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. fights, theft and chaos nearly shut down a popular theme park. the stepped up security tonight to ensure a happy and safe halloween. good evening, everybody, i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. we're talking about cell that almost shut down the theme park. >> we're joined from great america where there are even more police. >> reporter: halloween haunt goes on for a couple more hours, but so far so good. no sign of the types of problems that arose last night. hall haunt appears to be as popular as ever. last night around 10:45 p.m.,
police received reports of fights, one captured on video by a park guest. they also received reports of cell phone thets. one victim was told by an officer, there were as many as 50 phones stolen. >> it was really rowdy. >> reporter: she had been wanting to go with her friends, but her mom wouldn't let her, fearing just the kind of thing that happened last night. >> i've heard this kind of stuff happens too much. i'm just too cord about that. so, i made them go to the pumpkin fest today during the day, when it's much safer. >> reporter: santa clara police say ten officers were called in to help. in the end, they made only two arrests. they believe most of the perpetrators knew each other. there were about 100 and had scattered by the time officers arrived. investigators are reviewing security video. parents who drove their kids tonight, were comforted more police officers were called in to work. pete gave his son advice.
>> remain aware and keep close to his friends and know where the authorities are if you had to, you know, report anything. >> reporter: great america issued only a brief statement that said in part, quote, the safety 6 our guests are our top priority. abc7 news. the tubbs, nun and pocket fires are all 98% contained tonight. cal fire expects 100% containment this week. there's new arrests of a man and woman accused of looting last night. his name is jonathan leon lee conner from monterey cand was using someone's i.d. he and christina mavr marsh stole a flat-screen tv and then stole a pickup truck. tonight police are searching for a gunman who killed a man in discovery bay. it happened in a residential
area on wilde drive. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has our story. >> it's shocking. our heart goes out to that young family. >> reporter: neighbors are sundayed by a violent crime in their quiet neighborhood. friends take flowers and food to the home of a grieving family. a 48-year-old husband and father gunned down early sunday. >> we heard. it was like boom, boom, boom, boom. like, right after -- like, it was -- >> reporter: how many shots? >> five. >> reporter: ryan holtz heard the gunshots. >> then we heard them leaving. >> the victim appears to be someone walking around his own neighborhood. >> reporter: police say the man was shot multiple times on wilde drive. a group of men and one woman in their late teens or early 20s were riding through the neighborhood in two cars. a disturbance over speeding may have led to a confrontation with one of the drivers. >> from what i heard is the gentleman had thrown a cup of ice at him and said, slow down, but they so happened to make
around around the block and came back and shot him. >> reporter: the victim died at the scene. melissa saw two cars way from the shooting. >> i saw a silver sports car with its lights on, following it was a red sports with its lights off. >> reporter: the sheriff's department confirms looking for a newer gray dodge challenger or ford mustang and red mitsubishi eclipse. >> we've lost a great sense of security and tranquility here. this is very shattering to all of us. >> the sad part is he wasn't in the wrong, you know, as far as telling people to slow down because there are -- people do fly through here. >> reporter: police reviewing video of the shooting possibly captured by home security cameras. in discovery bay, cornell bernard, abc7 news. kevin spacey is not only apologizing for a decade's old accusation of sexual harassment, he also came out as being gay. anthony rapp made the accusation
in an interview with buzzfeed, saying spacey made an inappropriate sexual advance to him in 1986 where at the time rapp was just 14 years old and spacey was 26. spacey says he doesn't remember that incident but in a tweet, spacey did apologize saying if he did behave in the way rapp has described, spacey went on to explain that he is currently living as a after having relationships in the past with both men and women snup oakland a's catcher bruce maxwell is out of an arizona jail after accused of pointing a gun at a woman who was delivering food to his home. the video just in showing maxwell walking out of jail tonight. a reporter asked him to explain what happened, he said no comment. earlier today he faced a judge on aggravated assault with a deadly weapons charge. the judge ruled he could be released on $2,000 bond and stay away from all weapons and undergo alcohol testing. police did not say what caused him to pull the weapon. he made headlines last month
wen he became the first and only major league baseball player to kneel during the national anthem. the a's team says they're disappointed to learn of the allegations and gathering information from the proper authorities before making further comment. most members of a houston texans knelt when the national anthem was played before today's game against the seattle seahawks. the texans' display of solidarity was played after bob nair made a statement, saying, quote, we can't have the inmates running to prison. we may learn tomorrow morning the first dpiment in robert mueller's investigation into russian meddling in last year's presidential election. at least one arrest is expected. abc news tells us more. >> reporter: sources tell abc news we may see the first arrest as soon as monday in the criminal investigation led by
robert muler in russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion. >> most people know there were no russians in our campaign. there never were. we didn't win because of russia. we won because of you. >> reporter: president trump has never acknowledged the findings of 17 u.s. intelligence agencies that russia interfered with the election to benefit him. indictments and one arrest appears imminent. abc news has confirmed a senior prosecutor from robert mueller's team was at the federal courthouse in washington friday. sources tell abc news the grand jury has approved charges. there's no shortage of trump's inner circle who has faced they're own dealings with russia and those we don't know about. trump tweeted, the dems are using this terrible and bad for our country witch hunt for evil politics. the first may indicate in which direction the criminal investigation is heading. >> the fact the president can pardon any of these people, at
least on any federal crime, doesn't mean necessarily on a state crime, but on the federal crime means they can be thinking, feeling, you know what, if i get indicted, that's okay. >> reporter: richard cantu, abc news. one of the world's premiere medical centers showed off its newest building. abc7 news was in palo alto. today it included a new liver transplant recipient and her parents. >> it's truly a focus on the family. it's really disruptive, really difficult and scary when you have a child in the hospital, for them and for the parent. new rooms are very big and they're great for the whole family to stay. >> young patients and siblings can enjoy play stations around the hospital. the new building is connected to the existing children's hospital in stanford. it is opening in december. much more ahead on abc7 news at 11:00.
you don't hear this every night. >> coming together to make a coffin. the east bay neighborhood tonight that's not letting thieves ruin their halloween. aitem air finally arrived this weekend. tomorrow we're tracking even cooler air afshing and the potential for several days of rain. i'll explain in the accuweather forecast ahead. i'm happy to be out of the boxing gym right now. also a bay area boxing legend speaks for the first time since announcing he's retiring. later a world series thriller. fans on the edge of their seats for more tan five hours. we have all the highlights from maybe the craziest baseba
hundreds of people get a chance to enjoy one family's halloween tradition but this year they needed a little cheering up. >> alyssa harrington joins from el . >> reporter: this isn't just a regular halloween display. every piece is handmade from scratch. the woman that lives here was very upset when she walked outside and found one of her favorite decorations had been stolen. rhonda rogers' hallowee display is an annual tradition that attracting hundreds of trick or treaters. but this year something's missing. this hole is where the centerpiece -- >> it was half size a normal coffin. >> reporter: a wooden coffin with a monster hanging out used to be. >> stood up to here. >> reporter: someone stole it.
>> it's wrong. someone took grave robbing to a higher extent. >> reporter: rhonda says it was the best part of the display, something she spent hours on. all the decorations in her front yard from the grave stones to the ghouls are handmade. >> it makes you mad and more than anything it hurts our feelings because we do this for everybody out here. and it just takes some punk to kind of ruin it. ruin the spirit. >> reporter: the coffin disappeared some time over the weekend. rhonda says the thief also tried to steal her spooky tree, but it's wired into the ground. now days before halloween, some friends, including brian sanders, got together and build and paint a new coffin. >> this isn't easy. >> reporter: he does not understand why someone would steal from them. maybe it was a prank. even though they fixed the display, he hopes the grave robbers, so to speak, returns the original coffin.
>> it would be nice if someone return it to us. >> reporter: abc7 news. >> if you needed a good pre-halloween scare, this was the place to be. >> abc7 news was in alameda for the last day of the rec and parks teen annual haunted house. middle and high school students put together a frightening version of a school with scary surprises around every corner. this is the 14th year for the event. all of the money raised goes to alameda youth committee and rec and parks teen programs. one of the east bay's greatest homegrown athletes spoke publicly today for the first time since abruptly retiring. abc7 news was inside hayward mall when andre ward signed autographs. he described how he's staying in boxing without getting back into the ring. >> to a lot of guys, my none is
always open and available for them. that's probably as far as i'm going to get to a boxing ring is broadcasting and management. >> the 33-year-old ward retired undefeated with a record of 32 wins, no losses. klay thompson's shooting skills will do a lot of good for the north bay fire victims. tonight the warriors' star finished his points with purpose campaign. it's a pledge to donate $1,000 to the fire victims for each point he scored for three home games. thompson led the team with 29 points tonight against the detroit pistons, adding $29,000 to the donation for a grand total of $69,000. he's also raised more than $300,000 from his fans online. the warriors did lose tonight. we'll see what happens coming up in sports. north bay fires, though, approaching 100% containment and the weather has been cooperating lately. let's find out more about the temperatures from drew tum ma. >> it's been great in the north bay, we have the numbers continuing to rise. and with rain in the forecast,
mother nature is only going to help out even more. live doppler 7 along with satellite, today we had that fog just clinging to the coast. a similar story tonight. that has ushered in a deeper marine layer. the picture outside atop pier 15, yeah, showing you the san francisco skyline, it is chopped in half, so to speak. with that marine layer deepening tonight, i would expect, especially along the coast, a little drizzle to develop. that could last even for the morning commute. its all about that trick or treat forecast we have for those folks. this mummy always reminds me of shu as he dances like that. he's a very good dancer. sun goes down at :12 in the evening on tuesday. dry skies. it will be a chilly night. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. that's what we expect this time of year. get out of here. we'll talk about the rain moving into the forecast by friday night and into the weekend. right now, numbers in the 50s. 53, currently in san francisco.
55 in hayward. 58 in san jose. san rafael at 48 degrees. overnight tonight, numbers won't fall too far from where we are right now. the bigger story is the coastal drizzle developing in spots like half moon bay, even points in the north bay. 52 the low in richmond. 49 in fairfield. those are your starting temperatures out the door the fog will be very slow to pull back to the coast. along with that, some high clouds streaming in from time to time throughout the afternoon. it's not a totally sunny day and it will feel like an autumn crisp day with temperatures only in the 50s and 60s. you'll also notice a breeze is going to kick up. about 10 to 20 miles per hour in the afternoon. that's going to help to usher in the cooler temperatures to round out the day on monday. then take a look at chances of rain as you go through the next seven days. staying zero through thursday and then that chance rapidly rises as you get into friday. those showers that we're forecasting will likely linger into saturday and sunday as well.
the storm impact exclusively at abc7, we rank our storms from one to five, light to severe. gives you a better idea of what to expect with each and every storm during the storm season. the one approaching for friday, light, isolated down pours, half an inch is what we're looking at at higher amounts are likely in the hills. let's time this out. friday morning, future weather thinking the best chance along the coast and in the north bay. what we'll see happen is a weak ripple of energy will move in by saturday morning. it will bring those showers more widespread across the rng. this is next weekend, saturday, 6:00 in the morning. it's green on your screen indicating that rain likely across the entire region. the early call, the weekend does not look to be a washout. likely getting a break the second half of saturday. and then another round of showers moves in on sunday. by sunday evening, likely tracking more rain moving throughout region. good idea, download the accuweather app. can you track the rain as it
approaches later this week and into the weekend. accuweather seven-day forecast. a crisp fall day on monday. sunshine continues by wednesday. increasing clouds thursday. then we track that chance of rain first in the north bay and on and off for everybody saturday and sunday. right now it's a 1 on the storm impact scale. those numbers could change as we get closer to the event. >> i get a kick out of that junior shu mummy. >> i like the way you got rid of him because he doesn't listen to that in real life. >> thank you. next at 11:00, who let this villain into
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there, a slight scare earlier this afternoon in oracle as the man dressed as jigsaw killer from the new movie slowly rode his try cycle into the arena. greatest three-point shooter in history, riding a trike. can you see draymond green having a good laugh as he watch his teammate. he also told steph he thinks he has too much time on his hands. >> he's just jealous his costume isn't as good. >> what was his costume? i didn't see it. >> there you go. >> what do you think? >> that's classic steph. if there was a 13-year-old that had $200 million, that's him right there. >> can and can shoot from 35 feet. >> yeah. unfortunately, the game didn't work out like he wanted. warriors game was like entrance
this has been the home run in baseball with 22, seven in game five tonight alone. 25 runs scored tonight in the second longest game in world series history at 5 hours, 1 minutes. series tied two apiece. game five in houston. dodgers led in the fourth until gurriel with a two-run shot. 7-4, l.a. bottom five, altuve, another three-run shot. astros trying to extend their
lead. korea, two-run homer. puig homered in the nooibt to make it a one-run game. two outs, taylor with a single. 12-12, extras. bragman to left off jansen. fisher rounding third. a play at the plate. astros win it 13-12, taking a 3-2 series lead back to l.a. are you kidding me? >> we went down 4-0 early. altuve, correa, yuli, we're behind the mound and said, our backs are against the wall, have fun and play loose. >> what a series this has been. once again turnovers are their achilles heel, season h h 26. do you haves have 16 turnovers in every game this year. second quarter, durant to the rack, throwdown.
and a 14-point lead in the third but detroit sfinishes on an 18-4 run. toliver beats the buzzer. pistons up one after three. durant the three. takes it strong. he had 28. then drawing three defenders, dishes to klay thompson. he had 29. lead down to four. they couldn't get any closer. tobias harris, look at the arc on that three. he had 16. season high 26 turnovers, leading to 33 points. avery bradley the steal and the finish. pistons win it 115-117. they get the clippers tomorrow night in l.a. >> teams are coming after us every single night. we know that. we're getting everybody's best shot. and if you don't match that type of energy and play with some intelligence and some discipline, you're not going to win. >> every night it's something different. so, i think we focus on one thing and forget about the next.
accused of obstructing justice to theat the fbinuclear war, and of violating the constitution by taking money from foreign governments and threatening to shut down news organizations that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer, and like you, i'm a citizen who knows it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less. yet today people in congress and his own administration know that this president is a clear and present danger who's mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons.
a fire started around 8989: it under control but the crews are staying on the scene. pg & e crews are headed to the scene as we speak. investigators say the house next door caught on fire. no one was hurt. we'll stay on top of this story and get you any major updates in the morning on abc7 news. our app, just enable the push alert. good evening, i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. in hours the first arrests could come with the trump collusion investigation. sources confirm to abc news that special counsel mueller's team has filed the first criminal charges in the russia investigation. former u.s. attorney preek barrera says he thinks they'll
be watching president trump's response tomorrow. >> i would like if donald trump has reaction and talks in a way that could be used against him in the future, because bob mueller would do that. second thing i would look at is to see if the president of the united states is sending some kind of message to the potential defendant or other witnesses. that's in two categories. one, is he sending a message of intimidation in some way through himself or his cohorts suggesting people should not be talking and keep their mouth shut, which happens from time to time. the second thing is if he sends a message of reassurance. >> mueller could hand down the first indictments as soon as tomorrow. next to the growing questions tonight about an inmate who vanished from a west virginia jail, making it almost all the way to mexico. surveillance images captured him escaping in street clothes. a disguise they'r to get stot bottom of tonight.nge yi abc news reporter eva pilgrim
has that story. >> reporter: tonight the big question, how did this happen? a west virginia inmate dressed in plain clothes casually walking out of jail. guards not realizing he was missing until two days later. u.s. marshals tracking down 42-year-old todd boyes more than 400 miles away in laredo, texas, and trying to cross the rio grande into mexico. >> this is either an inside job or out and out incompetence. >> reporter: he was supposed to be in court and by then a massive manhunt was under way. these security videos show him at 6:00 in khaki pants and dark pullover as he left this jail. despite multiple head counts, officials say jail staff didn't notice he was missing until 7:00 thursday night, 37 hours later. but this lawyer says jail staff
knew sooner than that. he says he alerted jail officials himself after his client, another inmate at the jail, told him about the escape. >> i had to let the jail know that somebody had escaped from charlie 5. >> reporter: the same thing they are investigating the escape. so far, four prison guards have been suspended without pay. eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. people misplace them all the time. usb memory sticks. one found on a street in london contains some top secret information about keeping world leaders safe. british police say the stick held files detailing queen elizabeth's route to heathrow airport. other files marked restricted and confidential describe security procedures at the airport for visiting world leaders. heathrow airport is reviewing its security plans now following the breach. puerto rico tonight has scrapped that controversial contract with a montana company to get the power back on the island. the $300 million deal with whitefish energy and the
aftermath of hurricane maria in the spotlight for days. will it slow down the recovery even further? abc news reporter victor has the story. >> reporter: tonight a shock announcement from the governor of hurricane-battered puerto rico. >> i have asked the board of the power authority to invoke the cancellation clause in the contract immediately. >> reporter: that contract with whitefish energy could soon be scrapped after revelations the montana power company had just two employees when it was awarded a massive $300 million contract to restore power across the island. and that trump administration interior secretary ryan zinke hails from the same town the company is based in. zinke denying any involvement with the deal. whitefish tonight saying it's disappointed in the decision to cancel. >> you live right here but you're in your car for air conditioning. >> yes. >> reporter: five weeks after hurricane maria and 70% of the island still in darkness. american citizens suffering in swelters heat.
we were there watching these parents using strips of cardboard to cool off their toddlers. these families sitting outside late into the night to stay cool. right now just 29.7% of customers in puerto rico have power, just shy of the projected 30% benchmark for tomorrow, october 30th, that the governor announced earlier. but in question the november 15th deadline of 50% and 95% of power being restored by december 15th. the governor insisting those benchmarks will be met even without whitefish. the head of the agency that manages electricity on the island says the cancellation could delay work for 10 to 12 weeks. puerto rico is reaching out to new york to send workers down to the island to restore the grid and get it back up and working. jenle apple and tasha hugged as "uss ashley" docked in
okinawa, japan. their houseboat went off course during a storm. they were supposed to be on an 18-day journey from hawaii until th t tahi tahiti. >> the crew of the "uss ashland" saved our lives. not from the ocean, but from the vessel that was trying to render assistance to us. had they not been able to locate us, we would have been dead within 24 hours. >> they called the crew of "the uss ashland" amazing and said they were honored to be on board the warship. next at 11:00, one big visitor to an alabama neighborhood. tonight this massive hog may still be on the loose. and screams and scares, but this haunted house is also delivering a special message this halloween. i'm meteorologist drew tuma.
well, if you spent any time in the south, you know it's not unusual to see feral hogs but this guy would surprise anybody. talk about your porkers. look at him. >> that's a lot of bacon. >> a woman spotted this giant hog roaming around a neighborhood in eastern alabama. stopped to take a video and snap a few pictures. it's unclear if the hog was feral. >> oh, my goodness. so nonoma county was hit ha by the fires but one community is using halloween spirit and determination to make it stronger. this week i went into a not so haunted house. >> reporter: this is the ninth year in roanoke park but it holds special meaning for this
community. as you walk through the haunted hall ways of blind scream, yes, there will be screams, scares and terror, but nothing compared to the real terror of the north bay fires. >> glowing orange, red. >> reporter: the blaze broke out days into the season, affecting so many actors, volunteers and workers that make this haunted house possible. >> some families we know have lost their homes. and tfsz really hard for us to know how to move forward. we decided it was very important for us to try to keep some sort of normal holiday traditions alive. >> reporter: so as the saying goes, the show must go on. this spooky show acting as an escape, not just for the actors but for thes as well. >> it's a good release from everything that's been going on. >> reporter: part of the ticket proceeds are going to north bay relief fund to help the rebuilding, but already using fake blood, costumes and a
surprise flash mob, this community is already rising from the ashes. >> i ate dion lim because i hate her. abc7 news. >> that dude was scary. >> a friend of yours? >> he ate me. >> it is time to check the forecast from meteorologist drew tuma. >> that was fantastic. let's talk about weather and tomorrow afternoon it's going to feel like a crisp fall day. temperatures will struggle to get out of the 60s. highs tomorrow, breezy in the after, 10 to 0 miles an hour. about 66 in oakland. we are tracking some rain starting friday through the weekend. upcoming next weekend. widespread, half of an inch is possible. accuweather forecast shows a quiet start to the weekend and track rain friday into the next weekend. >> what have you been wanting to say?
accused of obstructing justice to theat the fbinuclear war, and of violating the constitution by taking money from foreign governments and threatening to shut down news organizations that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer, and like you, i'm a citizen who knows it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less. yet today people in congress and his own administration know that this president is a clear and present danger who's mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons. and they do nothing. join us and tell your member of congress that they have a moral responsibility to stop doing what's political and start doing what's right.
touchdown and two picks. 17-0, eagles. bethard to ba rita. wentz two tds finds alshon jeffery. wentz leads the league with 19d td passes. eagles 7-1. 33-10, your final. >> got to be strong mind wanted. you can't get caught up in that record and all those things. it's something we're extremely disappointed about. but swelling on it and thinking about it in the past doesn't help us in the future. >> how do you react and how do you act in the locker rook, on the practice field when you're 0-8? you find out a lot about guys. >> raiders a ten-day break facing buffalo. second quarter, oakland up seven. tyrod taylor flushed out of the pocket finding andre holme for the six-yard touchdown. ties the game at seven.
43 seconds left in the half. raiders in their own territory, derek carr dumps it off to washington who coughs it up to matt ma lan notice going 40 yards for the touchdown. washington would make up for it in the fourth, his first career td catch, four yards from carr who had two picks. buffalo up 27-14. mccoy would seal the deal with his 48-yard touchdown run. he ran all over the defense. 27 carries, 151 yards. raiders drop to 3-5. buff slow now 4-0 at home. 34-14 that final. >> we can't get high and low with this game because it's this close. the margin is too close. each man needs to look at it and say, what can i do better and keep working because ets the only way you get out of this. when it falls apart is when people start turning on each other and i don't believe we have that. >> the raiders will stay in
florida as they take on miami next week. week eight around the nfl, not good news for our local team. let's check in our our plays of the day. across the pond between browns and vikings. vikings drop the browns to 0-8. back in the states, cam newton and panthers beat tampa bay, lone td pass to benjamin with the leaping grab. 17-3 that final. he is a seminole. falcons escaped monsoon season in new york, beating jets thanks to this mohamed sanu touchdown. bengals trailed indianapolis the entire game but carlos dunlap knocks down the brissett pass, goes in for the score. bengals improve 6-4 with a 24-23 victory. chargers had a three-game win streak snapped in new england. muffs the punt, runs into his
own end zone and tackled for a safety. cowboys beat washington 33-19d. elliott, 150 yards and two tds. houston a shootout against seahawks. watson, rookie record, 19 tds in first seven games, four today. russell wilson threw for 452 yards, 4 tds, let his team on a three-play, 80 yard drive. on sunday night football, steelers with a win over detroit thanks to this 97-yard touchdown from ben roethlisberger on third and nine. are you kidding me? nearly runs out of gas. running this one in. that's a long way to run in shoulder pads. those are your plays of the day. this abc7 sports report brought to you by river rocca seen notice. let's talk about that world series. four hours, 52 minutes, second longest game ever.
they already had over 100 home runs in the postseason. houston could come back now and clinch it tuesday night. it will be an interesting series the rest of the way. >> a lot of people will be tired when they get to work in the morning. >> that is true. >> it's a good excuse. >> giants fans are loving it when houston goes up 3-2. nice that you read about running that far in shoulder pads. >> because i never did. >> that's it for tonight. >> on behalf of all of us a
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