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up. >> and cleanup has begun after a raucous night. fans poured into the streets. i'll have details of the giants' parade. >> and boys of summer have become the champions of fall. you know what fall means, beautiful, sunny, warm weather. still have a couple of chances of shower in the forecast. >> traffic has been really late this morning. >> can a championship unite the city? >> you can feel it, you can feel the vibe. >> it's been so long. its great day. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. we are talking baseball this morning because the kings of baseball are back in san francisco, basking in the glory of their world series win after landing at sfo they made a beeline for at&t park and excited fans were waiting.
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among them, terry mcsweeney. what is going on out there. >> reporter: i do include myself among the fans. players came and players went. the fans are screaming and yelling for the heck of it because the giants do win it and they are champs. it only cost 75 cents to keep this piece of memorabilia of the first world series ring that the san francisco giants. san francisco home to the world champions. take a look. the fans were going crazy. absolutely bedlam where they broke out the trophy. management saying this is for the fans but all those fans that waited all these years.
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some waited their entire lifetimes between anything approaching a world series ring. 2002, they were close. giants picking up the victory yesterday in texas. today a young guy and an old guy were talking about. >> this is awesome. we're having a great time. it's amazing. >> it feels good to be on top of the world. everyone is really happy. i called them. they were on top of the world. >> and equipment manager and clubhouse manager, he has been with the team since 1958 when they moved out since new york. so close so many times but never the world series victory. now he's got it. what does he do when he wins the
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world series, he calls up willie and he said thanks a lot for giving me the call. he has a lot great stories. san francisco giants, world champs. we have a break coming up but this is far from over. right now, winding down a little bit. players getting much deserved rest they were so tired. >> san francisco giants are champions winning the first world series pennant since moving west from new york. tim lincecum took out ten batters and gave up only three hits. edgar renteria was named the most valuable player. three-run homer in the seventh is all the team needed. brian wilson, in the ninth for the 3-1 win. it was an overdue victory following three previous world
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series attempts. san francisco immediately burst into celebration. fans party well into the morning hours. the crews in san francisco are cleaning up the streets, driving around to see many of the garbage cans toppled over. there was some destruction mostly towards property, fortunately not towardspeople. not a violent night but there was lots of celebrating. >> many giants fans headed to the ballpark to watch the giants game and celebrate after the war. they took over the streets shutting down traffic and causing major traffic jams. you could see and hear a lot of illegal fireworks.
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there was a lot of public drunkenness and people honked horns. the ballpark around the marina, the mission district where thousands gathered to watch the game for free on a jumbotv screen set up by the city. overall, a very happy night. >> i lived in l.a. for the first 21 years of my life. i lived up here for the last 15. >> this is about as out of control as it got. they set fires and danced around them, around third and king streets. even had a guts to jump on a cop car. there was some damage. police detained five people, no reports of arrests. tomorrow morning, the city is
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planning a victory parade. it's set for montgomery and washington streets in the financial district. then head up market street all the way to civic center plaza where they'll be a big rally for the giants. we'll carry it live right here beginning at 10:30 tomorrow morning. janelle wang, "abc 7 news." >> and some people will stay up all night. world series paraphernalia is pouring into the stores. they have shipments ten minutes after the giants won last night. the biggest sellers are parade t-shirts made special for tomorrow's celebration. we've got a lot of fan videos. one person sent this one. people cheering for the giants at a restaurant in sfo. check out this one, outside of at&t park last night. you can feel the excitement
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share your photos and video by up loading them to us or e-mailing them to us. today is also election day with california governor's race but in santa clara county, a mail-in ballot mistake has workers scrambling this morning. teresa garcia is live at the county's registrar's office. >> you've got the registrar's office not calling the ballots defective but there were printing smudges that did delay the reading of them. every vote will now be counted and no vote is going to be double counted or missed at all because of this problem. here is what happened. it first surfaced a week ago when the election workers noticed that the 14 optical scanners were not reading and spitting out a high volume of ballots.
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upon closer inspection the election workers noticed the smudges were right in the area where the votes are marked. that is when they decided to bust out the rubber erasers to fix the problem. they were erasing the smears on the edge where they signified choices, no actual votes were erased. that is important for people to realize. the registrar was out of the country at a funeral when it happened. the board of supervisors wasn't notified at first and the whole problem has been rectified. many of the vote by mail ballots that haven't been turned in yet and they have to check those to make sure they don't have any smudges on them. what is most important to people if you have any problem that you are hearing about or experiencing firsthand when you go to the polls today we do want to hear it.
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call us at 1-877-222-7777. upload any polling problems to ureport or e-mail them to us. election officials say millions of californians have not turned in absentee ballots. if you haven't returned your ballot it's too late to mail it in. you need to drop it off now at your local polling place today. stay with abc7 for complete election coverage. we'll have a special report on national races and bring you updates on state and local races as soon as the polls close and have a wrap-up at 11:00 p.m. followed by an hour long edition of "nightline." you can get up to the minute results at www.abc7.com.
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>> feeling the giants' glow. we have some warm sun? >> mike, you'll tell us what we'll be basking in? >> warmer than average weather. take a look how much warmer than average. look at all the 78's, concord, redwood city, oakland 76. san francisco 75. these are seven to 11 degrees warmer than average. that is with only 10 hours and 34 minutes of sunshine. break down this tuesday. sunny and clouds, a lot of 40s with low to mid-50s elsewhere. by noon, we're in the in mid to upper 50s throughout the bay into oakland and san rafael. low to mid-70s for everybody else. by 4:00, everybody is in the 70s. low 70s around half moon bay and san francisco, oakland with
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everybody else in the mid to upper 70s. let's take a look at your accu-weather seven-day forecast. tomorrow is great but could be warmer. temperature will be touching to the upper 60s to probably 78 degrees during the afternoon hours. the heat will start to subside on thursday. friday temperatures back to average with a chance of rain in the north and another chance of rain in the north on sunday. frances, any street closures still? >> i just found out from terry mcsweeney who was right in front of at&t park that second is all open and embarcadero between second and townsend. giants arrived home and there were streets closed but the north 280 off-ramp is also open if you are heading into san francisco. things are starting to calm down just a little bit but i'm sure they will ramp up again later. live camera shots, with all streets open near at&t park, you
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won't find any problems for your route to work. millbrae, and no troubles on the other side of the bay. live shot of the bay bridge toll plaza, it's absolutely delay free. >> 5:12. free ride that oakland voters can take to the polls today. >> voters have seen the polls, watched the ads and now weighing in. the beginning of election day coming up. >> also, the dilemma that san francisco board of supervisors will face as mayor gavin newsom will face as mayor gavin newsom is elected lieutenant goverererr
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i'm among 30,000 employees who used to work for hp. i was supposed to retire there. carly fiorina changed all that. fiorina laid off 30,000 people and she shipped our jobs to china and india. i had to pack my bags and i was out the door that night. we even had to train our replacements. she didn't need 5 corporate jets. one hundred million for herself. fiorina never cared about our jobs. not then and not now. i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message.
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state budgets cuts are crippling my classroom. they can't believe the sacramento politicians will give our state's wealthiest corporations a new billion dollar tax giveaway. lobbyists have the ear of people who are just thinking about wealth. when you cut the budget, then you cut these students' opportunities. passing prop 24 can change all that. prop 24 repeals the unfair corporate giveaway and puts our priorities first. vote yes on prop 24 because it's time to give our schools a break.
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. the balance of power in washington is up for grabs. democrats are trying to hold to gains from two years ago. republicans are trying to shrink the size of government. have you made up your mind yet? >> as voters begin to head to the polls. 472 races will determine the control of the house and senate making midterm i meals and last minute pleas. >> you better vote for me for united states senate. >> we need you to get fired up! >> first lady michelle obama rallied democrats last night
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while president obama focused on radio interviews from the white house. >> i want to make sure that everybody understands the importance of this election. >> look out! >> john boehner hopes control changes. in nevada, senate majority harry reid is trailing in the polls. >> i'm not finished. >> i'm not career politician i think that is what america wants and needs. >> sharron angle comes with a tea party backing that has taken up so many races this election cycle. >> they are trying to call you names. >> they say this election cycle and 700,000 political ads is the most negative on record with both parties being somewhat
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negative. >> there are so many robo calls, new england reported jammed lines yesterday. in san francisco, gavin newsom intends to be lieutenant governor. we would vacate a year early and that could open up a hornet's nest. current board could vote to name an interim mayor for the final period of his term. several bay area tech companies are trying to make it easier to find your polling place this election day. facebook and google will hope applications will mobilize millions of voters. facebook has an official app that locates the nearest place for voters.
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it's just about 5:18 now. a cab company is making the first of its kind push to get out and vote. they will give registered voters free and taxi rides to and from between 7:00 and 9:00 this morning and 6:00 and 8:00 this evening. call the number on your screen for more information. we posted that number on our website at www.abc7.com. look under see it on tv. it's almost too perfect right now. >> mid-70s in november? >> that is why we live here. >> things are fine. okay, no more talk like that. [ laughter ] >> you got the orange, too. >> i think i can find one more
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orange thing for tomorrow's parade. that is home to your world series champions, san francisco giants, 2010. very nice. we're going to bask in the glow for a while. take a look at the temperatures, they are running pretty mild. upper 40s and mid 40s around santa rosa, napa, fairfield, redwood city and livermore. low to mid-50s for the rest of us including downtown san francisco, about 56. around the monterey bay and inland to salinas, gilroy, slightly cooler about 48 degrees. it's going to be sunny and warm today. a little rough surf is going to move into our beaches and hang around the next 24-48 hours. cooler afternoons, friday and saturday and sunday and monday, cool push for the north bay, friday and sunday. here the wave watch, high surf advisory 11 through 3:00 wednesday afternoon. all up and down the coast with
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those large breaking waves, 15-20 feet. the only area where you don't see it is the southwest facing the beaches around santa cruz. watch out. some of those 25-foot waves. huge storm up around the gulf of alaska. this is what is bringing us those waves because the high pressure is so strong, our weather will not be affected in any way. we're going to be dealing with sunshine today and temperatures along the coast in the low to mid-70s. around the bay, we'll have mid to upper 70s and inland, special in the east bay valleys, we'll have upper 70s to near 80 degrees. wait, there is more. during the parade, warmest day in san francisco. thursday we'll start to cool a little bit. friday temperatures back to average. saturday, sunday and monday could be a little bit below average. here is frances. >> we have all the streets around at&t park, but a couple stalls but nothing slowing
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anybody down on freeways. traffic is light in berkeley. 20 minutes from bridge down to the maze. north bay, show you a live shot of 101 in san rafael. southbound traffic moving very well all the way down to the golden gate bridge. we'll head down to the south bay and check out the 280 and 17 interchange. that is northbound 280. looks like we have some blinking lights but so far traffic is flowing well on highway 17 coming out of the santa cruz mountains. you can find out if there is anything that might slow you down by going to our website at www.abc7.com is the place to go and under the bay area traffic links. >> thank you very much. mike said, wait there is more. >> they are unraveling a cargo bomb threat. >> and sara shourd reveals new
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new details about her capture in iran. she was arrested with two other hikers last year. she was release order bail in september. she told the "new york times" they were hiking and they were on dirt road in iraq when an armed guard approached. they indicated they had crossed in iran. she denied a report they had been forewarned, she says they had no idea they were near the border. trial has been postponed because shourd hasn't been legally summoned to appear. the family issued a statement to them, find it in their hearts to release them. a former militant that thwarted attempted terror attack on the u.s. he is believed to be the mastermind of the plot. al-qaeda terrorist based in yemen were to carry it out.
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bombs were disguised in hewlett-packard printers being shipped to the u.s. cart transitional packed with nearly a pound of the explosive petn and circuit board of a cell phone was added as a detonator. >> the device would be safe until the circuit board receives a signal. the two packages were located last week in britain and dubai. they were addressed to two synagogues in chicago but officials believe the cargo planes carrying them were the real targets. >> they have stopped bringing packages from yemen. other agencies are tightening scrutiny of air cargo packages. >> for the first time in san francisco history, the giants are world series champions. i love it. we'll have a live team coverage and fans wild celebration.
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>> i'm terry mcsweeney live at at&t park. the giants have won it. they are kings of the baseball world and fans were out here to welcome them home at 4:00 this morning. these fans, you'll hear from them -- boy, will you. >> here is a look at the fall colors across the map. look how cool, a lot of 50s and 60s until you get to miami at 84 and our warm weather around the bay area, mid to upper 70s. so far no flight arrival delays. our major airports are quiet. there is a quite a cluster of storms across the gulf coast. flight
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the giants finally get back to the ballpark. we'll show you fans and trophy that had no business in san francisco until now! >> i'm janelle wang, cleanup begins after a big night of partying in san francisco. i'll show you the celebratory ones and unruly ones and have details of big giants' parade honoring the ballplayers taking place in the city. >> you couldn't ask better weather for a parade. mid to upper 70s. that is tomorrow. today, sunshine and low to mid-70s. we still have a chance of rain in the forecast for the weekend. i'll have an update. and although you probably couldn't drive past at&t park earlier, everything is looking good. here is the oakland maze. >> 5:30. okay, the boys of summer, i know it's november 2nd but the important thing the giants are now world champions.
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thanks for joining us. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze. they are back home after an early morning flight. they welcomed them home back to at&t park after beating the rangers nine hours ago. terry mcsweeney is live at the park. the fans wait was worth it. they have now moved on. some people are saying, hey, it's all over. this is break in the action. party goes up tomorrow for the victory parade. up above me, at&t park, home of the san francisco giants. you can now change that to home of the world champion san francisco giants. what a strange thing to say and be serious about it. take a look at the fans that were heading here for hours here this morning until about 4:15, 4:30 when the team finally got back from texas. they pulled in and the buses and fans went absolutely out of their minds. these fans were high on coming
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off of this world series drought. it had been eternal for the san francisco giants. that is when the team was in new york. they were yelling for fans to come over and see them. take a listen as they scream. >> they won everything, you know what i'm saying. we did it. the torture is over, the torture is over finally over baby! yeah, baby! yeah! >> best team of baby, san francisco giants. let's go baby. world champions! whole lot of screaming and then managing general partner, he is a san mateo high school
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grad and fans were touching the trophy it will bring you magical fortune. it's never been here before. san francisco giants had never won a world series. amazing. the players walking out and the fans were screaming for them to coming over. we talked to a couple of players and we'll hear from them. they were so tired. they were saying they could barely stand. it was an exhausting day obviously. the party last night. the flight out here and now comes the parade. it is an amazingly magical moment. the giants were right all season long, there is magic inside. terry mcsweeney, "abc 7 news." >> i saw that magic with exchanging high fives. back in texas, that is where the celebration started. there was absolute joy in the giants' locker room as they
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celebrated with traditional showers of champagne. >> hoisting up the world series trophy a dream come true. most of them did not expect to be playing on a championship team this season. some were rookies and some why cut earlier in the season. >> san francisco is going nuts. we're going nuts. it feels really good. >> a lot of people i grew up idolizing -- it's special. >> you can get emotional. this is the first series for the franchise in 1954. it's the first since they moved west to san francisco from new york since 1958.
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>> after an all night celebration, there are lots of parties but also some problems. janelle wang is that side of the story. how is it overall? >> overall a good night. police detained five people but we're hearing no one was arrested but mostly a drunken giants love fest. ♪ ♪ >> we can't believe it. can't believe it! >> this is civic center plaza where 7,000 fans watched game and celebrate afterwards. it was one of the main celebrations that took place and also big celebrations in the marina and mission district and really big one around at&t park where people filled up the bars and restaurants. you could see poured into the streets, jumping on big trucks. illegal fireworks were lit up and fans started bonfires in the
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middle of the streets and there was damage to the giants' dugout. that is about the worst of it. mostly, a lot of celebrating. >> we love it. >> i knew we were going to take it last night. my heart was found go. >> san francisco police were out in full force and started clearing out cars around midnight after hours of partying. again, no arrests and no reports of injuries, just a lot of cleanup this morning. tomorrow morning, the city is planning a victory parade for the giants at 11:00. it's set to begin on montgomery and washington streets and that is going to head up market street all the way up to civic center plaza where they'll be a rally for the team and ballplayers. we'll carry it live beginning at 10:30 in the morning.
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reporting live from the newsroom janelle wang, "abc 7 news." >> at 5:37. there was other news going on. san francisco police are investigating a fatal nightclub shooting that occurred in the marina district. it happened just before midnight and gravity on scott street near chestnut. a 22-year-old man was shot several times inside the club. he was taken to san francisco general hospital but he died a short time later. so far police only have a vague description of the shooter. they say the bar was crowded at the time and they are hoping witnesses will call anonymous tip line to provide more information. registrar's office in santa clara county says a ballot problem is fixed and everyone's votes will be counted. registrar's office have been scrambling to clear printing smudges. the problem first surfaced a week ago when election workers noticed that 13 optical scanners were spitting out a high volume of ballots.
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they decided to use rubber erasers to fix the problem by hand. they worked overtime reraise the smudges. hottest choice in east bay is one for the mayor of oakland but it could be days results are announced. it eliminates any possibility for an expensive runoff but almost guarantees a clear winner among the ten candidates will not be known by tonight because it takes more time to tabulate the votes. more than 60% of ballots are expected to be sent by mail. those ballots are being counted in the basement of alameda county registrar's office. >> boys of summer are winners but those of you like summer-like weather are winners, too. >> let's check in with mike for the forecast. >> those mild november days are here. we had one today and good morning to you. 24-hour temperature change,
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everybody on the positive side. four in concord, 5 in san francisco. 8 degrees warmer in fremont. look at all these temperatures in the mid to upper 70s, only with ten hours and 34 minutes of sunshine we're still going to have a warmer than average this afternoon. this morning, it was cool in the inland valleys and palo alto, in upper 40s. rest of us in the low to mid-50s. by noon, all right hitting the mid to upper 50s from the coast into san francisco, san rafael and low 70s for everybody else. by 4:00 this afternoon, we'll have sunshine. low 70s around half moon bay, san francisco and oakland. even mid to upper 70s for the rest of us. can we keep this going? absolutely for tomorrow, as we celebrate the 2010 world series champion giants. it will be in the low to mid-70s for that parade. temperatures will top out around 80 around the bay and mid to upper 70s along the coast.
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still warmer than average thursday. cooler friday with a chance of rain and then on sunday. >> and major freeways loorg pretty good. smm bridge, servicing flowing well around the bay area. however, there is new crash in sonoma on highway 116, just report. look out for this. it may be blocking lanes and they may have emergency crews heading to the area. if you are heading to the parade tomorrow you may want to consider mass transit. i'm sure traffic will be busy and street closures, as well. so far, no delays right now. >> 5:40 right now. >> and still ahead, protecting our children, battle over a california law restrict the sale of some video games lands before the supreme court this morning. the supreme court this morning. >> and list of people
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you know it's bad when the press asks if you'd take a lie detector test. meg whitman didn't tell the truth about not voting or about how long she lived in california. she got caught in insider deals at goldman sachs. she changed her story about physically abusing an employee. she campaigned as tough as nails on immigration knowing her housekeeper of 9 years was undocumented. her tv ads have been condemned as false and misleading. and even her hometown newspaper said meg whitman has demonstrated "a loose relationship with the truth"
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>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. the u.s. supreme court hears arguments challenging a law that prohibits the sale or rental of violent video games to minors. one side will argue that it violates the first amendment.
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state senator leland yee wrote the law. >> games have the same rights of films and television and other forms of media when it comes to freedom of expression. i would be really surprised if the court didn't recognize that. >> if in fact they struck down our law they will at least provide a pathway for us lawmakers as to how we might craft a narrowly tailored bill in order to protect children but at the same time stand any first amendment challenge. >> ten billion dollar industry hinges on the high court's ruling. it didn't take a crystal ball to predict the strike out of the welfare debit cards. governor swarzenegger says the cards can't be used for marijuana shops and other businesses he feels are inconsistent with the intent of the program.
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in a letter to county welfare officials throughout state the governor also blocked the use of the welfare cards in bingo halls on cruise ships and bail bond businesses, a report surfaced that the cards were being used in casinos in california. >> the list of people after the san bruno fire victims has grown to seven with several of them due in court this week. gas line explosion and fire on september 9th killed eight people and destroyed 37 homes. san bruno residents who had property damage were able to apply for financial aid. they face charges of burglary, identity theft and perjury. >> and it's 5:45. your thanksgiving celebration will gobble up more of your paycheck. >> and promises and predictions
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as voters get ready to have their say. >> and vote at san francisco city hall that could have a lot city hall that could have a lot of youngsters cr
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i'm among 30,000 employees who used to work for hp. i was supposed to retire there. carly fiorina changed all that. fiorina laid off 30,000 people and she shipped our jobs to china and india. i had to pack my bags and i was out the door that night.
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we even had to train our replacements. she didn't need 5 corporate jets. one hundred million for herself. fiorina never cared about our jobs. not then and not now. i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. why not save on car insurance? [ coin drops ] [ high-pitched voice ] thanks. [ normal voice ] you're welcome. get a free quote at progressive.com. welcome back. as for your california forecast we are looking temperatures on the rise. chico at 81. sunshine along the coast. 71 in big sur.
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we'll hit 88 in yosemite today. sunny, 64 in tahoe. 90s in al-qaeda and palm springs. 86 in san diego. it's 5:49. >> a look at the stories we're following. >> san francisco giants are back home as world series champions, hundreds of fans greeted the team when they arrived at at&t park. they beat the texas rangers 3-1 to take the best of 7 series in five games. they did a big celebration starting with a parade starting at 11:00 in the morning and abc will carry it live. >> fans ran on the streets to celebrate the historic moment. these are thousands of people after watching the final out at civic center plaza. they say the celebrations were peaceful and safe but we do know that five people who were detained last night mostly for
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vandalism. >> polls will open in a little over an hour and close tonight at 8:00 p.m. some areas are experiencing problems already. santa clara registrar's office, printing smudges kept machines from counting the votes. very latest on all these stories coming up at 6:00. >> today's voting candidates for governor have finished and waiting for results. jerry brown finished up his campaign with a rally in oakland last night where he promised to solve the state's financial problems. meg whitman told her supporters orange county that she is not worried what the polls say. the only poll that matters is the outcome of today's vote. >> it's 5:50. san francisco board of supervisors is scheduled to vote today that would ban fast food restaurants to include toys in children's meals. a committee past the proposed
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measure. it would allow mcdonald's to include toys in meals only if those meals include half cup each of fruits and vegetables. they must be limited in the amount of sugar and fat to be exempt from the ban. >> if you are just waking up --. >> we are all used to going to bed early base of the shift. >> the weather is going to be gorgeous. >> let's take a look and show you what is going on. we'll proceed through the day. it's 5:51 and looking from emeryville -- back to the city. doesn't that look absolutely good. nice shot from there. looking down at some of the buildings glowing in orange, celebrating the big win. temperatures santa rosa, napa, fairfield, livermore and redwood
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city, mid to upper 40s. monterey and inland, low to mid-50s. gilroy cooler at 48. sunshine and warmer today, special this afternoon. rough surf that starts this morning and will extend through tomorrow. if you are heading to the coast, be careful. cooler afternoons, friday and saturday and sunday and monday. north bay friday and again on sunday. east bay valleys, you may hit 80 in pleasanton. we'll have any had to upper 70s elsewhere. may hit 70 in castro valley. down in the south bay, upper 70s even to near 80 around campbell. 79 for you in cupertino. mid to upper 70s around the peninsula. 78 in palo alto. low to mid-70s around the coast. even to downtown san francisco through the north bay valleys, mid to upper 70s. at your beaches are low 70s. monterey, carmel low to mid-70s. everybody else around the bay
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and inland will be near 80 to 82 degrees. sprinkle in the 40s in the north bay valleys around livermore. low to mid-50s for the rest of us. let's take a look what is going on for the surf advisory, goes to 3:00 in the afternoon. may get waves up to 25 feet. most of them are around eight or nine. huge storm system up in the gulf of alaska, notice the jetstream is going to take that away from us and high pressure will dominate our weather once again not only today, tomorrow, to a lesser extent on thursday and then into friday it's gone will replaced by an onshore breeze that will bring us cooler conditions, same thing through the weekend and into monday and best chance of a shower will be friday up in the north bay and again on sunday. for tomorrow's parade, low to mid-70s in downtown san francisco with plenty of sunshine. we have developing hot spot in hayward, multiple cars and
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vehicles involved, possibly a big rig. northbound 880 past whipple. we'll see it. see that yellow there, that means traffic is slowing under 40 miles an hour at the scene of the accident. it's been pretty quiet on bay area freeways. if you are heading toward the bay bridge, golden gate bridge, traffic is light this morning as you make your way southbound into san francisco. in the south bay we'll check out 101 and 880 in san jose. headlights on northbound 101 and that is right across your screen. you see no trouble at this point. you will always get the latest by going to www.abc7.com. thanks a lot. it's 5:54. >> get ready to pay more to celebrate the holiday. >> here is jane king with this
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morning's money scope report. >> first higher prices for dear yal and bacon and get ready to pay more for thanksgiving feast. tushlg can i prices will be up 20% from last year. turkey prices. >> airfares are second highest in the past eight years. thanksgiving day itself and then coming home the following tuesday. a tune of $4.5 billion what it is their share of cleanup costs. one of the companies has said the explosion is preventable and bp is negligent and it has withheld the reimbursement. >> in stocks, little change, investors waiting to see how the election comes out. i'm jane king with the bloomberg
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business report. family members say a three-year-old girl wounded after returning trick-or-treating is doing a lot better. she was hit in the leg inside her home. she had just returned home from w her home when shooters opened fire on the house an assault weapon and handgun. san francisco police a shooting that left a little girl wounded last night was probably gang-related. there is nearly $500 reward for information leading to the return of a stolen dog. 80-year-old was walking her dog when two men grabbed the leash right out of her hand stealing the dog and her purse. if the dog is dropped off at a shelter, it will identify her as his owner. >> and developing news overseas.
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bombs exploded in greece. we'll have the latest. >> and today is election day, polls are set to open in just about an hour in california. a problem has already been reported and fixed in one county. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live at at&t park in san francisco, a short time ago, huws of fans welcomed home the world series champion san francisco giants. we're finding out now, its victory that is healing old wounds. we'll hear frfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrr
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