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. >> breaking news from the peninsula on rollins road. an ongoing investigation centered on this facility you're looking a. we are told agents responded to the scene last night. we are not clear why they with were there. it does come one week after a potentially explosive device addressed to tom was found at the same was more than a dozen.
you can see postal workers there. it appears there is business being conducted. you see people working there right now. not an evacuation right now. we are told that the public is safe. we don't dmknow if this investigation is related to last week's male devices that were sent. we do have phone calls out. we'll have ongoing up dates on the abc 7 news app for breaking development. thousands of striking marriott hotel workers are about to head to city hall for an emergency hearing. i now lasted nearly one thanks for joining us. us. us. .
abc 7 news reporter is live at city hall. marriott is not sending executives to this meeting, right? >> reporter: that's right. the supervisor is very disappointed the marriott said they will not be sending anybody to this hearing. the union is very excited about this hearing hoping it is a good sign. they will be here and are very pumped up. there's something new you couldn't see or >> supervisor calledtoy'sit t e marriott to come and explain the situation. >> they sent me a long letter of
excuses. i'm frustrated with marriott. >> the workers have been strook for almost a guests say it is 15. >> i was on the >> i'm sympathetic to them. >> he said the marriott gave him extra points to make up for the issue. >> everything was staffed. everything was good. >> marriott won't comment on what it is costing the company but they are hoping that today's hearing will help the
>> reporter: can the city put on pressure onto get to an agreement? the marion ceo has said that his workers are well compensated. the marriott will not be at this hearing but she plans to proceed with the hearing as planned. it is set for noon here at city hall. abc 7 news. >> thank you. the ground won't stop shaking in san today. this is southeast the largest had a magnitude 4.0. no reports of any injuries or damage. just want to say it three times to make sure i can still say
that. >> very busy for them. >> the winds with going to pick up. it will cause issues heading into the weekend. the fire danger is going to bring us gorgeous warm weather. on the other side of that we have a huge area. this is 3.5 million people. it starts at midnight and goes through 6:00 sunday morning. for the rest of us in the bay area it starts an hour later. it is pretty much the same thing. you can see by tonight the areas you see in yellow and orange. it tapers for saturday morning. we are gusting very strong. during the overnight hours saturday night into sunday the winds are fastest along the north bay and the coast.
hope we get some rain. he is ramping up his rhetoric on immigration and asylum seekers ahead of the midterm elections. we are live with the president's final push. >> four days out from midterm elections and the trump administration was welcomed with a very strong jobs report. >> if you don't want america to be overrun by masses of illegal aliens and giant caravans you better vote republican. >> ramping up his rhetoric to rally the pras m many are hundreds of mile. the president says he'll be sending thousands of troops and
he is promising a new executive order on those seeking asylum. he wants to >> we have thousands of tents. we have a lot of everything. we'll hold them. >> president trump making the false claim that it was president obama who separated immigrant families at the border and that it was trump who reunited them. >> under president obama they separated children from the parents. we actually put it so that it doesn't massachusetts what happens is you get thousands of people. >> reporter: he has been using this hard line rhetoric every day for the last three weeks.
jerry brown is in the bay area. governor brown pushed for an increase to raise money for road and bridge repairs. up until now the government remained silent on issues in the upcoming election. you can count on abc 7 next tuesday. abc news network will have coverage beguning at 5:00. we'll have more on abc 7 news at 9:00 and then 11:00 right here. expanding this year. this week it welcomes a brand new airline specializing in flights in and around california. we are live now from the airport with the big celebration for the launch of california pacific aiin>> rorr: hi. celebrating igay
people here have a destination in southern california. water cannons welcome the first morning flight for california pacific airlines. inside a lot of smiles for passengers. he is the nephew of the airlines founder. >> my uncle is delighted. >> it started service from carlsbad to reno. getting the new airline off the ground has been a grind. it has taken nine years to take flight in california. >> it is a challenge both with the department of transportation and regulations and faa
leglations. >> it is the most popular destination. carlsbad lost the only passenger service. >> tourism and tech. this is located next to lego land. it is huge for families. >> we have a lot of companies located in the north county area. they do a lot of travel to go the son jose region. rrchlt tickets start at $99. halloween revelers got a fright they did not expect. >> we were telling him to stop and let us off. he wouldn't stop. >> the highway horror. the three reasons this is
guardrail two more remain missing. no one is believed to have survived. these people are scrambles out of a shutting bus. they were headed to a haunted house. the passengers realized it was taking three times as long as it should. they were begging the driver to pull over. >> i was like listen. at this point it's kidnapping. you can't hold us like this. i stood up and he nailed me in the stomach and knock med into the street. >> someone called 911. authorities showed up and arrested the driver for kidnapping. he claimed he was trying to find
good place to stop. . fans recorded several brutal fights in the substantial doubts. one involved one beating up another fan. police say they made several arrests mainly for public intoxication but some were for assault. and then there was this, a 49 chair leader seen kneeling. the 49ers team did not want comment on this. as for the actual game there's something to be smiling his twitter account became verify ch it was the final battle of the bay ch. halloween may be over but
welcome back. temperatures are very comfortable. we are 60 at half-moon bay. we have been dealing with fog a lot. mid-to upper 60s around the let's talk about what's going to happen in here is the change. here is the difference from yesterday to today. te marine layer is back and so is some of that sticky fog. tomorrow and sunday will be much easier. coastal clouds high fire danger and we'll get temperatures falling back towards the middle part of next week. it will be the first full week of november.
a running tally for portland. the storm trek remains. notice the high pressures are getting pinched as this cold front slides down. we get on the backside of that and the dry breezes develop. it will be very comfortable outside. temperatures still above average. mid-to upper 70s across the bay. low to mid-80s. you head up the peninsula. mid-60s along the coast today. no more 70s o o o o o o o o o francisco. sit 75 in rifrp it is another perspective of the temporary change from today. let's see how we play out.
if you're heading out until 8:00 mid-to upper 60s f t us. we drop down from the mid-to upper 50s. so temperatures below a thousand feet. for those of us that live above a thousand feet it will be mid-50s. we are in the 60s and 70s on monday and tuesday. >> all right. no excuses not to vote. weather is just great. >> yes. we do have praek news. alex baldwin has been arrested in new york city at his home. it is not a domestic dispute. it was a random person on the street of a dispute over parking. baldwin will be charged with assault. no word if he wez set to appear where he has been portraying president trump.
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