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>> good sunday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm matt keller in for carolyn tyler. we will start with a quick look at the weather. with us is meteorologist lisa argen. we're heating up, right? >> good morning, matt. yeah, the overlay of the national weather service, a red flag warning for the higher elevations of the north and east bay and santa cruz mountains over 1,000 feet. we are looking at wind gusts at mt. diablo over 45 miles an hour. a little shaky camera here but the winds are translating the dryer, warm are air down to the surface. we are looking at low 70 #* 70s in fairfield. 78 live more.
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and the relative humidity below 25% right now. very dry air today. it's a one-day event. as we go through the next couple hours, notice the winds highest in the upper elevations over the east bay hills and by later on in the day they do dial back but be careful out there. plenty of sunshine today. we have widespread 70s on the coast. 60s san francisco. upper 80s in the santa clara valley. mid-80s around the bay. and a look at the rain coming our way, as well, in the next update. matt. >> all right. thank you, lisa. we begin with developing news about the ebola crisis. a dallas healthcare worker and the first case of the disease being transmitted in the u.s. the woman in texas had extended contact at a dallas hospital with come mass eric duncan, ebola patient in texas last week. she provided care during duncan's second visit. >> we don't know what occurred in the care of the index
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patient, the original patient in dallas. but at some point there was a breach in protocol, and that breach in protocol resulted in this infection. >> the doctors say this may have occurred when the worker took off her protect itch clothing because if it's not done properly, an infection may result. officials are trying to calm any fierce of contracting the virus. >> you cannot contract ebola other than from the bodily fluids of a symptomatic ebola victim. you cannot contract ebola by walking by people in the street or by being around contacts who are not symptom attic. there's nothing about this case that changes that basic premise of science. >> meanwhile, another level of defense against the ebola virus is in place. new screening measures are underway at new york's jfk
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international errant. four other airports will begin screening this week. they are using no-touch thermometers to take the temperature of travelers from ebola travelers from africa. anyone with a fever will be closely scrutinized. the abc news chief health and mel editor, dr. richard besser, grease there was a breach of protocol. >> they will look to see what happened in the hospital to allow this to occur. if it was someone who met him when he first came into the hospital, that's one thing. but if he was part of the care team, it really throws into question the cdc recommendations that any hospital can take care of a patient with ebola, they just need an isolation room and certainly equipment. >> they are more comfortable ego bowl law cases in hospitals where the workers are specifically trained with the equipment. you can get alerts on ebola and
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other breaking news with our news anderson. it's free to download from google's anderson store or google play. new this morning, one man is dead and two others in the hospital following a shooting in hospital following a shooting in oakland. so far no worked on a motive or suspect. two families in watsonville are grieving to morning. friday bullets took the lives of two people, one just four years old. lisa amin gulezian was at a vigil in honor of the victims. candles, tears and emotion. they are mourning the loss of two lives, a four-year-old girl 34-year-old ramone. >> one man is in custody and investigators are looking for several others involved in a horrific shooting.
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police call it a gang shooting. the intended target was ramone, but he wasn't the only one hurt. the two victims were in this area for two very different reasons. ramone worked at this motel when the shooting started. you can see it's just a few steps away from this back office. this where the four-year-old was resting while her grandparents closed up the restaurant that they owned. you can see a bullet hole went right through the window. the little girl died at the hospital. someone left pink flowers and a princess balloon outside the fish house bar and grill. while one family grieved privately, another made a public plea. >> this has to stop. how many more lives have to die? even if everybody were -- [indiscernible crying] >> police hope anyone with information about the murders will come forward. in watsonville, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news.
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a registered sex offender is in jail, suspected of shooting video of the dress or under the dress of a four-year-old girl in a park. this man was spotted by a wal-mart security guard using a small digital camera to take pictures under the girl's dress. he admitted to the wal-mart guard that he was filming and a -- he was a registered sex offender. it's fleet week and the blue angels are back. [jet noises] the lack of jets last year left a visible and audible void in fleet week. yesterday, as it will today, the familiar roaring filled the sky to the delight of people that came to the waterfront to watch. the maneuvers are so fast, it's hard to keep up. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has more. >> sometimes it takes a second for your eyes to catch up with your ears. the blue angels. sensory overload in the most awesome way.
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>> the blue angels, good tricks. >> working the shows, it's beautiful. you see the jets going real high and doing all these acrobatics. >> it does at times seem as if the pilots are performing a high wire act. the audience, whether on land or on the bay, is dazzled. >> being here with all the people, the spirit is good. >> the f-18s aren't the only game in town. also overhead a c-130 known as fat albert and a united airlines 747. >> the plane was going very close to everybody. it was scary. i didn't even know if it was part of the show. >> no shortage of sights and sounds on fleet week. on pier 39, live music. ♪ temporary tattoos and patriotism. >> hearing these guys, it comes to the american spirit what we
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are all about. >> i would like to be in the air force one day. >> inspiring people is part of the mission of the blue angels. mission accomplished. [jet roars] >> if you want to see the blue angels airshow this afternoon but you can't make it to san francisco. you can watch it from where you live on we will be streaming it live today at 3:00 p.m. more than 9,000 people gathered to watch the commissioning of the uss america commissioning of the uss america in san francisco. the amphipius assault ship is the first in its class. tiffany wilson has this story. >> to stand next to the uss america is to be humbled. the ship's size, strength and technology is evident from bow to stern. but to these sailors, the hull is home. >> it's america. we have to make it look pretty for the u.s. >> a ceremony rich with history
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and hopes for winds and water and safety for all on board. secretary of the navy, ray, spoke to us prior to delivering the keynote address. >> this ship will sail for decades, protecting american interests. it will carry marines, and it will provide the presence that america has to have. >> that's the moment of awakening. >> officers and crew of the uss america, man our ship and bring her to life. [cheers and applause] >> crewmembers ran to the uss america, up the plank way, and up the deck. >> it is amazing. as soon as it comes alive, it will be spectacular. >> now that the uss america is officially commissioned, the crew are considered plank owners. it means they are the first. laying the foundation for generations of sailors to come. >> being a plank owner is a great opportunity. >> although president obama was in town for fundraisers, did not stop by.
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members of the audience did not let his absence distract from let his absence distract from their experience. >> i thought it was very impressive. awesome. >> proud to be an american. in san francisco, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> the ship tours start at 9:00. so just about ten minutes ago. people could get on the uss america to check it out. >> and very nice weather. it will just get warmer out there. everyone in the 60s and 70s right now except san rafael and oakland. in san francisco, 61 degrees. the winds have shifted while you were sleeping, drying out the atmosphere. boy, we are talking about a big warmup today. 80 downtown. i will have the details on the rest of the bay and maybe some rain coming our way coming up. >> all right. thanks, lisa. also next, a confrontation between police and protesters in missouri during another night of demonstrations. plus, the giants and cardinals get back on the field for the nlcs. the bay area takes on a
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controversy involving the mayor of st. louis. californians are discovering the real risks behind prop 46. it was written and paid for by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46.
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activists plan to protest against police in ferguson, missouri again today. this follows an early morning protest that turned ugly. about 50 protesters briefly conducted a sit-in in front of a store. they were told to move by the police. police arrived in full riot gear. protesters linked arms to block the entrance. police tried to move demonstrators away. teargas was launched, causing more chaos. this as michael brown's mother led a prayer vigil only hours earlier before several hundred protesters marched through the streets of nearby ferguson, ending at police headquarters. officers stood their ground, even as they were repeatedly taunted. it's what organizers call ferguson, october. thousands descending on downtown ferguson, demanding accountability for what they say
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is racial injustice. >> people have protests like this. hundreds of people in the streets, closing down traffic. >> the protesters we talked to were like this person, a st. louis native outraged by two recent shootings of young black men by officers. >> if you are white, you have one shot, if you are black, you get another. >> it sparked a national debate that played out all weekend long across the city. emotions are raw and hope is fleeting. >> there's a lot of racism. and i think it would be for the better but i think it's been pretty weird. >> ferguson, missouri. >> firefighters are getting the upper hand of a fire burning east of sacramento. the fire along interstate 80 is now 67% contained. it's destroyed five homes and burned nearly 500 acres.
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the fire year yosemite park is now 54% contained. the entrance closed because of the fire is expected to reopen today. police arrested a 24-year-old man on suspicion of starting the fire that destroyed the town of weed. the flames quickly burn through a neighborhood and destroyed 150 structures, most of them houses. the giants, once again turning this month into an turning this month into an orange october. the giants are again turning this month into a orange october. last night the giants shut out the cardinals 3-0 and are now up 1-0 in the national league championship series. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana, found happy giants fans. >> this brought out boisterous fans from both teams, but giants fans celebrated. >> it felt good to get some hits on the board early. striking at first blood is really important in baseball. >> kathleen lee brought along a lucky charm for the game. she's a member of the giants
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promo team and at a world championship ring. for st. louis fans, october is a time to focus on baseball but a recent statement by the mayor, had missouri natives cringes. in the wall street journal he wrote a piece called "st. louis to america: don't be jealous." >> that was not a good showing. the mayor said it was the response to a recent tongue and cheek rating by the wall street journal calling cardinals fans the lower of the teams. he poked fun of the big apple and the city by the bay. he said, quote, indeed, we are sorry that new york and san francisco are 2.3 times and 1.7 times respectively more expensive to live in than the st. louis metro area. the mayor's throws didn't help soften the sting, and the giants fans are fine with that. >> we are good right here.
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>> in san francisco, sergio quintana, abc7 news. >> mike shumann will have the game highlights later in sports. bay area, show us your team spirit!. this is dave from sunnyvale. he's on the right catching a game at at&t park catching a fame with his brother-in-law, al. and one of the cutest giants fans. this is six-month-old rodrigo lorenzo. he's obviously happy his team advanced to the nlcs. either that or his mother just showed him a bottle. we don't know. we would like to see your giants' pride. e-mail them to us or tweet them to us @abc7newsbayarea. game two taking place tonight. a chance of showers in st. louis? >> that's right. and when they come back here maybe a chance of showers on tuesday. a lot happening between now and then. a warmup well underway. this shows the red flags warning for elevations above 1,000 feet. the winds will gust anywhere from 30 to 40 miles an hour.
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in fact, mt. diablo had a wind gust of 47 miles an hour. already the air is drying out with the relative humidity just about 14% around livermore, 21% out by the delta. mt. tam looks pretty glassy. so at the surface we aren't looking at those gusty winds. in fact, we are looking at the warm air allowing for the temperatures to climb so quickly this morning. look at half moon bay, 80 degrees. it was 61 yesterday, going for a high today of 78. and looking at all the numbers in the 60s from the san carlos airport to san jose. maybe a beach day, but we have some big swells and dangerous surf with the possibility of rip currents here, all the way down through santa cruz and northward. we are looking at 70s by the delta. 78 in livermore with 63 in concord. mid-60s for santa rosa and napa. we will look for the warmup to be brief, short-lived. but since yesterday we have
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warmed anywhere from 5 could 21 degrees in the 24-hour change here. it will be a warm afternoon with high fire danger. a look from our sutro tower camera where we have all the fair skies. and a brief warmup. it will be back, though, because we are looking at temperatures plummeting by tuesday and a chance of showers, bringing us not a whole lot of rain. but maybe a chance to at least get a splash here or there. the beach hazard statement right on through tonight with the large northwesterly swells, 11 to 13 feet and the possibility of those sneaker waves so be very careful out there. we are looking at a gorgeous day today. lots of sunshine. that's the flip side. and temperatures as much as 10 degrees above average. we should see about 7070 san francisco this time of win. 79 toward the afternoon. here's the culprit. it's the big area of high pressure bringing us the warmth today. it it has built in to the north
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of us. that's bringing the red flag warning up to the western side of the sierra. but it's this area of low pressure and the cold front that's going to cloud us up, drop the temperatures for a little bit of rain come tuesday and wednesday. maybe a tenth. you can see it right here pushing into the north bay. and then as the system pushes on through, we are dry behind it, and another computer model wants to give us a chance of rain for friday. we will wait and see if that pans out. in the meantime we look at high temperatures. mostly inside the bay in the schmid upper 80s. a warm day today san jose and fremont. 90 concord, 83 san mateo. how about that raider nation where it's going to be a warm one. low to mid-80s today. accuweather seven-day forecast, warm to hot this afternoon. a red flag warning above 1,000 feet. cooler at the coast tomorrow. and the temperature really tank on tuesday. a chance of showers lingering into wednesday. partly cloudy thursday. maybe another chance tore rain
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the end of the week. we will let you know how warm it will be in your area keeping track at bay area weather on twitter. >> we hope the game gets played tonight in st. louis, they make it through, and return with a 2-0 lead for tuesday. >> that would be great. >> thanks, lisa. next up, how these loyal friends may have saved the life of an elderly woman. and abc7 is honoring hispanic heritage month lou october 15th. we recognize jose. they have four campuses serves 25,000 students in north alameda county. county. we have more details on
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trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. , , , ,, well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46.
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two pets are getting credit for saving the life of their owner. a 76-year-old los angeles woman fell in her kitchen and was in and out of consciousness and laid there for two days. she has parkinson's disease and the cold floor could be deadly to her. friends became worried after not hearing from her. they went to her house and found her dogs wrapped around her keeping her warm. >> he laid up against my back and dodger was on my feet and legs. the dog, donger, he kept gnus edge me with his nose.
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she was right beside me. i don't know what i would have done without them. >> the woman bruised her head and broke her shoulder, but she's happy to be alive and says she knows her four-legged guardians would do it again if they needed to. a gala celebrated the upcoming reopening of a museum in san francisco. in san francisco. ♪ >> last night piano music filled the air for the museum of the grand reopening dinner. abc7's own carolyn tyler served as m.c. at the four seasons hotel in san francisco. the mao see emplans to reopen in december after renovations. and in the word of cure raytors, reinvention. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. remembering california firefighters. a special honor for more than a dozen who made the ultimate sacrifice. and the battle to save a south bay observatory from falling bay observatory from falling victim to the budget axe.
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it's a fresh approach on education-- superintendent of public instruction tom torlakson's blueprint for great schools. torlakson's blueprint outlines how investing in our schools will reduce class sizes, bring back music and art, and provide a well-rounded education. and torlakson's plan calls for more parental involvement. spending decisions about our education dollars should be made by parents and teachers, not by politicians. tell tom torlakson to keep fighting for a plan that invests in our public schools.
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>> good morning. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather. lisa. >> already in the 60s. so sunny at the beach in santa cruz. but we have the possibility of strong rip current and sneaker waves today with the big waves all throughout the afternoon. temperatures have been climbing. 77 in napa. this is the 9:00 reading. 78 livermore, 73 fairfield, and it's all due to the gusty upper elevation offshore winds. a red flag warning in effect for today with high fire danger. very sunny out there. breezy above 1,000 feet. but those dry winds are translating into very warm air down at the surface. mid-70s ocean beach today. we will talk about more 90s around the bay. just a one-day warmup.
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rain enters the picture in a coupledation. matt. >> all right. >> all right. thank you, lisa. this morning investigators in maine will reconstruct a halloween ride after a hay ride accident that injured 22 people. it happened in the dark last night. >> a vehicle crash on a hayride. multiple injuries. >> overnight a fun-filled hayride outside of portland, maine, ended in real panic. >> many just. the vehicle lost control, went down a hill and rolled. >> officials say passengers were thrown from the out of control ride. rescuers rushing 24 victims to area hospitals. two of them airlifted with serious injuries. >> multiple people with broken bones. neck injuries, back injuries. >> the county sheriff's office said approximately 30 riders
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were on board. the harvest hills gauntlet. they were expecting a lighthearted thrill like on the website. but along the night the vehicle missed a sharp turn on a heavily wooded trail. >> missed the curve and went into the wood line. looked like he jackknifed on the tree. >> those on board were thrown from their seats when that trailer overturned. >> when we went down, there it was just -- there was a lot of people just laying around. >> abc news, new york. >> tens of thousands of people are without power in japan, following a powerful typhoon. it is considered the most powerful storm of the year but it weakened as it hit the island of okanawa. it's expected to make landfall tomorrow on mainland japan, bringing the threat of heavy rain and flooding.
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>> the late august quake in the area measured 6.2. the largest since the loma prieta in 1989. it killed one person and consummate bad $400 million in damaged. there will be a fundraising concert this afternoon in vallejo. a special honor for more than a dozen firefighters killed than a dozen firefighters killed in the line of duty. yesterday's ceremony was just one day after the memorial for 62-year-old craig hunt, a cal firefighter who was killed while fighting a fire near yosemite. this is how they honored the heroes. >> to the sound of bagpipes playing in the background, hundreds of firefighters, family members and friends came to the capitol to remember the great men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> first we come here to honor our brothers, your loved ones. to let you know that we will never forget them. ♪ >> the names of 15 firefighters who died while serving will be added to the california firefighters memorial.
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currently more than 1250 names are etched not only on the wall, but in the hearts and minds of everyone here and across the state. >> we all know the dangers come in many forms. what is rarely discussed, but again is demonstrated here again today, is the reality of it all. >> we can certainly elevate the 15 men of valor whose names will be added to the wall of heroes by pledging today and pledging every day that they will always be part of our hearts, and that their example will never be forgotten. >> as firefighters continue to battle wildfires across the state, people say they are praying for them, as well. meaning even paying tribute to the most recent firefighter to give his life to protect others. >> we are especially mindful of our friend, our brother, geoffrey craig hunt, the cal
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fire pilot who was killed while performing his duties, while protecting those that he was called to serve. >> like the other brothers and sisters on the wall behind me, we have a bond with them that is eternal. we are also here to let you know that you are our family. >> the ceremony was presented by the nonprofit california fire the nonprofit california fire foundation. >> a young orphan girl in san jose is throwing a birthday party today in san jose, but it's not just about cake and ice cream. chris just turned 11 last week, but she's already helping children all over the world. she was adopted from an orphanage in the philippines and is on a crusade to bring smiles on the faces of workers -- and or fans everywhere. she founded a nonprofit. she sends treats to the or fans. it's called treats for smiles. it was a fundraiser for an orphanage chris plans to build in our homeland. >> they are fight to go save the bay area best known observatory,
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the lick observatory has been there for more than a century now. but as eric thomas reports, budget struggles could dim the suit. >> staring into the heavens can propel astronomers on to far away worlds and perhaps give them a glimpse of their own futures. actually up there, it's mind boggling. >> for the record, that's a planet that orbits a sun other than our own. and for kelsey, and philip, such discoveries are made with the help of the lick observatory, perched in the mountains east of san jose. the views and data from its telescopes are routed to their observation center at the university of california. >> our screens are active here. >> astronomy professor, alex, oversees much of the research, but lately he's spent as much time searching for something that's can be nearly as hard to locate as a far away planet, money. the professor said he and his fellow astronomers were stunned
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by a decision by umbrella c administrators, choosing to funnel money toward newer and more modern telescopes. >> this is where we can do long-term programs that really involve students and people who just developing their careers in science and technology. >> the university of california has had a facility at the lick conservatory since it's construction on mt. hamilton more than a century ago. while it doesn't boast the powerful telescopes of competing sites like in hawaii, he argues better access can sometimes mean more to a budding astronomer than raw power. >> what it can do is follow things around. we can get many, many nights consecutively or over the course of a year at lick to look for planets orbiting other stars are or to follow how an exploding star evolves. >> in a statement to abc7 news. the u.c. provost office said it , lick observe story, to has never been on the cutting
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block and no one is suggesting lick be shut down, only that there be a different funding model. for philip, that means looking for star power and donors. >> i have a number of irons in the fire and i think a lot of people are potentially interested. >> in the meantime, the younger members of the lick team, continue scouring the heavens for the next big discovery. >> there are things that are just really profound. >> eric thomas, abc7 news. >> supporters of the lick observatory have a website and it shows how you can help. you can find a link at still ahead, the new hotspot in oakland's jack london square that's combining fine dining with bowling in a revitalization effort in an area known for high crime. hearings a live look from the golden gate bridge camera. a beautiful shot there. blue skies and things heating up. the winds bustling in the east bay foothills and the north
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mountains. things are going to be dangerous out there for fire conditions. lisa argen will let you know how heart it's going to get today in heart it's going to get today in a few minutes.
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good morning. a beautiful shot here from our sutro tower cam. the blue angels will be filling the sky over the san francisco waterfront later today at 3:00. it's going to be a warm day in the city. lisa argen will have the forecast coming up in a bit. this year 31 elementary schools took part in the leaf sandcastle contest in san francisco to help raise money for arts programs. yesterday they transformed ocean
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beach into a field of vegies, fruits, meats and sweets. food, glorious food. they had sandcastle creations. the event has raised more than $200,000 so far. rooftop elementary in san francisco won best in show for it's candyland design. heading to the beach today it will be pretty nice and warm, huh? >> yeah, santa cruz 87. the offshore winds in the upper elevations are warming us up already. no fog to speak of, but it comes back tomorrow. and then we are talking about rain. that's also coming up. >> thanks, lisa. also next, madison bumgarner pitches another gem on the road, setting a new postseason record as the giants beat the cardinals in game one of the nlcs. in game one of the nlcs. mike shumann has the
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>> good morning. a lot of wind out there. red flag warning in the east bay hills and also north bay hills, santa cruz mountains. be careful if you are barbecuing today. >> fine dining, combined with bowling, is taking oakland by abc7 news reporter alan wong checked out a massive entertainment venue that opened up in jack london square. it's creating 160 jobs. >> i grew up down the street. it was nothing. nowhere to hang out. no coffee shop. >> that's why he said he moved away from jack london square. but now he's having regrets. >> every club is full, the bars are full, the restaurants are full. it is the coolest place and we don't even go to the city anymore. we hang out here. >> the plank is a new 50,000 square foot luxury bowling alley, restaurant and bar with live music. even outdoor bocci ball courts. the grand opening with m.c. hammer on hand signifies the
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willingness to invest $7 million in a city with a reputation for high crime. >> getting past the surface and actually spending time in the community, that's what encouraged us and why we made the decision to come here. it's not necessarily all what you hear on the news. >> the city claims overall crime in oakland is actually down from last year. plank owner, mike, says he found a thriving, untapped market that needed a large entertainment needed a large entertainment venue like plank. >> we've never really tried. we've never really put our money into hotel development, large venues. we have a small convention center for a city of our size. >> now city tourism officials say oakland is making an honest effort and it's hoping plank will enhance it's campaign to will enhance it's campaign to attract more conventions and
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corporate business. in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> today is part of opening weekend festivities, they are donating all bowling proceeds from 11:00 to 3:00 to the east oakland community development center. >> if you plan to head to the beach today, lifeguards suggest being very careful. a storm in alaska is generating swells along the beaches. it brings big dangers like rip currents and sneaker waves. i'm sure a lot of people are heading to the beach so be careful if you do want to get in the water. maybe just play in the sand today like that little girl was doing right at the edge of the water. >> it will be 10 degrees warmer today at the coast than yesterday. lots of mid-70s. upper 80's in santa cruz. this shows the red flag warning in effect for the upper elevations. here's a look receipt now at santa cruz where numbers are in the mid-60s. it's a nice start to the day. although the flip side of that is the atmosphere is so, so dry. so we will be looking at the relative humidity in our inland
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valleys, 10, 15%. right now the north wind allowing napa to climb to 77 degrees. 64 petaluma. 73 by the delta. it's been in the 70s since about 6:00 this morning. in livermore, 78. now this is all due to the offshore flow. it is going to be a very warm day out there. and with those offshore winds, things are really going to heat up into the 80s and 90s. so a quick flip of the map here. i want to show what you can expect in terms of high temperatures, where we should be for this time of year. in fact, we are looking at numbers anywhere from 15 degrees above average. another view from mt. tam. at the surface it looks pretty calm, and it is because the winds are in the upper elevations. looking at another panel hear with upper 70s in livermore. and here's a look how we compare to yesterday at this time. 21 degrees compared to yesterday, warmer in livermore.
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22 degrees warmer in napa. and with the winds calm here, it's above 1 now feet where they are howling. around 45 miles an hour around mt. diablo. with the dry atmosphere, conditions will be ripe for the fires to spread. if anything gets started it won't take much to get them to spread. a brief warmup. we will are the warmest day of the week today and a chance of showers comes into play tuesday into wednesday. so not quite beach weather. in terms of high temperatures, we are sitting pretty much about 15 degrees above average in oakland. 85 for your high. should be about 70, hit 70s in redwood city. 87 is the forecasted high. and san francisco, 10 degrees above average at 80 degrees. so it's all the sunshine and the warmer danks it's a great day for the blue angels at 79 degrees with those breezy winds today. high pressure in control. it has built into the north of us. that's why we have the north and northeast winds pushing down.
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the easterly winds. as they compress, they warm. that's why so warm right now. but low pressure and a cold toronto is going to drop to the south later on and that's going to bring a chance of showers come tuesday into wednesday. cloudy skies for st. louis. giants, 62 degrees by 5:00. and our own highs today to be in the mid-70s half moon bay, 83 san mateo, 87 redwood city, 898 vallejo and as well as san jose, and 90 by fairfield. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we are looking at temperatures cooler tomorrow. not inland, though. it will take another day until everyone cools to the 70s. a chance of showers tuesday, wednesday, partly cloudy thursday, and maybe another chance on friday. that chance, who knows. we will waited and see. >> thank you, lisa. in sports, a big day for fans on both sides of the bay. the raiders take on the san diego chargers at the coliseum. kickoff at 1:05 and tonight the giants will try to win the second game of the nlcs in
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st. louis, sending jake peavy to the mound against lance lynn. first pitch at 5:07. last night the giants took the opener. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, the cardinals have represented the national league in the world series for the past four years. game one in the nlcs. last night st. louis. madison bumgarner set a major league record with 26 2/3 consecutive innings of shutout ball on the road. both teams had a combined 7-1 record in the playoffs. top of two. bases loaded. drops it to left. pablo sandoval scores from third. 1-0, g-men. adam wainwright. and blanco ripped one to third. he misplays it. hunt are pence scores on the error. 2-0. that was it for madison bumgarner. he went 7 2/3. gave up 4 hits, no runs, 7 strikeouts to end the threat in the seventh. bottom of nine. santiago casilla.
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gets him to ground out. giants will take a 1-0 series lead with a 3-0 victory. >> there's no way to tell what's going to happen. you know, two teams going out there competing and this, like i said, it was a crazy game. >> you know, he's so good at what he does. i mean, this kid, you know, since he's come up here, he's gotten better, too. he executed all night against a tough lineup. all right. royals and orioles. game type of the alcs. royals with the 3-0 lead. now tied at 4, bottom of seven. bases loaded with two out for j.j. hardy. hustling to make the grab. inning over. four of five royal postseason wins come in extra innings. the rbi double opposite field and the royals take the 2-0 series lead, headed back to kansas city. 6-4, the final. college football, cal hosting washington.
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bogey teams 4-1. the bears leading the pac-12 north with a 2-1 record. cal scored 164 points in the last three games. held to zero in this first half. a mistake-filled afternoon. first quarter, he fumbles the football. right into the arms of shaq thompson. he will not be stopped. 100-yard fumble recovery, the longest in washington school history. cal down 7-0. and a little stunned, to say the least. downhill from there. daniel fumbles. huskies recover. cal, three turnovers in the game. the 25 yards to perkins. 14-0. and still first quarter. washington has two more tds in the second. miles jumps it off to ross. the tackle. goes 86 yards for the touchdown. cal drops 4-2. 2-2 in the pac-12. the huskies win big. 31-7, your final. >> all right, to the ice. 16 of the sharks first 21 games
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this year are on the road, but last night's home opener was against the winnipeg jets. sharks won their last three home openers and they were off it a good start. 3:22 in the game. the wrister toward the net. squeezes it past ondrej pavelec. 1-0. less than two minutes later. joe pavelski gets it out. to thornton. he snaps it. 6 points in the year. 2-0 sharks after one. 33 seconds left in the second. he leads marleau on the breakaway. his second goal of the year. sharks have not given up a goal this season. improve to 2-0, winning the home opener, and 3-0 is the final. raiders hosting the chargers today. all the highlights tonight at 5:00 p.m. i'm mike schumann. have a great day. >> next, the annual search for the great pumpkin. the big prize that could be won the big prize that could be won tomorrow morning for
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from the power ball draw. wednesday not's jackpot is up to $90 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $1 million super lotto plus draw. nobody got all six numbers in that draw either. wednesday's jackpot grows to $12 million. columbus day weekend wouldn't be the same without the world champion pumpkin weigh-off at half moon bay. it gets underway tomorrow. the $30,000 prize is being offered for a new world's heaviest pumpkin. last year the winning gourd came in 1985 pounds, far short of the in 1985 pounds, far short of the world record of 2102 pounds. half moon bay is going to be pretty warm tomorrow? >> oh, yeah, temperatures about 70 degrees early on. then the fog comes back. not today. we are talking about mid-and upper 70s. 83 san mateo, 82 pam at, and
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upper 80s in san jose. high fire danger continues with the offshore flow. upper elevations will see winds in excess of 30 miles an hour, and then by tomorrow the transition, maybe some rain and much cooler temperatures tuesday and wednesday. >> all right. we are looking forward to that change. thank you so much, lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc sunday morning news. the news continues online, on twitter and facebook and all your mobile devices. abc news continues at 5:00 temperature. have a great day, everyone! trying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. , well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because
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