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baseball hall of famer and san francisco giants graham -- great willie mccovey died this afternoon at stanford hospital. he was 80 years old. >> you can't help but hatchback over the memories on the field and off the field. >> the ceo of the giants said that he may be the most beloved giant in team history. good evening. >> the giants said he had been battling ongoing help issues but they didn't release the exact cause of death -- death. some fans have been coming to at&t park to pay tribute. the flags were lowered at the ballpark and his number 44 was displayed on the scoreboard.
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>> as scott reiss reports, he had a brilliant career that pointed him in the hall of fame. >> reporter: willie mccovey was the complete package. he was so menacing at the plate that he was called the scariest hitter in baseball. it was almost contradictory to the raw power with which he swung the bat, the precision and grace with which he fielded his position. in fact, his defense earned him the nickname stretch. it was his persona that truly secure his place in fans hearts. he was warm, engaging and instrumental in securing his status as the first san francisco giants hero. he didn't step into the pigs big scene he burst into it in 1959 going for-4 in his debut against robin roberts.
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he went on to hit 354, on route to being named national league rookie of the year. through seasons later he led the giants to the world series against the yankees. in game seven, trailing 1-0 with runners on second and third, he strode to the plate for what hook -- would become his most famous at bat. >> i thought everyone else thought it was going to win the series. >> reporter: bobby richardson's catch into the game, the yankees won the series in willie mccovey never reach the fall classic. the tonight that success, the individual accolades came fast and furious. six times national league all- star. in 1969, most valuable player, all the while combining with willie mays to form one-two
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punches. he finished his 22 seasons as one of the most prolific left- hand hitters in baseball history. 521 home runs, more than 2200 hits in 2200 rbis. a slamdunk for cooperstown where he was inducted in the hall of fame in 1986. >> i was inducted by the city of san francisco where i have always been welcome like the golden gate bridge and cable cars i have been made to feel like a landmark. >> reporter: the willie award given annually is his legacy and of course the statue that sits adjacent to the cove that bears his name. a fitting resting spot. just like the ones he sent soaring into the stands for parts of four different decades. willie mccovey was truly a baseball giant, dead at the age of 80. >> tributes are pouring in for
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willie mccovey not just as a ballplayer but as a friend and inspiration to those who followed. this one is from hunter penn who tweeted, willie mccovey, the spirit a baseball lives in you. rest in peace. bill russell wrote, i am extremely sad to hear of the passing of my dear friend, san francisco giants legend willie mccovey. i will always have fond memories of him. our thoughts are with his family. others are also weighing in. for more remembrances, we are going to employee -- amber lee . >> reporter: fans have been stopping here at the willie mccovey statute. there telling me he loved to talk baseball and she was described as a humble man with a special ability to connect with people. >> reporter: at&t park, home of
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the san francisco giants, is quiet and serene on this wednesday night. some giants fans came to reminisce about willie mccovey. >> i was fortunate enough to be a batboy during spring training and he came over and i didn't actually know who he was at the time but he put his arm around me and we talked baseball. >> willie mccovey gave a lot to simply just go. >> reporter: former mayor brown talked about his friends contribution to the city and baseball. >> when you think of the san francisco giants, no matter who else plays for the team it is still mays, willie mccovey no matter what. that is the brand.>> reporter: the three willies, himself, willie mccovey and willie mays
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throwing out the first pitch at a giants game. >> willie mays through first write down the center and the catcher caught it. willie mccovey three second and he did around about overhead. i did third and i wrote it. willie mccovey grabbed me and said, you did it! >> reporter: near union square, his photo is on the wall. he retire pastor told me about their friendship and shared with me about his wedding when he would when williams was invited to speak. >> -- >> reporter: announcer john miller described him as one of the all-time great players of the game. >> is very sad because he was one of the giants living monuments. >> he wasn't arrogant at all. even throughout his later years he was loyal to the giants.>>
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reporter: willie mccovey retired in 1980. many fans we met never saw him play yet they came to pay respects. team officials say there will be a public memorial with details announced at a later date. mark is joining us. you have interviewed him over the years. what stands out about him? >> what stands out about this day is that i feel emotionally drained. i think i speak for a lot of giant fans who grew up in this bay area and followed the giants. back then, every game was not on tv. >> you listened on the radio. >> the way they would describe him was as an intimidating figure striding to the plate.
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it was mays, mccovey and you can't help but feel a piece of your childhood is taken away. he brought those kind of memories. what i think about willie in recent years as everyone knows he had numerous surgeries on both knees, a couple of them were botched and didn't work out as planned. this man never made that about his life. he loved baseball. you wanted see him complaining about it. you could talk all day about his statistics, his career. he was still joyful. he still loved the game of baseball. so many statistics to try -- tell the true story but you can't help of of him going for- 4 in his first game as a major
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legal. he was going against robert robertson. he was agile enough to play out bill. he was actually pretty fast. that is the same -- shamed that the knee injuries took it away. when he retired he liked golf and even that was taken away from him and he spent much of his latter days in a wheelchair. like i say, he didn't let that define his life. he was still smile and talk about the game. he was unbelievably go to every giant home game even though it was an absolute ordeal to get him into his box upstairs. i remember one of my first assignments was to cover the day he actually retired as a giant. >> that i stand here at the end
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of a long and successful career , however i am sad because that career has to come to an end. thank you, ladies and gentlemen for helping making this the happiest day of my life. if there is a second life i would like to come back as a major-league baseball player. thank you for being here. >> if there is a second life he would like to come back as a major-league player. i think that sums it up. 21.5, 22 years in the major leagues. people forget that he played briefly for the oakland a's. it is an incredible memory and
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it feels like a little piece of your child could -- childhood taken away. >> it was said so eloquently that he was probably my most beloved giant in history. >> when the giants moved here in 1958, willie mays was obvious start. but he was about new york in millie -- many ways. he was the first real san francisco giants history and the fans latched onto him. you could make the case that he was the most passionate. >> he just got married couple of months ago. >> we will be back with more. >> thank you, mark. >> at 10:30 we will hear from the ceo of the giants, including his thoughts on willie mccovey's recent
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wedding that he attended. the man suspected of opening fire in a pittsburgh synagogue has been indicted. the crimes he has been charged with plus an update on the survivors recovery. it is not a bad night for trick-or-treating. we will talk about how that went down to what is coming up, which is a bit of a warm up. kids in the bay area are dressed up for halloween. we will check in with costumes and see how one community had to improvise because most homes do not have doorbells. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off
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kids all around the bay area just up to go trick-or- treating. in downtown alameda, kids were visiting businesses to asked -- to ask for candy. a lot of adults took part in the fun as well. >> it was a similar scene in berkeley for kids and parents. the city close down so families could trick-or-treat without worrying about vehicle traffic. >> one neighborhood didn't have doors to knock on but still managed to go trick-or- treating. >> the neighborhood was damaged by fires but didn't let them stop them tonight. it was a trunk or treat tonight. >> reporter: one year after the fire, there are not many
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doorbells to ring so everyone improvised.>> reporter: it was a scary and sweet as any halloween night, but on wheels. car tracks and truck beds decorated and laden with candy so kids could prowl their own streets. organizers say that during rebuilding everyone feels split. >> people keep asking me if i'm going home. now i'm going to the rental. >> reporter: they expect to be back but this event is as much for adults as children. >> we don't really have neighborhood really. we just wanted to be a part of this. >> there is still the community here and people here. >> reporter: many people say that last halloween was a blur. survivors were in shock,
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contemplating first steps and overwhelmed by disaster. >> we finally remembered what we did. we went trick-or-treating with other families. >> reporter: 32 families are in new homes with 150 moving in in february. >> it will never be the same. >> reporter: the williams family had been back for a month with their can you ready. they were showing halloween spirit but they admit it is a spooky neighborhood into quiet at night. >> you forget there was a wildfire but when morning comes and you open the blinds you look around and it is really sad.>> reporter: on the rebuild our to post from -- scorched post from their old fence. >> it was from a tree that used to stand right there. >> reporter: that is the essence of moving forward.
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blending the present with the past. >> we would run out of candy, there will be hundreds of kids. >> reporter: this would cause the area halloween payday. with the new build will come new memories. >> it is reflective of traditions but we also have to go with new things because nothing is the same.>> reporter: tonight >> reporter: or treat was strategically located on the edge of what everyone calls the standing. these are the homes that were left standing by the fire. that way kids could easily reconnect with old friends. everyone still feels very scattered. >> it is nice to see them able to get out and do what they were doing. thank you, debora . authorities in marin took steps
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to keep kids safe by searching 31 homes were sex offenders and dui offenders live. they may one arrest for a parole violation and seized for cell phones and a tablet for further investigation. police and probation officials say they wanted to ensure that offenders are compliant with the terms of their probation. albany police are looking for a man accused of using adult alert young girls into his truck. this occurred monday morning. the girls tried to help capture the dog in the man later appeared in the truck and asked the girls to get in and help him look for the animal. they ran for help and told their parents. >> i think parents should definitely teach their kids. a lot of kids come over here to pet my dog and they would follow her anywhere.
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>> the man is driving a full- size white truck with a camper shell. google is responding to reports that employees will walk out in protest of google's handling of sexual harassment allegations. as many as 1500 employees are said to be taking part at google offices around the world including the headquarters in mountain view. this comes after reports that google paid $90 million to a top executive to leave the company after claims he coerced an employee into performing a sex act. google says they are aware and will support employees who want to participate. a statement from google says, employees have raised constructive ideas with how to improve our policies and processes going forward. we are taking in all feedback so we can turn these ideas into action. bill martin joins us with a quick look at the halloween weather. >> it turned out to be a beautiful night for the kids and older folks out there. we had numbers in the 70s and 80s and that translated into a nice evening. temperatures this evening in the 60s. the salesforce building is lit up and it is a neat little
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night. it seems one out of every three halloween's we have a brush with rain but it looks like we dodged that bullet. we do have clouds coming in. we will see a few partly cloudy conditions tomorrow but still warm. it is warm outside in many locations. 64 concord, 64 fremont, 64 san jose. tomorrow the high temperatures will be in the mid-80s in several spots. we will look at the 5-day forecast and we are looking for rain. i was you back here in a couple of breaks. pg&e defended its decision to shut off power to thousands of customers. the report that says the decision was necessary to keep people safe. the warriors
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and the pelicans were at oracle. mark will have your highlights later. the president is standing firm on his stance on birthright citizenship. why he says all it takes is a vote from congress to and that right that is protected by the u.s. constitution.
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big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before.
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now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. pg&e is responding to
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criticism about shutting off power to thousands in northbay earlier this month. in a report submitted to the california public utilities commission, they said the decision was made out of a concern for safety, given the high winds could've damaged equipment and sparked a fire. about 60,000 customers experienced outages between october 14 and october 17. the report pointed out there were no fires as results of downed power lines or damaged equipment. many residents were upset they didn't receive adequate warning. the search is on for a man from arizona who finished. he was last traced to a park in marin county. he was on a cross-country road trip and plan to meet up with family in new orleans. his motorcycle was found abandoned off the trail in miwok park. investigators say he used his credit card in san francisco in august but nothing since.
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his family is very concerned because they have not heard from him. a woman accused of killing a father and his baby girl in a drunk driving crash in walnut creek was charged with murder today. family members say that hector garza was a loving husband and proud dad. he was driving home last thursday evening when his car was one of three hit by an alleged >> reporter: driver on south broadway in walnut creek. police say the suspect had a blood alcohol level well above the legal limit. a multivehicle crash on interstate 80 in hayward has left two people dead. it shut down the freeway for hours overnight. it occurred around 10:41 northbound 880 at whipple.
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at your best was going at least 65 miles per hour when it came upon stop and go traffic and crashed into a lexus in front. the driver of the lexus was killed. the tour bus crashed into another car, pushing it into the back of a ups semi. the driver of the second car also died. >> the loss of life in the amount of people that it impacted and affects is all bad. we hate to see any accidents where anybody gets hurt. when people actually die it's even worse. >> the two people who died have been identified as richard lumumba and reni rodriguez of hayward. there were no passengers on the tour bus and the driver was not injured. loved ones mourn the death of 11 people shot and killed in a synagogue in pittsburgh, pennsylvania. more funerals were held today as the suspected shooter was indicted and graham work was late so he could end up facing the death penalty. more on the death of giants great willie mccovey. we will hear from one of the people who knew him best and about the relationship. >> he taught lessons about humility, grace and honor is
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being able to take fame and use it the right way.
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tonight we are remembering
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the life and career of willie mccovey who died today at the age of 80 after battling with ongoing health issues. tributes have been pouring in. >> the ceo of the giants, larry baer shared his memories . we continue coverage live from city hall.>> reporter: city hall is scheduled to be lit up in orange tonight for halloween but it is such a fitting tribute to willie mccovey, who were the color as a giant in the city's history. willie mccovey passed away in the hospital . larry baer spoke with us hours after leaving the hospital and shared some of his thoughts and memories . >> you can't help but flashback on all the memories on the field with him. for all of us and off the field. >> reporter: larry baer was at the hospital with willie mccovey's family grieving. he
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remembers having the honors presiding over his wedding last august. >> that is something you wanted to do. he knew his health was pretty fragile and he wanted to give her a ring and let her know how deeply he cared for her. >> reporter: he said it was an amazing service will a baseball hall of famer's. his wife said, every moment he will be terribly missed. he was my best friend and husband. living life without him will never be the same. his daughter allison also said, i am grateful that my father passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends while listening to his favorite sports channel. larry baer said he never let his health problems keep them from the game. >> it was hard to see is just -- to see him go through the pain. he had so many surgeries in difficult ailments but never affected him coming to games
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and going into the clubhouse and asking the guys to support the drives for the junior giants.>> reporter: he said he was always there for younger players as an inspiration and role model. >> will he would be in spring training and be present in they could talk to him and talk about his experience going through good times and tough times. >> reporter: he remembers his sense of humor that was vibrant until the end. >> i sat on his lap during a science -- signing session as a kid. i mentioned this recently and he kept his sense of humor and said, yeah, that is the reason why i got so many knee surgeries. you sitting on my lap. >> reporter: a san francisco legend, remembered and loved. >> he taught me life lessons about humility, grace and honor and being able to take fame and handle it the right way. >> reporter: larry baer says
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the giants organization will be working with his family to plan some sort of tribute . he says he knows the people in the bay area will want to honor the legacy and wife of willie mccovey. >> that quote from his wife just getting married back in august and saying my life without him will never be the same, it is so touching. you can tell listening to larry baer talk, how much of an impact willie had on him. >> reporter: it has definitely been an emotional day. the fact that he came straight from the hospital and wanted to share with pretty much all of the news organizations. he shared those memories and you mentioned the wedding. he talked about how will he wanted to put the ring on her finger. that was something he said was that generous barrett that willie mccovey had that he will never forget. >> i just got chills hearing you say that. thank you.
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for more on his impact a baseball you can head over to where you can find more videos from our archives. the justice department has taken preliminary steps to have the suspects in saturday synagogue shooting put to death. 11 people died in that attack. today federal prosecutor secure indictments on 44 counts. david le miller has more from pittsburgh. ♪ >> reporter: as mourners pay their respects to the victims of saturday's shooting rampage at tree of life synagogue, a federal grand jury indicted the a legend gunman. he faces 44 counts including hate crimes. among the charges are 11 counts of a construction of free exercise of religious beliefs resulting in death, 11 counts of use and disuse of a firearm used to commit murder.
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attorney general jeff sessions, who will ultimately decide if you will face the death penalty, called the alleged crimes incomprehensibly evil and utterly repugnant to the values of this nation. according to the indictment, he was armed with three 57 handguns. for officers were wounded and continue to improve. >> i think over all the prognoses are good. each of them in a varying way will likely require series of ongoing care. >> reporter: three victims were laid to rest today. joyce feinberg, melvin wax and irving younger. the head of the anti-defamation league believes -- blames of 15 7% spike on anti-semitism on the political climate. >> people are anxious, on edge intense and creates a condition where things are very combustible. >> reporter: bowers is expected
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to appear in court tomorrow. at that time, prosecution will present some evidence against him. david le miller, fox news. president trump double down on his bed he can and birthright citizen -- citizenship for illegal immigrants. >> this is not an constitutional amendment. you don't need it for birthright citizenship. i believe you can have a simple vote in congress. this comes after meeting with some talented legal scholars that you can do it through an executive order. >> when it comes to birthright citizenship, the white house says congress has never passed a law granting citizenship to the children of illegal immigrants if they are born in
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the united states. he says the supreme court has never specifically wrote on that aspect of the 14th amendment of the constitution. the white house insists there is nothing in the constitution that compels birthright citizenship for illegal immigrants. gavin newsom holds a comfortable lead in the poll in the governors race. 58% back the lieutenant governor. 40% say they would vote for john cox. dianne feinstein leads with 45% support and kevin de leon has 36%. 19% say they are undecided and mostly republican. we invite you to make us your source for election night coverage in the bay area. we will be on starting 7 p.m. next tuesday night covering all of the major local and national races. after the break we will tell you about the plan for a waterfront hotel and why neighbors say they are excited for it to be built. i am tracking your weather forecast and will let you know what to expect.
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a bay area pumpkin farm could go out of business not if a ballot measure his past that will allow people to farm pot. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. b.a.r.t.
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is permanently closing the entrance to the civic center section at eight and market. it will make axis more difficult for guests at the hotel and several the troops -- theaters. they say it is necessary to make room for new power substation that will be installed underground in the space formerly filled with escalators were drug users were known to hang out. cim is proposing to build a marquee hotel along the estuary in jack london square. in 2016 they purchased six buildings into parcels for $131 million. the first plan for a 155 room six story hotel was denied by the bay conservation and development commission. they said it didn't provide a distinctive place with sufficient invitations for the public. the group is back at it with a revised plan and visitors to jack london square said they are open to a hotel in the area. >> hotels bring in the largest amount of tax dollars to a city. they are desirable.
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i am not opposed to a hotel. they bring a moving population. i think that is good. the question is what does it do to the whole environment here. >> the volume of people living in the area and the growing number of businesses guarantees good growth. many say a long-sought after hotel would complete the development loop. the labor department said wages and salaries in the u.s. were up more than 3% from one year ago. that is the biggest increase in 10 years and well beyond expectations. during the third quarter, pay rose about 1%. labor costs were also at more than expected stoking fears that inflation could be on the horizon. on wall street, positive quarterly results from companies including facebook and general motors sent the stock market higher. the major indices were shortly
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-- higher. the dow was up 241, nasdaq 144 and the s&p 500 was up 29. still to come, a local pumpkin farm is relying on a ballot measure to stay in the bay area. the cash crop they want to start growing but it is up to the voters to make it happen. our chief meteorologist will have the live forecast in a moment.
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boaters in half moon bay
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will go to the polls and decide whether to allow people to grow marijuana plants within city limits. as jesse gary tells us, the outcome could determine whether one long-term form stays in business or becomes a casualty of the bay area's high cost of living.>> reporter: this rite of passage on the san mateo coast could be in its final years. third-generation farmers say that after decades of making money from their pumpkin patch, finances are at an inflection point. >> what we have done in the past has not worked as well as it used to. for us to keep our farming operations we do need a crop that has a little bit more
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profit margin. >> reporter: that new cash crop is marijuana. they want to lease space next to their homes about 1.5 miles away from their pumpkin patch to allow the cultivation of four inch marijuana starter plates inside a greenhouse. there is a father in classically trained -- trained chef turned marijuana farmer. >> this is not a psychoactive product and it is not a threat to my children or any other children. >> reporter: the issue of marijuana, illegal crop has become divisive in this agricultural community of about 12,000 people. >> it keeps jobs on the coast side. if they don't do it here they will do it somewhere else. >> they are saying it will bring more drugs into half moon bay. i do not believe that. >> reporter: the city council put it in the hands of total -- voters. >> is a really polarizing issue and it really needed to go through the voters. >> reporter: residents will either accept or reject measure double g that has been put on
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the ballot for either allowing or disallowing the cultivation of starter marijuana plants. there are certain restrictions in place for size, location. they hope to construct a new 66,000 square foot greenhouse and lease the space to eric hollister for marijuana cultivation. if residents vote no, the long- term farmers say their family legacy will end. >> we might have to sell it. >> reporter: that is in the hands of voters. jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. we had a nice-looking day today and temperatures will be warmer tomorrow in the mid-80s. these were high temperatures today. 77 hayward, 80 morgan hill, 80 san jose. temperatures tomorrow going to come up a few degrees and that should be the warmest it gets. the salesforce building is lit up for halloween and it is
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different. i kind of like it. you do not see any fog and there is not a lot of wind . we will have warmer weather tomorrow. we have an anti-cyclonic flow that is clockwise and you see the air coming around and it goes to the upper level clouds and winds but the service is kind of doing the same thing. when it rotates clockwise it means that air is sinking. when the air sinks it gets warmer and we will be in the mid-80s tomorrow. tomorrow will be similar to today with overnight lows in the upper 40s and low 50s. there will be some fog trying to form at the coast but it is not going to happen.
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we have a good-looking day for tomorrow with the storm system and rain staying north. i am not seeing any rain out there. that can change but it looks dry into the first part of november. 85 antioch and now red flag warning because we are not dealing with strong winds. this will be the 5-day forecast you can look at to see the bay area weekend showing that much of a diversion from the 80s. it will be in the mid-70s around the bay. coming up next, we continue to remember one of baseballs most beloved players. mark will reflect on baseball
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hall of famer willie mccovey who died today at the age of 80. that is coming up next in sports. ♪
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♪ ♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪ market join us now. all afternoon and evening we have been talking about the death of willie mccovey interviews are coming in. >> it has been an draining day
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. we have one last living connection to a great era of san francisco giants baseball. for a lot of is growing at it was maze, willie mccovey and now he has passed on at the age of 80. he died at stamford hospital earlier today. the exact cause of death has not been released. he had trouble getting around in his final years. he had several knee surgeries which limited his mobility but you can't help but think back on that great left-handed swing particularly at candlestick park . he played -- heavy plate at at&t& -- had he played at at&t&. he won the mvp, he went to the all-star games six times and of course he is a hall of famer.
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4-for-4 in his debut as a major leaguer. he was nicknamed stretch and she talked about how much he loved the game of baseball the day he retired. >> that is one of my lingering memories. when i saw him lay down a bunt at candlestick park. he got on first base and willie mccovey bunt it down to third base side and maze scored from first base on the bunt and willie mccovey wound up getting a double. >> that is amazing. one of his most outstanding memories was a willie mccovey bunt. it is nothing new. the gordon -- golden state warriors came dressed as world champions. if you missed the movie semi pro
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, some of the fans tonight also in the spirit of the day. hear someone wearing a clay thompson headband. seven more three-pointers for steph curry as he gets the warriors going against the pelicans. look at have taken anthony davis. 16 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists. katie goes to dj today and drones. he is doing his thing as the warriors kept their double digit distance from the pelicans on night. this goes behind the back for kde with 24 points.
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steph curry put the cherry on top. tonight he scored 37 points most of them from a distance. 131-121 and the warriors win and they are now 8-1. you can't help but think that willie mccovey hung in there until the world series was over and today the boston red sox celebrate at fenway park. that is where the parade started and made his way through boston. thousands of fans lined the streets. they beat the dodgers of course. this parade had an ugly tent. this man started lobbing beer cans at the players. some took it well and it was no problem but a little bit later alex cora, the manager is
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actually struck by a beer can that was opened. the world series trophy was actually damaged. a 19-year-old was arrested in the incident. it wasn't a smooth sailing parade through downtown boston. the halloween edition of check this out. it starts with a high school football game in tennessee. anderson county high school was definitely in the halloween spirit. this is damien lillard from oakland with the portland trail blazers, wwe stone cold steve austin. look at that costume.
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hopkins has an avatar. >> is that painted? >> that is incredible. >> this is victor a depot of the indianapolis pacers just as superhero the black panther. it is all worth checking out. it is 11:00 and time for more news. coming up, the willie mac award will be there forever. mccovey cove will be there forever. those are permanent ways that his memory will live on. >> we are remembering giant legend willie mccovey who died today at stanford hospital at 80 years old.
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he was known as stretch, big mac or by his number the great 44. hello again, everyone. >> tributes are pouring in for willie mccovey. some fans have been visiting the willie mccovey statue across from at&t park . when the news broke, the team lowered the flags at the ballpark to have staff and displayed his number 44 on the scoreboard in center field. amber lee joins us at mccovey statue. she has been speaking with fans who sell is how they are remembering him. >> reporter: fans came here to the willie mccovey statue to pay respects, cherishing their memories of a baseball legend they say was among the greatest to ever play the game.>> reporter: at&t park, home of thn


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