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gamma. live doppler 7 showing spotty showers. we'll find out how long this rain will last. wet weather mess, slick roads and sliding hills. a run to remember. an honor for a local victim of gun violence. well, we heard the pitter-patter of rain drops today. it brought problems to the bay area. i'm eric thomas. some areas are in the clear now, but wore not done with the rain just yet. started this morning and we were on 101 in larkspur where a quick downpour made for tricking driving conditions and then we were in burl game where the
ballpark was deserted. and let's head outside live right now. you see the towering clouds right there from our sutro camera, but are we getting a break from the rain? we have live team storm watch coverage with a look at problems. first drew tuma has a look at the wet spots. >> widespread rain this morning brought is soaking across the region and now dealing with spotty showers. we have the tail end of the storm system into the north bay. the heaviest of the rain right now just to the north of santa rosa but a smattering of light showers. richmond, san pablo, light sprinkles and san francisco, one cell just skirting the richmond and sunset district at this hour and around redwood city, you do notice one lone downpour has developed along the peninsula. morning rainfall, a little lighter in the south bay but we
have another system on the eels otherwise this one ask this one is moving in for halloween. we'll traumatic about what that means in the full forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you. the chp took to social media to urge people to slow down on those wet streets. the oakland office sent this tweet showing an influx of calls about road flooding and traffic accidents. cornell bernard is live in san francisco. you ran into a number of weather-related problems? >> reporter: it's been quite a day. top toppleed trees. car accidents. the rain mass moved out but the san francisco skyline just appearing through the crowds. a lot of people the storm brought headaches. the storm made a miss in lock lan hills. mudslide, rock and debris slowing the drive. another slide brought down this tree and oakland's shepherd
canyon. >> i didn't believe it when i saw it. >> reporter: in san rafael fire crews removed a large tree limb. >> ill see these trees every day and i know they're not the best of shape. but i never thought of one falling on my truck. >> reporter: his german shepherd, max, was trapped inside the truck for a time. max was fine, happy to be free. >> dog seems fine. dog is pretty tough. >> reporter: the golden gate, more like the stormy gate. rain was keeping drivers on alert. slick roads are blamed for this six-car pileup on 280. the accident sent several people to the hospital, including a woman and her baby. one driver said cars hydroplaned on the road. the wrecks snarl el traffic. later the rain moved out as new storm clouds rolled in from the
pacific. cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> it was a real mixed bag of weather in san francisco. we were on the embarcadero we the city got a soaking. the wet weather didn't keep some from getting in a morning job or prevent tourists from checking out the sites. some even enjoyed the rain, like a couple visiting from texas. >> just loving it. couldn't be better. happy to to be here. >> later the rain stopped and the clouds parted. bring something sun to san francisco. you can check live doppler 7 anytime and track the rain with the abc news app. enable push alerts and we'll send breaking updates to fourown or tablet. hayward police shot and wounded man they say used an rv as a weapon gem then and rammed several cars. damaged vehicles were towed away from the scene. police responded to an emergency call from a park ranger. when they got there they say man was in the rv heading towards
the officers and people at a nearby party. several officers opened fire. this suspect is expected to survive. a woman died in a shooting just before midnight in west oakland. it happened on 34th and helen street. last night a map was shot near the coliseum. he is expected to survive. police have made no arrests in either case. tomorrow, the oakland police department will welcome its newest class of recruits but with recent sex scandals and arrests there, this group will be much smaller than previous academies. our media partner, the east bay times, reports the department is changing the way it hires and trains officers inch less than one year eight officers were arrested for a variety of crimes. the mayor promised to investigate the department's hiring process. the case rocked local law enforcement agencies but some women say having sex with cops for money is nothing new in the bay area. >> there are times some of these girls are manipulated mentally to the point where they have no
choice. >> abc7 news spends the night on international boulevard in oakland. the stories of some of these self-identified sex workers tonight on abc7 news at 11:00. now to your voice, your vote. a new development in hillary clinton e-mail scandal. abc news hays confirmed federal officials now have a warrant needed to start reviewing new e-mails that the fbi revealed on friday. mary bruce is in florida with the latest. >> reporter: with just nine days left in the race for the white house, a full court press. >> love trumps hate. >> hillary clinton in florida, rushing from brunch to church to a rally in concert. >> a lot of noise and disextraction but really comes down to what kind of future we want. and who as our president can help us get there. >> reporter: the democratic nominee eager to change the narrative about the renewed fbi investigation into her private e-mail server, rival, donald trump, turning into it an attack
line jurassic hillary has nobody but herself to blame. she lied to coming under oath. she lied to the fbi many times. >> reporter: while the candidates take their messan on the road their surrogates are on tv. clinton's aide going after the fbi director james comey demanding he release more information about the e-mail, calling the letter to congress vague and short on facts. >> extremely puzzling. why release information that is so incomplete when you haven't even seen the material yourself. i think he owes the mesh public more information. >> reporter: trump's campaign chief saying this helps her boss. >> i think issues like this where people are reminded she has put the national security at risk for her personal reasons i troubling for her are robert report as the controversy rages both candidates are trying to rally as much support as possible. with early voting underway in many states, nearly 20 million americans have already cast their ballots.
mary bruce, abc news, foam florida. >> we have a fool tool kit of voting resources to help you prepare for election day, click on the your voice your vote election guide you'll get a comprehensive resource showing your candidates and measures on now ballot. >> an out of control car slammed into a restaurant in san francisco. it went off broadway at 6:30 a.m. and crashed into a chinese restaurant and ended up on the sidewalk. several parked cars were damaged. the 49ers are denying new claims that taxpayers' money is being spent on levi's stadium. earlier this week the santa clara mayor says the organization is not cooperating with an audit and refusing to opportunity over reports whether the stadium funding is coming from a general fund. a 49 spokesman says the mayor's accusations are -- funds are flowing into the general fund from the stadium.
>> luge cass' plan to move a museum on to tour island has received a boost. the museum would hold lucas' collections of illustrations and graphic art. kim says admission would be free and lucas would fun the project. two years ago the presidio trust rejected a bid by the filmmaker to build it at crissy field. next, vow from italy's prime minister after the earthquake. tonight we're getting a better idea of the damage and prayers answered as survivors are found in the ruins. turning tragedy into an opportunity in the east bay. how the family of shooting victim i
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to developing news and a vow from italy's prime minister to rebelled everything after a quake there. a 6.6 magnitude quake struck italy. the earthquake caused damage in a city already hit by deadly earthquake in august, and just wednesday, aftershocks left thousands homeless. today's earthquake damaged historic churches. emergency responder's age to rescue a group of nuns. there are no casualties following today's quake. a race was held today to honor kate steinle, the woman killed last year on san francisco's embarcadero. we were at main street in downtown pleasanton. protests will help athletes with special challenges, a cause close to steinle's heart.
>> we wanted to find a way to memorialize kate, and give back and do something positive, and it's been an amazing event. something that we can do year after year to remember kate. >> an undocumented immigrant is accused of shooting steinle on peer 14 in july of 2015. her family is hoping the race, dubbed good for your soul, will become an annual event. ahead, when every moment matters. learn how a peninsula man's near death experience could one day help save other lives. >> i'm meteorologist drew tuma, the steadiest of the rain is out of here. dealing with scattered showers before another storm moves in for your monday. >> now here's a look at what is ahead on world news at 5:30. >> good evening. coming up, hillary clinton versus the fbi. we have the latest from the investigation. also, the airport rampage, a man pull ought machete at the tsa line and it's all caught on
a napa native and astronauts are safely back on earth. a russian space capsule landed yesterday afternoon and they returned to earth after nearly four months in space. the vessel reached 514-miles-an-hour before the parachutes and retrorockets slowed them down, rubens was the first person ever 0 sequence dna in space. more than 250 people learned how to save lives on the peninsula today. we were in burlingame as central county firefighters taught the group cpr. the session was inspired by a burlingame resident who suffered a heat attack. his 14-year-old daughter saved his life when she gave him cpr. >> he kind of started coughing really bad, really hard.
we were like, dad, are you okay? then we look over and he was passed out. so i didn't really think and i kind of just started chest compressions. >> the training session focused on adult cpr and the use of external defibrillator. >> a surprise before the onpour in the east bay. some rainbow weather this morning and that is a great way to start the day. the rainbow was spotted in oakland. >> a wet start to sunday. many areas right now are dry but still some scattered showers are dotting the region. live doppler 7 showing you the heaviest of the rain well north of santa rosa, we'll go in tighter on doppler 7, just a peppering of showers in sauce lead to, orinda, and bay view district. going closer into the south, around san mateo, millbrae, and this is the theme of the evening. just some hit or miss showers,
not widespread rain like we saw earlier this morning. into the sierra we go. yes, we're get something snow. unfortunately we have some issues on 80 and 50, chains required at this hour. you can see why. tracking some flakes right now. so far around lake level, two inches of snow and more likely over the coming hours. you guys were out in full force taking pictures of the storm. we had tons of rain but i'm such a sucker for rainbow pictures. this one from henry to my twitter page, a rainbow in san n mateo. if you take a picture of the weather you see, #"abc7now" and throw it on social media. current temperatures, limit evidence sunshine, felt cal. 65-felt cool. we have rain in santa rosa and rain-cooled with a temperature of 59. hour by hour you notice 7:00 we're still tracking isolate showers and back on air
tonight at 11:00 and likely be tracking an isolated shower on doppler. overnight tonight it feels cool, upper 40s to mid-50s. the starting temperatures on your monday. so the halloween forecast, hour-by-hour, little fog in the morning. by noon, overcast and cool. then in the afternoon, into the evening, we are tracking scattered showers moving through. so bring back the storm impact scale. the next storm tomorrow is light, one, scatters showers and very light rainfall. the issue is the timing of the system is coming in the evening when a lot of us will be trying to get the candy. mid-day, cloud cover, mainly dry. into the afternoon, first that the north bay will likely see she showers. glasgow the -- going through the evening hours, 6:00 and anyone is fair game for a shower, and then the system will sink to the south. would it cancel my trick-or-treating plans? no, because getting candy is
awesome. but have your umbrella with you. the accuweather forecast, tomorrow we have the evening showers, a one on the storm impact scale. tuesday, lingering sprinkle but die in the afternoon. wednesday, type fall day. partly cloudy. sunny and mild friday and then chance of wet weather saturday night and sunday, and sunday, daylight saving time ended. move your clock back. >> not are you one heck of a forecaster you have a direct phone line to somebody important. >> she heard me. >> just find that pot of gold at the bottom when we take a look at sports. >> the raiders found a pot of gold in tampa. setting an inflame record 23 penalties for 200 yards but derrick carr and seth roberts ended the misery in
the raiders ended the two-week florida trip in tampa with an overtime victory. a franchise record 23 penalties for 200 yards made this game closer than it should heave been. third quarter, dereck carr for the touchdown catch. carr, 513 yards, four tds, 34 yards to cooper. he had a career high 12 catches,
173-yard. 17-10 oakland. late fourth, tampa caps off a drive. on the two-point conversion raiders had nine guys on the field. 24-17 bucs. raiders respond. carr to rivera. tying the game at 34. when the got the ball back, sea bass, 50 yards for the win, way left. also missed a 52-yarder in overtime. luckily did not cost oakland. 1:55 left. 4th and 4. carr to segue roberts and the kid slips between two defenders, 41-yard, first time since '77 the raiders are 5-0 on the road. >> such a long way to go as a team. to -- we see the end goal in sight. what we want to team to look like. just not there yet. we have long way to go and will keep working.
>> speaking of four td perform yeps, tom brady did that against the bills. patriots all-time leader now with 69 tds. 41-25 road victory. 49ers their bye, the nest opponented ins new orleans, hosting seattle. seahawks ran one, in two seconds left, hawks down five. the russell will son pat caught but he's out of bounds. saints improve to 3-4, they'll be at levis levi's stadium next. >> the warriors trying to fine themselves with six new members on the roster. there's a team u.s.a. fan. steph had he warriors' points. but ten turnovers and poor shooting led to a 22-2 suns run. green, bad has, leads to the layin.
durant, heats up in the second. 15 of his 19 in the first half. them jumper with one shoe. dubs down just 2 at the half. 5755. steph in foul trouble. and then durant knocks down the jumper. finally the bench contributes. iguodala to green for the two-handed james. 81-78, dubs after three. fourth quarter. right now warriors lead. four minutes left in the fourth. from the raiders, warriors and the rest of the nfl at 6:00 p.m. i hope toughie you then. >> up next, this is either a last minute costume or a gorilla last minute costume or a gorilla who remember this guy? last minute costume or a gorilla who he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives.
at 6:00 an aban don't airport in northern california is raided. and donald trump back on the attack, this time focusing on bay area companies. 10,000 people celebrated halloween with the animals. the san francisco zoo shared pictures from this weekend's boo at the zoo. animals chowed down on a pumpkin treat. lisa amin gulezian was one of the judges. adorable. that's it for abc7 news at 5:00. thank you for your time. thank you for joining us. see you again at 6:00.
welcome to "world news tonight." nine days until the election, and hillary clinton taking on the fbi. demanding to know details of the new line of investigation. polls across the country tightening. as donald trump is already convicting her. >> this is bigger than watergate. >> we have the latest from the fbi. disaster zone. italy, rocked again. ancient towns collapsing. rescues under way. tonight, we take you inside the country's worst earthquake in decades. fire on the runway. passengers escaping from the burning jet. plumes of black smoke overhead. new details on why parts of the engine ended up half a mile away. machete attack. an airport rampage. a man unleashing a