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breaking news in half moon bay where highway 1 is closed after a chp car hit and killed a pedestrian. it happened just outside of sam's chowder house. thanks for joining us. tiffany wilson just tweeted that video you saw. tiffany? >> reporter: that's right, eric, we arrived about ten minutes ago. it is still a very active scene. the chp officer who hit that pedestrian was traveling northbound on highway 1 when he struck the man right in front of sam's chowder house. the pedestrian was a 74-year-old filipino man from burlingame. a worker at sam's chowder house and another bystander said the man was part of a wedding reception being celebrated at
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the chowder house tonight. now, that man was rendered aid by the fire department but he did die here at the scene. this happened at 8:24 p.m. a portion of highway 1 has been closed since a few minutes after the accident. highway 1 is expected to remain closed for at least four more hours, as san mateo sheriff's department continues to route cars along different side streets. but highway 1 is closed between cap i strano road and coronado street. the officer involved in the accident was taken back to the station and vallejo police will take over the investigation. it is still very busy out here. so if you have to travel through this area, be wary of the road closures. again, a 74-year-old pedestrian was struck and killed by a chp vehicle earlier this evening. reporting live in half moon bay, tiffany wilson, abc 7 news.
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to the other top story now. all eyes are on the warriors and nuggets before the preseason game at oracle arena, after controversy over national anthem protests. lonnie rivera has the story from oakland. >> reporter: you could feel the energy as the warriors returned to the hardwood at oracle saturday for the first time since winning the championship in june. before the game -- the warriors all stood for the national anthem. their opponents, the denver nuggets linked arms. their way of protesting inequality. >> i think the fact that they actually stood and locked arms is basically showing their commitment to doing what's right. >> reporter: the move is the latest in ongoing protests by professional athletes that started with former 49er colin kaepernick. >> we wanted to do something as
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a unit. we linked arms. >> i stressed on them the importance of respecting our flag. but if they wanted to do something to show some kind of unity and solidarity, i was all for it. >> reporter: the nba requires players and coaches to stand for the anthem but is encouraging teams to address the issue with pre-game speeches. >> for all the racial inequality, the police brutality, the things that people are protesting right now. hopefully our guys will take that to heart and do that when we get home. >> i hope it doesn't come to any of the sports. i don't think it's the place for it. >> reporter: on this night the warriors did not protest the national anthem. >> we don't need to please anybody. our team doesn't. no matter what we do, we're going to take criticism. >> we don't need to. to do anything else to show where we stand. >> reporter: because they all stood doesn't mean the players are done voicing their opinions. in oakland, lonnie rivera, abc 7
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news. switching gears now. amid the destruction and devastation in puerto rico, a twitter war has now broken out between president trump and the mayor of san juan. the president accuses the mayor of poor leadership. here's abc news reporter linda lopez. >> reporter: there is no unity, at least on twitter about the giant relief efforts to help millions of victims in storm ravaged puerto rico. president trump complaining about san juan's mayor, tweeting, such poor leadership ability by the mayors and others in puerto rico who are not able to get their workers to help. they want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort. cruz replying -- >> i don't have time for idle talk. i'm worried about one thing, saving lives. >> reporter: cruz may have set off president trump by accusing his administration of killing us with the inefficiency ten days after maria devastated the island.
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>> i've been involved with many disasters. this is the worst i've seen. >> reporter: meanwhile, cruz has been out in the flooded streets, locating survivors, speaking to residents, handing out supplies. so far, nem r fema has distributed more than 1.3 million meals. and the military is working with the island's officials and national guard. >> we've been distributing food and water and they deserve all the help we can give them. >> reporter: but the president tweeting saturday night, results of recovery efforts will speak much louder than complaints by san juan mayor. the president and first lady are expected in puerto rico on tuesday. when asked, mayor cruz said she has no problem meeting with the president when he arrives. linda lopez, abc news, new york. families around the bay area are showing support for puerto rico. fund-raisers were held in both
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san francisco and san jose today. >> reporter: president trump's comments on twitter and amount of federal aid in puerto rico has motivated and mobilized >> on twitter, their mayor is out in the streets wading through water helping people in need. i am so proud of her for doing what she's doing. i would say get off twitter and do your job. >> reporter: they organized the fund-raiser at midnight sun in the castro. she also performed in the drag show to raise money. >> we're just doing what we can to make up for the lack of response from the government. >> reporter: supporters downed jell-o shots, bought raffle tickets and opened up their wallets to help those in need. >> people give us 20s, just being really generous. >> reporter: that generosity was echoed across the bay. volunteers near jack london square packed boxes of food, bottled water and toiletries for
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families still without power in puerto rico. >> it is unacceptable that people now, all this time, after the storm, still don't have water, still don't have food, still aren't getting the response that they need. >> reporter: oakland city council member said the federal government should be doing more. >> if they won't, we will. >> reporter: abc 7 news' reporter helped with the drive. abc 7 news. a semi truck is now packed with diapers and ready to head from the bay area to texas for hurricane victims there. people handed off donations today. the diapers will go to the diaper bank which had to hand out 20,000 boxes of diapers in the first 72 hours after hurricane harvey hit. other products will head to faith groups to be distributed to people in need. >> we need many items. there's a huge need. it's going to be ongoing.
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please go to our website and sign up for updates. we're committed for the long haul. >> they'll hold a benefit concert for relief efforts in the caribbean. if you're interested in donating to puerto rico or houston's relief efforts, we have everything you need to know about how to help on abc7news.com. click on the link under our featured section. a man accused of robbing a motorcycle shop got instant karma. harley-davidson posted this surveillance video where you see the suspect running out of the store friday afternoon and several store employees chasing him. one employee tries to stop him by jumping on to his car and smashes in his windshield. the man stole four leather jackets after spending more than an hour inside the shop acting suspiciously. a flight bound for los angeles from paris had to make an emergency stop in eastern canada. the flight landed safely in knee foundland this morning. the engine on the right side was
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mangled. there was an explosion, the plane temporarily dropped and shook for a few seconds. passengers were rerouted to l.a. a british client killed in a rock slide at yosemite park died saving his wife. andrew foster dove on top of his wife to save her from the rock fall on wednesday. andrew and lucy foster traveled from their home in wales to celebrate their first wedding anniversary. they had been planning to climb for months. a much larger slide happened the next day injuring a florida man. much more ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00. shock and grief tonight in a quiet east bay community after a beloved neighbor is killed inside his home. i'm meteorologist drew tuma. the forecast for tomorrow featuring more in the way of winds, and increasing our fire
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dnger. i'll explain in the forecast ahead. he's retiring. heartbreak. >> a fan favorite spends his final day on the mound. and the
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an 80-year-old man is dead after he was murdered late last night. police have arrested the victim's son. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has the story from oakland tonight. >> a big shocker. >> reporter: residents of this affluent upper rockwood neighborhood are stubbed over the murder of a beloved neighbor. >> jovial. >> reporter: relatives tell abc 7 news, 80-year-old earnest clark was killed in his home.
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he suffered major trauma to the head, during an assault late friday night. his daughter was also injured in the attack. >> i don't know why anyone would want to hurt him. >> reporter: oakland police arrested a suspect. clark's son is in custody for the crime. neighbor damian park said a true friend to all. >> great neighbor to have. looking out for people. watching the warriors games. great guy. >> reporter: the family just celebrated clark's 80th birthday. >> they had a huge party last weekend with valley service. so the street was blocked off. people from all over oakland coming up here. >> reporter: police say a motive for the crime isn't known. cornell bernard, abc 7 news. with two big blasts, another piece of bay area history disappeared today. video from cal trans shows two of the old bay bridge peers
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number 9 and number 10 being imploded around 9:30 this morning. this is the third of a series of the old eastern span scheduled through november. you can see from the toll plaza camera, cal trans briefly stopped all traffic on the bridge as a safety precaution. eight more piers are set to come down in about two weeks. important information, the press democrat reports some casino customers may have had their names, addresses and social security numbers compromise. a spokeswoman said human error caused the personal information to go out in a hidden attachment in a small number of e-mails. the e-mails went out between february and august of this year. the customers affected will get a letter in the mail. the casino is offering them a free one-year subscription to a credit monitoring service. an east bay football game had to end early. a fight happened at el se rito
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high school. it was sold out. the mercury news reports school officials tried to clear the stadium to resume the game but fights continued so they stopped it. both teams' coaches will decide whether they will reschedule but indicated it is unlikely to happen. a standing ovation for giants great matt cain who took the mound for the last time today. the 32-year-old ace decided to retire after 13 years with the team. it was his 331st start. only one marashal has more starts for the san francisco giants. >> i was on the fence about coming today. when i heard this was his last game, it just wasn't even an option anymore. >> i think he's had a good run. good time to end. >> hard without him, but we've lost people before. we'll move on. he'll always be a part of san francisco. >> we'll have more about matt cain's final start coming up in sports. the san jose earthquakes had
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a new team member on the field at tonight's game. jason kofnok became a professional soccer for one day. he's battling leukemia. he spent the day with the team watching practice and having lunch with the players. they even gave him his own jersey, number 17. the earthquakes provided this video. now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. starting off the weekend, tons of sunshine. temperatures feeling like they should for fall this time of year. tomorrow you're going to notice more in the way of winds, especially in the afternoon and into the evening. live doppler 7 along with satellite showing you we enjoy mainly clear skies today. tonight, just a few high thin clouds in the north bay at this hour. the picture right now, outside we go. a live look from the east bay hills camera. crystal clear conditions. earlier this evening, we just had a gorgeous sunset, and many of you were capturing that with your phone cameras.
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and posting them to twitter and facebook. in fact, one of my friends, stephanie, posted this to my facebook page. she got the sirus clouds and the sun going down, a gorgeous sunset. and we're going to do it again tomorrow. so get a great picture, use the #abc 7 now so we can share it on air or online. tons of sunshine for your sunday. but that wind is going to increase, especially sunday evening. that wind is going to dry out our atmosphere a bit, lower the humidity. that means we have an increased fire danger, not only tomorrow, but even lasting into monday as well. the dry, breezy conditions are conducive for starting fires. we have a red flag warning in effect for parts of the region. high fire danger, areas shaded in red, essentially the north bay, and the east bay hills. what that means, under these conditions, winds could gust over 35 miles per hour at times in our hills.
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that red flag warning lasting through monday night. essentially the next 48 hours. that wind is going to help to lower our humidity, combine that with the dry vegetation we have, and that means fires can easily start and easily spread under those conditions. 50s and 60s for the most part. 61 in san francisco. mount view checking in at 62 degrees. overnight tonight, plenty of stars out there. great sleeping weather. open up the windows for the natural a/c. 54 in fremont. 50 in half moon bay. 47 the cool spot in napa overnight tonight. 12-hour planner for your sunday, nothing but sunshine throughout the day. a gorgeous day. but once again, into the afternoon, it will turn breezy out there. the winds especially in the hills gusting over 35 miles per hour at times. highs across the region to finish off the weekend, 71 in san francisco. about 76 in oakland. 80 in san jose. 83 in santa rosa.
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same in concord. 77 the high in fremont. the next seven days for you, breezy on your sunday. it will stay breezy on monday. so that fire danger is still heightened the next 48 hours. that wind is going to relax. cool for october. only in the 70s. and then we'll start a gradual warming trend for the later part of next week and into early next weekend. temperatures rebound to slightly above average for this time of the year. >> drew, thank you very much. >> sure. a rare sight in the skies for the u.s. for the u.s. what part of the country was food. water. internet. we need it to live. but what we don't need are surprises, like extra monthly fees. i see you, fee, played by legendary actress anjelica huston. you got me, mark. internet for one everyday simple price and no extra monthly fees.
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yes, i know, it's not visible here in the bay area. but shu is. >> explain that to us. >> yeah. >> it's ionized particles. >> you're welcome. >> thank you. the giants today, set to retire. giants fans showed him love.
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running back mccaffrey left, love was in line. he knocked off one of his mentor's single-game record.
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give the ball to bryce love. and there's a whole lot of love. let him do the rest. shakes off a tackle right there. 61 yards, 7-0 stanford. he's just getting started. second quarter, love's second td of the game. this one only 43 yards. great move. stronger than he looks. sets a single game rushing record. he passes the 1,000 yard mark in the fifth game of the year. 1,088 yards in five games. stanford improves to 3-2. >> something that you just practice a lot. and just nature of the positions. you get used to trying to make people miss in the hole. just stuff like that really. just a testament to the play calling, testament to the guys up front, a testament to the receivers blocking downfield, helping open things up for me. the pass game has been great.
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so just testament to those guys. to the diamond. against the padres, matt cain put the rest on a 13-major league career that saw him emerge as an ace. pitched the only perfect game in the san francisco era. cain taking to the field on a standing "o." threw a perfect first inning. striking out slugger will meyers with high heat. another big ovation. gave up only one hit, through four innings. we go bottom five, finishing his final batter in the big leagues. gets a groundout to end the inning. five scoreless frames in his finale. final buster hug. shows his emotion acknowledging the crowd as he give him yet another big ovation. hugs all around in the dugout. but once again, no run support, and giants lose 3-2. still very emotional day. >> definitely adrenaline.
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the last three were -- the fans willing me along. i think i could hear two or three guys for some reason in the stands, come on, you can do it! that meant a lot. >> draymond the year award. third quarter, green, nice pass to a cutting klay thompson. throws it down. next play, ricky jordan bell with the block. ball goes right to curry. he takes it down the court. you know he's going to knock down the three. game tied at 67. the doves are really rusted beyond the arc. they lose 108-102. the only thing of concern for coach kerr. >> hopefully we'll shoot 5 for 33 next game from three instead of 4 for 33. we'll slowly improve before opening night.
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>> sense of humor. this report brought to you by river rock casino. i spent thursday walking the view of the bay district for a great cause. bryce love, you mentioned speed, because you can't coach that. >> that's a very good point. next at 11:00, a reporter gives an upclose look at the devastation in puerto rico. and for her it's very personal. a
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okay. that's a relief i found in this small town. but it's far from the relief needed on this island. at the shelter here, a school, we find more than 120 people living in classrooms. the generators went out six days ago. no power, no water, and the staff tells me they have people here with cancer, hiv, diabetes, children with asthma, like 3-year-old joanna. she walks every day, about 15 minutes to get therapy for her daughter who has asthma. she's 3 1/2 years old. and needs medical attention that she's not getting here. we then find francisca who parkinson's disease, and hasn't had medicine in days. she's crying, because she doesn't know about her family.
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desperation is growing. people are waiting in line to get water from mountain streams. he says they can live without power, but they can't live without water, that's why they're filling spring water from the mountainside to take a bath, to cook, to eat. people are even resorting to washing clothes like this. this is juan. she's been here since this morning washin clothes. five to six hours cleaning clothes she tells me. i'm asking her where's the help? she said there's no help. no help has arrived here. no help at all. none from the local government, residents say, nor from fema, who is only here to do an assessment, not to deliver any aid. the people here are now in
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survival mode, waiting for their relief. cnn, puerto rico. america's top diplomat is acknowledging they're talking to north korea. and president trump and north korea's kim jong-un engage in a testy war of words. tillerson said the u.s. is probing north korea's willingness to talk and calling for a calming of the situation on the korean peninsula. monty hall has passed away. hall best known for his show "let's make a deal." he hosted nearly all 5,000 episodes, and in 1973 received a hall on the hollywood walk of family. he leaves behind three children and five grandchildren. his wife marilyn died in june. monty haul was 96. sheriff's detectives believe they have solved the 37-year-old murder of a pregnant woman.
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in 1980, a surfer found the battered body south of l.a. she was five months pregnant with a baby girl and the unborn baby also died. investigators say they used dna evidence to identify the suspect registered sex offender. the victim's husband said he's been through a lot including being suspected of the crime. even though investigators cleared him. >> there are still people out there to the day that say i killed my wife. that's what hurts me the most. >> he says he always had hope his wife and daughter would get justice. a doomsday con spir cyst has rescheduled the apocalypse. dave mead, a self-described specialist and research and investigations claim the world would end last saturday. well, now he's focusing on october 15th. that's when he says a planet will collide with the earth. by the way, nobody's seen this planet. nasa and other scientists
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repeatedly debunked his claims. a diner is bringing smiles to a lot of people's faces by anonymously picking up their tabs. it happened several times a month at the restaurant in washington, pennsylvania. last week someone picked up the tab for a birthday party of 16 people. a month ago it was a church group. pthe world, and so much turmoil and protests, and hatred, and it's good to know that there are people that care about each other, and give, pay it forward. >> people say they've begun paying it forward at random times. the waitresses know who's behind the kind gesture but refuse to say who it ss. still ahead, it's hard to find parking at san francisco. but for one neighborhood, it is so bad they're asking the city for help. and a new way you can travel underwater in style. i'm meteorologist drew tuma. a red flag warning is up for parts of the region as our fire danger is
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you know this, but san francisco has never been an easy place to park your car. but now residents of some neighborhoods say it's become so intolerable, they're asking the city for help. jonathan plobloom at the plan t mta wants to test out. >> reporter: when michelle first moved here, having a car wasn't a problem. >> i didn't think of it 20 years ago. i would come home and not think about where i was going to park. >> reporter: drive up any one of the steep, narrow streets and it's nothing but cars. >> there are some people that park their cars here and take a cab, or lyft to the airport. >> reporter: vernal heights has free parking. people outside the neighborhood know it. >> commuters come and park all day. >> where do they go after they park? >> t-line is two blocks, cal trans is two blocks.
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>> reporter: residents signed a permission to create parking zones. >> it's a basic math problem. more cars than spaces. >> reporter: each household is allowed four permits. the mta would create new permit parking zones and allow only two stickers per household. >> there may be people taking up four spaces on a block, which means they need three or four other neighbors taking up zero spaces. >> reporter: the mta says the change would only affect about 6% of households but could work wonders for blocks like this one which neighbors say is always full. >> this is parallel parking. we want to do perpendicular parking down the street. >> reporter: and the city could put in parking meters. >> not something currently in the transportation code. >> reporter: also new, city planners will help draw the permit zones to make them more logical for drivers. >> some have grown into interesting shapes. they've cross eed logical
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neighborhood boundaries. >> reporter: michelle thinks it's worth a try. >> i hope it works. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. luxury automaker acton martin will let you travel underwater in style. project neptune. it will fit three people in its acrylic bubble cabin. it will be available in about a year. but you'll have to act quickly, because they'll only make a dozen or so. if the car wasn't good enough for you? let's check in on the forecast for you. >> yeah, back here at home in accuweather, a red flag warning posted for parts of the region. essentially the north bay and east bay hills right now. this is where increased risk of fire danger. the reason why the winds are going to -- it's breezy on the coast first. as we approach the later evening hours of your sunday, you see the winds turn rather gusty. under those conditions, fires can easily start and easily spread.
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highs in your sunday, 76 in oakland. about 80 in san rafael. about 74 in san mateo. 75 palo alto. beautiful day tomorrow. lots of sunshine. 71 degrees by 3:00. sunny and breezy on your sunday. stays breezy monday. then the winds relax and we cool off actually on tuesday before we starting a warming trend next week. >> thank you very much. >> sure. saturday, saturday means football. and shu. >> joining a former teammate thursday walking the bay view district for a good cause. will comes returns to his
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we'll start you off with a potentially awkward situation. cal head coach justin wilcox was
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born in oregon, and played for the ducks. but he didn't care about any of that tonight. all he was looking for was cal's fourth win of the year which would get the bears two wins from becoming bowl eligible. quite a feat in his first year. not a fun homecoming. cal down 17-0 early. the 18-yard score. ducks up 17-7 at the break. third quarter, bauer, 75-yard strike. cal still down 10. the ducks, as they always do, put it away late. benoit breaks loose. going 68 yards. oregon up 31-17. cal trying to make a game of it. bauer hits, fumbles. near his own goal line. punts it in a couple of years later. cal drops their second straight falling to 3-2. san jose state under the
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lights in las vegas. first quarter. already 7-3 vegas. rogers keeps it himself. seven-yard touch for the quarterback. second quarter, thomas 105 yards rushing. 56 on this run right here. 21-6. a few minutes later, rogers with the toss to brandon pressly. he goes down the sideline and gone for six. 44 yards. unlv goes on to win that one 41-13. number six washington on the road against oregon state. nowhere to throw. he's athletic enough, takes it in himself. 11 yards. 7-0 huskies. that was the only points until the third quarter. browning to petis. he'll be playing on sunday. all three td catches. 21-0. miles added 113 yards on the ground. including 32-yard touchdown.
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washington now 5-0. watch out for the huskies, 42-7 that final. glass half full or half empty? a's guaranteed to finish in last place for the third straight year, but guarantee their first winning month in two years no matter what happens in texas. bob melvin, already thinking about 2018. bottom two, number 40 off gosset. then how about number 41. simon castro in the third. now just one behind the a's chris davis for second in the american league. that makes it 5-0. they wrap up their 2017 season tomorrow. this past thursday, i joined easton ransom and former 49er dennis brown in a walk against truancy. it's an effort started by as i mentioned former niner easton
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ransom. we walked the third street corridor in the bay view district. we stopped at businesses posting signs and recruiting owners to help reach kids who might be truant from school during the day. easton is the principal at the academic reentry program through the local ymca and said he's seen the power of outreach firsthand. >> almost every year during our walk, our path engages one of our students who's dropped out. and lost his way. and somebody from our group connects with them, and they come back. i've had so many of them turn it around and come back and graduate that way. >> all right. this is the eighth year for what has become known the merchant walk. there is a graduate in you, all the kids reentered easton's program and graduated. impressive what he's doing with these young adults. finally, michigan bye week, jim harbaugh supporting other sports making an appearance at
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the wolverines diving. the can opener. to the delight of the crowd. gets the signature michigan hat on right afterwards. love this guy. and his support for all things michigan. look at that. i know he looked down at the water and thought, what have i done. you can't turn around and walk back down the stairs, right? once you get up there. that was a pretty bold move. i've got to give him a lot of credit for doing that. and supporting the other michigan teams. can you imagine any other head coach doing that? >> heck no. >> drew, you probably aren't old enough there, that was a can opener. the splash was, you know, a very good splash there. >> i give him a 9.4. >> can you imagine any other coach? i've got to give my former teammate easton ransom a lot of credit for what he's doing. >> he looks great. >> he looks like he could still play. he's probably 58, 59. we were teammates back on the
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first super bowl team. he had troubles himself. got out of doing a little bit of time and done an unbelievable job with these kids. credit to him. >> kudos to you. that's it for tonight. i'm eric thomas. abc 7 news continues tomorrow morning at 5:00. thanks for joining us. have a great evening and a better morning.
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