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now at 11:00, sky 7 hhd was over the marin county jail, three drifters accused of murders areturn to the bay area. tonight, details about the serious punishment they could face. good evening, thanks for joining us. dan ashley is off. authorities transported sean angold, lila alligood and haze melanie woodrow is live in the newsroom. >> reporter: the suspects could face life in prison or the death penalty. authorities picked them up in portland. with shaved heads and wearing orange jumpsuit lila alligood, sean angold, and morrison lampley arrived in jail. they killed hiker steve carter in marin county and canadian tourist audrey carey in golden
gate park. carter's dog was also shot and injured. several people reported seeing the true you in san francisco around the time of carey's death. escape from new york pizza employee recalls serving someone who looked like alligood. >> there was no silent interaction, no aggression. >> reporter: tips and security video helped investigators identify the suspects. all three are facing murder, robbery, stolen vehicle, and property along with animal cruelty charges. lampley is also facing stolen firearm and ex-felon in possession of a firearm charges. they'll stand trial for both murders in marin county though they took place in different counties. >> it's a little unusual but it happens. >> reporter: abc 7 legal analyst says it could be a strategic move. >> if you're a prosecutor and you can introduce evidence about two murders in the same form, it can strengthen your case against each one of them. >> reporter: the special circumstances that make them eligible for the death penalty
include multiple murders, lying in wait and murder during a robbery. the arraignment hearings for all three are wednesday at 9:00 in the morning in marin superior court. in the newsroom, abc 7 news. >> melanie, thank you. abc 7 news was there moments after fire department rescue swimmers pulled a man from san francisco bay. witnesses say the man jumped into the water from a dock at the ferry building at 6:00 p.m. and treaded water for several minutes. the ferry crew tossed him a life ring. he never reached for it. he was conscious when paramedics took him to the hospital. santa clara county sheriffs detectives have been processing the area where a human skull was found this morning. it turned up near montaveno road and sherrys way in los gatos. lilian kim is live with the story tonight. >> reporter: the skull was found nearly two miles up the road. detectives are done for the night but their work is far from
over. homicide detectives, search and rescue teams and cadaver dogs converged on the steep and narrow road by los gatos. someone discovered a human skull on sherrys way. >> they're trying to locate any evidence. all evidence can be part of the crime if it is a crime. later if he determine it was a crime, we have the evidence to set the scene. >> reporter: detectives haven't confirmed yet if the skull is that of a man or woman. they also don't know how long it's been there. so far they found no other body parts in the area. >> i got some texts from neighbors. yeah. >> reporter: does it worry you at all? >> oh, yeah, because i live up here. >> reporter: word spread quickly among people who live in this part of the mountains. deputies escorted residents past the road block, a drive they've taken countless times without problem until today. >> sad i drove past someone every day, everyone has ç right to be put to rest when they're
dead. >> reporter: for the sheriff's department, a possible clue to any number of cases involving a missing person. in los gatos, lilian kim, abc 7 news. a wildfire broke outs out of h hollister this afternoon. calfire reports the fire burned about 200 acres. it does not threaten any buildings. 125 firefighters are on the scene. taking a live look outside now from our abc 7 roof camera. if you loved today, you're going to love tomorrow. the heat is hanging on in the accuweather forecast. here's meteorologist drew tuma in tonight for sandhya patel. >> not feeling like fall out there. temperatures above normal by 15 degrees. take a look at highs today compared to records. san rafael 87 degrees. napa, 94 very warm degrees. 83 in richmond. both oakland and san francisco at 86 degrees. san jose warm at 88.
gilroy the one location that made a new record at 98 besting the old report of 96 set in 1992. the heat is sticking around one more day. we'll talk about how hot it gets for you, more importantly when it will feel like fall in the accuweather forecast. >> we look forward to that. thank you, drew. we want to see you hour beating the heat. send us your picture withon instagram and may see them here on abc 7 news. david elliot faces accusations of performing lewd acts with a 12-year-old boy. the boy's mother called them after her son reported something happened while he was with elliot. elliot has been a foster parent for the past five years. >> always very troubling because obviously we have a single man becoming a foster parent and then having these children which were all i'm assuming boys that were in his home.
>> elliot remains in jail this evening. palo alto police arrested this man for lewd behavior in a park. joseph harold is accused of exposing himself thursday afternoon at a park. a woman tipped off police. they say no children were in the park at the type. new at 11:00, time is running out tonight for foster kids in the north bay. their longtime unique group home is slated to close in a week and the future is unknown. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard found everyone is hoping for a miracle. >> reporter: young residents of the sonoma county children's village are sending out an sos, these handwritten signs a cry for help. the village must close its doors next week. >> it'sok devastating to me because this was my home. >> reporter: 18-year-old alyssa has lived at the village for five years alongside her five brothers and sisters. the unique facility was founded to do that, keep foster kids together. we agreed not to show her face.
>> i got through with my siblings, we got here all together which is a big deal. it couldn't have happened any other place. >> reporter: state funding to run the village has vanished. governor brown just signed legislation to close most group homes in california getting kids into family-based foster homes the new focus. >> this is their home. >> reporter: last weekend the director broke the news to 16 kids still living here. there was pizza and bounce houses but nothing could soften the blow. >> a boy said, that means nobody cares for me, i might as well just go live under a bridge. >> reporter: 94% of kids who called the village home have graduated high school and went on to college. >> nobody knows where they're going to go. >> reporter: kids will soon be placed into new foster homes, 50 employees at the village could be laid off. till then, kids are writing these letters to celebrities like taylor swift, even president obama, looking for donations and help to save their home. in santa rosa, cornell barnard,
abc 7 news. take a look at a rare shark sighting off alcatraz island, a great white attacking a seal. a tourist caught it on camera this past weekend. organizers of the dolphin's club escape from alcatraz triathlon were considering canceling the event this saturday because of the sighting but they'll monitor the water and the race will go on. they'll be jumping in near the spot where the video was shot. >> it was scary. yeah. to see a big pool of blood in the water, definitely scary. something that you think about while you're out there. >> marine biologists say there has never been a shark sighting this far into the bay. still ahead here on abc 7 news at 11:00, developing news. an entire building collapses with firefighters inside. plus, the woman taking live streaming to a whole new level. the crime police say she broadcast for all the internet to see. also, two sisters torn apart decades ago. the chance encounter bringing them back together. and playboy pioneered
fremont, palo alto, north bay, and all the bay area. this is abc 7 news. >> new at 11:00, there's been a tragedy in the midwest. two firefighters died while battling this massive apartment building fire in kansas city, missouri. two others were hurt. part of a building collapsed on the firefighters moments after they rescued two people from the inferno. fire chief says they were trying to get out of the building after it had been weakened. oversharing on social media landed a florida woman in jail. >> i am -- >> 23-year-old whitney biel said she was drunk as she drove home live streaming it over the
periscope app. she said she hoped she didn't get a dui as she hit a street sign. people watching the live stream called 911. police used landmarks in the background to catch up with her. >> she was out of it. it was obvious by watching that live streaming videofá how bad e was. >> the she is out of jail on bond. her attorney says biel will -- playboy revealed tonight it will no longer show women fully nude starting next year. with internet pornography a click away, publishing photos of nude women is pa say. tonight we have the story of two sisters torn apart four decades ago but a miracle reunion has brought them back together. here's abc news reporter lindsay davis. >> reporter: it was the most unlikely of reunions. >> when i asked holly what her last name was in korea, she said shin, i said that was also my last name, too.
>> reporter: holly hoyle o'brien and meagan hughes started working in the same florida hospital and found out they had more in common. >> i found out about her being in orphanage, i said we need to do a dna test. >> reporter: both lived in orphanages in korea, and both adopted by american families. 40 years later -- >> i can't believe i finally found my sister. i never gave up on her. i cried and cried. sorry. >> reporter: typically it's just the patients who come to doctor hospital in sar soes be healed but this time it was the staff. hundreds watched as giant pumpkins tipped the scales to see which one weighed the most in half moon bay. abc 7 news reporter amy hollyfield posed with this year's champion. see it right there. the pumpkin weighed 1,969 pounds. a farmer from oregon grew it. the winner missedñi the world record set last year at 2,058
pounds. all right. well, it's time to get a check on our weather. it is really warm out there. drew, for almost mid-october? >> yeah, these records today in gilroy it was warm in a lot of spots today and one more day of this heat. and then it will start to feel more like fall. hang in there. live doppler 7 hd right now. quiet pick her. high pressure in control. we're dry. beautiful downtown san francisco. you don't see the fog or the low clouds. right now, it's 69 degrees currently in san francisco. oakland, 70. 69 in mountain. san jose, 71. morgan hill, 69. half moon bay at 55 degrees. we'll take you across the bay showing you we have good visibility out there and still on the mild side temperature wise. santo rosa 65. 64 novato. livermore, still warm at 71 degrees. the forecast calls for hot temperatures one more time inland tomorrow. and then changes move in midweek. first with some clouds then some cooler temperatures.
then we'll track the chance÷ú oa slight shower possible over the weekend. the big story out there right now, look at this, our 24-hour temperature change. it's a warm night tonight out there. 9 degrees warmer in san francisco than this time yesterday. 11 in oakland. 9 degrees warmer in san jose. the reason why live doppler 7, along with satellite, a couple things are going on. first, two areas of high pressure these are acting kind of like the heat pump and are not loomoving the next 24 hours. the heat moves on one more day. low pressure to our south is going to move into southern california on wednesday. starts to bring clouds and also cooler temperatures across the entire state on thursday. so future weather shows you by wednesday into thursday, southern california has a slight chance of showers. for us it's really going o help to break our heatwave. then we'll try a cold front on future weather friday into saturday. a front moves in off the coast and onto land. itweakens, loses its moisture. there's a slight chance of a
shower as the front weakens by saturday afternoon. overnight tonight, plenty of stars out there. going to be warm. mid 50s to low 60s across the region. that's going to set the stage for another warm day. so highs for tuesday, starting in the south bay with our microclimate, san jose up to 90. 94 morgan hill. 92 cupertino. sunnyvale up to 90 degrees. along the peninsula, equally as warm. 89 palo alto. 90 mountain view. 87 san mateo. daley city, 77 mild degrees. 92 sonoma. 89 san rafael. 90 for vallejo. into the east bay tomorrow, 86, oakland. 90, castro valley. 85 berkeley. inland, still in the 90s. 92 pittsburg. accuweather seven-day forecast. hot inland tomorrow. wednesday here we twgo. changes coming. increasing clouds by thursday.
partly cloudy out there. the bigger story finally feeling like fall by friday. over the weekend you want to two to the pumpkin patch, saturday and sunday will feel like october finally with fall temperatures and slight chance of a shower saturday afternoon. >> all right, that sounds good. thank you so much, drew. all right. still ahead here on abc 7 news bay area, the model and talk show host who has been open about her struggles with fertility takes to social media for a big announcement. >> when it happens where you live -- >> work to bring back the bay light as a permanent fixture on the bridge is under way. >> the abc 7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> live in marin county. >> 101. >> san rafael. >> los gatos. >> set up to help people. >> this investigation started with a tip. >> i sure want to see that video. >> your everything. >> this mural was made by local schoolchildren. >> the news that matters where you live. choose the team that works for you. >> roseburg, oregon.
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>> a record 21 home runs hit in four postseason games today. previous high was 15 back in 1995. national league top of the order with the dodgers. boo. and the mets in new york. series tied at a game a piece. things not going the way dodger managersarez mattingly wanted i to. mets already up 7-3 in the fourth. former rady yoenis cespedes crushes it into the second deck. mets go up 10-3. sloppy late. the mets win 13-7. they can clench the series tomorrow night. game three. cardinals/cubs. beautiful wrigley field. cubs had a major league postseason record hitting six home run in one game all by different guys. in order. kyle schwarber. starlin castro. kris bryant. anthony rizzo. soler. dexter fowler. coming via the long ball. hang on 8-6 over st. louis to take a 2-1 series lead. the cubs can clench it in game four tomorrow afternoon. american league now. astros trying to close out the defending american league champion royals. astros rookie carlos correa the
second youngest player with two homers in a postseason game. 5-2 lead in the seventh. next man up, colby rasmus. been on fire. fourth home run in five games. 6-2 houston. in the eighth, the royals rally. bases loaded. nobody out for kendris morales. shoots it up the gut. bounces off correa's glove for an error. in the ninth, eric hosmer. insurance. two-run blast. royals win it 9-6. deciding game five wednesday in kansas city. rangers trying to eliminate toronto with a win today. former oakland a's, they're everyone. two-run shot to right puts toronto ahead early. kevin palar hits this. blue jays win 8-4. forcing another decisive game five. this one wednesday in toronto. novato native, chargers
hosting the steelers monday night. chargers up seven midway through the fourth. michael vick is still around. finds markus wheaton. 72-yardzv score. we're tied at 17. chargers kick a field goal to take the lead. final play of the game le'veon bell. barely gets into the end zonee1 after a second effort. very close ÷úplay. knee is oh so close to being down. it was reviewed. the call stands. steelers win 24-20. chargers top to 2-3. abc 7 sports report brought to you by xfinity. announced his retirement today after 26 years as head coach. one national championship. only person to win a heisman trophy and coach a heisman winner. he will be missed. >> that's neat. thank you so much. keep tabs on the news with abc 7 news continues online, twitter, facebook, and mobile devices it our abc 7 news app. download it now. our next newscast is