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brett kavanaugh's roommate from yale talks today with "abc
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7 news" reporter wayne freedman. hear why he backs the story of the second woman to accuse the supreme court justice nominee of sexual misconduct. a big business deal for the east bay. tonight live in oakland exploring what pandora's multi-billion dollar sale could mean for this community. plus, what is next for the 49ers now that we know quarterback jimmy garoppolo suffered a season-ending injury. live where you live, this is "abc 7 news." you are looking live at the campus of uc berkley where a rally is wrapping up just now with people who want to see brett kavanaugh's nomination to the supreme court defeated. new information released today about the multiple women now accusing him of sexual assault. could play a role in the result. good evening. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. we are getting a lot more information about brett kavanaugh and his accusers. two women publicly accused kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, christine blasey ford and palo alto and deborah ramirez.
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>> the supreme court nominee denied blasey ford accusation he assaulted her. he also denied an accusation by a second one, deborah ramirez, who says he exposed himself to her in college. tonight we are hearing from kavanaugh and his wife in an interview in the story with martha mccollum on "fox news." >> we are talking about an allegation of sexual assault. i did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter, and the girls from the schools i went to and i were friends. >> you're saying through all of these years that are in question you were a virgin? >> that's correct. >> also coming out strongly, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. listen to what he said on the senate floor today. >> this is what the so-called resistance has become, a smear campaign, pure and simple. aided and abetted by members of
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the united states senate. i want to make it perfectly clear, mr. president, judge kavanaugh will be voted on here on the senate floor. >> just three days from now on thursday, september 27th, christine blasey ford is set to testify before the senate judiciary committee about her allegations against kavanaugh which date back decades. today we're getting a look at a letter she sent to senate judiciary chairman chuck grassley. she writes, quote, i will answer any questions you have. i have one motivation in coming forward, to tell the truth about what mr. kavanaugh and his friend mark judge did to me. ford added she is willing to meet one-on-one with senators to tell her story. grassley responded in a letter, describing himself as committed to fair and respectful treatment of you, as you've requested, and adding he looks forward to her testimony. concord congressman mark desonia joined us on "abc 7 news" at
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4:00 to share his perspective. >> the important thing is we have an investigation, we do due process for justice kavanaugh and the accusers and we respect them all and the process. there's a lot of bay area support for brett kavanaugh's two accusers, including one person that knows kavanaugh pretty well, his college roommate who lives right here in the bay area. >> we're also learning new details about what life has been like for dr. christine blasey ford since she went public. >> "abc 7 news" reporter wayne freedman joins us live from uc berkley where a rally to defeat kavanaugh's nomination has just wrapped up. wayne. >> reporter: it just wrapped up and it was loud, it was pointed and all in support of dr. blasey ford. they're seeing this as a pivot point. >> rape, assault, no. has got to go. >> reporter: this afternoon in sproul plaza, a cross section o about brett kavanaugh. >> i definitely believe the women and i made up my mind he is not fit for the supreme
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court. >> reporter: in what has become a protracted confirmation, any connection with kavanaugh's past now plays strongly into his future, hence the continuing focus on accuser christine blasey ford whose husband russell told "the washington post" that she received moving to new zealand when she learned of kavanaugh's potential nomination. among other new details he revealed to "the post" they're living in a hotel, the children are staying with friends. they've looked into security escorts for those kids. they have received death threats. her e-mail has been hacked and they met with the fbi on friday. this morning we spoke with james roche, brett kavanaugh's freshman roommate at yale in the fall of 1983. as he told "the new yorker" and elaborated with abc 7 that he was a, quote, notably heavy drinker, even by the standards of the time, and that he became aggressive and belligerent when he was very droek. he spoke in support of debbie ramirez who has become a second
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accuser. judge kavanaugh would have been 18 years old at the time. at his confirmation he has sworn under oath he never committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature. when we spoke with roche he said, i believe her to be unusually honest and straightforward. i cannot imagine her making this up. he also said, based on my time with brett, i believe he and his social circle were capable of the actions that debbie described. james roche said today he has no political agenda. he came forward today for one reason only, to support debbie ramirez. he said he's trying to do the right thing. he said this is not his story. at uc berkley, waynerema"abc 7 law school professor who spearheaded the recall of judge aaron persky is launching a political action committee to target politicians who commit or ignore sexual
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misconduct. michele dauber is calling her pack the enough is enough voter project and will aim to block lower level politicians from ascending to higher office. dauber led the campaign that ended with voters ousting judge persky over his sentencing of brock turner for six months in jail for sexual assault. we are getting word of a third woman accusing kavanaugh of sexual assault. attorney michael ah naughty who represents porn star stormed in her hush money case against president trump says he has a client who is accusing kavanaugh as well. ah naughty said she has had multiple security clearances from the u.s. government and witnesses will confirm her account. her name is expected to be released within the next two days. >> she is 100% credible, and when the american people hear from her they will determine as i have that she is to be believed. >> ah naughhe says she knew him
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high school but she attended a different school. she said she will take a lie detector test if kavanaugh agrees to the same. you can get alerts sent right to your phone. just download the "abc 7 news" app. another big story out of washington, the future for deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is murky after sources tell abc news he headed to the white house today expecting to be fired. that didn't happen. rosenstein is still on the job but his fate hangs in the balance as the man in charge of special counsel mueller's investigation, rosenstein has continued drying the ire of president trump. sources tell abc news he offered to resign over the weekend but couldn't agree to terms with the white house. he is now set to meet with president trump on thursday. starting today, the trump administration is imposing new 10% tariffs on $200 billion worth of chinese products. it is hundreds of items, everything from baseball gloves to network routers and food seasonings. china is striking back with its own tariffs on $60 billion worth
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of u.s. goods like auto parts and meat. overall, stocks dropped today because of the new tariffs. at the closing bell, the dow was down 181 points. the nasdaq saw a slight gain, and the s&p lost only 10. oakland-based pandora is being bought by sirius xm which the companies say will create the world's largest audio entertainment company. sirius stock plummeted more than 10%. lyanne melendez joins us live from oakland with a look at what it means for the east bay. >> reporter: you know, speaking of investments i can say that pandora certainly has invested a lot in oakland and in this area. now, one person said to me, you know, it is relationship between pandora and
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local businesses here. we don't know what is going to happen but people are concerned. founded in 2000, pandora has been a key player in rehabilitation of oakland's up town area. >> of course, they haven't said they with leaving, but if that were to happen my commitment would be to work with others to make sure that we fill that amazing space. >> reporter: words that the online music streaming company was sold to sirius xm came as a surprise to many local businesses. >> we need pandora to get by each and every day, the fact they're being sold is crazy. >> reporter: sirius xm is a satellite radio company based in new york. pandora has more listeners, 70 million, but only 5.6 million pay for the commercial-free subscription. pandora has 26 locations with more than 2,000 employees. gary fasay is a public relations and media professional who has seen companies downsize following an acquisition. >> it is always the way it is. everybody hates it but it is duplicity. somebody is already doing that job and it is a very stressful
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time for everyone. >> reporter: pandora said no to a requested interview, nor did they provide a statement. but an anonymous employee e-mailed me to say, quote, the atmosphere is toxic with the current news of the buyout. >> and if we don't have those businesses who are really invested in oakland as a community, we will be another san francisco and we -- we want to keep it oakland and be here and be real and be unique. >> reporter: uber backed out of its planned oakland headquarters just a few blocks away. instead, the company sold its huge building without ever moving any of its employees. and that employee who also contacted me said questions about job security went unanswered. mainly, that person said sugar-coating and fluff. in oakland, lyanne melendez, "abc 7 news." >> thank you. coming up next at 6:00, inside information about what to expect from tomorrow's ntsb hearing into what could have been a
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catastrophe at sfo when one airplane almost lands on top of other planes. . i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. parts of the pay area facing critical fire weather conditions. i will have more on the warning coming up. jimmy is a tough person. he will bounce back from this and he will be ready to go next year. >> next year, not next game. we are live at levi
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the family of the mother says she had recently filed paperwork to get full custody of her son. now, koso is believed to be in a 2012 black ford fusion. it has a license plate of california 8bdy 654. new at 6:00, the national transportation safety board is set to hold a meeting tomorrow to determine how an air canada jet nearly landed on a taxi way full of other planes at sfo last year. the jet was cleared the land on a runway, but instead lined up with a parallel taxi way which had four fully-loaded commuter jets on it waiting to take off. the air canada flight missed hitting one plane by just ten feet before aborting its landing. east bay congressman says sfo has already made improvements the avoid these near misses and there are several amendments in the faa reauthorization act that lawmakers will vote on this week. >> it requires the best technology to be improved, both in the coke pin and in the towers so there will be plenty of warning ahead of time when
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the technology realizes and sees that the pilot is not on the proper settings. >> the congressman says they're also looking at human factors like how people get distracted in the cockpit or the tower and what can be done to make sure it doesn't happen. well, you could hear the collective groan from san francisco 49ers fans today, right? >> yep. >> quarterback jimmy garoppolo has a torn acl and will be out the rest of the season. >> the team broke the bad news officially on twitter this afternoon and tweeted, join us in wishing jimmy g a speedy recovery. get well soon, number 10. we got your back. the injury happened in yesterday's game against the chiefs in kansas city. >> abc 7 reporter katie utehs joins us with a look forward from levi stadium in the south bay. katie. >> reporter: kristen, the '9ers didn't even bother to turn on the hallway lights at levi stadium leading to the press conference this afternoon. that was indicative of the mood of the team and fans. the coach says they're looking
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to bring up backup quarterback. >> start with injuries. >> reporter: a rough start to the week. >> jimmy, as you guys know, has a torn acl. >> reporter: as 49ers head coach kyle shanahan confirmed the news following this play in sunday's game. >> garoppolo escaping trouble. >> reporter: quarterback jimmy garoppolo run it is ball up the sideline. tweaks his knee, then takes a hit. a gut-wrenching scene for the faithful that resulted in a torn acl. >> watching him be carted off the field was incredibly depressing, too. he looked upset. our coach, kyle shanahan, looked upset. it was tough to watch. >> i know he was very disappointed. i know it is hard last night, it was hard today and it will be hard over the next few weeks, but jimmy is a tough person. he will bounce back from this and he'll be ready to go next year. >> reporter: in the meantime, backup quarterback c.j. will fill the starting role. >> c.j. is as tough and fearless as any quarterback i have been around. he has the arm talent to make every throw. he is extremely smart and i know he is the type of guy our team
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believes in also. >> reporter: while the acl tear ends jimmy g's season, fans say don't sideline the team just yet. >> the pieces around jimmy g is what, you know, created the momentum. i think if they keep within the game plan, they keep running the ball and do some conservative passing, you know, play good defense, they should be okay. >> reporter: it will be a week or two before jimmy g's knee is treated. they have to wait for the swelling to go down before they can do surgery. >> katie, before you go, you know, you mentioned the team will bring in some other quarterbacks to kind of try out, but there's one guy who fans really know, and we know he needs a job, colin kaepernick. what about him? >> reporter: well, that question was certainly asked today and the coach said, no, colin kaepernick's quarterback style simply doesn't align with the type of offense he's trying to run. kristen. >> all right. thank you, katie. "abc 7 news" meteorologist sandhya patel joins us now with a look at the forecast.
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>> yeah, eric and kristen, day temperatures in the low 60s at the beaches to the low 90s inland for most of you. there's reason for the widespread doppler 7 showing the fog sitting near the coast and that is what kept the temperatures in check near the beaches. we have a high fire danger for north and east bay his until 5:00 p.m. tomorrow. red flag warning are in effect due to a combination of very dry fuels, a north wind. right now it is about 15 to 16 miles per hour in the hills but it could gust as high as 35 overnight. humidity will remain low, five to 15%. so please be extra aware of your surroundings. from our east bay his camera we certainly have the marine layer in place. 60 degrees in san francisco. oakland is at 64. 70s from san jose to morgan hill. half moon bay, 67 degrees. sunshine as we look across the bay, and in the 70s. reamy comfortable in santa rosa and napa, but still hot in vacaville, 91. concord is right now at
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84 degrees. here is a look at the temperature trend for livermore. 82 is the average high. next couple of days, well above average for the inland areas, but it is going to be a sharp drop-off in the temperatures late in the week going into the weekend. so get ready for some changes. a live look from our kgo roof camera and it is breezy along the embarcadero which will keep you comfortable. fog near the coast overnight. high fire danger through tomorrow evening and autumn heat expected the new few days. a live look from our camera, air quality declining so a spare the air alert up for tomorrow. worst of the air quality, inland east bay and santa clara valley. tomorrow when you get going, watch out for the fog. it may be right down on the deck. upper 40s to upper 50s. you will need the extra layer to start the day, and for the afternoon i think a short sleeve will do it. 86 in san jose. 94 in gilroy and the south bay. 83 in redwood city but 68 in pacifica. you can download the accuweather
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app and track the temperatures. 90 in santa rosa. a warm one, 84 in fremont, 79 in oakland. inland areas hot, 93 in concord, 92 pleasanton, 94 in antioch. if it is too hot for you, wait until you see the changes starting on friday. cooler weather, and then saturday afternoon/evening may see a chance of a shower in the north bay. stay tuned. that's one computer model. accuweather seven day forecast, mild to hot tomorrow. we have autumn heat on wednesday with near 100 inland. 60s at the beaches. heat eases thursday. look how much cooler it is by friday. it is noticeably cooler with a slight chance of a few showers saturday. sunday, remaining below average, low 60s to upper 70s. kristen and eric. >> if you like the heat, these are the few days to savor. >> that's right. if you don't, wait until the end of the week. >> i'm waiting. all right, sandhya, thank you. >> thanks. well, today marked the first of three nationwide hearings on the trump administration's efforts to stop california from
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setting its own air pollution rules. we'll have the battle of
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with instant acceleration, electric cars are more fun to drive and more affordable than ever. electric cars are here. plug into the present. san francisco public officials kicked off 2018's transit week today by taking public transit to city hall. there officials also acknowledged the need for improvement. one bus though didn't show up,
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forcing senator scott wiener and others to walk to a nearby b.a.r.t station to make it to the press conference in time. the muni ride-along organizer said for them it wasn't a big deal, but so many others depend on public transit. >> what i experienced planning this ride-along is all too familiar for tens and thousands of people, single mothers who end up late picking up their kids, so the first generation college student who loses their job because they were late a third time, and we are working to fix that. >> we're told it took officials from each of san francisco's 11 districts nearly an hour to arrive using public transit. transportation officials also celebrated the approval of a new bill that could provide needed funds for public transit. governor brown signed ab-1184 last night. the bill will allow the city of san francisco to charge a fee to rideshare companies for each ride originated in san francisco. >> the excitement was so large, the first calls we got were l.a.
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and oakland wanting to come on board as well. >> the bill doesn't take effect just yet. it will be left to the voters actually, and it is set for the 2019 november ballot. happening now, the epa is holding the first of three nationwide hearings to strip states of the power to set emission standards. today's meeting is in fresno. under current law cars built starting in 2022 must be able to get 36 miles per gallon, but the environmental protection agency urged by the trump administration wants to lower that, setting a new standard to 30 miles per gallon by 2020. california officials argued revoking the state's ability to set their own emission standard is unconstitutional. the meeting is expected to go until 10:30 tonight. acres of grass could be transformed into a new ikea store in dublin. >> so say it will be nice, others a nuts answer. plus, the legal twist in a vallejo kidnapping case one
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live where you live, this is
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"abc 7 news." an already-bizarre 2015 crime, a kidnapping in vallejo, now has another twist. >> one day before the accused rapist and kidnaper was set to cross-examine his victim, he's requested a public defender instead. >> matthew mueller is serving a 40-year federal sentence for kidnapping. abc 7 reporter melanie woodrow has the story. >> reporter: the man accused of kidnapping and raping huskins was expected to cross-examine her and her husband tuesday. he changed his mind, requesting a public defender instead. >> this is a guy who is a premeditated, tldeliberate rapi, kidnapping. >> dan russo is quinn's attorney. he is serving a 40-year sentence for kidnapping her. vallejo police initially called
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the kidnapping a hoax. rousseau says quinn and huskins pushed the solano district attorney to file state charges after the federal case wrapped up. >> they made a brave choice, and they haven't made it for themselves. they made it for the community. it is not about revenge for them. it is about keeping this monster off the street. >> reporter: possible the kcase won't go to trial. >> i don't think there will be a deal short of a life sentence. if he gets a life sentence, that's all they want. >> reporter: the next hearing is scheduled for october. in vallejo, melanie woodrow, "abc 7 news." the venetia man suspected of being the nor cal rapist made his first court appearance today. roy waller was arraigned in sacramento on 12 kuntz of aggravated sexual assault in relation to an attack on two women in 2006. he was arrested last week after investigators say dna evidence
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tied him to the crime. police say the nor cal rapist is expect of at least ten assaults starting in 1991. in victim in that case and another assault in chico were in court today. >> it was incredibly important for me to be here to stand up for those who couldn't be here. >> i was the only one who saw his face for a really long time, and that's another reason why i wanted to come. i had seen his face when i was in fear. this time i get to see his face when he's in fear. >> waller is due back in court at the end of october and is expected to enter a plea. new at 6:00, the search for this san francisco man who reportedly stabbed his girlfriend while she slept this morning. the victim is okay and was able to tell police what happened. the search is on though for 27-year-old justin moe. he's from san francisco, but the attack happened in the blackwood canyon area near lake tahoe. he reportedly fled into the woods wearing a blanket but no shoes. a battle is brewing in the east bay city of dublin over a
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proposed ikea store. the city's planning commission will consider the project tomorrow night. on land already owned by ikea at the intersection of interstate 580 and hacienda drive. while some say they would welcome the popular store, opponents claim its popularity could cause big problems for their community. "abc 7 news" reporter laura anthony has the story. >> reporter: right now it is just 27 acres of dirt and grass right next to interstate 580 in dublin. but if ikea has its way, it would be the budget furniture chain's first new store in the bay area in 15 years. >> we've had over 800 e-mails come our way with suggestions on how to make the project better. we've spent quite a bit of time really getting to know the community. >> reporter: ikea spokesperson leticia bracy says the dublin store would be smaller than its predecessors in emeryville and east palo alto. >> 317,000 square feet, it would be the ikea store and 97,000 square feet of retail with about
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six acres of open space. >> reporter: opponents say it is all too much for their town, especially a franchise that's known to draw customers from far and wide by the tens of thousands. >> that's a lot of traffic that right now we're not dealing with. >> reporter: a civil engineer and resident of dublin. >> according to the document, they will attract around 18,000 vehicles on weekends. with that overflow is going to clog dublin boulevard and 580, and then it will become a nightmare. >> reporter: ikea claims it will do whatever is needed to mitigate the impact of an estimated 1,000 additional cars per hour. some here wonder if an ikea right here is the right fit for their town. >> dublin is full of strip malls and restaurants, and a lot of fast food restaurants. that's not what we want to be known for. >> reporter: the planning commission is expected to vote or the ikea project tuesday night. it would then move on for consideration by the full city council here next month.
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in dublin, laura anthony, "abc 7 news." there's a lot to watch tonight on abc 7 with back-to-back season premieres of "dancing with the stars" and "the good doctor." >> next, find out what to expect from the doctor himself, actor freddie and what is different this season. . you know how much battery life is left in your phone? there are eads ways to make
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with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future.
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zblfrmts it is a big night here on abc 7. at 8:00, the season premiere of "dancing with the stars" followed at 10:00 by the season premiere of "the good doctor." stay with us for "abc 7 news" at 11:00. 13 familiar faces will hit the dance floor for a new season of "dancing with the stars." they will compete for the coveted mirror ball trophy. that's right. alexis smith talked to two of the stores, joe, grocery store joe from "the bachelorette" and olympic gold med will ace mary lou chances of winning it all. >> i wasn't expecting it. >> i think athletes tend to do pretty well on this dance
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competition show. however, gymnastics has nothing to do with dance, i can tell you that. >> well, the two-night season premiere begins tonight at 8:00 here on abc 7. "the good doctor" heads into sueson two. george, from our system station in los angeles, recently visited the shows new set in vancouver to talk to the cast, including the good doctor himself. >> dr. murphy, the president will see you now. >> the president is now dr. andrews, the character hill harper plays. richard schiff's dr. glassman needs to deal with his cancer diagnosis, so things are different this season from the get-go. >> dr. andrews has taken over the presidency, and it is a new setup and a new regime that sean has to navigate without his -- without his number one advocate at his side. >> sitting around waiting for test is a waste of my time much less yours. >> i know.
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i told jared that i wanted the read my book but he kept saying i should just be here with you, but then i realized i could be here with you and also read my book. >> dr. murphy's favorite neighbor leah is back in the picture for season two. >> leah will be back in the first episode. it may not be the -- the initially perfect, happy reconciliation everyone is hoping for and lots will have happened during their time apart, but leah, yeah, she will be sticking around for good. >> reporter: freddie says the actress who plays her, paige spara is brilliant, but beyond that -- >> she is a lovely person that brings infectious joy and positivity to the set as well as to the character that is so obvious on screen. yeah, we couldn't be luckier to have her around. >> hello. i'm dr. sean murphy. >> reporter: oh, yeah. about the hospital, the show moved to larger sound stages in vancouver for this season. >> and it looks like it is going
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to be more fun for the directors and more fun for the actors. >> we've got a lot more space to work with this year, which is great, and i think it will open up the world of the hospital and the world that we get to see our doctors interacting. >> reporter: for "abc 7 news." "the good doctor" story lines, cast and producers reflect a new direction in portraying people who are sometimes marginalized and ignored. >> "abc 7 news" reporter david louie sits down with one of the shows stars to learn what they're trying to achieve. she is an executive at the hospital. i love the characters because they are really multi-dimensional. the story lines are great, and it is just a lot of fun. >> and it is -- >> and we are amazed he can do an american accent. >> next on "abc 7
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minutes can mean the difference between life and death. proposition 11 saves lives by ensuring medical care is not delayed in an emergency. proposition 11 establishes into law
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if you have a smartphone you may be constantly checking, how much battery do i have left. >> well, there are simple ways to prolong your battery life, and "7 on your side's" michael finney is here to show us how. please. >> come on, we want to know. >> let me start by telling you, this is a curse of modern life. >> yes, it is. >> i'm always checking mine. we are constantly on our phones,
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and the battery runs down and sometimes dies. let me pass on some simple tricks to keep your phone battery lasting as long as possible. consumer reports tech editor bree fowler cares about smartphones even when she's not at work. >> i'm a mom. i have kids, and they want to play games. they want to watch youtube but that will suck your battery dry faster than you would think. >> consumer reports say it is bottom line is phones do so much more than they used to, and while batteries also last longer, things like streaming video, games and apps that frequently refresh can eat up battery life. >> if you realize that you are running low on battery, you can switch to low power mode. >> in extreme cases you can turn on airplane mode but you lose cell service. if your phone doesn't have a low power mode, try these tips. lower your screen brightness or set it to auto so your phone adjusts to lighting conditions. set the screen to go to sleep after 15 or 30 seconds of
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inactivity. reduce how frequently your phone looks for new e-mails. but if you're still constantly running for your charger, you may want to consider getting your battery replaced or getting a new phone. "consumer reports" says you may be impressed by some recent improvements. >> they've gotten a lot bigger which gives phone makers more space to put bigger batteries. >> bigger batteries generally mean better battery life. "consumer reports" testing shows samsung galaxy phones tend to have some of the longest battery lives while iiphones haven't doe as well in the battery tests. now, i want to hear from you. the "7 on your side" hotline is open monday through friday from 10:00 to 2:00. the number is 415-954-8151 or you can reach me on the facebook page. when i'm talking about battery life i get choked up too. i understand where you're coming from, michael. >> a common problem, mike an. an east bay city tops the list of the best places in the
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bay area to raise a family. it is san ramon according to wallet hub's latest comparison of california city. only fulsom had a higher score by three points making it the best city for families in all of california. other bay area cities that made the top ten, number three, lossal toes. dublin, number five. danville follows at number six. number seven, pleasanton followed by disney world, next month will be easier to find the lowest priced day to visit. online shows guests the flexible pricing to visit when it is less crowded. tickets range from $109 to $129 and disney in the parent company of abc 7. sandhya is back with the forecast. still pretty warm for a couple of days. >> absolutely it is going to be warm, but right now i want to show you a beautiful view. look at this from our east bay
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his camera. while it will be warm to hot inland, along the coast the fog is still there so you don't have to worry about it. live doppler 7 showing you the fog along the coast. the sunsets by the way at 7:03 tonight, so it is earlier and earlier as we are in fall. tomorrow afternoon, it will be hot. 93 in concord. 92, fairfield. warm around the bay, 86 in san jose. san francisco, 70 degrees. a little warmer than today. 66 in half moon bay. take a look at the temperatures on wednesday. it will be sids willing inland with upper 90s. heat moderates on thursday. coasts remain comfortable and friday it is cooler. many parts of our inland areas will only be in the 70s. you have something to look forward to if you don't like the heat. the accuweather seven day forecast features autumn heat the next few days. much cooler and possibility of a shower or two in the north bay on saturday. we're going to change things up really quickly. >> how interesting would that be? >> yes. >> thanks, sandhya.
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>> meteorologists dream. >> mindi bach is here and she will take your mind off jimmy g's knee for a bit. >> can you believe warriors season is almost here? >> i know. >> no. >> first, training camp opens this week. first we had to start with the annual day of media. lots of interviews and photo opportunities for the players and coaches, and you're going to hear what their
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now abc 7 sports with mindi bach. >> warriors training camp starts
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tomorrow, and as is tradition the team held its annual media day today to kick off the new season. many veterans got away for the summer after winning the team's third title in last four years, and many of the younger players work on getting stronger. either way, the entire team is focused on a three pete. >> the warriors latest championship bainer hangs in the rafters. last season is behind them. they head into this season, their final at oracle arena, knowing their future is uncertain. >> nothing lasts forever in this league. but we have always said we want to keep it going as long as we can and we're in the thick of it. >> my sole focus is on just trying to get this, win another championship and enjoy the ride along the way because it goes by fast as we all know. >> you just have to enjoy the moment, enjoy the now, because there will be so much speculation as to what is ahead. nobody knows what is ahead. >> but the addition of another all-star starter as well as an infusion of younger players keeps the challenge this season fresh, even for a two-time nba finals mvp. >> well, we are all smart
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players. we know how to play the game. we got basketball masters on this team that know exactly what to do in certain situations. i think demarcus is one those basketball geniuses that kind of knows exactly who he is and what he needs to do to be effective. >> my drive is -- the only increased. i'm seriously like a mad man right now. i mean on paper it looks great. of course we have to go in and put the work in, but the potential is scary for this team. it is on us to, you know, bring that potential out. >> honestly, i don't even feel expectations anymore. because our expectations as far as ourselves are so high that i don't really feel expectations from anyone. >> jimmy garoppolo is indeed out for the season. mri confirmed what the 49ers feared, their starting quarterback suffered a torn acl during sunday's loss to the chiefs. cj beckford is the starter and
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nick mullens will be promoted from the practice.injues are pa but kyle shanahan remains optimistic when it comes to garoppolo's future. >> it is have you unfortunate. it was hard waking up today. we were down, disappointed about it because we were looking forward to a lot playing with jimmy this year and going through the good and the bad that would happen, knowing that he would benefit from all of it. now we don't get to do that and i know jimmy is really down about it, so are we, but it still will be all right. this is part of the league. it is part of the nfl, it is part of life, and you have to adjust to it. >> i don't think many people predicted that four weeks into the nfl season the browns would come to oakland with a better record than the raiders. cleveland ended their 19-game losing streak last week with a win over the jets. they overcame an 11-point halftime deficit with rookie quarterback mayfield leading the come back. he will start sunday against oakland. head coach john grn gruden is
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concerned about the number of plays giving up. in sunday's loss, the raiders gave up two touchdown in only four plays to the dolphins in the last eight minutes of the game. >> there's $20 bills being spit out of a teller down the street, we're going to get in line. we're going to stand in line and pick up 20s. the rams got us and the dolphins got us, i know jarvis landry and the cleveland browns are looking at our film probably thinking let's try a few of those again this week. >> after two consecutive losing seasons, the giants announced that bob by evans will step down as general manager effective immediately. the team will begin a new search for head of baseball operations. ceo larry baird said he is looking for the next gen general manager. evns has been with the giants 25 years and could remain with the organization in a role yet to be determined but he is free to look for other employment. bobbie evans actually a big part of the giants' success over the past several years. this is not just all on him, but
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just with the team's recent lack of success, they're really starting to shake things up. >> a lot of injuries. >> exactly. >> if oakland -- if the raiders only had to play one half of football, first half -- >> they would be 3-0. >> that's right. i'm telling you. >> unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. >> thanks, mindi. >> join us tonight on kofi and around the world, sailing disaster for one man. how he survived after his boat capsized in 46-foot high seas at 9:00. a high school football coach is suspended and the team forfeits its game. how students are rallying behind him. >> look for breaking news any time on the "abc 7 news" app. >> i'm eric thomas. for the entire "abc 7 news" team, good night as we leave you with the sun getting ready to go bye bye for the evening.
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