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live where you live this is abc7 news. >> election eve in america. donald trump's final push for votes becomes a family affair. >> i think we are gonna blow them out tomorrow in saw -- in a lot of ways. >> while hillary clinton joins forces to get out the vote. >> let's show them tomorrow there is no question about the outcome of this election. >> good evening and thank you for scroing us. i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm dan ashley. the polls open at 7:00 a.m. >> on the other side of the country the first votes have been cast. voters in ma'am national -- new hampshire cast their ballots. >> two others voted. trump leads clinton 32-25 so far. >> cornell bernard joins us live with the final push to
secure victory. >> reporter: it is over tonight. a campaign like no other. long, bitter and decisive at times. both candidates in a full sprint to the finish line. rocker ted nugent rallied trump supporters on the last stop in battleground michigan. >> today we are going to win the great state of michigan and we are going to win back the white house. >> reporter: hillary clinton and president obama and john bonn gee -- john bonn gee vee and the boss pressing voters to vote for clinton on election day. >> please make a plan to vote. none of us want to wake up on wednesday morning and wish we had done more. >> i am asking you to work as hard as you can this one last day to elect our neck president president -- our next president. >> reporter: the race is still close. clinton leading by four points in the latest abc news poll. >> ♪ proud to be an american
>> earlier donald trump making a final battleground blitz. eight states in 24 hours. sounding nothing like an underdog. >> we are winning ohio. we are winning iowa. we are winning, we think, new hampshire. >> reporter: clinton putting the e-mail investigation behind her. her team is encouraged by long lines of early voters mostly latino in nevada and tens of thousands who showed up in key battlegrounds to see her famous friend. trump taking shots at clinton for her star-studded final act. >> she gets beyonce and jay-z. i get bigger crowds than they do. >> hillary clinton is made of steel. >> reporter: lady gaga introducing clinton at a midnight rally in raleigh, north carolina her last and final campaign stop. now clinton and trump have dual watch parties election night blocks away from each other in new york city. dan and ama? >> thank you.
>> dan: hillary clinton is expected to easily win california's 55 electoral votes, but people in the bay area are still volunteering their time to the two presidential candidates. >> ama: let's begin with the trump campaign. >> i am at trump headquarters in sunnyvale. right now the phone bank is closed, but volunteers are trying to rally last-minute support. >> i think trump represents a lot of people tired of the corruption. >> there are 17 phones manned by trump supporters and calling voters in bat -- battleground states. >> i am feeling pretty good. i am reaching democrats who say they are voting for trump. >> juan hurricane hen who was assaulted at a trump rally believes a silent majority will elect the gop candidate. >> i am excited. i have been watching the polls and the polls are tightening up and he has a moment right now. >> she is an unlikely volunteer. she imigrated from nicaragua
and is not yet a legal sitten sen. >> i believe he loves this country as much as i do. i want to be here and even though i can't vote i can still make phone call. >> a trump victory party is planned at this location on election night. abc7 news. >> i am lilian kim at the san francisco headquarterses of the hillary clinton campaign where volunteers have been getting out the vote. >> hi, don. i am a volunteer with hillary clinton. >> some made it a full time job. their motivation is fear of a trump presidency. >> if i dent come and volunteer here 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. until election day and i woke up on wednesday morning knowing trump was my next president i would feel guilty. >> the sound of a bell shows the yes vote. he rang it six times tonight. >> if you get six or seven or
more it is a great number when you multiply that with 300 or 400 people across the nation. >> volunteers will be back at it starting with the calls and texts to east coast voters. lilian kim, abc7 news. >> abc7 news was at san francisco city hall as workers counted thousands of ballots. they estimated 2,000 people cast early votes and on saturday and sunday 3500 people voted early. that's a record for the weekend before super tuesday. overall a third of those eligible in san francisco have voted which is also a record. abc7 news was in san jose as workers processed votes. they will work 24 hours a day until all votes are counted. election officials mailed out 700,000 vote by mail ballots and this year half are back. it is all about the results tomorrow and we will have an early edition at 3:00
p.m. followed by world news tonight followed at 4:00 we will have live uninterrupted coverage of the results. at 11:00 stay with us for a special one-hour longed digits of abc7 news covering all of the local races. >> our hotline will take your calls tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. if you encounter in any problems at the polls we'll look into it and get your answer. 415-954-and it -- 954-81 fave 1. and if you are still deciding we have a available tool at your fingertips. visit abc7news.com and click on the icon for the your voice, your vote. we have information about the candidates and the measures on your local ballot including analysis for and against and a list of the major donor for both sides of each campaign. moving on.
grizzly details about a woman from san leandro. carla was an alameda county sheriff department explorer. she was found beaten, stabbed and burned on thursday. prosecutors say her friend laura rogers admitted to planning the murder and luring her to the park. the d.a. says roger's boyfriend curtis taylor admitted to dousing her with gasoline. both suspects are being held without bail. developing news tonight. we are learning more about what made a woman strike a person outside the courthouse and then that same woman jumped off a bridge. katie is live for us. >> reporter: it appears to be a divorce proceeding gone terribly wrong. we reached out to the family tonight, but as you can imagine they did not want to comment. this story is strange all-around, and as one witness puts it, it is sad all-around.
>> i mostly heard everything and people yelling to stop. >> she describes the scene she captured on her cell phone after leaving the courthouse in martinez. a driver struck three people in the crosswalk and then sped off. you can see the aftermath in these photos from the martinez news gazette. >> i felt sorry for one lady. >> the driver was 60-year-old kimberly goldman. the other two witnesses from their hearing. >> police say goldman reversed her car. she struck one of the victims a second time. sky 7 shows where she crashed her car. >> we saw the coast guard vessel coming in alt high
speeds and observing the no wake zone. >> goldman jumped from the bridge to her death. they are reviewing surveillance footage from both locations. in martinez, abc7 news. >> all it took was a woman's shoe. abc7 news was at the embarcadero station where a shoe jammed an escalator causing it to be shutdown and a second escalator was taken out of service due to the weight of the passengers. some had to bypass the station. one of the escaloators is still not working. >> coming up on abc7 news at 11:00, a hidden killer in one of the most popular breeds of dogs. the desperate search to find a medical breakthrough for golden retrievers. >> and he was arrested for 99 felonies. the update from prosecutors. >> and a snake on a plane. the surprise stowaway
terrifying passengers. >> i am meteorologist sandhya patel. rain or shine for election day. >> all of that in a moment. now a look at what is ahead on "jimmy kimmel live." >> thanks, dan and ama. it is almost over. >> if you had thrown that ball into the dugout with a big smile on your face it would have been the worst thing that happened to anyone.
want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
it's time to vote yes it is time for the pharmaceutical industry to stop the entire nation is looking at california. let's go forward together. thank you all very much. dozens of bay area dog owners are trying to save one of the most popular breeds. >> they are joining a study that is killing half the
breed, cancer. >> and here is morning anchor natasha. >> you know the drill. >> reporter: for jerry life is not complete without a golden retriever. through 25 years and eight dogs he also knows what it is like to lose them. >> i mean i always cry. and it takes weeks to get over it. >> reporter: pam kennedy has experienced the same pain. three of her golden retrievers died from three different types of cancer. >> all i can think of is god needs more angels. >> reporter: and now they are taking action. >> when the breeder said get him into this morris study for his entire life. and i said sign me up. >> reporter: researchers at the foundation in colorado are trying to get answers with a ground breaking 32 million-dollar national study. it will track 3,000 purebred golden retrievers. they track every aspect of their dog's lives from where they live to what they eat and where they exercise.
meanwhile they collect blood x fur and other samples during the visit. the most important clues will likely be inside the dog's bodies. brennan mackenzie is a veterinarian in los altos jievment we suspect in breeds disposable to cancers there are genetic risk factors. one of the goals is to identify those in this breed. >> if researchers can identify genetic markers it could provide a breakthrough for the entire breed. john is the ceo of the morris animal foundation. >> maybe we will find a genetic link that unlike the human population you can breed those out of the population. >> it is so important to me that maybe the 3,000 of us participants can help find a cure. >> that's the breakthrough pam kennedy and pam are hoping for so they can eliminate a hidden killer from the breed they love so much. abc7 news.
>> golden retrievers are the focus of the study several other breeds including labs have higher than average cancer risks. entree more information on abc -- we have more information on abc7news.com. arrested on suspicion of 99 prescription felonies is a free man. christopher owens worked for ucsf and accused of illegally prescribing opioids. the d.a. said there is not enough evidence to charge it. he was released from jail. his case does remain under investigation. >> it is called the serpent in the sky. a stowaway snake terrorized passengers on a mexican plane on sunday. the flight had to make a mexican landing after it slithered through the storage bins. officials don't know how it got there. it has gone viral leading to an over uh bun den -- over uh
-- overabundance. >> that is creepy. >> no excuse tomorrow. it should be a wonderful day to cast your ballot. >> sandhya patel is here with the latest. >> it will be nice and dry p on election day. let's check out san francisco and nothing creepy about this shot. city hall is all decked out for election day. here is your hour by hour planner. it will be in the 50s. it is dry and a few high clouds at noontime. 60s and 70s and autumn warmth and looking at near 80 degrees inland. definitely sunscreen weather. the polls close and the temperatures well be comfortable mid50s to the low 60s. now we look at a sunset time lapse from our emeryville camera. the clouds we saw today did add an extra burst of color. this is post sunset and you can see how pretty it was as we look toward the golden gate bridge. if you are up early enough you
will want to check it out because those clouds are still with us and you will be able to get pretty views as well. here are the clouds on live doppler 7. a look at the bigger picture and we have a storm system that is going to send us big waves. no rain unfortunately out of it, but we have a high surf advisory. tuesday tomorrow afternoon 3:00 p.m. until wednesday. west looy swell over 20 feet. you will need to watch out along the coast. there is a possibility of sneaker waves and dangerous rip currents. if it gets upgraded to a warning you will want to use the news app. we'll send the push alerts. low 60s and currently 50 and 70 degrees in half moon bay. you can really see for miles. fog is not a concern tonight. temperatures in the midto upper 50s from santa rosa to livermore. one other live picture from the kgo roof camera. dry conditions for election day. above average on thursday and
cooler by week's end. tomorrow morning when you get going temperatures in the 50s you will have the high clouds around. tomorrow afternoon upper 60s to the upper 70s. today's highs were a good four to eight degrees above normal. we'll do that all over again for your tuesday. now check out what's ahead if you are making plans for veteran's day you are off on friday and kids are out of school a slight chance of a few showers. weekend looks comfortable 60s and 70s. here is the accu-weather seven-day forecast and we are going for dry conditions for election day. keeping it near 80 and then look at thursday. mid60s coast and we are keeping the slight chance for friday. we will see potential for more development maybe early next week. we'll keep track of it for
all right, here is something to help make election day more tolerable. fire fox will be fire streaming red pandas on the search engine's facebook page. they live at the san francisco zoo and they are certainly cute enough to get through the on slot of election results and the intensity tomorrow. it will start at 10:00 a.m. >> a bright spot to the day. >> absolutely we have rick quan in for larry beil. >> i had curry for dinner last night. it was good, but not as good as steph curry. 13 is not considered a lucky number, but for the warriors' steph curry it was a magic
>> abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> one game after a streak of 157 straight contests with a three pointer snapped steph curry set an nba record by making 13 three pointers. another reason to celebrate former warriors head coach turned 80 today. first quarter action and ian clark gets it in the corner. he knocks down one of his first of many three's. displaying his mvp form was feeling it. he puts the warriors up by 10 here. the lead grows to 21 and kevin durant with, yep, another. new orleans comes back and
anthony davis with the team high 33 this game connects. he was 13 of 17 from beyond the arc. he ties the nba record he shares and i can see by the smile that something special was going on. >> this was a record breaker. curry with his 13th three pointer of the contest and he finished with 46 points. 116-10 6 the final. >> ever since i tied it the first time i decided what it takes to get one more. >> i'm sure we will be broken down the line. the way the game is going and the way the guys are shooting, you never know but it is nice to have i'm sure. >> the giants have named phil nevin to replace kelly as their third base coach while jose will take over for bill
hayes at first the bills gave them all they could handle and after a blocked punt they race around the corner and scores and russell wilson to jimmy graham and check out the replay. the defender is holding graham's left arm, but he still makes the grab. the pass on fourth down is incomplete and the seahawks hold on to beat rex ryan and the bills. they lead it 5-2-1. and this abc7 sports report has been brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> so curry was hot. 13 three pointers. >> abc7 news continues now on-line and on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with the abc7 news app. >> our news
the u.s.those of us whoof freedserved in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us. please. vote. vote. vote. vote.
i've never liked marijuana. but i'm voting yes on
prop 64 to legalize marijuana for adults 21 and over. it has important safeguards for families, like strict product labeling and child-proof packaging of all marijuana products. and banning edibles that would appeal to a child. raising a teenager, that regulated system makes a lot more sense than what we have now. plus, 64 taxes marijuana to fund priorities like after-school programs. personally, marijuana's not for me. but my mind's made up. i'm voting yes on 64.
and one maury minder if you -- one more reminder we have a available tool at your fingertips. visit abc7news.com for the voters edge election guide. we have the candidates and the measures including nonpartisan analysis, arguments for and against and a list of the major donors for both sides of each campaign. >> and please join us tomorrow night. we will be with you all evening with absolute up to the minute election results. i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm ama daetz. on "jimmy kimmel live," carol
burnett. >> and city hall is all lit up in red, white and >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, from the world champion chicago cubs, kris bryant, carol burnett and music from vic mensa featuring travis barker. and now, i'm almost certain, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. that's very kind,