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is "abc7 news." >> he looks at me, afraid and scared. we quickly moved in. >> scary moments for 15 children whose boat capsized in the san francisco bay this afternoon. good evening. thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> rosalyn: on this day, something unexpected happened. they were plucked out of the san francisco bay this afternoon.
officers choosing not to work at your facilities. >> maybe they're right to make a statement. however, we have a job to do. and that is to provide a safe environment for our community and the members and fans of levi stadium. >> reporter: 49ers fans shared their thoughts. >> is it just the whole force? >> i think safety is an important thing. if we can problem solve and not put people at jeopardy, security is important. >> reporter: this controversy won't end soon. along with kaepernick's planned appearance at the third baptist church, he's pledged to donate $1 million to various causes. a driver and passenger crashed into another car after being shot in san francisco. it happened just before 9:00 tonight. police said two people were in a car at webster and fullman when a gunman opened fire hitting both. they crashed three blocks away. police have not announced any
arrests. in berkeley tonight, an out of control car slammed into the corner of a house just after 7:30 at stewart street. the engine of the car briefly was on fire, but that was quickly put out. the driver of the car suffered minor injuries. an inmate mistakenly released from a san francisco county jailed turned himself in this morning. victor rodriguez surrendered just before 9:00 a.m. and booked back into jail. he still had three months to serve when the sheriff's department let him go wednesday night. he was in jail for threatening to shoot deputies with an ak-47 rifle. former stanford swimmer brock turner has still not returned to ohio after serving a three-month sentence for rape. his parents have --
time when the male spiders crawl out looking for a love interest. they range in size from a fingernail to a salad plate. >> now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> i still can't watch. let's talk about things i love, and that's the weather. warmer temperatures on the way. just one more day of a chill in the air, then the numbers for the labor day holiday. we'll zoom in a little tighter, just some patchy fog. yesterday at this time, we had expansive fog, and that created a cloudy start to the day. right now, a few clouds around half moon day. and that limited cloud cover tomorrow morning means you'll have a little bit of a warmer day on the way. right now, temperatures mixed, in the 50s and 60s. 56 in san francisco. 62 in san jose. concord with a current temperature of 59 degrees.
here's how the forecast is shaping up. tomorrow once again, we're still below normal. some ten degrees in a couple of spots on our sunday. by labor day on monday, we'll see the wind switch. they continue to climb into early next week, especially wednesday and thursday. temperatures finally above normal and feeling like summer. so the warmth is on its way. future weather, watch the time stamp up here, 7:00 in the morning. it looks like the majority of the cloud cover, south of the golden gate and confined to the south bay on saturday. quickly clearing to the coast, and even the coast tomorrow afternoon, going to see a good amount of sunshine. that means going to see temperatures one or two degrees warmer tomorrow than we were today. in the south day, here is how it's breaking down for you. typical for this time of the year, mid to upper 80s.
the south bay holding in the mid and upper 70s. across the board, comfortable, not too chilly or warm. 65 in san francisco. 69 in oakland. 82 the high in antioch. headed to the beach tomorrow, we had that breeze with us today. going to be with us tomorrow. the breeze 10 to 20 miles per hour. lots of sunshine, but a cool ocean water temperature of 57 degrees. as we break down your labor day itself on monday, limited cloud cover first thing in the morning. by the afternoon, you got a lot of sunshine away from the coast and inland. that's going to help bump temperatures up even more. monday, nice to be normal this time of the year. those numbers are going to continue to climb. tuesday, we are warming up. look at this san francisco, you can go to 73 degrees on tuesday. 84 in san jose. accuweather seven-day forecast, the next seven days, tomorrow
we'll start that cool september day once again, or near normal on monday for the holiday. and then the temperatures begin to search tuesday and into wednesday we are sunny and warm. it feels like summer around here on thursday. a little cooler friday but still temperatures above normal for this time of the year. so make it through tomorrow then it warms up. >> just like summer. thanks, drew. still ahead on "abc7 news" at
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this was a nail bite tore the end. -- biter to the end. giants get a run top of the first. pagan scores from second and the giants go up 1-0. 2-0 now in the fifth. javier baez comes around from second and the throw is not in time. it's 2-1. brandon crawford singles here, two outs and a wild pitch. that makes it 3-1. belt with the tying run on in the ninth. nobody out. rizzo goes too far off second. joe panik with the double play. giants with a much-needed victory. >> we haven't been playing bad baseball. just coming up a little short. you know, it don't take much to get us started on the right track.
>> we finally got a couple of breaks today. you know, you scratch and claw but you've got enough runs and the bull pen stepped up. just a great game for us and a much-needed win. a's and red sox at the coliseum. jose conseco throwing out the first pitch. and that was pretty much the a's highlights. mookie betts makes it 2-0. third inning, hanley ramirez with his 20th home run of the season, 3-0. sox score seven in the third. two-run double here to david ortiz. red sox with 27 runs in the last two games. 17 hits, 11-2 your final. san jose state, their season
opener. just like the players, this guy has been prep thing game all summer. first quarter, 64-yard touchdown pass to rashid johnson. ties the game at 7-7. second quarter, 11 yards to justin hobbs, over the shoulder catch. 31-7 and it gets worse. back to return the punt, called for the fair catch, fumbled and recovered in the end zone. more college football and serena williams in the record books once again, all this and more coming up. stick around. i know i'll see you. still ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00, treasure hunters in southern california turned to social media. and signs of fun as summer winds
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live where you live, this is "abc7 news." thanks for joining us on "abc7 news" at 11:00. here are your top stories tonight. 15 children had to be pulled from the bay today after their boat capsized they are aquatic park in san francisco. they were taken to the hospital as a precaution, but everyone should be okay. they were wearing life vests. there is a small craft advisory on the bay for the entire weekend. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick is taking his protest to church tomorrow to speak about his concerns over racial injustice at third baptist church in san francisco. the public is invited which
starts at 10:00 in the morning. > tmz reports that the parents of brock turner have called police to ask for his protection after being released from jail. swarms of protesters have gathered outside the family home in ohio. tropical storm hermine has returned almost to hurricane strength. it's left a trail of damage from florida to virginia. >> reporter: hermine has lost its hurricane force, but it's barging up the even seaboard as a powerful post tropical cyclone, that's triggered storm alerts from north carolina to new england. hermine with winds strong enough to tear this tree from the earth. >> it was like an explosion in my backyard. >> reporter: making a holiday weekend washout for millions of would-be beach babies. along the east coast, sandbags
were as close as some got to the shore. they were handing them out in new jersey as the surf kicked up along with the wind. the board walk was packed. >> everyone is pretending there's not a tropical storm coming. we're all in denial. >> reporter: hermine has left behind a trail of destruction, forces thousands to make due without electricity. >> it's cold water. >> reporter: residents of this mobile home park had to be rescued by boat. >> it's really frustrating, especially when you feel trapped, and there's no power. >> reporter: hermine is expected to get stronger as it sweeps north on sunday. expect storm surges of three to five feet at high tide and significant coastal flooding in some areas. >> the storm left two young raccoons without a home.
it ripped down their tree and their mother is gone. a homeowner found the little critters and started taking care of them. >> i feel like they're out here stranded and wet and cold and they're babies. this is all they know. >> reporter: a rescue group has stepped up to help the young raccoons. president obama signed a land mark climate change deal today in china. china sealed their participation in the agreement. china and the u.s. are the biggest carbon emitters in the world. for the agreement to take effect, 55 countries must formally join. >> when it comes to combatting climate change, we're putting our money where our mouth is. >> the president's trip started on a sour note. and there was a verbal argument
between a white house aide and chinese official. investigators have found the remains of a boy who has been missing for three decades. in 199, a masked gunman abducted jacob. investigators reopened the case last year, which led them to this suspect. he led investigators to the boy's remains in minnesota. he goes to trial on separate child porn charges in october. treasure hunters in southern california turned to social media to help reunite a woman. they found the gold class ring with the name charlotte kim. people saw the ring and contacted the owner. kim's father had sought that ring for more than 30 years, but she lost it while volunteering at the church in 2006.
>> thank you. i'm going to cry. >> after 30 years that i've been doing this, this is the first time i'm able to give something back. >> and kim gave the couple a korean tea set as thanks. kids are turning their attention back to school and for a group of kids in virginia, one special week will stay with them the whole school year. karen travers came back with this story from a deaf camp. >> reporter: 13-year-old ben is funny, but most kids at his school don't realize that. ben is deaf. his first language is american sign language. at his school in virginia, he attends classes with hearing kids. >> some children shy away from interpreters. >> reporter: but for one week, he has a chance to be himself. no communication problem, no stig stigma, no fear at the all deaf
summer camp, signs of fun. this is the 20th season, zip lining, boating, kids here are encouraged to challenge themselves and push the limits. and at just $25 for the whole week, campers of all ages are taught in sign language, supported by older, deaf mentors. >> do you think that you were more comfortable because of being at a place like this. >> yes. >> reporter: the camp founder says signs of fun is just as much for the parents as it is for the kids. a chance to connect and learn from other family's experiences. >> it's time for parents to talk. parents are the power for their child's education. >> reporter: for some of these kisd, ones who are main streamed in school, this is the most time
this year they'll spend with deaf children. how are you going to keep in touch with your friends from camp? >> chitchat. still ahead on "abc7 news" at 11:00, a well-known phrase for park lovers, but now it's taking on a whole new meaning. the new act that's encouraging people to get out their phones. preventing extinction with a remote controlled robot. and clouds today, but the marine layer is shrinking
a biologist is developing a game using rovers to save desert tortoises from extinction. the rovers help observe the behavior of the animals. from 2004 to 2014, the desert tortoise population declined 32%. the hope is these rovers will help save the population. a few miles from civilization out in the woods this labor day weekend, guess what? there's an app for that. jonathan bloom explains a peninsula park district wants your help in preserving nature, and all you need is a smartphone. >> reporter: california's state flower is yellow. but so is this. >> this is yellow scar thistle,
one of our invasive weeds. >> reporter: and it's cody fuentes's job to separate the good from the bad plants. >> 60,000 acres. that's just a lot of land for a small organization such as ours. >> reporter: but he's about to get a lot of help. >> we want pictures of the flowers and the whole plant. >> reporter: the park is letting every visitor with a smartphone lend a hand. documenting what's growing and where. >> this is sticky monkey flower, one of our native species. >> reporter: the app can take the place of field guys and answer questions. >> what the heck is that? >> that happens every time. >> reporter: the app does something books could never do, it provides an instant feedback that can make for a teachable moment. >> i knew that was a butterfly or a moth. i'm trying to get it identified. >> reporter: the app lets you post sightings even if you don't know what they are and let the
experts weigh in. >> you can get a response back sometimes in five minutes or so. >> reporter: sharon thomas says that might outweigh her biggest concern. >> you have to look around to notice all the great stuff in nature. >> reporter: but used properly, studies have found the app is one of the best ways to learn. >> they become better and better at it. they become as good as experts in a lot of cases. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, "abc7 news." >> a gorgeous day there. summer is on the way. in mid september. drew is here with the forecast. >> finally going to arrive, the unofficial end of summer on monday. we've got some good news out there, not too bad. we do notice there's still a little cloud cover, so we'll have that first thing. but decides that, it will be nice out there. live doppler right now, we have some patchy fog at this hour. there's really not too much fog
happening across the region. there's just some patchy fog on the coast and east bay right now. as you look at your highs on sunday, 65 in san francisco, 76 in san jose. about 82 the high in antioch. temperatures in the 80s inland. in the seven-day forecast, we're going to see a nice warmup on the way, into the weekend. it's going to be nice and mild, and inland, yes, you are going back to near 100 thursday next so nicely. >> back to near 100. oh, joy. drew, thank you very much. all right, guys, u.s. open into its first week. serena williams gets the record for a grand slam match. all your highlights, next in sports.
the win today at the u.s. open, serena williamses a the most grand slam match wins, male or female. third round matchup against johanna larson. first set, serena sends the volley back and takes the first set. cruises in the second set. match point after a short rally. larson is going to find the net. serena advances to the fourth round in straight sets, her 307th win, tying her for roger federer and surpassing martina for most for a woman.
this year after wrist surgery. big forehand winner on patch point. he wins with a straight set victory. final roster cuts made around the nfl. the niners as the starting quarterback. here are some notable cuts today. raider meanwhile, george atkinson iii did not make the roster. also let go, kory toomer and
greg townsend, jr. top ranked alabama and usc facing off in dallas. second quarter, bama, 39 yards to stewart. this is just stupid. player stops on the groin of another and gets ejected from the game. it's 17-3, bama at the half. first time usc did not score a touchdown in a game since 1997, as alabama wins 52-6. houston and third ranked oklahoma. second quarter, oklahoma takes the lead. mark andrews, wide open. 64 yards. 17-13, sooners. only week one, but we have a play of the year nominee.
third quarter, sooners down two. could take the lead off this field goal. but brandon wilson gets it, starts in the back of the end zone. he's going to go the entire length of the field. it will go down as a 100 yard touchdown. houston with a major upset, taking down oklahoma. lsu taking on wisconsin at lambeau field. third quarter, white with the interception. he goes 21 yards. they take the lead just a minute later. 14-13, lsu. 47-yarder here, wisconsin up three. last chance for the tigers, one minute left in the game. the ill-advised throw and it's picked off.
dirty hit here led to an ejection and likely suspension. wisconsin with the upset 16-14 the final. ucla at texas a&m. josh reynolds for the 40-yard score. ucla ties it up. he lands on the defender, doesn't go down, getting back up and scores. we go to overtime. this gives the aggies the lead. last chance for ucla. the pass is knocked down. texas a&m wins big. great first day of college football. a lot of the big-name teams did play the cupcakes they normally play. so a big week in the first week
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