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>> abc7 news begins with breaking news. >> the break buzz is from fairfield this morning. as you can see a car has slammed into the community college classroom in solano after 9:00 this morning. ten people were hurt. solano county sheriff said two injuries are moderate. fine are minor. three people were treated and released. we are over the community college and you can see the gaping hole in the small classroom there. the building is not actually located next to a major road. sky 7 captured what look like several different tire tracks in the grass near the classroom. authorities have not yet said what caused the driver to slam into the building.
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we have breaking updates download abc push apps 67 able push alert and follow us on twitter@abc7newsbayarea. >> thank you for joining us on this midday. i am natasha zouves. >> i am matt keller. kristen will be here in later today. >> urban shield is underway in the county. >> not just for officers driving into pleasanton but a lot of veries showing up, as well, and our reporter is joining us in pleasanton with the latest. >> amy? the protesters have been here since 7:30 this morning and another group is marching right new and we have heard there have been nine arrests for block traffic. police say what is happen on the fairgrounds is they are lending how to respond to emergencies and they are not using military exams just using other emergency vehicles from cross the country. as examples of what to train for, but the protesters think that something else is going on. >> they formed a human shield to
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protest urban shield training exercises for law enforcement and first responders. this group questions the tactics used calling them "militarized war games." >> when we have local health responders trained and the military tactics, because, then, the intuition is when you are treating something as a health-related emergency it is criminalize and people are hurt. >> at ace train station across from alameda county fairgrounds prepared early for the veries close the gate of one of the entrances at 5:45 this morning and checking for train tickets at the other entrance so only passenger could get into the parking lot, exasperating some. >> it was busy and took longer. i was angry. >> a few people who saw the on news it was happening made their own signs this morning, and showed up to present the other side. all the police have to be ready for all kinds of situations. these folks are saying the police are turning into a
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military force...that is not the case. they here to protect and serve the people of this country. all the protesters covered several entrances of the fairground but at one location cars drover around them. another location was unmanned and participants got inside and started the conference without interfereence. >> we are willing to stay until they shut it down, until we have to. >> it will be a long hot weekend and can you see they have support teams here in place to cool off the protesters and keep them hydrated. today, venders are showing their tools to the different agencies in they are interested in buying them. the exercise start tomorrow. this goes throughout the weekend here at the fairgrounds. >> more now on the fall intermediate from the underage sex scandal rocking several police departments the d.a. is expected to talk about the
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criminal investigation. here is what we can tell you so far, in oakland the mayor has firsted four officers and suspended seven others and other departments have also had resignations and suspensions. yesterday, a livermore officer resigned. all are believed involved with celeste guap, the 19-year-old self described prostitute. she said she slept with multiple officers when she was underage. richmond police sent her to a rehabilitation center in florida and she was arrested for assault. now, at least one city regrets making that decision. we will bring you coverage as it developed this afternoon. download the news app, and make sure tone able push alerts to get updates sent to the phone. all the former 49er tight end bruce miller is expected to appear in court this afternoon, charged with seven felonies including asalt with a deadly win, battery and criminal threats. this morning we are learning the disturbing detail. the authorities believe miller used a cane to beat a 70 year old man.
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he got into a fight with the man and his adult son when he entered the wrong room at the fisherman's wharf mayor idea. miller was released that day. >> are you one of the many people moving away from owning a car. an older carmaker says it sees you and know the times are changing. mayors are announcing a new partnership with ford. tiffany wilson joins us from civic center plaza to explain this. >> good morning. the announcement wrapped up five minutes ago right here behind me the first its kind public-private partnership ford is teaming up with bay area cities to help reduce congestion and move people around. ford said they are no longer just a car company but they are a car and mobility company. >> the baby blue bicycles are about to undergo a major transformation. today, ford announced they are spenting the bay area bicycle share program to be renamed ford go bike and plans to, expand
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from 700 bicycles to 7,000 bicycles over the next few years. riders thrilled. >> great idea. obviously there is a need for that. >> having more stations will expand the use. >> san francisco, san jose, and berkeley all celebrated the partnership with ford. if you wonder what a consider manufacturer has to do with bicycles, a spokesman said ford is simply looking to the future. >> today, 50% of united states population live in cities. in 2030 that will grow to 60% and it will be too congested. we have to figure out other ways to get people to move and this is ford's approach to look at multimodes moving people around. >> part of the vision includes shuttles and ford announced the purchase of chariot a san francisco-based start-up. ford plans to expand chariot shultz services to at least five new cities in the next 18 months. the prices and rental temperatures are worked out. but forden voice ons a future to
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allow people to hop afternoon and off to the schultz. >> we will do innovation things as far as connecting modes of transportation. >> we will see the rebackgrounded ford bicycles in the spring and they all manufactured in detroit, of course, which is ford's >> now, another bizarre twist in an unpredict am campaign. this time the focus is on donald trump and his relationship with russian president vladimir putin. >> he says great things about me will say great things about him. a leader far more than our president. >> even taking the astonishing step of suggesting he prefers the russian president to our american president! it is scary. it is dangerous. >> donald trump made a stunning appearance on the kremlin-backed television network praising vladimir putin.
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the campaign said he did that interview thinking it was for his friend, larry king's podcast and they say donald trump did not know it would be on russian television. >> former first daughter chelsea clinton expected the presidential race to be a close one. the stand guard graduate stopped by "the view," for the first national tv interview in support of her mom since the democratic national convention the she said it is not easy to hear what trump said about her mom. she adds this. >> so were more troubled in this campaign by what he has said about americans who don't share his straight white male heritage. that, to me, is far more worrying than is thinly or not to thinly veiled sex. toward my mom. >> she poke of her relationship with ivanka trump and said they are still friends despite the hostility between their parents.
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>> next, commemorating 9/11 the tributes underway today as we approach the 50th anniversary this weekend. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco, a town of fall could bring measurable wet weather our way next week. i will hav
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>> new this morning, president obama said 9/11 is a national
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day of rare and remembrance the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. >> jessica castro has more on the ceremony. jessica? >> today marks the beginning of the remembrance ceremonies that will be held cross the nation to weekend in observance of lend. this morning, congress commemorated the tragedy in washington on the steps of the capitol willing. among those who spoke was california representative and house minority leader nancy pelosi. >> let memory of our fallen heroes be a blessing to their beloved and to our nation. let their sacrifice continue to dopen our dedication to justice and to tremendous dome. may god bless the fallen men and women of 9/11 and their families. >> house speaker paul ryan delivered remarks at the capitol and you may know united flight 93 was one of four flights that crashed on the day. it want down in pennsylvania and was scheduled to come to san francisco. ultimately the passengers on
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board stepped plane from making the intended target of either of the white house or the capitol willing. and not far away a moment silence at the pentagon, in new york, there was a procession by the new york police department in observance. these are just the events this morning but we will caesar moans held all weekend long across the country including here in the bay area. look for local 9/11 remembrance events on our website at abc7news.com. i am jessica castro for abc7 news. >> an important part of the the weekend. we are helping you plan for the weekend ahead. >> from chocolate and wine, we have had a look at what is happening where you live, next when
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>> if you look, for something fun to do this weekend we have you covered the jessica has ideas on what is happening. >> you probably do not need an excuse to eat sweets all weekend, but just case, the 21st annual chocolate festival is upon us. who could say no to the treat that tastes like heaven? the event features chocolate taste testing with the side of wine, brews and spirits and an ice cream eating contest and new this year, big-named chefs. all that isn't enough? the party benefits the nonprofit project on hand a senior lunch program that began in san francisco in 1985. >> we are rooted in san francisco and this is our history. we are founded in 1852 and people from all over the world come to celebrate here in san francisco and our heritage and we just want to pick sure we connect with the locals and give them as much chocolate as we
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can. >> head to the square from number to 5:00 p.m. on saturdy and sunday with tickets from $20 to $50 so buy online because they go quickly. with all of the chocolate ice cream it could feel like an endless summer but fall is almost here which not only brings some of the best weather it also brings in the annual autumn moon festival the 26th year for the free event held in chinatown and the grand parade on saturday at 11:00 and the fun is through sunday at 5:00 people with the famous grand finale. who wants to miss that? for more information and other events check out our website at abc7news.com. we will learning you with hood line. have a great weekend. >> sunday... >> everything looked delicious. a great weekend to get outdoors. >> so, mike, how is the weather?
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>> wonderful! yes, look at this, it will be chilly. maybe not so bright as it was in the pictures from the past but mostly sunny and partly cloudy and 57 and 61, from noon to 5 and it will be breezy on sunday, but, have does up, what does it matter? you eating chocolate and ice cream. check owe swirly clouds seeing more nature movement like that, and the sun is slowly lying over our east bay hills and valleys, and it is starting to break out, finally, in san francisco, and it is going to become sunny with said difficult highs today and tomorrow and the cooling trend on sunday and watching a it system next week. we will talk about what is happening, then at sfo, and 14 at fairfield and we have a little deficit a sea breeze and you can see we still have clouds pushing through our lower north bay confidential valleys into petaluma and through the golden gate bridge and san pablo bay up into fairfield. that is all going to pull back to the coast leaving us with sunshine and consistent weather
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inland, 85 to 87. to the north, they are harvest grapes and great weather, mid-70s to low 80s with 80 in santa rosa and the south bay is feeling great. how about being average? san jose is 80 and the art and wine festival in mountain view is from 11:00 to 7:00 and both tomorrow and sunday and it will be warmer tomorrow at 73 to 79 and 70 to 76, more breezy on sunday. any are heading up the peninsula on the coast, half moon bay is 61, pacifica is 60 and san mateo is 74 and redwood city is 77. the east east bay shore, getting scrappy with mid-to-upper 70s in most neighborhoods. at the game tonight, dress as untillal, 7:00 first pitch and 64 dropping to 59. manyers and a's at the coliseum. san francisco, 61 in the sunset to 64 downtown, and daly city about 60 a cool spot. here is a look from the
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exploritorium it is not too breezy on the bay, kayaking, sailing, no small craft advisory, 75, 68, and 76 by 7:00 around the coast, bay and inland. my seven-day forecast shows you will see temperatures two to four degrees warmer, more certain shine, not so much drizzle and two to six degrees cooler, and it slides from the south and brings enough moisture we will have heavy drizzle on monday tuesday and maybe a slight shower cross the not bay mountains and then we will warm up after that. >> pretty cool. >> quick question: across street from the san jose airport this is a stadium there. >> i heard. a nice stadium. >> how is it looking? all the stadium is looking great. you are going down...hot? >> it will be about 75 dropping into the 70s by the time the match is over. low 70's. >> perfect weather for root beer
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floats? the san jose earthquakes, fans, the root beer float night before take on seattle and i will there. that me on the right. there i am in my apron. bringing out the apron, i wear it as small t-shirt as possible. >> you work out for this event? >> i have to school ice cream for a long time this is a picture from the root beer float event the earthquakes raise $10,000 last year for several charities including leukemia and mothers against drunk drive asking this year they are made by celebrities like former 49ers center and former united states women's soccer star brandi chastain. that is a 30-pound scoop right in. e floats are flowing at 5:30 up to game time at 7:30 and the recommended donation is $5 and you get a&w souvenir cup. >> have to go.
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>> very cool. i will stick around for the game, too. >> apple is processes pre-orders for the iphone 7s with the $50 purchase of a 15 started minutes after midnight with estimated delivery this time next week and then it jumped to three weeks and jet black so far is the must popular model. the removement of the headphone jack has not affected sales replaced with wireless headphones. >> next, in furry friend would wants to be part of your family and mike the introduce us to jeffrey. all the 49ers play the first regular soap game right here and coverage of monday night football begins at 7:00 p.m. on monday here on abc7. >> tune in for new season of "dancing with the stars" before that premiere on monday at a special time at 5:00 p.m. right here.
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emnow looking to a bay area company for help solving the mystery tonight at 5:00. >> finally friday and what bet way to kick off the weekend than with perfect pet. mike is excited. >> this is special. we did not often get to feature rabbits but this is what we doing, adorable rabbit that comes with the name "jeffrey." he is five years old medium size california rabbit chocolate brown ears and tail and loves to be petted and the best part he is house trained to use a liter box. >> whoa. if i could get my cat to do the same. if you would like to make him part of your family call friends at alameda animal shelter at number on your screen. he won't last long. >> i is heard that some rabbits do not have the most affinity for humans and he seems to be fine. pet. cud weed. >> maybe he can watch football with us.
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>> man's best friend, the rabbit who watches football. thank you pore joining us. entire we
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