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and it starts with foster farms simply raised chicken. california grown with no antibiotics ever. let's get comfortable with our food again. live where you live this is abc7 news. >> overheeded -- overheated and dehydrated and diagnosed with pneumonia. the seekness forced hillary clinton to cancel her trip to california and may affect her push for the white house. clinton alarmed followers after she left early from the 9/11 memorial service in new york. she was seen stumbling to her van and the secret service particularly carrying her into it. her doctor responded saying it is pneumonia and she'll need rest. lilian kim is live in san francisco's ma sonic center. that's where the candidate was supposed to speak tomorrow. lilian? >> reporter: the fund rayser will go -- the fundraiser will go on as scheduled even
without hillary clinton who is expected to take this time to rest. the video shows hillary clinton leaving a 9/11 ceremony after being overheated and dehydrated. on her way to her vehicle she loses her footing and propped back up by aides and secret service. even after that she appears to struggle into the van. she emerged hours later from her daughter's apartment. >> how are you feeling? >> i feel great. >> reporter: the democratic presidential candidate has been told to take it easy. her doctor said she was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. >> she and her doctor know what is best. >> reporter: she is on the host committee for monday's fundraiser where clinton was supposed to show up in person, but will appear via tele conference. kd lange will perform. tickets ranged from $250 to $50,000. >> we are 58 days from the campaign and we need people on the phone calling the
battleground states. >> reporter: clinton's campaign push may be overshadowed by uhing tays on her health. trump and supporters question her stamina in recent months. >> the most damaging part for clinton is this opens up the argument that the campaign is not forthcoming with details about her health and other things. >> reporter: clinton is currently at her home in chap paw quo, new york. no word when she will resume her schedule. >> tomorrow donald trump will take his campaign to baltimore and is set to speak at a conference of national guard association of america. police expect a loud protest. after that he will hold a rally in north carolina. a new abc news "washington post" poll shows clinton with a slight lead over trump. she has for the 6% -- 46% support from likely voters and trump 41%. we'll bring you campaign updates as they happen to your
mobile device. download the abc7 news app and enable push alerts. thousands honor the history of the september 11th a attacks with a ceremony in new york city. police officers and firefighters lead this morning's procession at the world trade center site. family members and friends continue a tradition that began in 2002. they read the names of the loved ones they lost in 2001. in the bay area a 9/11 memorial tradition is growing in lafayette. alyssa harrington is live in lafayette with the story. alyssa? >> reporter: it started with one person holding a flag at a lafayette bridge and now 15 years later people are keeping the tradition alive to honor the men and women who were killed. you couldn't miss it driving along highway 24 in lafayette. dozens of american flags, signs and people waiving from
the overpass. on this day for 15 years people have gathered here in remembrance of those who were killed in the september 11th terror attacks. >> just thinking of the people who sacrificed their lives on this day. >> this makes me very proud. i love being out on the bridge. >> reporter: after the attacks in 2001, one man stood here with a single flag and others joined. since then the east bay bridge has been the meeting spot where a grassroots group of veterans and volunteers who call themselves the flag briggade meet with others in the community. although they will never forget organizers say it is important to educate children who weren't even born yet about the solemn anniversary. they put up old newspaper articles, peck tours and a -- pictures and a flag for people to sign jievment it allows the kids to see where we have come from. >> it is part of the american history. we were attacked and we were victimized. it is important to teach our children that freedom matters
>> at dusk they stood on the overpass and lit can dahls and and -- candles and said a prayer and had a moment of silence. alyssa harrington, abc7 news. >> abc7 news was in palo alto today as members of all faiths marched in solidarity. it honors victims of 9/11, their families and the first responders at ground 0. organizers want people who think, feel and believe things in a common moment. they marched together at mitchell park. bay area first responders paid tribute to their colleagues who lost their lives trying to save others on 9/11. cornell bernard has more. >> reporter: prayers for lives lost 15 years ago.
a 9/11 memorial mass in san jose's st. joseph cathedral. >> we awoke to what seemed impossible, to such loss of life, to such valiant brave re. bravery. >> reporter: they honored the bravery of first responders at ground 0. >> the firefighters and police officers that went into the building, they were doing their job and that's what we do as first responders every day. >> reporter: the proy session of police and firefighters marched down fire station number one beneath the giant flag. john was among the first team%f
pushed across the bay. and they will make it to our inland east bay before long. maybe accompanied by mist and drizzle. you can see highway 80 under the gray with elsa ruey toe and con -- el cerito. and you can see san ramon is looking at clear skies. outside emeryville we have clouds and 61 in oakland and 60 in san jose. mor gay >> morgan hill a cool 56. right now from coit tower looking at the numbers in the low 50s. concord 59 and livermore 58. the winds have been really gusting through the delta. near 40 miles an hour at times. elsewhere 12 to 15 miles an hour. things have dialed back since earlier. we will see breezy conditions particularly in the higher elevations and the coastal hills tomorrow as the cool weather descends over northern california. mist and drizzle at the
coast. more so into tuesday morning and breezy and cooler tomorrow. we are looking at chilly afternoon readings. as we get to wednesday the temperatures will begin to come up. by the end of the week we are back to summer where fall really doesn't arrive for another 10 days. 55 in fremont and santa cruz at fest 2. 52. hour by hour the clouds are advancing to the east overnight. and then i will stop this at 7:00 in the morning and fast-forward to monday nighty. this is where you get to see the drizzle and the mist. 2:00 on tuesday morning. then as wee continue through the morning hours it looks soggy down around santa cruz and perhaps a couple hundredths in and around oakland and san francisco. we'll watch it for you. in the meantime tuesday looks like a cool and breezy day with numbers in the mid70s. concord.
a little warm around the bay and as we get through the later part of the week and a minor bump on wednesday. by thursday we are back into the 80sand it is feeling more seasonal. looking at high temperatures in the south bay and after the morning gray we will see about 74 san jose and 76 in morgan hill and 70 red -- redwood city. in the city, maybe a little more sunshine tomorrow, but still cool at 61. 71 in santa roughy saw. in santa rosa. 68 in fremont and you head inland and we are looking at mid70s. it is getting gusty over the hills later in the day. the 49ers tomorrow. look how comfortable. usually it is really hot this time of year. 64 degrees at 7:20. the accu-weather seven-day forecast is looking at temperatures in the 70s inland today and tomorrow. and then we're getting warmer and you can always look at our abc7 news app to track the warm up, the winds, the mist, the drizzle, all of that. >> it is so easy to use that.
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norton frustrated with the defensive break down. the raiders push back in the fourth. a 14-3 run to tie it up. this 75-yard run and he is from louisiana and a two-point conversion and 27-27 all. now, under a minute to go and it is 34-27 saints and derrick carr to seth robertss and touchdown. it is one to tie and two to win. raiders decide to go for two. carr and michael crabtree hookup and what a catch. 35-34, but crab gets a celebration penalty and saints have a chance. the saints rookie kicker with a 61-yard field goal. he has the leg. it is wide left. raiders win it 35-34 and afterwards coach del rio was asked if he consulted anyone. >> i didn't ask for feedback there. basically i let them know early in that drive. i said when we go score here,
we are going to go for two. we will win it right here. it is great stuff. at the end of the day you want to come out with a w. somehow, someway. >> just win, baby. coming into today's series finale in arizona hunter pence is the first giants player to score back to back wins in 24 years. with l.a. losing the jeebts -- the giants are three back in the west. paying respect on 9/11. zach greinke and see ya. the 10th homer of the year. 1-0 giants just like that. matt moore gave up two runs, but he was pretty good. struck out the side in the 6th. tieing a career high with 11k's. giants up 3-2. pence with a two-run double brings in pagan and crawford. they sweep the snakes and are three back of l.a. and returning home for a three-game set against the padres. a's and player rein -- a's
and mariners. tied at two in the eighth. a fly to right center. a sliding catch. seattle takes the lead. single to center and it is 3-2. bottom of 9 and he thinks it is ball four and instead strike 3 and the game is over and the a's will lose it 3-2. this abc7 sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. plays of the day from golf and tennis and a look ahead to monday night football with the niners. stick around. i'll see you then. >> shu, thanks a lot. still ahead, a deck collapse at an east coast college shares eerie similarities to a deck collapse in the bay area. and why police arrested a college football player after his game in california over the weekend?
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live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> here is a look at tonight's top stories. hillary clinton will not travel to a fundraiser in san francisco tomorrow. this after clinton over heated and left a 9/11 ceremony in new york city. the presidential hopeful is battling pneumonia. no word when clinton will return to the cam pain trail -- campaign trail. vandalism marred a tribute. small flags were burned and others had the sticks broken outside station two of the menlo park fire district. that station helped with recovery work in new york 15 years ago. american flags flew above
highway 24 in love lafayette today. it started with one man who stood on the overpass following the terror attacks in 2 001. the flag briggade has made it a tradition ever since then. today thousands gathered at ground 0 to remember the lives lost in the largest terrorist attack ever on u.s. soil. marcy gonzalez has the story. >> thomas henry mcginnis. >> michael gregory mcguinty. >> reporter: through tradition -- >> wesley mercer. >> reporter: -- and tearful memories. >> i never got to say goodbye. >> reporter: paying tribute to 2,996 lives lost in the september 11th terror attacks 15 years ago today. >> 15 years is like 152nds. >> reporter: the resilient reflection of the new 1 world trade center.
to the pentagon. >> as americans we do not give in to fear. >> reporter: and a field in sanction -- shanksville, pennsylvania. ceremonies highlighting not just the utter loss and horror of the day, but the heroism. >> saved many lives on september 11th. thank you, wells, for the gift of your final hour. >> reporter: honoring the legacies etched into history and into the hearts of those too young to remember. >> i am 15 years and three months old. though i only knew you for three months, i feel like i have known you forever. >> reporter: those grieving family members of all ages say this day never gets any easier, but that it is so important to be here carrying on that vow made 15 years ago to never forget. marcy gonzalez, abc news, new york. oakland athletics and their fans paid tribute to
local police officers during a special pre game ceremony. motorcycle officers represented several agencies. they paraded around the field and saluted america during the playing of the national anthem. a college football player in southern california was arrested after his game. he is accused of punching the referee and it is caught on camera. abc news reporter with the details. >> reporter: tonight this referee knockout caught on camera -- >> the ref just got punched in the face by a player. what? >> reporter: the ref holding back mount san antonio college lineman bernard shermer as he has words with the other team. then the hit, the ref laid out. the 6-5, 270-pound lineman immediately ejected from the game and arrested. now facing a felony battery charge. >> his father said he was hitting himself in the head to calm down accidently striking the ref. >> if you go back and look for
it, you can see he struck himself. >> reporter: trainers were rushing to help the official. he never returned to the game. this is the latest case of a ref roughed up on the field. in texas last year this lineman makes a bee line for the referee. he is down and another player divess into him head first. >> there are 23 states around the country that have decided to create laws that make it a criminal action to assault a referee. >> that was adrian bancart reporting. sherman's family hopes the charges would be dropped. if not it could end his playing career. athletic policy say -- says he could be suspended up to five years. a person accused of impersonating a doctor is arrested of fraud. he is accused of attempting to buy a $35,000 lexus at this dealership with false documents and accused of
getting an elderly woman to cosine for the loan. >> there was a lot he was saying and doing that didn't add up. >> they called police after discovering his previous arrest in february. that's when the team who called -- teen who called himself dr. love treated patients at a medical clinic with his name on the door. he is being held on three new charges of fraud with no bond. transgender actress alexis arquette has died. the 47-year-old chronicled her transition of sex reassignment surgery in the documentary "alexis arquette, she is my brother. she played in "pulp fiction" and" bride of chucky". her cause of death has not been released. a college party in connecticut ends in near tragedy as two crowded balconies collapse on to
another balcony below. more than two dozen students were treated for injuries, but no one was killed. as abc news reporter reports, it is the latest in a number of similar incidents. >> chaos and off campus house party in connecticut. three decks packed with people collapsed. >> we have three balconies that collapsed. >> reporter: the third story deck crashing down after 11:00 in the meddle of the crowded party and landing on the porch below and then all collapsed to the first floor. dozens were trapped. >> we got reports that people scattered and there was debris on top of people. >> reporter: most students from nearby trinity college. >> the third floor you can see the wood was old and structurally not very sound. you have 50 or 60 kids out there. >> reporter: we have seen this destructive combination before. last year this roof collapsed
during the st. patrick's day college party in california and six students were killed when this balcony collapsed from the fourth floor of an apartment building. in all as many as 30 people taken to area hospitals with minor injuries and officials say it is a miracle no one was killed. >> that was eva pilgrim reporting. trinity college confirmed to abc news that they own the property and at this point they don't know when it was last inspected. next on abc7 news at 11:00 what researchers found in a sing is gel strand of hair that can crack cold cases and
bay area researchers have developed a new technique that could crack unsolved crimes or even answer mysteries from centuries ago, and it does this by tapping into the power of human hair. >> reporter: from tracing the footsteps of pre historic creatures to investigating the crime of the century dna testing has revolutionized the science of forensics. even investigators admit the dna evidence can be tricky to collect because it degrades quickly in the environment. >> what we have done is developed a technique that gives us access to genetic information about a person without needing their dna. >> brad hart directs the silence lab. they are perfecting a system that analyzes the proteins in human hair.
they say even a single strand contains a biologic signature so strong it can identify a person among the entire population of the world. the advantages could be game changing. >> it has the potential to be cheap and quick to obtain and fast and technology is fundamentally different to dna. >> once the samples are processed they are run through a device known as a mass pectometer. they are influenced by mutations in a person's dna. the result is a unique signature pattern of dna, but more durable. >> we all have genetic differences and it shows up in the differences of proteins. >> reporter: it is being optimized as the in you markers are uncovered, but they hope it can resolve riddles from centuries past or
even solve another crime of the century in the future jievment if we can provide -- >> if we can provide a tool that can help in even a small number of cases that would be fantastic. >> beyond modern crime scenes it could revolutionize archaeology. they say they have been able to isolate protein markers in human hair from remains more than 250 years old. now a look at the forecast and drew is off. lisa argen is in. jay we have a steady on -- >> we have a steady on shore flow that is transported across the bay. with those winds it will be another cool night, and you will notice by tomorrow we are waking up to the low clouds and fog all across the bay. hazy afternoon sunshine. this is interesting. this is oakland for the week ahead. 65 tomorrow. we should be in the mid70s. look at the week. it is going to feel like fall, but then a high of 74 tomorrow. way off here from your highs in the upper 80s.
slowly by the end of the week we get to seasonal averages. 61 in san francisco. that sounds familiar. 70 in napa and palo alto. the accu-weather seven-day forecast, morning drizzle today and tomorrow morning and then the fog should clear out and warm up and we will be back to the more typical september like bay area weather. >> lisa, thank you very much. more sports now and shu is here. >> our first regular season plays of the day on deck, and what a day it was around the nfl. and he holds off novak djokovic for his first title in new york on 9/11. busy day in sports. we have it all. >> when it happens where you live -- >> thousands of itt tech students were left stranded after the company announced it is shutting its doors effective immediately. >> the abc7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> hayward, menlo park. >> we are live in morgan hill. >> i am at san francisco state talking about student loans. >> are you paying a lot?
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change. "the joker" will take the first set in a tie break. and then djokovic down 4-5 and stan has the joker running. he will rip the forehand winner up the line. he breaks to win the set. we go to the third stetson. "the stanimal" wearing" the joker down." watch this winner right there. stan goes on 2-1 and takes the fourth set. early break point and djokovic into net and stan with the early break. championship point. djokovic backhand and goes long. vavrinka wins in four sets. what a match for his third major title. and now it is time for our first regular season plays of the day. we kick off in arizona with the cardinals hostin the patriots without tom brady. garapalo looking like he will do just fine for new england. the td pass to chris hogan and giving the pats an early lead. larry fitzgerald's 100th
career touchdown pass was amazing. it gave arizona a one-point lead in the fourth. look at that concentration. new england up two and a chance to win. the 47-yard try is no good. the pats win it 23-21 and now with three home games until brady comes back. chiefs were down 23-3 early against san diego. on the two-yard keeper a devastating loss to the chargers 33-27 the final. pete carroll needed to be extra energetic for seattle and miami. 30 seconds to play. russell williams lost it up -- lops it up and they win it 12-10. former cal quarterback aaron roger rains for a score and dash -- dash aaron rodgers ran for one. that is all arm strength right
there. the packers win it 27-23. winston tied debe are rg with four td passes on opening day. bo did it against the falcons. 281 yards and four td's to four receivers. look for jameis to have a break yoit season. a breakout season. gabbert gets a start tomorrow night against the rams on a game you can see here. chip kelly says from the day he got to the bay he impressed kelly with the way he goes about his business and carries himself. >> that's in blaine's dna in terms of how he operates. i don't think he is doing things outside of the quarterback competition. that's the way blaine is. it is evidence of the players here too. >> all right, some a's news. billy butler was not working out on the a's and that's why oakland released the
30-year-old this morning even though they owe him $10 million. just over a year and a half butler hit only 19 homeruns for the a's. and adding to that power back and they got donaldson being traded. the last draw for butler is the clubhouse brawl. still he was not happy to see butler and shown the door. >> you never want to get news like that of a teammate. it is hard to see anybody go. it happens too often. we loved him here. it is unfortunate the way it went. you know he will land on his feet and will come back. >> all right, final round of the bmw championship. paul kasey on the par 5, 15th hole and second place behind dustin johnson. a chance to cut the lead. kasey drains his eagle. johnson up next. same hole and same attempt. he gets it.
johnson wins his third event including the u.s. open. five under 67 by three strokes over kasey and he now leads the fed ex cup race. this sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. i want to know how you get the jobs. you walk away with $10 million. in someways the athletes are making so much money that it doesn't bother them to get cut or fired. i'll just get on another team. or if you lose a world championship, like the warriors, i'm making $18 million. i'll get over it and we'll try next year. we used to play for the ring and then try to get money. now it is the other way around. let's get the big contract and then hopefully i'll get a big ring. >> you wonder who has the biggest arm in the nfl. if you can throw a touchdown pass falling backwards and getting pulled back by a lineman like aaron rodgers, that's pretty good. >> i would put aaron rodgers at the top of the list for not only arm strength, but as the
best quarterback. l.a. rams are back and the rivalry is back. >> shu, thanks a lot. abc7 news continues tomorrow morning at 4:30. don't forget tomorrow is a special day here on abc7. a new show at 3:00 followed by early edition of world news and season 23 of "dance with the stars" is on early. the 49ers pre game show and it will be some match up. we'll see you later. ♪ grocery shoppers of america! take your o organics baby carrots. take your eggs. even your o organics chips. and join the organic movement. organic food is no longer just for the privileged few. now everyone can afford to go organic.
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