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lake and middletown looking at showers through lake port. we widen the perspective. there's the weak front. here's the area of low pressure. it all has to push into the bay area through tomorrow. 47 mountain view, 45 in novato. so throughout the next couple of hours the lane slowly advances to the south and east and by 10:00 a few light showers. but it's more like the afternoon. east bay and south bay will get a few showers into the 49er game. then talk about a low before even heavier showers head our way through the monday morning commute. carolyn. lisa, thank you. we have breaking news out of san jose this morning. fifteen to twenty people are displaced after a three-alarm fire broke out in their building around 3:30 this morning. a resident heard an explosion, then saw the roof on fire. the flames destroyed the entire roof of that 8-unit apartment complex on walnut blossom drive. firefighters are saying there is
significant water and fire damage to all the units. the red cross is now on the scene helping those residents. fortunately no one was hurt. you may have seen a mysterious light in the sky last night for a good 20 or 30 minutes, which added to the mystery. here's video from glen cameron, who shot this from southbound 280 in san mateo county near the san francisco international airport. you can see how brightly it shined over the freeway. then this video from our abc affiliate in san diego shot near chula vista. there's an explanation from the u.s. navy. around 6:00 last night the navy fired an unarmed try dent missile test flight off the uss kentucky, which was off the coast of southern california. you can see the bright flash in this video.
people in the bay area are describing a similar sight. >> it was beaming off the lake and it was so bright it was shooting up in the air. it was awesome. it was weird. a spokesperson said missile testing is not routinely announced since the information is classified prior to launch. people have been sending us pictures and videos from all over, using the #abc7 now. karen sullivan's picture shows a cone of light tracing behind the rocket. and these pictures show a duller light but it's filling much of the sky. and rachel power shows the beaming light from the rocket and the light behind it. our pictures weren't just from the bay area, they came from southern california, phoenix and las vegas. when you see news where you live, take a photo or video and share it with us using the #abc7 now. we may show it on air or on
abc7news.com. the faa is investigating a small plane crash in san jose. all four people on board walked away. you can see it flipped over on the runway. it happened around 8:45 last night at the reed hillview airport. a single-engine cessna was landing when the landing gear hit the side of the runway. only one passenger went to the hospital with a minor injury. the federal aviation administration is investigating how a skydiving demonstration killed a sky diver in madera yesterday. thousands of people at the festival witnessed the tragedy. a reporter from our sister station in fresno reports on what went wrong. >> in a split second a family festival became the scene of an accident. >> everyone was just pointing at the sky, and i looked to see
someone falling in the parachute. >> authorities say a 65-year-old sky diver was taking part in an airshow and was trying to land at a madera airport. >> the victim's chute was tangled. attempts were made to disrupt the tangling of the chute. they proved to be unsuccessful. >> hundreds of feet away the victim's first chute landed among a row of trees. witnesses say this is video of that first chute landing in trees far away from his body. >> out of the corner of our eye we saw the loose parachute and it was flying all by itself like a deflated balloon, going down by itself. the sky diver himself fell next to alex's truck, who said he was in that very spot just minutes before the crash. >> sounded like a car hit something and turned around and sure enough, it was the gentleman that had fallen between the cars.
the federal aviation administration is now involved in the investigation to find out how exactly this tragedy could have happened. abc7 news. a car crash caused a gas leak in san jose. abc7 news was at san philippeway road near silver okay elementary school where a car flipped over yesterday afternoon. the crash knocked over some policy. one bent causing a break in a four-inch gas line. it took pg&e crews nearly two hours to stop the creek. a blue ribbon commission in santa clara county investigating a jail inmate's murder said it may have to quit before ever finding answers. the commission just learned the county has secretly hired a team of private consultants to do the same job. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has the details.
>> i have concerns about how this commission can receive. that's a former judge. she opened the first meeting of the blue ribbon commission. 25 volunteers from all walks with a common goal, investigate jails in santa clara county following the death of an inmate last august. three deputies were charged with his murder. but cordell said she was shocked to learn the county hired a private consultants to do the same job in secret. the results will be kept secret, even from this panel, who appear to be doing the same job. cordell believes th consultants hired to protect the county from future lawsuits. >> it's to expose everything, liability be damned. >> they got this lotter friday, and it notified them about the paid consultant, whose findings would only compliment the blue ribbon's commissions work. >> we need more and more transparency, not anymore secret commissions.
cordell said if the commission's findings aren't taken seriously, what is the point? >> a what i want is to, one, look at the jail from top to bottom in the open. that's what i want. supervisor cindy chavez said the board wants a complete investigation. >> our objective is to get as many eyes into the jail as possible. and what concerns me is the idea that there's something secret going on when there is not. >> the commission will meet again in two weeks. cordell said she wants more information about the consultants and their goal or else she'll step down. cornell bernard, abc7 news. loud, banging noises and traffic at a crowd. both are necessary nuisances at a project, happening in san francisco's south of market neighborhood. sergio shows us the scene on fourth and king streets where work is going on around the clock.
>> the sound of jack hammers and excavators continued into the second night of this eight-day rail project. all the noise just feet from several residential towers, loud enough to keep some up. >> i did wake up because i was not super prepared. >> jennifer said she's a little better prepared now thanks to a pocket full of earplugs she got from her building management team. >> i took a handful. they are handing them out as a courtesy to the residents. >> nicole and her boyfriend were checking out an apartment on this corner. they were surprised by the noise when they were inside on their tour. >> it's still pretty bad, honestly. they aren't soundproof windows. something to consider for sure. >> this round-the-clock construction is part of the t-line central subway project.
this phase will be finished saturday night. along with the noise is the traffic backup. drivers are being diverted off king street where i-280 ends. we saw cars backed up beyond mariposa on 280. >> how long have you been stuck in traffic? >> it's been about 40 minutes. not so great. as for muni rail riders on the current t-line, they said they will have to take shuttle buses a the embarcadero station heading through bay point at sunnyvale station. abc7 news. construction crews are demolishing a century-old railway bridge in the heart of san mateo. it will come down this weekend and be replaced with a newer seismically safe structure. the work is expected to finish tomorrow morning, which would be good. >> rain in the forecast? >> looks like some scattered
showers. but it goes with the season. what a pretty shot this morning from the roof camera. temperatures in the low 50s, not only in san francisco, over in oakland. it's beautiful putt there with a 6:42 sunrise. we will be talking about a little rain today, a little more tomorrow. low snow levels and chilly conditions. your forecast is straight ahead. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, park officials try to reduce the trash at ocean beach by removing trash bins. why they think this opposite approach will work. and an african nation declared free of ebola, but why officials are still concerned the deadly
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new this morning, family and friends gathered this morning for a memorial for the victims killed in last week's plane crash in egypt [bells toll] >> the bells at st. petersburg rang 224 times, one for each of the victims. most of them were from st. petersburg or other areas of northwest russia. some suspect a bomb a brought the flight down, but egypt warns it's still too early to say what caused the crash. sierra leone is free of ebola, but one of its
neighboring countries is not. 42 days have passed, twice the incubation period, since the last case was dispatched in sierra leone. nearly 4,000 people there died of ebola in the worst outbreak in history. now in neighboring begin any, health officials have recorded seven cases of ebola in the past 21 days. this is a move that seems to defy logic, getting rid of trash by getting rid of trash cans but that's exactly what they are doing at this beach in san francisco. and park officials say it's working. but at abc7 news reporter katieitis tells us, people who live around there aren't so sure. sand, eagles and a social experiment at san francisco's ocean beach. how do you reduce litter? >> i think more trash cans and bigger trash cans. >> instead the national park
service removed garbage cans in a campaign commonly known as pack it in, pack it out. i think in theory it's a great policy. i think we are all capable of bringing the stuff that we bring out to the beach back with us. >> evan boucher and his friends loaded their garbage into their car. but the neighbors say some won't make the effort. >> i don't think it's a good idea. i can't imagine it work being for everybody or they are on a bike, this won't take out their trash. the others say the old trash bins weren't working anyway. there's always trash. >> sometimes on the weekend when we walk the dogs we will bring bags and gloves to pick up and we are always filling them up. she came out more than a week ago. rangers have spent significantly less time cleaning up garbage, from several hours to 15 minutes. so far the experiment is working. even if it's counterintuitive.
>> humanity doesn't follow rules, not all of humanity. you will get probably a solid percentage of people who just litter. >> and those people will litter whether you have cans or not. as ocean beach, abc7 news. >> hundreds of people in san francisco got ready this weekend for the possibility of a wet el nino season. students, parents, neighbors of lakeshore elementary school spent yesterday building a rainwater catchment system on campus. it involves planting and replanting trees, clearing dirt and redirecting water away from storm drains. they wanted to put every drop of water to good use. it's raining tomorrow, and we're hoping that we can even catch some rainwater and it will have an immediate impact. >> the volunteers took home an important lesson about san francisco's water supply and
where it originates hundreds of miles away at the hetch hetchy reservoir. coming up tonight at 11:00. >> the idea of your nice little green grass getting water every day, that's going to be a thing of the past. >> californians were supposed to cut back on water, as you know, so why are there so many green lawns in southern california? abc7 news anchor looks at the water-wasters and explore why some say the cutbacks are unnecessary. that story right here on abc7 news tonight at 11:00. happening today a festival to honor loved ones who have passed away. today is the 20th annual dia de los muertos festival in oakland. day of the dead. organizers expect thousands of people to attend. ten blocks will be closed off around the fruitvale bart station for the festival. there will be live music, dancing and arts and crafts throughout the day.
the festivities started at 10:00 this morning at the fruitvale transit village. you said they will be getting rain? yeah, there's a bike ride going on and all sorts of things. this time of year, it's not unusual to have showers and be chilly, but not as cold as yesterday. we have the big sur half-marathon, the napa valley half mare that you know and a few events to get your head wet, and the niners game. we have showers through santa rosa. here's the sweep on top of mount st. helena. the cold front will continue to tag to the south. two phases to this system. the first one getting going right now. highway 101 where he will to the north. looking at hours around i-5 and clear lake it's a little damp. and further south around the park and petaluma, a few showers for you. for most of you you are looking
at some sunshine, a few clouds around and mild temperatures to start your sunday. good morning, san jose, 46. it's 41 morgan hill. this is mt. tam. a lot of cloud cover here. marin county, getting going with the rain showers. more to come for your monday. 47 in fairfield. it was in the 30s yesterday. 46 napa, 45 santa rosa and it's 50 in concord. all together anywhere from about 2 to 8 degrees warmer than yesterday. that's what happens when you have clear skies, radiational cooling. the opposite right now. the next couple hours light showers about 9:00. veteran's day parade about 11:00. things get more together from about 11:00 to 1:00 and by 2:00 the rain showers pushing to the east of the east bay but still showers in the south bay, pushing along santa cruz. then here cops our low overnight on sunday. just a few showers. but then the cold activity with
the unstable air and the low moves overhead. 7:00 from the north bay to the east bay, some heavy downpours. then 8:00 we have more downpours in the north bay, the peninsula, into the east bay. and it'sa going to add up to some pretty impressive rainfall totals. oh the first system pretty weak, a couple hundredth to a quarter inch from concord and a tenth for mountain view. then we go into the second phase with the heavier downpours. this is where it's hard to pinpoint where you get the heavy downpours, how much rain you get. that's why it fluctuates greatly electric a half-inch to a third of an inch in mountain view. that's the fast right now. ed second system more heavy air. we will have about 8 to 10 inches in donner and kirkland a wider area of light rain flour and althougherring snow levels tonight into tomorrow. you will feel the difference. it be cool today but balmy
compared to tomorrow. 61 in san mateo today with scattered showers. 62 san jose. tomorrow we will be looking at the chilly weather, and, you know, throughout the afternoon we will see the scattered showers in the south bay. so the time not great on this one. but still, hey, it's november. we need the rain. the accuweather seven-day forecast. the morning rain after the morning thunderstorms. you may be impacted more in the morning hours. monday, tuesday and wednesday, pretty frosty around here. cold mornings and could see a dusting around mt. hamilton and clear lake. >> i finally turned on my heat this week. >> there you go. thank you, lisa. up next, the beloved bay area football coach receives a huge honor after four decades on the
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the beloved former football coach at city college san francisco has received a huge honor. george rush is the winningest coach in community college history. 326 wins in his 46 years at cccf. yesterday ram stadium was renamed in his honor during a halftime ceremony during city college's game. it is like you come full circle. it really validates the purpose
and the values you place in your program, you know, when you start out. it makes you feel pretty good. >> rush retired after the last full year. titles as coach of the rams. >> thousands of people celebrated without blood cancer last night. abc7 news was at civic park in walnut creek for the light the night walk. it's the latest in a series of walks to find a cure for leukemia and lymphoma. thelan earns represent survivors, supporters and loved ones lost not disease. laura anthony you mc'd last night's event. much more ahead en to the abc7 sunday morning news. hillary clinton's new stance on
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>> welcome back. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, carolyn. good morning, everyone. we have a weak cold front sweeping through the area and it will sweep through the rest of the area through the afternoon. it's spreading light showers east of 101 florida glen ellen. and heelsburg. further into the sacramento valley, wilbur springs and i-5 looking pretty wet. the front will sweep through and then the area of low pressure. more snow to the sierra nevada and locally although snow levels here tomorrow. right now milder with numbers in the mid-40s. 43 in livermore. 50 concord. here is the deal. the next few hours you will see very weak frontal band from 1:00, 9:00. 10:00 maybe a few showers when
the parade gets underway in san francisco. a few light hours will hold together as it pushes through in the afternoon. we will talk about a slightly more impressive step tomorrow morning. >> thank you, lisa. breaking news in san jose this horn. nearly 20 people are displaced after a three-alarm fire broke out in an apartment building around 3:30 this morning. san jose fire officials say that fire destroyed the entire roof of an eight-unit apartment complex on walnut blossom drive. a resident heard an explosion and saw the roof was on fire. firefighters say there's significant water and fire damage to all eight units. they are making sure the residents are warm and the red cross is also there to help. protests against republican presidential candidate donald trump in new york city as his arch rival steps up the attack. and the battle for south carolina heats up among democrats. abc news reporter richard cantu
has the details.] chanting] protests outside trump tower in new york city prior to donald trump's snl appearance. the donald is welcoming the controversy in hopes it will boost his report. dr. carson, who trump criticized, continued his attacks saturday. trump tweeting, the people, made 10,000 donations this week raising $3.5 this week alone. thank you, biased media. >> bernie is sanders also going catch the retired neurosurgeon in north carolina. >> what is more important to me than ben carson and more important to the american people, ben carson, as i understand it, wants to abolish medicare. how is that? >> and meantime hillary clinton addressed marijuana at the federal level. >> i would like to move it from what is called schedule 1 to
schedule ii. so researchers at universities at the national institute of health could start researching what's the best way to use it? >> she also got some laughs learning to dance the wobble. south carolina will host the first southern in late february. richard cantu, abc news, new york. today on this week bernie sanders will discuss issues the country faces. sanders is preparing for his second debate and trump is coming off his stint on saturday night live. you can catch "this week" with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning right here on abc7. happening today, the 96,000 annual veteran's day parade in san francisco. this year near fisherman's wharf. it's usually held on market street. this year organizers moved it to fisherman's wharf in an effort to attract a larger crowd. the mayor, police chief and fire
chief ever expected to attend, as well as more than a thousand veterans. the parade begins at 11:00 this morning. a major veterans organization is suing the city of san francisco. the legal battle is over office space in a building dedicated in their honor. but the vets are feeling dishonored and they will be back in court later this week. >> veterans from many of the nation's wars gathered at san francisco's superior court, supporting a lawsuit against the city. >> they have basically treated us like the ugly stepchildren. >> veterans have been saluted with a beautiful granite memorial and reflecting pools on a site with earth from some of the battlefields. the legal battle is over the building next door. the war memorial veterans building was recently renovated, and just reopened. and while it was dedicated to veterans back in 1932, the lawsuit alleges they are now being pushed out, in favor of
high society tenants like the opera and other arts organizations. >> every time a veteran entity attempts to put a veteran service organization into this space, they are met with gating requirements roadblocks that other organizations that are perhaps more privileged are simply not. >> the lawyers use source to ploughshares for example. the nonprofit that provides housing and services for low income let's wants free rent at the trans building but the city is maintaining it does not meet the criteria. the mayor ed lee says he supports it, but -- >> i think there are charter mandated objectives that the war meme or i can't is required by law. >> the american legion is the plaintiff challenging the city. >> their community is more interested in helping the arts than they are helping veterans.
>> and this case heads back to court on thursday, the day after veteran's day. uber is going after napa. they will start targeting tourists in sonoma and napa counties. nearly 2,000 residents in both counties drive for the company. they have completed almost 500,000 trips since uber's debut last may. they say residents in or near san francisco can get a private car ride to napa for $97 to $126 on the lower-priced uber-x service >> happening today at least a thousand people will are clothing, toys and groceries, thanks to generosity in the east bay. today is the 32nd annual white phoney express mobile boutique at downer elementary school in san pap low. students and their family in contra costa can shop for new clothing, toys, books and games all free of charge. white phoney express is located in walnut creek.
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happening today, thousands of competitors will take to monterey bay this morning for the big sur half-marathon. more than 7,000 runners are expected to run in the 13th annual race. $20,000 will be awarded to the top eight finishers and the money raised from entry fees benefits the youth fitness program "just run." it teaches kids will healthy eating and healthy lifestyles. will the rain reach that far today? yes, it. it will take pretty much all throughout the afternoon but right now it's dry. 43 degrees in santa cruz. you see some sunshine. yesterday it went to 67. today just in the low 60s. so a cool-down for you with rain showers headed south throughout the around. we will talk about today. the wet and cold day tomorrow and the slightly warmer week ahead in a few minutes. >> thank you, lisa. s ahead, the warriors off to their best start since moving to
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>> in sports a big day for both the raiders and the 49ers. the silver and black travel to pittsburgh to face the steelers, looking for their third straight win. kickoff 10:00 this morning. and the blaine gabbert era begins for the 40ers against falcons at 1:00 this morning. stanford will likely move up in the playoff rankings when the stats are released on tuesday. yesterday the cardinals beat colorado in their last road game of the season. here's shu. he's got all the highlights from this morning areas sports. >> good morning. the 11th-ranked stanford cardinals had to win big to have any chance of making the final four playoffs in college football. a good start yesterday, corraling the buffalos in colorado. tied at 7. the throw to michael. 43 yards, 14-7, stanford. 1:55 left. hogan facing the run.
finds wide open schultz. 21-7. momentum on their side. stanford needs to put up points in the third. plenty of blocks and speed. 47 yards. 35-10 cardinals. it was the homecoming for chriser mccaffey. grew up in castle rock, colorado. he threw a touchdown in the fourth. 28 yards to austin hooper. stanford cruising to a 42-10 victory. cal could help stanford clinch the pac-12 north with a win in oregon. first drive of the game. he rolls right, stephen anderson in the end zone. 7-0, bears. second quarter, vernon adams jr. can you say all the type in the world? held on to the ball for seven seconds and hurled it to anderson for the score. 17-10, ducks. still in the second. adams continues to have all sorts of time. this time he finds duane sanford. 24-10. oregon had three td's to end the first half. ducks trail 31-10 at halftime. cut the deficit to fourth and
one. gets the score. oregon puts it away in the third. and the ducks go on to win it 34-28. always' losing streak is at 4. bears 5-4. warriors still the only undefeated team in the organization before beating the kings. 15 turnovers in the first half for 19 points. livingston and the dunk. warriors up 11 at the break. third quarter. steph through the defense. warriors by 10. kings, they don't fadeaway. midway through the fourth. rondo gives sacramento the lead. 79-78. then steph curry's first made three of the night. warriors retake the lead for good. got it! steph finishes with 24 on 8 of 18. shooting a bad night for him but came up big in the fourth. 103-94, the final. warriors 7-0 and continuing the best start in in west coast franchise history ducks and sharks at the
tank. san jose honoring their former captain, owen nolan. he dropped the ceremonial first puck. getzlaf finds perry. 1-0, anaheim. second period,thinks he tied it. shot ruled a goal, but upon further review, off the crossbar, no goal. ducks win, 1-0, the final. 49ers hosting the falcons and raiders in pittsburgh to take on the steelers. all that tonight at 5:00. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> umbrella's and upon chose for 49er fans today. >> definitely with temperatures near 60 degrees. and the rain just on cue for the start of the game at 1:00. it won't be a lot, but still it's what we need and another chance of rain coming your way in san jose. the leading edge of a pretty weak cold front is heading through the bay area, particularly in the north bay. it spread rain throughout the east bay and south bay in the next couple of hours. we will zoom out and show you the origin. an area of low pressure in the
gulf of alaska. here's the front. the front pushes through today. the low tomorrow with a much, much colder air and the heavier downpours. so as we take a closer look, you will notice electric mount st. helena to yawnville some scattered showers. it's been light. highway 12, down through brin woodson and san after, possibly light showers. you notice a few returns offshore. the coast a little mist and drizzle. a live look outside from our roof cameras. this is beautiful with a mix of clouds and sun. san francisco 54. good morning, oakland. a mild 50 degrees for you compared to yesterday when we were in the 30s and 40s. 41 morgan hill. half moon way upper 40s and a winter weather advisory for the sierra nevada with about 2 to 7 inches of snow expected. and upper elevations perhaps a foot. so chain controls likely tonight, as the levels begin to lower, the snow level, i should say. 45 novato, 43 livermore and
concord at 50. the own snow levels lowering tomorrow to around 4,000 feet. cold air in place, heavier showers. but today it's all about this weak cold front slicing through the bay area at about 11:00. downtown we have the parade, the veteran's day parade. could be a little wet for you. rain to berkeley and vallejo right on through daly city, looks like. by about 1:00 we are picking it up around 580, danville throughout redwood city, redwood shores and right on into santa clara, san jose, gilroy by about 3:00. then it's over and we get a little bit of a lull. a few pop-up showers. here we are 11:00 sunday night and into the monday morning commute looks wet with heavier downpours like last monday. 9:00 in the north bay. east bay, heavier showers. peninsula gets into it by about noontime. by the afternoon and evening, still some showers possible. we will put those two areas of rainfall totals together. this is the first one.
a tenth to quarter of an inch. the second one throughout monday night we are looking at a third to half inand it will be much, much colder tomorrow and some of those downpours may make it railroad, very tricky on the roadways tomorrow and likely the snow late today into tomorrow through 4:00 a.m. as the winter weather advisory. and looking at about 7 inches kirkwood, 10 inches perhaps around donner and 4 inches donner city. it will be a chilly one today. low to mid-60s but not as cold as tomorrow with scattered shout throughout the day. santa clara looking at game time 1:05, 65 degrees. scattered showers throughout the afternoon. the accuweather seven-day forecast. more rain, possible thorpe tomorrow and then looking dryer, railroad chilly mornings tuesday and wednesday. all watt up into the low 70s by next weekend. well, good! >> yeah. [laughter] >> thank you, lisa. we call talk about getting in
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the tree lighting ceremony is set for friday, november 27th, in the heart of downtown san francisco. >> it's beginning to feel a lot like the holidays, right in. that's right. some rain today, cold showers and low snow levels for us tomorrow. right now here's a look at the light shower activity. up in the north bay you can see it is approaching vallejo. yawnville get being wet, as well as 101, into san after. this is the way it's going to go the rest of the bay. 10:00 scatrd light showers. 11:00 to 3:00 across the east bay. looks like a wet nines are game. scattered showers, chance of thunderstorms and low snow levels here tomorrow and warmer the rest of the week. >> all right. thank you, lisa. thanks for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along about lisa argen. the news continues online, on twitter, facebook and on all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. have a great sunday, everyone!
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