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good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thank you for joining us on this sunday, october 29th. li let's check on the weather with lisa argen. we have fog expanding from the coast across the bay. and here's live doppler 7. you can see from santa rosa to the south in san jose and gilroy, it is gray. five-mile visibility out there near half-moon bay. but half a mile in
56 in mountain view and 52 in fremont. looking live from the exploratorium camera, temperatures are slow to warm today. sunshine with coastal fog by noontime. but numbers staying in the 50s and the bay. if tin the low 60s today. we'll have more coming up in the next few minutes. and breaking news, police in scotsdale, arizona, catcher bruce maxwell has been arrested after pointing a gun at a woman. he was taken into custody after 6:00 last night at a scotsdale home where he faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct. the 26-year-old gained attention when he became the first major league baseball player to kneel during the national anthem last
month. last week he told tmz that a server at a huntsville, alabama, restaurant refused to serve him because of the protest. and police are investigating a deadly shooting near wild drive. the contra costa sheriff's county office responded to several calls about a shooting this morning. they believe they found the man shot on the street. neighbors were trying to give him cpr. paramedics tried to treat the man and. anyone with more information should call the sheriff's office. and san francisco police are looking for a stabbing suspect. someone attacked the man near the powell street bart station around 6:00 last night.
police blocked off the area with tape. you can see a there. the victim was taken to the hospital. no word on his conditions. a halloween costume out of style since the civil rights unit. one customer say s rivera saw this woman in a black face. >> reporter: harold was offended by a worker at the local staples. >> she said it was a sharpie
costume. and i said, sharpie or no sharpie, as a black man to see a hite person in black face is veoffensive. >> reporter: black face is a form of. this portrayed people in the 1800s until the civil rights movement. >> the nervous giggle in the store, you know, i felt like it was making fun of african-americans. >> reporter: the man was frustrated and came out to his car but couldn't leave. >> i met with the manager and he said, i know what happened. they already told me. i said, what made you think that was okay? >> reporter: the public relations staff says the employee works for hp markets
>> a company that doesn't have a level of sensitivity to a struggle of a people that is a large part of their customer base is not a company that i'm going to support. >> reporter: the woman removed her costume that day and is no longer working at the store. and her company's hr also looking into this. dangerous performing side shows, wheelies, speeding and driving recklessly have been going on since yestyest the truck wednesday behind them on interstate 88 to and rod along
along. many of them said they were driving at high speeds. five people have been arrested. a unique program in the north bay is helping fire victims. a local nurse is pairing families in need with those who want help. >> this is marked teen clothes also. this is women's for you. >> reporter: these days it is not something like this. >> we have gloria, her husband and two little boys. >> reporter: katherine raymond just dropped off three carloads of donated items for three families in need evacuated to
sabatical. it was extraordinary and of extraordinary to come out of the car. >> reporter: this is tailored to give them things they need, like mic microsoft. >> we have a garage frame bar that is twisted and nothing else is list. >> reporter: this family is lifting nothing i think it is really great people are live to help other people. >> it is hard to rebuild a home. and i want to help in any way i can. >> reporter: the match program started two weeks ago. and in that time, 95 fire victims have been matched with 355 donor families.
if you would like to help, just go to our website, right now the at last fire in napa is 100% contained. the tubbs, nuns and pocket fire are 97% contained with full containment expected tuesday. and a man and a woman from monterey county are accused of looting in the north bay firestone. santa rosa police arrested two people after seeing them take a flat-screen tv out of a burned area. the pair led police on a high-speed chase before ditch ing the vehicle.
they have no ties to sonoma county. and yesterday was a remembrance day for hundreds who came out to a ceremony to honor the fire victims and first responders. abc news has the story. >> reporter: bagpipes play to honor a community still grieving. >> all of us were tested, the community, the fire service, law enforcement. >> reporter: this was a day of remembrance, a chance for sonoma county ore reflect on what was lost. >> i don't know what it is like to lose a loved one but they will be dealing with that for a long time. >> reporter: this man got his family out and grabbed one photo album. >> as i grabbed it out, i
realized it was empty. we thought we had all the time in the world to put pictures in the photo album. >> getting my children out safely was emotional. >> reporter: angelique made this sign to thank first responder who is put their lives on the line. >> without them, our city would be gone. >> reporter: throughout the ceremony, the first rang the bell 42 times for those lives lost. nancy pelosi promises swift federal funds for victims. >> so many people share in their loss and pray for them, but more than that, they will act upon it. >> reporter: a company sending herself back
where a group is up homes. the foundation of this home was damaged. >> they have done a tremendous amount of stuff. we got a new furnace. all new concrete in front of the house because it was buckled. they are building a deck. we are just overwhelmed. >> rebuilding silicon valley focuses on helping veterans, seniors and people with disabilities. and they are getting some of that work done before this season's rains come in. good point. after all the warm weather thinking you are going to stay dry, not the case. we are looking at the forecast.
october was dryer, cooler, and now we are looking at wetter weather ushering in november. it is 53 degrees in san francisco, san matteo and fairfield. we'll talk about the cooler day with fog to talk about as well. that's all coming up next in my full accuweather seven-day forecast. and the world series now tied at 2-2, but the focus has been off the field and on that guy's racist gesture during game three. and the fire victims who have too scared to see health, the big donation
physical therapy monolice a thomas beltran. they posted these pictures of the s.w.a.t. team using a drone and canine team yesterday afternoon to go inside the home, but beltran was not there. abc 7 news was in the gardens neighborhood where officers thought beltran was. he's accused of beating up his girlfriend yesterday morning. paramedics treated her at the scene. our media partner "the east bay times" says beltran has a violent criminal history and active warrants. now to the world series, the
dodgers won game four last night, but much of the focus was not on the game, instead it was in the dugout where houston astros' had a player that made a racially charged gesture. abc 7 news reporter linda lopez has more. >> there is no excuse or explanation to make that type of behavior acceptable. >> reporter: the cuban-born first baseman pulling on the corners of his eyes during houston's 5-3 win friday night. he also used a derogatory term in spanish to refer to darvish who was born in japan. he immediately apologized saying he didn't mean to offend him. he later cesaid he apologized t all those for his
>> i felt it was unfair to punish the other 24 players on the astros' roster. i wanted the burden of this disciplinary to fall on the primary wrongdoer. >> during the offseason, he'll undergo sensitivity training. we will also go go go go go go g suspended five games next season. and this little girl was able to throw out the first pitch at the world series. hailey and her family got to
spend some time with some of the houston astros before the game. her goal is to throw out the first pitch at every major league ballpark. she first did it in 2015 at an orioles game in baltimore. we'll have highlights from the game coming up in sports. and the nfl players coalition is trying to set up a meeting to discuss protest over injustice and the league's response. espn reports colin kaepernick, roger goodell and bob mcnare were invited to a meeting tomorrow. kaepernick is the first player to kneel or sit in direct protest of racial injustice. and recently mcnare has been criticized about his comment about the protest. but he says, quote, we can't have the inmates running the prison. while the players coalition says they want the league to act and listen to the grievances.
and ticket sales yesterday was donated to help those of the north bay who were affected by the wildfires. the deltas played in front of the sold out crowd. more than 4,000 fans helped families who lost homes or money. >> you can do some good things. and those are people affected by the fires but don't have access to fema and some of the other federal support. so we thought, why not, let's do something nice for them. >> the team lost last night but still qualified for the play years. the semifinal game is one week from todd. happening today, it is your last chance to check out the pleasanton harvest festivals is open from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
tonight. general admission costs $9. kids 12 and under get in for free. $2 from every ticket sold will go to the alameda county community food bank. hi, everyone. sunday morning, the fog has expanded across the bay. you can see it moving from santa rosa, san francisco, over to oakland, emeryville, 680, san jose. the visibility is reduced once again from pet loma, santa rosa, and that was at 5 miles. concord, reporting clear skies currently. so everywhere but concord looking at some fog and low clouds. so a live look outside. and temperatures are in the 50s from low 50s in san francisco, the mid-50s in mountain view and half-moon bay. 57 in san jose. 50, gilroy. back in the city, temperatures comfortable up in the north bay, not as cool as they could get
due to the blanket of low clouds and fog. we are 5 degrees warmer from santa rosa and napa. 53 by the delta. all the fog wants to hear from the coast, but it is responding throughout the day. the halloween forecast looks fantastic. if kids want to go early, it will be comfortable with dry conditions. and a wet weather pattern arrives late in the week. as we rebound a bit by wednesday. we'll bing you the storm impact scale, friday into saturday, two
pretty rainy days with showers, isolated downpours, breezy at times. the early call anywhere from a half inch to maybe an inch of rain here friday morning into friday night. we're wet and this is saturday morning, so a rainy start to the weekend. by late saturday night, the system wants to clear the north bay. and into sunday, it looks dry here to translate. a foot of snow accumulating saturday into sunday. donner, 13 inches. perhaps as much in kirkwood. temperatur temperatures are in the upper 70s for santa rosa. temperatures in the 60s inland with 50s at the coast. a nice evening with numbers in the lower 60s. this is ideal for tuesday into
wednesday with more sunshine. looking at 50s at the coast. download the app to track the average train and could else we have for you. >> halloween is huge in the bay area. at least it is dry for that. then the rain comes in when we need it. >> next weekend. >> thank you, lisa. just ahead, a marine who lost both legs in combat. he's not letting that stop him. what brought him to san francisco ♪ ♪
celebrating halloween or any holiday for that matter takes on extra meaning when you are born needing special care. abc 7 news was at sutter health california pacific medical center in san francisco for the annual nicu halloween party. kids from infants to teenagers dressed up to have holiday fun including playing games and face painting. most were born prematurely and spent the first few months of their lives in intensive care. >> one of my favorite things of all the days is when families are currently in the intensive care unit and come down to see all the students they have to look forward to when dealing an infant.
there you can see elise at the party. her daughter is there with the nurses that took care of her while she was in the nicu. a marine is raising money by running 31 marathons in 31 cities in 31 days. rob jones hit the streets of san francisco yesterday. his 17th stop of the 31. he wants to raise a million dollars for wounded veterans charities. in 2010 during a deployment to land mine and had to have both legs afternomputated above his he's participated in several so
. welcome back, everyone. we are starting with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> it is cool and foggy outside with temperatures in the 50s. a few areas in the north bay with the worst visibility with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s from cloverdale to santa rosa. 54 in oakland. good morning to you in fremont and livermore. livermore is at three miles. looking at the golden gate bridge, slower warming today in the 50s around the bay. by noontime at the coast. 70 inland. by the afternoon, the upper 70s and low to mid-60s around the bay should do it. we're looking at continued cool weather. but then we have some wet weather to talk about. we'll time it out in my accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. lisa, thank you. breaking this morning, firefighters in san francisco say one person is dead after a house fire near mount
this fire began at a two-story ho home. firefighters were able to contain it a short time ago at 6:00 this morning. the cause of the blaze is under investigation. and developing news, the first arrest in the russia collusion investigation could come tomorrow. reports friday said federal investigators filed their first charges. gloria riviera has reaction from washington. >> reporter: president trump spending the day at his golf club in virginia, even after the information came about the first charges in the russian investigation. the president has yet to report to reports that a federal grand jury approved the charges in robert mueller's investigation.
with an indictment and arrest possibly coming as early as monday, sources say. the spokesman for the special counsel's office declined to comment. so far no reports of exactly what the charges may be. those indictments are reportedly still sealed under if this was at the d.c. courthou courthouse, it would be sealed. >> our position hasn't changed since day one. >> reporter: mueller was appointed special counsel in may. the main part of his investigation is focusing on russia's interfeernrence in the 2016 election. he's been dealing with the financial dealings with a number of key trump financers including
paul manafort and social security adviser michael flynn. they have been given no indication any charges against him are imminent. >> this is a reminder that the complicated. abc 7 news, reporting. representative adam schiff goes one-on-one stephanopoulos. that's right after "good morning america." two u.s. cities draw large counter protests this weekend. brad melke has the details. >> reporter: dueling rallies in
tennessee, demonstration by white nationalists countered by protesters near nashville. >> the high prize is people. weapon don't ne we don't need it in our town. >> reporter: the counter protesters holding signs and chanting back -- >> these are american streets. they don't belong to fascists or white supremacists. they don't belong to neo they should be ashamed being in public. >> reporter: the police stood ready in between the two groups. a similar scene in a nearby city. a white group of counter protesters had to move from the
side here. but neither group was willing to give. and a group of children did learn that a well-thought out protest can pay off. >> more candy! >> more candy! >> more fun! >> more fun! >> these fourth graders marched to brook park city hall on tuesday with a petition signed by 200 children asking the mayor to extend trick or treating hours from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. this was part of a school lesson on government. >> allowing us the opportunity to receive more candy. >> having more time to spend and visit with family and friends. >> having more time to be in a halloween costume. >> enjoy the scary holiday longer. >> it's all about the candy and the kids were able to convince the mayor. he granted their wish to extend their trick or treating hour. still ahead here on abc 7
mornings, michelin is out with star ratings. why the bay area may now be able to claim it is the best place for fine dining in the country. and here's a live look from four emeryville camera. that fog is still but dry weather is on the way sometime this week. sometime this week. lisa will tell ♪ sometime this week. lisa will tell what if home security was different? what if it looked different? what if the measure of working, was that you never had to think about it. ♪ what if it was so easy to use, you actually used it. [alarm] you have 3 minutes to exit. what if it gave you time, and what you really need from home security. a sense of security. ♪
in the central valley an 8-year-old with receiving a sweet gift. the squeal was from jayden white given a wheelchair inspired by the disney film "wreck it ralph." her brand new wheelchair was made to look like the character of venelope von schweet. the high school's advanced 3-d art class designed that chair. jayden's mother said the gift means so much to the family. >> it's overwhelming. it's exciting. she's been through so much in the past eight years, cancer twice, cerebral palsy, all of it. it was exciting to see something
good come from all of it. >> eye dejayden's mother says t plan to go trick or treating in the magical wheelchair. and thousands of people are expected at this year's festival. the unity council posted pictures from last year's event. there is live music and family-friend family-friendly things. disney helped sponsor this and is the parent company of abc 7 news. no rain but a little on the cool side. >> maybe grab the jacket, the sunglasses. if you're at the coast, it will be rather foggy. a live look as we look at the gray skies in your neighborhood. concord, 51 degrees.
52 in san ramon. 40s in the north bay. we'll talk about where the fog is and the temperature slide we can now repair complex at saortic aneurysmsare, without invasive surgery. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for varicose veins. and if we can precisely treat eye cancer with minimal damage to the rest of the eye, imagine what we can do for glaucoma, even cataracts. if we can use dna to diagnose the rarest of diseases, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all.
lisa argen who has the weather for the rest of the bay area come right up. right now, let's check out sports. both the 49ers and raiders are in action this morning on the east coast. the niners are looking for the first victory of the season in philly against the eagles who have the best record in the nfl. and the raiders will try to get back to .500 against the bills in buffalo. both of those games start at 10:00 this morning. and next weekend, cal plays oregon state at memorial stadium. yesterday the bears had a tough gae in boulder. here's shu with the highlights in morning sports. >> reporter: good morning. well, the cal bears needed two more wins to become bowl eligible, but their pac-12 record may get in the way. they have not won away from home in two years or ten games. with that said, we head to california. on ralphie's 20-y20-y
birthday. happy birthday to ralphie. left and going 15 yards to noah. 14-7, colorado. looking for more, steven montez throws it 65 yards. three tds and 21-7 game. ross bauers threw for 359 and two tds himself. noah had 108 yards receiving. 27-14, in the second half, not much better for the bearses, some of us had coach mike. 34-14. bauer goes to the end zone. wait a minute, he has to tag it out of the end zone, see ya! it was more like 109 yards. cal falls to 4-9. the cal bears lost their last 11 on the road against pac-12 teams. and the final trip in
buffalo. stepping out of the penalty box in the right spot at the right time, he goes top shelf, 1-0, san jose. 17 seconds left, now down 2-1. chris tierney is hit milker, slams it down. time for target practice. look how much room over the shoulder he has to shoot up. game four of the world series in houston. the astros try to take a commanding lead over the dodgers. alex wood had a no-hitter until george springer through 5 2/3 innin innings. 1-0 for springer and his teammates look real.
odie bellinger at the plate with two on. driving one to the gap. chase utley and the dodgers win 6-2 evening the world series at two games apiece. the raiders are in buffalo, the 49ers are in philadelphia. we'll have more later in the day. you've been waiting for the cooler weather, it is here. what about the wet weather? that's on the way. san rafael behind me where the fog is and the gray sky all morning long. the onshore breeze is below deck. 1,000 feet allows for the marine layer to push in. we had temperatures 80 in the inland valleys. we can imagine that in concord as the winter system heads our
way. it is into thursday and friday things get really interesting. we're going to add in wet weather. the early call has us getting anywhere from perhaps a quarter to an inch of rain out there. as we look outside right now, san francisco, temperatures are typical in the low 50s. and we are looking at the fog active as an insulating blanket out there near santa rosa. but we have the 40s into the east bay. we have the gray sky. it won't last. it will scour back. and we'll see 70 degrees by noontime. visibility is a loma. it is 53 in the city. 56 in mountain view. 57 in san jose. and in the north bay, temperatures in the 40s, but not as cool as it could get. a little sun here in santa cruz.
we'll see a little sun off the marine county coast for the time being before the fog pushes back in. 50 in novato. this is a beautiful picture getting brighter. you can see the fog off there in mount diablo. the cooling continues with a spectacular day for halloween, dry and seasonal. a late pattern this week lasting into the first portion of your weekend next weekend. it's a one-impact storm friday night lasting through the day on saturday with on and off downdower powers. we'll start the animation 7:00 friday morning with showers. then the rain pushes in friday night. the evening commute could be slower and impacted. then saturday morning, a good day to sleep in with temperatures cool, breezy winds and rainy conditions saturday night. we're looking at the rain pulling out of the north bay, taking its time to push into the sierra nevada.
and early amounts anywhere from a half a foot to a foot of snow from donner to kirkwo kirkwo hopefully you are not caught off guard to go to the sierra next week. 61 today. 65 in richmond. look for the mid-60s in san mateo. the average highs in the low 70s, so near that today. overnight tonight, cooler conditions with patchy fog. partly cloudy skies for your monday. in the accuweather seven-day forecast, we are showing cooler conditions. 10 degrees cooler inland. download the accuweather map and you'll notice the cooling trend takes a big dip tomorrow. we'll rebound a little bit halloween and wednesday. then by thursday, back to the low average with showers arriving on friday into saturday. it will be a real about-face out there. if you have the outdoor projects, wrap them up. >> and i like your halloween look. >> thank you. >> is that the extent of it? >> that's about the extent of
it. yeah. >> that's better than i do. so there you go. the bay area's michelin guide restaurant ratings are out. and they show without a doubt this is a good place to find great food. the bay area now has more three-star restaurants than new york city. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom talks to the chefs and they explain why they had to wait a little longer. >> this is macademia butter. >> reporter: the michelin star is about to get company. this chef just learned californios is about the only restaurant to get two michelin stars. >> that's outstanding recognition of the chef's talent. >> reporter: the bay area has a lot of talented chefs. >> with this now, we are above
new york. we have more three-star restaurants than new york city. >> reporter: chef cory lee had to find out two weeks to see if he's keeping that >> it was a wise choice. people could possibly not be thinking of restaurants' rankings while the fires were going on. >> we talked to him throughout the entire experience and anything we could do to help him. it's been a scary experience. >> with the fires almost contained. >> people need to get up there and still going and support the restaurants. >> reporter: a block away from the three >> i don't think think of it as a restaurant, but it is a project of food. >> reporter: he features his own
creations, but there's also a gallery of dishes from other chefs. >> it is fitting that it should have its own star. >> reporter: when not visiting his restaurant, they hope this gives tourists a reason to head north. >> you can visit napa again. you can go to sonoma. coming up, get your best costume on and join thousands in the annual costume dash. we'll tell you about
happening today, runners will dress up in their costumes for the annual costume costumeu here are photos from last year's race. runners can hang out for a party and costume contest after the run. the fun begins at 8:30 at the band shell. if you have not registered yet, you can still buy tickets at the event. let's get a final check of the accuweather forecast. >> we're in the low 50s now. a little gray here in the city. later on today, just 61. 65 on the peninsula. 79 in concord. with 72 in napa. the accuweather seven-day forecast is cooler tomorrow. we rebound a bit for seasonal averages tuesday and wednesday. thursday we turn cooler. and the rain arrives on friday into saturday. all right.
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our country depends on it. good morning, america. severe weather. tropical storm philippe spawning suspected tornadoes causing damage on the ground in florida. the big cleanup ahead. and the new concerns this morning about a major coastal storm developing. the watches and warnings all along the east coast. and criminal charges are imminent in robert mueller's russia investigation. an arrest could come as soon as tomorrow. the case taking a new turn. so what does the white house know? and who will it be? >> captured -- the manhunt ending this morning for an escaped inmate on the loose called armed and dangerous trading his orange jump suit for street clothes and walking out the door. going unnoticed for nearly two days. where he was finally found. and pregame protest.