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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. it's saturday, september 16th. good morning, thanks for being with us. i'm chris nguyen. let's get a look at the weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan. >> good morning, chris. clouds off the coast into and parts of the north bay. temperatures right now mainly in the 50s and 60s. napa has dropped down to 45 degrees, cooler and drier air as you step outside this morning. low clouds today by 7:00. temperatures still mainly in the 50s and 60s. then we'll see a slightly warmer
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afternoon as high clouds pass through. it's going to be a pleasant, beautiful saturday. enjoy the evening as well, sunset at 7:15 with mild temperatures if you're heading out tonight, chris. >> frances, thank you. developing news out of the south bay. police shot and killed a robbery suspect in east san jose. the shooting happened near white road at 7:00 last night. officers failgts the man during a traffic stop. this is the eighth officer-involved shooting of the year in san jose. this morning, a woman is warning others after a terrible fall down a cliff. >> the rock just crumbled. >> take a look at this. a drone caught the tumble on camera. yesterday the santa cruz county sheriff's department released this video and said it was a miracle she wasn't seriously hurt. it happened on labor day at seven mile beach between daven port and santa cruz.
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abc 7 news reporter katie marzullo spoke to the woman on a story you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> reporter: a drone pilot in santa cruz didn't realize until later that day what i captured on video, a woman falling to the rocks below. a terrifying moment that's hard to watch. yet here she is two weeks later, teaching tae kwon do. ruri kobayakawa was climbing the cliff on labor day. >> i was climbing down. where my right hand was, the rock just crumbled. from there i just knew i was like, okay, i can't really do anything. i just remember falling. >> reporter: she hit her head at least once on her way to the ground. >> when i was on the ground, the wave came and splashed me with salt water. >> reporter: if she had landed in the water, she would have
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probably died. the photo was posted as a warning to beachgoers. >> when you're in mother nature, in an area that just isn't, you know, developed for people to climb on. >> reporter: ruri suffered only bumps and bruises. but she knows her accident traumatized her dad. >> i love climbing. i love being active. regardless of my own enjoyment, my own athleticism, it doesn't matter, when you're on a rock that's just not stable enough. >> reporter: ruri is studying to be an emt and plans to become a firefighter. katie march zul ozullo, abc 7 n. officers took a 29-year-old and a 30-year-old into custody. both arerichmond. they're accused of fraudulent cashing stolen checks.
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investigators say bryant wore a nursing uniform when she burglarized several rooms at a nursing home. california lawmakers took a big step towards becoming a sanctuary state. the assembly voted on a bill to limit police cooperation with federal immigration authorities. the legislation was the latest effort by democratic lawmakers to create barriers to president trump's campaign pledge to step up deportation efforts. >> we realize on our sheriffs and jailers to dictate how to create a just society. we would be still fighting for the civil rights act. >> california will try to undermine the immigration laws of the united states of america. >> the state senate approved the bill. it now goes to the governor's desk. and he is expected to sign it. a federal judge also granted chicago's request for a national injunction against the trump administration's plans to withhold money from so-called
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sanctuary cities. new details in a police sex scandal. the oakland police department has no plans to further discipline officers. oakland police released a report yesterday that acknowledges the judge's conclusion that the sex scandal investigation was inadequate. the girl says she was underage when she had several sexual encounters with law enforcement officers. despite the criticism, oakland police say no other officers will face discipline. they will instead undergo further training. it's 5:05. an important deadline has passed for san francisco property owners to have to make their apartment buildings more earthquake-safe. paperwork for the soft story mandatory retrofit was due yesterday. abc 7 news reporter lonnie rivera looked at the last-minute applications being filed with the city. >> reporter: there's lots of business work as the retrofit staff files applications by
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property owners rushing to avoid the devastation that happened in 1989 during the loma prieta earthquake. >> we had six or seven buildings that pancaked. as a consequence of learning that, the building code changed. >> reporter: this deadline is for tier 3 properties like this one in lower pacific highlights. it has three stories and multiple units. >> it's no joke. saving lives is the most important issue. >> reporter: the contractor's company is keeping busy. he says it will take eight to 12 weeks to retrofit the building. because of this hollow space in the building. >> reporter: since wednesday, the department has seen a mad dash of applicants. the number of remaining noncompliant properties was 600 by late afternoon on friday. >> i certainly think that people in san francisco are very aware that this is a very high risk. >> reporter: the department of building inspection has listed this building here in the mission district as being
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noncompliant. that means inspectors may likely place a violation notice on the property this week. the notice will inform the public that the building is in violation of earthquake safety codes. the property owners will have 30 days to respond. those who are not compliant can't sell or lease their property until they finish the work. once permits are filed, building owners have two years to complete the actual construction. in san francisco, lonnie rivera, abc 7 news. a federal appeals court upheld a state law banning the sale of foie gras made by force feeding ducks and geese. the judges said a state law preventing sales where is not preempted by the federal government's authority to regulate poultry products. the ruling will not take effect until the appeals process ends and a mandate is issued, so restaurants can still serve it for now. the group people for the ethical treatment of animals celebrated,
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its president said, the champagne corks are popping. celebrity chef eric greenspan said the ruling is crazy and, quote, let's ban assault rifles before we ban foie gras if we want to prevent cruelty. time now is 5:08. in los altos hills, residents are warn to be careful after a mountain lion was seen thursday night in a residential neighborhood, the second sighting in as many days. a home surveillance camera recorded the incident on sycamore lane. happening today, the bay bridge will briefly close this morning as crews implode the largest of the remaining supports for the span. that's what it sounded like the last time caltrans employed a two-bridge piers a couple of weeks ago. no cars will be allowed on the
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bay bridge for 30 minutes during the blasting period which is expected to start at 9:30 this morning. an exact time depends on weather conditions. the bay bridge bike path is closed. boats will be kept away as a precaution. and b.a.r.t. will stop trains from crossing the transbay tube at the time of the implosion. meteorologist frances dinglasan is here tracking the forecast. >> so you don't want to head across the bay bridge then. but right now is a good time, with this live shot traffic. temperatures in the 50s around the bay. we'll be warming up into the low 70s. i'll have the full details. >> those drivers getting ta jump-start to their day, frances, thank you. a judge aquits an officer in a fatal shooting. last month san francisco beefed up its police presence for a planned right wing rally
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a tense scene in st. louis overnight as protesters clashed with police. more than 30 protesters were arrested after a judge's verdict acquitting a former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man in 2011. abc news reporter elizabeth her has the story. >> reporter: chaos in the streets of st. louis. at least ten officers injured and dozens arrested overnight. >> many of the demonstrators were peaceful. however, after dark, many agitators began to destroy property and assault police
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officers. >> reporter: protesters gathered in the streets shortly after a former police officer, who is white, was acquitted for the fatal shooting of a black suspect, anthony smith. jason stockley was charged with first-degree murder after shooting smith five times following a high speed chase in 2011. stockley said he feared for his life, claiming he saw smith holding a gun. but prosecutors argued stockley planted that gun in smith's car. stockley telling the st. louis dispatch after the verdict that a burden has been lifted. but some have a different view. >> i believe black lives matter. obviously our justice system does not believe that. this is crazy. there was so much evidence. it's happened multiple times. people are fed up. >> reporter: for them the case is a painful reminder of the
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pa shooting of michael brown which sparked unrest and violence in ferguson when a grand jury decided not to indict officer darren wilson for brown's death. brown's father was among those protesting. >> i pray for my city. my people tired of this. >> reporter: and smith's mother saying this after the verdict. >> i'm not going to stand here and say no justice, no peace. my soul is burning. my heart is broken. >> reporter: elizabeth her, abc news, new york. harry dean stanton has died. he was a character act who plays dozens of roles including a surgicsury crew member in "alien." actors and directors said stanton was as kind as he was
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talented. harry dean stanton was 91 years old. last month's planned freedom rally that never happened at san francisco ended up causing the police department $775,000. most of the cost was overtime for officers. every available police officer was told to work. the sum does not include money spent by other agencies like the sheriff's department and u.s. parks police. time now is 5:15. the warriors went to prison for a san quentin basketball tradition. it's the sixth year the group has played an annual game of basketball with some of the 4,000 prisoners incarcerated at the state prison in marin county. the warden and general manager sowed up and displayed the trophy. it was team convicts who took yesterday's championship title. >> this right here helps tremendously. it puts the humanity back into it.
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because a lot of people look at us as barbarians. >> we have much more from inside the prison on some other warriors were at oakland international airport, hoping to unload crates full of dogs, kittens, cats and puppies rescued from florida shelters. the miami heat loaded some 150 anna animals onto a fedex jet to make room for pets displaced for hurricane irma. many are bound for the peninsula or no-kill shelters from monterey to washington state. the warriors are tapping an iconic oakland image for their new jerseys. it features an oak tree and features a town across the front. the warriors plan to move from oakland to san francisco. >> reporter: full-time mvp, part-time model. kevin durant debuts the golden state warriors' jersey at a nike event in los angeles. >> i like the colors, they put
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the black in it. that's a nice jersey. >> reporter: the iconic oak tree logo and phrase "the town," a clear shoutout to the city of oakland, the current home of the team. >> they've done a great job taking over the team. they'll sell a lot of these jerseys. >> reporter: versions of the oak tree logo can be found all over town, from city signs to city letterhead. according to, where it originated. oaklandish has capitalized on the image. the warriors' roots are not as firmly planted. the organization plans to move into a new san francisco arena. >> obviously that is an oakland logo. for them to leave the town, i guess it could be considered a tribute. >> reporter: some see it as salt in the wound as the team skips town. others point to the team's broad appeal. >> it's good and bad.
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but it's nice to still represent the bay area. it's still both. >> reporter: a release date for fan purchase has not been announced. the warriors say it will be coming soon. abc 7 news. happening today, strike up the band. they're getting ready for a parade in walnut creek. the twilight parade is tonight. they'll be marching down main street to civic park. this is the 81st year of the parade, the kickoff for the annual walnut festival which starts next thursday and ends next sunday. the long time parade sponsor is ready with their cool parade waves. >> not a lot of movement. just kind of smile a lot and very small hand features. >> yes, i love seeing marching bands. >> she'll get plenty of that tonight. the parade starts at 6:00 in downtown walnut creek. tickets for the festival are ten bucks. and good morning, i'm
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meteorologist frances dinglasan. it will be perfect weather for the parade. doppler 7 and satellite image, showing patchy clouds off the coast. temperatures right now, 50s and 60s for the most part. napa has dropped to 49 degrees. san francisco, 57. here is a pretty shot as we look towards the bay bridge. what you can expect today, the warming will continue. we'll be near average temperatures this weekend. really pleasant overall. and then get ready for a blustery and cooler monday. temperatures will be dropping. and i want to show you the cloud animation forecast. later on today, we'll see some high clouds just passing through. that's about it. mostly sunny conditions throughout the day into the evening. and that's going to allow temperatures to warm up, especially in some inland areas where we will hit some of the mid-80s in a few location. fairfield, 86. nice and mild. san francisco, 71. oakland, 73 degrees today, and
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even san jose, more sunshine, 81. also looking good through parts of the north bay, 70s and 80s there. 81 in san rafael. lots of activities and events this weekend. if you're heading to the sonoma raceway, you'll need the sunglasses and sunscreen. more sunshine for you, a warmer afternoon. temperatures in the upper 70s, mid-70s tomorrow as well with even brighter sunshine. overnight lows, cool, in the 50s. we have a light the night walk for the leukemia/lymphoma society tonight. kickoff starts at 5:00 this evening. temperatures will be in the mid-70s. then it will be dropping down into the mid-60s with sunset at 7:15. for the giants game, breezy, so grab a jacket. the game starts at 6:05 tonight. temperatures will mainly be in the low 60s. so keep that in mind. and of course if you're headed to the cal memorial stadium, there's my alma mater there, temperatures will be mainly in the 60s, even dropping down into
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the 50s, so you will need a jacket there. it will be clear and breezier, especially if you're up in the hills or along the coast. that's why you'll need a jacket there. now, for tomorrow, look for another pleasant day overall. temperatures could be coming down just a few degrees in some areas. cooler numbers especially by the coast. san francisco, 66. half moon bay, 64. a lot of 70s around the bay and low 80s as you make your way inland. monday, temperatures will be coming down a bit more and the breeze really kicks up. a strong west flow. that's why temperatures will be dropping. the accuweather seven-day forecast, warming continues today, a beautiful saturday. enjoy all the outdoor activities. it will be in the mid-80s inland, mid- to upper 70s around the bay, 60s at the coast. still nice in san francisco. mild tomorrow as well. but then monday is when things change. gusty and cooler. then notice it kind of holds steady the rest of the week with
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lots of sunshine with temperatures 80s inland and 60s at the coast, pleasant and dry. >> frances, thank you. coming up, a dog in danger and a hairy rescue.
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(laughter) the spell is cast. now halloween time is more spook-tacular than ever because it's in disneyland and disney california adventure parks! an opportunity is opening in oakland at a site that for years has been home to the warriors and a's. so what will happen to the coliseum area? abc 7 news anchor eric thomas has some answers. >> reporter: the team president announced this week that the a's plan to build a new baseball stadium in oakland about five
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miles away but says they still have plans for the coliseum. >> we feel an urban youth arced could be a great addition for oakland. >> reporter: he says a sock and her soccer and baseball stadium could help developing athletes and keep jobs onsite. >> i told him i didn't like what i was seeing. >> reporter: that's what councilman larry reed said. he says there are already baseball diamonds and soccer fields in oakland. what they need are good paying jobs. >> there are a number of developers out there that would like to acquire that site or lease it for 99 years and put some higher and better uses on that site. >> reporter: like affordable housing and retail. the a's say that's part of their plan too, eventually. but some in oakland city government haven't given up on convincing the a's to build their new stadium on existing coliseum property. >> i respect their business decision.
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but my first reaction is couldn't ask for a better location than what's already here. >> reporter: the team says it will solicit public input on the idea over the next year. eric thomas, abc 7 news. now to dramatic video this morning of a mountain rescue in the angeles national forest. a 9-month-old husky was pulled from the side of a steep cliff as it started to crumble. the dog, named maya, was hiking with its owner when she lunged at something. rescuers say maya was barely hanging on but all are safe, unhurt, and back on solid ground. still to come on abc 7 mornings, former presidential candidate bernie sanders is coming to the bay area next week. why he'll be at city college of san francisco. plus a first in fremont. the housing crunch eases up here and perhaps across california.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. thanks so much for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting with a quick look at the weather, meteorologist frances dinglasan has more. >> you can see where some of those clouds are. here's how it plays out for this morning. sunrise at 6:53. temperatures will be in the 50s. low clouds still sticking around by 8:00. by 9:00, it's coastal cleanup day, events starting off around the coast and around the bay. it will be mild, temperatures in the 60s, just have a light jacket. by this afternoon we'll see some high clouds. in fact it will start to clear out, and we'll see temperatures even slightly warmer compared to yesterday in some areas. i'll have your complete accuweather seven-day forecast coming up, chris. >> frances, thank you.
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this morning, british police have arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the london subway attack. it attack came after a bomb exploded during rush hour on a crowded subway car. 29 people were injured. isis has claimed responsibility. they say there are other devices hidden on the trains. abc news reporter ian panel has more. >> reporter: in london, from every direction, first rsponders swarming to the scene of the rush hour attack. an all-out manhunt for those who planted the bomb on the packed subway car. the homemade explosive detonated at 8:20 a.m., ruthlessly targeting passengers going to work, children to school. >> in three seconds of putting it back down, the doors closing, heard a loud explosion occur. >> i turned left and i saw that fire surged toward my side. >> reporter: panic as people desperately tried to escape.
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>> there was women underneath me, a lady saying "i'm pregnant." a little boy's face got smacked in the side. people were screaming. >> we were just trampling each other, every man for themselves. >> reporter: on the platform, chaos, confusion. but towards the back of the train, hushed passengers move out single file across the tracks as emergency responders tend to the injured. >> i saw one woman being wheeled out at a stretcher. her legs were badly burned, wrapped in plastic. her hair was charred. >> reporter: reppolice say the b didn't fully detonate, otherwise many would have died. as it was, 30 were injured. >> we're treating the matter as a terrorist-related incident. >> reporter: terror struck the heart of a middle class neighborhood. >> there was an attack where i lived. that devastated me. it makes us feel threatened were we live. >> reporter: ian panel, abc
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news, london. >> b.a.r.t. reacted quickly yesterday to the attack, pulling officers from other assignments to focus on patrol in its core stations in oakland and san francisco. b.a.r.t. also deployed k- officers. >> we're trying to keep people safe. >> it should be on an ongoing basis, not just after something happens. >> i think keeping an eye out is a good idea. >> police want riders to give them a call if they see anything suspicious. there is also increased security in new york and los angeles. new this morning, state lawmakers have passed a bill to move primary elections from june to march starting in 2020. the legislation applies to all primary elections for presidenti presidential, state, and congressional offices. the "l.a. times" reports primary election day would be the first tuesday in march.
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the bill's author says moving up the election would force presidential candidates to address california's issues early in the race. governor jerry brown has until october 15th to sign the bill into law. senator bernie sanders is coming to san francisco to support free college tuition. he'll be the guest of honor at city college of san francisco's ocean campus next friday. the community college is the first in the country to offer residents credit courses for free. ccsf officials say enrollment is up 18% this year. sanders endorsed the free tuition program before the last presidential election. the united states is celebrating a big milestone this weekend. tomorrow marks 230 years since the signing of the constitution. 55 delegates at the grand convention in philadelphia crafted the supreme law of the nation back in 1787. in his weekly address, president trump asked americans to pledge allegiance to the flag. >> on this sunday, constitution day, let us recommit ourselves
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to our founding principles and rededicate ourselves to our glorious heritage. >> the original copy of the constitution is on display at the national archives in washington, d.c. time now is 5:34. an 11-year-old boy got the thrill of his young lifetime when he mowed the white house lawn. frank was so focused at the job at hand, he didn't notice president trump standing behind him. they eventually shook hands. there you go. frank wrote the president a letter last month saying he had started a lawn mowing business and would love to mow the white house. he said his usual rate is $8. >> my dad said, just do it for free. i was like, fine. >> after mowing the lawn, frank and his father spent some time with president trump in the oval office. the entire student body the
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aberkeley high school walked out of staff yesterday to show support for daca. school officials say the students walked out and then formed a human circle around the school. the walkout lasted for one class period and then they all returned to the building. the daca program provides deportation protection for undocumented immigrants whose families brought them to the u.s. as children. recipients could face deportation starting in march unless congress agrees to extend protection. local chef alice waters will pick up a new honor this weekend. she'll be inducted into the women's hall of fame. the owner of the famous chez panisse restaurant in berkeley is one of the ten women receiving the honor. the women's hall of fame is in new york on the site of the first women's rights convention. they're also celebrating the 100th anniversary of women in new york securing right to vote. work has finally begun on a long-awaited project in fremont. this morning, volunteers with habitat for humanity are finishing up what would normally be several weeks of construction
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in just two days. >> reporter: off central avenue in fremont, a new community is starting to take shape. >> it's not enough to thank everyone for what they're doing. >> reporter: this is the future home of a former dentist who fled the war-torn country of yemen six years ago in search of the american dream. he's hammering away as part of habitat for humanity's east bay silicon valley's annual build-a-thon, a two-day event that's already drawn more than 150 volunteers, working together to begin the building process. >> to be able to step up in this society and this world and make a better place for themselves and their families. that's what i come out here and try to help accomplish every day i come out. >> reporter: phase one should be completed by this time next year. the 30-home development is the first high density project in
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habitat's hiss. all the units will be energy efficient and eventually owned by dozens of low income families. >> they help to build their homes. they build the homes of their neighbors. that also helps to build a community of people who are going to live here. >> this job is 10% skill and 90% perspirati perspiration. >> reporter: these folks getting a lot of work done under the blazing sun. >> i like building things and i like construction. that's why you find me out on the job site. >> reporter: and for the new homeowners, a chance to put in sweat equity among people who want to see them succeed. >> great people to support you and standing with you to help you reach your goals and dreams. it means a lot. >> the project was approved by the fremont city council in 2014. ahead on abc 7 mornings, a one of a kind museum that includes a pool of sprinkles. a sneak peek inside.
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welcome back, everyone. time right now, 5:40. a live look outside from our abc 7 roof camera. mild temperatures to start the day. but just how cool will it stay? forecast for us, coming up. happening today, the grand opening for a public park in the santa cruz mountains that's been transformed from a former
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military base. it offers stunning views of the san francisco bay, silicon valley, and monterey bay. it opens to the public next monday, but today park officials are hosting a reservation only opening event. our media partner "the mercury news" reports the owner spent $23 million to renovate the summit. visiting the park is free. today is the day to splurge on guacamole. it's national guacamole day. researchers found most people are fans of the avocado based dip. 38% of those surveyed said they're willing to spend the extra money on guac. here are the top five brands, whole foods, wholy guacamole, trader joe's, sabra, and archer farms. facebook is hosting a festival to give back to the
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community. this is video from a previous fair. today there will be a battle of the bacon with facebook culinary teams, live blues music, and a beer garden. proceeds from the beer garden go to the redwood city police activities league. there will also be a kids zone with arts and crafts and live cooking demos with more than 20 food trucks. the festival runs from noon until 5:00 tonight. and frances, temperatures down, pretty calm this weekend, pretty nice. >> yes, mild and mostly with high, thin clouds passing through. temperatures will be in the mid- to upper 70s along the lower part of the peninsula. a live shot of sfo, no delays reported so far, we'll let you know if that changes. enjoy the last summer weekend. fall starts on friday. i'll have your temperatures coming up. >> frances, thank you. 5:42. also ahead, a dominating performance on the hill puts a's on top of the
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good morning, everyone. time right now, 5:45. we're taking a live look outside from our south beach cam looking toward the bay bridge. the current temperature in san francisco is 58 degrees. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist frances dinglasan coming up. in sports, all three bay area schools are playing nonconference games tonight. san jose state is in salt lake city city to take on san jose. cal hosts ole miss at memorial stadium. you can watch on our sister network espn at 7:30 p.m. this afternoon, the a's are in philly looking for their second straight win. last night oakland got a dominant performance from one of
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their young pitchers. here's anthony flores with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, everybody. daniel megdan put an end to an a's streak that lasted 186 straight games without a complete game shutout. the a's in the city of brotherly love to take on the phillies. we'll pick it up with the top of the first inc. matt olson hits the powerball. check this out, almost makes it to the upper deck. it's a two-run shot. and just like that, oakland takes a 2-0 lead. more fireworks for the a's in the second. this time matt joyce rockets one out of the yard. another two-run homer. oakland with a 4-0 lead. that was more than enough for megdan, he struck out seven. the a's blanked the phillys 4-0, the a's first complete shutout since august of 2018. thor was at at&t park for
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superhero night. joe, come on down, 1-0 g-men. pence with a chopper to first, he beats ray to the bag. d-backs pitcher drops it, 2-1 giants. top seven, a. where j. pollard double down the line. struck out seven. but the diamondbacks win the game 3-2. indians looking for their 23rd consecutive win hosting the royals. lorenzo kane with a business hit up the middle. 3-3 tie. kc leads it three. mike miner strikes out francisco. indians win streak snapped at 22 victories. royals take the game, your final 4-3. on friday, the raiders took care of the guy who takes care of derrick carr's blindside.
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he signed a extension through 2019 season. the deal is worth 21 million bucks according to espn. the veteran started all 16 games at left tackle last season. he only gave up one sack as part of an offensive line that was considered the best in football. he held out in training camp but now no longer has to focus on the business side of the game. >> i can just enjoy my teammates, enjoy everything, enjoy the process, and just focus on football. because there was a lot of doubt. i didn't want to go -- i didn't want to hit free agency again. that was one thing i tried to make sure. you guys know how much i love you guys, show me how you love me back so we can get it done and i can retire a raider. >> they play on sunday at the coliseum. have a great weekend, everyone. all right.
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we have a beautiful day in store for us. right now we're starting off with some clouds, patchy at the coast with live doppler 7 in the satellite image. you can see it's spread inland into santa rosa but mainly along the peninsula coast. we're still keeping it clear in parts of the north bay. in some of the valley, temperatures have dropped. lots of 50s elsewhere. san francisco, 57. oakland, 56. san jose, 58. gilroy, 50 degrees. a live shot as we look from the east bay out towards the bay bridge. it's looking really good right now. warming. that continues today. if you liked yesterday, you'll like the trend that continues into this afternoon. temperatures will be near average, although slightly below in some areas. then get ready for a blustery and cooler monday. so enjoy the final weekend of summer. here's a cloud animation forecast. later this morning we'll still see patchy clouds along the pninsula coast. lots of sunshine for everyone. then some high clouds just move through the afternoon. that's about it. this evening, things will be clear.
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that will allow temperatures to cool a little bit more overnight. highs today are going to be really pleasant and mild, in the south bay look for low 80s. 81 in san jose. santa cruz, nice beach day at 74 degrees. sunnyvale, 79 degrees. lots of upper 70s, san mateo at 74 degrees. at the beaches, still some upper 60s like half moon bay. breezy as well towards the coast. nice and comfortable in downtown san francisco, 71 degrees. also in the north bay, some 80s and 70s for you. 81 through petaluma and san rafael. sausalito, 73. even nice in sonoma and napa, upper 70s for the most part. more 70s in the east bay with just those high clouds. 72 in berkeley, 73 in oakland. fremont, 78. low to mid-80s in the inland areas for today. we're going to be bumping up a bit. walnut creek, 83.
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brentwood, one of the warmer spots at 86 degrees. now, with less cloud cover tonight, temperatures are going to be cooler. tomorrow morning as you wake up, you'll notice it will be a little dryer and cooler. 40s in santa rosa and napa, 50s for the most part elsewhere. tomorrow afternoon, for the raiders home game, sunny and mild. temperatures will start off in the upper 60s for the game at 1:05. then warming up to the low 70s, so you won't need a jacket at all, mainly sunscreen is what you'll need, and sunglasses. here's a look at san jose. notice for the next couple of days we're near average. monday, we start to drop. we stay below average through the rest of the week. with the accuweather seven-day forecast, it's going to be a great weekend. enjoy the final weekend of summer. temperatures in the 80s, mid-80s inland, mid- to upper 70s around the bay, and some mid- to upper 60s at the coast. notice things get cooler. we'll be gusty on monday as a
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cold dry front moves through. we're kind of in a steady pattern from tuesday into friday. fall begins on friday. and it will be dry and fairly mild. >> where did summer go? >> i know, really, it's already gone. >> all right, frances, thank you. one of the year's most anticipated exhibits is already here in san francisco. the museum of ice cream opens to the public tomorrow. and its stay has already been extended until february. abc 7 news reporter lyanne melendez was the lucky one to get a preview. >> reporter: welcome to the museum of ice cream, san francisco. come on in. if music is good for the soul, ice cream is therapy for the heart. the museum is really about the art of being happy. and each exhibit transports us to a time and place in our childhood. >> adults come in here and feel like kids. we've all done our job right. i think there's not many places out there able to do that.
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>> reporter: mary is the 25-year-old behind the museum of ice cream which popped up in new york and los angeles before coming to san francisco. there's the cherry on top room, where you think you've died and gone to heaven. and the gummy garden were botanists are working hard to of course you'll find trivia like how many licks does it take to finish a single scoop. about 25. i could do it in 20. which state produces the most ice cream in america? california. what are sprinkles made up? artificial coloring? not here. it's plastic. >> over made of antimicrobial germ block. when you leave the outside world, and come into this space, it's very freeing. >> reporter: in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. next, coming together to bring light to the darkness of
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chase. make more of what's yours. welcome back, everyone. here are the winning numbers from last night's $86 million mega millions drawing. nobody picked all six numbers. so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $94 million. caltrans said the canyon bridge near big sur should reopen by mid-october. caltrans district 5 sent out this image this week. it shows crews installing rebar on highway 1. that rebar was made in vallejo. caltrans says repairs are going well with the concrete pure coming soon. the span replaces a bridge that was demolished last spring after a mudslide damaged the piers. it has severely limited access to the big sur community.
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the forecast. meteorologist frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen. >> good morning, chris. here's doppler 7, showing us cloud cover along the coast and spilling into parts of the north bay and hugging the peninsula coast as well. sun rise at 6:53. temperatures will mainly be in the 50s. we have low clouds sticking around. a lot of events kick off, you'll be in the low 60s and upper 50s, so grab a jacket. by this afternoon, clouds, we'll see high clouds passing through. overall we'll have a warmer day. i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up, chris. >> frances, thank you. developing news out of the south bay where police shot and killed a robbery suspect in east san jose near white road at 7:00


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