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>> good morning, earn, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, september 67th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. >> good morning. only 49 in napa. half moon bay 49 degrees. elsewhere mainly in the 50s. you see the clear skies as we look down toward san francisco. ears what you can expected to. slightly warmer numbers inland. we are going to hit the mid-90s. lots of sunshine, as well, along the coast. look out for hazardous coast conditions. temperatures mild around the bay, between 80 to 90 degrees.
how we are doing compared to normal this year we are a good five degrees above average. sfo today we were expecting about 80. our normal is 74. this trend will continue tomorrow. i'll have no, sir numbers as well with the 7 day accuweather forecast. carolyn. >> thank you, frances. we are entering day actual of the bart transbay tube closer and all in all things are going pretty well. saturday's closer caused plenty of backups at the toll plaza, but no worse than a weekday morning commute. however it did cause a few sour notes for people going to a big concert at at&t park. abc7 news reporter melody woodrow has the story. >> 50,000 billy joel fans had to navigate these conditions getting to the park. making the path a little more manageable, parking control officers like denise. >> because so many in a small amount of time and spacing, it
got amounts bigscy. >> also helping flag men with the construction workers install track and making infrastructure upgrades at the 4th and king intersection. many east bay residents had to rethink their saturday commute >> i thought it would be a real nightmare. >> the transbay tube is closed for weekend track repairs. >> i was planning on taking -- >> we were going to bail because of the traffic thing. >> not only did they fail burks they said it was a breeze. for some coming up with just one billy joel song was more difficult than coming into the city. >> oh, oh, wow. what would be my favorite? piano man. >> in san francisco. >> i'm sorry, i love piano man. >> lord husband. >> abc7 news. >> you can download our free abc7 news app to get the latest information on the closer of the
transbay tube. unable the push alerts for an instant up date the moment the tube reopens. this evening the evening rush shower -- this week the evening rush hour drive between the north bay and san francisco is going to look a lot different. starting tuesday drivers will see four northbound lanes and two southbound lanes on the golden gate bridge between 4 and 6:00 p.m. a zipper truck will adjust the movable barrier to add and subtract the lanes each day. that was one of the goals of the barrier when it was installed back on january. it could change based on accidents and traffic conditions. morgan hill police are still on the scene at an apartment complex trying to flush out a robbery suspect. at 7:30 last night officers say a man believed to be linked to a robbery at a game stop ran into the complex on barry court. an officer tells abc7 news the suspect is believed to be in one of six apartments. they are all connected.
officers are going from apartment to apartment. it's a time-consuming process. they aren't sure if the suspect is still there. a person was shot multiple times at the rockridge bart station overnight but is expected to survive. witnesses heard several gunshots around 6:30. officers arrived to find a trail of blood through the parking lot and plenty of gun cartridges on the ground. police detained and interviewed at least one suspect. the victim was found inside a car on a nearby street. nine san jose state students who were burned out their home are discovering the kindness are strangers. the community is rallying to help them. a about. c7 news reporter janet o. has the details. >> with not much more than the clothes on their back, these san jose state students say they still have a lot to be grateful for. a pose central worker who happened to be covering this route for the first time saw the
students in distress and wanted to help. >> i asked them what they needed. >> this neighbor two doors down spent all day on the phone rounding up food, mattresses and more. >> they are all struggling students. they need that help. they already have tuition to pay for, and they just lost everything. >> the house is a total loss after two fires erupted in the span of ten hours. the first fire scorched the second-floor unit of this duplex. a second fire at 3:00 a.m. tore through the attic. all nine students weren't home at the time. >> we started getting text messages and pictures and our house starting to burn. >> we are trying to keep it together. >> some questions if fire crews did all they did that knocked down the first fire that may have led to the second blaze. >> we used our thermal cameras to check for hotspots. none were found.
the fire department stayed for self hours. >> they are calling it two separate incidents until investigators figure out what happened. meanwhile a gofundme site has been set up for the students as they figure out their next steps. in san jose, abc7 news. >> the largest wildfire burning in california is still growing. the rupp fire east of fresno has burned 85,000 acres. a lightning strike july 131st set is off. low humidity and hot fire has made the fire hard to control. it's just 25% contained. a big grass fire in sunnyvale is now out. about 10 acres burned in valen's park yesterday just after 11:00 in the morning. abc7 news viewer curtis light shot this video showing huge plumes of smoke. it took crews about an hour to get the fire under control. in the north bay two napa county firefighters are recovering after their fire truck flipped and rolled into a
creek. it happened on wooden valley need northeast of napa. the firefighters were on their way to a call but dispatchers cancelled it just before the crash. they suffered minor injuries. a utility crew had to be extra careful repairing a waterline that broke in san francisco's crocker amazon neighborhood. viewers sent us videos of the party pouring into the street at brunswick and pope around noon yesterday. at least one basement and garage reportedly had damage. a repair crew worked all day to fix the leak. they say they took their time because of an adjacent gas line. more complicated because of the gas line and larger pieces of concrete are coming out. we would normally break them up more. with he didn't want to break them up more and drop it on the gas line. >> water surface was not affected because it's a distribution line. new details this morning about an unsolved murder that happened last month in vallejo, the family of aterriara
westbrook is taking to social media to help find her killer. a website has pictures of the 21-year-old with the words "please help find the coward who killed me." westbrook was shot while driving her car in the early morning hours of august 3rd. investigators have spent hours searching for witnesses and any useful surveillance video. a whole foods in oakland has cut ties with their security company after a violent incident involve one of their guards. we want to warn you the following photos may be hard to look at. a witness took photos immediately after the incident at the whole foods lake merritt. she said a security guard slammed a customer into the pillar and knocked him unconscious with a choke whole. yesterday whole foods fired the security company working with the firm and hired a new firm of private security based in concord. whole foods said we when will do
whatever we can in our power to make sure justice is served. our customers are always welcomed, and we want them to be comfortable and safe in our stores. yesterday morning there were trouble with phone lines. emergency calls to 9 is 1 are still working. frances dinglasan is here to give as you first check of the accuweather forecast. >> yeah, carolyn. we are off to a mild start in san francisco where it's currently 60 degrees right now. notice the flags are not blowing and winds will be light. we will see an offshore flow. that means warmer temperatures in your neighborhood. i'll have the details coming up. >> thank you, frances. also ahead, the 49ers make a decision on the playing status of linebacker ahmad brooks nearly two weeks after he was excused from the team after sexual battery charges were filed against him. and a frightening day on the ocean for a kayaker in southern california. the very close encounter with a
shark. >> i'm traffic reporter leyla with your bart closer update. there are no trains running through the transbay tube while crews repair tracks this weekend. there are extra ferries available. delays also expected on bay area bridges. for the latest traffic updates check here aha! oof! weee! slurp. mmmmmm. cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares.
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it came from charges out of a home of a fellow player. a woman who was drunk accused him of groping her while she was up conscious. they said it is not going to place them on paid leaving. he will return to the team tomorrow and play in the opener in levi's stadium. a student in county is being connected with a drone incident that delayed the start of a college game. the kentucky took on louisiana-lafayette. as sky drivers went on to field before kickoff, the drone was hovering behind an end board scoreboard. kentucky news is identifieding the person as a student. no one was injured in the incident. around 8 through more refugees and
expected to enter nod. molly hunter is in hungary with more. >> first came bus, then boats, and now at the halfway point for many refugees, they walk and keep walking. >> the hungarian government doesn't let us get the train or buses or anything. >> powered by hope, one foot in front of the other. in macedonia, record number are entering on foot. >> we had yesterday a record peak of 5,200. >> after macedonia, we walked from serbia to hungary with a family. the dreaded barbed-wire fence makes room for railroad tracks, one person going as temperatures pushed over 100 degrees. but the kids still giggling. we crossed into hungary. and just across the border
hundreds of them. refugees scared, confused, why they came all the way for this. but hungary's foreign minister said his country is being unfairly demonized. >> people, refugees and migrants stuck in hungary became more and more aggressive, refusing the cooperation of hungarian authorities. >> thousands and thousands marched to the as you industry an border, 150 miles on foot. and the hungarian government now offered buss and making it out of hungary is a cause for celebration >> we are free. now we are free. >> through austria and now free. molly hunter, abc news in budapest, hungary. >> a hammerhead shark chomped down on a kayaker in southern california but did not take a full bite. the man was fishing off his
kayak yesterday afternoon when he dangled his foot in the water. a ten foot shark swam up and sank his teeth into his foot before swimming away. witnesses helped the kayaker get back to shore. he was airlifted to the hospital. believe it or not he's not seriously injured. the beach remains open. rescuers have been unable to find a blue whale that becamen tangled in a fishing net. the 75-foot whale was spotted friday off the coast of los angeles county. the netting is wrapped around a flipper and attached to what is believed to be a crab track. rescuers did attach a red buoy on the line friday to help keep track of the whale but they have not been able to locate it. marin county is trying to help residents visualize the effects of climate change. yesterday workers placed signs at stinson beach to show how much sea levels will rise by the end of the century. the data comes from a report by marin's coastal engineering
consultants. they say stinson beach will almost disappear and they hope the public will get more involved in planning for that. happening today, a 1 13-year-old girl whose amazing weight loss is inspires kids across the nation will be swimming from alcatraz from san francisco. she ana brown, who was profiled on "good morning america," weighed nearly 200 pounds when she was just 9 years old. the extra weight made it difficult to breathe, and bring anna soon became a target for bullies. her parents put her on a strict diet and exercise routine and the sixth grader lost 66 pounds. brianna dives into the bay at 7:00 this morning. >> the next time you walk through a south bay park you might hear this. ♪ >>. >> abc news was at the park in los gatos yesterday as county workers placed a baby grand in the middle of nature. anyone who feels like tickling the eyesoreries can stop and
play their favorite tunes. pee an no, sir in the park is an annual event with five pee an no, sir in five santa clara county parks. >> we want to show people that parks aren't just for running and picnicking, that it is really a combination of art and life that makes us better people. >> the instruments will be in the park through october 5th. they did a similar thing at the san francisco botanical guard earn earlier this year. >> how fun, to be able to play and hear music in the park as well. >> nice. >> today if you are going to the parks you will enjoy it because the weather will be beautiful. plenty of sunshine. with he are starting off with very quiet conditions. the live doppler showing us high clouds coming in from the north but a lot of clear areas around the bay right now and a live shot here from our roof looking toward the ferry building and the embarcadero. see how the flags are not blowing at all? you get a offshore flow later on
and that will help warm things up. right now san francisco 60 degrees. you don't even need a sweater right now. mountain view 67, san jose 53. morgan hill cooler at 50 and half moon bay cooler, upper 40s. from the exploratorium we are looking toward transamerica tower. we are seeing cooler numbers in parts of the north bay where we have some radiational cooling with less cloud cover. things cool down in the valley. napa 44. novato 46 and mid-to upper 50s in fairfield, concord and livermore. and check out this beautiful shot. as we look from sutro toward san francisco and the bay bridge. it's just so clear out there. we are waking up to clear skies, fog free at the beaches. unfortunately dangerous surf conditions through tomorrow and look for warm to hot weather for labor day. in fact it's going to get even hotter. it is great day to head to the beach. even tomorrow, barbecue weather.
but be very careful near the water. until tomorrow night, especially for south and southwest-facing beaches we will see strong rip currents, large shore breaks and sneaker waves. here's what's going on. we have high pressure building and as it builds over the next few days we will see summer warmth and numbers really climbing up, even into triple digits. highs today, the warmest spots will hit the mid-90s inland. antioch 95. san jose 87, even san francisco at 79. and check how mild it is at the beaches. 71 at half moon bay, 88 in santa cruz. but again, be careful with the dangerous surf right along the shore. if you are headed to the o.co coliseum, express cancer awareness day, you will need the sunscreen, hat, low 80s to start and upper 70s by the time the game ends. also, there's going to be a great time to head over to the milbrae art and wine festival. so it's going to be nice and bright all day long with
temperatures peeking near 2:00 this afternoon. sunny and still mild by 5:00. 9 degrees. overnight lows mainly in the upper 50s. some low 60s. but low 50s in parts of the north bay. here's a look at the week ahead to give you an idea how hot it's going to get. so in livermore, the average high is 86. for today we will be at 95. that's 10 degrees above average. look how we climb up labor day and even tuesday, wednesday, thursday. we are talking 102, 103 degrees. it is hot, hot, hot. we will start to climb back down for next weekend. so here's the accuweather seven day forecast. look for temperatures to climb up today compared to yesterday. even hotter for labor day. the heat will probably peek around wednesday. plenty of sunshine. summer weather, and temperatures well above normal. and saturday i say finally cooler but it will still going to be quite hot. >> i do not like those temperatures at all. >> i know. [laughter]
by the change. >> stubhub is a used ticket hub for tickets of all kinds. a couple years back they launched all-in prices say no surprise add-on fee and the price at check out you see is the price you pay. now that policy has been scrapped. >> what you advertise is what i should pay. you shouldn't sneak something in at the last minute. >> linney was surprised by the new add-on fees when she was part of stubhub's ab testing. >> seriously? you are better than this, guys. i thought you were better than this. you need to be honest with your customers. tell us up front what we are paying. don't sneak something in at the last minute. >> here is what she's talking about. here you find a $2500 picket to the 49ers-green bay packers game but before you pay the bryce jumps. that's how most of the
competitors have been doing it all along. like most retailers adding shipping, tax and fees toward the end of the purchase process. stubhub says it still has a way for buyers to avoid a surprise. a new box that allows you to see the total price before clicking on the buy button n a statement stubhub told me we are constantly looking for ways to offer a more personalized experience and greater choice to customers and upgrading our display options is a part of that effort. >> they said stubhub was losing out on sales because they were so transparent in the cost and consumers actually liked seeing the lower prices first. stubhub says they like to comparison shop the initial ticket price. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." disney expects to sell $1 billion of star wars toys this year. friday fans got their hands on all new toys from "the force
awakens" and the new movie will be released in september. it's not just toys "star wars" fans want. they expect disney to sell $2 billion to $4 billion worth of other merchandise. disney is the parent company of of abc news. right now war jars all-star steph curry is in the middle of a special five day tour rallying warrior fans across asia. this was shot in the philippines yesterday. he took young players through drills at a fan event before showing off his stuff. steph is promising the warriors nation of manila another championship. he's now in china to visit three cities, promoting his new under armour showers, the curry 2. >> much more ahead. hillary clinton goes after her republican rivals and how she's trying to refocus her campaign with the growing controversy over her use of personal
>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at our weather with frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. good morning. >> good morning. a couple things missing from our forecast, mart reason layer fog and the westerly breeze. no flags blowing from the roof camera blowing out toward the bay bridge. temperatures are a little cool in some parts of the bay, like the north bay. oakland 54. mountain view 57. half moon bay 48 degrees, but get ready for the heat wave. i will giva preview of the next couple days.
lots of 80s, even near 90 around the bay, 95 antioch. tomorrow we will come up even more for labor day, hitting about 100 in antioch, 81 in san francisco. getting even hotter tuesday. lots of areas, triple digit heat, very warm conditions. i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, frances. now to the race for president. hillary clinton is sharpening her attacks on the gop, as questionsling better her e-mails. meanwhile donald trump blasts a formerly friendly face. abc news reporter devin dwyer has the latest from the campaign trail. >> hillary clinton arrived in new hampshire wasting little times swing at rivals. if it's all the same to you, mr. trump, i would rather you stop cherishing women and start respecting women.
>> senator rubigo, access to abortion. governor bush says $500 million is too much to spend on women's health. and when ben carson, a medical doctor, was asked if he supports life of the mother, exceptions to abortion bans, he said i'm not sure that's a legitimate argument. >> the rally is the first of women-for-hillary event. but the frontrunner was again forced to address controversy over her e-mails. >> the facts are the facts and we've been repeating them over and over again. >> on the republican side, frontrunner donald trump is off the campaign trail, but he's not off twitter. trump saturday slammed radio host hugh hewitt, calling him a third-rate gotcha guy. trump seemed to stumble thursday on an interview about foreign
policy. >> are you familiar with general -- >> go ahead, tell me. >> he runs the quds forces. >> okay, yes. >> he defend his boss on twitter posting this handwritten note from trump on february. trump said it was a great honor to be on the score. another stumble in a rough and tough campaign, picking up the pace heading into the fall. abc news, washington. >> politics will be front and center on "this week." republican presidential candidates mike huckabee and ohio governor mike kasich will discuss the issues. one of them almost certainly being kim davis, the county clerk from kentucky who refuses to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. "this week" with george stephanopoulos airs right here on abc7 later this morning. and mike huckabee is schedule today visit kim davis and hold a rally in her honor. >> thank you, kim, thank you,,
kim. >> yesterday hundreds of people rallied outside a connecticut jail to support davis. christian leaders spoke to the crowd, calling her a hero of last week she told the judge she would take indefinite imprisonment instead of issuing marriage license toss same-sex couples. a local lawmaker said there are a lot of christians who do follow the law, even if they don't agree with it, and yesterday's rally was an effort to help change the law. this is how our government operates. this is how our government works. when people have dissenting opinions, they meet, they demonstrate, and they try to get laws changed. >> the aclu actually wanted davis fined instead of being in prison, saying she can now paint herself as a martyr in a perceived war on christianity. in oregon a circuit judge is the focus of an ethics investigation in connection with his refusal to perform same sex
marriages. judge advance day said he's never performed such a ceremony in his three years on the bench because of his deeply-held religious beliefs. this spring day decided no the to perform weddings of any kind before the u.s. supreme court ruled on same-sex marriage in june. day says any conflict between first amendment rights and other rights can be work out. a usually harmless tradition at the u.s. military academy at west point is now under investigation. 30 cadets are recovering from broken bones, dislocated shoulders and concussions suffered in the annual pillow fight. it's been going on for more than a century. it's supposed to build class spirit among first year students. some cadets put helmets in the pillowcases that they used in the fight. have you ever suffered a cracked rib? it's a common injure are and it's incredibly painful. theres a new treatment procedure
and as abc7 news anchor eric thomas reports, it can result in faster healing, as well. >> after gliding 30 miles on his bike, dave's right came to an abrisco you want and painful end a block from his home. >> i hit a curb and went over, and it didn't feel too good. >> let's take a look at your incision and see how it's healing. >> dave was rushed to regional medical center in san jose with injuries that included multiple broken ribs. that's when the doctor suggest add new treatment approach, no one as rib plating. >> they go on the outside of the rib. you make an incision and expose the rib fracture. he said standard procedure in the past has been to let the ribs heel by themselves, but the breaks can cause excruciating pain, requiring painkillers so powerful they often interrupt a patient's ability to breathe normally, putting them at risk for pneumonia. >> being so sedated that you
don't breathe well at all >> the narrow plates are sized to individual ribs and attached with screws during surgery, as seen in this video provided by the manufacturer. he said once the ribs are placed into place, the level of discomfort drops dramatically. >> if you can immobilize the rib with the plate, the pain goes away. >> since it is new, insurance coverage can can a case-by-case basis. but any cost is offset by faster recovery times. >> people are generally out of the hospital in two or three days. >> dave said his ribs have recovered to the point he's ready to hit the road again. >> i joke with my wife, i would like to ride across the u.s. sometime. >> abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, baling you out of trouble on the road. a popular automaker's new plan to have a robot prevent driving mistakes before you even make them. here's a live look from our east bay hills cam. do you like it hot weather-wise?
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annual art and wine festival. lots of wine to drink, plenty of artwork and plenty to eat. this is the 45th year for the event. it continues today from 10 to 5 on broadway. >> the 45th annual belmont greek festival also continues today and tomorrow at holy cross greek orthodox church in belmont. organizers say they expect 20,000 visitors to attend the labor day weekend event. it features greek cuisine, folk music and dancing and a children's fun zone. it starts at noon today and tomorrow. and the weather really could not be better. >> yes. a t-shirt and tank top day. if you are heading to milbrae or belmont, temperatures in the low to mid-90s. but the big warmup headed our way this week. triple digit heat. i'll let you know when and when. >> and also ahead, quarterback
>> toyota is jumping in with the race for economy cars, and it's not with a tech company. johnathan bloom explains why toyota is spending millions at stanford. >> a million people die every year in car accidents. one for every year since the invention of stone tools. that's unacceptable >> the man speaking is bill pratt. he works for toyota but he used to run this. >> you can see one there now. >> the regottic challenge,
making fierce robots that do complex task with a simple instruction from the operator. >> the situation at toyota is similar. we have a driver, a car, the machine and a person. >> now they have some of the world's best researchers on artificial intelligence. >> what if cars could become trusted partners? partners that would help us navigate a particularly treacherous part of the highway. watch our backs when we are tired. >> throw their hat in the ring with google and other automakers, toyota is giving $50 million to stanford and m.i.t., giving a center to study the problems of sharing a car with humans. >> working with humans in that environment is one of the most challenging questions. they will be working with a somewhat different vision than what google talks about, rather than a car without steering wheels, humans will remain at the controls >> i don't think the people will give up for themselves the joy of how they want to navigate and
where they want to go. >> but not just watching the road burks watching the driver to know when the car should take over to prevent an extent. >> trying to inat the great the complex behavior and learn to predict the behaviors and patterns. >> how long do you think it will take? >> i don't think you will find a person oneth earth who has a legitimate prediction for when we will be done. >> in east palo alto, johnathan bloom,, abc news. >> when i stepped out of the hours early this morning in san francisco, it was already short-sleeve weather. >> i know. you won't need a sweater at all in san francisco. so rare summer-like weather. real summer weather in san francisco. not the typical weather we see during summer. here's a radar atlanta image. we are seeing partly cloudy conditions over the north bay but we are getting a lot of cooling there as well overnight. kgo roof camera looking toward the bay bridge. no flags blowing at all.
this is a big hundred of what you can expect later on. when we don't get the sea breeze, you know temperatures will climb n san francisco it's already 60 degrees, oakland 54, mountain view 57. san jose 53. morgan hill 50. half moon bay still cooler and 46 degrees. look at this shot from the east bay looking out toward bay bridge and san francisco. see how the water just looks like glass? it is so quiet and calm out there right now. so the cooler numbers are in the north bay. santa rosa at 49 degrees, napa 44. novato 48. and fairfield and concord and livermore, mid-to upper 50s right now. that's where we will see the heat climb today, as well. from sutro looking down toward san francisco again, and the bay, you see how clear it is out there. so we had clear skies overnight. it's going to be fog-free at the beaches and warm, but watch out for dangerous surf conditions. and then warm to hot for labor day, and then getting even hotter. i'll show you in just a little
bit. so here's what's going open. we have high pressure building. this is going to be the dominant feature of the forecast over the next few days. so as it builds we get a slight offshore flow. summer warmth for everybody through the work week. i just want to show you the winds. look how light they are later on this morning n the afternoon we typically see a westerly flow of about 20 miles an hour, but each today railroad light as you head near the coast. and even the slight northwest flow that helps keep things a little bit warmer. so look for a high of 93 in gilroy today. 87 in san jose. plenty of sunshine, as well, in santa cruz at 88. along the lower part of the peninsula, upper 80s and near 90. 75 in pacifica. and downtown san francisco, 79 degrees. so mild conditions even at the coast. warm in the north bay valleys. upper 80s to near 90 in calistoga. look for upper 70s to
mid-80s, and more t-shirt weather here in shorts in the east bay. 83 in oakland to 85 in fremont. we are going to see mid-90s this time in some of the warmest locations like livermore and antioch. walnut creek hitting 90 today. if you are head head the sausalito art and wine festival, it will be a great day to head out there. plenty of sunshine and temperatures mainly in the 70s. climb up to near 80 by this afternoon and still comfortable by 5:00 this evening. also today, a lot of 90s through the central part of the state. chico 91. sacramento 92. fresno even 92. now in san francisco, here's an example of how warm it's going to get. i love these charts because it gives you an idea. average high is 70. today we will hit 79. check out monday, tuesday, wednesday. in the 80s. well over 10 degrees above average. and really not even cooling down for next weekend. we will still be above average all week long. so inland we are going to see
triple digit heat. very hot. probably the hottest day will be wednesday. around the ba i we will see some 90s, and then 70s at the coast. so if you are having a barbecue this afternoon in san francisco with the light winds, you will feel like you are in the east bay. >> and our director jerry sandy is reminding us that september and october usually are the warmest months. >> the best weather and warmest and it will be hotter than that by by or 15 degrees. even 20 degrees warmer in some inland areas. >> yikes! thank you, frances. let's check out sports. college football is taking center stage with the nfl season beginning later this week. yesterday the cal bears played their season opener at memorial stadium, cruising to an easy victory against grambling state. here's shu with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, the cal bears with high expectations in their third year under head coach sonny dykes. offense has never been a problem. the bears' defense is ready to
man up. at memorial stadium and this was a blowout. first quarter johnathan williams hits the receiver back. and 14 yards the other way for the pick 6. 14-0, bears. this is jared goff's first season. three yards to kenny lawler, ties matt barn with the second most td passes in school history with 54. he passes barnes. two minutes later to lawler. 28-0 and they are still in the first quarter. how about some defense? williams under pressure. throws it way to avoid the safety. right into the arms of devonte downs. the second pick six of the quarter. cal led 35-0 after one. and they will go on to a 73-14 victory. the stanford fifth year senior kevin hogan taking on clayton authorize son of northwestern. but it was the freshman who ruled the campus today. third and 7, he keeps the ball. 32 yards to the house. wildcats up 10--at the half. meanwhile hogan, 20 of 35.
early fourth quarter a quite open man. he has to make the catch. stanford ends up puntpunting 1:05 left in the game. they need a touchdown and onside kick but hogan picked up by cal. he could have gone all the way but he neil's down. the upset, 16-6, that final. looks like the giants championship dreams will die with a rash of injuries. guys trying to snap a seven-game losing streak yesterday in colorado. nick newman called up, making his first major league start at first base and he immediately contributes. a double to right. 1-0 giants. then in the third, angel pegan connects. his first home run of the season. since may of 2014. barely stayed fair. giants up 2-0. bottom of the third, jake peavy gives up a triple to jose reyes. it's 2-1. in the sixth jake peavy gets his second double of the night.
a career first. nick new annual youth scores from first. 5-1 giants, but a site that's all too common for giants fans, bottom of six, the two-run bomb to left. he homered six straight games. giants end their 7 game losing streak winning 7-3. and a summer break at o.co with a's and mariners. top of the first. robinson cano goes deep. off the field wall for a double. marte scores. mariners up 1-0. and over the head of a leaping danny valencia. the infield single he scores and it's 3-0. then in the third logan morrison takes a hack and puts it in the right field seats. his third career home run against chavez. and a's lose 8-3. that's the the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann, see you again at 5:00.
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>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, september 6th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with meteorologist frances dinglasan, in for lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. good morning, everyone. napa 49. 38 san ramon. already mild in san francisco, 60 degrees. it's 53 in san jose. now here's a beautiful shot from sutro. you can see a little bit of a glimpse of the sunrise heading our way and some passing high clouds right now over parts of the north bay. things are warming up even more. we will bump it up. inland getting