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good morning. thanks for joining us on this sunday october 14th. i'm matt keller. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, matt. good morning. lots of fog out there. kept it cool. live doppler 7 shows you inside the bay. we have a red flag warning from early this morning until 12:00 p.m. tomorrow. those are the northeast winds that will certainly come into play today, 20 to 35 miles per hour. gusts up to 60 and the relative humidity will begin to decrease through the morning hours. from the north and east bay, sonoma, to napa, currently 21 miles per hour. in the east bay, 15 miles per
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hour. right now the winds not an issue. cool temperatures, though. 48 novato. 51 in fremont. your forecast calls for temperatures to climb into the 70s and 80s. this is your sunday planner. with numbers still in the 60s at the coast with the fog, the winds though, certainly an issue for the day today. we'll clock them with the accuweather seven day forecast. matt? >> thanks, lisa. bone dry conditions, low humidity and strong winds putting firefighters on high alert. pg & e putting bay area counties on alert. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story from the east bay. >> pretty cool, huh? >> kids and parents touring an open house of hayward fire station number 2. it just reopened after a seismic retrofit. just in time. >> i look at all the dry areas that i see around. >> this is a very unstable atmosphere for us. >> red flag fire danger making firefighters uneasy.
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>> we're on edge because we know that any spark from a lawn mower are any type of -- somebody may be pulling off the side of the road which sparks the wildfire. >> contra cost afire department opened its doors to the public part of fire prevention month. >> they do a tremendous job. all eyes on the diablo range as winds pick up. humidity drops. the mercury rises. >> the tide -- >> any little taspark can do a of damage. >> they're boosting staffing levels this weekend and a lot more. >> during this red flag weekend, contra cost afire will stage a strike team here. they'll be ready to go in case a wildfire breaks out. thes the new normal since the deadly fires across the area. >> we don't know what the new normal will be. based on what happened last week, we know that this can make a difference. >> last sunday, a strike team from contra costa county helped to get this wide land fire under
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control in solano county. they'll be ready to go again if fire breaks out. in concord, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. a new drone video reveals the widespread devastation from hurricane michael. this is in mexico beach in florida where most of the town has been destroyed. there are fears that number will climb much higher. teams of rescue workers are on the ground looking for people trapped in the rubble. they've told us they've never seen damage quite like this before. >> the massive cleanup and search and rescue efforts after hurricane michael made landfall in mexico beach. these are the before and after of the devastation. entire neighborhoods leveled. >> everybody and their jobs. >> the devastation, like a bomb went off here. >> gail lost her husband when a tree fell on their home. the storm preventing first responders from getting there in time. >> this was a freight train coming at us.
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got me out. but he was already gone by the time i got here. >> in panama city, cruew cruseeu for anyone trapped in the rubble. >> this type of destruction, we haven't seen it since i was a kid. this is pretty extensive. >> john ignored evacuation efforts. the hurricane destroyed his home as he and his dog took shelter in a closet. >> i was like this. me and the dog. i was right here sitting like this. the dog was right here and she would not leave my side or move. >> efforts under way to save animals affected by the storm. power outages and lack of clean water creatinnhlt ernditio requingvaation the furry victims brought to safety with help from another shelter nearly three hours away. homes. janae norman, abc news,
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washington. a candidate is speaking out after someone vandalized his campaign signs drawing a swastika on his face. we're learning of more dirty politics in the rapgs. indica -- ranks. katie utehs explains. i'm super involved -- >> at age 25, justin shaw can help but stand out as the youngest in the district 4 race. >> the one most relevant tonight is youth representing. but a fremont inclusive of everyone. >> he's learned early politics can get nasty. someone drew a swastika and devils horns on his campaign sign along mission boulevard. his father ron first discovered the vandalism. >> he texted me the photos. i was in shock. i felt sadness, pain and anger. >> so sad that this can happen.
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>> to anybody else, still it's not right. >> while kofrgt candidates forum, we wanted a more unsettling incident. this time involving a school board candidate. last week, i got a series of hateful comments posted on to my facebook account. they were anti-muslim, bigoted. horrible comments. call me all sorts of names. >> she reported the post to facebook then deleted them. >> we need to be respectful towards each other and teach our children that. we have to be good role models. >> civil discourse can be civil. >> we have different political opinions. that's what america is all about. let's have a healthy debate about it. >> both sha and kan reported the be incidents to the police department. abc 7 news. in the east bay, officials joint -- a group in alameda to encourage people to vote no on the proposition k. prop k would make an existing rent control ordinance permanent. it would get rid of two
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provisions. it would change the law so it can be amended or repealed by voters. proponents of the law say it makes it too hard to market conditions. prop k is safeguarding a -- california senator camilla harris is add to go speculation about a potential run for president in 2020. she's making her first campaign trip to iowa before election day of the she'll visit the state october 22nd and 23rd. another early primary state and to battleground state wisconsin. harris said she will seriously take a look at 2020 after the november midterms. if you need help with the propositions in local rises, we have you covered. go to and find the complete list. we also have profiles of some of the candidates. a man is dead after crashing his car into a san mateo home. it happened last night. the man was behind the wheel of a truck. firefighters say he had a
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medical problem just before the crash causing him to lose control. it's unclear if a medical issue or the crash killed him. fire crews helped to make sure the house was stable and safe. san francisco mayor london breed is offering to get involved in offering striking hotel workers reaching a deal with marriott. that strike in the second week. it's part of a nationwide walkout against marriott. abc 7 news reporter tells us more. >> picketers going strong outside marriott hotels around san francisco. this video given to us by the union showed 41 people being arrested friday night while igrriottlikeigafetyseriom forcoract. >> server has been with marriott 30 years. >> marriott refuse toss maintain our benefits. what they're doing is proposing
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a short shift of three hours so how will we even qualify for benefits with a three-hour shift? >> some workers claim to work multiple jobs to make ends meet or would like to but can't because of the hotel's scheduling. >> marriott would come back to the table and talk to us. >> the protests haven't come without headaches. erin says she can hear it from her room. >> room service isn't running. the housekeeping is mediocre at best. fedex is not shipping out packages which was an impact for us. >> housekeeping for rewards points. >> hope that they really tho have ea employees. and detroit, negotiations aren't going well. >> marriott clearly didn't take us seriously in either instance.
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it's sad they want to continue the strike. >>? downtown san francisco, abc 7 news. workers at ucsf planning to go on strike. they represent thousands of patient care technical workers announce the walkout will last for three days starting october 23rd. this happened once before in may. ucsf will reschedule appointment but says the emergency department will remain open. lisa, we're talking about cool temperatures this morning. but the red flag warning in effect. >> we'll climb another 35 or so degrees for this afternoon with a warm day on the way. exploratorium camera, 55 degrees downtown. 49 in livermore. also in pacifica. certainly a cool start with the gray skies. we'll see the sunshine today. but boy, those winds, they are certainly going to be gusty. we'll watch them for you and tell you how strong they'll be in a few minutes. also next, it has been a
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half century since one of the most pivotal protests during the vietnam war which happened in the bay area. a man part
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together, we're building a better california. theat lowe's we have allour carpthe latest floor styles for any room at the prices you'll love. many small business owners in san francisco want the city to help them make up for lost income when a ban on selling flavor tobacco products kicks in. backers of the law say it will prevent young people from using tobacco. the ban began in january. sommer chants want the city to reduce the fees they're charged or be a bowed to sell cannabis. the presidio will have a chance to relive one of the most emotionally charged episodes of the vietnam war. it happened here in the bay area.
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the men who participated in it paid a steep price. here's dan ashley with the details. >> keith mathers still remembers that sound half a century later. in 1968 the stockade at san francisco's presidio was his home. >> you were in here. they didn't come get you. >> mather joined the growing ranks of american soldiers protesting the vietnam war. historians say the military was taking notice. >> 1968 there's about one soldier every three minutes going awol. >> many taken into custody in california were crowded into the stockade overlooking the golden gate bridge. clashes with guards grew more heated until a fateful incident that triggered the presidio muti mutiny. >> the reason it came about is because richard bunch got shot and killed. he was one of us. >> he says the 19-year-old soldier was having mental health
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issues. one day as he was running away from a guard, he was shot in the back. by the next day, thousands of protesters swarmed the gates. >> tensions were so high that more than two dozen stockade prisoners, including keith mather decided to stage a demonstration of their own. a protest that earned them the presidio 27. they broke ranks and refuse today fallout for a work detail. instead, they sat in a circle on the grass and read out a list of demands. >> the mutiny act. we sang to drowned out our captain so he couldn't hear. evidently, that didn't work in our court marshals. >> the first three trials that resulted in sentences were 14, 15 and 16 years. >> 1960s defense attorney agrees with historians who believe
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highly publicized trials and sentences were meant to send a message to the ranks. >> it was a catalyzing effect. it was pretty early in the resistan resistance. >> officials were concerned they were losing army. they were losing control of the military. >> mather managed to escape from the presidio stockade, eventually spending more than a decade in canada. a half a century later, the struggle of the presidio 27 is enshrined in an exhibit at the former officer's club. richard bunch's name can still be seen carved into the wall of a cell. >> worth it? >> yeah. absolutely. i wouldn't turn the clock back and try to change it. i wish there would have been more guys involved with us. >> dan ashley, a news. today the presidio will be offering a program on the presidio mutiny free to the public. today is the last day for the half moon bay art and pumpkin festival.
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yesterday the parade was held, costume and pie eating contests. less competitive visitors enjoyed craft, food and drink and four stages of entertainment. it's also open today from 9:00 to 5:00. admission is free. everyone, good sunday morning. here's a look at live doppler 7. the fog has really filled in overnight. there's plenty of it. visibility is reduced around the bay and moved into oakland and hayward. een into mountain view this morning. certainly a gray and cool start with numbers in the 40s in the north bay dropping to the low 50s from fremont. 56 in hayward. it's 53 in san jose. 55 downtown. 51 in napa. a red flag warning is under way despite the visibility issues with the fog here. the relative humidity up pretty high with a mile and a half, 1.25 miles. 7 miles in petaluma and 8 miles
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towards hhayward. it is gray outside. another day in the 60s downtown. it was 64 yesterday. the average high is 70 this time of year. even with the offshore wind, we're going to keep the numbers i the 60s. in san francisco. cool with morning fog. through 12:00 p.m., elevated fire danger. east bay hills. santa clara county, we'll see the winds kick up. it's all along the shoreline making its way through the bay. as we go through about 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon, it pulls along the coast. we have the low clouds and the fog. it's going to be an interesting day as the winds get going, the upper elevations work their way down to the surface and we have the low clouds and fog at the coast. relative humidity is anywhere from about 13% in cloverdale to 96% in san francisco. this is when we had the highest
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level in the morning. 2:00, 3:00 this afternoon, already down to 11%. fairfield and napa. 52% in hayward. closer to the water, we do recover and keep relative humidity up for most of the morning hours. but then by 5:00 tomorrow morning, we've gone through the night and had the gusty offshore winds and look, we're only at 9% in napa. this relative humidity combines with the dry offshore winds and the warmer temperatures creating certainly that recipe of concern. here's a look at the winds ramping up throughout the day. 2:00 this afternoon from calistoga to napa, 20, 25 mile an hour winds. as the colors get going, you'll see the stronger winds push in by 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 tonight. 48 miles an hour by cloverdale. it continues through the early morning hours into monday. 20 to 40 miles an hour from napa over into discovery bay and then by 6:00 monday morning, we still have those breezy winds.
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the low relative humidity and then finally by about noontime on monday, we're looking at those winds dialing back. for today, it's going to be warm in the inland valleys. talking about low to mid-80s here. 78 in palo alto. 72 in san francisco. look at numbers tonight. nice and cool with the return of some of the fog. but boy, those days are getting shorter. cool off quickly. the accuweather seven-day forecast. 60s, 70s. download the accuweather app and we'll be almost as warm inland tomorrow. we're closer to average. notice, it has a nice spread the rest of the week. 60s, 70s and 80s with the flow from the ocean after tomorrow. >> thank you, lisa. abc's new brand local issues sharing inspiring stories called more in common. meet the teacher who is deaf and blind and bringing communities together through dance. >> i'm karen. i'm a teacher of -- i happen to
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be deaf, blind. >> i'm a self-pronounced >> teaching -- i was trying to get a few friends who were deaf an opportunity to salsa dance. more and more people started asking me for a dance class. not just people from the deaf community. i started to see this evolution of people who have no connection to the deaf world starting to lrn more about the people they were dancing with. >> why do you think it's so important to have friendships with people with such different background sns. >> i think it helps you get perspective on the world. dancing transcends any language or culture.
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saving people money on car insurance. over the summer, we told you about a homeless man in oakland named drew. you may remember his belongings were tossed into lake merritt by a frustrated jogger. the community quickly came together to try to find a drew an apartment. more than $14,000 has been raised so far. drew is still homeless and still living under the pergola at lake merritt. we asked reporter lyanne melendez to look into this. >> by now, we thought drew would be getting the help he needs. there he was waking up when we found him under the pergola at lake merritt. what about the efforts to find you a home? >> i'm done.
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i own a home. >> you own a home? >> yes. >> it was this cell phone video of a jogger throwing his belongings in the lake that prompted some in this oakland community to help find drew a home. to date, that go fund me effort brought in more than $14,000. donors started complaining after noticing that drew was still homeless asking, can someone please update and i'm starting to think you guys just straight up stole our money. one of the two people in charge of collecting this money finally responded, saying we were able to use the money to get drew housing. but he has refused this offer several times. he does not have an i.d. or bank account and we will not be giving him the money in cash. so we will be donating the money to local homeless rights organizations and give people the option of a refund. a few people who see drew on a regular basis say we have to stop throwing money at problems we can't solve. >> i mean, if those are his wishes, let him be. but at the same time, if you donate money, you want to know
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where your money went. >> i honestly, think it's a mental health issue and not necessarily a homeless issue. >> he tried to say his name was jrew with a j. >> some money being collected -- >> that had nothing to do with me. first name was drew. not jrew. somebody named drew. they got fixed and they moved on. >> who are you? >> who are you? >> i'm lyanne. >> you have that many questions. >> lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. all right. here's proof that maybe some firefighters are born not made. this little boy in vacaville proved himself in the junior firefighter challenge. you can see he worked the hose like a pro. put this big teddy bear -- on facebook, the firefighters say the coat may be too big. seems the job is a perfect fit for the little guy. >> still to come, the president's threat following
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reports a journalist may have been killed inside saudi arabia's embassy. the inspirational message from a bay area kidnapping survivo
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we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> matt, good morning to you. we have a lot of fog and our red flag warning going into effect and the wind advisory. so we're anticipating those dry, northeasterly winds in highlighted area from the north and east bay hills through 12:00 p.m. tomorrow. so the northeast winds getting going throughout the morning hours. strongest tonight. and tonight is when we'll have the wind gusts from 45 to 60 miles an hour. and the possibility of fires starting and spreading quite easily. so in yellow from guerneville, and st. helena, napa and fairfield, you certainly feel
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the winds buffeting around today. it's cool, though. 52 in fremont and fog on the coast. partly cloudy skies throughout the day. as you go through the morning and early afternoon hours, it will be 76 in san ramon. by 2:00. 69 in oakland. comfortable but the winds and the warmer temperatures in our inland valleys that we'll be watching for you. 6:00 tonight. still that fog at the shoreline with 60s around the bay. matt? >> thanks, lisa. president trump welcomed the american pastor recently released from turkey to the white house. meantime, president trump answered questions about the investigation into the disappearance of a "washington post" reporter in turkey. here's abc 7 news reporter linda lopez with the details. >> "washington post" journalist jamal khashoggi was last seen entering the saudi arabia consulate on october 2nd. there's no evidence he ever left. turkish officials say they have audio and video proof that khashoggi was killed inside the consulate. the post quoting a source
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saying, you can hear his voice and the voices of men speaking in arabic. you can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered. "the new york times" publishing an opinion piece written by khashoggi's fiance in which she describes him as a man who loved his home country of saudi arabia. but left so he could continue to write about the issues he cared about. ? in a 60 minutes interview airing sunday night, the president spoke with the investigation. >> as of this moment they deny it. we're going to get to the bottom it and there will be severe punishment. >> the president has also said it will not affect the lucrative arms deal with riyadh. all this as he attended a make america great again ral any kentt w celebrated another tremendous victory for the american people. in the oval office of the white house, i welcomed home pastor andrew brunson, great man from turkey. >> the north carolina pastor was
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detained for two years convicted of terrorism and espionage connected to the attempted coup in turkey. brunson offering a prayer for the president saturday in the oval office. >> you give him supernatural wisdom to accomplish all the plans we have for this thun u. country. >> linda lopez, ashs new york. americans vote in less than a month and decide who speaks for them on capitol hill. you'll hear from one of president's top economic advisers and bernie sanders. you can see this week with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 a.m. on abc 7. "the new york times" is reporting jared kushner, president trump son-in-law paid almost no federal income taxes for years. he's also aouadser. lil beten while it might raise a few eyebrows given kushner's net worth, no laws were broken. tax laws allows for real estate
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ndit a wanted for pulling a ti. fast one on a beauty clinic near l.a. she now faces grand theft charges after she failed to pay for $5,000 worth of injections. she went by the name emily ross and after her procedure, she told them she left her wallet in her kwar and never returned. the credit card the woman used to hold the appointment was fake. >> she was extremely friendly and kind of in a hurry to leave. it seemed like she was a professional scam artist. >> this video of her was just released following the theft that happened september 25th. my botox l.a. has been open for seven years and says this is the first time that a customer skipped out on a payment. a napa county winemaker being accused of falsely labeling wines as a pinot noir. they have sent a letter to federal alcohol regulators.
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they're calling for an investigation into copper cane llc based in rutherford. he said he's working with investigators, but also that the controversy is a, quote, charade. the company does buy grapes from oregon to make some of its wines. the chp's eye in the sky caught a suspected peeping tom. helicopters happened to be flying over walnut creek. a man reportedly looking into windows and spotted the suspect immediately. police moved in and arrested him. a kidnapping survivor helped bay area families know where resource rs available to keep their kids safe. the mitzi sanchez foundation hosted an event invallejo. nchez wastive for two days before finding a way to escape. >> i love to share my story and i love to be vulnerable and let everybody know what i went through. i do that because i want
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families and kids to know that they have to be aware of their surroundings. they cannot trust everybody. but most importantly, they have to be prepared. >> yesterday there was a car show and activities for kids. safety awareness organizations set up booths are information about resources. parents got their kids fingerprinted for free and take home a do it yourself dna kit. kaiser provided us with this video of a drive through flu clinic. you can stick your arm out of the car window to get the vaccine and get cancer and diabetes screenings. hundreds of people were expected to attend in union city. kaiser hopes this official way to get a flu shot will encourage more people to get one. still ahead, aan t a holiday inn and ere.ino 7 on your side's michael finney, he asks him for help. here's a live look outside. the bay bridge. lisa argen will be in with your
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good morning. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. you can see traffic light out there this morning. weather is cool. but we have a red flag warning in effect. a street festival in san francisco had something for everyone. the ocean beach music and art festival had dj's, food trucks, bjerregaard ens and livemusic. also included children's activities and a pumpkin patch and if kids weren't digging the pumpkin patch, they could try their hand at drawing. >> people in the east bay have another opportunity to travel back in time today.
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yesterday abc 7 news was at jack london square for tours of the tall ship lady washington. through today visitors can experience maritime history by taking a tour for a small donation to the floating museum. she's a full-scale replica of the american vessel to make landfall on the west coast back in 1788 and the first american merchant ship to trade in honolulu, hong kong and japan. lisa is here. we've got the cool temperatures this morning. that's changing. >> that is changing. it's going to be interesting, though. the fog isn't going to totally clear the coast. it will be one of those days where we have the microclimates, but also the gusty offshore wind and warm temperatures inland. so from the emeryville camera, it's 57 degrees in oakland. thilght, tomorrow.d relative humidity drops. those winds could be gusting up to 50 and 60 miles an hour.
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details straight ahead. also next, costly turnovers.
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good morning. here's a live look at sfo. lisa says we're dealing with the fog this morning. in some spots you've got a red flag warning in effect for the day all the way through tomorrow at noon. in sports this morning, the raiders are going international. oakland takes on the seahawks in london at wembley stadium. kickoff at 10:00 a.m. 49ers play tomorrow night against the packers at lambeau field. you can watch it on abc 7 at 5:00 p.m. yesterday, cal tried to knock a losing streak against bruins. sports anchor mindi bach has the highlights in this morning's
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sports. >> cal hosted ucla and both schools entered the game 0-2 in pac-12 play. one team would leave the stadium with a first conference win and everyone will leave hearing the uc fight song way too many times. i've been to those games. they were looking for a quarterback. patrick laird gets the ball and he loses it. ucla recovers with good field position. joshua kell i have runs in easily to score. he had 114 yards in the first half. cal had 108. second quarter, ucla with a chance to add on more. third and goal. miscommunication between the quarterback and running back. dorian thompson robinson is sacked by johnson. ucla settled for a field goal. second half starts out better for cal. 12-play, 75-yard drive. ucla responded with an 83-yard drive. kelly scores for the second of three on thehad five turnovers .
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most in the fourth quarter. there was a forced fumble interception and that 38-yard fumble return for a touchdown all in the fourth quarter. ucla wins their first game and win it big. 37-7 the final. >> i think the energy was there. i think the effort was there. i don't think the execution was. we got to get back to the drawing boards and figure something out. we'll come up with a solution. >> total team loss. we didn't do anything well enough to win the game. we need everybody. we need everybody to perform better in the entire program. >> number 7 washington at number 17 oregon. we pick it up late in the second quarter. ducks down 7.n herbert scrambling. he finds jay ling red in the corner. it's reviewed. he's wearing bright neon yellow. did he get -- herbert threw for
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two touchdowns. a 43-yard score after that. it ties it up at 24. in the find seconds, henry, the freshman from danville for the 37-yarder, this is for the win. he just hooks it right. chris peterson can't believe it. in o.t., the huskies kicked a field goal and the ducks did it. storm the field at -- they win in overtime. 30-27. levi's stadium played host to san jose state's -- this is one of them. first play, the second quarter, calvin hopkins jr. finds a wide open jordan as berry. runs a triple option, the ground attack. it's sitting for the army. three rushing touchdowns to go along with his 99 yards onhe ground. 24 right there. spartans managed 171 yards of offense and had four turnovers.
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. that o rur an army rolls the spartans. san jose state now 0-6. the sharks are in action today. east coast road trip new jersey devils. you know the raiders are in london hosting the seahawks. we'll bring you all the highlights today starting at 5:00. until then, have a great day. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. hi everybody. sunday morning. you can see the fog from the picture. it's going to be a pleasant day in san francisco. not too hot. the fog will clear. the winds are an issue. gusty in the hills. in general, it's going to be a breezy afternoon. the winds are switching around to the northerly component. here we are from early this morning from throughout the afternoon. the north winds at about 17 miles an hour and then they should decrease through the rest of the afternoon. that's not bringing into play the winds and the north and east
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bay hills. wait until you see those. these are the actual general winds around the bay. as we look at the golden gate bridge, the visibility looks good as the deck has climbed to 2,000 feet, the fog. not an issue pretty low down. it is a great start. temperatures, though, have allowed for the numbers to not drop as far as they were yesterday. 2 to 6 degrees warmer here in the north bay. 4 degrees warmer in palo alto. the numbers look like this. 40s and 50s. 48 in novato and pacifica. 56 in hayward. livermore at 49. 52 in san jose. feel pretty typical out there. fog to petaluma. this will pull back. it's going to pull back from the coast for a time. but it's not totally going to go away. so we will look for that. we just lost that camera. we are looking at the cool conditions with the fog. the elevated fire danger in the hills. as we look at the amount of fog,
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you'll notice as it starts this morning, from the san mateo coast to the marin county coast, there it is pulling back around the goeltd en gate, stinson. around pacifica and half-moon day, a cool day in the 06s. on shore, say a couple hundred feet, a i mile or so from the beach. they will be out of the north and northeast. as we get going, the relative humidity 95% at oakland. we talk about this because it's a moisture. it's a measure of moisture in the atmosphere. as the winds pick up, the temperatures go up. by 3:00, there is less moisture in the air and the relative humidity down to 11%. that wind is going to be blowing all that tinder dry brush around for the next day. with no moisture and the fuels, we're concerned about this. by noontime tomorrow, we should have relative humidity up higher than that.
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we're not going to because of the color play coming into the north bay here. calistoga, 20 miles an hour in napa. by 9:00 tonight, this is when things ramp up. 30 to 40 miles per hour from napa to calistoga. that's sonoma. we're also looking at the winds continuing through the overnight hours. 44 miles an hour cloverdale. they're out of the east 6:00 monday morning. the yellow shades indicate still we are breezy and it's not until the afternoon on monday when we'll list the red flag warning. 80 today in santa clara. pleasant day there. into the 60s from the sunset, 72 downtown in the north bay in the low 80s from sonoma to napa. about 80 degrees for you today over around san leandro, 81 castro valley. inland, 83 in pitsburg. comfortable sleeping weather. shouldn't be uncomfortable like we have with the offshore
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events. upper 60s shoreline. upper 70s arn the bay. mid-80s inland. you download the accuweather app and keep track of the temperatures which will be about the same tomorrow. they begin to level off throughout the day. thank you, lisa. when you book a hotel far from home, you may wonder about the rooms and amenities. bay area father and son traveled 3,000 miles from home to find they didn't have a hotel at all. michael finney has their story. >> it was a trip of a lifetime for loren johnson and his 12-year-old son ryan. >> i had never been to new york before. >> father and son visited new york's famous sites. >> see the 9/11 memorial, times square, a yankees game a mets game. >> all before going upstate to the baseball hall of fame in cooperstown. then the main reason for the trip. ryan and his team played in the annual kids tournament in cooperstown. >> they were the -- >> it was all fun and games
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until they pulled up to their hotel. >> where am i? am i in the right place. >> he booked a room at the holiday inn express. when they arrived, the holiday inn wasn't there. >> this is the right address. but it's a quality inn. >> the holiday inn was now a quality inn and he didn't have a room there. >> i said i had a reservation. they said we don't have you in the system. >> he had paid for a week's stay at the holiday inn that wasn't there. holiday inn sent this confirmation notice to him the day before. >> i need someplace to stay. >> quality inn said he could book a room there at twice what he had already paid holiday inn. >> it brought a damper to the whole trip. >> back home, he contacted both hotels. neither provided a refund. >> i was getting nowhere and contacted 7 on your side. >> quality inn parent company choice hotels said it is typically the responsibility of the previous hotel
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contact guests and reaccommodate or cancel res vaerreservations. we are very sore that i we weren't able to reach mr. johnson in advance of the stay. both companies provided loren a full refund. >> loren didn't expect to get a free room. he wanted them to honor the deal. >> reward point for the original booking and the new hotel could not honor a discount from a competing company. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. coming up, the annual music festival that hits all the right notes.
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nobody picked the numbers so the jackpot swells to $345 million. the winning numbers from last night's $13 million super lotto plus drawing. 3, 23, 30, 38, 40 and the mega number 1. nobody picked all six numbers in that draw either. wednesday's jackpot increases to $14 million. fake a look at this. it's a cat in southern california that either loves water or is just very thirsty. the cat tore through a shower curtain to make a hole for his head. he pops in to drink the running water. he seems content as he laps up the shower water for more than 30 seconds. happening today, the sound of many bands fill the air on the peninsula during a fundraiser to support school music programs. >> ♪ >> the marching bands from stanford and uc davis will headline at the 16th annual save the music festival at belmont
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twin pines park this morning at 11:30. you can hear bands from austin middle school and karma high school. all proceeds benefit music education in the belmont, redwood shores school district. next at 6:00 a.m., firefighters on edge in parts of the bay area because of a red flag warning. lisa argen will have your forecast. how senator camilla harris is signaling she may be planning to enter the 2020 presidential race.
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good morning. thanks for joining us on this sunday. october 149. i'm matt keller. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. lisa? >> matt, good morning to you. we're starting out with a good deal of fog. it's moved inside the bay. it's keeping us cool this morning. by the afternoon, the temperatures will have those full microclimates once again. there's also a red flag warning in effect that lasts through 12:00 tomorrow afternoon. for the north and east bay hills, part of the santa clara county there around mt. hamilton, you can see it's highlighted. the winds are switching around to the northeast, 20 to 35 miles per hour. the gusts later on tonight could be in excess of 50 and 55 miles an hour. from the north bay, from sonoma, to napa, the highlighted areas once again, just like last weekend, very, v


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