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a good sunday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm matt keller in for carolyn. we start with a quick look at the weather. here's mike in for lisa this morning. hi, mike. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to a completely different morning. we've got one lone shower right here that's trying to move down the coast. i believe it will fall apart by the time it gets to any of our neighborhoods. let's talk about fog. there's a lot of moisture on the ground and air and it's moving throughout the north bay and along the coast. right now napa is the one spot at least officially that's getting the most fog. temperatures up to 16 degrees cooler this morning thanks to the lack of cloud core and the air is dry. 40s around napa, santa rosa. petaluma, 50.
51 in san ramon. most of us in the mid-50s until you get to oakland at 61 and san francisco at 58. that's the way it looks from the exploratorium. in its lovely orange after the big win last night. sunshine everywhere. low to mid-60s. mid-60s at the coast. low 70s for the rest of us with a few high clouds and then get ready for quick cooling during the 7:00 hour. all the way down into the low to mid-60s. you'll definitely need a jacket after a pretty nice day. matt? >> thanks, mike. well, the world series is now a best-of-three series. with game five at at&t park tonight. last night a great comeback, trailing 4-1, the giants started chipping away at the royals' lead in the fifth. this brought the giants to within a one. in the sixth, bases loaded, pablo sandoval lined a single to center scoring gregor blanco and buster posey. busted it open in the seventh. joe panik with a gapper to left
center. that brought in morse and blanco. giants roll to an 11-4 victory. the series is now tied at 2-2. >> big games. we came from behind. this is the way we play. we're going to keep doing the best things out there on the field. >> well, tonight a pitching rematch from game one. giants' ace madison bumgarner starts the last game of the year at at&t against the royals' james shields. first pitch for tonight's game is at 5:07. the series then shifts back to kansas city tuesday night for game six. game seven would be wednesday night if necessary. last night was a special one for giants' fan brian stow. >> play ball! >> brian stow. >> good to hear his voice. stow was given the honor of yelling "play ball" to kick things
things off. he was the victim of a violent beating that left him with brain damage. his mother says this is the first world series game he's able to remember since the accident. he feels like he's part of the team pirchl team. sergio quintana was at at&t park and has more fan reaction. >> reporter: fans could barely contain their excitement. this was a hard-fought win. >> it was rough, but i had confidence. we are confident. we had confidence in our team. >> oh, man. i had gray hairs in the beginning. and now back to black. ready to go. ready for the next game. >> reporter: giants flags flew and rally rags spun. fan s knew this was a pivot cal game thanks to the generosity of a bay area couple. i don't want to take those from
you. i know how much they mean. i said no way, i couldn't do it. and she didn't give me much of an option. if you met grace, she's pretty persistent. >> reporter: grace witt and her husband donated their tickets. they drove up from southern california last night to be here with former army medic brian ju jurgens. he's just excited to be here. >> excited. >> reporter: jurgens has had a long fight back from brain injuries after his humvee ran over a bomb in afghanistan. he also lost both legs, but thanks to prosthetics and lots of physical therapy, he was able to stand up. lots of fans were on their feet for this riveting game. for the first half, this pack of royals fans was pretty loud. >> let's go, royals! >> reporter: but in the end, the giants fought back. >> the giants are going to win in six! going to win in six! going to win in six! >> reporter: they go into game five with high hopes. at at&t park, sergio quintana,
abc 7 news. making sure security is tight is no easy feat especially at at&t where fans are on land and on water. lisa has the details. >> reporter: location, location, location. the fight for the right spot isn't just inside the stadium. it's out here on mccovey cove as well. >> tickets are really expensive. but i still kind of want to be a part of it. hey, who knows? i might catch one of the balls that come out there. >> reporter: hundreds of people had had the same idea. the crowd and the excitement can also lead to chaos. two kayakers were pulled from the water south of the ballpark. there is a heavy law enforcement presence in and near the water. >> we patrol the area. we look for always alert looking for anything that may be out of place. and making sure that everyone is safe and wearing their life jackets. >> reporter: but not everyone is. we also saw kayakers launching from sites that were off limits
limits. bomb-sniffing dogs are also checking every ferry at docks here. >> all spaces inside the ship, anywhere you could hide anything, we run the dogs by it. >> reporter: those at city kayak rentals are stepping up to help, too. >> our guys are actually on the water, making sure that everybody's having fun. and if anyone is having trouble, we can help them. >> reporter: being a good neighbor is easier when the world series brings in eight times more business than usual. in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> you didn't have to be at at&t park to have fun and cheer on the giants last night. it was packed at mccovey's restaurant in walnut creek. everyone seemed to have a great time watching on tv. it was a sea of orange and black and of course these fans stayed out of the rain. inside the stadium fans couldn't help but sit in the rain. they wore ponchos. orange ones, of course. others used umbrellas.
the wind also whipped through at&t park, making conditions a little chillier. outside the ballpark at mccovey cove, it was just as cold. mccovey cove. giants fans are sending us their photos. one young fan who also loves the niners. showing their bay area pride. here's the deejay for giants' home games. dj slick d taking a selfie with lucille. lu showing off two championship rings. like to see a third soon. e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org. developing news out of the east bay where several lanes are closed on interstate 880 in fremont following a fatal crash. it happened around 3:00 this morning on southbound 880 at the auto mall parkway on ramp. authorities say multiple vehicles are involved. all but one lane is blocked. no word yet on what caused this accident. in other news, a man and woman accused of killing two northern california deputies in a violent crime spree are now in jail. a man who identified himself as
marcel marquez and his wife, janelle, will face several charges including murder. the crime spree started friday morning in sacramento. a man with an assault rifle shot and killed a deputy. the gunman then shot someone during a carjacking attempt. two hours later two deputies were shot. one died. they were arrested after a manhunt. danny oliver and michael davis jr. were both veteran officers in their departments. yesterday family and friends honored both deputies in a special procession. gabrielle rojas has the story. >> reporter: the procession began in sacramento. deputies led the procession to roseville where firefighters raised the flag over vernon street and citizens lined up to pay their respects. >> these guys and women who put their life on the line every day for us deserve this type of respect by all of these people showing up. >> reporter: davis's loved ones
greeted his arrival and many came to honor both fallen officers. >> i figured i'd come out and pay my respects. it's the least i can do for them putting their life on the line. >> reporter: an honor guard moved the flag-draped coffin to inside the mortuary. >> they have paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we all can come home to our loved ones every evening. >> reporter: gabriel rojas, abc 7 news. a federal authorities say fingerprints of the suspected shooter say he was first deported to mexico in 1997 after being convicted in arizona for drug possession. he was arrested and deported again in 2001. sacramento county sheriff's authorities say the suspect identified himself as 34-year-old marcello marquez of salt lake city. however, federal officials say his fingerprints match the biometric records. san francisco police and the fbi hope you might recognize a
man who robbed a bank. a surveillance camera captured this image of the man during a violent takeover-style robbery at the bank on 24th street. at least two men took part in the robbery on september 29th. victims say one of them had a gun. police consider the men to be armed and dangerous. folks in bodega bay hope crowd funding will help buy a new ambulance for their community. the fire protection district wants to buy this truck. it costs $180,000. a campaign on indygogo aims to raise $50,000. the biggest donor will have the right to put their name or company's name on the vehicle. other sources of money have already been secured. if our going to do outdoor activities this weekend, i guess today was the day to do it, right? >> yeah, at least after the morning hours. there's a lot of dew on the grass this morning, on the cars. there's a little fog out there. as we head through the day, it's going to dry out. sunshine's on the way. we do have a warming trend for most of the week, but the next chance of rain, and it could be a stronger storm.
friday. yeah, that's halloween. >> got to get the rain jacket costume, right? also next, new allegations against a chp officer accused of stealing explicit photos off a woman's phone and what his bosses are now saying. also, space heaters, they may be small, but are they big and dangerous to your home? michael finney teams up with consumer reports for a brand-new safety test. xtes0p0p
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drunk driving suspects from their cell phones. harrington is accused of sending pictures to at least one other officer working the office. the other officers could face criminal charges. a drunk driving suspect discovered the photos had been sent from her home to harrington's after her arrest in august. in a statement, chief brown of the golden gate division said he is disappointed and appalled by the allegations. and we expect the highest levels of integrity and moral strength from everyone in the california highway patrol and there's no place in our organization for such behavior. the officer is currently on administrative duty. a new report shows us more of the controversial relationship between the 49ers and san jose police department. officers would moonlight as security for the team and its players. one officer was working at ray mcdonald's house when the niners player was arrested. our media partner "the san jose mercury news" obtained hundreds of internal e-mails. in them, a sergeant told other officers off-duty work for the team would be a cash cow.
officers who did security work e-mailed about being tired when reporting back to duty. critics say the relationship could also undermine the authority of the officers who are investigating members of the team. your days of free parking will end at the concord b.a.r.t. station tomorrow. that's when commuters must start paying $1 per day to park. this comes as b.a.r.t. phases out the last of its lots where you can still park for free. if you don't have central heat in your home or apartment, space heater can be a great way to stay warm when it gets cold outside. but are they safe in consumer reports has partnered exclusively with 7 on your side to find out. here's michael finney. >> good morning. space heaters can warm up a chilly room, but beware, they account for one-third of all home heating fires each year. and more than 80% of home heating fire deaths. consumer reports has just tested more than two dozen space heaters and says if you have an older one, consider replacing it. the new ones have gotten safer.
kevin riley lost his restaurant when a fire started in the apartment above. he says determined the blaze was sparked by a space heater. >> it was all but 45 seconds up there and that's all it took. that hallway filled up with smoke very quickly. >> reporter: consumer reports checked a variety of heaters to see how well they work and if they have the latest safety features. all the heaters tested have a safety switch that turns them off if they overheat or tip over. and they all passed this safety check. testers measured how hot this terry cloth towel gets and see whether it burns or catches fire. none did. >> even so, we recommend placing space heaters at least three feet away from any flammable items like curtains, bedding or newspapers. >> reporter: and always plug directly into the socket. don't use an extension cord. in another test, this dummy was loaded with sensors that help measure how fast the heaters can
warm you up or spot heat. >> some heaters could only raise the dummy's temperature four degrees while the best could raise them much higher. >> reporter: among large heaters, this honeywell is excellent at spot heating and passed all of consumer reports' safety tests. it costs $190. for far less, this compact holmes heater also passed the tests and is a best mod. for $40, it can heat a room quickly, though it's not quite as fast at spot heating. >> be aware that one face heater was recently recalled by the manufacturer. it's the whole room vortex heater from vornado. it's bleen blamed of overheatin and melting including seven fires. it was sold in stores and online from june 2013 through may of this year. now, for more information about the recall, go to vornado.com. i'm michael finney, 7 on your
side. yesterday's storm also brought snow to the sierra. you can see some snow at the side of the road in this caltrans video from donner's summ summit. it's not a lot but it is a start. and it's always good to start on october 25th. that's a nice time to get snow up there on the mountains. today we've got cooler temperatures. maybe no more wet weather. >> not for a while. we have a string of warmer weather on the way. going with michael's package, the next couple nights will be in the 40s and 50s. it's going to be some of the coolest nights we've had in a while. a space heater may come in handy if you don't want to turn on the entire furnace. here's a look where the wet weather is. up in tahoe, yeah, the rain and snow is gone. up near shasta is where we have our best chance of any high elevation snow today. most of what's falling up to our north is going to be rain. and it is going to stay to the north. still a little breezy, especially up at 2600 feet. as we look at the clear conditions that are over top of
all of us. this afternoon it will be breezy especially near the coast. not quite as breezy as it was yesterday afternoon. this is what i'm thinking going forward. it's going to be sunny and dry this afternoon. matt and i were kind of talking temperature right in our sweet spot, upper 60s to low 70s. you can be outside and it's not going to be too hot. you can do vigorous work in the yard. warming trend during the week, temperatures will get above average. then we've got a storm for halloween friday. it could be stronger than the one we had yesterday. we need the rain. timing, not all that great. here we go. 70 at san jose. 71 at los gatos. 68 at santa cruz. you're going to find a very homogenized air mass. mid-60s along the coast to upper 60s in downtown. south san francisco. upper 60s through the north bay valley. 70s santa rosa. mid-60s at your coastline there. we'll have upper 6 0s to near 70 all along the east bay shore.
same thing, san ramon, 69. and near 70 inland neighborhoods. a lot going on today. boo at the zoo. over at the oakland zoo, starts at 10:00. 60 degrees. warming up to the upper 60s with total sthin and less breezes out there. if you like arts and crafts, danville, they have their fall crafts festival. we'll be in the mid-60s by noon. upper 60s during the afternoon hours. and of course, game five, no weather worries. seems like the rain is our friend. it rains, we win. sunshine, let's hope we win again. 64. dropping down to 60 but no need to grab the poncho today. here's a look at tonight's lows. you see the 40s up in the north bay valleys. east bay valley, san jose and down to morgan hill will be right at the upper 40s to near 50. the rest of us, even a few upper 50s around san mateo. as far as what's going to happen as we head towards halloween, here's a quick look at that system. so we wake up to cloudy conditions friday morning. we'll stay with cloudy
conditions during the day friday. and then watch right around 7:00, that's when the rain starts to roll in. and it could get heavy at times. of course, that's several days away. so we'll be able to keep an eye on it and modify the forecast. pretty impressive looking forecast. wednesday looks to be the warmest day. mid-70s around the bay. 80 inland. and then temperatures will start to taper a little bit with that storm coming in towards friday and saturday. abc 7 news has another great weather resource for you. follow live doppler on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions. rain or shine. which we got both this weekend. video forecasts, alerts, power outage info and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. i need to go over there and get on that right now. >> yeah, getting on twitter. you've got a week now to prepare before friday to make sure that costume is poncho friendly. >> some way to stay dry. it will be interesting to see what people come up with. some local entrepreneurs are trying to bridge the gap between hearing and deaf team.
last week they launched an online funding campaign. as jonathan bloom explains, the device they're building could change millions of lives. >> the last 24 hours have been the most stressful time of our lives. >> reporter: speaking through a sign language interpreter, ryan couldn't wait to check his phone so see how the campaign he just launched is doing. he's raising money to build a device that could fundamentally change how he communicates. >> hello. my name is ryan. >> reporter: computers have talked for years, but this one's different. it actually understands sign language. >> what's your name? >> reporter: it also understands spoken words. >> i am from ohio. >> reporter: it's called motion savvy. this fund-raising video shows how it could one day help a deaf person have a conversation with someone who doesn't know sign language. >> really i hope to give people the ability to live lives they've always wanted to live. >> reporter: ryan assembled a team that's almost entirely people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. wade keller is building the first device around a windows
tablet but with something extra. leap motion is the tiny 3-d camera often used as a game controller. it captures hand movement at more than 200 frames per second. >> that makes a big difference in being able to capture sign language because sign language can be very fast. >> reporter: night now the motion savvy device weighs about a pound and it's small enough to pretty much take with you everywhere. ultimately they want it to be small enough to actually disappear inside your phone. >> reporter: phones are becoming much less expensive and more accessible. also this technology. >> reporter: there are more than 15,000 signs in american sign language. it currently knows about 300. and everyone signs differently. >> flow, flow, that's two dpa l examples of one word but two different signs. >> reporter: for the deaf community, it may be worth the wait. >> their jaws hit the ground. he see it over and over.
a super-sized gold nugget has been sold. it weighs more than six pounds and sold for nearly $400,000. a gold hunter found the nugget in july in butte county. it sold last week to a secret buyer who did not want to reveal his identity or location. this weekend, the oakland zoo is teaming up with the bay area science festival for boo at the zoo. it features a spooky scavenger hunt, costume parade and up-close animal encounters. boo at the zoo continues this morning at 10:00. a celebration is in full swing at the san diego zoo.
aisha, the orangutan's first birthday was yesterday. the zoo threw a huge party to mark the occasion. you can join in on the festivities, too. the zoo has set up a webcam showing aisha. she has sprouted 12 teeth but most of her nutrition still comes from nursing. much more ahead on the abc 7 sunday morning news. another state is requiring quarantine for travelers from west africa. the new rules expanding across the nation. and rallying against a racist rant. activists speak out against a former tour guide's commentary about san francisco's chinatown.
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one lone shower up there. let me put this into motion as it heads towards the northwest coast. it is starting to fall apart just a little bit. most of us are waking up to pretty clear conditions. light winds. a ton of dew on the grass. the cars and a little bit of fog to contend with also this morning. so be careful as you're driving around. especially in the north bay valley. here's a look if you're coming into san francisco. 54. everybody else in the upper 50s. coming through the ferry building to downtown, we're at 58 and 57 there. we have 40s around the american can yon. just about everybody else in the low to mid-50s. a few 40s towards the valley and morgan hill. here's the way it looks from the tower. you see how quiet it is. the camera not bouncing as much. the breezes will be less today. temperatures 47 to 58 as we head through the next 12 hours. a passing high cloud buttons of sunshine. mid-60s at the coast. low 70s by 4:00. by 7:00, you'll need that jacket. it will cool quickly under the
stars, 60 to 64. here's matt with more news. thanks, mike. authorities say a newly hired teacher may have saved lives during a washington high school shooting. in marysville, washington, friday, there were four people shot before the gunman killed himself. one girl died. two other victims have been confirmed as his cousins. some students ran after while others froze in place. they watched as first-year social studies teacher megan silver berger ran at the shooter to protect the kids. >> she grabs his arm, hand on hand, it happened in seconds. >> authorities are not sure what led to the shooting. they don't believe it was random. the victims were his friends and family. students say he just broke up with a girlfriend and recently got into a fight at football practice. in canada, former members of the armed forces held simultaneous vigils in honor of a soldier killed by a gunman last week. corporal nathan cirillo was shot to death while standing watch at the parliament building in
ottawa. yesterday in toronto, veterans stood in salute next to old city hall. and in calgary, they paid tribute at central memorial park. illinois is now joining new york and new jersey in quarantining travelers who have had contact with ebola patients in west africa. preliminary tests on a nurse came up negative. officials at a new jersey hospital aren't saying if she can leave. richard cantu has the latest. >> reporter: the health care worker was stopped at newark airport friday as she returned from caring for ebola patients in west africa. she was isolated here at university hospital in newark and tested negative for ebola. the woman was the first to be quarantined under a tough new policy in new york and new jersey. the governors of both states have joined forces to go above and beyond current federal ebola protoc protocols. new york and new jersey imposing a mandatory quarantine for any individual who had direct contact with someone infected. >> voluntary quarantine.
no. the stakes are just too high. >> reporter: people some say like dr. craig spencer. >> he's a doctor and even he didn't follow the guidelines for the quarantine. >> reporter: now isolated with ebola in new york's bellevue hospital, dr. spencer back from treating ebola patients in africa roamed the city freely for six days before being diagnosed on thursday. new york's mayor bill de blasio ordered lunch at one of the restaurants spencer visited to help dispel public fear. workers have finished decontaminating his apartment. his neighbors are playing it safe. >> wipe down the doorknobs and the elevator buttons and mop the floor. >> reporter: two nurses who caught ebola from the texas patient who died are now free of the disease. before going home from the hospital, nina pham got a farewell hug from president obama at the white house. richard cantu, abc news, new york. >> nina pham is back in dallas this morning but she must still wait to see her dog named bentley. a dallas county judge says the
reunion will have to wait until the king charles spaniel is released from a quarantine period november 1st. officials have to make sure the dog is virus free and cannot infect others. coming up on this week with george stephanopoulos, experts weigh in on the terror attack in canada and the threat to the u.s. from homegrown violent extremists. plus the director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases gives the latest on the first case of ebola to hit new york city. you can catch this week right here on abc 7 at 8:00. a marine from southern california has died in the campaign against the islamic state in iraq and syria. 19-year-old lance corporal shawn neil of riverside was killed in baghdad friday during a noncombat incident. he enlisted in the marines shortly after graduating in 2013. neil is the second military member to die during the mission against isis. happening today, world war ii airmen whose remains were found more than 60 years after he was shot down over germany
will finally be laid to rest. lieutenant william "billy" cook will be buried with full honors in oakland. the berkeley grad was on a mission in december 1944 when he and his crew were shot down over germany. the crew and their bomber were not recovered until two years ago. happening now, this morning protesters are converging at the port of oakland in an attempt to block an israeli-owned cargo ship from unloading. you're looking at video of a previous ship forced to turn around in august due to similar protests. the group successfully prevented that ship from unloading, forcing it to turn around with much of its goods still on board. organizers say the demonstration is part of an ongoing effort to protest the ongoing occupation of palestine. community leaders in oakland's chinatown rallied against a san francisco tour guide's racist rants caught on video. >> [ bleep ]. nobody wears jade anymore. your knockoff [ bleep ] and your
knockoff [ bleep ] suitcases. >> it happened on the tour guide's last day with city sightseeing tours. she said it was meant as a comedy routine. yesterday activists said it was unacceptable. >> this is not something i wanted to see and we want to stop this kind of promotion of racism and hatred. not only against chinese-americans but any race. >> [ bleep ] and your little -- >> both the tour company and the guide have apologized. developing news this morning out of hawaii. residents living near an active lava flow have been told to be ready to leave. molten lava is moving closer to homes. officials have been going door to door to keep residents inf m informed of the movement. kilauea island has been erupting continuously since 1983 but the current lava flow threatening residents began in june. if oyou're planning to travl over the holidays, now is the time to book your flight.
a new survey finds lowest prices are found about eight weeks before the departure date. the report also found sunday is the cheapest day to buy plane tickets. today marks nine weeks until christmas week. so the clock is now ticking. still ahead on the abc 7 sunday morning news, a look inside the school cafeteria of the future. is nothing like the ones you're used to seeing. and here's a live look outside from our tower cam. a beautiful shot this morning. windy conditions. no fog out there. mike will have your forecast in just a few minutes.
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but still cool. mike has your forecast. in just a few minutes. happening today, thousands of walkers will convert on golden gate park in the fight against lupus. it's hosted by the lupus foundation of america. joe coy is the ambassador. opening ceremonies get under way at 9:45 and the walk begins at 10:00. many people got an early start yesterday sweating it out as part of a fitness boot camp at san francisco's marina green. >> is there anybody here who's not sweating? okay, good. that was the one nobody raised their hands. we need to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, abc 7. >> abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom promoting the product, served as emcee and head cheerleader apparently. the national fitness campaign sponsored the event. it featured demonstrations on many ways you can be active and stay in shape.
soggy day yesterday for that event. maybe today's a better day to get out there and work out. >> yeah, i think today a lot more sunshine. make sure you have sunscreen on. even this time of year you can get burned. it is wet this morning in the form of dew and fog. we'll obviously give you the game five forecast which will be not quite as wet as it was yesterday. and we'll looking inat the chan rain on halloween. also next, pablo sandoval is no stranger to world series heroics. last night the panda did it again, a huge comeback win over the royals. larry has the highlights coming up in sports. ring ring! progresso! it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself.
changing the cafeteria experience and how kids think about food. education reporter paid a visit to one of the hippest lunchrooms around. >> reporter: the cafeteria at roseville middle school in san francisco was just another place to eat. now it offers students endless possibilities. >> it's just more fun, basically. you can say this is a more fun cafeteria. >> reporter: there are different kinds of tables for all kinds of purposes like reading, socializing and just hanging out. >> there's just so many different tables. it's hard to choose. my favorite place is over there on the couches. >> reporter: that area is called the chill-out station where kids can eat while tradining pokemon cards. there is nothing boring about it. instead of having one long lunch line, there are now two. and on the other side of the cafeteria, there's another pickup counter.
there's even a rollout cart outside so kids can grab their food and play. >> it's designed to be another access point for the students in terms of picking up their food and their lunch. >> we all know that students have a hard time learning. and one of the main objectives is this whole project and program is to get students excited about eating and wanting to not skip lunch. they don't skip breakfast. >> reporter: this will be the model for future lunchrooms in the school district. it also has a monitor with subtle messages like "how eating a sweet potato is rich in vitamins a and c" and where it was first grown. >> understand where the food comes from. why they're eating it. what it does for the body. >> reporter: all around them, there are boards to promote student activities in spanish and chinese. the wall graphics also remind them how to recycle or compost. money from the school bond helped pay for the new dining area with the idea that feeding the brain and body can actually be fun. in san francisco, leeann
melendez, abc 7 news. >> all right. mike is in for lisa this morning. we've got the giants tonight. yesterday we had to battle wet weather. tonight is looking pretty good. >> a lot of people had the ponchos and umbrellas. i didn't think they let you take them. >> after the nlcs two years ago, i was sitting out there in the rain watching from the stands. when you're winning and it rains on you, who cares, right? it's more fun. >> yes. feels great, doesn't it? today hopefully we'll win without the rain because we're going to be dry with temperatures a little bit cooler in the mid-60s to lower 60s. this morning we've got plenty of moisture hanging in the air. but it's in the form of fog. a quarter mile. you can see at napa. we have fog all throughout the north bay valley. it's not just hitting our station right now. we've also got fog developing around livermore and some of the deeper valleys inland east bay. here's where the storm track is. well to our north. a very moist storm track at that.
the system that brought us the rain and snow up in tahoe has now moved off to the east. we're going to keep our eye on this area of high pressure as it builds towards us. it's going to bring us increasing sunshine, drier air and the warming trend through about i'd say wednesday is when it's going to be warmest. we'll look at the seven-day forecast in a minute. you see the camera bounce around every once in a while. definitely not going to be as breezy as yesterday but it will be sunny and dry. warming trend during the week. yes, we have a storm for halloween. looks like an impressive one at that with more rain than what we received yesterday. which is unfortunate with that timing. low 70s down in the south bay. 70 in san jose. santa cruz, a little cooler at about 68. upper 60s to near 70 all up and down the peninsula. mid-60s, a little breezy along the coast this afternoon. upper 60s downtown. south san francisco through the north bay valleys till you get to santa rosa and napa. 70 and 71. mid-60s. a little breezy at your coastline. along the east bay shore, upper
60s to near 70. inland, 69 at san ramon. livermore at 71. if you go into either napa or livermore, a little wine tasting, what a great day. if you're going to play golf, a lot of dew on the course early this morning. 10:00 this morning, brew at the zoo starts in oakland, 60, but we'll warm into the mid-60s with sunshine by noon. arts and crafts over in danville today. 59. kind of cool in the morning. mid-60s by noon and upper 60s with sunshine. and then let's go to the game, game five. look at all that sunshine and 64 dropping down to about 60. and tonight, look for 40s in many places, even in the peninsula, around palo alto, inland valleys. low to mid-60s most areas. here we are friday. just waking up to a cloudy morning commute. through the afternoon hours, it's going to be dry. but once the sun sets, there you go. the rain starts to roll on in.
and it could be heavy at times. but of course, that's quite a ways away. keep an eye on it for you. here's a look at your accuweather seven-day forecast. until we get there monday, tuesday and wednesday are two to four degrees warmer. upper 60s near the coast. then that cooling trend with the rain coming in friday through saturday morning. >> all right. thank you, mike. we'll get ready for that halloween rain. in sports, all eyes will be on at&t park tonight for game five of the world series. first the raiders take center stage in the bay area. with the niners on a bye this weekend, the silver and black are in cleveland still looking for their first win of the season. kickoff is at 1:25 p.m. giants' ace madison bumgarner will face james shields in a pivotal game five. first pitch at 5:07. last night the giants had a huge come-from-behind blowout victory. here's abc 7 news sports director larry biel with the highlights in sports.
>> good morning, everybody. one thing we've learned about bruce bochy's giants, they never give up. they completely turned the tables on the royals last night in game four of the world series and flip a three-run deficit into an 11-4 giants victory. before the game, carlos santana playing the national an then and mo'ne davis, a perfect strike from her. 1-1 in the third. infante, base hit up the middle. royals up 3-1. ryan vogelsong couldn't make it out of the third. buster posey snapping out of a slump. rbi single left. matt duffy in. giants down 4-2. in the fifth after joe panik doubled, hunter speps in a 3 for 5 night. base hit. giants down 4-3. they'd tie it three batters later. amazing grab. pence tags and scores to make it 4-4. suddenly the giants' offense cannot be stopped. bottom six, bases loaded for sandoval who singles in blanco and posey.
6-4 g-men. they bust it wide open in the seventh with runners at the corners. panik, a gapper to left center, scoring michael morse. and blanco who scored three runs in this game. giants roll 11-4. series tied 2-2 with madison bumgarner to face james shields in game five tonight at at&t park. >> i'm ready for anything. so bochy gave me the chance, in the inning, i'm ready for everything. >> going into this game, we knew how important it was. we just never gave up. we scratched a run across to make it 4-2. then after that, you know, we had a good sense that, you know, we have a good chance of coming back. like i said, we just never gave up. that's the way this team is. we're going to battle, scratch and claw. >> he was great out of the pen with three scoreless innings to save the giants when it looked a little dicey. college football, stanford head coach blames himself for stanford's offensive woes. the cardinal, a mediocre 4-3
headed into homecoming against oregon state. coach shaw simplified his offense. it worked. opening drive. great catch. and 360 spin. he goes 42 yards and it's 7-0, stanford. hogan, up and down threw back-to-back picks. with the interception. and that would lead to a beavers touchdown. but hogan would make amends with his legs. keeping on the option. and look at wide-open. and then the stiff-arm. 37 yards. cardinal back in front, 14-7. and jordan pratt. does a great story. 29 years old. yes, college student. 29 years old. makes it 21-7, stanford. and then ty montgomery doing what ty montgomery does and makes it look so simple. 50 yards. weaving his way to the end zone. 38-14, stanford, heading into a pac-12 showdown with oregon next week. sharks hope to end a
three-game skid against a buffalo sabres team that came in 1-737 a saturday matinee. todd mcclellan, 1-5-2 his record against buffalo. no score until the third. nothing he could do. 1-0, buffalo. two minutes later, he could have done more on this play. the puck on the rebound gets away. he's right on the doorstep as the sharks drop their fourth straight, 2-1, the final. that is a wrap on morning sports. enjoy the rest of your weekend. and we'll see the giants in game five tonight at at&t park. i'm larry biel. next, a big race in san francisco today. where you can see the third annual soapbox derby.
powerball number 12. nobody picked all six. wednesday night's jackpot grows to $142 million. and the winning numbers from last night's $8 million super lotto plus draw, 1, 18, 22, 38, 44. the mega number, 26. nobody got all six in that draw either. wednesday's jackpot goes up to $9 million. happening today, youngsters will gather in san francisco's sunset district for the third annual soapbox derby. hosted by the san francisco rec department, the derby will feature a slope along 20th avenue that will serve as the race course for a variety of different homemade vehicles including a rubik's cube. the event will also feature classic cars, food and games. today's derby gets under way at 11:00 at the larson playground. next on the abc 7 sunday morning news at 6:00, a special procession for two deputies killed in the line of duty as new information comes to light about the man suspected of killing them. implgts and a huge victory for the giants in game four of the
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good sunday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm matt keller in for carolyn. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist mike niko. what a difference a day makes. >> this one lone shower is falling apart. good morning, everybody. put the wet weather gear away. just know there's a lot of dew and moisture in the air many morning. and with these light and variable winds, we do have fog forming. down to seven miles in livermore. the fog keeps forming. about a half mile in napa. so if you're traveling around this morning, patchy fog will be an iron pu check out temperatures. 49 in walnut creek. american canyon. the rest of us in the low to