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now from abc7, live breaking news. >> i've got two children, one 3 and one 1 down on the ground. they're both. >> that breaking news is in vallejo tonight where first responders rushed to save two children hit by a car and the driver left the scene near the gateway plaza shopping center. tonight's accident lapped at turner parkway. helicopters flew both victims to a pediatric trauma center. police are hunting for the driver who hurt them. i'm dion him. >> now with the abc7 news ap and enable push alerts for the latest on the search for the hit and run driver and the condition of the two children. >> parents and students from a burned down neighborhood in santa rosa got together tonight for a special dinner at an elementary school.
leslie brinkley was there to talk to the community about the spirit arising from the ashes. >> reporter: happiness, real happiness, radiated from hidden valley elementary school in santa rosa after weeks of facing flames and smoke and gray ash. >> what i can say is that i'm much better than i was a week ago. and there's no question in my mind that it's because of my friends and the love of this community. >> reporter: school board members lost everything, so did teachers, so did students. this was a chance to share a meal. to share stories. >> i'm not that stressed anymore that the fire is going to get to me because they took a lot of it out. but it got pretty close to my house. >> it's nice to be back at school and i think it will be good when school starts up again because it's normalcy. >> teachers come back on school on wednesday to formulate a re-entry plan. students come back on friday but they'll be welcoming 80 new students here from the school
just down the street that burned down. this was hidden valley satellite school. it's a total loss. the kindergartners and first and second graders from here got clothes and backpacks and toys. >> they've been pushed into this adult world. 146 students have lost their homes. for them, this is a time where they get to be kids again, and it's really fun to watch them all hug each other and go to the teachers and hug each other. >> reporter: the healing is just beginning. >> this is my neighborhood. this is my neighborhood. and it always will be. we intend to move back here and intend to rebuild and re-establish what we can. because that's our home. >> reporter: at hidden valley elementary school, i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. several schools that closed during the north bay wildfires plan to resume classes tomorrow including all schools in the
napa valley unified school district, santa rosa junior college and napa valley college. they will offer counseling to students and staff ached by the fiers. for a complete list of reopening dates head to abc news 7 come. we'll have more on the fiers in a few statements. >> opening statements begin tomorrow in a trial expected to get national attention. kate steinle was shot and killed on pier 14 more than two years ago. an undocumented immigrant fired the weapon but his immigration status is off limit in the court. lilian kim joins cuss now live at the hall of justice tonight. >> reporter: opening statements begin at 10:00 a.m. the hot button issue of immigration is something everyone has been told to avoid. it's been more than two years since 32-year-old kate steinle was shot to death while walking with her father along pier 14. her accused kill ker jose zarate is on trial for second degree
murder. his criminal and deportation history as well as san francisco's sanctuary city sparked anger across the country and on the campaign trail. >> my opponent wants sanctuary cities. but where was the sanctuary for indicate steinle? >> reporter: but the jury has been told to ignore the politics surrounding this case. the six men and six women were chosen among 1,000. jeanne yuen was in that jury pool. >> they did talk about not wanting that to color people's thoughts during the case. that that was not what this case was deciding. >> reporter: instead the focus will be on the shooting itself, whether it was accidental as garza rather claims or whether the gun was fired intentionally. legal analyst michael cardoza says it will be a couple of the experts. >> i've tried probably over 30
murder trials and i know whichever expert the jury likes better and the expert that they like is the expert they're going to believe. that's going to drive this trial. >> reporter: the trial is expected to conclude in early december. lilian kim, abc7 news. >> lilian, thank you. abc7 news reporter lyanne melendez will be covering the trial tomorrow when opening statements start at 10 a.m. you can follow her on twit ir @lyanne melendez for breaking updates. >> today, people living in glen ellen and kenwood could return home for the first time. evacuation orders were lift nifd marquist springs and ridley roads. there's still a curfew in those areas. dozens of roads were closed. crews expect to have the containment of the four fires complete by wednesday. as evacuees return hope, many them everything they own is gone. an organization is helping replace everyday items in a
special way. news reporter elissa harrington has the story. >> robert hernandez escaped the nuns fire with only the clothes on his back and not allowed to re-enter his neighborhood. sunday he came to the river park shopping from in napa for help. >> he's here for assistance with clothes. he left without taking anything, just what he has on. >> reporter: a donation center just open called community napa strong. all items are free for fire victims and evacuees. next door a processing center where volunteers sort through more than 20,000 pounds of donated items. >> when things started to close down at the shelters and the churches and other places, native sons of the golden west became this clearing house for all of these items. they got them here and now we're processing them. >> reporter: organizers wanted the center to resemble a boutique store and feel welcoming.
>> imagine your house burning to the grounds. the last thing you want to do is dig through clothes. >> reporter: brian tapper designed the inside. he and other volunteers built shelves, pained the walls and built dressing rooms. there's new and used clothes, even including halloween costumes including this firefighter jackets. >> we did this in five days. >> reporter: christopher brought his rolling library. christopher started this after the valley fire in 2015 and he rolls it through evacuation centers and events. >> you can take as many books as you like. i have so many. i want to keep the love of reading with everyone. >> reporter: community napa strong will stay open through the end of november. elissa harrington, abc7 news. in the santa cruz mountains the bear fire is now 79% contained. that fire burned nearly 400 acres. it destroyed four structures and injured nine people since it started last monday.
you can find the latest fire containment information on all the fires and how you can help victims by heading to abc7news.com. a manhunt is under way for two suspects banted for a shooting in pacific heights. police initially responded to reports of an uber driver shot during an attempted robbery last night at laguna and clay street across from lafayette park. officers would not confirm the driver was an uber driver but there is an uber sticker on the back of his car. there's an active certainly for passenger involved in an hour long high speed chase through three counties today. abc7 news was in san leandro where the chase ended at a gas station about 10:00 this morning. it started in vallejo where police tried to stop a stolen car. he rapped a police car and his passenger jumped out and ran away. he led officers on a 110-mile-an-hour chase going the
wrong way. no one was hurt. much more ahead on abc7 news at 18:00. honoring a 49ers legend. >> it's a tribute to dwight and it's a tribute to the way they feel about him. fans and players come together to help dwight clark as he deals with his toughest opponent yet. >> also, a major california health alert. vegetables that could potentially have listeria. what you need to be on the lookout for. >> i'm spencer christian. there's hot weather coming our way. fire danger will increase. i'll have the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. >> the dangerous record-breaking ascent by two climbers
past and present today in honoring one of the team's great legends, dwight clark at levi's stadium. a two-time super bowl champion clark is now facing lou gehrig's disease. >> sad to see but we're all here to support him and do whatever we can to help him. >> reporter: joe montana summed up the love, respect and affection for dwight clark. teammates who considered themselves brothers off the field, montana and clark are forever linked by this moment, the catch. other members of the 49ers first super bowl championship team a few steps slower than they were in 1981, took the field at levi's stadium. all wore clark's number, 87. weakened by the ekes of als, clark spoke from a luxury suite high above the field. >> as you know i'm going through a little thing right now and i
need your prayers and thoughts. >> reporter: sports anchor dwight shuman played with mike clark and extreme the video live. >> honoring dwight. he's talking to famous amos lawrence. bobby leopold. >> eddie dee bartolo bond with many of his players especially clark. >> having all these guys back here guys i haven't seen in 30 years is unbelievable and a tribute to dwight and the way they feel about him. >> reporter: montana sharing that the catch provided just a snapshot of number 87's value as a team mate. >> he was a great receiver and probably an unung hero in a lot of ways. going to do whatever it took to help the team win. >> our own teammate mike shumann said it was a great reunion of champions and friends but a
bittersweet reflection how our health and our lives are precious. >> so well said. check your fridge tonight. we have a warning about a massive vegetable recall. they all came from mann packing in salinas. all over lis tier yar is the fear. safeway signature farms broccoli florets and several other signature farms products. walmart brand florets and trader joe's cole rabbi salad brand. best if used by october 11th to october 20th. there have been no reports of illnesses but we have a full list at our website abc news.com. the tradition of poet jack care row whack is alive and well in the bay area. >> grew unstoppable, tall and thin. >> reporter: abc7 news was at the beat museum in san francisco's north beach neighborhood for the 10th annual beat museum poetry festival. local, national and international published poets read their writings throughout
the day. >> poetry about the fires, about puerto rico, about what's going on in all of our lives here today. these people are committed, you know, and they're awake in the world and following current events. >> reporter: the festival started in 2008 to celebrate and keep the spirit of san francisco's beat movement alive. remembering and honoring the dead came alive in art and song today. ♪ >> abc 67 news was at the oakland museum of california where a special ceremony celebrated the museum's 23rd annual days of the dead. this year's happy to reflects on butterflies. >> it's a universal symbol of the soul and in particular the monarch is a really important symbol of returning souls. >> the exhibit also pays tribute to the people who died in last year's ghost ship warehouse fire in oakland. it runs through january 14th.
two hours and 19 minutes doesn't sound fast unless talking about climbing el capitan. that's the record just set by the two climbers. bob albright and jim reynolds scaled the nose route on saturday. the climb takes most people about three days. a friend snapped pictures as they neared the top. the previous record holder texted go bright to congratulate him for the new speed record. >> good thing they didn't sneeze on the wait up there. >> he's the king of that. >> checking with spencer. >> i have a nose for news. some really hot weather is coming our way. maybe record setting. we'll have high temperatures inland over the next few days in the low to mid-90s. exceedingly dry conditions and that means increasing fire danger. so let me give you a look at current conditions while it's still cool out there. clear skies over the area right
now. as we look outside live, you can see the view looking out over san francisco. 65 here in san francisco. 56 across the bay and oakland low siches at mountain view, san jose 56 and gilroy 55. half moon bay, check out this view looking westward over the bay. 64 north in santa rosa. novato 55. 60 at concord and livermore at 58. no, 5 at livermore. it was 6 at concord. this is a live view from the explore toreup camera at pier 15 in san francisco looking at the city's skyline. we'll see near record heat over the next few days. sunny and warm at the beaches and gradual cooling near the end of the week. under clear skies, it will be comfortably cool with low temperatures in the low to mid activities. north bay valleys it might drop into the upper 40s. tomorrow in the south bay, highs
in the mid to upper 80s. 86. 85 at palo alto. mid to upper 70s along the coastline tomorrow. we'll see a high of 81 in downtown san francisco. 88 at sonoma. east bay, mid 80s everywhere tomorrow. in the inland east bay upper 80s to around 90 degrees, maybe low 90s farther east out to brentwood. looking ahead to tuesday, record highs are certainly possible as inland highs reach into the low to mid-90s around the area. on wednesday, the heat will taper off a little bit to upper 80s to around 90 in the inland areas. here's a look at the projected high temperatures. santa rosa, the average high temperature this time of year is 75 degrees. tomorrow 91, tuesday, 94. yourer 80s on wednesday and thursday. finally as we get to the end of the week, we'll see temperatures sort leveling off into the more seasonal range.
here's the seven-day forecast. three days of rather extreme heat for this time of year coming our way. finally temperatures start to gradually taper off thursday and friday. we'll settle into not quite seasonal. it will soon be above average but it won't be so hot as it will be tomorrow and tuesday and wednesday. >> spencer's nose knows. >> i like it. >> i'm working on it. >> no, no. >> the entire team. >> next at 11:00, the mystery of a masterpiece long thought gone. tonight officials think it's in
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interracial marriage. other 15 have been recovered but this is the only one still missing today. when the los angeles county museum of art acquired another lost painting in the set two years ago, the owner of espanola sent an anonymous letter with snapshots claiming the painting is located somewhere within two miles of the museum. so far no luck on finding that mystery owner. >> we know where she was today. celebrating dwight clark. >>. >> don't point at me. >> we'll honor dion's new arrival at the station. in a rematch of last season's super bowl, the falcons tried to get revenge on the patriots and at levi's stadium, the
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now sports from abc7 news. despite losing their first six games this season, the 49ers and fans could take comfort in five of the defeats were by three points or less. today's loss to dallas showed how much work needed to be done. trent taylor fumbles a punt return leading to an elliott touchdown. he would get his second later in the first quarter. 14-0. heiot is facing a possible six-game suspension but the ruling is under appeal. dak prescott had a big game. jason whiten makes it 20-3. the niners were threatening right before the half but c.j. beat hard was sacked five times and lost a pair of fumbles. the screen pass to elliott, he will find room down the sideline
and takes it all the way 72 yards. he scored three times and accounted for more than 200 yards of offense. press sought threw for three touchdowns. this one goes to dez bryant. the cowboys win 40-10 as the niners fall to-7. >> disappointing. i think all three phases players and coaches we've got play better than that. a lot better to give ourself a chance to win. >> it's hard to win in this league, man. nothing is guaranteed. health is not guaranteed. nothing's guaranteed, man. >> we've got to take a look at ourselves each and every one of us try to get better. come tomorrow we've got to move forward. >> we got chupwooped today. we're 0-7. the fight this team has, i think we're going to continue to fight and go back to work next week
just like we do pre other week. >> last season as atlanta's offensive coordinator kyle shanahan saw the falcons blow a 25-point lead to new england in the super bowl. tonight they tried to get a revenge. tonight the falcons certainly played they were in the fog. tom brady drops it off for brandon cooks. 11 yards for a touchdown. late in the first half, brady looks one way and throws another hitting james white for a score. he threw for 249 yards and two touchdowns as new england wins 23-7. somewhere in the fog is a very disappointed falcons team. >> later on in the show, a hide and seek touchdown celebration in pittsburg. >> somebody needs to tell tom brady he's 40 years old and shouldn't be doing that anymore. >> he wants to play another five years and he probably will. >> he can do anything. >> it's a 49ers town.
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hospital. >> opening statements in the kate stein lie murder trial start tomorrow morning. she was shot and killed while walking with her father on pier 14 in san francisco two years ago. undocumented immigrant jose ines zarate is charged with second degree murder. jurors have been instrungted to ignore his criminal and deportation history in that trial. >> in santa rosa, students parents and teachers from hidden valley elementary school came together to share a meal and stories of loss. classes resume on friday with 80 students from another school that burned down. a tampa bay neighborhood is in fear this evening. two men and one woman have died. neighbors holding a vigil for the latest victim. richard cantu has the story. >> reporter: they walk through the a dark neighborhood in spite
of the danger. residents, neighborhood and relatives of vips marching through the seminole heights district of tampa where three people were gunned down within two weeks and ten blocks of each sorry. >> this is devastating and sads. >> reporter: police escorting marchers to the place where a man was shot after he got off on the wrong bus stop. >> it was right here. they kill him just for nothing. he was nothing. >> reporter: they mourned and prayed. >> on earth as it is in heaven. >> reporter: the first shots rang out october 9th claiming the life of benjamin mitchell. four days later, monica's body was found down the street. >> no one should have to go through this. >> reporter: police are still searching for the killer and a motive. the only lead this grainy video of a person wearing a hood walking along a neighborhood street. police calling him someone they
would like to speak with. >> we're going to find this person. >> reporter: and warning residents to not walk alone. richard cantu, abc news, new york. construction crews expect to meet a deadline set by state to fix the oroville dam. this video shows crews rushing to finish repairing the emergency spillway by november 1st. that's in just ten days. record rain caused that spillway to erode and nearly fail last web, forcing nearly 200,000 people to evacuate. the goal is get it repaired before the rainy season. >> it was an emergency. we had to start construction so we could meet the november 1st milestone. >> this is the first phase of a larger plan to restore the dam and its spill way to its original condition. that original cost estimate for the project, $275 million. but now, the ballpark is around $500 million. >> president trump believes he
has enough votes on capitol hill to pass his tax reform plan. he boasts americans will see the biggest income tax cuts ever. he described his plan during an exclusive interview with foch news. >> i think there's tremendous appetite and spirit for it. not only by the people we're dealing with in congress but for the people out there that want to see something, $5,000 almost, it can be $5,000 average er individual per group. >> some critics believe the cuts could drive up america's debt by $1.5 trillion over the next ten years. the president plans to try again at reforming the affordable care act once his tax cuts are passed. >> several lawmakers wan the military stror more clarity about the u.s. military current role in africa following yesterday's funeral for la david johnson in florida. sergeant johnson and three other soldiers died after being attacked by militants linked to
simpb. jem depended to know more about the mission when he met with james mattis. one of mccain's allies spoke out today. >> to make sure we can answer the question why were we there. if somebody gets killed there, we won't find out about it in the paper. >> sergeant johnson's widow will appear on "good morning america" tomorrow at 7:00 on abc7. the johnson's congresswoman has been locked in a war of wordsed with president trump. >> next tonight, the jfk files revealed after decades of secrecy and countless conspiracy theories, thousands of classified documents are about to be made public. will it answer any long-standing questions? kenneth moton is in dallas. >> reporter: tonight the mother of all con piracy theorys it reignited. >> president kennedy has been shot in dallas texas. >> reporter: with prump tweeting i will be allowing as president long blocks and classified jfk
files to be open.ed. the release of documents set into motion by congress in 1992. many of the documents are from the cia and fbi and may reveal more about the shooting and the killer. >> the lack of evidence never stopped the theories. >> reporter: the most recent poll finds 63% of americans believe others were involved. despite the film and even the warren commission. the commission saying oswald fired from his perch at the book repository. the question, was there a second gunman. texas nightclub owner jack ruby's shocking murder of oswald on live tv. questions about the role of the russians, cubans, the mafia, even the cia. >> we will find out is possibly what the fbi and the cia knew about oswalt and didn't disclose to the warren commission, the
original investigating body, never told the public over the years. >> reporter: joseph kennedy tonight saying he was looking for more than just a tweet from the president into it would have been nice if there was some communication between the president and members of our family. >> a sculpture worth at least $4 million has been hiding in plain sight for decades. this marble bust of napoleon was tucked away in a corner of a city at the office building for 85 years. in the 1930s, ething dodge donated works of art tore fill the office building in memory of her son. workers also thought it was the work of august row din. they didn't have actual proof till a curator started digging further. >> they said if you want to take a look, you're welcome to see if there's something worth researching. > mallory looked at this bust and she was feeling along the base trying to figure out what the provenance of marble bust
was. her fingers ran across something chiselled. >> that something chiselled was row din's signature. an expert from paris authenticated it. the bust is now on public viewing and will be loaned to the philadelphia museum of art for the 100th anniversary of row din's death. >> still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00, the blue angel widow with flying feet in the race of her life in the name of love. >> i'm spencer christian. this week off to a hot start with a
back now with one widow's salute to the marine she lost, rising to her feet in the name of love. >> tom llamas has our story tonight. >> reporter: at the marine corps marathon today, wives of the blue angels butting off their own maneuver. finishing in formation to help a fellow wife. >> i feel exhausted. glad i'm done.
and really, really accomplished. >> reporter: that's christina koos, her husband jeff, the father of their two small children was a pite for the blue angels and died june 2nd last year doing what he loved, an incident covered right here on world news. >> an f/a-18 crashed near nashville. at least one killed. team was prepping for an air show this weekend. >> before the accident, she says her husband had a challenge for her. >> def had a conversation shortly before he passed about whether or not i would be interested in running the marine corps marathon. i initially said no. after he passed, i said i think i'm going to run for him. >> she says she felt her husband guide her through the rigorous marathon training. > i feel him sometimes. i have this thing with the number 6 pops up from time to time. that was his jet number. i went underneath an awning and pulled out my run tracker and i
was at mile 6.66. hey hone, still running. >> reporter: that paid off. christina finished the race and though her husband couldn't be there, she could still hear his voice. >> he called me hoss. >> reporter: abc news, new york. get together weather. >> a little warmer around here. >> just a little bit. spencer christian standing by with that. >> the weather may be getting to us. these are the highlights. we'll see a chance of record high temperatures. sunny and warp at the beaches. a gradual cooling near week's end. tomorrow's highs soar up to 95 degrees. low to mid '90s in in north bay valley locations tomorrow. here's the seven-day forecast. hotter on tuesday. that's the day that has the best chance of setting record highs. still warm on wednesday and a little bit cooler on wednesday as we move toward the weekend. temperatures will sort of moderate.
>> i see why you're off certain days of the week had week. >> i'm off on the hottest days. >> ulterior motive. >> all right. from the nfl, one those wacky days. >> another crazy sunday in pro football. a couple games going down to the final seconds. meanwhile at levi's stadium, it was an emotional afternoon as the
now sports from abc7 news. it was dwight clark day at levi's stadium as the 49ers honored the legendary receiver who has been stricken by lou gehrig's disease. a tribute was held at halftime as members of the championship team assembled on the field wearing his number 87. clark is now confined to a wheelchair. he spoke to the crowd from a suite with former team owner ed
dee bartolo junior at his side. >> these are unique days of having all the players flown back in here so i could see them up with more time. passing out the t-shirts and the pens. it's a big day, and i'm very appreciative. >> he is just a plain classic act on and off the field. and you know, all we can do is pray for him every night. >> the sad part is everybody remembers him for the catch. there were so many more catches. although that one was important but he saved our butts a lot of iams. >> of course, our prayers are with dwight, as well. the raiders hope to keep their momentum going next sunday at buffalo. today, the game went down to the wire. jameis winston hits mike evans.
the bucs led 27-20. the bills come back to tie. lesean mccoy with his second touchdown of the contest. a fumble set up the steven housch car 30-yard field goal. the bills win 30-27 and now 3-0 at home. the surging chargers beat the broncos. travis benjamin takes this punt back. 65 yards for a touchdown. 7-0l.a. in the fourth quarter, benjamin made a big catch and takes the pass from rivers and outraces the defense for a 41-yard score. it's the chargers third straight win and first in los angeles. the rams and cardinals played in london. it was not a trip to remember for carson palmer who broke his left arm on this play. he may miss the rest of the season. it was all l.a. as todd gurley rush ford this touchdown. the rams win 33-0 and lead the
nfc west at 5-2. goff ran for a score. the seahawks took thomas raleighs throughs it back to wilson. both richardson and landon collins appear to make the catch. the tie went to the receiver so it's touchdown seattle. the sea haurks go on to win 24-7 and are now 4-2. miami rallied from a fourth quarter deficit to beat the jets. matt moore finds kenny stills. with 22 seconds to play, cody parke kicks a field goal to give the dolphins a thrilling 31-28 victory. they're now 4-2. the steelers took care of cincinnati. ben roethlisberger connects with schuster. schuster then celebrates the touchdown by playing a game of hide and seek with le'veon bell.
i see you. pittsburg wins 29-14. who says the nfl says no fun league. at avaya stadium, the quakes beat minnesota united. minnesota's fran fran kiss so ties it up. in second half stoppage time, chris won doe loss ski sets him up scores. quakes next play at vancouver in a single elimination contest. now to the nba, the suns have already fired erl watson, head coach. phoenix opened the season by losing to portland by 48 points, the most lopsided loss in team history. trailing minnesota with under ten seconds to play, carmelo hits a three-. they inbound the ball to wiggins. he knocks down a three to give minnesota a dramatic victory,
okc falls to 1-2. the warriors will resuper play tomorrow at dallas. golden say the is off to a shaky 1-2 start. i think for now steve kerr's job is safe. >> i this i you're right. >> we will bet on that. rick, thank you. >> he didn't call the bank on that last shot. you can't bank it in from 30 feet out. >> next time, call the bank. >> okay. that's it, everybody. i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. we continue tomorrow at 4:30.
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