of the day was named after buster posey, and giants fans were ready for a win. >> it will give them momentum for the rest of the series. if they win the series they go on and this is is the year they were supposed to win the world series anyway. >> keep it going, why not? i believe for sure. >> believing wasn't enough for the win, but giants fans can appreciate a close game. >> we know it will be a pitcher's duel. the giants can blow everybody out, 10-2. we don't do that in the playoffs. we are all about scratching and clawing. >> every pitch and every swing matters because the game might come down to just one single swing. >> this san jose fan had a good night. his team won. of course, he was watching a different game. >> i feel very uncomfortable. game two for the giants and cubs is saturday in chicago. game three is monday at&t park. in san jose, abc7 news. >> and south san francisco is getting into the giants spirit.
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this is the historic sign on the hillside where the letters "s" and"f" are painted orange in honor of the giants. and we have great pictures like this one from debbie. send us your fan photos using the #abc7now and you might see them on air or online at abc7news.com. >> i have quite a bit of family back east, and we aren't friends. we are always on top. we need to get rid of the mets and then we will take care of business. hear are the temperatures from the sutro tower cam. 61 in san francisco. 51 livermore and 46 in half moon bay. everybody in the 80s and 90s today. ail have the forecast in a minute. >> thanks. also ahead, home versus hillside. seven months after the earth moved, homeowners are still struggling with repairs and
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frustration with local officials is reaching a boiling point. >> hurricne matthew battering the southeast. i'm lauren lyster in florida.
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>> good morning, everyone. 6:12 is our time. a live look from our emeryville camera. you see the drivers of getting an early start to their day. we are expecting warm condition later this afternoon. lisa returns with the hour by hour forecast coming up.
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san francisco's chinatown community development center celebrated the life of rose pak last night. the clownna town center had planned the event to honor her months ago, but after she died last month, they decided to throw the gala anyway to celebrate her memory. vic lee served as the emcee for the event. mayor ed lee was also in attendance. >> fun in the things she did. she found fun in the people that she worked with, and the way she celebrated. >> the chinatown group worked with pak for 30 years helping to save tenants and business on stockton street who were faced with eviction. 6:13 is our time. residents of one east bay neighborhood are angry and they want action from east bay mud claiming the utility failed to repair a landslide that happened on its property seven months ago. they even filed a lawsuit.
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laura anthony has a story that you will see only on abc7 news. >> the fact of the matter is that's got to be fixed. there's no if's, and's and but's about it. >> reporter: the residents said they have seen enough of this. a large landslide that happened seven months ago. it's on east bay mud property and it hasn't been fixed since. >> the house hasn't been fixed, the hill hasn't been fixed. rain is coming. >> and tim alford and his family have no idea when they will be able to move back into their home. >> is it frustrating? >> yes, frustrating. >> its frustrating and stressful. three kids and a family. very fortunate and blessed that no one was injured. >> this is a lot of our possessions from the home. it's just all stacked up. >> dennis's home is also too dangerous to live in. he said a smaller slide in january should have been a red flag for east bay mud. >> they had an outside geo-tech firm come and evaluate the area
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in january. the report indicated that if it continued to rain, the entire hillside was in jeopardy. >> abc7 news obtained a copy. the report. in it the geotechnical expert warns, quote, additional and potentially more significant movements could occur if the landslide is not stabilized. two months later the entire hillside gave way. >> the slide is a complicated one. >> andrea is a spokesperson for east bay mud, which is now being sued by the homeowners. >> what we have learned since it occurred in march is it's a mapped naturally-occurring historical slide area that predates the houses that are there. so what we've been doing right now is it to monitor the slides to see if there's any movement. we will continue to do that in the winter. >> they are just walking away from us and wish maybe we will go away, and we might. we might slide all the way down that hill. >> east bay mud has put plastic sheeting over the area but there are no plans to perform any
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repairs anytime soon. abc7 news. >> now to hurricane matthew. powerful winds, storm surges and torrential rain has hit the southeast coast this morning. more than 1 million people have lost power in florida. we are live in florida with the latest. lauren, good morning to you. >> chris, just this morning, hurricane matthew bringing tornado watches to parts of the carols. it's hard to believe 24 hours here the winds were so strong you could barely watch. the storm downing trees and worse, and it continues moving north. >> reporter: the deadly hurricane wreaking havoc as it moves up the coast. overnight matthew bringing rain, storm surge and destruction to south carolina. flooding roads, downing trees and driving cars off the road. an eerie light show on this highway as multiple powerlines
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explode. the powerful scat goer 2 hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force. states of emergencying declared in georgia, south carolina and north carolina. >> the best thing now is to just is hunker down. stay in a safe place. don't move, don't try to move around. >> this, after pummeling florida. >> sounded like a train hitting the house. that's all i can say. the wind was so strong. >> a home security camera captures the moment rushing water crashes into a home. whole roads getting washed away. st. augustine, one of the hardest hit areas. water on downtown streets trapping dozens at this inn. as as matthew travels negotiate, 26,000 people riding it out at shelters in the carolinas, and thousands are without power on the georgia coast. >> here in florida more than 1 million people without power and they are told it could be a week before they get it back. the next 24 to 36 hours are
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crucial and georgia and the carolinas where the storm surge brings life-threatening flooding. abc7 news in south florida, lauren lyster. >> thanks for the report. lisa argen is tracking the firm. lisa, as lauren mentioned, the storm is weakening as it goes north. >> right now. we are at a category one with winds of 75 miles an hour. but i have saw the sunshine out behind her. but as this continues to move up the coast, it's actually the eye wall that is lashing the shoreline. so the eye is offshore. and it's beginning to slight turn. the pressure is rising. but look at all this rain. we are looking at anywhere from ten inches, perhaps a foot and isolated 15 inches. then we are looking at the storm surge. not only the showers, the thunderstorms, tornado watches and warnings in effect for the coast of north carolina. so we are not only looking at this along the coast, but well inland as those tributaries and the rivers rise.
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remember, this is low country here. just at about sea level. with that storm surge we are looking at flooding throughout the day. and then it moves out to sea tomorrow. look what happens. it kind. takes a loop and back towards the bahamas by next week. so conditions will rapidly improve throughout the afternoon, but the wind gusts still up to 50 and 60 miles an hour along the coastal carolina region with the rivers beginning to rise. so here's a look at our fog-free conditions. and outside good visibility at 61 in san francisco. good morning, gilroy, 49 for you. half moon bay at 46, mountain view 53 degrees. temperatures have been about ten degrees before average. today 10 to 15 degrees above average again. 47 napa. it's cool for you. and 51 livermore. as much as three and four crease warmer than you were yesterday at this hour. novato is 5 degrees warmer. we are looking at temperatures to stay well above average today. so a nice day, the warmest day of the weekend will be today. blue skies with some high clouds
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return to the on shore push tomorrow. tomorrow significantly cooler. by columbus day we are looking at much, much cooler weather. air quality today not great in the inland east bay for the spare the air alert. but by tomorrow you will notice improvement. yesterday everybody in the 80s. in beach hazard statement is for tomorrow. but tomorrow maybe not as at the present time to go get to the shoreline. four to five feet swells right now with strong rip currents possible. in san francisco about 80 today. 76 tomorrow. then in the low 70s on monday. so everyone elsewhere around the bay will continue to see the temperatures drop each and every day. 88 in san jose. look for 84 in milpitas on the peninsula. look at the return to the 80s. >> 10 degrees above average for you in mountain view today. san francisco with 80 #* 80. in the north bay we look for highs 87 in sonoma, 89 for you today in calistoga near east bay.
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livermore and pleasanton about 93 and 92. the accuweather seven-day forecast, warm to hot today. cooler tomorrow. we are looking at columbus day, and certainly not as warm. with the we are looking at increasing clouds wednesday and thursday. by next weekend all the forecast areas that we are talking about rain. sacramento, san francisco. looks like this could happen this time next week. wouldn't that be fun? >> looking forward to the rain, but glad it's come after fleet week. >> the weekends have been so, so warm each and every weekend. it's working out. >> thank you. just ahead, his law has big expansion plans. what is -- tesla has dig expansion plans. today we recognize the services immigrant rights and education network in san jose and it's executive director maricela gutierrez for hispanic heritage month. they look to empower low income
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immigrants and refugees in silicon valley. they provide free legal consultations on the third thursday of each month at public libraries in san jose. we have more information on instagram
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>> paula feris joins us from new york to tell us what is coming up on "good morning america." >> good morning. donald trump is facing major backlash. the republican nominee issued an apology late last night after a tape from 2005 surfaced about him making lewd comments about women. members of his own party have withdrawn his support and some even callingdor him to get out of the race. our political team will weigh in this morning. we are tracking hurricane matthew, the monster hurricane punishing the carrolls this morning. winds topping 100 miles an hour. we are in the storm zone and we will have the latest on its destructive path. it's a busy morning on gma. hope you can join us >> tesla is planning a huge expansion at its fremont facility. they can ramp up production and
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add 3,000 workers. much of that will be devoted to their lower-priced model which is expected to start shipping the end of next year. in concord officers came to the rescue of a red tailed hawk. the bird wars on the ground and unable to fly. with the help of a citizen the officer put it in his patrol car and drove it to the wildlife hospital in walnut creek where veterinarians examined it. they found the hawk was injured and malnourished. it's now making a steady recovery at the animal hospital. bikes versus car and a nude bid for peaceful coexistence. and cars broken into, and
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>> good morning east bay. let's get up and get going! >> this is abc7 mornings. >> half past the hour on this saturday morning. it's so great to have you with us. i'm chris ngyen. we will start with a quick look at the weather this morning. here's meteorologist lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. so quiet. no wind at all, no fog to speak of. and we are talking about cool temperatures and a preview for you from san jose, 280, 57 there. 47 gilroy, 61 in the city. from the east bay hills camera, vollmer peak 57.
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47 napa. emeryville, testimonies climbing to the 60s by noontime at the coast. by the afternoon mid-70s to around 80 from half moon bay. mid-90s inland. warmer than yesterday. a spare the air alert today for the poor air quality in the inland east bay. here's the latest on hurricane matthew. it's a category 1 now but with 6 to 12 inches of rain and isolated areas up to 15 areas, the carolinas are getting hammered. the eye is offshore. it's around myrtle beach right now. you see the red box. that's a tornado warning in effect for the coastal areas of north carolina. so it is a category 1 with winds of 75 miles an hour. but it's the storm surge, the water piling up along the coast. the rivers, the tributaries continue to rise for the next several hoursy we will get some significant flooding, in addition to the very heavy rain. chris. >> lisa, thank you.
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the most popular state park in northern california is a little safer thanks to the abc7 news i-team. we have the details from mt. diablo state park. >> on any given weekend day, 800 cyclists and thousands are cars are trying to avoid each other on treacherous blind curves. more than 300 of them on the slopes to mt. diablo. >> it's scary going up, scary going down, scary watching them, and on this road it's scary on the narrow, narrow paths where the cliff is rate next to you. >> last yar dan noyes investigated hundreds of collisions here. pressure from the media, politicians and a petition yielded results a year later. state funding added double-striped roads and 251 new warning signs. >> we are seeing better driving behavior where cars are not passing on blind curves. >> i really do think that the double yellow lines in
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particular have made an impact on drivers. i see them hesitate more. they think more about where and when they are going to pass. >> steph collided with a car last year. she was badly scraped and broke her shoulder, but she still rides up on diablo. accidents are declining, but other cyclists aren't so optimistic. >> there's a close call almost every few weeks that somebody does something stupid. >> more is coming in a few weeks with new bike turnouts. >> they allow a cyclist pedaling up hill to move slightly to the right to allow a motorist to pass safely without driving into the wrong lane. >> it's all about attitudes. cyclists have to respect the speed limit on their descents, and for motorists. >> chill out, give the bikes a chance. >> abc7 news. happening today, officials in santa clara county will hold a meeting to provide loma fire victims with more information. the loma fire is 95% contained and holding it just under
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4500 acres. flames have destroyed 12 homes in 16 out buildings and the fire has been burning for nearly two weeks. the meeting will be on summit road in los gatos. it starts at 10:00 this morning. it's at the elementary school. 6:33 our time. new this morning, president obama hopes to continue strengthening the middle class n his weekly address the president talks about the wage growth over his eight years in office. he says thanks in part to the increase in the minimum wage, lower and middle income family saw big boosts in income. although there's been significant progress, president obama said much more work needs to be done. >> making childcare more affordable, for example. making sure women earn equal pay for equal work. guaranteeing paid family and sick leave. that's how we will build on the progress we've made over the past eight years. and achieve one thing we should all agree on, securing a brighter future for all of our children. >> since taking office, the president said more than 15 million new jobs have been created and the unemployment
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rate has been cut in half. >> a bay area woman known for perseverance is now part of the congressional record. betty is the oldest national park service ranger, conducting tours is he rosie the riveter museum in richmond. yesterday she was presented with the lifetime achievement certificate. >> it's overwhelming in some respects. but to the extent that i am aware that i'm living in my final decade -- >> and i wouldn't bet on this being your last decade. [laughter] >> but whatever it is, we will appreciate every second we get of having you with us. >> thank you very much. >> a deserving honor. she has recently received what she calls a parade of awards. the coin replace one that was stolen from her when she was attacked in her richmond home
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and robbed. >> it is the time for flu shots. you can drive up here and roll down your sleeves and get your shot. doctors say it's important to get a shot now before the end of the month. that's what the flu virus could start to appear. 40,000 books will be given away to kids and keeps in daly city and each can get up to ten books for free. the event is put on by "first books" and it aims to provide disadvantaged children with books that they might not otherwise have access to. it starts at 9:00 this morning in daly city at woodrow-nelson elementary. it runs until 3:00 or until all books are given outs.. the blue angels will be soaring over the bay area today and tomorrow. abc7 news was in san francisco as navy and air force planes performed a spectacular show for fleet week yesterday. the parade of military ships is just as eye-catching and
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impressive. you can tour the ships starting again at 9:00 this morning. get the full fleet week schedule on our abc7 news app. as you know, fleet week always brings in a ton of tourists. but san francisco police have increased the number of officers on patrol this weekend. here's abc7 news reporter leeann melendez. >> we had our bags and cell phones, cameras. also passports. >> in a matter of seconds, this family's life visiting from china was turned upside-down. a victim of a smash-and-grab on lombard street. >> it happened so fast. >> there was another window broken into. >> the community ambassadors who provide a safety presence say it's hard to keep this type of crime away from these areas where tourists are known to have these expensive types of goods.
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>> on a bad day, maybe five to ten. >> some tourists don't know how to protect their valuables. >> we aren't from here, so we aren't really into knowing the rules in the city. >> this happened at thousands of people are here for fleet week. sfpd said there will be more officers this weekend patrolling the sensitive areas. >> every officer is going to be working in the city. you are going to see more of us out on patrol, on foot, on our bikes, on the motorcycles, on the water. >> i have been here a lot of times and it's never happened before. >> it's the first time. i'm really shocked. >> in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> still ahead on abc7 mornings, marketing market street. meet the entrepreneurs who want to make this part a destination location. the time right now is 6:37. it's going to be a warm day across the bay. we will check in with lisa and
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let you know when changes are on the
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- ♪ bargain market ... now it's stuck in my head. >> welcome back, everyone. the set we used to use to bring you the news every day here on abc7 now has a new home, and we couldn't be prouder. >> good evening. welcome to "state of events." i'm andrew brock. >> and i'm --
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the set is now being used by the department of broadcast and electronic arts at san francisco state for its weekly news program called "state of events." >> and that's going to wrap things up for this edition of "state of events." >> but before we go, we would like to thank abc7 news for donating the new set to our media departmnt here at san francisco state university. >> we are so glad it has a new home. look at them, all stylish and whatnot. >> so professional and snazzy. good morning, earn. we are looking at a beautiful shot this morning. look at all the colors. the sun coming up about 7:15. with that numbers range from the mid-40s half moon bay to the upper 60s in the higher elevations. another warm weekend. today the warmest day out of the next seven. we have rain to talk about, as well. that's coming up. >> good to know. also a game one duel with johnny cueto and jon lester matching
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each other pitch for pitch. one swing would decide the game. larry beil has the highligts coming up in tobacco companies knew that smoking kills. and they lied about it for decades. now they're lying about prop 56. if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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>> welcome back. here's a live look outside from here. it could be another warm day across the bay area. in sports, a full day of college football in the bay area. hawaii battles san jose state at the home of the spartans. kickoff at 1:30 p.m. then at 6:00. cal faces oregon state. and washington state takes on number 15, stanford. kickoff at 7:30. if you are not going, you can watch the game on our sister network espn. also tonight game two of the nlds. the first pitch at wrigley field is at 5:08 p.m. last night it was another tight game for the giants as johnny cueto and jon lester were locked in a pitcher's duel in game one. larry beil brings us the action in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. after madison bumgarner shutout the mets in the wildcard game, the giants were looking for johnny cueto to deliver, as well. it was game one of the national league series in chicago. cueto and lester locked up in a scoreless duel. who could score at all? a lone giants fan at wrigley field hoping for the best. bottom of the third. david ross a drive deep to left center. have no fear, gorgas is here. hernandez with the sliding catch. and top of the forth. two out. buster posey at first. the flare to left.
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ben zobrist, the former a, let's it get by him. he needed to be going there. he might have scored. instead, we remain scoreless. sixth inning, cueto strikes out the side. finishes with 10 is k's. but lester was just as tough. where was this when the a's needed it a few years ago? after the hit he sent down 13 in a row. bottom of the eight. cueto one big mistake and it's crushed. high, deep, and aloha! despite the trying to knock it down, bill murray loving it. 1-0, cubs. top of nine, two outs. tieing run. it gets hunter pence to end it. 1-0 cubs. it will be jeff samardzija in game two. here's the skipper, bruce bochy. >> we played well. made some good defensive plays and got guys out early in the game. we just couldn't get a hit to finish it off. but it was a great ballgame. i expect these games to be like this.
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you know, guys played great. they really did. >> former giants skipper, dusty baker of the nationals, hosting the dodgers. dodgers jumped out to a 4-0 lead. clayton kershaw was struggling. mets could close 4-3, but janssen comes in and slams the door with a six-out save and the dodgers take game one by a final of 4-3. colin kaepernick's spot on the sidelines may have more to do with his contract than his weight. a prestructured deal may get him back soon. the nfl network is reporting they are close to finalizing a deal that would eliminate the injury clause that guarantees his salary for 2017, should he get hurt in 2016. the new deal is shorter and would allow kaepernick to opt out. so say if he comes in and this happens, he could be free to hit
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the open market as a valuable commodity. might he get a chance next week? chip kelly said every position is up for grabs. >> i'm ot naming any starters for buffalo. just don't rule anything out. that's what i'm saying. but i guarantee the headline is i didn't name this guy for the starter. i didn't name any starters for the buffalo game. that's what i'm saying. >> we shall see. that's it on sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> now the accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. the latest on hurricane matthew. it's a category 1 with winds of 75 miles an hour. you can see it here right off charleston. they have seen anywhere from 8 to 9 inches of rain around savannah. hilton head island had wind gusts of 87 miles an hour overnight and 71 wind gusts around beauford, south carolina. sustained wind is 60 miles an hour. rain is lashing the coast. the eye is actually offshore. it's the eye wall with the
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heaviest rains of that been batter the coastline here. so with all that heavy rain and the storm surge with that water piling up around low country, the rivers are going to be rising in the next several hours. so not only are we looking at flooding concerns, but tornado warnings in effect for north and south carolina here. so these are thunder storms that can become dangerous, spawning tornadoes, still look at all the very heavy, heavy rain. there are breaks in the rain. but here comes the flooding and the storm surge. it will move out to sea. so by tomorrow things calm down significantly. it wraps around and is really situated off the bahama coastline for monday. we will keep you updated on that. unfortunately no flights going in and out of the south and north carolina coast. back home it couldn't be quieter. clear conditions, no wind to speak of. we are looking at a beautiful shot from mt. tam here. temperatures ranging from the 40s, 50s and 60s out
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there. this is the shot from the east bay hills camera. a spare the air alert again today with air quality poor here in the inland east bay. it's 49 by the delta, 56 concord. santa rosa waking up to 49. that's warmer than yesterday. we are wormer by 4 crease in concord. speaking of san jose, a pretty shot. temperatures warmer for you today. blue skies and the warmest day of the weekend today for the blue angels. some high clouds and cooling tomorrow and into next week we are looking at rain. feeling pretty confident a week out that we will see some showers next weekend. so beach hazard statement dome into monday with the long period of northwesterly swells, large breakers, 4 month 5-foot current wave heights and rip currents. of the blue angels enjoying 40 degrees in san francisco. overnight lows comfortable in the 50s and in the low 70s for monday. so looking at temperatures around the bay today, warmer for
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you in the south bay. 88 there. 90s further south around morgan hill. 88 in mountain view. and look for 80 again san francisco. yesterday it was 82. 86 petaluma. 84 in oakland. should see about 70 for your hype. 94 in brentwood. so average highs ten to fifteen degrees above average. look what happens in a week. we are talking about some rain hopefully arriving here this time next weekend. accuweather seven-day forecast, 70s to 90s today. five to eight degrees of cooling tomorrow. columbus day looks to be the coolest day out of the week. get our app and get all the updates you need and the latest on hurricane matthew, which could be a tropical storm pretty soon. >> lisa, thank you. the street that's at the center of san francisco will be looking different for one more day. abc reportert johnathan bloom has more on the second effort to prototype the market street of
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the future. >> reporter: stop and reflect for a moment with the mirrors and ballet bars of this inside-out dance studio. >> we had a lot of audience members happen. a lot of folks curious about what's going on. >> what's going on is the market street prototyping festival. >> we've learned a lot from last year. >> for the second time designers were asked to build installations, interactive art that could be chosen for a permit place on the wide sidewalks of market street. >> and everyone who is out here today gets to come by and tell us what they think of it. >> it's candy for the eyes. this one even lights up. >> the day is night, but night it has the extra spark in it. like the cherry on top of the ice cream. >> this one is all about the ears. >> can you put your hand on top? ♪ [laughter] >> and how about a lunch-time vacation for your nose? >> the first thing everyone says is, oh, my gosh, it smells so good. >> for all the designers the real market success isn't how they change the look of market street, but how they change the behavior of people passing by.
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>> this is fun. i want to eat these herbs. i want to eat these herbs. or i want to read some poetry. >> headed out for a burrito, the co-workers got sidetracked at the sidewalk library. >> is a library branch in the future of market street, do you think? >> i hope so. >> walking down a busy street smiling, engaging with each other. you see people talking that would never otherwise speak to each other. that's the beginning of what we need to society. >> and the beginning after new market street as the city prepares to redesign their main thoroughfare in two years from a street into a destination. >> it should be so much more than a place to move through. it should be a place to be. >> in san francisco, johnathan bloom, abc7 news. >> coming up, an odd annual race on the east coast with husband and wife teams competing in the wife-carrying championship. what the winning couple will take home.
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can you see them holding on for deer lives, as well. very surreal. >> the sun coming up about 7:12, 7:13. damages ranging from the 40s half moon bay, 57 in san jose. and from the east bay hills camera, beautiful. 50 in novato, 54 concord. spare the air alert today with hot numbers arriving in the 90s inland, upper 80s san jose, 80 in the city. look for 82 san mateo, 89 santa rosa. the 7 day accuweather forecast. we should see some rain by next weekend. >> thanks, lisa. thanks for watching on abc7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. the news continues now on line, on twitter, facebook and instagram. "good morning america" is next. we will see you at 8:00 for another full hour of news, weather and sports. until then, make it a great
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good morning, america. trump caught on tape, lewd and sexist. the republican nominee under fire this morning after an explosive video revealing graphic comments he made about women. >> i did try and [ expletive ] her, but she was married. >> hillary clinton calling his comments horrific, and high ranking members of his own party condemning him, and overnight, a rare trump apology. >> i said it. i was wrong, and i apologize. >> with the next presidential debate coming tomorrow night, can trump come back from this? we have team coverage. also breaking this morning, monster hurricane matthew working its way up the east coast slamming south carolina and georgia right now. this thing is packing dangerous winds of 100 miles an hour. tearin

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