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it's time to vote yes on proposition 55. get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. good morning, everyone. it is saturday, november 5th. here's lisa tracking the conditions where you live. >> hey, chris, good morning to you from the sutro tower camera, you can see some fog creating some problems around the coast. it is a chilly 49 degrees in mountain view. san jose, sfo, no delays, mostly sunny skies, low 40s, with 44 in the east bay. looking at the golden gate bridge, looks clear now, but increasing clouds in the north bay, fog along the coast, low 60s to 70s and we're tracking this, a weather system, a one on the storm impact scale.
that means a light system. i'll detail where the rain will fall and when in just a few minutes. >> lisa, thank you. east bay this morning, police are investigating a shooting that left ten people injured in downtown oakland. it happened around 12:15 outside the vinyl nightclub near 14th and broadway. police say as many as three gunmen were involved. media partner, east bay times reports the shooting was a result of the dispute at the club and that the victims ages range from 17 to 28 years old. police say several people were taken to the hospital. many are in stable condition. no arrests have been made. a man and a woman are under arrest in connection to the death of a woman who was found dead in a park on thursday. the body of 21-year-old karla ramona was found. >> reporter: friends and family gathered at her home all evening, a friend who used to
work with her at a local fast food restaurant, came to pay his respects. he says he also knows one of the suspects. >> i know the girl actually. she used to work with us at kfc. it shocks me because how can a coworker do that to another coworker. >> named laura rogers, although the d.a. has not released the name of the suspect, abc 7 has learned laura roger was booked on murder charges. karla's body was found around noon in oakland. investigators say karla had been badly beaten, stabbed and burned. her family has been distraught since she disappeared earlier this week. >> karla's sister says this has been awful for all of them, especially watching her parents in pain. she was in the sheriff's explorer program, and has known her for three years. >> it is difficult, probably one of the hardest things i've had
to deal with. >> reporter: investigators say they don't believe her connection to the sheriff's department was part of a motive in her murder. sergio quintana, abc 7 news. three days until election day, and beyonce and jay z were with hillary clinton in cleveland. while donald trump hit the stump in pennsylvania. both candidates are in marathon mode in battleground states still up for grabs. cornell bernard has more. ♪ >> reporter: beyonce creating the wow factor for hillary clinton, a get out the vote, all three sharing a moment backstage. backup dancers danced to impress. >> didn't you love the pantsuits? i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or anybody else. >> reporter: crisscrossing
battleground states, down to the wire and down to every last vote. >> thank you, new hampshire. get out and vote. >> reporter: trump, trying to pry the granite state into his call rerminding crowds he is an outsider. >> we are going to drain the swamp. >> reporter: hillary clinton was in pennsylvania, pleading for undecided voters. >> it is not as important they think of voting for me, as it is that they think for voting for themselves. >> reporter: clinton drawing on her reservices, fanning ought across the map. vice-president biden in wisconsin, and president obama in north carolina. >> her name is hillary clinton and i need you to vote for her. >> planning to hit three states, his children campaigning for him. a new tracking poll shows hillary clinton picking up momentum, 47-43%, but still, a neck in neck race.
cornell bernard, abc 7 news. donald trump visits florida, north carolina, nevada and colorado today. and superstar lebron jame also appear at an event in cleveland for hillary clinton tomorrow. in las vegas, so many people wanted to vote last night, the county had to extend early voting hours. jorge silva tweeted these photos from a packed super market. he said it looked like that the entire night. there are reports that the fbi and homeland security are looking into threats of a possible al qaeda attack on the day before election day. the threat mentions new york, virginia, and texas, but doesn't give any specific information on the targets. the feds are also concerned about potential cyber attacks on election day that could take down the machines that have the results. we have a tool to help you prepare. click on the icon, "your vote
your voice." you'll get a comprehensive resources on the candidates and measures on your local ballot. 8:05 is our time, university of san francisco and former camp counselor has been arrested, accused of uploading child porn from his dorm room. he had 600 images and videos, many of them showing children as young as three yars old. he worked at camp winthra. abc 7 news was in oakland, as hundreds of people marched in solidarity with a protest in north dakota last night. that's where a $3.7 billion pipeline project is being built. members of the standing rock sioux nation, and protesters wanted to bring attention to it. >> this is a case of environmental racism. to the degree. people around the country are
posing this on all levels of society. >> this week, the president suggested rerouting the pipeline. the army corps of engineers will make the final decision. a san francisco police officer who was nearly killed after being shot in the head is back home this morning. a mentally ill man shot kevin downs three weeks ago. yesterday, he visited the terville police station. tweeting this picture with him and his fellow officer. earlier yesterday, the sheriff and deputies from santa clara county visited him at valley medical center in san jose. >> he is an amazing spirits, and he is working hard to get back to 100%. so he could return to the san francisco police department. that's his intention. >> downs is still partially paralyzed in his right leg, and continue with daily physical therapy at home. days to go until election day, south bay mayor says he is
worried about voter fraud. katie marzullo has the story. >> reporter: former mayor got unexpected mail ahead of the election in june. >> i received a ballot for my mother, who had passed away about a year before, and also from my son, who moved away about a year before as well. >> reporter: he says the register voter office said to write "deceased" and send them back in. he got them again, making him wonder about voter fraud. >> i'm nervous if hy been so increased, i could have voted three times this year. >> impossible says the register for voters. >> 100% are hand checked. it is not computer checked. we check them by hand. what we're doing is verifying the person's signature on their registration form, there is no registration form against the signature on the vote by mail envelope. if it doesn't match, it doesn't get counted. >> reporter: he says questionable signature res viewed by three employees, one
is forensically trained. katie marzullo, abc 7 news. 8:08 is the time. you're tracking fog. >> especially at the coast. no wind at all. that's aiding in the cool down. in fact, we're talking 40s and 50s right now. warmer in san francisco, at 5. 44 in livermore. so we're a degree to 11 degrees cooler. we've got fog, cooler temperatures, maybe some rain in the offing the i'll have your forecast next. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, you'll see more local crab in stores. how some people are already getting a head start. plus, the local school that's getting national attention. see what they do differently at a marin county elementary school that makes students smarter and teachers happier.
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a former ucf surgeon is charged with illegal narcotic prescriptions. police arrested christopher owens on thursday, after a five month investigation. was a faculty member at the university's san francisco va medical center. the university fired him this week and released this statement. ucf stakes this incident seriously and urges its entire clinical staff to be alert for opioid misuse and to report any
such suspicions. prosecutors say they'll only charge one person in connection with the sex scandal that has affected law enforcement in the bay area the charge is now just a misdemeanor. the d.a.'s office has investigated this case for seven months. in other departments, officers face charging, including seven in al media county. some of them are felonies. the d.a. said that's not the case in this case. >> based on ms. abusalin's own words, she was over 18, those sexual interactions were consensu consensual. >> the misdemeanor charges for a retired oakland police captain now in his 80s, prosecutors say he paid for sex and will be charged with soliciting a prostitute. a skimmer device was found at a gas station in uncorporated mill valley. a gas station employee noticed it on thursday, sheriff's
officials say it was put there sometime during the night. skimmer devices are used to steal credit card numbers and personal information. some use bluetooth technology so they can access it remotely. there are so many great schools in the san francisco bay area. but not everyone, every school is acknowledged by the u.s. department of education. on tuesday, sun valley elementary in san rafael will be honored. leann melendez tells us what makes them great. >> reporter: you know when a school is located on happy lane, there is a good chance things are probably going well for students and teachers. >> we never want to stop learning and growing. that makes it an exciting place to be. >> reporter: in the case of sun valley elementary, school life is going so well, they'll soon receive a blue ribbon. the blue ribbon is the highest achievement for any school. this year, the u.s. department of education will award blue
ribbons to 279 public schools nationwide. the school hasn't reinvented the wheel. it just knows what works for all kids, teachers and parents know not all kids learn the same way. >> make sure we throw really broad net of academic achievement, so that if a child cannot access the content in one way, they're provided many opportunities to be able to access the content in a variety of ways. >> reporter: teachers communicate professionally with each other to discuss how each child can excel. volunteers put in 100 hours a week to help students with their work. in some cases, students want someone to read with. but perhaps one of the things that sets sun valley apart is their mindfulness program, to reduce stress and learn how to relax. >> they use their mindfulness strategy to help them be calm and make good choices. >> i think it is really cool. because it helps people feel to
take breaths so they can be calm and so they'll have that for their whole life. >> reporter: the award they'll receive shows the little school that could finally did. in san rafel, abc 7 news. abc 7 was in san leandro as dozens helped fix up a park at grover cleveland park. the previous playground was 25 years old. it is based on a design created by children and have creative thinking. it is a nonprofit that has opened more than 16,000 playgrounds nationwide. stiet wildliate wildlife ofe putting a dungeness crab today, and commercial crab begins on november 15th. it should hit local stars not long after that. a toxin last year delayed the
season for several months. this year's cooler temperature and steady rain are good news for crab fisherman. >> some elevated levels in ma written county, but not so much they're recommending a closure this year. so recreational season will open. >> health officials are eating the crabs internal organs, often considered a delicacy. it can contain deadly toxins. your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> we have fog at the coast, also in the north bay, live doppler 7 shows you right here around half moon bay, less than a quarter mile visibility, also up in petaluma, oakland, pretty good, a little haze, but live doppler 7 picking up on a week frontal band that will sink south throughout the bay area through the overnight hours. today, cooler with onshore pus and then increase in clouds. live look outside, you'll notice
we have a little fog here. there is the golden gate, 50 in san jose, gilroy, good morning, just 44. with the fog, 48 degrees at the coast. so here is emeryville, a picture for you, sorry about that, concord, any where from about a degree to 7 degrees cooler from oakland right along the coast. so maybe you're feeling the change, and you will, because yesterday, temperatures were well into the 7 oh 0s. the flag will be blowing. it will be bringing us a cooler weekend and the showers a right tonight. mild fall weather returns tomorrow. we have a high surf advisory tonight, and the waves are pretty big, any where from 10 to 13 feet now with the westerly swell up to 15 feet right on through tomorrow. so pretty dangerous out there, but we'll have a good deal of fog at the coast. some increase in clouds later in the afternoon, but for the most
part, palo alto, the game, night game at cal, numbers will be in the 60s, but m6 0z return to sa francisco. low 60s if you're headed to civic park, jessica castro, grab the jacket. storm impact later on tonight with a one in the north bay. it will feature the rain, focus from marin, napa, through the overnight hours, it will stall north of parts of marin county, so some of you may not seen rain at all, even in san francisco or the south bay. so here it is, one, two, 3:00 in the morning, really falling apart. and by tomorrow morning, waking up to mist and drizzle and the amounts, barely there. 0.1 newspaper oakland, but maybe up to 0.5. the seven-day forecast, featuring the mild temperatures, east bay and south bay today.
one on the storm impact scale, giving us a chance of showers, mainly in the north bay, and cooler both today and tomorrow for most of you, but then look for more sunshine and warmer conditions. we hate to see that. october was so good to us. by the end of the week, we could see increasing clouds and showers. it has been pretty foggy out there. let's get push alerts. you know how to do it, download the app and you won't miss out. >> we'll be getting some sun in the week. that will be nice. just ahead, the 49ers will honor a three star general on the field at levy
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>> reporter: using it with other people's money. >> i give her cash and pay the bill. she pockets my money, and uses her card for points. you get it? >> reporter: i do. now do you? remember, paying in cash is so old school. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. three star marine corps general will take center stage. lieutenant general rex mcmillian will be the military personnel. mcmillian viltsed yesterday and we asked for his perspective on colin kaepernick's protests. >> colin ckaepernick is a great citizen and we love him to death. we don't necessarily agree with him, but we'll fight to the death to defend his right to express his opinion. >> tomorrow's game will have extra meaning for mcmillian. he grew up in clear lake, a die hard 49ers fan. >> i go back to gene washington and frank nunnally, and john
brody days, and so i grew with up 49ers. >> and in another twist, the game is against the saints, and mcmillan now lives in new orleans. it is 8:26, this used charlotte may one day give rise to micro apartments. according to the real estate socket sight, they want to build units that would measure fewer than 200 square feet, enough space for a microwave, pull-down murphy bed and the sink on the top of a toilet. still to come on abc 7 mornings, after missing for two months, a south carolina woman found alive, chained in a container. could there be more victims. plus the danger shoppers face that the feds found in san jose.
>>announcer: good morning south bay. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. so great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. we are starting this half hour with the weather. here's lisa argen and lisa, we're waking up to low clouds this morning. >> that's right. you can see them here from the plive picture. it is so pretty out there for mount tam, you can see the sunlight and haze out there. 5 in the city, 50 in the city. this vantage point, sutro, you can see a little patchy fog. it is along the coast, parts of
the north bay. mid 40s in livermore, chilly for everyone. by this afternoon, sunny and mild. east bay, south bay, north bay, increasing clouds along the coast, we'll see fog, as much as 10 degrees cooler. everyone will cool down through the second half of the weekend and maybe add in a few rain drops. lisa, thank you. in south carolina, new information revealed in the case of a rescued woman. she was held captive phon months, chained inside a storage container. police returned to the scene yesterday and discovered human remains. the suspect, a realtor was in court. authorities say this may not be the end. >> reporter: the grizzly find in the south carolina woods, an unidentified body and the search for more victims. convicted sex offender, todd kohlhepp appearing in court. >> kidnapping. >> reporter: charged in the kidnapping of kala brown, held captive for two months, just rescued from a shipping
container on his property. >> she witnessed the defendant shoot charles david carver. >> reporter: brown telling police her boyfriend, who disappeared with her in late august, was killed at the hand of the suspect. police zeroed in after chasing brown's cell phone pings to a nearby tower. they heard banging during a search of kohlhepp's property. she was found inside a second metal crown, chained by the neck and ankle. she recently cleaned homes for the real estate agent. the suspect's mother said just shoot me, that's all i can say. i'm so, so sorry. i just can't believe this. >> he has not entered a plea in this case, but the sol is tore said he was convicted as a teenager of kidnapping and raid. abc 7, woodruff, south carolina. new this morning, republican presidential candidate, donald trump, is talking about his plan to move our country in a new
direction. in the weekly republican address, trump discussed what he'll do in his first 100 days as president if elected. that includes creating millions of new jobs and rebuilding the military. trump says this isn't just a campaign, but a movement to return the power to the american people. >> i'm asking for your vote. your help in electing a republican majority in congress. so that we can finally change this broken system and make america great again, and when i say great, i mean great for everyone. >> trump says as president, he wants to bring real change the american people deserve. on the democratic side, president obama discusses open enrollment for health insurance. in his weekly addresses, he said the uninsured rate is the lowest it has been and health care prices have been going up slowly. he credits the affordable care act for bringing 20 million adults to have health insurance. >> it was to make sure more
people have better coverage. insurance is based on the idea that we're all in it together. that's what makes it work. it is the same idea that always made america great. >> open enrollment season ends on january 31st. if you sign up by december 15th, you'll be covered by the beginning of the year. more bad news for samsung. they've been reeling from exploding cellphones, now 2.8 samsung washing machines have been recalled. 700 reported cases of samsung top loading washers coming apart when operated at a high speed. the tops are blowing off and endangering consumers. >> i do the laundry in my family. i've got two young boys. this would scare the heck out of me, which is why we hope they take advantage of the recalls. >> 34 different models sold since 2011, is if you have one in your home, you're eligible for a free in home repair kit,
rebate for a new washer. in the south bay there are new details regarding a san jose woman who was busted for selling fake makeup to unsuspecting customers. a story you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> reporter: piece by piece, these counterfeit cosmetics was a portion of what was confiscated on halloween. >> shameful and too bad that somebody has to resort to something like that. >> reporter: special agents with u.s. immigration and custom enforcement investigations team said the woman, who has not been identified, had been selling fake makeup and hairstyling products for several months, coming from an exporter in asia. >> we target those organizations that are involved in the global trafficking of counterfeit goods, because of the threat that it poses, both to the u.s. consumer and to u.s. industries. >> reporter: abc 7 news spoke exclusively to special agent in
charge, jeffrey brannagan about the case. >> there is a potential for health or safety risk, because we don't know what chemicals and products are used. >> reporter: yet for unsuspecting customers, the counterfeit goods seem to be legit. >> you can tell sometimes when it is fake, but for this, it looked exactly the same, the same packaging. >> reporter: upon closer inspection, you can tell something is off. the santa clara county district attorney's office is determine fg charge also be filed. >> talk about a rash, i mean, could you break out, get into your pores, and that's really dangerous. >> the total value of the seized products could be worth to $100,000. happening today, a ribbon cutting ceremony will introduce four new electric trolleys in downtown walnut creek, the latest in technology for the most energy efficient systems
thaechl run between walnut creek bart station and broadway plaza and be free to the public. the ceremony starts at 10:00 this morninger for the arts plaza. a two-year-old boy dubbed little boy blue is meeting with university of california police today. aidan and his mother, missy, have been handing out cards to law enforcement around the bay area this is video of them back in july when they were in san leandro. police officers outfitted him with gear, just in case one day aidan decides to become an officer. together, the two of them have thanked officers everywhere. still ahead, on abc 7 mornings, they're walking the streets to get a food in the door. techies on something like a pub crawl, but the prize is connections instead of cocktails. we'll have that. plus, here is a live look outside this morning, from the golden gate bridge camera. not much breeze in the air. you can see the drivers are getting an early start to the day, as they make their way to and from marin county.
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the grand opening at is 10:00 this morning. san francisco city hall is looking more colorful this weekend. tower camera last night, showing the building lit up in red, white and blue, reminding people to vote. election day is tuesday, but if you live in san francisco, can you vote early at city hall today and tomorrow. from 10:00 until 4:00. 8:40 is the time and so much going on in the bay area today, including football tonight. cal versus washington at 7:30. >> we're not looking at rain tonight. tomorrow night, actually overnight, could be some shower activity in the north bay, and right now, you may feel the change in the air, with some high clouds, cooler temperatures, and very little wind. we're down to 50 degrees in oakland, 44 in livermore. we'll track those increasing clouds and the chance of showers in just a few minutes. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, a quick reality check in los angeles with the
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with a break like this, we could dowhichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard. good morning, everyone. here is a live look outside from santa cruz, a great view to wake up on this saturday morning. we'll get the coastal temperatures and the forecast from lisa argen coming up in a bit. we have new details in the shooting outside the vinyl nightclub in downtown oakland. a total of eight people were
injured, including two suspects, who have been arrested in connection to the shooting. both suspects are men, ages 17 and 21. we've been told that they are in stable condition. the other six victims are four women and two men, they range in age from 17 to 28. of those victims, five are in stable condition. one is in critical. our media partner, the east bay times, reports the shooting was a result of a dispute at the club. in sports, both cal and stanford are at home today against pac-12 rivals, the cardinals face oregon state at the farm kickoff. 12:30 p.m. tonight, washington battles cal at memorial stadium. if you're not going that game, you can watch it on our sister network, espn. as for basketball, the warriors wouldn't be back in action until monday, and yesterday they were hoping extend their winning streak. here's larry beil with more in this morning's sports report. good morning, everybody.
after clobbering okc on thursday night in a highly emotional game, the war yoriors headed so. this is an easy win, right? >> lay jaup on the court, diffet story. luke and steph, hey, what's up. i'm about to beat you. dubs in trouble early. david west, palmed his head with one hand and dunked with the other. are you serious? that is cold. dubs down 15. they make a run, steph inside, dishing to clay for 3, a rare 3, lead cut. steph, half court lob to kevin durant. fourth quarter, clay, pocket pick from behind by lou williams, all the way for the flush. laker lead backup to 13. williams had 20 off the bench. they outscored the dubs by 30. the lakers stunned the warriors,
117-97. there was a milestone in this game. steph curry had hit a three in 157 consecutive games. but this was brick house. the streak ends here. steph, 0-10 from deep. as a team golden state, 5-32 from downtown. 16%. in college football today, stanford hosts oregon state and cal goes for the upset of number five, washington. that's a night game in berkeley. first 10,000 fans will get marshawn lynch bobble heads. very cool. friday night football, san jose at boise. the spartans haven't beaten a team on the road since 1980. hang anything theing in there, . touchdown to rashard johnson, down 15-13. but broncos get a score before the half, open it up in the third, the screen to cedric wilson, the broncos romp, 45-31.
108 years of waiting does bring out the crowds. the cubs victory parade like nothing we've seen before. wall to wall people for miles and miles. usually you see about a million people with these kind of celebrations, but the estimate on this one was 5 million cubs fans, packed the parade route. that's the seventh largest gathering in human history. manager, joe maddon, addressed the masses, saying thanks for your patience. you wait a century, thanks for your patience. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend. your accuweather forecast, with lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. couple features, first, some fog along the san mateo coast. visibility less than a quarter of a mile. and now the fog out towards the
delta. but we're also looking at a weak incoming system that will allow for perhaps a few overnight sprinkles, mist and drizzle, maybe some showers. we'll track it hour by hour, but i want to take you outside and check out this haze here, with our east bay hills camera, it is 50 in oakland, as well as san jose, looking at 46 in gilroy and with the fog up to 50 at half moon bay. from this vantage point, you can see the sunshine, but we've got high and low clouds with low 40s, as well as the delta, 44 in livermore. concord, 49, so that brings everyone down this morning. any where from 2 to 9 degrees cooler this morning. very little wind. we've got the rational cooling. it was in the 70s yesterday. showers tonight into monday morning, and mild fall weather returns for most of next week.
hide hi surf advisory with very large waves, 10 to 13 feet and we're looking at those possible sneaker waves, so the westerly swells very dangerous. after 2:00, the clouds increase in the north bay. low clouds and fog at the shoreline. it was 73 yesterday at half moon bay. 62 today. upper 60s, san mateo, sanford, san jose, cooler numbers in our north bay. so you're looking for something to do tonight, how about walnut creek civic park, where it is light the night walk with jessica castro, low 60s, so bring the light jacket. bring in the storm impact scale at a one. it will arrive with a very weak frontal band with less than 0.2 inch of a rain. we've highlighted the areas, north bay, but we also could see a little mist and drizzle by tomorrow morning.
picking up tonight at 5:00, if you have evening plans, should be dry. it is 1:00 in the morning when the front gets hung and then just falls apart. cloudy skies, maybe mist and drizzle. maybe a shower tomorrow morning, and rainfall amounts, barely there with 0.01, a little more than that along the coast. an extra hour of sleep tonight, as we fall back. 60s coast, mid 70s inland. and then wake up to clouds, mist and drizzle, cooler afternoon, and by monday, still clouds, but really, election day wednesday and thursday, the warmest days, with mid 70s, still typical 60s at the coast, and next friday, if you have our app, you'll be able to see more rain we're tracking, but we may track some teen tont in your neighborhood as well. >> good information, thank you. happy hour came early, while it looked like a morning pub crawl, jonathan bloom explains,
they weren't outlooking for beer, but for connections in their fast growing industry, in what has become an annual tradition. a casually dressed crowd making its way past the bars and restaurants of north beach, not thirsty for drinks, but hhungry opportunity. >> they are looking for all the right places. >> i'm happy to make an introduction. >> 4th annual new tech crawl. >> for companies to open their doors and let people from the outside in. >> it is organized by this dapper gentleman, who you may not recognize without his space suit. in past years, they've done it on halloween. >> i've lost the orange suit and exchanged it for a top hat to be more formal. >> visiting big brands lying go pro and other small companies you haven't heard of yet. it is a way to get your foot in the door where so much cool stuff is made. >> the heart of tech innovation. >> it is more than getting they're resume out there.
it is the crazy unorthodox work spaces the bay is known for. >> you can see on the desk, we've got rotting potatoes. >> and yes, they're pet friendly. >> they like to play on the carpet. >> to the folks who work here, it just makes sense. >> when you're in a natural comfortable environment, where you enjoy showing up, you're more creative. >> i've been using imageer for years. >> in a city this dense, they are learning it takes creativity to find office space. >> i love the kind of basement warehouse feeling. >> the middle of north beach and chinatown, or here in the middle of the west field mall, innovation going on all over the place. >> jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. steph and eye
the big cat is kevin richardson. he has a close relationship with his animals that he is able to put them to sleep to a special animal dentist can come in to fix broken teeth, perform root canals and cure infections. over the course of just a week, the dentists worked on nine lions, and two leopards. celebrating the grand opening of a south bay bowling alley with a few special guests. steph curry and his wife bowlero puts a spin on it. they're on thorn wood drive in san jose and opens at 11:00 this morning. lisa, it is so good to see these venues coming back. we were seeing theaters and bowling alleys go away. >> your neighborhood down there. got to check it out. cooler weekend for everyone,
with increasing clouds at the north bay. coast, a little foggy. still mild, east bay, south bay. the accuweather forecast, 1 on the storm impact scale. tonight, maybe mist and drizzle. towards tomorrow morning and then sunny and warmer for much of next week. pretty nice out there. lisa, thanks. thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen, along with lisa argen. a big day of college football. number 8 wisconsin faces northwestern. 12:30, syracuse takes on second rank would clem ton at memorial stadium. that's followed by abc 7 news at 4:00 p.m. then at 5:00, number 10 nebraska, number 6 ohio state in columbus, that's followed by "cash creek" after the game. the new continues online, on twitter, facebook and instagrachinstagram. make it a great day, everybody.