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>> it's sunday, october 11th. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen in for carolyn tyler. we're off to a school start across the bay. here's a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. we have a shrinking marine layer. you see it here from the clouds continue to part all around the city by the bay. in fact, we are going to see tons of sun here again today. little temperature change? san francisco but elsewhere the warming trend begins. it's 65 already in oakland. so the plan throughout the day will be for the onshore flow to keep us comfortable with the sea breeze many but the clouds scatter out, for the most part. we will see a little patchy fog along some of our beaches and we will talk about our warmup to
come, beginning today, and how long it will last and potentially record-breaking heat in a couple of minutes. chris. the blue angels return to the skies over san francisco today at 3:00. yesterday one million fans were looking to the sky for a spectacular show. but afterwards those fans headed home into gridlock. cornell bernard was along san francisco's embarcadero. >> the familiar war over san francisco's waterfront can mean only one thing, the blue angels were back, taking flight above the bay. it was worth looking up. >> it's spectacular. almost have no words for it. it's so beautiful. >> the white-knuckle precision acrobatics exciting and kind of unnerving to leia. >> it has to be the scariest part when they get a little too close.
during some enures the jets are only 18 inches apart. but when the airshow was over, thousands of drivers perform their own unrehearsed show called traffic gridlock. a nightmare trying to get home. >> it's worse than los angeles. it's way worse. >> san francisco police were trying to direct traffic around bottlenecks, which lasted for hours. public transit wasn't much better. muni street cars were jam-packed. >> not fun. they are blocking the intersection. naughty, naughty. [applause] >> the blue angels pilots and support crew met fans at pier 39 and signed autographs. this six-year-old dressed in glasses and a flight suit got some career advice. >> i don't know if i want to be a pilot or a doctor. >> this stanford grad met her idol, the captain.
the blue angels first female pilot. montgomery plans to fly planes for the marine corps. >> to see them, like captain higgins paving the way. it's something i really want to do. >> in san francisco, abc7 news. >> you can watch a live stream of the events today on our site abc7news.com. coverage starts at 3:00 p.m. you can find a complete list of fleet week activities online. we want to thank you for the pictures and videos you have been sending us. let us know how you have been enjoying fleet week festivities. send us your pictures and video and we might even though them on air online on our website. b. glanny break news a report of a shooting inside of a store with several life threatening wounds. we will monitor the situation and bring you more details throughout the day and on our later newscast. developing news in oakland.
the oakland tribune says two men were shot and killed last night on foothill boulevard in the fruitvale district. the two men apparently were friends. one of the victims was a 24-year-old man from san francisco. the other is believed to be a 22-year-old oakland resident. shots were fired just before 9:30 according to authorities. both men were standing open a street corner. the gunman ran away possibly to a vehicle waiting nearby. oakland now has 77 homicides this year, compared to 61 at this time in 2014. more develop news this morning out of south lake tahoe. a plane crashed into a house and killed both people on board the aircraft. a piece of the plane stayed stuck in the tree. firefighters quickly contained a fire that broke out after the crash, much to the relief of the residents. >> it was so scary because it was very windy and last time we had a huge wind and fire we had the angora fire, so it was scary that we may have another huge
fire where we lose a bunch of homes. >> an faa spokesman said the plane crashed shortly after takeoff yesterday from the lake tahoe airport, skimming the trees in a residential neighborhood before crashing. no one in the house was injured. both the faa and the ntsb are now investigating the crash. a hiker who may have been injured running from a mountain lion was carried to safety last night in contra costa county. rescuers responded in the afternoon to a remote trail. the hiker was located on the trail, but it was too steep for a ground ambulance or helicopter rescue. crews ended up using a rescue crew to take the person to the medical center for treatment. all of us have experienced the frustration that comes from gridlock. it's happening more and more because more cars are cramming on to streets and freeways. but gridlock can also be a matter of life and death in
emergencies, especially if fire trucks and ambulances are still stuck in standstill traffic. sergio quintana has more. >> this is dashcam video on fire engine one. you see the driver had to go against traffic because of gridlock along willow road. this is something fire crews are allowed to do but they prefer not to because of safety concerns. residents along the route share those concerns. >> there is only one lane there, one lane that way. there's a huge median in the way. in case of an emergency no one can get down. >> i'm very concerned too. something happens and you can't get the emergency vehicles in here, it's a problem. but it's pretty much solid traffic in the aftenoons from middleton road to the demark bridge. >> the traffic in menlo park has become such a problem they have to drive around there if it is, we need to have fast response times to get to people's homes when they are on fire, when
someone has been a heart attack, they are in a vehicles accident or there's a hazardous materials call. >> the goal of a 911 call is to get to the scene in 11 minutes. >> the commute times we aren't meeting the standards. that's about road design. >> a similar concern has been raised by san francisco fire chief over narrow streets in her districts. she was concerned fire trucks would not fit down narrow streets. city planners are trying to manage traffic flows, the chief is hoping emergency crews will have a voice in any changes. abc7 news. >> in richmond investigators say a man riding a bicycle was killed after he went around a railroad crossing arm. it happened just before 2:00 p.m. yesterday. it was near cutting and carleton boulevard. the man got hit by a union pacific train. investigators say he was trying to beat the train.
president obama is back in the white house this morning. he left los angeles last night after another whirlwind day of fundraising. his three-day west coast trip also took him to oregon where he spoke to families of the roseburg massacre and to san francisco. abc7 news was outside the theater on market treat yesterday where hundreds of people lined up hoping to get a glimpse of the president before his speech. the fundraiser also attracted protesters, many from the block -- the black lives matter movement. president obama shared the spotlight with kanye west and offered some friendly advice to the rapper who may have political aspirations. we have that story. >> in case kanye is serious about this whole thing, or thinks it's easy, i do have advice for him. first of all, you have to spend a lot of time dealing with some strange characters who behave like they are on a reality tv show. and you have to be cool with that. >> being married to kim kardashian shouldn't be a problem.
>> saying that you have a beautiful dark twisted fantasy. that's what's known as off-message in politics. you can't say something like that. a lot of people have lost congressional seats saying things like that. >> that might be good advice for kanye to follow. he went to serious issues he said this country needs to address, including immigration, climate change and gun violence. >> we don't have to have young boys in oakland getting shot every day. we don't have to have kids in classrooms feeling threatened because somebody's got an ak-47. we don't need to have that. that's a choice we make. president obama said gun massacres are avoidable with regulation changes and preserve the constitution and protect children. and that was abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson. >> check this out. an oakland family will remember this moment forever. president obama embraced their baby boy at sfo shortly before
taking off from los angeles. they were invited to the president's send-off, and the commander-in-chief took notice of joseph iii. >> he said how great will it be if he reaches for the baby. you always think about those candid shots of president and baby. we really hoped he would but said it would be far-fetched. when he said give me that baby, we all swooned and melted. >> it was amazing. i'm still star struck. >> family members snapped these photos just a few feet away from the president and little joseph. >> happening today, streets between fremont and sinole will be closed to call so bicyclists and pedestrian can have the trail to themselves and raise funds for a new bike trail. this is what niles canyon trail looks like from open the trial. it's pretty narrow in some places. now here's the road from the
bicyclist's point of view. pretty scary of the last year a bicyclist was killed. there's a move to put in a trail separate from niles canyon road. >> approaching the:12 on your sunday morning. carolyn took a great weekend to take off. >> yeah, do you know where she is? >> where? >> she's at the raiders game! i also tweeted it so she won't be mad at me. >> allot get to the temperatures in your neighborhood when we return. also ahead, spencer stone gets a special hospital visit after being stabbed outside a sacramento bar. and
train hero spencer stone's spirits are up after a visit in the hospital. he was stabbed early thursday morning. police are still looking for the attackers. earlier this year he and two other friends stopped a terrorist attack on a train in paris earlier this year. yesterday one of his friends visited him. he posted this picture on instagram. it said, saw the hero today.
he also tweeted, spencer is one tough guy, and only he could have gone through something like that and lived yet again. although it's sometimes hard to tell with our warm weather, winter is just around around the corner and that means it's time for flu shots. kaiser permanente in fremont is offering drive-through flu shots. just roll down the window and roll up your sleeve. while you will a shots may not be that convenient, doctors say it's important to get one now before the end of the month. that's when the flu virus can begin to appear, and it takes two weeks for the vaccine to take effect. a high school in fresno has some serious star power. >> hey, if it isn't -- if it isn't the entire class of the high school. he recorded a seven-minute video that played at halftime on friday night's homecoming game. it was a student's idea. they invited a social media campaign inviting him to school. tom hanks is on location shooting a movie, but to their surprise he still responded. >> didn't hear a response for quite a while and all of a sudden he responded two weeks later and we thought, are you serious?
it's once in a lifetime. like for a long time. we will remember that it was tom hanks that paid attention to our school. >> students and teachers also dressed up as some of hanks's characters every day last week. they hope he will eventually make his way to the school for an in-person visit. >> lock at this monster pumpkin. monster pumpkins like this will be there tomorrow for the world championship weigh-off. the record is 2330 pounds. if someone beats it, $30,000 will go to the grower. the winning pumpkin will also get a starring role in next weekend's famous half moon bay art and pumpkin festival. schaub a good time. >> yeah, and wait until you see
the forecast model i am going to show you? it's pretty interesting. there are some low clouds around the bay that continue to disappear. a few patches of clouds maybe at the coast, but this is tropical storm nora. it's the 14th storm in the pacific. it could become a hurricane by monday. 60 miles per hour winds right now but the pacific continues to be active. indicative of el nino with the warmer waters along the equator. here we are looking at sutro many oakland up to 65. three degrees warmer now than yesterday. remember we had all the fog yesterday. so with a warmer start due to all the sunshine, we will have a warmer finish today. 62 morgan hill. 61 half moon bay. all cleared out on the peninsula and looking at sfo where we see tons of sun. 64 concord. 68 by the belta.
very light wind. and that's going to help you warm up into the 80s today. 90s not far off. the warmest day of the week looks to be tuesday. here's another vantage point with the cloud cover disappearing. patchy clouds this morning. sunny skies, much warmer tomorrow and tuesday the winds go offshore. then we get extra cloud cover and that will cool us off next week, maybe see sprinkle. then we are looking at an interesting second half of the work week. the hot weather begins the work week, but the second week we could get wet. the rip currents out there. a couple clouds to the north of us. there's a system to the south that will be cooling off southern california as soon as tomorrow. and for us it will come our way, but it's not going to make it all the way up into the central coast. that's why we probably won't see much out of that system, but as
for today the onshore flow is still with us. it should be a nice afternoon. as with he go through the next couple of days you notice wednesday, thursday, precip around the higher elevations. we could see a light shower, mist and drizzle. but takes a hook what happens by saturday. this is a more organized system coming from the north. anywhere from .2 to .4-inch by next weekend but it could also dissipate. it's pretty far out. low 70s today from san francisco for fleet week. it should be a beautiful afternoon. a little breezy at times. if you are head over to oakland numbers in the upper 70s. a light breeze. and elsewhere around the bay we are look at 80s making a comeback in the north bay. 84 santa rosa. upper 70s for santa cruz. mid-80s morgan hill. pretty nice today but it gets pretty hot tomorrow. its short lived, though.
but by next saturday could be more rain. you can see what is showing up anytime with our abc7 news weather app. it's free. we have more information at abc7news.com/apps. >> certainly enjoy the breeze while we have it. >> yeah. agree. >> coming up next, the warriors meet the president and they brought larry along with him. what steph curry had to say. and as we head to break, we are honoring hispanic heritage month. here is our honoree for
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>> it's football sunday and a big day for fantasy football fans. the idea is that anyone can win big money but is that really true and who is actually winning. we have a story from our sister network espn. >> fans winning big, and in some cases really big. like the gomez brother who won $1 million in a single contest last year. >> when we won, i was nauseous and i didn't feel good. everybody thinks you would feel good but i didn't. >> it's part of the fantasy
football craze. what happens in nfl games later today will result in tens of millions of dollars going to fans whose rosters have the best players. but who are you really competing with? sometimes it's average joes, but sometimes itself described bros. >> i have days i have won over $40,000 in one single day. >> pros like mark might make up less than 1% of the fantasy playing population, but it could be a very lucrative 1%. >> there are some people who are better than others but they put more time and effort into it and they have learned and grown to that point. i don't think anything is unfair honestly. >> but as winners, big and small are celebrating and some fans and investigators are asking questions about whether the deck has been stacked against you. >> fantasy operators coming under fire this week after it was learned that ethan haskell, a draft kings employ', came in second place and won $350,000 on
an nfl fan duel contest. >> how pref length is this information? how many people within the company have access to it? >> they are calling into question whether proprietary information could have been used by an employee to win against competitors. >> both draft kings and fan duel have band their employees from playing in the contests for money. let us give it up for our world champions, the golden state warriors! >> oakland mayor libby shaft led cheers when the nba champion warriors took the stage yesterday during president obama's fundraiser in san francisco. mvp steph curry carried out the trophy. the nba mvp talked about defending their titles. >> we are going back to work, trying to work open another one of these. [cheers and applause] >> today is about your rally for something bigger than that.
good to see everybody here. >> the warriors season begins on october 27th when they host the new orleans pelicans. 9:27 the time. much more ahead on the news. governor brown signs a new gun control measure where firearms will now be banned in the state. and now a group that rescued horses is facing a crisis. what they need
>> thanks for joining us, i'm chris ngyen, carolyn has the day off. here's lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. lisa, good morning. good morning. a lock from the east bay hills camera where you look back and you see the fog is barely there. temperatures are responding into the mid-60s for mountain view and oakland this morning. highs for you will be in the upper 70s.
close to 80 on parts of the peninsula. 61 half moon bay. the golden gate bridge, oh, we are hock being at a very sunny day. and fairfield leading the pack here at 68 degrees. with he have 60s, 70s and 80s in the forecast. but that will translate into bigger numbers today and a big warmup tomorrow. chris. >> thank you, lisa. while our weather is pleasant, southern california is boiling. the temperature reached 105 degrees in one orange county city yesterday. 63 people were treated in a heritage day parade. band members practiced in full uniform before the parade. and instructors told band members to drink lots of water. the heat was so bad, cables melted in west los angeles, causing power outages in west los angelos. in south carolina there are still thrash flood warnings in effect this morning even though dry conditions are predicted for the rest of the week. even with things simmering down, more than 300 bridges and roads remain closed.
100 dams are still being monitored on top of the 20 that already breached. 19 people have died on account of the floods. south carolina's governor is urging residents to stay at home today and watch some football. >> now for the race to the white house. time is running out for joe biden. >> this morning joe biden dodging questions about 2016 and dodging reporters literally. >> get out of my way, will you? >> spending the weekend in delaware with his family, weighing a political decision of a lifetime. >> how are you? >> the deadline fast approaching to make it on to state ballots, every day counts. joe biden told abc news he believes he has about one week left to make up his mind. a decision that will come after tuesday's democratic debate.
while biden will not be on that las vegas stage, hillary clinton will. the democratic frontrunner taking a break from the campaign trail over the weekend and holding mock debates to prepare. her numbers declining, and raking in cash. and while the democrats prepare for their first proposal time face-off, the republicans are on the sidelines.. donald trump talked about the secret to his success. >> what's the secret to my popularity? honestly? it's my looks. yes, i'm very handsome. it's the only thing i can think of right now. >> the ever-humble donald trump. the policy say if joe biden
jumps in, he could make a big difference in hillary clinton's numbers. and if biden wants to run he has to jump in soon and start raising some serious crash. abc news, wilmington, delaware. >> as for republicans, political experts say the gop is putting on an alarming display for election of a speaker. ever since john boehner resigned as speaker of the house, there's been chaos in the lower chamber. many saw louisiana governor bobby jindal on "this week" saying the row public hi cans are in a mess. >> if i say one thing for the campaign and do another thing when it's time to govern so it's not good personalities, it's about a speaker who say i'm
willing to fight for conservative principles. >> this morning the leader of the house republican hardliners say the group looks favorably on representative paul ryan if he were to run for speaker. ryan has said repeatedly, hour, that he will not. >> president obama is -- governor brown is making restrictions on firearms tighter. it is currently illegal to have a firearm within one thousand feet of a school or college, but people with permits are exempted. that exemption ends with a new law. governor brown also signed an act that will allow you to automatically register to vote the next time you renew your >> the victim from the shooting we talked about earlier today that is died. the shooting was at plymouth avenue. authorities are still look for
the gunman. 9:34 is our time. it's been a little more than a year since an outpouring of sport from abc7 news viewers over the rescue of surviving and abused horses. the horses are thriving now, but the group is facing a crisis. we have more. what we are doing is giving something that somebody didn't want that was being thrown out, we gave him a life. >> here's bobo in september of last year, starving and infested with parasites. >> i didn't think he was going to make it. >> bobo was one of more than 30 neglected horses found in morgan hill and gilroy, all owned by the same man, now convicted of felony animal abuse. >> nobody will take the time to fix these horses and give them a second chance. >> at first santa clara county animal control refused to step in, so a nonprofit equine rescue center bought 11 horses in the worst condition and brought them
to a sanctuary south of hollister. one horse was so sick he did die within a few hours. but now after a year of expert care, the others are all doing well. this is five-month-oldmer len and his mother, who was pregnant when she was rescued. >> both horses have such special needs. they need grain and hay three times a day. it's not an easy process. >> volunteers pitched in. >> healing. the horses give me love, i can give them love. >> but the care still costs thousands of dollars. the horse's former owner is under court order to pay restitution, but the monthly checks barely make a dent. $14.54. >> monica runs the center which finds homes for adoptable horses and provides sanctuary for others. >> you can tell which horses we've had for a long time because they are fat. >> the long drought and lack of hay has led to a glut of unwanted and neglected horses
they have more than 80 and are struggling to pay the bills. it's so bad they may have to shut down but there is hope. >> this property has four wells on it. >> that's right, there's water here so they need an irrigation system to grow food and cut down the hay bills. >> it will unable them to be financially solvent and secure and not have to rely so heavily on donors on an ongoing basis. >> philanthropist craig dooling said if the group can show they have irrigation and it's financially viable, he has large donors lined up to buy it and preserve it forever as a horse sanctuary. if not, the future looks grim. >> that was ama daetz reporting. the center needs to raise about $50,000. they are about halfway to the goal and need your help. we have a link at our website, abc7news.com. still ahead on the sunday morning news. the future is now. we will take you aboard the
navy's newest ship. and the advanced technology on it is pretty impressive. first, a live look outside from our emeryville camera -- or our exploratorium camera, rather. a beautiful shot. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few minutes. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real?
it will stretch from downtown to east san jose, linking a number of city parks from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. u might notice signs like this along streets that will car-free today. it will feature activities for people of all ages and some of the highlights include a chance to see owl 8 super bowl trophies won by the raiders and the 49ers. how is it looking for the south bay? >> nice. we will see more 80s again. 2 to 5 degrees warmer again. as we look outside now, it's sunny out there. low 60s for you, concord and livermore. some more mid-80s return today. we will talk about the 90s on the slate for tomorrow for many of you and tuesday as well. >> see you soon. also ahead, a the cal bears
in sports both the raiders and 49ers will try to rebound from losses last week. the silver and black play the denver broncos. tonight the niners look to end their three-game skid against the new york giants at met life stadium. kickoff at 5:30. last night 23rd ranked cal battled number five utah. it came down to the final minute.
here are the highlights from this morning's sports report. >> good morning. well, quarterback gerald goff was having a heisman-like season until he faced off against fifth-ranked utah in their biggest game of the year. he drew five picks. first quarter, goff knows he has trevor davis in single coverage. puts it only where he can catch it. 35 yards. the touchdown, and 7-3 bears. utah answers. a great individual run by devante booker. finds his way through the hole and then he will get down the sideline and dives in. 40 yards and the touchdown. 10-7, utah. later in the second. the utah 7. this interception and utah is able to turn it into another touchdown. booker bounces off. now 24-10 utah. third quarter, tre watson able to run in a four-yard touchdown of his own. despite all the turnovers, cal is down 27-24. now in the fourth. fourth and five. goff's throw knocked away.
got away with a little pass interference there. cal loses for the first time this year. 30-24, the final. san jose state and unlv. coming back from an ankle injury. looks pretty good here. second quarter the 40-yard touch. stars led at the half. rebels battle back. to boyd. 22 yards. unlv up 4 with 3:40 remaining in the game. sparts, fourth and ten. give the ball to tyler irvin on the screen pass. he goes 21 yards. over a minute remaining. 27-24. unlv got a late field goal. sends it to overtime. tyler irvin scores from two yards out. sparty improve to 3-3. winning 33-27, your final. >> the sharks won their 25th season opener beating the los angeles kings. and last night the home opener against anaheim, many believe the ducks will capture the cup this season. shining early on. stopped all 27 stops he faced. corey perry denied on the rebound. a minute left in the second. logan couture. the pass.
the sharks keep it. 1-0 sharks after two. third period still 1-0. third period. still 1-0. marleau. scores on the wrap-around. he's nine points short of a thousand in his career. sharks win it 2-0. >> found the first one and then the second one. it was nice to get there. >> we got better as the game went on, especially in the third period. a 1-0 game and showing a lot of character how we played. we were playing in their end most of the third period. it was a good effort tonight. >> the sharks are back and we are for real this year! >> 49ers face the giants in new york. the raiders face the broncos. highlights tonight at 5:00 right here on abc7. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> 9:47 is our time. lisa, it feels like summer never ends here >> i know. it's danelaw view, right? all right. good morning, everybody.
looking at warmer weather this morning. already in the upper 60s in some neighborhood. a little hazy in some spots but should be nice today. it's good air quality for one more day. a little sea breeze tomorrow. then an offshore flow and records through this time of year. not hard to beat many we could see some of those on tuesday with plenty of 90s inland and near 80 at the beaches. 65 in oakland. you are much warmer this morning. 63 morgan hill. half moon bay you can see all the 60s here. really a nice start to the day. and emeryville, lots of sunshine for you. numbers into the 70s again. but more like the upper 70s for some area around oakland. delta, 68 degrees. very little wind to speak of. low 70s for napa. cool in the low 50s. everyone catching up in the low to mid-60s already. more 80s on tap-in the inland east bay.
a pretty nice afternoon. you may be getting tired of all the dry, sunny days but we have a couple more to go before things change. warmer days through tuesday. a big warmup tomorrow. tuesday will be the warm of the day. and cooler. we could see a few sprinkles, the slight chance of a shower by the middle of the week. and then a more organized system looks like it could head our way by next weekend. so things are pretty far out. it's hard to bet on, but at least it's worth talking about. here's a look at the beach hazard statement that continues into today from the north coast all the way down through monterey with the big wells, possibility of rip currents there. we are keeping a good onshore flow and comfortable weather today. an upper level low is cutoff from the main branch of the jet stream. it will meander into southern california. that will give us our first opportunity of some showers and the cloud cover that will cool us off by wednesday. but as we continue into friday,
looks quiet. by saturday check it out. this is that argued system that could bring some of the models want to bring a decent amount of rain. we will have to wait and see if it still stays organized but at least things are changing. it looks like warm days will be behind us after tuesday. low 90s in fresno. los angeles a little cooler, 8 in yosemite. low 70s and sunny in monterey. we will be looking at fleet week activities again today. breezy winds by the around. about 71 degrees right at the waterfront. san jose, you will enjoy some warmer days tomorrow hopefully and tuesday. after that temperatures continue to tumble right through next weekend. over in oakland light winds that allow temperatures to climb into the upper 70s, 1:25. 84 for concord. 86 livermore. biggest warmup in the north bay. and upper 70s palo alto, 79 redwood city. accuweather seven-day forecast
warm all day tomorrow. getting hot on tuesday. possible records and maybe some showers. >> changes, changes, they are coming. >> yeah. >> lisa, thanks. >> fleet week pops up in san francisco. another big attraction, the giant navy ships on display. sky 7hd was over the bay for the fleet week parade of ships friday morning. shows ships, like the uss coronado, which we are look at right now, have a lot of technology you can't see. we go behind the scenes. >> this is the most advanced ship i've ever served on. it has the latest and greatest toys and gadgets. >> this electronic technician knows the ship like the back of his hand. >> what does it look like on the bridge? >> a lot of people say it looks-like star trek, and i would have to agree. >> it's a new breed of ship, faster and lighter. >> very maneuverable. >> this ship can walk sideways.
>> gone is the old-fashioned helm, replaced with the joysticks you might find on an airplane and one of to edge two with cruise control. >> and the ship will automatically steer. the levers will move by themselves. >> meaning the navigator can spend more time look at the water instead of looking at a map. >> that's the main job, to safely navigate the ship. >> just about everything is different, including what it's made of. that's yet another thing they have in common with an aircraft. >> looks like it is covered in tinfoil. >> yes, that's actually insulation. >> it covers the ship for good reason >> it's made of aluminum. one of the reasons we can go as fast as we can. >> aluminum is more flammable than the steal used in other ships. the insulation is fire retardant. it's important when you have jet fuel around. >> we have one of the biggest flight decks in the navy. >> this is the swiss army knife of ships some. >> oh, yeah. >> and the whole point of the coronado, it sails short missions of all different types. it's set up for an anti-piracy operation. >> they go out and board
here the winning numbers from last night's $60 million power ball drawing. nobody picked all six so wednesday night's jackpot goes up to $70 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $16 million super lotto plus draw. one ticket purchased matched all six to win the jackpot. this afternoon warriors fans will have their chance to take a picture with the nba championship trophy in santa cruz. the league won by the warriors will also be on display with the larry o'brian trophy from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the isn't crowd beach boardwalk near the band stands. it's been everywhere since the warriors won their first nba title in 40 years in june with players taking it to their hometowns and to college football games. >> lisa, a final weather check? >> with all the dry days
hopefully you are getting prepared for some changes because we are going to look at a wetter winter. we can be sure of it at this point. tonight it's a warmup and dry condition again. 86 livermore, upper 70s santa cruz. very sunny and warm tomorrow, tuesday an offshore flow and then maybe a chance of a shower. looks like we could see more rain next weekend. have to love that el nino. >> yeah! >> thanks, lisa. and thanks for joining us on the sunday morning news. news continues now john loin, on twitter, facebook and on all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. as we say good-bye, let's take a live look outside one more time. here's a view from the sutro tower camera pointed at the golden gate bridge. beautiful condition out there. fleet week festivities continue today. be sure to tag your photos. for carolyn, lisa and all of us here on abc7 news, i'm chris
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