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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. thanks so much for joining us. it is saturday, october 8th. i am chris nguyen. let's start with the forecast. here's lisa argen, tracking live doppler 7. >> hey, chris, you can see no fog to speak of at all. plenty of sunshine. as a result, temperatures have cooled considerably. and numbers have dropped into the 40s from the coast to our inland east bay. right in the middle is oakland and san jose, mid and upper 50s. look at this beautiful shot of the peninsula, 50 in nevada, 53 in con card and hurricane matthew, category 1, lashing the coast of georgia and the carolinas. we've had 12 inches of rain in savanna, now dealing with the storm surge.
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and the latest radar shows a tornado warning for wilmington, north carolina, and myrtle beach, 60 mile an hour wind gusts sustained along the carolina coast. you can see the winds pushing that water along the coast. we'll talk more in detail about the hurricane and our weather coming up, chris. lisa, thank you. sad news to report. breaking news. abc 7 news has just learned the woman who was severely beaten do you remember a robbery last month in san jose died this morning. 88-year-old flo douglas suffered bleeding in her brain and eyes, after being kicked in the head in her home. sheriff's deputies say 19-year-old zachary kuin threatened to kill her if she didn't give him money. police say he will be charged with murder. 8:01 is the time. hurricane matthew, torrential
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rain, hitting the coast this morning. 1 million people are without power in florida. abc 7 lauren lister has the latest on the storm. >> reporter: the deadly hurricane, reeking havoc as it moves up the coast. overnight, matthew bringing deafening rain, storm surge and destruction to south carolina. flooding roads, downing trees, and driving cars off the road. an eerie light show as multiple light polls explode. it continues to show its force. states of emergency declared in georgia, south carolina, and north carolina. i just want to let you know, we are prepared, we are ready for it. we are ready for this turn of events. we didn't want it turn of events to occur, but we're ready for it. >> reporter: this, after pummelling florida. >> the wind was so strong. >> reporter: as it barrelled through home coast, a security
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camera shows it rushing into a home. the hardest hit areas, flooding downtown streets. as matthew travels north, 26,000 people riding it out at shelters in the carolinas, while thousands are without power. in florida, more than one million people are without power. people are being told it could be a week before they get it back and the next 24 to 36 hours are crucial in georgia and carolina as it causing life threatening devastation. i'm lauren lyster, abc 7 news. you can download the app for push alerts. politics now before, donald trump is apologizing after lewd comments about women. so far, just about every key republican has denounced these
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comments, and some have even pulled their endorsement for trump. abc 7 has the story. >> reporter: the comments were recorded off camera, just before a segment that was about to be shot for "access hollywood." >> i moved on her, and i failed. i admit it. i tried to [ bleeping ]. she was married. >> reporter: donald trump was talking with tv host billy bush, according to "access hollywood, they were talking about nancy oechlt del odell." in an unprecedented reaction for the trump campaign, he released an on camera apology. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> reporter: trump then a tacked bill clinton for his behavior as president, and accused hillary of helping cover it up. trump's supporters say the latest scandal shouldn't affect
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the election. >> it should be about the future of america. 11--year-old remarks, they shouldn't be. >> reporter: speaking at an event in san francisco, diane feinstein say they were awful. >> is this a 59-year-old man at the time saying those things. if you are ever going to be mature, you are mature at 59, i would think. >> reporter: at a roally in ohi, mike pence was asked about the latest scandal. he didn't respond to the questions. and in further fallout, paul ryan also denounced trump's comments, announced mike pence will be appearing with him at a wisconsin event instead of trump. the trump campaign says he'll be doing debate prep instead. sergio quintana, abc 7 news. several prominent republicans say there is no way they'll support a vote for trump. senator mark kirk called him a
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mag malignant clown. hoffman has called for him to step aside and said his comments from deeply offensive. abc 7 political correspondent, carla says she believes it could impact the vote, especially among women. >> it's the women and the conservative evangelicals who are, a lot of them still on the fence in the final weeks, and these are the people that are going to decide this election one way or the other. this tape has got to give them pause about whether donald trump has the character and demeanor to be the president of the united states. >> just last week, former utah governor, john huntsman said he planned to vote for mr. trump, but yesterday he said the nominee should withdraw for the race. the second presidential debate is tomorrow night. we'll televise it right here on abc 7. coverage begins at 6:00.
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in costra county county, fire investigators are looking into a three alarm fire at an apartment building, happening around 9:30 in concord. firefighters rescued a cat from one of the units. neighbors reported hearing ex employings. crews say propane tanks from a balcony where the fire started could have made pops that sounded like explosions. two people were treated for smoke inhalation, but did not have to go to the hospital. one man is dead after a double shooting in san francisco. sky 7 was over plymouth avenue and broad street in the inc. si -- ingleside. lots of people living in the sun set district saw a two alarm fire. take a look at this. san francisco firefighters posted this video, showing the smoke pouring from the back of the home near 21st avenue. sky 7 was over the area, minutes
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later. three people were hurt. in the east bay, surgeries are being rescheduled after a fire forced patients out of hospital operating rooms. flames brought out inside a second story boiler room at the martinez health center yesterday afternoon. abc 7 katie yutas has more. it smelled like a gas or chemical smell. it started getting light hetded. >> reporter: light-headed. and then raised blood pressure, as people prepping for surgery evacuated the costra county martinez health center. >> we were on the second floor and she was getting her gown on and stuff and prepared and all that stuff and then the fire alarms went on. >> reporter: fire filled the boiler room in the middle of the hospital. >> you're always worried about particularly the smoke, and in this particular case, it was a fuel fed fire, meaning it was the boilers themselves are powered by natural gas and diesel fuel.
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>> we had two patients in the operating room. they were able to finish the surgery. the patients recovered on the third floor instead of the second floor. >> reporter: as firefighters extinguished the fire, they went to other areas of the hospital. the building is constructed for emergencies. >> the smoke compartments and fire barriers are to hold a fire up to two hours. >> reporter: closed to emergency patients for more than four hours and diverted a.m. blanses -- ambulances. no one was injured. in martinez, katie yutas, abc 7 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 another person's purse, another woman's purse at gun point at warwick elementa elementary. three scores in the area were
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placed on lockdown. they have arrested three suspects. giants fans keep believing. game two of the nlds is in chicago and they need a win to tie the series. kat katie marzullo talked with fans last night. >> the giants game was on all 11 tvs, drink of the day was named after buster posy and giants fan were ready for a win. >> momentum for the rest of the series. if they win the certificate reesz, they go on. this is the year they're supposed to win the world series. >> why not, keep it going. i mean, i believe, for sure. >> reporter: believing wasn't enough for the win, but giants fans can appreciate a close game. >> we all know it is going to be a pitcher's duel. but you know, i mean, we're scratching and clawing. >> every pitch and swing matters. the game might come down to one single swing. >> reporter: this san jose fan had a good night.
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his team won. of course, he was watching a different game. >> i feel very uncomfortable. >> reporter: game two is saturday in chicago. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. and you can get into the believing spirit, our viewers are sending us great pictures like this one from debbie. #abc 7 now and you might see them on air or online at abc 7 october never gets old. >> no, warm temperatures, even rain in the seven-day outlook. sutro tower camera, san francisco, san jose, good morning, 57. we have 40s on the coast. 60s in the upper elevation. today, of the warmest day of the next seven and we'll track rain headed our way as well. >> lisa, thank you. home versus hillside. seven months after the earth moved, homeowners are stild
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struggling with repairs and frustration with local officials is reaching a boiling point. plus, seven on your side, michael finney looks at how effe
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action from east bay mud claiming the utility has failed to repair a landslide seven months ago and filed a lawsuit. laura anthony has the story you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> the fact of the matter is, that's got to be fixed. there is no ifs, ands or buts about it. >> reporter: residents say they've seen enough of this, a large landslide that happened seven months ago. it is on east bay mud property, and it hasn't been fixed since. >> the house hasn't been fixed. the hill hasn't been fixed. the rain is coming. >> reporter: tim alford and his family have no idea when they'll be able to move back into their home. is it frustrating? >> yes, frustrating, it's stressful. you know, three kids and a family, very fortunate and blessed that no one was injured. >> this is a lot of our possessions of the home. all stacked up. >> reporter: dennis martell's home is too dangerous to live in. a smaller slide in january
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should have been a red flag for east bay mud. >> they had an outside geotech firm evaluate in january and that report indicated that if it continued to rain, the entire hillside was in jeopardy. >> reporter: we obtained a copy of 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. >> reporter: -- >> what we have learned since march, it is a mapped naturally occurring historical slide area that were he dates the houses that are there. so what we've been doing right now is to monitor the slide to see if there is any movement, we'll continue to do that in the winter. >> they're walking away from us, and wish maybe we want to go away. we might. we just might slide all the way
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down the hill. >> reporter: east bay mud has put plastic sheeting over the area, but no plans to perform any repairs any time soon. laura anthony, abc 7 news. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning, update on hurricane matthew, category 1 with winds of 75 miles an hour, just made landfall along south carolina's coast. the flood threat continues with major flooding. these onshore winds hammering the coast of south carolina. savanna, they picked up a foot of rain. we're looking at 5 to 7 foot storm surge around charleston and continue to see very heavy rain. so the hurricane will hug the north carolina coast, and we'll be looking at north only heavy rain, but tornado warning here. it's been up all morning long from the outer islands and all of this here is really low country. so we're going to be looking at significant flooding and the track is to have this system
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push out to sea by tomorrow. but now is when we get the rivers and streams all rising with heavy rain continuing, and high tide, 2:00 eastern time. we'll continue to watch it for you. we're looking at devastating conditions there. but back home, we don't have fog, we don't have wind. but we will cool temperatures. 40s on the coast, and a little haze. good reason, we're looking at a spare the air alert, 57 in san jose, mou mountain view, 55. 10 degrees above average. you should see mid 70s. 53 in con scorcord. we' we're warmer in napa. great beautiful weather for fleet week. high clouds tomorrow. fog returns tonight. cooler tomorrow. and with the spare the air
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alert, the air quality will be improving with a slight onshore push late tonight, about 9:00 tonight, when we'll see the fog. also a beach hazard statement, four to five-foot waves along the coast, large breakers, but 80 degrees in san francisco. still 80s on the coast but we'll get the sea breeze and by tomorrow, the high, thin clouds, cooler numbers, about 71 for columbus day. warmer in inland east bay, 93 in livermore, 80 in the city, santa cruz, in the mid 8 0s. one week ahead, this is some rain we're forecasting into the sacramento valley, mountain snow, can't wait, right. but the seven-day forecast, mid 70s to mid 90s, warmest day out of the next seven. cooler tomorrow, more cool weather for columbus day. as we continue to cool the
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temperatures, clouds increase. first chance of rain could be late thursday in the north bay. so timing is everything, isn't it. working out for the blue angels today. >> perfect weather for fleet week activities. lisa, thank you. tesla has big expansion plans, what it could mean for the job market in fremont. first, as we head to break, abc 7 is observing hispanic heritage month. today, we recognize the services im grant rights and education in san jose and its executive director maricela gutierrez, refugees in silicon valley and providing free legal consultations on the third thursday of each month at public libraries. we have more details on instagram
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maxx life at t.j.maxx. credit cards are working. retailers accepting the chip cards are seeing fraud go down by nearly half. seven on your side michael finney has been keeping track of it and has more good news for consumers. >> reporter: the new chip credit cards are more secure, but consumers complain they take too long to use. >> i think the technology has a little ways to go yet. it is a little slow and a little cumbersome. >> reporter: maureen was shopping at half moon bay when we talked, and i had some good news. here's the thing that's fun.
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this store has new software, rather than take almost ten seconds for a chip card. >> right. >> reporter: it will do it in 2.5 seconds. >> we'll see. >> reporter: you're not sure, huh? while she shops, let's start with stephanie. she tells me more than one-third of visa transactions are by a chip card, and it is getting faster. it used to take up 15 seconds can now be done in less than three. >> 2.5 seconds or less is easier for consumers, because they can insert the card, put it back into the wallet and bag their groceries, move out of the line, they can multitask. >> reporter: when this many people going through a line, it is important to keep things moving. that was the challenge at retail software company, tackle. with the company's new software, consumers do not have to wait for the items to be rung up before inserting or dipping
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their credit card. >> any time. get it in, and 2.5 seconds or left. >> reporter: and it's working. sarah owens is with new leaf community market. >> the new quick chip, it made the lines 13% faster from start to finish. >> reporter: and that takes us back outside to the front of the store, where i'm waiting for maureen. and? >> i counted, five seconds. >> reporter: it was five seconds. >> that was probably it took me that long to sign. >> is that right. >> twice as fast as it was. >> reporter: really? not many retailers have implemented the new technology, but over the next few month, you'll notice it rolling out. i'm michael finney. 7 on your side. tesla is planning a huge expansion. the electric car maker wants to build 4.6 million square feet, allowing the space to ramp up production to a half million cars per year and add 3,000
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workers. it will be devoted to the lower priced model, which is scheduled to start shipping at the end of next year. in concord, officers came to the rescue of a red tail hawk, distressed and unable to fly. with the help of a citizen, a police officer was able to put it in his patrol car and drove to the wildlife museum hospital where vets examined it. they found the hawk was injured and mal nourished and now making a slow recovery at the hospital. still to come, stopping the showdowns on mount diablo, and a new bid for peaceful coexistence. plus, cars broken into as well as stolen iphones. what may be a new spike in crime and it
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introducing "unicorn whispers." this should be the name. or something more like "golden gold." or maybe, "mmmmmm mmhmm." but, with 20% of your daily fiber, its actually fiber one. so delicious, it should have another name. good morning east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. good morning, and thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half with a look at the weather. here's lisa argen with more. >> good morning to you. it is really nice out there. still cool in spots, with temperatures ranging from the 40s and 50s for most. 59 in san francisco, 57 in san jose on the coast, 50 degrees. clear, 49 in fairfield. i want to update you on hurricane matthew. i shouldn't focus on the category or the landfall, but still looking at some very gusty
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winds. so the hurricane has passed south carolina, but we're still looking at 60 mile an hour wind gusts, with over a foot of rain, and now storm surge, five to seven feet, along with high tide. we're looking at significant flooding along the north and south carolina coastline, all day long. so although the storm has been downgraded to a category 1, it is still severe. lisa, thank you. the most popular state park in northern california is a little safer today, thanks in part to the abc 7 news i-team. reporter leslie brinkley has more on the details from mount diablo state park. >> reporter: on any given weekend day, 800 cyclists are trying to avoid each other on blind curves. more than 300 on the slopes to mount diablo. >> it is scary going up and down. scary watching them and on this road, narrow paths where the
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cliff is right next to you. >> reporter: last year, abc 7 news investigated hundreds of collision here, pressure from the media, politicians and petition yielded results now, a year later. state funding added double striped roads, and 251 new warning signs. >> we're seeing a better driving behavior, where the cars are actually not passing on blind curves. >> i really do think the double yellow lines in particular have made an impact on drivers. i see them hesitate more. >> reporter: she collided with a car last year and badly scraped and broke her shoulder, but still rides up on diablo. accidents are declining. other cyclists aren't so optimistic. >> a close call almost every couple of weeks that somebody does something really stupid. >> reporter: more is coming in the next few weeks, with new bike turnouts. >> they allow a cyclist pedaling
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uphill to allow a motorist to pass safely without driving into the wrong lane. >> reporter: all about attitude. sicyclists have to respect the >> chill out. give us a chance. >> reporter: leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. happening today, officials in santa clara county will hold a community meeting to provide loma fire victims with more information, it is 95% and holding at 4,500 acres. it has destroyed 12 homes and the fire has been burning for nearly two weeks. today's meeting will at loma ellen tree on summit road. starting at 10:00 this morning. new this morning, president obama hopes to continue strengthening the middle class. in his weekly address, the president talks about the wage growth over his eight years in office. he says thanks in part to the increase of the minimum wage, we've seen big boosts in income. significant progress, president
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obama says much more work needs to be done. >> making child care more affordable for example. making sure women are in equal pay for equal work. guaranteeing paid family and sick leave. that's how we'll build on the progress we've made over the past eight years. achieve one thing we should all agree on. securing a brighter future for all of our children. >> since taking office, the president says more than 15 million new jobs have been created. and the unemployment rate has been cut in half. a bay area woman known for her perseverance is known for the congressional record. betty soskin is the oldest national park service ranger, conducting tours at the rosie the riveter museum in richmond. congressman mark desoian presented her about a lifetime achievement certificate. >> it is overwhelming, but to the extent that i'm aware that i'm living in my final decade.
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>> and i wouldn't bet on it being your last decade, but whatever it is, we're going to appreciate you every second we have. >> thank you very much. >> soskin has received what she calls a parade of awards, including a presidential coin from president obama. the coin replaces one stolen from her over the summer when she was attacked and robbed in her richmond home. drive through flu shots, all to do is show up, roll down your window and roll up your sleeves. doctors say it is important to get a flu shot now before the end of the month. that's when the flu virus could start to appear. happening today, 40,000 books will be given away to kids and teens in daly city. each of them can get up to ten books for free. the event is put on by first books, a nonprofit organization that aims to provide disadvantaged children with books they may not otherwise have access to. the give away starts at 9:00
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this morning atwood row wilson elementary in daly city. runs until 3:00 or until all books are given out. the blue angels will be soaring over the bay area again today. abc 7 news was in san francisco as navy and air force planes perform aid spectacular show for fleet week yesterday. the parade of military ships is just as eye-catching and impressive. you can tour some of the ships starting at 9:00 this morning. get the full fleet week schedule on our abc 7 news app. as you know, fleet week always brings in a lot of tourists, so san francisco police have increased the number of officers on patrol this weekend. here is leann melendez with the story. >> we have passports, bag, and cellphones, cameras. >> reporter: in a matter of seconds, this family's life visiting from china was turned upside down, a victim of a smash and grab incident near the crooked section of lombard
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street. >> we just went for photos, like five minutes. everything happened so fast. >> lombard street, there was another window broken into. >> reporter: the community ambassadors who provide a safety presence say it is hard to keep this kind of crime away from these areas known for having tourists with expensive goods. the smash and grabs happen daily. >> on a bad day, like maybe five to ten. >> reporter: some tourists don't know how to protect their valuables. >> we're visitors here so we're not really into knowing the rules in the city. >> reporter: this happened as thousands of people are here for fleet week. sfpd says there will be more officers this weekend, patrolling those sensitive areas. >> every officer is going to be working in the city, so you're going see more of us out on patrol, on foot, on our bikes, on the motorcycle, out on the water. >> i've been here a lot of times. it has never happened before.
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>> first time. i'm really shocked. >> reporter: in san francisco, leann melendez, abc 7 news. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, marketing market street. meet the artists and tru entrepreneurs who want to make san francisco a designation location. first, a live look outside from the santa cruz camera. the sun is shining bright. lisa why let someone else have all the fun?
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the sometimes haphazard, never boring the why can't it smell like this all the time the learning the virtue of sharing why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road.
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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. the set we used to use to bring you the news everyday here on abc 7 now has a new home and couldn't be prouder. >> good evening, welcome to state of events, i'm andrew brock. >> and nicolette. it is used as sfsu for its weekly news program called "state of events." >> before we go, we would like to thank abc 7 for donating this new set. you are so welcome and we are happy that our old set has a new home. look at how high quality those pictures are. >> yeah, very high end. good for them. good morning, everyone. we're looking at slowly warming temperatures on the coast. you bottomed out to 46. right now 54. 59 in san
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61 in sanm mateao. johnny cado,
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warm-up on the way. changes later in the week. we're talking rain. lisa has more coming up. in sports, a full day of college football in the bay area. hawaii battles san jose state, home of the sparns. kick off is 1:30. washington state takes on stanford. kickoff is 7:30. if you're not going, you can watch it on espn. also tonight, game two of the nlds, jeff samardzija, wrigley field at 5:08. last night, another tight game as johnny cado and jon lester were locked in a pitcher's duel. good morning, everybody. after madison bumgardner, therm looking for johnny cado to deliver likewise in game one.
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cado and lester, locked up in a scoreless duel. who could score at all. a lone giants fan hoping for the best. a drive, deep to left center, have no fear, hernandez with a sliding catch. two out, buster posy, angel pagan, former a, let's it get by him, posy for some reason slowed up, not sure if he realized there were two outs. might have scored on the play. instead, we remain scoreless. sixth inning, cado, strikes out the side, finishes with 10k. where was this when the as needed it, after a hit, he set down 13 in a row. cado, one big mistake, and it is crushed by biaz bill murray loving it. top nine, two outs, chapman ends
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it, 1-0 cubs. jeff samardzija against hendricks in game two. >> we played well. we made some good defensive plays. you know, we got some guys out there early in the game and couldn't get a hit to finish it off. but great ball game. i expect these games to be like this. and you know, guys play great. they really did. >> former giants skipper, dusty baker and the nationals hosting dodgers, dodgers jumped out to a 4-0 lead, but strugless in the third, closed 4-3, but janson comes in and slams the door with a six out save and dodgers take the game. colin kaepernick's side on the sidelines may have more to do with his contract. he may get back on the field pretty soon.
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the nfl network is reporting that kap and the niners that would eliminate the injury clause that guarantees his contract. the new deal would be shorter, and allow kaepernick to opt out. if he turns into the kap of old, would he be free to hit the open market as a valuable commodity. with blaine gabbert struggling, chip kelly says every position is up for grab. >> just don't rule anything out is what i'm saying, okay. but i guarantee the headline is i didn't name this guy, the starter. i didn't name any starters for the buffalo game. that's what i'm saying. >> we shall see. that's a wrap on morning sports. have great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning to you. update you on hurricane matthew, a category 1, with winds of 75 miles an hour. when i came in at 4:00 in the
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morning, we still had 80 mile an hour wind gusts and lashing the carolina coast. we're looking at inland flooding now and last check of charleston, had sustained winds, 38 miles an hour and gusts still to 61 miles an hour. so it is the backside of this hurricane that really has the gusty winds. no trees, no friction here along the coast, so we're looking at lower pressure behind this system, and that's why we're getting the very, very gusty winds. it is a wall of water that continues to push inward. we're looking at double digit rainfall from georgia, south carolina, on top of a five to seven foot storm surge, and high tide. all within the next several hours. so this will continue to be the target area through the carolinas, tornado warnings here in north carolina, and then it continues to rainfall up through washington, d.c. as we look at the forecast track, it continues to move out to sea tomorrow. as for today, still very dicey, with a gusty winds, saturated
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soil. they will assess the damage later today. here, quiet morning, 55 in mountain view, 57, san jose, good morning, san a little cooling at the coast, but it will be nice and warm today, with a blue skies, tomorrow we're looking at a few high clouds and cooler conditions as that on shore flow, beach hazard, four to five feet. it will be, oh, maybe five to eight degrees cooler tomorrow. 80 degrees in san francisco. 82 yesterday. so today, the warmer day and with a few highs, and the wind
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shift, moving down four or five degrees just at the coast tomorrow. upper 80s, san daly city, north bay, look for 89, 83 vallejo, oakland, look at union city, 85. fremont, 86. head inland, low 90s. warmer than yesterday, and only going to last for a day. the accuweather seven-day forecast, cooling late today, fog returning, waking up to patchy fog tomorrow. columbus day should be comfortable and then by tuesday and wednesday, we're looking at mid 70s inland, 60s at the coast. chance of rain coming our way the end of the week. it looks more likely by next saturday, and that would really give us an about face from the
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90s and above average today. download the app. lots of advisories with hurricane matthew getting weaker as the hours progress. >> app always a handy tool. lisa, thank you. the street at the center of san francisco will be looking different for one more day. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom has more on the second chapper of an effort to pro he tow type the market street of the future. >> reporter: stop and reflect for a moment amid the mirrors of this inside out dance sued yo. >> -- studio. >> a lot of folks curious about what's going on. >> reporter: what's going on, the market street prototyping festival. >> we learned a lot from last year. >> reporter: designers were asked to build interact art that could be chosen for a permanent place on the wide sidewalks of market street. >> everyon who is out here today gets to come by and tell us what they think of it. >> as the sun moves throughout the sky, it changes.
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>> reporter: this one lights up. >> the day is nice, at night, it is the extra spark. you have like cherry on top of the ice cream. >> reporter: this one is all about the ears. >> if you put your hand on top -- >> reporter: and how about a lunchtime vacation for your nose. >> the first thing everyone says, it smells so good. >> reporter: for all the designers, the real mark of success isn't how they change the look of market street but the behavior of people passing by. >> it is fun. it is fun. i want to eat these herbs. i want to read some poetry. >> reporter: headed out for a burrito, they got sidetracked. is it the future of market street? >> i hope so. >> just walking down a busy street smiling, engaging with each other, you see people talking that would never otherwise speak to one another. that's the beginning of what we need in society. >> reporter: and the beginning of a new market street. as the city prepares to redesign its main thoroughfare in two
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years. >> it should be so much more than a place to move through. it should be a place to be. >> reporter: in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. next, an annual race on the east coast, with husband and wife teams competing in the wife carrying cham
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welcome back everyone. here are the winning numbers from $40 million mega millions drawing.
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24, 37, 42, 50, 65, the mega number 14. nobody picked all six. tuesday's night goes up to $41 million. happening today, the north american wife carrying championship is taking place this morning. thousands of spectators in maine are watching 50 men race in an obstacle course with hurdles, sand traps, all while holding their wives on their back. the winner gets cash equal to five times the wife's weight, plus her weight in beer. the winner will be entered into the world championship, which will be in finland next summer. i still can't believe there a world championship for that. >> cave man. good morning, everybody. we're looking at a beautiful shot from santa cruz, 57 degrees. gilroy is at 56. 65 in oakland. golden gate bridge, clear, sunny skies, 61 degrees in concord. highs today ranging from 80 at the coast, that's right, to the upper 80s in the south bay, 90s
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inland. this is what happens in a week. can't wait. we have to show it to you. brings in rain for the bay area maybe a tenth, two tenths, way to early to say. enough to look forward to. accuweather forecast, 90s inland, 70s to 80s at the coast and sea breeze returning late today, the fog will be back tomorrow. >> for now, a beautiful day in the bay area. >> yeah. lisa, thank you. that does it for us. i'm chris nguyen, alongside lisa argen. a whole day of college football on abc 7 today. notre dame takes on north carolina state. byu takes on michigan state. a special edition of abc 7 news at 4:00, and then florida state and miami. that's followed by cash creek after the game with larry beil. the news continues online on twitter, facebook and instagram. thanks again for choosing abc 7 news. make it a great day, everybody.
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