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one of the biggest titles in sports. >> cause for celebration, but the post-game euphoria got out of hand. one bonfire set by a rowdy reveller. there were two shootings, a stabbing and a number of fist fights as well. >> we have live team coverage tonight live in san francisco this evening. let's start with police response. >> police say this is better than the chaos in the streets. but still, beyond uncool. >> to the clowns that came to san francisco to act out, i guess you just don't know what it's like to have a good time without being a jerk. and we had a lot of them last
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night. >> dancing on cars and vandalizing businesses. >> they're not regular people. that is not a way to celebrate. >> windows of this business are covered with graffiti. someone keyed the glass. the same up and down the street. the owner says she's not happy about the consequences. >> this is going to cost us. it's going to affect us. right? >> in 2012 it was hit hard but not last night. >> we're smart this time. we put our gate down this time. >> the craziness damaged more than property. two people were shot. they're okay. one person is in serious condition after being stabbed
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and three officers retreated after being hit with flying bottles. others were struck. >> it's just disgraceful. >> there were 40 arrests. of the six felonies four were not san francisco residents. in san francisco, abc7 news >> here is a route of the parade it starts at moon and cuts to the civic center for a rally in front of city hall. leanne a lot of people have been celebrating since last night. >> that is right. as of 7:00 this evening, this area will be closed to traffic
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the parade, we're telling everybody to take public transportation the parade will end here, a celebration and a party for fans from the giants. >> designing and painting floats doesn't happen overnight. >> we like building floats in less than three days. and this is a lot of fun. >> there are sponsors and organizations that have supported the team this year. >> we kept going this aall for nothing but they won. yeah. >> i just want to get down there. yes. this will be great. >> shops like patrick's
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stationary don't necessarily profit from the parade. >> during the parade it's not good for business. for the city it's energy and excitement. it's a great thing for us. >> during 2012, cell service was poor because of the fans trying to get on social media. this time there are temporary towers near the civic center. families enjoy seeing the parade, the school district is urging parents to keep kids in schools. >> schools are deciding how they're going to handle it. some are going to live stream the parade. >> the district failed to get
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average daily attendance from the rain. >> spencer you can pinpoint when we should expect to see rain. >> there is a high probability. we've got clouds over the bay area now. it's coming our way. here is our we'll see rain. around noon we expect rain to begin tapering off. and then later into afternoon sunny breaks and dry period of time. so i'll tell you what you can
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expect later. >> if you do plan to attend consider taking mass transit. bart will offer rush hour service throughout the day by putting trains into operation that will run until 2:00 a.m . and after the ceremony as well. cal train is adding service going home to the peninsula. they're all warning of long lines and crowded vehicles, so go early. >> we'll have live coverage beginning at 11:00 a.m tomorrow. >> happening now a major disruption to bart service in contra costa county. sky 7 shows a fallen palm tree blocking the tracks. on the pittsburgh bay point line. employees have spent owe 30 minutes hacking away at this tree in order to clear the tracks but you can see it's a
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good-sized tree. the rail will have to be checked for damage. >> tonight a california patrol motorcycle officer is recovering after collided with a car during a high-speed chase. chp says the officer was responding with lights and sirens on. >> fire crews repelled down a cliff to rescue a man a woman with him also fell, and landed 400 feet below near the water. and she died from her injuries >> a burglary suspect is in
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critical condition. police say two detectives were getting lunch when they spotted a man that was hit. >> a men low college student who says she was raped claims her assailant is still being allowed to attend classes. and the way she's protesting is unique and dramatic. from atherton tonight, a story only on abc7 news. >> christy trejo carries this rubber mattress everywhere she goes. she says it's a expression of the emotional weight of being a rape victim. it's also a protest of how the school, and the da handled her case. >> it's not fair. that no one listened.
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no one is there. people say they're there. they're not. >> christy's story starts october 4th. she and her friends were partying at the dorm. they met another group including the student that she says sexual assaulted her. that student went back to the room along with christy's friends. >> they were playing drinking games i wasn't familiar with it. >> she says she became very drunk. she went to bed and her girlfriends left the room. . >> i kept saying i wanted to go to sleep i kept saying i wasn't comfortable doing that because i was too drunk to understand what's happening. and he later did it anyway. >> he she told borders what happened the college gave abc7 news a statement says in part that their decision is barring the male student, involved in the incident from our campus for any
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purpose other than to attend classes. christy says that is not enough. >> he's still enrolled i can still run into him in my building. >> the college reported this incident to police they gave the results of the investigation to the district attorney. they declined to charge the case saying there wasn't enough evidence. christy told others about the story, several students told her they had been victimized by never told anyone. >> they're scared of what is going to happen they know nudging is going to happen. >> christy saw a new story of a case where a student carried a mattress around campus because her assailant was allowed to attend classes now, she wants to speak out and fight back. if you're a victim. vic lee, abc7 news.
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>> and this new yes means yes law requires students to make an affirmative and conscious decision to have sex. you can't give kons yenlt if you're drunk. however, the law does not go into affect until january 1st. >> still ahead tonight a follow up to a trampoline accident that injured an east bay girl. the same thing happened to this young man. >> a state park ranger asleep on the job. a picture touched off an i team investigation. >> patrol catches up with bikers that taunted one motorcycle officer. how they tracked them down >> good detective work. how 7 on your side was able to
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like kylea, he landed outside, surrounded by glass, and bleeding. >> i don't have full function in my thumb. i can't bend my wrist. i still have glass in my arm. it was cut across my head. >> later the trampolines are still three feet from the giant tempered glass windows. donald mcfierceon told us >> this is an abherration to our
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industry. >> they should have fixed it. >> the family decided not to file a lawsuit at that time. the current owner has yet to return our calls. the i team is investigating a startling photo. a state park ranger passed out on patrol with a beer between his legs. >> there is a preview of the report tonight at 11:00. >> you're going to meet the trucker that took the voto. this state park ranger asleep on
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the job. he couldn't wake up and called 911. >> i did them a favor. i saved someone's life. he has kids and a wife. >> after his arrest, his blood alcohol was three times legal limit. and what happened to the ranger? was he treated like you or i would have been? >> thank you, dan. >> motorcyclists who filmed himself doing stunts and taunting a officer has been arrested he was one of 50 guy who's recklessly took over
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month. . he says an officer tried pulling several of them over >> they just didn't evade that officer that day, but the california highway patrol. we utilize all of the resources >> investigators say they used social media to find him. and chp says more arrests are expected. >> time to turn to the halloween, and parade, forecast. >> you know, game seven, today, spencer christian has pressure. >> feeling the heat tonight. >> yes. >> and that looks like what it's going to happen here tomorrow. here is a look at live doppler 7 hd. clouds thickening.
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there may be spots of moisture on the ground. you can see clouds again just bright skies way off into the distance. it's 62 degrees in san francisco. and san jose, 70. 69 morgan hill. check out this view, looking over san francisco from our roof top camera. santa rosa. napa, 62. another view from our camera, these forecast features we'll have a wet morning commute. and the way things are shaping up, satellite shows rain ahead of the front arriving overnight. then, scattered showers and some
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areas of scattered showers. and concentrated raechl will be up north the front will have swept throughout the city of san francisco most rain ahead of the front. but there will be showers so as we lead up to parade time there will be wet looks like parade will be unaffected by rainfall. tomorrow night, more pockets of showers. that is the way things are shaping up by 5:00 saturday afternoon, we predict wettest spots will be down into the south bay mountains. may see 1 to 2 inches of rain.
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15/100ths to 4-tenths of an inch. there will be travel delays and poke yits of areas highs mid-60s tomorrow, here is the accu-weather forecast. starting to clear out late saturday, sunday, monday, tuesday, throughout thursday. sunny day was a warming trend. set your clocks back and that is an extra hour. >> coming up next showing off giants pride. >> just make sure you're not getting ripped off the story. stay h
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you see people wearing the latest giants tee shirts, but some of the gear might be fake and federal agents want to get it off the street. it's part of a wide spread trade
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that spreads from coast to coast. >> violations that occur within a year or 12 month period could totel up to $2 billion. that could cover clothing to pharmaceuticals. >> if you thought san francisco went crazy for madison balmgartner this is north carolina. the entire student body crowded the gym to cheer him his mother watched the action from her home. >> sitting on the edge of the sofa. i couldn't breathe.
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it's the most stressful thing. my neck is sore from the stress. >> the population is 80,000 and has plans for a madison bumgardener day with a pig parade. >> here is a picture we've post of brandon crawford and his daughter. we'll post pictures throughout the day tomorrow. >> there is more stup here tonight. a bay who cannot hug his family. tonight he's under an ebola quarantine he says he's fine with it. >> tonight the silicon valley ceo coming out of the closet. why he considers it a gift and why he kept it under wraps so long.
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others will follow to stop the spread of the disease. abc7 news is l redwood city. >> one week down, two more to go. his family moved elsewhere. however, he talked to reporters via ski via skype. . >> i have a very, very understanding family. it's been busy. with lots of advising and sharing and continuing recruitment efforts. >> he's using the time to help recruit more volunteers. he believes more americans need to go there. >> the way that is going to
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happen is if we try >> it was a surprise to a neighbor around the corner the doctor will be allowed outside to jog or ride a bike. >> it could be hard to say from the transmission of the illness if i went for a run, park or by myself. there is no danger to the public. >> he sympathizes with the main nurse challenging her quarantine. >> i am sympathetic to her situation, and treatment. and the spot lights she's been in i'm sure she has no anticipation this is going to occur >> i want to hug my wife and
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give her a kiss. >> now that nurse in maine jumped on her bike and took a spin with her boyfriend. maine's governor wants her in quarantine for 21 days and says he's ready to exercise the full extent of his authority to protect the public. >> i don't want her within three feet of anyone. let's put it this way. i'm going to use legal provisions to the fullest extent the law allows me. >> ep i'm not willing to stand here and let my civil rights be violated. >> she returned from treating patients in west africa still has no symptoms >> nurses from maine to california are calling for increased ebola standards in
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hospitals. dozens of nurses gathered to call for a national day of action. part of a larger >> the message to the nurses are getting and have been given is that they're expendable. and i think first there is shock, then anger, now, to action. >> they expect more than 100,000 nurses to take action. >> a manhunt ended in pennsylvania for a expected cop killer on the run. police believe he killed one trooper and wounded another. that triggered a massive search
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in the pocono mountains. >> oakland police have now identified a suspect arrested in the fatal road rage shooting of a mother of four. investigators recovered a vehicle and a firearm. information from viewers helped them make the arrest. >> this >> her husband says the other motorist didn't like the way he was driving and opened fire. >> an announcement from tim cook. this time it's not about a new product. more on why cook says he's
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speaking out about something more personal. >> tim cook kept his private life private. now, just two days after, cook announced he's gay. i'm proud to be gay, he wrote, i consider being gay among the greatest gifts god has given me. in june he was outed on sqwauk on the street. . >> i think tim cook is fairly open he's gay at the head of apple. isn't he? >> no. >> oh, dear. we've got an error? >> yeah. >> cook join joined a high list of executives that includes peter teal who spoke with abc7 news. >> i don't think it's something that leads to problems in silicon valley.
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this is a fairly progressive part of the country. i couldn't say this has been held against me. >> he points out companies like apple deal in cultures far different from california >> i don't judge people that don't come out. i think they're many different contexts people find themselves in. >> this is awesome. i think it's another indication gay people are everywhere. >> and he said he's proud and called this move courageous. >> apple celebrates diversity. >> shun was in a powerful role. >> in san francisco, abc7 news.
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here is jerry brown costing his vote today. if he wins he will be out of office. he replied you never know. one of the questions he'll be asked next week is are we sending too many criminals to prison? prop 47.
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do you know what a felony is? this would reduce the penalty foremost violent crimes from a felony to a misdemeanor. already convicted felons would have i chance to be resentenced and released from jail. as long as the courts think they don't pose a serious risk. criminals stay where they are no matter what. supporters believe this will free but opponents believe the releasing is a bad idea because they might commit more crimes and just end up back in jail, and hurting more people.
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voting yes means you support reducing penalties and sentencing for nonviolent crimes. voting no means you do not support reducing penalties and sentencing for nonviolent crimes. from felonies to misdemeanors >> for all the reports go to our web site and they will be posted there. >> and stay here, up next a woman had a satellite dish installed on her roof got more than she
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a construction crew is accused of causing extensive damage to the roof. >> there are homeowners
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on property, but proving who is responsible is a different matter. >> there is a there is a leak on the walls. >> it happened last winter. >> the water was coming down from the ceiling. >> there is a big hole in the roof. and the contract the contract to connect the home for internet service. >> he came back in and told me it would be difficult. >> workers enned up running the cable on the outside of the house. with this to the internet. her husband did detective work. the shape of the indentation on the roof matched the brackets.
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>> these are the two holes and deborah sent her pictures to dish they sent out an investigation concluding dish was not at fault she tried to appeal, higher up the dish chain she called 7 on your side. we contacted dish. dish agreed to reinspect the roof z called deborah, asking her to get estimates for roof, and office repairs. it came to $2850 >> i'm happy i've gotten a response. >> she hasn't told us settlement she reached with dish. >> go to abc7, click on the seks tab.
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then select 7 on your side you'll be able to see all of my reports there. >> good stuff. >> thank you. >> time for another check on the forecast tonight. >> parade trick or treating forecast. >> starting with clouds thickening now. rain arriving in parts of the state tomorrow night. we'll have showers, rainfall, showers down south near l.a. here in the bay area, we have had all-important parade going on. into afternoon a window of dry opportunity. highs in a narrow range. and sunsets at 6:12 we expect partly sunny skies, dry wet period there. they'll be a greater chance of scattered showers and trick or
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treaters getting wet. here is the accu-weather forecast. we'll dry out saturday and sunday. >> all right. thank you spencer. >> we're all keyed up for the big parade the city will carry it here. >> one of the things we'll talk about is are the geents a true sports dynasty? we'll hear from the skipper with an opinion that might surprise you. sports is coming up next.
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good evening after a super human effort the sports world is taking notice. a funny moment today with new york media. with a third title giants talk of baseball. maybe dynasty talk here.
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>> we beat the odds, you know? so that makes it more special. >> we love to do it for fans they're a part of this. and we're fortunate to have a fan face, support we have. and there they kept the faith. these players, they're happy but we saw a video of them celebrating that gave them goose bumps.
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>> it's nice to be mentioned but you think of yankees and those teams i think we'll have a little ways to go. the fact we're mentioned is an honor. >> who would have thought you'd be on your way to a hall of fame career? >> well, i'll be honest. i was a young guy trying to make it up to big leagues. and you know i know how blessed i am. i'm fortunate to have the ownership. and front office. and great coaching staff, then, players. >> this is a wonderful example.
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so just like giants after up right, right back on her feet and continuing a journey. >> we do little things right. >> that is just precious. >> flash brothers picking up. stef stripping the market finishing with a left hand step. and fans were celebrating as
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warriors beat the second period, a power play. his five nl of the >> great stuff. >> yes. >> join us tonight at 9:00. cable channel 13. the massive fire works show that was never supposed to happen. what set it off? tonight at 9:00 >> then, on abc7 news at 11:00 passed out on patrol. this ranger caught drinking and driving on the job. did he get special treatment? the surprising answer. >> prime time tonight here on
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abc7 a classic. it's the great pumpkin, charlie brown followed by a new classic, scandal and how to get away with murder >> that is it for this edition of abc7 news. >> from all of us here, we appreciate your time. and will see you again at 9:00 and 11:00.
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this is "jeopardy!" please welcome today's contestants -- a management consultant originally from brooksville, florida... an author from st. louis, missouri... and our returning champion, a patent attorney from alexandria, virginia... and now, here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. hello, everyone. ryan was dominant in yesterday's game. he was the challenger, defeated co-champions, and wound up with close to $20,000.
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let's see how well he does today against the ladies. eileen and allison, welcome. here we go. the jeopardy! round is where we start, as always. and these are the categories. they should be new categories. in deep cuts, we want you to name the artist for us. great place to visit. alex: ryan, start. let's go to smithsonian from a to z for $200. allison. what is the hope diamond? that's the "h." i'll take smithsonian for $400. allison. what is plymouth rock? good. i'll take deep cuts for $200.


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