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>> this is about 100 yards of pier 45 without causing an oil spill. now, the salvage company and sfpd are now considering option on just how to do that. the coast guard was out on waters this morning. making sure the boat had been properly marked by the salvage company. >> is he working here? >> no. >> the co-owner said neither he, nor others wanted to talk but the coast guard said they've paying for operations. the calisi sank saturday afternoon. and all, including three
children have been hospitalized. the salvation team installed another buoy today, and checked the vessel's tanks, containing 75 gallons of gaso line. >> they went down and plugged a fuel fence so we shouldn't have leaking. >> the chief says the company hopes to lift the boat on friday. first, they have to figure out exactly how to do it. >> you need to do an investigation to see how it's sitting on the bottom. >> sfpd marine unit is a lead agency investigating violations. >> how many people should have been on the boat? and other factors we're looking
at. >> a wildfire burned live yesterday at 6:00. cal fire has deemed the campbell creek area safe now. they've reopened dry creek road outside yountville. the fire is now 80% contained and no buildings were damaged. the cause is under investigation. police in concord shot and killed a man they say stabbed a police dog this afternon on san jose avenue near prospect street at 2:30. officers looking for the suspect who stabbed a man inside of a home on crawford street. a police dog found the man about tree blocks away. two officers shot the suspect,
killing him. two men in vallejo are recovering after an argument in a 7-11 parking lot ended in violence. police say the gunman is a long haired man in his 20s driveing a yellow geo metro. a san jose state water polio player has apparently left the county after being accused >> police are investigating what has become the ninth homicide with similar characteristics
this year. this crime scene wasn't hidden from david? >> police have not found a common link and operators are encouraging those on the street to come inside and take advantage of homeless shelters the homeless victim was found next to a parked suv. the news hit joe connelly hard. he is staying in a homeless shelter operated by the agency home first. >> one death isn't cool. and i don't know if there is anything i can do to help them, i'll help you. believe me.
it's not cool. >> the center has room for 250 each night. they are offered a safe place to stay after dark. with eight of the nine unsolved. >> they take under wear and socks and announce themselves and offer services and they drive a van. >> albert flores hopes the homeless will lead his advice. >> go to a shelter and get yourselves in a safe environment. >> the number of murders grows, police are aware the vulnerable will try to protect themselves. >> we ask they don't put themselves in a situation they can't recover from.
>> police want to learn about the death of a 2-year-old boy. his family brought him in that central valley down as well, they're waiting on results to tell them how this boy died. >> oakland city leaders are taking action to crack down on out of control >> it is unacceptable, and we have been asking for these actions for thee years. >> the actions by the committee need to be approved before they take affect.
abc7 news has a story of a nightmare and in the middle of the day for all to see. >> this crime looks like others and in other cities recently. police agencies are comparing notes they tell me there is no clear connection. the 77-year-old victim told us it came out of nowhere. it was captured on a neighbor's surveillance camera. it was a sunny day, his birthday, two men wearing hoodies walked up, demanded a wallet and started to rip his wife's jewelry from her neck.
>> i was so mad. real mad. >> they are otherwise okay. reporting it to police who picked up the video. he hasn't heard anything since. so he contacted the councilman. >> other senior women have been robbed the same way that he's been robbed. >> so feea lives on 33 avenue and says crime has gone up on her block. >> a tenant upstairs had a car broken into five times, if not more. and. >> in oakland, abc7 news.
>> six people appeared in court for the first time to answer charges of terrifying victims during a car jacking and home invasion. prosecutors say clues from this video helped >> there have been other crimes associated to them that members have been convicted of. >> suspect toushs so far they haven't been linked to last month's robbing and shooting in orinda. >> several people have been millionaires after buying a ticket at cavanaugh
>> it's a lucky store. >> these days, spirits are 50% off. spirits are cashing in on something else. >> i've been winning, i won $489. >> from hundreds to millions, past winners are displayed and why would this property close up shop? >> new owners want us gone. >> no one here seems to know what is next. >> talk to the town. >> maybe another in and out. >> before the new tenant moves in, they're making sure they get it. >> what is so lucky about this place? >> i'm trying to find out. >> what is your theory? >> how long we've been here, we
love what we're doing. >> with no shortage of dollars and dreams before they do. they will close november 30th but based on foot traffic, everything could be sold out before then. cuts, scrapes, and a story. that is what one man has after being attacked by a bear. >> he thought he might not make it but doctors say he was just a millimeter from surviving a fatal wound. >> get ready for rain. and we'll have the forecast coming up. a san francisco institution dating back to the gold rush. >> sfo is moving into
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bad news for california's first dog. he has cancer. sutter, a corgi has been a companion to governor brown and his wife for six years. he suddenly got sick friday and underwent surgery. >> this is a very hard time. he's a important part of the family so we're pulling for him. and he's a fighter. we're hoping he'll pull through this. >> a jogger escaped with cuts and scrapes and what a story to tell after being attacked by a bear in the mountains near los angeles. dan rechmond showed off wounds
and says he first saw one bear at sierra madre and a second bear swooped in yesterday. >> i was running past it. just came down and got me. it bit a wrist and somehow got my leg here. >> experts believe he may have encountered two bears that were trying to mate. >> 49ers are going with the player who once took them to the super lonny in. >> kaepernick got a green light
but says he's trying to focus on football. i'm itching to get out >> number 7 will be replacing blaine gabbert. >> it's great to be out there. hopefully, we can make things happen. >> this season, kaepernick continues to create debate about the national anthem by neiling to protest. monday night, leah tisei sang and then took a knee. >> i think that is cute.
people are realizing injustices in this country. >> one man hopes he can help turn things around. >> he's got one of the best jobs in nfl football. i wish him luck. >> he says he's eager and ready to get back to being a he leader on the field. >> some exciting weather is coming our way. calm conditions with whispy high clouds around and sunshine. around the bay we've got mid-60s in oakland and mountain view.
66 down south. check out the setting sun, what a beautiful site. these thursday night into friday morning. saturday, more rain saturday and sunday. here is the impact, the first of the two coming our way ranks number two. windy spots continue into friday. and wind gusts at 5:00 breezy that will continue into friday morning.
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of the girl today. the market was down across the board. the dow took a 200 point hit and apple and samsung heard arguments about why the company should not pay $400 million. years ago, samsung was found guilty of violating the to derive from design. >> more news about samsung. it is throwing in the towel over the galaxy note 7 phone, stopping production and sales of the phone because it keeps bursting into flames.
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says the worst was having his hair cutoff. the victim is a sikh, they do not cut hair as part of religious practice. >> it was 9:00 p.m., september 25th when he says a pickup truck with young men threw a beer can at him in an intersection. he dialled 911 as several attacked him as he sat in the driver's seat. >> they started punching me and pulled my hair and cut my hair
and stabbed me in the finger. >> he says the finger now has to be amputated. the sikh community sent a letter saying he was targeted because of his religious appearance. two men were arrested to work in richmond. they confirmed the men were terminated and banned. they say they are no strangers to intolerance. >> people making comments.
former vice president al gore made his first appearance telling supporters an issue he is involved as you probably know and stressed importance of every vote, especially in florida. >> every vote counts. >> i know, i know. >> members of his party took to twitter, at fellow and tweeted quote the shackles have opinion taken off me and i can now fight the way i want to. >> i choose to stand with
trump. > we have a valuable tool to help you prepare for election day. and enter your zip code to help you keep track of your ballot. that is at abc7news.com. >> this weekend, san francisco airport will activate the terminal above 1 and 2. it is full of technology but that is not the only reason it costs so much. >> 3, 2. one. the mayor and head of the faa marks dedication. >> that tower is rising up right
behind us. >> there is some >> this is a design. >> it is a shared cost of over $150 million. >> faa needed a functional facility and wanted something iconic. >> the tower sways like a tree. >> and comes packed with technology seen in this video. >> when cutting over this weekend we'll turn on a system for flights here in san francisco airport. >> new fog proof radar
>> something happening everywhere. pilots communicating less with talk and more with text. >> pilot can read it. and press a button. the most visible piece will be the wall of lights. >> i can't wait to see it lit in orange. >> that is impressive. >> it is. >> coming up next, see what it takes to get both your life and money back. >> coming up going back to gold rush days to see how a landmark transformed from
afterwards. >> right. >> she was watching it happen. >> can you imagine? >> it's amazing. >> it was a brazen act that took thousands of dollars from a couple and their little girl. the bank restored some of the money but not all of it. >> i was buying milk. >> he found out someone was draining her bank accounts. >> the card was declined. >> the number didn't >> it's my daughter's savings. >> she called bank of america. >> i'm seeing just more transactions. >> she watched on the phone. then, her checking. >> $7,000 was gone.
and the thief apparently used a drivers's license. >> bank of america replaced her savings, however, b of a would not restore money to the checking account. mimi contacted 7 on your side. we pointed out mimi was in san francisco, trying to use her card at the time of the theft and the thief reset the number. >> bank of america would not say why measures did not prevent the thief from obtaining that card. and withdrawing money quickly.
>> and confident. >> so grateful. so grateful. >> she's more careful and that is good advice. now i want to hear from you. the hot line is open monday through friday. you can reach me on my face book page. >> i don't know what is worse. having that happen or watching it. >> well, coming up next, we go back to the gold rush days to see how much changed from one
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history. >> laguna honda kopt indicatored to the city's neediest since the days of the gold rush. originally as a shelter for the poor now, volunteers have assembled artifacts dating back to laguna honda's we toured with a long time supporter it stems from early daes when san francisco saying hey, we do take care >> the residents grew much of their own food, and tended to a barn. >> they used to do their own milling. >> they served a purpose.
>> yes. >> buildings were expanded and in >> laguna honda is a publicly funded, skilled nursing center. we're one of the few in the country. >> and 150 years after the birth, one thing remains unchanged. it's mission to care for people that can't care for themselves. >> now, you can tell it's marking it's 150 years of sounds great. >> spencer is back with the forecast. >> will be changing later this week. things are calm. that is going to change but not
tomorrow, a lovely friday, the second storm comes in back up to 70% on sunday. here is the accu-weather forecast. storm coming this in thursday night into friday. and afrngs number two. we get a break and a second storm on saturday, continuing into sunday. we've got wet weather coming our way. >> larry beil is on assignment with espn again tonight. >> mike shumann is live from at&t park. >> beautiful night for baseball.
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on 64. >> ten straight olympics, a major heing baseball forcing a game five against chicago back in chicago on thursday. back in 2002. right now in the 4th we'll have updated highlights for you coming up at 9:00 and 11:00. dodgers and nets can wrap up a series. bottom
>> 49ers made a surprise announcement today and almost forced their hand because of the play. now, kaepernick hasn't played in almost a year. and first five games, gabbert clearly the season is slipping away. >> i'm excited to be out there and ready to go and try to get this win. i'm ready. it's been about a year since
live game action. so i'm itching to get out there. >> i'm going to come into work the same way. it's not blaine's fault. we need to be better in a lot of ways. so we're going to see what we can do here and what we're doing. >> so last night, derek carr and dan williams and other raiders are tied for first in the afc west. raiders hope to take down the chiefs and almost every baseball
team has a spanish broadcast system going on. listen to this call in the ninth. >> sounds good if you're a fan. updates coming up at 9:00 11:00. back to you. >> thank you, shu. >> coming up, a diet soda lie. why researchers say you put on just as many pounds drinking fake sugar. >> new pictures show that canine
officer stabbed today in the east bay recovery and shooting that led to the animal violence. >> good line up for you >> and at 11:35 it's jimmy kimmel live. lots to tune in for. >> that is this edition of abc7 news at 6:00. look for breaking news on twitter on abc7 news bay area, i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. from the entire news team, we hope you have a great evening. we'll see you tonight.
this is "jeopardy!" today's contestants are... a bartender from littleton, colorado... a communications manager from moreland, pennsylvania... and our returning champion, a technical writer and actress from pacifica, california... ...whose 1-day cash winnings total... and now, here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thanks, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. when you come to "jeopardy!" as a contestant, you come here with three wishes.
first, you don't want to embarrass yourself, , you want to do well, and third, you want to win. pidge, on yesterday's program, accomplished all three. alice and kalen, could happen to you, too. good luck. here we go. let's see what happens with these categories in the first round. yeah. and finally... after all, it's state fair time. what you gonna eat when you go there? pidge, start us off. one-word film titles for $200. i'm mario andretti. kalen. what is "cars"?