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they have a nice commissary where you can get soft drinks and sandwiches. not full service, but certainly it still works. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the corporate office did not talk about business lost due to the strike. the ceo was invited to the hearing but won't attend. the next session is scheduled for next week. reporting live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> amy, thank you. google employees are vowing to keep putting pressure on their company to take sexual misconduct cases seriously. sky7 view over the mountain view headquarters as a with employeeo discrimination and harass many cases. google executives were given
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multimillion dollar severance packages. hi, everybody. here's the big story. yeah, the red flag warning. the fire danger we talked about yesterday is coming to fruition. 1:00 tomorrow northern through 6:00 sunday morning. same areas north bay mountains, diablo range above 1,000 feet. dangerously low humidity. with the wind blowing things spark easily and they could rapidly advance. a little more sunshine. just not quite as warm. in the afternoon hours, 60s at the coast. mid-70s around the bay. low 80s inland. let's see how the morning commute is going. >> we are incident free. hoping we can hold onto that. a couple slowdowns due to road work. hopeful live it will clear up shortly. 205 before mountain house, slow out of tracy. 580 is wide open after you get past that.
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two people and a dog are without a home after a big fire in engel side. a neighbor took this cell phone
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video of flames shooting through the roof at around 10:00 last night. this home is on capital avenue near thrift street. fire officials say they are still investigating how that fire started. in the east bay, the family of a man shot and killed by open police officers is react to go body camera video just released by the department. >> get your hands off the gun! >> owing land police officers shot and killed joshua pollack in march. we are not showing all the body camera video because it is graphic. a lawyer for pollack's mother said the gun was near him but he was lying down while shot. >> at no time did he get up, make an aggressive move toward anyone. >> pollack's family is pursuing legal action against the police department. in a statement, the department says, the oakland police department acknowledges any officer-involved shooting is heartbreaking for all involved and impacts our entire community.
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officials said they can't comment on the case because of an internal investigation that's going on. >> in the east bay, police at uc berkeley are searching for these men. they are suspected of stealing laptops on the two campus buildings. they have not said how many laptops are taken but they have all been recovered. police are asking anyone who knows information to contact their department. it is your voice, e jerry brown in the bay area on prop 6. up until now the governor remained silent? this upcoming election >> president trump is stepping up his handling of his hard-line immigration rhetoric. for the first time he said u.s. troops could open fire on migrants at the border if rocks are thrown. here's abc news reporter alana
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zach. >> reporter: good morning. president trump will deny asylum claims to anyone entering legally. they need to appear at a port oven try. president trump is campaigning hard against a group of migrants seeing asylum and illegal immigrants. he may deploy 15,000 troops to the border, the same number to fight the taliban in the troops at the border are only supposed to offer low gist cal support for border patrol, but the president said military force could be engaged if they throw rocks. >> if they throw rocks like they did at the mexican military and police, i say consider it a rifle. >> reporter: it prompted the former chair of the joint chiefs of staff, a wasteful deployment of over stretched soldiers and marines would be made much worse
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if use of force is used. according to the latest abc news/"washington post" poll independents have eggs pressed broad dissatisfaction with president trump. so turning out the base becomes essential for republicans. lana zak, abc news, washington. >> you can count on abc 7 for live election coverage next tuesday. abc news will have coverage of the biggest races around the country beginning at 5:00 p.m. live local election coverage on abc 7 news on kofy tv 20 and here at 11:00 p.m. on abc 7. >> you are never more than 7 minutes away from my a accuweather forecast. let's start with neighborhood numbers. 53 in oakland. 60, alameda. hayward, fremont, 57. castro valley, 55. orinda, 59 depress. gorgeous skies this morning.
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beautiful view from east bay hills. visibility in half moon bay down to one mile. it could spr golden gate bridge. something to keep an eye on this morning. mass transit and the ferry, a little breezy this afternoon. no small craft advisory. north bay, 52 this morning. 72 at noon. 80 for the afternoon hours. heading out this evening, light jacket weather under the stars at 64 degrees. san francisco 81 degrees yesterday. today will be in the upper 60s . for the south bay, how about a lot of sunshine. khoudz in the afternoon hours. we start to push into the upper 70s at noon time, pretty nice, 73. under the stars at about 65 degrees. if you liked yesterday's warmth, it will compete this weekend. we're hoping for friday light today. >> so far we're got it.
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no incidents to talk about this morning. just overnight road work at this early hour. northbound 880 closed for the road demolition at 23rd. you're averaging just about 4 miles per hour as everyone is funneled over, forced off the interstate. westbound 580 is wide open. as long as you're not in a big rig, that is your best alternate. fair hreur light drive times. we're in the yellow, but it's not bad. tracy to dublin, 36 minutes. dublin to mission boulevard, 14 minutes. 101 to cupertino in the green at 16 minutes. thanks, alexis. an east bay community building a better bay area by tackling a big problem head-on. it's dropping the hammer on illegal dumping. >> this shouldn't be a surprise to anybody that we have visitors from ukraine. >> shock and anger in the north >> shock and anger in the north bay after proposition 11 solves two issues.
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first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. notice when we're under a high fire danger, so is central sraefplt valley. it will go through 6:00 sunday morning. 3 polyp 5 million people under the gun. take a look at temperatures.
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71 in monterey, afternoon sunshine. low to mid-80s in san diego, los angeles. 92 in palm springs. a week's worth of weather in tahoe where a record high is possible today. we get back to average in the mid-to upper 50s next week. thank you, mike. residents are angry about what they call an international incident. a friendship exchange with ukraine has been canceled. local members of the world friends organization had planned to bring in seven visitors for a weekend dinner honoring 25 years of sister cityhood. but their visas were blocked with no explanation. we spoke with them on the phone. take a listen. >> the only thing i can think of is the new policy of your new nw
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president that your world is not as open as it used to be. >> i'm embarrassed of our goff. i'm angry. and very, very sad that our friends can't come visit us. >> the planned celebration dinner with 200 guests will still be held tomorrow. >> abc 7 is committed to building a better bay area. we are putting more time, resources and reporting on areas that impact your life. in the east bay, a new plan for illegal trash dumping along roads and creeks in contra costa county. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas has more on that. >> it's an eyesore. >> reporter: it's that and a lot more. >> it starts with household trash but you could literally furnish a whole house with what we find.
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>> reporter: dumping is visible even at the no dumping signs. they travel this every day and they are not happy with the view. >> you see mattresses, washers and dryers. it is disgusting how people just dump trash and think they can get away with it. >> it's a with all 660 miles of road we have in the county. >> reporter: joe with public works said his crews pick up trash at all the troubled spots once a month. when it comes to keeping up -- >> we can't. >> reporter: so public works and health department put together this report on illegal dumping. the county spent $1.2 million picking up illegally dumped trash. still it rose 14% from 2016 to 2017 and is expected to rise another 5% this year. the report
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illegal hammer. it is $1,000 for a fine. not so much for for a cracker who thinks he can get away with it enough time to make it pay off. eric thomas, abc 7 news. >> contra costa county says if you see illegal dumping, call the non-emergency number right away. it affects all of us no matter where you live. use this #betterbayarea to join on twitter and on facebook. with halloween over, it's time for another sweet and tasty bay area treat. recreational crab season opens tomorrow. abc 7 was in san mateo county yesterday as boaters were loaded up. they will have 12 days to catch what they can before the commercial season starts. there are some limits. people are allowed to bring back only 10 crabs. in the years past we have
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been talki about the aci it is cool we are going to be on time and we will have some crabs. >> the water has been clean. if you get that fresh crab and bread, it's all good. invite us over, please. hopefully you're just getting up with us and seeing this. quiet in san jose. clear and 56 degrees. it's not going to be quite as warm as yesterday. still warmer than average. we have really persistent clouds along the coast where we are seeing clouds right now. high fire danger develops tonight. that will extend into sunday. highs will pull back as we head into next week. all right. we're still seeing a lot of 80s out there. san jose, morgan hill, tkpeul roy. everyone else in the mid to upper 70s, including santa cruz. low to mid-70s for most of the peninsu peninsula.
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mid-60s today. still a great day to be outside in san francisco. upper 70s, low 80s through the north bay valleys. along the east bay shore, mid to upper 70s. our last microclimates, east bay, valleys, low 80s. tonight we're going to have 40s in the deep 6th of our north bay valleys, east bay valleys. the winds above ft wl keep us in the upper 50s to low 60s. that's going to springboard us to another near record day saturday. enjoy the extra hour of sleep saturday night into sunday. temperatures in the 60s and sunday where they should be next week. here's alexis. good morning, mike. the only thing on the board is road work. a nice quiet start to the friday morning commute. just a little bit of a slowdown westbound 80 between gill man and powell. several lanes will be closed until 5:00 this morning. a small stretch of yellow. as you head through the berkeley stretch toward emeryville.
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so far so good for mass transit. 28 bart trains in service with no delays. normal service for san francisco bay ferry. >> thanks, a alexis. a new forecast predicts we will spend a lot more during the holiday season. >> fewer of us are buying new smartphones. >> in today's "tech bites", online holiday sales skyrocketing. consumers will spend $124 billion online, nearly 15% more than last year. cyber monday will be the busy 6th day, followed by black friday. and what's not selling like it used to are smartphones. >> a new report shows global sales have fallen four straight quarters. lack of design is among the slump. samsung is the global leader with 20% of the market. a new film from orson wells debuts today on netflix. >> it is the story of a
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fictional director making his comeback. he worked on it in the '70s but financing got in the way. netflix helped to pay for the finished product. >> those are your "tech bites". >> have a great day. as we approach the holiday season, abc 7 and our parent company disney are dedicated to helping food blanks. >> david lily presented a $15,000 check on behalf of abc 7 and disney in san jose yesterday. the money will help them buy fresh produce to distribute to families in santa clara and san mateo counties. they serve 260,000 people every month. individual donations. every dollar you give equals two healthy meals. it is a good way to funnel your money into a great cause >> every dollar counts. absolutely. more than a million toyota vehicles are being recalled. find out this morning if your car is safe. from the hard court to movie
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screens. a special documentary project. what it takes to craft anchor steam's christmas ale. >> nbc 7 new year challenge. four reporters, four ways to trel one lousy commute. >> go, go, go. everybody, go. >> we are monitoring everybody's progress. >> to see the lights change from green, red, green again. >> what's the fastest way across the bay? in the time it took leigh-ann just to get off the bay bridge, we had a winner. >> public transportation is the way to go. definitely. bart. >> challenged by your commute? tell us about it. tell us about it. share your proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." all right. here's a look at the drought monitor. you can see things haven't changed much in the past week or so. even though we had an abnormally dry october. october doesn't get much rain anyway. so the that is staying where it is. that could change into november. we'll keep an eye on it. you can add at another title to steph curry's resume, executive producer. his production company, unanimous media, teamed up with viola davis as executive directors on a documentary. it is called emmanuel.
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it is about the 2015 mass church shooting in charleston, south carolina. 21-year-old dylann roof shot and killed nine african-americans during their closing prayer of bible study. it will be featured at the documentary festival november 14th and 15th. >> we would love to see that. toyota is recalling millions of vehicles worldwide because of faulty air bags. in the u.s., it affects 17,000 scion from 2004 to 2006. it is an electrical short that can deactivate air bags or cause systems to deploy inadvertently. dealerships will replace the control unit. other cars in japan and europe are part of the recall. happening today, celebrations coming to san francisco. hundreds of people will take part in the mission district. it begins at 6:00 don't o'brien street between 19th and 24th.
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the festival will be at garfield park. the public is invited to bring flowers, candles and mementos. >> if you haven't been, check it out. it is something to see. >> very fascinating. and people wearing heavy coates. you won't need that tonight. temperatures will be in the low to mid-60s. here's november in redwood city. start off mild, 70 and 47. we drop to 47 and 42. november is the month where we see the biggest drop in temperatures the entire year. we have been as cold as 23 and as warm as 87. nearly two and a half inches of rain. yeah. that would be great, wouldn't it. livermore, pretty much the same as redwood city. 60 and 41. 93 and a little bit colder on the cold side, the 2. not much rain. an inch and three-quarters.
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here's alexis. >> already. we are looking pretty good on the roads so far this morning. the bay bridge toll plaza, don't have a stackup in the cash lanes right now. so things are looking great. usually a little bit later than that on a friday morning. a quick check on 580, tracy to dublin, 34 minutes. antioch to concord in the green at 14. san rafael to san francisco, looking great at 17 minutes. alexis, thank you. a legendary brewery is popping the cap on a san francisco tradition. is. anchor steam releasing its christmas al he. abc 7 got an inside look at the steam brewing process. they have been kicking off the holiday season with a special ale for nearly half a century. he said no two versions are exactly alike. >> there are four of us sitting around the table talking about
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this as early as april. and we really start planning it out ahead of time. we will make test brews, taste it and decide, you know, how to craft it a little further and how to make it more interesting each year. >> if you want to sample this year's offering for yourself, anchor is offering tours and tastings at its san francisco brewery. cheers! oprah 2020. how does that sound? next at 5:00, the icon answers the questions on everyone's minds. is she going to run for president? >> how many times does she have to answer this? here's something you did not see during last night's raiders/niners game, the most talked about moment this morning. the only thing more entertaining than this great white
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>> there it is. the most talked about moment from last night's 49ers/raiders game. >> a cheerleader takes awe knee during the anthem. what we know this morning. >> it is 5:00 a.m. on, thank goodness, friday, november 2nd. >> let's check in with meteorologist mike nicco. >> it will be back as strong as yesterday tomorrow. the offshore wind event that develops and brings us unfortunately a high fire danger. starting at 1:00 tomorrow morning through 6:00 sunday morning. above 1,000 feet. critical fire conditions develop. we're waking up in the low to mid-50s. stay in the low 60s at the coast. that is completely different than yesterday. the fog is back there. 68 to 74 at noon.
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