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>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, september 20th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good good morning, carolyn. i probably heard about the heat advisory and all the way down the coast. and the east bay the temperatures will be five to ten degrees warmer. we woke up to 46 degrees half moon bay, now in the 60s. so just in a couple of hours the temperatures have jumped along the coast. that's where it's going to be really warm, as well. so there's your weather, but as soon as tomorrow we are going to
see a return to the on shore push. but everyone this morning is warmer out there. a beautiful shot from our exploratorium camera. san francisco, you will approach 90 degrees in some spots. that's the 100-degree read to go 104 inland east bay. mid-and upper 90s around the bay. but fall arrives, and even before fall we will have some much better air and cooler air. more to come. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. breaking overnight, a tense standoff is over in san jose.ym police received reports last night of a man firing shots into an unoccupied vehicle. the officers located him inside a residence near capital expressway and mclaughlin avenue, but he refused to come out. police fired flash bang grenades and he did exit the house about 2:30 this morning. he was put on a stretcher and taken to a hospital. earlier reports that this is a hostage situation could not be confirmed. police are not speculating on what may have led to this incident. two victims of a drive-by
shooting on a san francisco freeway are recovering this morning from gunshot wounds. traffic on interstate 280 was backed up for hours from that incident. police say someone in a car fired shots at another. we have the latest. >> this is not the type of family reunion they wanted, but they are here to say their prayers for two of their loved ones. >> around 4:30 our vehicle was traveling on that intersection when another vehicle opened fire on that vehicle, striking the driver and the passenger several times. >> san francisco fire crews heard on this dispatch recording arrived to find the victims. >> on scene. two gunshot victims. one hit in the side, one in the head. both of still conscious. >> gunshots confirmed.
>> reporter: police say one victim was hot -- shot in the leg and neck and one in the leg. it is on the south connector. relatives say they will make it through. now police are hoping to learn from the victims what may have led to the shooting on this busy stretch of highway. >> we don't have a motive. we do not know if it's gang-related. however, all of our stabbings and shootings are reviewed by the gang task force to see if they are gang-related. >> a viewer sent us this tweet. a photo showing the traffic congestion that lasted for two hours before the scene was cleared. a rare incident that shocked many weekend commuters traveling through a seemingly save area. in san francisco, abc7 news. a bicyclist was seriously injured last night after being hit by a car in golden gate park. it happened around 8:30 at the intersection of 19th avenue and martin luther king, jr. drive. the victim's injuries are
considered life-threatening. police say the driver stopped and is cooperating.nb now to the latest on the valley fire. we have some progress to report on efforts to contain the flames. cal fire said the 74,000-acre fire is now 50% contained. lake county officials say they will lift a mandatory evacuation order for the communities of hidden valley lake, jerusalem grade, grange road and butts canyon road at noon. that's for residents only. nearly 600 homes have been destroyed. in total 888 structures burned. three people have died in the fire and many have gotten word in calistoga they will finally be able to go home today. melanie has that story. >> ellen marsh is spending one more night at the napa cot -- county fair ground. her hidden valley lake house destroyed by fire, she now calls
middletown her home, but is not allowed to go there. >> because i didn't have physical proof of my address, so i couldn't get the pass. >> for those blocked by road closers and not able to return home, there is plenty of food and assistance, ranging from clean clothes to a clean cot. >> i have a skill that i think makes people feel better, so i thought i would come up and see if i could brighten someone's day. >> for most, anticipation looms on what will be left standing. but his anticipation is different. he's waiting to get into a suburb of cobb. >> all of us who live in that area are -- desperately waiting for the closer to be lifted so we can go and find our friends. >> he said his friend ross litchman refused to leave when the fire broke. his home did not make it. >> no one has seen or heard from rob since the fire came through that area. >> from homes to shelters and eventually back home again. >> we can go through this and
transformation and come out stronger. >> resiliency may be what redefines valley fire victims. abc7 news. >> some evacuees at the napa county fairgrounds were allowed to go back home and they were chomping at the bit, lining up their cars, waiting to check on their homes and animals. and as abc7 news reporter cornell bernard shows us, many were heartbroken by what they found. >> the first wave of evacuees returned to the town they left one week ago. some had no idea what they would find. it's a painful homecoming for this cervantes family. their house was destroyed by the valley fire. >> this is bad. it's really bad. >> he has lived here 30 years, raising a family. >> we have to start all over again, but life moves on. you can't worry about this forever. >> this is a wheel of the mustang. the fire took all of danial
curtis' prize possessions, his mustang and the 1968 gto he was restoring. his home reduced to ashes. >> it's hard to believe everything you have been working for a lifetime is gone. >> you look around an you see the neighbors. i am the one crying and he's the one who lost his home. >> down the road, charles' appliance store survived burks his heart with his neighbors. >> knowing that we can be there for them is so important right now. especially for the people who have lost their homes, people i also know that lost their life. >> the red cross is now open to shelter here at the twin pine casino for fire evacuees who don't want to return to the napa county fair grounds. the shelter will be open until further notice. >> in middletown, cornell bernard, abc7 news. a baby girl owes her life to a state game warden who drove through the flames of the valley fire.
when the fire started eight days ago 11-month-old jesse and her grandmother were trapped in the mountains. her parents weren't allowed to get them because of the intense flames. the warden raced through to rescue them and snapping this picture to show the baby was okay. >> i want to say thank you very much, and if it wasn't for you, my family probably wouldn't have made it down in time. >> thank you. if it wasn't for him, i wouldn't have my daughter or my mom. a huge thank you. >> their home burned to the ground. but the woods say they are just grateful for warden little and that they are all survived. >> and in heelsburg a fundraiser will be held at the hoot owl creek vineyard. it's in alexander valley. organizers are hoping to raise $500,000. napa businesses and vineyards are among the many that will be making contributions.
and following up on a story we brought you yesterday. the sonoma county youth football squad and their cheer group will deliver toys to the kids at the moose lodge evacuation center. teen members held a toy drive before yesterday's game at the high school. they will be in uniform when they deliver those toys to the evacuees to make the day even more special for those waiting to return home. >> a new wildfire is growing south of monterey and salinas. the tassajara fire started around 3:00 yesterday afternoon near jamesburg. this is video from the monterey herald. 1200 acres has burned. the fire is 10% contained. authorities announced a mandatory evacuation from one area. the for the ranch area. california fire say at least 300 homes are in danger and six have been destroyed. and the butte fire burning in
gold country has destroyed an additional 250 homes, bringing the total residences destroyed to more than 500. that fire is burning in amador and calaveras counties and it's charred more than 75,000 acres and is 70% contained. evacuation orders for several communities have been lifted. lisa argen is joining us now. today is another spare the air day. >> a heat advisory. we've been showing you beach shots. it looks pretty nice here. but at 64 degrees, the high well into the 90s in exact santa cruz. so many of you, 35 to 40 degrees of warming today, if you can believe that. so well over 100 degrees from concord, livermore. brentwood close to it. and elsewhere around the bay we will talk about a little cooling tomorrow. that's just a few minutes away. >> also ahead, a bundle of cash found inside a box of dominoes
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enough seats to govern alone, leading to still more political instability. >> a deputy in a helicopter shot and killed a robbery suspect from the air during a high-speed chase. now sheriffs officials in san bernardino county say that deputy was fully authorized to fire and that he was trying to protect the public. the shooting happened friday along enter is a state 215. at one point the robbery suspect drove into john coming traffic, slamming head on into another s.u.v. >> this is the 21-year-old arizona landscaper who was arrested in connection to a string of highway shooting in that state. he told prosecutors they have arrested the wrong guy. but his gun has been linked to four shootings along interstate 10 in phoenix. he was taken into custody one week and is being held on million dollars bail.
san francisco supervisors will decide this week whether to erect a memorial to a group of women who were sex slaves in world war ii. most of those survivors are now in their 80s and 90s, including a woman who received an honor at city hall last week. >> she traveled from seoul to san francisco to tell her story about 200,000 women from pacific rim nations taken from their homes in world war ii by the japanese imperial army, forced to become what the japan government euphemistically called comfort women for their soldiers. >> they took me away and made me a sex slave, but the government is still not making an apology. >> japanese prime minister has refused to issue a formal apology, despite protests in the bay area and elsewhere during his u.s. visit earlier this year. today san francisco supervisor
eric marr presented lee with a commendation. he is pushing for san francisco to become the first large american city to install a memorial honoring the women, like this 87-year-old. >> that sets an example of courage and a story of breaking silence over generations. >> there's no official opposition to the proposed memorial, though some worry about anti-japanese rhetoric. but supporters believe this dark chapter in history and it's victims should be recognized. >> they are old, they are weak, they are poor. but we know what the truth. >> the supervisors are expected to vote on the proposed memorial on tuesday. a saturday night tv institution has ended its 53 year run. ♪ [applause]
>> last night sobato aired its final episode on our media station. it was the longest running variety show on television. don francisco said good-bye to his fans with a special live show featuring a look back at his long run. there were well wishes from several celebrities, even president obama. i'm sure he knew how to say that. a berkeley man ordered a pizza and wings from dominoes and got more than that. a lot more. imagine finding stacks of cash with your order? here's abc7 news reporter natasha with his morale dilemma and big reward. it's a story you will see only on abc7 news. >> so i ordered some pizza. i thought i had the day off and i was going to sit home and enjoy my relaxation. >> this story starts with the ordinary. mike vegas of berkeley called up dominoes and ate just one slice before putting the rest of the
order in the fridge. it wasn't until several hours later. >> my phone started blowing up i wasn't looking. there was messages and i didn't look because i was at work. >> the phone calls are from the delivery driver who was on his way to the bank with just one more delivery to make. he put the cash in the wings box for safekeeping but made a big mistake. >> about 5:00 a.m. i got home from work and looked in my refrigerator and pulled out what i thought to be wings but it was about $1,300 total. >> it's one of those moments you wonder what would you do? >> i made a facebook post and of course, there's a long list of people saying you should keep it, you shouldn't keep it, you should keep it. i wanted to keep it, believe me, but i couldn't do it. >> we watched as he walked it in. >> thank you so much. honest people are really hard to find these days. >> and karma might be a real thing after all. >> thank you. we are going to offer you free pizza for a whole year. >> it's an offer mike plans to take the chain up on.
>> i will have to start working out more obviously. [laughter] >> pizza for a year? why not? it's as hot as all get out. >> it is. how many times can you say it or different ways can you say it? triple digit heat in the valleys and a spare the air alert and temperatures even tomorrow flirting with 100 degrees. so the national weather service has issued this heat advisory all the way down through monterey. and because of that fire, that smoke is drifting into the south bay. so not only the air quality where it's over 100 degrees is bad, but where it's close to it right here in the sapp clair valley. we are just going to be baking today. in fact, already temperatures on the coast from monterey to santa cruz has come up from 10 to 14 degrees from our overnight lows at about 5:00 this morning. oakland 71 degrees. 70 morgan hill. 58 half moon bay. you were 46 degrees this morning. we are looking at temperatures
in some areas approaching 90. mid-80s will be common from half moon bay to association beach. this is not going to last. we are warming quickly with an offshore flow, and a huge ridge of high pressure that is pressing down on the atmosphere and bringing us poor air quality. 65 in santa rosa. looks pretty nice here, but even san francisco, well, near 90 degrees in some spots. another look at your air quality alert. tomorrow a little more of an on shore push that will change things up a little bit and i will show you how from day-to-day in a few minutes. east bay cameras, it's cool and mild. cool weather on the way tomorrow for some. we are looking at tomorrow into tuesday. actually monday into tuesday. then look what happens on wednesday? looks like a nice cold front getting ready. you can see it offshore. wouldn't that be nice if it will push on in here?
no, it won't. it will bring us cooler air and more fall-like seasonal temperatures but we aren't going to see any reason for at least two years. today upper 80s in san francisco. look what will happen on tuesday, 80. even on the peninsula, mid-90s to 90. south bay upper 90s to lower 90s. we will still see the excessive heat into tomorrow, but by tuesday everyone is much, much more comfortable. checking in on clear lake, lower lake, middletown, temperatures are climbing nearly 7 degrees right now as the relative humidity ding to drop. the winds won't be a concern today, but they are coming from the offshore component. 97 milpitas and santa clara. los gatos 99. redwood city upper 90s. mountain view about the same, mid-to upper 90s. 88 south city. up in the north bay, look at the map, it's all orange and red that. represents the heat. the 8 napa, 95 oakland, 94 in
richmond. and you head inland, yeah, take your pick. 101 in concord. we will keep that tomorrow, about you some cooling and then 80s for inland areas all week long while we enjoy 60s and 70s the coastal bay. the first day of fall is wednesday. you can see what is showing up on live doppler hd anytime. it's free on apple app's store for the app. it's nice for another hour or so but after that -- >> heating up? >> yeah. >> it's hard to believe fall is already here. >> i know. hopefully we will get rain and october and november still look dry. >> thank you, lisa. up next a rescue flight saving leaves and bringing some very cute puppies
savory almonds, and a hint of salt. nature valley sweet and salty bars. dozens of dogs have arrived in their new home. they were rescued from almost certain death overseas. you can see the dogs arriving at sfo yesterday afternoon, greeted by staff members from the placer county spca and the humane society. the dogs were being raised for food in their native south korea. the humane society has been airlifting dogs over the pacific
to help them find a new home and a new hive in the u.s. street artists are fanning out over san francisco bringing a fresh flash of color to the mission district. yesterday abc7 news was in the mission from 15,000 artists from all over the world spray painted 16 blocks of walls, fences and garage doors with new murals. the painting party continues today in about a half-hour they will get started, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. donald trump on the defense. how he is responding to some of his critics. and pope francis celebrates mass with hundreds of thousands. people in havana. his message this morning to cubans, ahead of this week's
not often we see the heat making it all the way to the coast but it was in the 90s yesterday in santa cruz. you see the folks there already enjoying the weather. upper 60s right now. once again well into the 90s. they will look at some of our temperatures around around the bay with a heat advisory and a spare the air alert. 70 morgan hill. 71 oakland. the golden gate bridge nothing but sun. it will be beautiful here with temperatures in the 80s. but really oppressive elsewhere around the bay with already 70 in novato. you are on way to the mid-and upper 90s. livermore triple digit heat. tomorrow we will talk about a nice fall-like week ahead in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. turning now to the race to the white house. frontrunner donald trump is once again defending himself. this time over comments made by a supporter at a town hall meeting. here's abc news reporter devin dwier is at the white house with more this morning. >> the future president of the united states of america, donald trump new mexico.
>> a high school homecoming with high-fives from trump. in iowa overnice, he has some sobering advice. >> if you can stay away from alcohol, it's a big advantage. >> wisdom from a man who one compares to the founding fathers. he has the famous hair and the christian faith. >> i love my bible, see? >> tell conservatives saturday he will defend religion liberty. despite controversy over silence about offensive comments about muslims. >> we have a problem in this country. it's called muslims. we know our current president is one. >> trump didn't dispute that statement at a rally thursday. now he's defending himself. >> am i morally obligated to defend the president every time somebody say something bad or controversial about him? i don't think so, right? >> trull said he didn't want to interfere with free speech. >> a no-win situation. do we agree?
>> the backlash has been fierce. hillary clinton making trump her top target. >> he's been trafficking in prejudice and paranoia throughout this campaign. she is slumping in the policy but trying not to look bothered. senator bernie sanders surges ahead. >> some people are ready for a political revolution. >> clinton telling abc news she's not falling far behind. >> what do you think of the cloud? >> up believable. >> clinton heads back to iowa this morning. meanwhile all eyes on vice president joe biden. a group urging him to run. showing an 800% increase in supporter sign-ups in the past week. a about. c news, the white house. >> reaping the benefits of a strong performance. in last week's debate carly fiorina has jumped to second place in the poll.
she stands at 15%, up from 3% at the beginning of the month. donald trump still leads the pack with 44%, but he's dropped 8 points since september 1st. many of you heard trump take issue with fiorina business and speaking skills on this week. >> that's one of the worst deals in business history and she destroyed the company she was at before then. she's been terrible. she's got a good pitter-patter, but if you listen to her for more than five minutes straight, you get a headache. >> she was the ceo of hugh bit pack already. she laid off 30,000 people after the merger with compaq, and later was forced to resign by the board of directors. pope francis held a mass before hundreds of thousands of people in havana. revolution square was the site of this morning's mass. he told them to avoid judgmental looks. he also told them those who want to be great must serve others,
and not be served by them. abc news reporter terry moran is traveling with the pope. >> it's the frances effect on the streets of havana. thousands of cubans, many waving flags, turning out for a man they call papa francisco. he is the first pope from the new world and he stopped here in cuba just before he comes to the united states. an attempt to strengthen the diplomatic breakthrough he helped broker between the two countries last year. >> it's about healing historic wounds and bringing together people who have been split apart. >> on board the plane, frances came back to greet each reporter. and he urged the media to join this work. build bridges, he told us, and make a big bridge for people. >> meanwhile in washington,
d.c., new york and philadelphia, they are getting ready tore frances. he will stop at the white house, the united nations and even a visit to central park. but he's already reaching out to americans about his world, and releasing a rare video message in english. >> i will repeat that because you will be there. see you in philadelphia. >> he is said to be practicing his english. he knows that every word of his in the united states is going to be scrutinized there and around the world. but meeting him even for a few minutes you get the sense this is a man who responds and lives in the present moment. when he's with you, he's with you. and today he's with the people of havana. terry moran, abc news, havana, cuba. >> abc7 news anchor ama daetz will be live in washington, d.c. when the pope arrives in the u.s. tuesday.
watch her for her reports this week. join her as they follow pope francis on his historic trip. >> jackie collins, who wrote dozen of novels height the lives of the rich and famous, has died. she wrote "hollywood wives" she was battling breast cancer. she was the sister of actress joan collins. she passed away yesterday morning in l.a. her family said she will live on through her characters but we already miss her beyond words. collins was 77. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, kermit the frog and his muppet friends explore their professional and personal lives in a behind the scenes documentary-style prime time show. we will have a sneak-peek. here's a look from our exploratorium cam.
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>> this week bart will be closing off some parking spaces at the rockridge station for a seismic safety upgrade. it begins wednesday. crews will reinforce support columns five at a time, which will require the fencing off of 30 parking spaces. there will be three phases in all for the 15 columns. each phase lasting about ten days. signs will alert drivers before that all begins. bart is warning riders to expect noise and some dust. all right. lisa, i promised you you would sing a little stevie wonder. >> okay. well, that doesn't mean anything. [laughter] >> i decided that i'm not going to sing. i will tell you about some -- what may not be music to your ears. how about 68 right now at the golden gate bridge. in the higher elevations, mt. tam, mt. diablo, in the 80s right now. it's going to be out of control hot today. we will talk about how hot. we will bring you some good news and that's also coming up. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, stanford's quarterback kevin hogan leading the cardinals to a big upset
>> in sports the raiders will try to rebound from last week's disappointing game. the raiders host the baltimore ravens as o.co coliseum. kickoff at 1:05 this afternoon. last night stanford opened their pack 12 season, looking for an upset on the road against sixth-ranked usc. here's shu with all the highlights.
>> good morning. well, raise your hand if you thought stanford could upset sixth-ranked usc in southern cal. anyone? anyone? well, stanford quarterback kevin hogan put the cardinals on his shoulders and did just that. late first quarter. down the middle, and austin hooper. 16 yards. ties the game at seven. on defense there's not much you can do to stop schuster. lined up against the linebacker. blake martinez, that's a mismatch. schuster breaks loose for 54 yards. 21-10 usc. stanford comes back. 8 seconds to go. david shaw gambles and goes to the end zone. hogan rolls out his stuff, and 24-21 at the half. third quarter hogan gets wrapped up and goes down awkwardly. that could have been a knee or high ankle sprain, but he's not to be denied and goes back to
the game. and the usc drive to the one yard and pass to mitchell. second td of the game. has them back on top by four. completes the ten-play, 77-yard drive. he had three. stanford, the 10-point underdog, goes down to usc and upsets the trojans. 41-31, the final. >> cal and texas. in austin a wild one. second quarter. ken lee hauls it in. bears up 14-10. texas running back jonathan gray, untouched. 6 yards here. longhorns go in front by 10. 24-14. cal scored 31 unanswered. third quarter, goff to lawler again. his second of the game. cal is up 38-24. three third-quarter possessions for cal. 3 tds. and this 74 yards, 45-24, cal. this is the point they are thinking it over. just over three minutes to go. second and two. to the cal 27. inside hand-off to gray. nice stiff arm. he will score. we have a game! cal 21-point lead. down to 7.
thirds and seven at the texas 44. cal can put it away. goff to steven anderson, he drops it. texas has life. third and four. freshman quarterback threw for 313, rushed for 110. all they need is the extra point. and senior nick rose misses. cal escapes with a 45-44 victory. improving to 3-0. >> the diamondbacks in town and the giants are feeling their sting. losing their second straight to arizona. but they also lost to the g-men, 8 1/2 back in the rest. hot day in the yard. need to find shade. mike leake struggled. in the first, singles to right. pollak scores. 1-0, d-backs. then in the second. chris scored, leake went three innings. gave up three hits, a walk and no strikeouts. and in the fifth, matt cain a rare relief appearance but he's still working the kinks out. another similar. pollack scores. second day in a row the giants get shutout and fall further out of the playoff picture.
6-0, your final. back to back shutout. and a's and astros. gray struggled out of the gate. in the first. a wild pitch in the dirt. ted lowry goes to the third but the ball is thrown away by carson blair. lowry pushes marcus simeon out of the way. he scores. 3-0 astros. a's make a comeback in the fifth. josh doubles to deep left. simeon scores, a's with the lead, 4-2. but after the astros brought it within one run in the sixth, evan. just gets over the wall, and a three-run bomb. the astros go on to win 10-6. the 49ers pittsburgh and the raiders will be hosting the ravens. we will have all the highlights tonight at 5:00. i'm mike shumann. have a great day! >> if you are going to the raiders game you better of water and other things to keep hydrated. >> 90s throughout the average. record-breaking heat today. not only in our east bay valleys, we are talking about the north bay. triple digits.
the record to break in kentfield would be 102. san rafael, you would have to make it to 97. that's likely. napa would have to make it to 105 and oakland the 9. and heat advisories all the way down to monterey. smoke is drifting into parts of the south bay. so it is not a great day weather-wise for those of you with conditions that make it hard to breathe. but you want to enjoy the weather but it's going-to-be pretty hot out there. santa cruz numbers in the 60s. it was pretty nice this morning but we will be looking for the heat to come back. yesterday it was in the 90s. you know what? that's going to happen again. in fact maybe mid-90s. 69 san jose. 73 morgan hill. half moon bay 72. it was 46 this morning. 71 in oakland. san jose it looks kind of hazy out there already had. upper 90s for you.
68 by the delta. this is where you have the spare the air alert where temperatures here will gain another 30, 35 degrees. in fact, tomorrow will be not quite as warm for you, but still very warm day. it looks pretty nice. you can see some of the haze here from emeryville. it's our best-looking shot. a spare the air alert today. we get more mixing tomorrow. we should not have a spare-the-air day tomorrow. things will be changing as soon as your monday. but really not enough. it won'ting really comfortable for everyone until tuesday. it is kind of mild today. cooler for everyone on tuesday. fall arrives on wednesday. it will give you an indication from parts of the bay, north bay, peninsula, how it will be the next couple of days. upper 80s in san francisco but big-time cooling tomorrow, usually due to the sea breeze. but on the peninsula you get a little cooler as well tomorrow. south bay about a 5-degree drop. today in the mid-90s close to
oakland. upper 80s tomorrow. inland east bay still will be quite warm and the north bay you will probably lose about 5 or 6 degrees. we are looking a the a beach day, if you can get there traffic wise. low 80s at half moon bay with 70s tomorrow. and contrast that to livermore where it will still be triple digit heat tomorrow. nice looking days after that. we just have to get through. the entire map has the dark shading of reds that. means 90s and 100s for most but you have to be right on the coast many even stinson beach will be in the 80s and stinson beach 90. 95 santa cruz. if you are headed over into oakland, we talked about that. here in san francisco mid-80s at 1:00. and the raiders, yeah, it's going to be a toasty one right through 4:00 in the afternoon. the accuweather seven-day forecast, cooler for some tomorrow and then the heat returning for everyone on
tuesday. fall arrives early wednesday, 70s and 80s typical for late september, but running dry, and right on through early october. >> i'm sure high fire danger today and tomorrow as well? >> absolutely. the only thing they have going for them is no wind. at least there's not a gusty offshore wind. >> kermit the frog and his muppet pals are turning to the air right here on abc. a new show, new idea, and even a new pig. lookout, the muppets are back. we get the goods from kermit. >> a sort of behind the scenes look at our lives. i just have to do what i do and try to forget there's a camera there. >> it's time to light the lights again for the muppets, they are heading back to prime time in a behind the scenes, documentary-style show. you will soon know about their romances, desires, disappointments and achievements as the show explores the professional and personal lives. >> if you have children, how will you raise them?
where will they go to the bathroom, in the woods? >> okay, that is an offensive stereotype! >> what do you think more than anything else we will learn about the muppets by watching your new show? >> i think you will learn over the years while we have done all these projects, while we have sort of plays ourselves in new roles, i played kermit the frog, and that it's not exactly who i am. and we do have personal lives and we are just living in the world just like everybody else. >> it will be all about our personal lives. >> i hate that. >> we are normal people only we happen to be frogs and bears and chickens and we do have relationships that people don't really know about. >> kermit is the executive producer of "up late with miss piggy" the show within the show, however, the two are no longer a couple. but you have an attraction for another princess? >> why could you say that? i get the impression you have been involved with a pig. they love it when you say that.
but, yes, her name is denise. she is one of the heads of marketing with abc. and she's wonderful. she's very sweet and thoughtful. you know, it's a different kind of thing. >> also different, what it means being green. kermit's famous song used to be about skin color, then it was all about the environment, and now? >> these days it has some metaphors for all kinds of people, and i love that. >> you will see it right here on abc. tuesday night at 8:00, 7:00 central, right here on abc. in los angeles, abc news. >> up next, strut your mutt. why dog owners have their pets all dolled up.
here are the winning numbers from the power ball draw. no one got all six. wednesday's jackpot grows to $235 million. >> new this morning, it's strut your mutt festival in texas this weekend. strut your mutt raises money to help save the lives of homeless dogs. the money goes to build shelters and to create rescue organizations. dogs at the event all get treated to massages and yoga. it will be san francisco's turn to host a strut your mutt event next saturday. the fun about let underway at mclaren park. mochfully by next weekend things
will have cooled off somewhat. >> compared to today when we look outside. looking at the map you see how much warmer we are already than yesterday. 6 to 9 degrees of warming and we are adding 35, 40 degrees to that in some areas. it's hotter here than it is in the rest of california. that's our offshore flow for you. it goes away tomorrow and just inland heat. a really nice-looking week ahead, it will be dry, fall-like with cool mornings and cool evenings and pleasant afternoon. so we can focus on that and just kind of endured to. so the air quality is not so great, as well. be careful. >> a spare the air. thank you, lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler, along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and on all your mobile devices with our
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