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treatment with xarelto®... ...was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®. it's saturday, november 21st. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris fwhooun. we have off to a cool start across the bay area. here is meteorologist lisa argen with a first look at live doppler 7 hd. >> we are looking at all that sunshine around the city. from our tower camera you can see the good visibility here, things are improving in the north bay where we did have a little bit of fog. we will be looking at temperatures this afternoon once again, too warm for the end of november. anywhere from 5 to 15 degrees above average. that will bring numbers well into the 60s at our coast with very light winds and even about 69 in san francisco. low 70s return for oakland, san jose. we were at 78 degrees yesterday
in the north bay. once again, we will see highs in the mid 70s. subtle changes for the second half of your weekend. great to get outdoor activities taken care of before the cool and possible showers head our way next week. turkish officials have arrested three people with suspected ties to isis in last week's terrorist attacks in paris, france. 26-year-old ahmet dahmani is a belgium national and moroccan descent, officials say he scattered for the attack. two other suspects, ahmet tamir and mohammad verd are syrian nationals. they were arrested after traveling from syria to meet dahmani. authorities believe they were going to help him move to syria. as we just mentioned dahmani is a belgium national, the country of belgium has raised its terror alert to the highest level. here is a look at brussels, they are nine hours ahead of us, it is facing what officials call a,
quote, imminent threat. citizens are being told to take drastic actions including avoiding crowded areas like concerts and airports. the new alert was announced as police continue to search for this man, is a la abdeslam. he is one of the paris attackers on the run. abdeslam was last seen driving toward the belgium border. >> that explosive blast happened tuesday during the police raid outside of paris. it is -- it was originally believed a woman named hasna aitboulahcen detonated a suicide vest in the apartment of the terror attack suspects but authorities now say it was a man standing in ex to her who set off the device. they also say that they found a third body in that apartment where the raid took place. eight days after the attacks memorials cover the sidewalks outside the restaurants where gunmen opened fire on the diners. this is where you can see
flowers, candles, notes and drawings left in honor of the victims. be sure to stay with abc 7 news for the latest on the paris attacks as always you can get greek updates by downloading our abc 7 news app and enabling the push notifications. terror struck africa yesterday when gunmen took 170 people hostage at the radisson blu hotel in mali. here is the latest information. mali forces are hunting for more than three suspects in the attack that left at least 27 people dead including an american mom are family in san francisco. a chinese state owned company says three of its senior executives are among those who were killed and mali state television reports a ten-day state of emergency has been declared. the attack happened in the country's capital of businessman c -- ba ma'am co. heavily armed men stormed into the building and took hostages. that set off a seven-hour stand off before security forces moved in and freed most of the
hostages. an extremist group is claiming responsibility for the attack. here is a picture of the american that was killed, the victim has been identified as 41-year-old anita datar. she leaves behind an elementary school aged son. datar's brother lives in san francisco and from her social media account it appears that she also spent some time here in the bay area. mali is one of the poorest countries in the world with great need for better healthcare which is what she was trying to help address. renly aqui has more. >> reporter: anita datar was in mali to do good when people bent on hurting the innocent took her life. >> we are devastated by the loss of our wonderful daughter who is doing the work she loves. >> reporter: a former peace corps member she was the mother of a young boy and had family in the bay area. they declined to comment. datar was working in washington, d.c., a founding board member of a nonprofit whose aim is to help women around the world get healthcare.
she is now among the dozens dead after an attack on a hotel in the capital city of bamako. >> i saw on the floor bullets. >> reporter: these images of terror what we now associate with the west african country of mali. when jessica beck err man thinks of mali she sees a different picture. >> i got to deliver her little brother. >> reporter: her husband only ten miles from the hotel militants attacks. they founded project muso. >> it's been a hard day and it's been devastating where all of us. >> reporter: jessica's husband and their colleagues are safe. they mourn for those like anita datar who didn't make it. they will not be deterred. too many faces they say depend on it. reggie aqui, abc 7.news. to developing news out of oakland this morning, two men are referring after their car went over an embankment.
it happened after 11:00 last night near the is that bow space and science center. crews rescued the men trapped inside the car, you can see firefighters pulling them up. officials say both of their injuries are not life-threatening but one person is in serious condition with a broken leg. big game weekend ask here and it comes as police at uc berkeley put out a frightening alert about an incident that happened on campus thursday night. lawyer la anthony explains. >> i do carry pepper spray with me. >> reporter: women at uc berkeley will being extra careful after reports that a female student was kidnapped from campus and sexual assaulted. >> he was she was abducted on the central campus of the school and driven to an unknown location and sexual assaulted. >> reporter: police are giving few details, no suspects or car description except to say the victim said she was abducted at 6:00 p.m. thursday. the report was made to uc
berkeley police nearly seven hours later at 2:45 friday morning. rach al that you have sales she carries pepper spray and does walk alone sometimes but only in certain areas. >> i tend to stick to more mainstream places where i know there is going to be a lot of traffic. >> i always call bear walk if i'm talk walking alone past 11:00. >> reporter: uc police say this is the seventh sexual assault this year, up a bit from last year. in berkeley, laura anthony, abc 7 news. this morning a 16-year-old boy from berkeley remains in critical condition after being beaten on the street earlier this he can would. the victim's mother tells abc 7 news that her son was the victim of bullying. she says police arrested six suspects, four adults and two minors in connection with the attack but for some reason the adults were released three days later. police won't say if the minors that were arrested were let go as well. the victim's mother says her son witnessed an earlier fight and
was bullied by some of the people who were fighting. >> he was asked to choose a side to be on and he was like i'm not choosing a side because i'm not in this. i don't know, you know, what you want me to do, but i'm friends with everybody. >> the teen suffered severe brain trauma. berkeley police say the case still under investigation. a man is accused of ripping a two-year-old boy away from his mother on a san francisco muni bus. police say it happened tuesday morning at sun sum and washington streets. the frantic mother ran after the man was was able to pull her son back to safety. investigators say it is rare to see such a bold act. >> mostly it dealt more with family disputes, either a relative or, you know, it was a husband and wife incident, but not from a complete stranger who decided they wanted to randomly take especially a two-year-old child at that age right in front of his mother.
>> is a dash sing of oakland is under arrest. facebook founder and future dad mark zuckerberg made an announcement that will affect his personal and professional life. he is going to take two months paternity leave when his daughter is born. katie marzullo tells us why paternity leave is becoming more of a trend. >> everything is new. >> reporter: ryan ma lander and jennifer straws are expecting their first baby. ryan waiting to find out how long he can stay home. >> i'm hoping iks maximize the most time i can get. >> reporter: max stayed home for the f. irs two months. >> it was great. i think it was the best choice. i think that first two months are probably the hardest, there is a lot of really late nights and i think my wife needed a i lot of help. >> reporter: two months, that's what mark zuckerberg is taking he announced it on facebook writing studies show when working parents take time to be with their newborns outcomes with are better for children and
families. facebook offers dads up to four months paid leave. >> we allow three months of paid time off even at this small nonprofit because that's really what's best for families and best for our companies. >> reporter: dr. ken phet fam says it's a trend he has noticed. >> i think it's great that men are doing more and more of the chores that traditionally women have been responsible for. >> reporter: women are clicking the like button. >> i hope he starts more of a movement. if anybody could start a trend it would be silicon valley. >> reporter: in san jose, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. the holiday season has arrived it sure doesn't feel like it with the temperatures. >> and we have fog which is not what you expect in november. yes, you are talking about the 60s and 70s yesterday. from our emeryville camera 53 already in oakland, low 70s on the way for you. so you get the idea what today is going to be like, but the
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the family of a berkeley man shot and killed outside an oakland nightclub in april intends to take legal action against the club on monday. 26-year-old a meal joe nevarez was fatally shot early on easter morning, an innocent bystander of a gunman who is still on the loose. emilio's mother sat down with mel any woodrow. >> reporter: holidays have a in you meaning for the valadez family. on easter sunday bernadette valadez was waiting for her son's call, instead oakland pd called. they told her her son and shot and killed. >> why today of all days? so i -- at that point i got the ham and i threw it in the garbage. >> reporter: 26-year-old emilio
was shot outside gold bull bar. police say he was an innocent bystander. >> we lost everything and not all the christmas trees and presents in the world or the turkey on the table, none of that will ever make it right for me. >> we believe that the bouncers work for the club and that the club is 100% responsible for this? er attorney brine cabatec says that the suspect made threats at the club earlier in the evening that had nothing to do with emilio. >> they didn't call the police or do anything to protect him. >> we are willing to do whatever it takes to help get this shooter caught. >> reporter: the club's owner says they turned over surveillance video to opd. there are fresh bullet holes from thursday night. one bullet broke the glass of a neighboring business. no one was hurt. >> just another shooting.
i can't tie the two together. >> these kind of crimes have to be solved, otherwise that person go go out another day, another night and pull out that gun and it will be another person, another innocent person. >> reporter: there is a $42,000 reward for information in emilio's murder. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. people will see big changes at a popular walnut creek shopping center this season. the $300 million renovation of broadway plaza began march 2014, about 50 stores are being added, macy's got a facelift, it's expanded auto store opened yesterday. mall officials say customers have been pleased with what they've seen so far. >> this has been a long awaited project. people are anxious. people have been very supportive during the process and our shoppers continue to come and be loyal and it's just been actually -- it's been a very good process. >> the renovation will continue into the spring culminating with a grand opening celebration. an annual football tradition
in the bay area was put on hold because of the drought. abc 7 news was at uc berkeley for the big game tri-valley with thousands of students. this year the state and campus fire marshal's office decided a burning structure would pose too great a risk to the berkeley hills so the bonfire was canned ld and moved to edwards stadium. the big game between cal and stanford is tonight at 7:30 on espn. lisa argen is here now. it's all about i'm pro surprising things when dealing with this drought. >> today we are looking at temperatures too warm for november with 60s and 70s yesterday. the weekend will be bringing us much of the same, although high pressure fair weather maker slowly fading away and weakening. in the short term it's here and we've got an aversion in some sports where we are looking at a
little fog, reduced visibility in the north bay. along the coast yesterday we had that surge of fog. today just some subtle changes. 5 mile visibility by the delta, things have improved dramatically in the north bay and even at the coast. look at san jose. parts of san jose a quarter auto mile visibility. tons of sun out there. from our sutro tower camera look at these temperatures. already in the 50s, half-moon bay, yeah, check that out, with very little wind and that sun even with that low sun angle we've bumped up considerably in the past couple of hours. we do have much, much colder weather on the way, we will get to that in a moment. 54 oakland, mt. tam featuring some of that haze at the surface where numbers in the valleys are a little cooler, in in the 40s, but this is what you would expect, 42 novato, 41 santa rosa, livermore 49. check in out, this is an inversion, the cold air trapped at the surface in lake tahoe,
you can see some of the snowy peaks, temperatures in the 20s and 30s right now, highs in the 50s today but by the middle of the week, say tuesday, just highs in the 20s in the mountains with some sierra snow headed your way. so patchy coastal fog, mild afternoon, much, much colder beginning tuesday. slight chance of showers on tuesday into wednesday. thanksgiving looks relatively dry with high pressure to our east and west, it's a fair weather maker, a summer like pattern and deflecting this storm system to the north so it stays very spring like and this area of low pressure that will dive down to the south come late monday and tuesday is sliding to the east of us. that is bringing the cold air but not a lot of moisture. the coldest air of the season on its way. it will drop us below freezing for several days i will give you an indication how cold it's going to be. this morning waking up to the 40s in the livermore valley.
by wednesday into the 30s. we haven't seen that yet. how about below freezing thursday for turkey day, friday and saturday not much modification, but we could see a little more rain by the end of next weekend, but you can see that here on this panel, this is san francisco, precipitation chances with your best coming in on wednesday. light amounts if we see anything around the rest of the bay area as well, anywhere from a tenth to maybe two tenths. highs today once again answer where from 5, 10, 15 degrees above average with low to mid 70s. tonight stanford yale temperatures mind 65 degrees at 7:30. the accuweather seven-day forecast mild until we see that cool down on monday, maybe a shower and chilly numbers through the holiday weekend. you can see what's hoping up on live doppler 7 hd with the app. we have more information at abc7news.com/apps. >> so no snuggees needed at stanford stadium tonight.
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have since corrected the problem, however, for the delay in production and inconvenience ginny experienced we have gonna head and issued her a full refund. >> how are you? >> she connected with her mom via facebook and allowed us to listen in. >> i just thought it was the best gift they could have given me because, you know, i mean, what else could you possibly need? >> her husband david joined in talking about how he was able to grab photos from the family albums while keeping the book a surprise. >> for me it was very easy. >> that's not good. >> she tells us the best part was watching her mom's reaction as she flipped through the book. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. less than a week away from black friday. the best place to get a deal may be on your smartphone. deal news says the lowest prices ever seen on a 50 inch hdtv is on amazon's mobile app.
a no name brand goes on sale for 150 bucks, the previous record for the lowest price gone a 50 inch tv was $240. you won't find it if you shop on your laptop. it will only be on amazon's mobile site. take a look at this, 17,000 holiday lights on the embarcadero center buildings were turned on last night, it's an annual tradition that kicks off the holiday season. also fireworks, carve val games and a performance from disney on ice frents frozen. the skating rink is open at herrmann plaza. abc 7 news was at macy's in union square for the annual holiday windows events. the spca places dogs and cats up for adoption in each window. last year more than 260 animals found loving homes. you can keep an eye on the animals the spca is streaming video from the windows and we posted a link to those live
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thanks for joining us i'm chris nguyen. we're starting with a quick look at the weather. here is meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. >> we don't get tired of looking at this despite needing the rain here is emeryville with lots of sunshine. temperatures have climbed 8 degrees already. santa rosa still in the 40s. visibility has improved. delta 47, 49 livermore. from sfo lots of sunshine for you on the peninsula today, temperatures once again well above average, near 70 for you today around san mateo, san carlos, palo alto maybe a couple degrees warmer than that. 60s at the coast, mid 70s your honor are. well above average today. tomorrow subtle changes and big changes for the week leading up to thanksgiving. we will talk about it coming up. chris. after the deadly terrorist attacks in paris many people say the best way to keep america safe is to proo he vent syrian
refugees from gaining asylum in the united states. joe biden verified the process for gaining asylum. he says the united states has established for checks just for syrian refugees and that they wait at least 18 months while the screening process is completed. the vice president reminds americans to remember who we may turn away. >> let's also remember who the vast majority of these refugees are. women, children, orphans, survivors of torture, people desperately in need of medical help. to turn them away and say there is no way you can ever get here would play right in the terrorists hands. biden says america wins when we refuse to compromise our values of freedom, openness and tolerance. donald trump has clarified his comments about whether the u.s. should have a muslim registry. jonathan karl has more.
>> reporter: donald trump's answer to this question about setting up a national data base of muslims in america has set off a furor. >> we should have i a the love systems. today you can do it. right now we have to have a border, we have to have strength, we have to have a wall and we cannot let what's happening to this country happen -- >> specifically how do you get them registered. >> a data base? it would be good management. you have to do good management procedures. >> reporter: that prompted condemnation by several of trump's rivals. >> i find it abhorrent that donald trump is suggesting with he register people. that haunts back to a time that no one wants to go back to. >> hillary clinton accused trump of shocking rhetoric. trump later tweeted i didn't suggest a data base, a were reporter did. we must defeat islamic terrorism
>> hearing you have christian people, good people and the muslim people are good people, too. >> and that was jonathan karl worpg. happening today anthony's drive starts today. it offers bay area residents the opportunity to provide essential items and support to those living in poverty. the drive ends on thursday, you can drof items off between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. today and tomorrow and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. monday through wednesday. on thanksgiving day donations will be taken from 9:00 a.m. to 3x pain management. st. anthony's expects to serve 3,000 meals. the samaritan house much program starts its food collection. they collect food, coats and toys.
last year samaritan house provided thousands of pounds to today to 1,200 families. you can drop the items off starting at 9:00 this morning at college park elementary took at san mateo. >> the student at san mateo high school is hoping this year's food drive is one for the record books. the school's annual food drive runs until november 30th. the students have nine more days to top their own mark which was 372000 pounds collected back in 2005. by the way, that was a guinness world record. >> this year we're aiming for 150,000 and that's because the conversion changed, before it was $1 a four pounds and this year it's 2.5 so we squa ird scaled it down but we're excited. >> all donations will benefit the samaritan house and second harvest food bank. city officials will be on hand for san francisco general's ribbon cutting ceremony. the dedication is for the new acute care and trauma center,
mayor ed lee, congresswoman jackie spear and nancy pelosi as well as gavin newsom will be at the event to celebrate. mark zuckerberg and his wife donated $75 million to the construction of the center. it begins at 11:00 this morning. it's the first anniversary of service on bart's people mover between the coliseum station and oakland international airport. the driverless trains take eight minutes to carry riders on more than three miles on an elevated track, bart officials say requiredership has increased since the debut of the trains. it serves 3,000 passengers per day. part with a officials to have his 1 millionth pass jury this weekend. new street markings and traffic lights are making san francisco safer. mayor ed lee announced all 24 vision zero campaign projects are finished three months ahead of schedule. the goal is to eliminate all
pedestrian and bike fatality. the mayor addressed last week's tour bus crash. he wants every tour bus in the city to go through a state mandated inspection. >> we should be 100%. we are demanding that as part of our follow-up to this investigation. >> the driver's wife says her husband told her the brakes failed. san francisco police have the bus which is being taken apart for inspection. tesla has announced the biggest recall in company history all of the model. is sedans currently on the road. they want to check the front seat belts after a tesla owner in europe campaigned her belt unbuckled when she turned to speak with unsw unin the back seat. tesla blah ims a manufacturing defect, the recall affects 90,000 cars. bay area car enthusiasts can get their next look at next year's models. the international auto show gets under way in san francisco.
abc 7 news was in front of the mosconi center yesterday morning as some of those cars, trucks and suvs were unloaded from trailers. the auto show runs through next sunday and will be open on thanksgiving day. still ahead on the abc 7 saturday morning news, a bay area couple is looking for an important piece of property. >> all these men came over and these pem women and everybody is searching everywhere. >> the mystery of an engagement ring lost at levi stadium. why the couple has hope it will be found. but first a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera this morning. traffic very light to and from marin. lisa argen will be the full accuweather forecast in a few minutes.
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happening today, the san francisco giants community fund will celebrate the junior giants willie mack award winner, the award is named in honor of hall of famer willie mccoffee, he will be at at&t for those awards. they are giving to coaches and players. the presentation starts at noon today. so weather wise how are we looking in terms of the clouds. any fog? >> not really. amaze haze out there. spring like temperatures again. how about the beach, don't hate
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a live look from tahoe this morning. temps are currently in the mid 30s. lisa will break down the full accuweather forecast in a few minutes. in sports cal and stanford play tonight in the 118th big game. kickoff at 7:30. if you are not going you can watch the big game on e. spn. san jose state is in honolulu, kickoff at 8:00 p.m. tomorrow night in denver the warriors will have a chance to tie the nba record for best start. last night the dubs i'm proved to 14-0. here is larry biel with the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning.
after an epic come back win thursday night in l.a. warriors back in action against the bulls. the dubs were on fumes, but they pulled it out. they are now 14-0. this is the way i like to warm up before a sports cast, get the muscles pumping. a physical test. that's what it was. warriors fell behind again, butler for the slam. warriors down 11. steph curry 11 points is nothing. one more look here. just a little flick and throw down. bulls still led by 1 after one quarter. steph attacking the basket. kirk heinrich tried to stay with did he have. good luck. raymond green, tied at 89. curry 3 of 11 from downtown, gets that one, 27 for steph.
harrison barnes had three here. 106-94, one away from best start in nba history. last set by the 1994 rockets. next game for the warriors sunday in denver. number 15 cal taking on east carolina. ivan ran just a freshman, had five blocks in this game with tyrone wallace. he had 20, cal by 5 at the break. second half jordan matthews with a miss. ivan ran, throw it down, ran a double double 14 points, 13 boards evening up inside as cal i'm proving to 3-0. not only is it the big game when stanford meets cal tonight, it has big implications a win will lock up the pack 12 north. standing in the way is cal's star quarterback jared goff.
goff left early with a shoulder injury against stanford, but stanford knows how dangerous goff can be. a week ago threw for six touchdown passes against oregon state. >> he is an amazing quarterback and they have a lot of weapons on their team and they are molding all the pieces together since he became that starting quarterback his freshman year. you are seeing those things working with his receiver know where to be at the exact time when he is throwing the ball. it's great to see and will be a fun contest on saturday. >> stanford at home favored by 10 1/2 and that's a league kickoff 7:30 over on esp in: have a great weekend. i'm larry biel. lisa, we have been surrounded by the cameras this morning, this view showing lots of sun. >> it just a everywhere, bringing back that marine layer which is unusual for november. still a little fog exists with
that temperature dew point the same in san jose. you are looking at reduced vis ibltd, three-quarters of a mile to a quarter of a mile. same deal out towards concord and livermore. it shoefls the clouds up to the north, storm system that will not make it into the bay area and the delta and concord looking at temperatures in the upper 40s, the dew point is just about the same and therefore we're getting that moisture content and the fog. it evaporates quickly in the next hour or so and in the north bay you can see a little haze, temperatures were cooler here in morning in the low 40s. right now this panel shows all 50s and even temperatures coming up still in half-moon bay at 64 degrees, you have to check out that afternoon high it's going to be a little than the mid 60s today, but a light east wind will keep us comfortable today, 52 san jose and morgan hill right now, the cooler numbers up north, still it's not as cool as
it will be in the next several days. we will look at freezing temperatures before thanksgiving throughout the overnight hours. 46 concord, good morning livermore, 49 for you and the cool sport is santa rosa at 41 degrees. it will be nice and mild this afternoon for the tree lighting ceremony at pier 39, 60 degrees at about 6:00. in between now and then afterintoen highs climbing above normal again but much colder air arrives by tuesday. sticks around for wednesday, could bring us a chance of showers tuesday, wednesday and even for thanksgiving very chilly into the big shopping day on friday. we have all your bases covered. stay tuned for the seven day outlook. high pressure to the east and west of us, showing the spring like warmth isn't going anywhere for the short term. even though the high will fade away and lose its grip come tomorrow we are still going to be well into the 60s and 70s. statewide 83 los angeles, last
weekend of that, you too, too, will cool off in the middle of next week, 53 tth, it was in the 20s this morning, very chilly, plenty of sunshine from north to south. look at the coast it's going to remain pretty clear. cold share descends from the pacific northwest, that's going to bring the coldest air of the season come january not a lot of moisture with this. rain chances coming tuesday and wednesday but this is what we want to highlight, the overnight lows from wednesday morning in the 30s to thursday and friday below freezing. also into saturday. afternoon highs will struggle to make it into the 50s. today 70 palo alto, 71 in san jose with 72 down by morgan hill, mid 70s at the coast and as stanford hosts cal this evening 65 degrees, dropping into the 50s by late in the evening. the ak cla seven-day forecast a couple changes tomorrow, slightly cooler, more changes with cooler air on monday. tuesday chance of showers could linger into wednesday and look
at the highs, just in the 50s all around the bay. so if we could get a little more rain, yeah, but it looks like maybe next weekend. so this one, tuesday wednesday not great. >> keeping the positive describes afloat is. >> have to. a berkeley two m a turning to social media in hopes of finder her engagement ring. she lost it at levis ever stadium during the 49ers game. there is hope someone found the ring and hasn't been able to find its owner. melanie mcgee and john can't help but get emotional? i felt like i've let down my husband because, you know, i lost something that he gave me. >> you haven't. >> and so -- >> we are in this together. >> last month nel knee was at the 49ers game against the ravens to accept a check as part of the charity group. prior to kick off just standing outside of the f game. >> i took into i rings off because i didn't want to get them just caked in sunscreen so
i set them down. >> ever a applying that sunscreen melanie went to grab her things atop a golf cart but forgot about the rings not real rise liesing it until 39 minutes later. a 49ers staffer found her wedding ring just outside the gate. a momentary size of relief. >> he with found one of them. i wonder if we can find the other one. >> unfortunately the engagement i think are was nowhere to be found. take a look look at these pictures provided by santa clara police. they are asking for the public's help to identify these two mem men who were in the area when the ring went missing. the investigation is ongoing. melanie is thankful for the detectives that have been working on their hills case. >> there's nothing i can do other than what i've done and what i'm doing to try to find this. >> a wife and her husband hoping for a little more luck. >> we have posted this story on our website, abc 7 news.com. meal knee and john hope that you
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ceremonies at 6:00, 68 for a high in san francisco, 70 palo alto, 71 san jose. i know, too, too warm for november, it's going to change so enjoy it because numbers slide on monday, chance of showers on tuesday with the coldest air of the season arriving tuesday night bringing temperatures below freezing each and every morning. >> that's always a big hit with families, people coming in from all over northern california. >> thanks for joining us on the abc 7 saturday morning news. college football is in ex, number 12 michigan faces penn state at beavers stadium. then michigan state battles ohio state in columbus. that's followed by abc 7 news at 4:00 p.m. then at 5:00 number 18 tcu takes on number 7 oklahoma in norman. that's followed by after the game with larry feel biel and mike shumann at around 8:00 p.m. make it a great day, everybody.
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