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good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, october 29th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning, everyone. fog is everywhere, so if you're headed out, take it slow. visibilities have been reduced all morning long to half a mile santa rosa, three-quarters of a mile petaluma, four miles on the coast and san jose. delays at sfo, and it's going to be a while before we see the sun break through the clouds. 53 san francisco, 54 half moon bay. we have upper 40s in santa rosa, 56 in concord. no wind here yet, but we will look for the sea breeze to kick up. cooler today significantly. highs later on will range from the 60s around the bay, upper
70s in our inland valleys. still cool at the coast and we still have our beach hazard statement through 9:00 tonight. carolyn? thank you, lisa. breaking this morning, firefighters in san francisco say one person is dead after a house fire near mt. davidson. another person who was rescued is expected to survive. officials say this fire began around 4:00 this morning at a two-story home on molemo drive near taracita boulevard. firefighters were able to contain it two hours later. the cause is under investigation. breaking news in discovery bay. deputies are investigating a deadly shooting on keats court near wild drive. the contra costa sheriff's office responded to several calls about a disturbance and a shooting around 1:00 this morning. a lieutenant says they found a man who was shot on the street, neighbors trying to give him cpr. paramedics tried to treat the man but he later died. right now deputies do not have a description of a suspect.
anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's office. developing news this morning. san francisco police are searching for a stabbing suspect. they say someone attacked a man near the paolo street bart station around 6:00 last night. abc news was near eddie street where paramedics blocked off the street with tape. you can see a monduni bus at th center of the stabbing scene. the victim was taken to the hospital. no word on his condition. a halloween costume out of style since the civil rights movement makes a controversial comeback at an east bay staples store. one customer says he was speechless after seeing an employee dressed in blackface. abc 7 reporter lonnie rivera has the story. >> ma'am, where are the cash registers? she turned around and i saw this
white lady in blackface. >> harriet laphal was offended by this employee's halloween costume at the pleasant hill staples store. >> that lady over there, i pointed to her, i said, is in blackface. and as a black man, i am very offended. >> reporter: and her reply? >> she said it was a sharpie costume. i said, sharpie or no sharpie, as a black man to see a white person in blackface is very offensive. >> reporter: blackface is a form of theatrical makeup used by white performers to portray black people in the 1800s up until the civil rights movement. >> the nervous giggle in the store, you know, i felt like it was making fun of african-americans. >> harold left staples frustrated. he said he sat in his car for a few minutes but he couldn't leave. >> i met with the manager and he
said, i know what happened and they already told me. i said, what made you think that was okay? zt st >> staples said the employee works for a third-party company who contracts with staples stores. staples said, the question, staples apologizes to any customers that were offended in the store, as well as those that may have viewed a photo on social media. >> a company that doesn't have a level of sensitivity to the struggle of the people that is a large part of their customer base is not a cpany i'm going to support. >> reporter: the woman removed her costume that day. she is no longer working at the store and the company's hr team is now investigating. lonnie rivera, abc 7 news. a group of about 200 motorcycle riders terrorize drivers all around the east bay, performing side shows, popping wheelies, speeding and driving recklessly.
a viewer shared this video from downtown hayward just before 1:00 in the afternoon. a truck was following the bikers and filming them on interstate 880. they also rode through oakland along the san mateo bridge on 580 and into castro valley. the chp says several motorcyclists refused to pull over and drove away recklessly at high speeds. at least 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 families who want to help. the one-on-one attention is changing lives. abc 7 news reporter lisa mangalesian has the story from sonoma county. >> there's teen clothes, this one is marked teen clothes also. there's women's for you. >> reporter: these days it's nonstop at carrie boyson's house. she's one of the volunteer
coordinators which means she's matching fire victims with specific families who are willing and able to donate now. >> so we have gloria and her husband and her two little boys. >> reporter: katherine raymond just dropped off three carloads of donated items for three families in need evacuated to sebastiapol. >> it was kind of like christmas. it was extraordinary to see box after box come out of the car. >> reporter: this program was tailored to give nothing but the things they need. like a camera for extra wide shoes because starting over is hard enough. >> there was a steel beam that was our garage frame that's twisted and there's nothing left. >> reporter: still, this family is asking for very little. >> this is new. >> reporter: barely the basics. >> i think it's really great that people are, like, giving. >> reporter: rising from the ashes of the north bay fires is a strong sense of appreciation and an even stronger sense of compassion.
>> when you lose your home, it's hard to rebuild a home. you can rebuild a house, but it's hard to rebuild a home. i want to help in any way i can. >> reporter: the match program started just about 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, abc7news.com. in santa rosa, lisa abc 7 news. firefighters are controlling the north bay fires that started 21 days ago. right now the napa fires and atlas counties are 100% contained. the tubbs, nuns and pocket fires are 97% contained with full containment expected this tuesday. this cool weather should help, lisa. >> yes, and this is the way it's going to stay. cooler days in the days ahead.
east bay hills camera, it is 53 in vallejo, 54 in antioch. everyone has the gray this morning. we'll clear it up but not everywhere. we'll look for temperatures to drop below average as soon as tomorrow. we'll see you in a few minutes. all righty. also ahead, the a's player who gained attention for being the first mlb player to kneel as part of the national anthem protest is arrested. what bruce maxwell is accused of doing. and how many of the houston texans are planning to protest following owner bob mcnair's controversial comments against players who kneel during
welcome back, everyone. 9:12 on this sunday morning. this is a live look from our mt. tam cam. the bay area cloaked in clouds and fog. cooler temperatures today and throughout the week. rain coming sometime. when and where, well, you'll have to stick around for lisa. she's got the full accuweather forecast coming up. developing news. police in scottsdale, arizona say oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell has been arrested after a food delivery person says he pointed a gun at her. here is a look at his mug shot. maxwell taken into custody just after 6:00 last night at his scottsdale home. 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. server at a huntsville, alabama restaurant refused to serve him because of his national anthem protest. the houston texans are planning to protest before the national anthem before the game in seattle. our sister network tells us that 55 to 70% of the team's players could kneel. as you know, owner bob income anywhere used the term inmate to describe players kneeling for the national anthem. tom clay bourne has more. >> reporter: the nfl rocked again. this time by owner bob mcnair's comments about players who kneel in protest during the national anthem. mcnair told fellow owners last week, we can't have the inmates running the prison.
>> it didn't have to be said. it's horrible. >> reporter: his words sending shock waves through the texans organization. last week deandre hopkins walked out of practice. saturday mcnair met with players to apologize, releasing a public statement saying, i never meant to offend anyone and i was not referring to our players. i used a figure of speech that was never intended to be taken literally. but the 79-year-old's apology falling short for some. seattle seahawks richard shannon said, don't apologize. you meant what you said. and jayvon green said, for starters, let's stop using the word "owner" and start using the word "chairman." >> the owners can't figure out that the players care about these issues and the issues
aren't going away. >> reporter: the texans boarded a plane ahead of a game today with the seahawks. the texans coach supporting his players. ron claybourne, abc news, new york. >> they are trying to set up a meeting to discuss all of this over protests and the league's response. colin kaepernick and roger goodell and houston owners bob mcnair have been invited to attend a meeting tomorrow. kaepernick, as you know, was the first player to kneel or sit in direct protest of racial injustice and police brutality. the player's commission says they want the league to commit to listening to the players' grievances. damages from february's torrential rain and flooding is getting patched up thanks to volunteers. abc 7 was at golden wheel mobile
home park in san jose when an army of helping hands hammered, patched and eupparetebuilindingd. silicon valley is helping fix up 38 homes and two non-profits. residents at this home lost a car and mobility scooter and the foundation of the home was damaged. >> they've done a tremendous amount of stuff. we got a new furnace, all new concrete in front of the house because it was buckled. they're building a deck. we're just kind of overwhelmed. >> rebuilding silicon valley focuses on helping veterans, seniors and people with disabilities. a man and a woman from monterey county are accused of looting in the north bay fire zone. santa rosa police arrested shawn craniak and christina marsh after someone saw them take a large-screen tv. police led them on a high speed
chase after ditching their stolen truck and trying to run away. officers said they found other stolen items in the pickup. the suspects have no ties to sonoma county. yesterday quite an emotional day of remembrance for victims of the north bay wildfires. hundreds of people came out to a ceremony to honor fire victims and first responders. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has the story. >> reporter: bagpipes play to honor a community still fragile and grieving. >> the night of october 8th, we were all tested. all of us were tested, the community, the fire service, law enforcement. >> reporter: this was a day of remembrance, a chance for sonoma county to reflect on what was lost. >> i don't even know what it feels like to lose a home or lose a loved one in a fire, but i know there is a lot of people in our community dealing with that and they're going to be dealing with that for a long time. >> reporter: pastor billy andre lost his home in the fires. he got his family out and
grabbed one photo album. >> and as i opened them up, i realized they were empty. we thought we had all the time in the world to put those pictures in those photo albums. >> getting my children out safely was, you know, emotional. >> reporter: angelique and her son made the sign to thank the first responders who put their lives on the line. > without them our city would be gone. >> reporter: throughout the ceremony, the crowd gave first responders standing ovations. many say since the fire, the santa rosa community has become one. >> honestly, i've never seen a community come together so good. i mean, true, we are sonoma strong. >> reporter: a fire bell was rung 42 times for those lives lost. representative nancy pelosi said she promises swift federal funds for victims. >> so many people mourn their loss and are praying for them, but not only that, going to act upon it. >> reporter: a resilient
community fighting their way back if tragedy. in santa rosa, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. a winery in monterey county is raising money tonight to help wildfire victims in the north bay. you can enjoy food and drinks at the hallowine fire benefit at the folktail winery & vin yards. there are prizes. it costs $60. all the proceeds will go to ca wine strong. that's a profit foundation to help the victims. one last chance to score for wildfire victims at tonight's game. the shooting guard plans to donate $1,000 for every point for three games. so far he's raised $40,000. he scored 22 points against toronto and then followed up with 18 points against friday night's game against the wizards. tonight's game agains the detroit pistons begins at 5:30
at oracle arena. good morning, everyone. well, we waited until about the last couple days of the month to get a nice fall forecast. because, you know, it's cooler and it is so gray out there. live doppler 7 right now, the fog has made it all the way inland. it's going to take some time to clear as well. two-mile visibility is an improvement from petaluma. three quarters a mile in santa rosa. this is walnut creek this morning. 53 here, 56 in mountain view, 57 san jose. look at the high clouds here from mt. tam. we'll see more of those, so we'll go from cloudy to partly cloudy today. i think it's going to take past 11:00 until we see some sunshine across the bay. 49 in santa rosa, 56 by the delta and concord, with 53 in livermore. we are looking at this pattern to stay put for the next several days. the fog will mix out late tomorrow but we'll get some
drizzle in here as well. emeryville, lots of gray out there. dry and mild for halloween and looking for a wet pattern late in the week. we will be looking at the coolest day -- one of the coolest days tomorrow as the system passes overhead. we'll see numbers in the 60s. even some coastal drizzles possible into halloween morning, but by the afternoon we're slightly warmer, we're dry, we're sunny, and this carries over into wednesday. so temperatures seasonal but below average for your monday. the storm impact scale, by the end of the week, it's a 1. friday and saturday, we begin with the rain on friday. it could mess up your morning commute here. you can see how wet it is, and this is friday night. how about your evening commute as well? then if you're wakingp early on saturday, this is when we could have more downpours into 11:00 saturday night. this all changes into snow in the sierra nevada and we're looking at amounts here. pretty impressive. over an inch on saturday, maybe an inch and a quarter up well to
the north, three-quarters of an inch in the eastland valley. that translates to a foot of snow for some of you. kirkwood always a bonus in the south getting about 13 inches, donner could see the same. highs today in the upper 50s to mid-60s around san mateo, 69 in palo alto, 71 in fremont, 65 in richmond and the forecast today, the warmest day of the week, was around 80 at concord. 70s should do it around the bay, but look at the coast, 50s all week long and a system passes to the north of us and we'll rebound temperaturewise just slightly on halloween. wednesday slightly warmer numbers, and then as we get to the end of the week, we're cooling off and bringing in a pretty decent system. and i think most of us know we need it. we're long overdue. >> yep. we need it. thank you, lisa. just ahead, a marine who lost both legs in combat is not letting that stop him.
kids 10 and under are free. the proceeds go to the alameda county food bank. a veteran is running 31 marathons in 31 cities in 31 days. rob jones hit the streets of san francisco yesterday. he's on his 17th stop of 31. he wants to raise $1 million for wounded veterans charities. in 2010 during a deployment in afghanistan, jones stepped on a land mine. he had both legs removed above his knees. since then he's competed in the paralympics. he's gone all over the country for charity. if you would like to donate, just head to our website abc7news.com. still to come here on abc 7 mornings, the first indictment and arrest in the
welcome back, everyone. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, kiir lycarolyn, good mo everyone. that pyramid shrouded in fog downtown where temperatures are on the cool side. everyone is gray this morning. we're looking at 53 here. 57 in san jose, oakland checking in at 55 and 56 in mountain view. you can see the cold deck with santa rosa at 49. the visibility is still a quarter mile in santa rosa, napa three-quarters of a mile and we're looking at reduced visibility of 3 miles at
jose airport. clearing the marin county coast later. coast 70 inland. we're much cooler later afternoon. 60s around the bay, 70s inland. we'll talk about cooler weather with just 60s tomorrow and when the rain arrives, we'll time it out in a few minutes. carolyn? >> all right, lisa. new developments overnight in washington. sources confirmed to abc news that special counsel robert mueller's team has filed the first criminal charges in the russian investigation. an indictment and arrest could come as early as tomorrow. who could the target be? abc news reporter david wright has the details. >> reporter: call it russian roulette. the first criminal charges imminent in the independent counsel's investigation of russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion by trump associates. >> we didn't win because of russia, we won because of you.
>> reporter: abc news has confirmed that a senior prosecutor from robert mueller's office who specializes in fraud cases was at the federal courthouse in washington friday where the grand jury was in session. mueller's team filed papers with the court. and sources tell abc news an arrest could come as soon as tomorrow. but who? the special counsel's office declines to say. abc news reached out to former trump campaign chair paul manafort's legal team who tell us manafort has no indication any charges against him could be imminent. we also reached out to former national security adviser mike flynn's team. no response. the president himself has long dismissed the investigation as a politically motivated witch hunt. >> the whole russia thing was an excuse for the democrats losing the election, and it turns out to be just one excuse. >> reporter: his allies are on the warpath that weekend. former campaign director coreyyy
lewandowski on "fox & friends." >> what we should be focusing on is the rise of the clinton administration. >> reporter: he called out cnn reporters who broke the story, sometimes homophobic, that twitter suspended him. >> reporter: in the "new york times" before news of the indictment broke, the president says he isn't worried. >> the president has no concerns in terms of any impact as to what happens to them on his campaign or on the white house. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, washington. a very popular clothing company is is comi coming under this morning. lularoe commissions women to sell its merchandise from home. but in a class action lawsuit,
many sellers say they never saw the profits they were promised. >> reporter: lularoe, known for its colorful clothing and pop-up party sales approach, this morning is facing a $1 billion class action lawsuit claiming the california-based company is an alleged pyramid scheme, leaving many of the women recruited to sell its products in financial ruin. >> i invested close to -- between 15 and $20,000 in inventory. >> reporter: tiffany chefer and her mother, two of the women named in the lawsuit, said were given alleged manipulation. the lawsuit also claims that new consultants are pressured to keep giving inventory even when the inventory they have isn't selling. they were encouraged to borrow
money, get loans, take out credit cards and some were enasked to sell their breast milk. >> the heart of the lawsuit really isn't about selling clothing, it's just about recruiting more women in the, quote, unquote, down line. lularoe says the allegations are baseless and ill informed. we will vigorously defend against them and revail. many sellers say they are thriving. >> i have been successful because i've never stopped setting goals for myself. you can make money on these clothes. >> but chefer and her mother say they never made a profit. and a separate lawsuit filed against them focuses on changes to its sellers, saying the company's success has made it the target of get of get of get predatory attacks. the company plans to defend
itself and win. happening today, bay area residents can get a first look at the new lucille pack ard children's hospital at stanford. the new building will not be housing patients until december, but they're hosting a community open house today between 11:00 and 2:00. abc 7 news got a tour of the facility on thursday. the expansion doubles the size of the existing hospital and features surgical suites and green spaces. in the central valley, an eight-year-old with cerebral palsy received an amazingly sweet gift for halloween. a squeal of joy from jayden white as she was given a wheelchair inspired by the disney film "wreck-it ralph." her brand new wheelchair was made to look like the racecar belonging to the char it was given by a non-profit
like this for kids who need wheelchai wheelchairs. jayden's mom says the gift means so much for the family. >> it's overwhelming, it's exciting. she's been through so much in the past eight years, cancer, is he -- cerebral exciting to see something good come of it. >> jayden says they plan to go trick-or-treating in that wheelchair. sometimes protests can pay off. >> more time! >> more time! >> more candy! >> more candy! >> these children marked to the mayor's office to ask the mayor to extend their trick-or-treat hours from 6:00 to 8:30. it was part of a school lesson on government. >> having more time to receive more candy. >> having more time to visit
with family and friends. >> having more time to be in our halloween costume. >> and enjoy the scary holiday longer. >> in the end the kids were able to convince the mayor, and he granted their wish to extend their trick-or-treating hours. one of the most prized possessions of the late steve jobs is going up for auction. there is not a single apple connection to it. jobs owned this bmw z8 in the early 2000s. oracle owner ellison recommended is saying it matched his taste. there are features, including a bm wrkw motorola phone that job said to have disliked. it is selling for 3 to $4 million. mission is out with its star ratings. why the bay area may now be able to claim it's the best place for fine dining in the country. and here is a live look from our tam cam.
happening today, celebrate d oakland's fruitvale neighborhood. thousands are expected at this week's festival. they posted these pictures from last year's event. there is live music, family-friendly activities and shopping. new this year, disney pixar's reality booth will show the movie "cocoa." disney is the parent company of abc 7 news. lisa is here looking all halloweeny in black.
i'm just black. >> you've got the colors. slate gray. delays of 36 minutes out there, so we're looking at 53 degrees and slow clearing. looks like maybe 11:00, noontime, and then we're talking below average. i'll have your full accuweather forecast, next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, another loss for cal in colorado puts the
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welcome back, everyone. it is 9:44 on this sunday morning, the last one in the month. wow, time marches on. this is a live look from our southla lake tahoe camera. it is in the low 30s there. 70s later on today where you live in your neck of the woods. lisa argen along shortly with the full accuweather forecast. right now let's check out sports. both the 49ers and the raiders are in action this morning on the east coast. the niners looking for their first victory of the season in philly against it is eagles who have the best record in the nfl. the raiders will try to get back to 500 against the bills in buffalo. both games start in just a few minutes at 10:00. next weekend cal plays oregon state at memorial stadium. yesterday the golden bears had a
tough game in boulder. here's shoe. he's got the highlights in this morning's sports. >> reporter: well, the cal bears needed two more wins to become bowl eligible but their pac 12 road record might get in the way. the bears have not won away from home in the pac 12 in two years. with that said we head to colorado. on ralphie's 53rd birthday. happy birthday, ralphie. still running like a 20-year-old. no, he's gog throw t. goit. goes to wide open kanaih. 65 yards. m montez threw for 330 yards. roz bower threw for 350. 27-14 game. second half didn't get much better for the bears. montez to jay mcintire.
34-14 and bowers going to the end zone. picked off by nick fisher. wait a minute, he's going to take it out of the end zone. see ya! officially a 100-yard pick 6 but it was more like 109. cal lost their last 11 on the road against pac 12 teams. ending their road trip in buffalo first period. stepping out of the penalty box. right spot at the right time, goes top shelf on robin. 1-0 san jose. now down 2-1. gets hit by the melkker.melkkere tying it 2 after 2. time for some target practice. look how much room over the shoulder he has to shoot. bull's eye. the sharks improved 5-5 with a
3-2 victory. the world series in houston. they try to take a command in boston. george springer knew it immediately. astros up 1-0. string springer and his teammates thrilled. ballinger scores easily. he drives up to the gap. utley will score to make it a 2-1 game. kershaw is pumped. he pitches game 5. peterson, the pride of palo alto, goes deep. 6-2, evening the world series at two games apiece. all right, raiders are in buffalo. 49ers in philadelphia. we'll have those highlights for you tonight at
i'm mark shuman, have a nice day. it's a gorgeous shot out there with the fog. time of year kind of spooky. we have it all going on today with some sunshine on the way later. temperatures will be comfortable, but boy, you noticed the cooldown from yesterday. what about concord today? all the way up to 79. you have a long way to go because it's gray in your neighborhood as well. tomorrow below average. we have a weak system moving overhead and then we'll get a bit of a rebound day after halloween. then by thursday we're looking at much cooler weather. rain arrives. looks like the weekend. as we go to the flat breeze out there, lack of breeze. you'll notice it's all gray as far as the eye can see. but the sea breeze will kick up out of the southwest 10 to 20 miles an hour today. look at the fog. it's all the way inland. it's going to take at least until 11:00, maybe noontime, for the clouds to peel back to the coast. three-quarters of a mile in napa
visibility reduced. lots of gray in the east bay and the south bay. santa cruz today, you'll see limited amounts of sunshine. 53 downtown, 57 in san jose. awfully gray for you as well with 53 in gilroy. for mt. tam, notice the high level clouds above. we'll get into a partly cloudy sky late morning, 56 by the delta as well as concord, 53 the bay. mild and dry for halloween and looking at a weather pattern late in the week. could be as early as thursday night. we'll bring in our storm impact scale. it's a 1 for both friday and saturday. breezy winds, done pouwnpours a times. your morning commute will get sloppy here.
it's going to take all day saturday for it to clear. still quite a ways away. check back with us but it looks like it will impact the sierra nevada. early estimates anywhere from over an inch in san francisco to napa. hopefully that verifies. in the mountains we're looking anywhere from a half inch to a foot of snow here. if you're making plans heading to the sierra nevada, you may want to rethink that. tahoe 18 inches. mid to upper 60s in the peninsula. upper 70s in santa rosa. 79 in concord and for halloween we're looking at the sunset. temperatures will be in the mid-60s around the bay. inland still cool at the coast. it will be a nice treat for halloween. in fact, the coolest day of the week will not only be tomorrow, but download the accuweather map. by the end of the week we'll see much cooler weather as well. you can plan your week and keep
track of those changes and the rain that heads our way by the end of the week. it looks like a decent rain. we're not talking about a tenth. >> maybe that's why frankenstein was doing the boogie-woogii there. the ratings are out and they show that without a doubt this is a good place to find great food. the bay area has more 3-star restaurants, believe it or not, than new york city. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom talked to some of the chefs being huenewly honored th year and explained why they had to wait just a little longer. >> reporter: hanging above the spot where delicious desserts are made, the michelin star is about to get humbled. he just learned california's is becoming the only mexican restaurant anywhere to get two
michelin stars. ellen ford of eater s.f. has a lot of talented chefs. >> we have three more 3-star restaurants than new york city. >> he had to wait two weeks to find out if he was keeping that coveted rating. as fire tore through wine country, michelin decided to delay the choice. >> people couldn't be thinking about restaurant ratings while these fires were going on. >> reporter: not only that, but fires threatened the various farms these restaurants were coming from. now with the fires contained -- >> tourists need to know things are still going and support those restaurants. >> reporter: just a block away from his 3-star kitchen, corey lee is picking up another michelin star for his institute
of art. >> i don't even think about it as a restaurant. it's a project that involves food. >> while he makes his own creations, this is a star place for chefs. >> it's kind of fitting the institution has its own star. >> reporter: when they're not visiting their own restaurants, they hope the tour will give people a good reason to head north. >> they need to go to sonoma. i think that's very important. >> jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. coming up, get your craziest and best costume on and join thousands of people in the annual costume
from last night's $40 million powerball drawing. 27, 35, 38, 57, 66. the powerball number 10. no one got all six numbers. wednesday night's jackpot now goes up to $52 million. happening now, people dressed up in their halloween costumes are running the costume dash 5k. it's an annual run through golden gate park that attracts thousands of people each year. here are some photos from last year's race. runners will hang out in the park after the 5k for a party and a costume contest. i guess they'll have sweaters or jackets or something like that today. >> don't need the sunglasses.
it will be pretty gray out there. in fact, the gray should last through midmorning, even late morning in some neighborhoods. looking at 71 later in fremont, 80 in livermore, 73 in napa. just upper 50s at the coast but that fog does pull away in the short term. the sea breeze kicks up. cooler today, even cooler tomorrow. for halloween, slightly warmer that lasts through the middle of the week. then we cool off thursday and get set for some rain friday and saturday. it looks like it will stick around for the first half of next weekend. all right. that's going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. bu carolyn tyler along with my ddargen. the news continues now on line, on twitter, facebook and instagram. the news continues at 5:00 p.m. have a great sunday. happy halloween. have a wonderful week ahead.
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