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the forecast. meteorologist frances dinglasan is in for lisa argen. >> good morning, chris. here's doppler 7, showing us cloud cover along the coast and spilling into parts of the north bay and hugging the peninsula coast as well. sun rise at 6:53. temperatures will mainly be in the 50s. we have low clouds sticking around. a lot of events kick off, you'll be in the low 60s and upper 50s, so grab a jacket. by this afternoon, clouds, we'll see high clouds passing through. overall we'll have a warmer day. i'll have your complete accuweather forecast coming up, chris. >> frances, thank you. developing news out of the south bay where police shot and killed a robbery suspect in east san jose near white road at 7:00 last night.
officers fatally shot the man during a traffic stop. it's unclear whether that man opened fire as well. our media partner "the mercury news" reports this is the eighth officer involved shooting of the year in san jose. this morning a woman is warning others after a terrible fall down a cliff. >> the rock just crumbled. >> take a look at this. a drone caught the tumble on camera yesterday. the santa cruz county sheriff's department released this video and said it's a miracle she wasn't seriously hurt. it happened on labor day on seven mile beach between davenport and santa cruz. abc 7 news reporter katie marzullo spoke to the woman in a story you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> reporter: a drone pilot didn't realize until later that day what he had captured on video. a woman falling down a cliff to the rocks below. here she is two weeks later, teaching tae kwon do in san jose. >> i'm realizing how lucky i am.
>> reporter: ruri kobayakawa was at the beach with friends when she decided to climb the cliff. >> when i realized i wanted to come back down, that's when everything went bad. i was climbing down, where my right hand was, the rock just crumbled. from there i knew i was like, okay, i can't do anything. i remember falling. >> reporter: she hit her head at least once on the way down. >> laying on the ground, i remember slowly moving and realizing how much pain i was in. a wave actually came and splashed me with salt water. >> reporter: if she had landed in the water, she probably would have died. the santa cruz county sheriff's office posted the video on its facebook page as a warning to beachgoers. >> a stark reminder of the dangers that are out there when you're in mother nature and you're in an area that just isn't, you know, developed for people to climb on. >> reporter: ruri suffered only bumps and bruises but she knows her fall traumatized her dad. >> instead of taking care of me for a week, he could have been spending a week planning a funeral. i love climbing, i love being
active. regardless of my own enjoyment, my own athleticism, it doesn't matter when you're on a rock that's just not stable enough. >> reporter: ruri is studying to be an emt and plans to become a firefighter. katie marzullo, abc 7 news. police arrested two people for stealing checks as well as credit and debit cards from an assisted living facility. officers took a 29-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man into custody. both are residents of richmond. they're accused of fraudulently cashing stolen checks and using the stolen cards. investigators say bryant wore a nursing uniform when she burglarized several rooms at the nursing home. after intense back and forth, california lawmakers took a big step towards becoming a sanctuary state. the assembly voted on a bill to limit police cooperation with federal immigration authorities. the legislation was the latest effort by democratic lawmakers to create barriers to president trump's campaign pledge to step
up deportation efforts. >> if we realized on our sheriffs and jailers to dictate how we create a just and fair society for our community, we would be still fighting for the silv civil rights act. >> california will try to undermine the immigration laws of the united states of america. >> the state senate approved the bill. it now goes to the governor's desk. he is expected to sign it. a federal judge also granted chicago's request for a national injunction against the trump administration's plans to who would money from so-called sanctuary cities. new details in a police sex scandal. the oakland police department has no plans to further discipline officers accused in the oakland police sex scandal. the report acknowledges the judge's conclusion that the discipline was inadequate. oakland police say no other
officers will face discipline. they will instead undergo further training. an important deadline has passed for san francisco property owners who have to make their apartment buildings more earthquake safe. paperwork for the mandatory retrofit was due yesterday. abc 7 news reporter lonni rivera took a look at the last minute applications being filed with the city. >> reporter: there is lots of busy work as the retrofit staff files applications by property owners rushing to avoid this kind of devastation that happened in 1998 during the loma prieta earthquake. >> we had six or seven buildings that pan caked. as a consequence of learning that, the building code changed. >> reporter: this deadline is for tier 3 properties like this one in lower pacific heights. it has three stories and multiple units. >> an earthquake is no joke. safeguarding life is the most important issue. >> reporter: contractor george
max's company is keeping bist busy. he says it will take eight to 12 weeks to retrofit this building. >> because of the hollow space, this area is what we call a true soft story. >> reporter: since wednesday, the department of building inspection has seen a mad dash of applicants. the number of remaining noncompliant properties was 600 by late afternoon on friday. >> i certainly think that people in san francisco are very aware that this is a very high risk. >> reporter: the department of building inspection has listed this building here in the mission district as being noncompliant. that means inspectors may likely place a violation notice on the property this week. the notice will inform the public that the building is in violation of earthquake safety codes. the property owners will have 30 days to respond. those who are not compliant can't sell or lease their property until they finish the work. once permits are filed, building owners have two years to complete the actual construction. in san francisco, lonni rivera,
abc 7 news. a federal appeals court upheld a state law banning the sale of foie gras made by force feeding ducks and geese. the judges said a state law preventing sales was not preempted by the federal government's authority to regulate poultry products. the ruling will not take effect until the appeals process ends and a mandate is issued, so restaurants can still serve it for now. the group people for the ethical treatment of animals celebrated. its president said the champagne corks are popping. celebrity chef eric greenspan said the ruling was crazy. he said, let's ban assault rifles before we ban foie gras if we want to talk about cruelty. abc 7's dan noyes has been covering this story since 2003. residents are warned to be careful after a mountain lion was seen thursday night lurking around a residential neighborhood, the second sighting in as many days.
a home surveillance camera recorded the incident on sycamore court. happening today, the bay bridge will briefly close this morning as crews implode the largest of the last remaining supports for the old span. that's what it sounded like the last time caltrans imploded two bridge piers a couple of weeks ago. no cars will be allowed on the bay bridge for 30 minutes during the blasting period, which is expected to start around 9:30 this morning. an exact time depends on weather conditions. the bay bridge bike path is closed. b.a.r.t. will stop trains from crossing the transbay tube at the time of the implosion. meteorologist frances dinglasan is here. you're tracking kind of a cooldown in the forecast. >> yeah, there is a cooldown but it doesn't start until monday of next week. for now, you can enjoy the pleasant weather in store for us. it will be in the low 70s in san francisco and oakland today. i'll have more coming up.
also ahead, chaos in st. louis. protesters take to the streets and cash with police after a judge aquits a former officer in a fatal shooting. and last month, san francisco police beefed up its presence for a planned right wing rally that never happened. coming up, the hefty bill the city was forced to pick up.
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we're taking a live look outside from the abc 7 exploratorium camera at pier 15. current temperature in san francisco is 58 degrees. frances dinglasan has the forecast in just a few minutes. a tense scene in st. louis overnight as protesters clashed with police. at least ten officers were injured and more than 30 protesters arrested. the violence follows a judge's verdict acquitting a former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man in 2011. abc news reporter elizabeth hur has the story. >> reporter: chaos in the streets of st. louis. >> hands off! don't shoot! >> reporter: at least ten officers injured and dozens arrested overnight. >> many of the demonstrators were peaceful. however, after dark, many agitators began to destroy property and assault police officers. >> reporter: protesters
gathering in the streets shortly after a former police officer, who is white, was acquitted for the fatal shooting of a black suspect, anthony smith. jason stockley was charged with first-degree murder after shooting smith five times following a high speed chase in 2011. stockley said he feared for his life, claiming he saw smith holding a gun. but prosecutors argued stockley planted that gun in smith's car. stockley telling the st. louis dispatch after the verdict that a burden has been lifted. >> hey hey, ho ho, these racist cops have got to go! >> reporter: but some have a different view. >> i believe black lives matter. but obviously our justice system does not believe that. like this is crazy, there was so much evidence. it's happened multiple times. people are fed up. >> reporter: for them, the case is a painful reminder of the fatal shooting of michael brown, the shooting of the unarmed black teenager sparking days of
unrest and violence in nearby ferguson when a st. louis grand jury decided not to indict officer darren wilson for brown's death. brown's father was among those protesting. >> i pray for my city, man. because my people tired of this. >> reporter: and smith's mother saying this after the verdict. >> i'm not going to stand here and say no justice, no peace. my soul is burning. my heart is broken. >> reporter: elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. one of hollywood's great character actors has died. harry dean stanton played dozens of well-known roles including a consult leader in "big love," an alcoholic father in "pretty in pink," and a surly crew member in "alien." actors and directors paid tribute to him on social media, saying he was as kind as he was talented.
harry dean stanton was 91 years old. last month's planned freedom rally that never happened at san francisco's chrissie field ended up costing the police departme t $775,000. most of the cost was overtime for officers. every available police officer was told to work. the sum does not include money spent by other agencies the sheriff's department. the warriors went to prison with some of the 4,000 prisoners incarcerated at the state prison. the general manager showed up and displayed the larry o'brien championship trophy. but it was team convicts that took yesterday's championship title. >> this right here helps tremendously. it puts the humanity back into it, you know. because a lot of people look at us as barbarians. >> we have much more from inside
the prison on abc7news.com. some other warriors were at oakland international airport helping to unload crates full of dogs and cats rescued from florida shelters. the miami heat loaded some 150 animals onto a fedex jet yesterday morning to make room for pets displaced by hurricane irma. many are bound for the peninsula and marin humane societies or no kill shelters from monterey to washington state. the warriors are tapping an iconic oakland image for their new jerseys. it features an oak tree and says "the town" across the front. abc 7 news reporter katie has more. >> reporter: full-time mvp, part-time model. kevin durant, seen on the left, debuts the jersey at a nike event in los angeles. >> i like it. i like the colors, like they put the black in it. that is a nice jersey. >> reporter: the iconic oak tree
logo and phrase "the town" a clear shoutout to the city of oakland, the current home of the team. >> they've done a great job taking over the team and building a championship team. they're going to sell a lot of these jerseys. >> reporter: versions of the logo can be found all over town from city signs to city letterhead. but according to oaklandnorth.net, even city leaders don't know where it originated. the oakland store oakland-ish has capitalized on the image. the warriors' roots, however, are not as firmly planted in oakland. in the fall of 2019, the organization plans to move into a new san francisco arena. >> obviously that is an oakland logo. so for them to leave the town, i guess they could be considered a tribute. >> reporter: some see it as salt in the wound, as the team skips town for the city. others point to the team's broad appeal. >> it's good and bad, yeah. but it's nice to still represent the bay area, it's still both.
>> reporter: a release date for fan purchase has not been announced. the warriors say it will be coming soon. katie udes, abc 7 news. strike up the band. they're getting ready for a parade in walnut creek. the twilight parade is tonight. they'll be marching from mt. diablo boulevard down 8th street to civic park. it's the kickoff for the annual walnut festival which starts next thursday and ends next sunday. walnut creek ford is a long time parade sponsor and are ready with their cool parade waves. >> not a lot of movement, just kind of smile a lot, very small hand features. >> yeah, i love seeing marching bands. >> and she'll get plenty of those marching bands tonight. the parade starts at 6:00 in downtown walnut creek. tickets for the festival are $10. good morning. i'm meteorologist frances
dinglasan. we'll have a pleasant evening and even afternoon. doppler 7 shows a more compressed layer of clouds. just along the coast right now, not even into the bay. it has spilled into parts of santa rosa where there are low clouds and fog. temperatures are mainly in the 50s for everyone. 52 in novato. 57, san francisco. 58 degrees cooler in gilroy at 50. los gatos and brentwood already 60 degrees. there's a pretty view looking down towards san francisco. the lights on the bay bridge. so the warming trend continues today. it will be a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. but still nice and pleasant, near average temperatures this weekend, slightly below that. then get ready for a blustery and cooler monday as a dry cold front moves through. for today, here is how it plays out with our cloud animation. just some patchy low clouds along the peninsula coast later on this morning. then we'll see some high clouds, thin high clouds passing through
the afternoon. then a clear night overnight which will allow for temperatures to cool overnight. but for today, you can enjoy the really pleasant summer-like weather we have in san francisco 71 degrees. oakland 73. san jose 81 degrees. our warmest inland locations will be antioch at 86 and up towards ukiah, 87. lakeport, 86. in parts of the north bay, low 80s to upper 70s. 78 in napa today. also it is coastal cleanup day, so as the event kicks off, temperatures will be in the low 60s, you'll want a light jacket. there will be a breeze, 10 to 20 miles per hour. partly cloudy conditions but temperatures mainly in the upper 60s, even 74 degrees in cruz, a great day to head to the bay or the coast. lots of events going on. if you're heading to the sonoma raceway, there's where you won't need a light jacket. temperatures will be warm, upper 70s today, then even bright and sunny tomorrow with a high of 76
degrees for sunday afternoon. and of course tonight is the light the night walk in napa in oxbow commons. temperatures will be in the mid-70s. and then it will be cooling down to the mid-60s. sunset at 7:15 with some clear skies. so you might want to have a jacket ready if you're staying later. also the giants game is at 6:05 tonight. temperatures will be in the low 60s for the most part. breezy and then a cool, clear evening. and for the cal game tonight as well, temperatures in the mid-60s at 7:30, then climbing down to the upper 50s. now, overnight lows will be a little bit cooler compared to this morning. so we'll see more upper 40s in santa rosa, napa. not too many clouds, and that allows for racidiational coolin. san jose will be 58 degrees when you wake up tomorrow morning. here's the accuweather seven-day
forecast. so the warming continues today. inland areas by hitting 86 degrees in some of the warmest areas. and then the bay, around the bay, it will be in the mid- to upper 70s. still the 60s at the coast. mild weather continues tomorrow and then gusty and cooler. monday we start to bounce back through the middle of the week. then fall begins on friday. >> so fitting for the final week of summer. >> yes, and it's going to be nice and dry and not as muggy as last week. i think people will be much more comfortable. >> definitely, we'll take it. frances, thank you. ahead, a dog in danger and a hairy rescue from a california cliff side.
here's what's coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." coming up, london's terror threat is at its highest possible level as police make an arrest in connection with the attack. isis is claiming responsibility, saying more bombs are out there. we'll have the latest out of london. protesters and police clashing overnight in st. louis after an officer was acquitted in the shooting death of a black man in 2011. and getting your kids ready to go to school on school mornings can be a struggle for both parent and child. we have some tips on easing the stress of getting your kids up and out the door, all coming up on gma this saturday. hope to see you soon. dramatic video of a mountain
rescue in the angeles national forest. a 9-month-old husky was pulled from the side of a steep cliff as it started to crumble. the dog, named maya, was hiking with her owner when she lunged at something and fell halfway down the 100-foot drop. rescuers said maya was barely hanging on when they got to her. but all are safe, unhurt, and back on solid ground. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," former presidential candidate bernie sanders is coming to the bay area next week. why he'll be at city college. plus a first in how a locat is trying to ease the housing crunch. s
♪ good goes around and around and around hey! ♪ ♪ good goes around good goes around and around and around. hey! ♪ . good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc 7 mornings." >> thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. meteorologist frances dinglasan is tracking conditions where you live. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. a beautiful saturday. starting off with low clouds in doppler 7's satellite image. it's off the coast, spilling into santa rosa where there's fog right now but sunshine this afternoon. in the next few hours, mid- to upper 50s with low clouds. by lunchtime we'll start to see high thin clouds passing through the bay area. but it will be a warmer afternoon.
inland numbers reaching the mid- to upper 80s in a few spots at 86 degrees. around the bay, 78 degrees. at the coast, temperatures mainly in the mid-60s to upper 60s. sun sets at 7:15. we'll have a clear and beautiful night ahead. and an even nicer day, or rather, a nice day again tomorrow, but some cooling is on the way, chris. >> frances, thank you. this morning, british police have arrested an 18-year-old man in connection with the london subway attack. the attack came after a bomb exploded during rush hour on a crowded subway car. 29 people were injured. isis has claimed responsibility. and they say there are other devices hidden on the trains. abc news reporter ian panel has more. [ sirens ] >> reporter: in london, from every direction, first responders swarming to the scene of the rush hour attack. an all-out manhunt for those who planted the bomb on the packed subway car. the homemade explosive detonated
at 8:20 a.m., ruthlessly targeting passengers going to work, children to school. >> within three seconds of putting a bag down, the doors closing, i heard a loud explosion occur. >> i turned to the left and saw the fire surge to my side. >> reporter: then panic as people desperately tried to escape. >> a woman beneath me said, "i'm pregnant." there was layers and layers of people screaming. >> people were getting crushed, people were trampling each other, every man for themselves. >> reporter: on the platform, chaos, confusion. but towards the back of the train, hushed passengers move out single file across the tracks as emergency responders tend to the injured. >> i saw one woman being wheeled out on a stretcher. her legs were quite badly burned, rapid in plastic. her hair was charred.
>> reporter: police say the bomb didn't fully detonate, otherwise many would have died. as it is, 30 are injured. >> we're treating the matter as a terror-related incident. >> reporter: terror struck the heart of a middle class neighborhood. >> there was an attack where i live. that really devastated me and it makes us feel threatened of where we live. >> reporter: ian panel, abc news, london. >> b.a.r.t. reacted quickly to the attack yesterday, pulling officers from other assignments to focus on patrol in its core stations in oakland and san francisco. b.a.r.t. also deployed k-9 units to sniff for explosive devices. >> i have no problem with seeing officers, trying to keep people safe. >> that's a good thing but should be on an ongoing basis, not just after something happens. >> keeping an eye out is a good idea. >> police want riders to give them a call if they see anything suspicious. there is also increased security
in new york and los angeles. new this morning, state lawmakers have passed a bill to move primary elections from june to march, starting in 2020. the legislation applies to all primary elections for state, congressional, and presidential offices. "the l.a. times" reports primary election day would be the first tuesday in march. the bill's author says moving up the election would force presidential candidates to address california's issues early in the race. governor jerry brown has until october 15th to sign the bill into law. senator bernie sanders is coming to san francisco to support free college tuition. he'll be the guest of honor at city college of san francisco's ocean campus next friday. the community college is the first in the country to offer residents credit courses for free. ccsf officials say enrollment is up 18% this year. sanders endorsed the free tuition program before the last presidential election.
time now, 6:33. the united states is celebrating a big milestone this weekend. tomorrow marks 230 years since the signing of the constitution. 55 delegates at the grand convention in philadelphia crafted the supreme law of the land back in 1787. in his weekly address, president trump asked americans to pledge allegiance to the flag. >> on this sunday, constitution day, let us recommit ourselves to our founding principles and re dedicadedicate ourselves to glorious heritage. >> the original copy of the constitution is on display at the national archives in washington, d.c. local chef alice waters will pick up a new honor this weekend. she'll be inducted into the women's hall of fame. the owner of famous chez panisse restaurant in berkeley will be honored at the site of the first women's convention.
they're celebrating the 100th everyone of women in new york securing the right to vote. work has finally begun on a long awaited project in fremont. this morning, volunteers with habitat for humanity are finishing up what would normally be several weeks' worth of construction in just two days. >> reporter: off central avenue in fremont, a new community is starting to take shape. >> it's not enough to thank everyone for what they're doing. >> reporter: this is the future home of a former dentist who fled the war-torn country of yemen six years ago in search of the american dream. he's hammering away as part of habitat for humanity east bay silicon valley's annual build-a-thon, a two-day event that's already drawn more than 150 volunteers, all working together to begin the building process. >> to be able to step up in this society, in this world, and make
a better place for themselves and their families. that's what i come out here and try to help accomplish every day i come out. >> reporter: phase i should be completed by this time next year. it's the first high density project in habitat history. all the units will be energy-efficient. as part of the habitat model, eventually owned by dozens of low income families. >> they help to build their homes and they build the homes of their neighbors. that also helps to build a community of people who are going to live here. >> i think this job is 10% skill and 90% perspiration. >> i like building things and i like construction. that's why you find me on the job site. >> reporter: and for the new homeowner, a chance to put in sweat equity among those who want to see him and his family succeed. >> great people who are here to support you and standing with you to reach your goals and to meet your needs and to reach your dreams, it means a lot.
>> the central commons project was approved by the fremont city council back in 2014. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," a one of a kind museum that includes a pool of sprinkles and a cave of pop rocks. a sneak peek inside san francisco's newest and most delicious museum. but first, a live look outside. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ wow! nice outfit. when i grow up, i'm going to mars. we're working on that.
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good morning, everyone. time right now is approaching 6:40 on this saturday morning. we're taking a live shot from our sutro tower camera. this is so awesome, beautiful shot. temperatures in san francisco currently in the upper 50s. and we're just about 13 minutes away from sunrise here in the city. frances will break down the full forecast for us when she returns with the full accuweather. happening today, it's the grand opening for a public park in the santa cruz mountains, transformed from a former military base. it offers stunning views of the san francisco bay, silicon valley and monterey bay. it opens to the public next monday. today park officials are hosting a reservation-only opening event. the owner spent $23 million to renovate the summit. visiting the park is free. today is the day to splurge on guacamole because it is national guacamole day.
researchers surveyed 1,000 americans and found most people are fans of the avocado-based dip. 38% of those surveyed said they're willing to spend the extra money on guac. myself included. here are the top five favorite brands. whole foods ranked number one, followed by wholy guacamole, trader joe's, sabra, and archer farms. also happening today, facebook is hosting a bacon, blues, and brews festival, part of the effort to give back to the community. this is video from a previous fair. today there will be a battle of the bacon with facebook culinary teams, blues music and a beer garden. proceeds from the beer garden will go to the redwood city police activities league. there will be a kids zone with arts and crafts and live cooking demos with more than 20 food trucks. the festival runs from noon until 5:00 tonight. meteorologist frances dinglasan is tracking the
forecast. not too hot, not too cold. >> yes, it will be perfect on the upper peninsula, with high clouds passing through. a beautiful shot from the east bay hills looking towards mt. diablo. not that many clouds. we'll be warming up more this afternoon. also next, a dominating performance on the hill puts the performance on the hill puts the a's on top of the for years, men have enjoyed their man caves without guilt. now, it's mama's turn. welcome to my she shed. i've got my favorite outfit on. my literature. my armando! and these are my treats! i'm just gonna have one if that's okay. of course it's okay. this is my world. fiber one 90 calorie brownies. allll mine.
without pg&e's assistance, without their training our collaboration with pg&e is centered around public safety. we could not do our mission to keep our community safe. anytime we are responding to a structure fire, one of the first calls you make is for pg&e for gas and electric safety. it's my job to make sure that they have the training that they need to make the scene safe for themselves and for the public. it's hands-on training actually turning valves, turning systems off, looking at different wire systems all that training is crucial to keeping our community safe and our firefighters safe. together, we're building a better california. good morning, everyone. time right now is 6:44. we are taking a live look right
now from our santa cruz camera. frances dinglasan says it's going to be a pleasant day down there with temperatures in the mid-70s. she'll break down the full accuweather forecast for us and let us know what to expect also for local bay area temperatures, coming up. in sports, all three bay area schools are playing nonconference games tonight. san jose state is in salt lake city to take on utah at 7:00. number 19 stanford faces san diego state, kickoff at 7:30. cal hosts ole miss at memorial system. you can watch on our sister network, espn, at 7:30. the a's are looking for their second straight win. last night oakland got a dominant performance from one of their young pitchers. here is anthony flores with the highlights in this morning's sports handoff >> good morning, everybody. daniel megdan put an end to an a's streak that lasted 186 straight games without a complete game shutout. the a's in the city of brotherly
love to take on the phillies. we'll pick it up with the top of the figure inning. matt olson hits the powerball. check this out, almost makes it to the upper deck. it's a two-run shot. and just like that, oakland takes a 2-0 lead. more fireworks for the a's in the second. this time matt joyce rockets one out of the yard. another two-run homer. oakland with a 4-0 lead. that was more than enough for megdan, he struck out seven. while scattering just two hits in a complete game shutout. the a's blanked the phillys 4-0, the a's first complete shutout since august of 2016. thor was at at&t park for superhero night. between giants and diamondbacks. joe, come on down, 1-0 g-men. pence with a chopper to first, he beats ray to the bag. d-backs pitcher drops it, 2-1 giants.
top seven, a.j. pollard with a double down the line. struck out seven. but the diamondbacks win the game 3-2. indians looking for their 23rd consecutive win hosting the royals. sixth inning, lorenzo kane with a business hit up the middle. that breaks a 3-3 tie. kc leads it three. mike miner strikes out francisco. game over, streak over. indians win streak snapped at 22 victories. royals take the game, your final 4-3. on friday, the raiders took care of the guy who takes care of derrick carr's blindside. donald penn signed a two-year contract extension through 2019 season. the deal is worth 21 million bucks according to espn. the veteran started all 16 games at left tackle last season. he only gave up one sack as part of an offensive line that was
considered the best in football. he held out in training camp but now no longer has to focus on the business side of the game. >> i can just enjoy my teammates, enjoy everything, enjoy the process, and just focus on football. because there was a lot of doubt. i didn't want to go -- i didn't want to hit free agency again. that was one thing i tried to make sure. you guys know how much i love you guys, show me how you love me back so we can get it done and i can retire a raider. >> raiders will take on jets on sunday ted coliseum. have a great weekend, everyone. good morning, i'm frances dinglasan. live doppler 7 satellite image shows minimal cloud cover along parts of the north bay coast and peninsula. some fog in santa rosa has moved in. notice other areas are clear. check out this pretty shot of
the bay bridge. sunrise happening in just a few minutes, 6:53. temperatures right now mainly in the 50s, although there are a few cool spots out there. san francisco 57. oakland, 55. gilroy has dropped to 48 degrees. so it is cooler in some of the valleys. this time we're looking for a mt. tam. notice clear skies, santa rosa 53, napa 47, novato 50. fairfield, concord, livermore in the mid- to upper 50s right now. it's going to be a little bit drier and cooler as you head out the door. you'll notice that this morning. it's a great to head out shortly if you can. and the warming continues today. we have another beautiful pleasant day for us near average temperatures this weekend. it feels like summer but not too muggy. get ready for a blustery and cooler monday as a dry cold front moves through. our cloud animation forecast shows minimal cloud cover. by later on this morning, next few hours, we'll see clouds on the peninsula coast. this afternoon we'll see thin, high clouds just passing through
from the north to the south. that's about it. we'll have a very clear evening as well. so it's going to be a nice day overall with many temperatures quite comfortable in the south bay. san jose will have a high of 81 degrees today. look for 80 in cupertino. 74 in santa cruz. on the lower part of the peninsula, upper 70s. menlo park, 78. at the beach, for coastal cleanup day today, 67 in pacifica. downtown san francisco, 71 degrees, still a little bit breezy at the coast, about 10 to 20 miles per hour. that will pick up this afternoon. lots of 70s and 80s. comfortable in the north bay. novato, 83. clov cloverdale, 84. upper 70s through sonoma and napa this afternoon. east bay, t-shirt and shorts weather. we'll see some high clouds and mostly sunny conditions throughout the rest of the day. 72 in berkeley, hercules 75.
union city, 78 degrees. inland areas will warm up into the mid-80s. and some of the warmest locations will be 86, fairfield, antioch, and brentwood. walnut creek will be mild at 83 degrees. overnight lows will be mainly in the 50s. tomorrow morning when you wake up again, temperatures will be near 56 degrees in san francisco and oakland. santa rosa and napa will see a few 40s. tomorrow, sunny for the raiders game. temperatures in the upper 60s and the game starts at 1:00, warming up to the low 70s. sunscreen and sunglasses for that game tomorrow. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. enjoy the warm weather. today it's the last summer weekend officially. temperatures will be in the mid-80s inland. mid- to upper 70s around the bay. mid- to upper 60s at the coast. then notice temperatures will
drop on monday. gusty and cooler as well. but then as we continue, they slowly rebound, although we'll be slightly below average, and then fall starts on friday. we will be dry and mainly cool. >> loving it. all right, frances, thank you. one of the year's most anticipated exhibits is finally here in san francisco. the museum of ice cream opens to the public tomorrow. and its stay has already been extended until february. abc 7 news reporter lyanne melendez was the lucky one to get a preview. >> welcom to the museum of ice cream san francisco. come on in! >> reporter: if music is good for the soul, ice cream is therapy for the heart. the museum is really about the art of being happy. and each exhibit transports us to a time and place in our childhood. >> adults come in here and feel like kids. we've all done our job right. i think there's not many places out there able to do that. >> reporter: she's the 25-year-old behind the museum of
ice cream, which popped up in new york and los angeles before coming to san francisco. there's the cherry on top room where you think you've died and gone to heaven. and the gummy garden, where botanists are working hard to keep it sweet. of course you'll find trivia here. how many licks does it take to finish a single scoop? about 50. i could do it in 25. which state produces the most ice cream in america? california. what are sprinkles made of? artificial coloring? not here. it's plastic. >> over 100 million sprinkles are in this pool. >> and germ free. >> made of antimicrobial germ block. >> reporter: the exhibit opens this sunday, through february 13th. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. next, coming together to
the leukemia and limb foam in a society is trying to raise $150,000 at the light the night walk. abc 7 is a sponsor of the annual event. this is video from last year's walk at at&t park. donations help pay for cancer treatments. tonight's walk begins at 5:00 at oxbow commons. >> a great night for them, temperatures will start off in the mid-70s. clear skies this evening. check out this beautiful shot. we're looking across the bay towards the sunrise. temperatures right now mainly in the 50s. there are a few 40s out there like gilroy at 48. but san francisco is currently at 57 degrees. highs today will be a little bit warmer compared to yesterday with some thin, high clouds passing through. san francisco at 71 this afternoon. oakland 73. and really nice in san jose at 81 degrees. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. so the warming trend continues into today. tomorrow will be another mild summer day. gusty and cooler, temperatures will be coming down on monday. and then the first day of fall
on friday. >> i was going to say, the forecast for the weekend not a bad way to close out summer. >> in fact anything you want to do outdoors today will be so nice and mild out there. >> get out and get it done. frances, thank you. thanks to you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." for frances dinglasan and the rest of our abc 7 news team, i'm chris nguyen. the news continues online, on twitter, facebook and instagram. "good morning america" is next. ♪ ♪ hi! leaving a career to follow a calling takes courage. a personalized financial strategy can give you confidence to take the next step. hi guys! aw yeah! see how access to j.p. morgan investment expertise can help you.
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