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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> you're next. those are the words an accused arsonist mouthed this morning at his first court appearance. 54-year-old marlon coy faces serious charges for the bear fire in the santa cruz mountains which ruined homes and injured firefighters. prosecutors say the suspect's message was aimed at them but they, too, have a message for him. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is live in santa cruz county courthouse in santa cruz. math? >> reporter: kristen, an intense morning in court this the arson suspect's bail set at
$100,000 bail. it's what he said in court that could get him into even more trouble. marlon coy came face-to-face with district attorney jeff rozell inside a santa cruz county courtroom this morning. and coy had a message. mouthing the words, you're next. rozell told us after the hearing he also had a message for coy, the man accused of starting the bear fire. bring it on. >> let's be honest, he lit a fire that caused an evacuation and burned 300-plus acres. that's not something that happens every day in this county. and it's arson. it's not an accident. and the message should be that we are going to come after you if you do those sort of things in this county with all the resources that we have, and we're going do everything we can to hold you accountable. >> reporter: coy faces 11 felonies from 3 separate cases prosecutors say could end up all being connected to the bear fire. four for arson, three for burglary and four for a shooting on september 28th. sheriff's investigators say coy
was in a relationship with the woman where the bear fire originated. investigators say they have three witnesses who saw it happen. coy was arrested october 17th for allegedly looting a house in the fire zone, and stealing jewelry. >> there was an ongoing dispute about various things. and in terms of any of the specifics, i think at this point it's probably not best to get into the specifics. >> reporter: if convicted on all the felonies, coy could face more than 20 years in prison. now, i did talk to the d. a.'s office. they're looking at the actions in court today by coy to see if they will file more charges related to threatening an officer of the court. reporting live in santa cruz, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> matt, thank you. cal fire is close to fully containing all of the fires in napa and snoeconoma counties. mandatory evacuation zones are cleared. most road blocks have been lifted. tu be,
tubbs and pocket fire 99% contained. the pocket fire burned more than 17,000 acres. the nuns fire is fully contained and burned more than 56,000 acres. the sonoma county sheriff says residents are transitioning to a new normal. new details on a concert fund-raiser to benefit fire victims. some residents, first responders and volunteers will be able to get tickets for free. metallica, the dave matthews band and oakland hip hop artist gez will perform november 9th at a trkt at&t park. they will cover 20% of seats in the stadium. officials say they're trying to balance ticket donations with raising as much money as possible. developing news in san francisco, a man has been arrested after police say he stabbed a safeway employee. it happened around 12:30 this morning at the store on 7th on the richmond district. police say the employee tried to stop the suspect from stealing. and the two got into a fight.
the suspect's dog bit employee several times, and that's when the suspect stabbed the employee in the back. that's what police say, anyway. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. antioch police are investigating a deadly shooting. it happened around 8:00 last night on pepper tree way. a few blocks south of antioch high school. one person was killed. police have not released any information about a possible suspect. happening today, the family of a 10-year-old boy injured on a water slide in dublin plans to file a lawsuit. video from our media partners at the bay area news group showing the boy getting thrown off of a slide in may at the wave water park. he was not seriously hurt. his parents' attorney says the lawsuit will include the water park, the city of dublin and the slide's manufacturer and contractor. starting tomorrow, get ready to pay more at the pump. the price of gas will go up 12 cents a gallon tomorrow because of the new state gas tax. diesel goes up 20 cents.
the money will go toward repairing our roads. >> that's crazy. that's -- i mean, i guess it's good for our roads i guess, but isn't there enough tax money that goes into the roads? >> i mean, the roads are bad right now. all over the bay area. they're really bad. so, 12 cents a gallon isn't going to hurt me too much if theyctually do someone with the money, so. >> the tax hike was approved in april. billion a for r.2 a ynd bridge repairs. and improvements to mass transit. electric vehicles won't have to pay more at the pump, of course, but owners will have to pay a $100 a year fee for road maintenance. this morning president trump is working to distance himself from three former advisers charged in the russia investigation. one pleading guilty to lying to the fbi. the question now is who george papadopoulos might bring down with him? here's abc news reporter serena marshall with the latest. >> reporter: special counsel
mrtllernontwe/o punchro making his first moves d first charges. into russia's alleged meddling in the preti desiial did you commit a crime? >> reporter: mueller charging paul manafort and his deputy rick gates with tax evasion, money laundering and fraud. barely an headquarter later a guilty plea from former trump campaign foreign policy adviser george papadopoulos. unsealed. he admitted to several interactions with a russian with significant tgosiernmeont and lo the fbi. the president reacting this morning on twitterri wng was n" and few people knew the young low-level volunteer pro nven te liar." that low-level volunteer in this picture from the president's instagram. shortly after tha meeting, then-candidate trump told the "washington post" -- >> george papadopoulos, he's an oil and energy consultant, excellent guy. >> reporter: on the campaign less than a month according to court filings, papadopoulos traveled to london and was
offered dirt on hillary clinton with thousands of e-mails by his egiaen nneecs.on reported those attempts to four senior campaign officials or advisers who offered encouragement with one telling him, great work. >> the end result is the meeting doesn't take place, there's no crime of collusion. >> reporter: today, russia's influence, though, will be front and center with silicon valley executives testifying on russia's social media ad buys during the election. facebook has now reveal russian-bought ads reached as many as 126 million users during the election. serena marshall, abc news, capitol hill. happening now, executives from facebook, google and twitter are testifying before congress on russia's use of social need media to influence 2016 election. facebook plans to tell the senate judiciary committee that 126 million of its users may have seen content produced and circulated by russian operatives. that's a lot more than it previously disclosed. these are images of some of the ads. google will say russian troll
farms bought $4,700 in uploaded over 1,100 videos to youtube. happening today, san francisco's supervisors will consider a resolution calling on congress to bring impeachment proceedings against president trump. it points to his firing of former fbi director james comey. the trump campaign's ties to russian interests and the president's financial interests. richmond, oakland, alameda and santa cruz have already passed similar resolutions. new this morning, the white house has released the official portraits of president trump and vice president mike pence. first up is president trump. the portraits were produced by the u.s. government publishing office. take a look there. they'll now be distributed to federal facilities all across the country. let's also look at vice president pence's portrait. this one here. if you like to get a copy of either of these, you will be able to soon. the white house plans to make them available to sell to the public. happening today, the 49ers
will formally introduce their new quarterback jimmy garoppoga. garoppolo served as tomorrow brady's backup and has thrown for 690 yards, 5 touchdowns, zero interceptions in 17 games. the 49ers are holding a press conference at levi stadium this afternoon and tweeted this morning "it's official, welcome to the family." costume controversy this halloween. the colin kaepernick-inspired getup that has a police chief issuing an apology. more fallout for harvey weinstein, from new allegations to the new way he's being pushed out of hollywood. we've got the details just in on the heels of that sex scandal. and get readyfor holiday shopping. how best buy is making it easier to beat the rush this year. and good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. going to take a look at your halloween forecast hour by hour and then trend ahead to what's going to happen once the gate opens, it looks like a series of
a halloween costume of colin kaepernick has officials at the university of nevada reno saying sorry. abc 7's jessica castro shows us the social media post sparking all the controversy. >> hi, kristen, yes, now the police chief at the university of nevada reno is apologizing, this all comes after one of his officers dressed up as former
49er collin kaepernick for halloween. i want to show you here, it was first reported by the "reno gazette journal." i'm going to zoom in here to the photo in question that sparked a debate on social media. see the university police there, the officer in the knphoto nexto a man in a wig, a painted beard, false nose and a sign that says "will stand for food." he said, "i offer my sincere apo apologies and said "members of our profession are held to a higher standard and denigrating another on or off duty is incensensitive on its lack of respect or how others may negatively view their actions." kaepernick ignited the national anthem controversy in pro sports when he chose to kneel. kaepernick went to unr. i'm jessica castro, abc 7 news. >> jessica, thank you. new details in the harvey weinstein scandal. london police are reportedly investigating sexual harassment claims made by seven women.
according to british media, the incidents allegedly took place from the early '80s to 2015. the news comes one day after the producers guild of america banned weinstein for life. his representative says the oscar-winning producer denies all allegations of nonconsensual sex. a new development in the kevin spacey scandal. netflix just announced it's suspending production on "house of cards" which is filming its sixth season right now. netflix had already previously said the upcoming season would be the show's last. it stresses that the decision to end the drama was made before the spacey scandal, but says it's deeply troubled by the claims. spacey's accused of making sexual advances on a minor 30 years ago. he's the star in one of the executive producers on "house of cards." the calendar says halloween, the retail jichil giants are ge ready for their holiday. a sneak peek at some of the deals around the corner for black friday and which retailer
will give you first dibs. a live look from our east bay hills camera. meteorologist mike nicco is tracking warmer temperatures today for halloween. his trick-or-treating forecast is right after 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?
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a lot of people in san francisco look like they're ready to go trick-or-treating. abc 7 news was on market street. we saw jack from jack in the box. and other various characters and animals. we certainly want to extend a big thank you to all the abc 7 news viewers who have already shared with us how they're getting into the halloween spirit. we especially love all the cute kids. our newsroom is just getting flooded with adorable pictures of ghosts, goblins, superheroes
and more and giant grapes. these are just some of the pictures we've gotten so far, so we'll add to the gallery all day. so it's not too late for you to share. i just saw a -- oh, my gosh. a little pumpkin. he was a yoda back when he was a baby sitting in the pumpkin patch. post a photo or video, share it on social media using #abc7. news and may show it on air online at abc7news.com. >> i hear his right arm is pretty strong, too. >> thanks. you're too kind. you want to share pictures of your college-aged kids? not as cute as the little ones, right? >> i think they'll dress up as basketball fans. kansas has a basketball game tonight. >> good luck to kansas. >> how does it look here for the trick-or-treaters? >> looks great. a little cool. don't get me wrong. threatened by wet weather before. we've had it be hot at some point. not tonight. in fact, temperatures at 6:00 on your halloween planner, 55 at the coast. 62 to 65 around the bay. we drop to the mid to upper 50s
by 7:00. mid 50s by 8:00. we search for the great pumpkin and ghoulish gangs of older kids will still be out trick-or-treating at 9:00. 51 h 54. here's the way it looks from suit row tower. more sunshine as we promised, calmer and warmer today. it will stay this way through at least thursday. then two storms at least friday through monday. i was looking at the medium-range models. there's still a couple more storms after that. so we could have a very active first few weeks of november. all right. temperatures today, see the 70s returning inland. about 67 to 71 there. about 65 to 67 around the bay. 59 to about 62 along the coast into san francisco. tonight, a little more cloud cover. but it's going to be the form of some fog up across the north bay coast into the north bay valleys and right around the golden gate. temperatures from 42 in sachnta rosa. low 50s around antioch and san francisco. storm impact scale, the storms will be fairly, i wouldn't say
weak, they're not going be very strong. they're going to be light. how about we put it that way? they'll bring us occasional rain and downpours. half inch to an inch for most of us through monday. little breezy at times which will take away some of the leaves that are starting to turn their beautiful colors. all right. here we go friday morning. this is after we have a chance for light rain friday after the sunset, thursday night after the sunset. through friday morning. scattered drizzle and light rain. that will be the case through most of friday then steadier rain at least according to this model goes through friday night into saturday morning then into the early afternoon hours it exits down in the south bay. leaving us pretty clear until about noon sunday. and then noon all the way through the evening hours, another batch of some steady rain. that will continue through monday's morning commute. that entire time is going to be snowing in the sierra. this used to be the weather the two models. mow it's the drier. in the first round of rain, about a quarter to a half inch. maybe a little bit more up in the north bay. when all is said and done, a half inch to about an inch and a half from the south bay to the north bay.
other model is starting to trend a little bit wetter. so, those are our medium-range models. our short-range models will start picking up on this storm or these storms tomorrow. we'll get a much better detail on hour-by-hour and how much rain to expect. right now wooee'll keep pa 1 fo friday, saturday, sunday, monday. temperatures in 50s and 60s after saturday and sunday. >> thanks a lot, mike. it's halloween as you know. some retailers are looking ahead to holiday shopping. bestblackfriday.com gets its hands on black friday ads before they're officially released by stores. kohl oorks s kohl's is the first major leak. will open at 5:00 a.m. thanksgiving day one hour earlier than last year. inch smart tv for $499 or samsung blue ray player for $129. best buy offering free shipping for the holiday shoppig season. electronics chain says it's waiving the $35 minimum needed
for free shipping. the offer runs from now to december 25th and also expanding its same-day delivery service to more than 30 markets including some parts of the bay area. it was halloween madness on "live with kelly and ryan." did you see it? coming up next, we'll show you the countless costumes plus one tricky transformation.
bay area traffic is bad, right? all trick, no treat. a new study find it's not the worst in the nation. a human resource consulting firm based in menlo park surveyed workers from 27 major u.s. cities to determine how long people spend commuting. turns out drivers in san francisco spent about an hour a day in traffic. the city ranks number two in the nation. number one spot goes to washington, d.c.. it beat san francisco by all of one minute. d.c. drivers spend a little more than an hour commuting to work each day. coming up on abc 7 news at 4:00, right-wing fire brand milo yunappolis coming to a california campus. those who oppose his views have something planned. using garlic in your next meal, the one thing you should do before cooking with it tonight on abc 7 news at 5:00.
it's halloween. this morning a tricky transformation on "live with kelly and ryan." ♪ look what you just made me do ♪ ♪ look what you made me do ♪ look what you just made me do ♪ ♪ look what you just made me do ♪ >> oh, the swap is always good. love it. kelly ripa and ryan seacrest switched identities for the show. they wore more than 70 costumes including boom, wonder woman, and guardians of the galaxy. there was also an elaborate halloween contest. audience members walked away with $10,000 in prizes. which one's your favorite? they have so many good ones, right? abc 7 news is helping you get into the halloween spirit. we have posted this animated badge on our abc 7 news facebook page. go there and share it. and while you're on your facebook page, find a full list of spooktacular events happening today wheryoe ke , righstt, keep
your little ones bundled up fer trick-or-treatg. once bun sesoe d in thest wa,rm candy. have to watch, make sure they slow down and watch out for the cars, too. >> yeah, i'm getting my little one glow in the dark -- >> exactly. glow sticks. >> glow bracelets. exactly. stay safe. happy halloween from all of us at abc 7 news. thanks for joining us. >> see you in november.
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