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during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. hi, good morning. we made it to friday. >> everyone's favorite day of the week. you're never more than 7 minutes away from your accuweather forecast. >> thank you, everybody. let's talk about what's going on with the red flag warning. fire dangers once again. we touched upon this yesterday. offshore breezes kick up. it creates about 1,000 feet, these areas in red, critical fire conditions through sunday at 6:00 in the morning. as far as today, he yeah, it's not going to be quite as warm as yesterday. still warmer than average away from the coast. coast is waking up to fog in the 50s. low to mid 60s this afternoon. the sun will spend all of its energy burning the fog away.
73 to 81 at 4:00. hope you enjoy. here's alexis. good news first. all clear on our westbound 80 crash at buchanan in albany. it has been blocking an hour and 15 minutes. we have residual about 15 miles an hour in el cerrito. we have a crash in fremont northbound 880 before mowry avenue. we'll talk more about that coming up next. thanks, alexis. in the south bay, the very last battle of the bay game was memorable even before it started. >> look at this, during the national anthem, a cheerleader for the 49ers took a knee. as you might imagine, it got a lot of people talking in the final bay area matchup between the raiders and the 49ers. abc 7 news reporter matt keller is live in santa clara. matt? >> reporter: good morning,
jessica and reggie. this was a blowout game last night. not a lot for fans to remember. but a lot of people on social media are talking about the cheerleader who took a knee. this is a picture of a gold rush cheerleader who took a knee during the national anthem before the kickoff. viewers didn't see it because fox and other networks airing nfl games won't televise the anthem live this season to diffuse the controversy. colin kaepernick was the first to take a knee in 2016. other players around the league followed suit. it became a big political issue when president trump called it unpatriotic. this appears to be the second time a cheerleader took a knee. the bay area news group reports two gold rush cheerleaders kneeled last year on christmas eve. i reached out to the 49ers for a
statement. i have yet to hear back. reporting live in santa clara, matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you, matt. a high-speed chase took police officers across the east bay. it finally ended with a violent crash and an officer-involved shooting. >> shots fired. >> it started yesterday afternoon as a call of an armed man in vallejo and quickly turned into a high-speed police chase on east bay freeways. it finally ended 30 miles away with a crash on international boulevard in oakland. vallejo police fired multiple shots at the driver after he tried to get out of his suv. the suspect was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. a police captain says one officer suffered minor injuries. no one else was hurt in the chase or the crash. officials saver the suspect was carrying a handgun and had assault weapons in his suv. also in the east bay, a father faces child abuse charges after his 3-year-old son managed to get a gun and shoot himself. 29-year-old kavani page, sr.
made his first court appearance yesterday. he is also being charged with being an ex-felon in possession of a gun. investigators say page admitted he had a gun hidden in the top of an entertainment cabinet. the boy apparently climbed into the cabinet and grabbed the loaded semiautomatic gun and shot himself. the child remains in critical condition. google ployees are demanding action from the company following a day of protests. at least 50 google campuses a across the bay area and the world staged walkouts yesterday. >> here are demands. they want an toned force arbitration and harassment cases. and they want a clear process for reporting safely and anonymously. >> sometimes they are the ones above them and in charge of
promoting them or in charge of their jobs. >> and they want commitment from google for equal a pay and opportunity for women. they paid andy rubin a severance package of $90 million. this map shows the locations of google offices around the globe where employees walked out. >> the walkouts happened gradually at 11:10 local time. google ceo was not far from the new york city walkout. he was at a new york times event and addressed the movement. >> we are listening to employees. that's partly why today is important. and i think there are concrete were steps coming out in terms of what we can do better. i want to acknowledge the women who step up and do this. it shows extraordinary courage. >> in case you missed any coverage yesterday, we have full coverage of this and the walkouts, demands, by heading to abc7news.com. you can see it all there.
a san jose bishop is recovering after a serious fall. he actually injured his business. >> bishop patrick mcgraw was injured yesterday. the diocese says he would appreciate prayers. last month he named 15 accused priests and announced an internal investigation. a cruise ship suddenly tilted to one side and stayed that way for a little while. some passengers cutting their trip short. scooters are back on the streets of san francisco. some say is the companies are still breaking the rules. breaking news out of holster, two earthquakes just now struck. one up to 4.0 magnitude. some people getting a rude alarm this morning. we'll keep an eye on that and let you know if anythin does develop. a little shaky in holster and a salinas valley. still warmer than
apology. holster is not in the area. mid to upper 50s. santa clo54. couldn't get more updated than that. in the hills, 66 in los gatos. 47 in dnaville and novato. microclimates even this morning. fog creeping across the golden gate. i'm watching it march up the peninsula coast. foggy, then breezy. breezy this afternoon along the way. that's compared to yesterday. mainly comfy if you're out and about. 56 this morning. 70 at noon. mid-70s this afternoon. full accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. here's alexis. good morning, mike. got good news in fremont as well. 880, a crash south of mowry
avenue blocking two lanes has cleared. certainly quick work by emergency crews there at the scene. you do still have delays lingering from the parkway. another significant crash this morning, westbound 80 at buchanan cleared minutes ago. highway 4 to the maze, about 25 minutes for you. no delays across the bay bridge. southbound 101, san francisco to sfo, still in the green at 9 minutes. san francisco awarded scoot a permit under the promise it would make e scooters available in underserved communities. now according to the examiner, the bay view neighborhood scoot has dropped its end of the bargain. transit applicants say the problem may not be where the scooters are distributed but how many scooters are allowed on city streets. scoot is only allowed to have 625 scooters in san francisco. first tre too ny now too little. >> we can't seem to get this right.
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cruise ship returns to shore. passengers photos show plates broken on the floor, the dining room. an electrical switchboard malfunction caused the ship to list for a minute. it never affected the safe operation of the ship, but it was scary. new at 6:00, a group of tesla investors wants the company's board to tighten control over ceo elon musk beyond the settle many with the securities and exchange committee. the investors are demanding several different things, including permanently separating the chairman and ceo positions. sec agreement requires only separating the jobs for three years. they also want to create a plan to limit the time board members can serve and diversifying the candidate pools for new directors. it followed a fraud charges over musk's tweets about taking tesla private >> she is a mother, an artist,
activist, the oldest national park ranger and now she is being recognized by glamour the 997-year-old is among the women of the year nominees. she grew up in oakland and shows no signs of slowing down. she's a tour guide at the rosy the riveter home front national historic park in richmond. a early morning quakes. we told you two hit in san ben at the o county. in the last few minutes, another two hit. so a total of four. there was a 4.0 earthquake that hit seven miles outside of trace penos this morning neuer hollister. three minutes later, a 3.2 magnitude quake hit the same area. 6:07, a 2.0 quake. 6:10, a 3.0 quake. 2340 no reports of damage. it is very early. this has been an early wakeup call for a lot of people in the
area. let us know if you felt them and tweet us at abc 7 news bay area. >> four very quickly in a row. >> good morning. glad you're tune anything and joining us. a continuation of no damage continues also. we have our own issues. we have the fire danger increasing during the weekend. very peaceful morning out there. mostly sunny. and a little bit less of the heat we had yesterday in the afternoon forecast. the fire danger will strike tomorrow. where is the rain? we will keep following this until it stops rain anything seattle and portland. the high pressure has been dominating being shoved down to the south by this cold front. that's why it is not going to be quite as warm today.
offshore breezes develop tomorrow. along the coffee, we have fog. it will be cooler when the sun finally breaks out. 64, half moon bay. low 80s inland. let's see what happens don't. below 1,000 feet, upper 40s to mid-50s. a few high clouds. so there you go. a record or two saturday. we pull back the temperatures sunday. we get an extra hour of sleep. very autumn-like next week. >> the bay bridge commute light at the toll plaza. the metering lights are on at 5:41 this morning. a little stack up.
notice a little bit heavy traffic on the bay bridge, san francisco side. stkaebled vehicle. in the meantime, we have good news in the fremont stretch of northbound 880. three-car crash before you get to mowery avenue has cleared. that is really starting to thin out. >> hey, rob. good morning, reginald. hello, jess kafplt you caught me having another sip of coffee. a great friday for you on gma. midterms four days away. oprah winfrey in georgia knocking on doors.
trump tries to rally his base. also ahead, a terrifying moment. people fearing they were kidnapped because the driver was going the wrong way and wouldn't stop. we will have more details on that scary incident. abc news exclusive. destiny's child singer michelle williams here live. her first sitdown interview since being treated for depression. holiday shopping wars under way. black friday three weeks away now. >> can we just give you props for -- and alexis is also clapping for us. we thought it was an awesome 80s costume zach morris the other
day on the show. >> "saved by the bell". i had nothing to do with it. the wardrobe and makeup people are incredible. my hair has never looked better. i wish i could wear that wig for eternity. >> you could. >> you wear it well. >> i dress ud up as tiki room attendant from disney. nowhere near the mastery you showed. >> we'll talk next time about what you dressed up for
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now at 6:30, emergency meeting. hotel workers off the job for a month. local officials are worried about the impact on the tourism industry president trump trump and oprah on the campaign trail. the battle of the bay. >> that's not what we want. >> yeah. >> national audience on tv? >> no. >> come on, folks. get it together. it's friday, though. that's nice. >> yeah. it's going to be nice weather too. absolutely. today, tomorrow, sunday. and then finally autumn returns next week. my big story is the impending
offshore breeze. it develops and creates a high fire danger. above 1,000 feet. the normal areas. low to mid-50s. the coast will be the coolest today compared to yesterday. still 68 to 73 around the bay and inland at noon. 73 to 81. enjoy the day. here's alexis. the bay bridge commute. a little heavy into san francisco. i believe we have a disabled vehicle on the harrison hauf ramp. especially slow on the left-hand side. folks are slowing down to take the exit. it is partially blocked. a fairly friday light commute. drive times, westbound 80, highway 4 to the maze, in the yellow. 101, san francisco to sfo in the green at 10 minutes. thanks, alexis.
staying on top of breaking news. an apparent earthquake swarm this morning. the most recent quake hit at 6:22. that one a 3.8. it all happened in the last half hour or so near hollister.ister. a 4.1 and other quakes have followed between 2.1 and 3.8. so far no reports of any damage. but please let us know if you have have felt any of these and tweet us at abc 7 news bay area. an emergency meeting in san francisco to deal with the ongoing hotel worker strike. >> it has lasted a month. there are fears this is starting to eat into tourism revenue. amy hollyfield live at the marquis in san francisco. amy. >> reporter: they are just starting to chant.
they really want to be heard at san francisco city hall today. workers are excited to get the chance to tell city leaders about their situation. he want to testify before the board about the struggle to make ends meet and the need for more pay. they have been on on strike a month. they are hoping today's hearing will make a difference. >> it is very expensive to live in. a lot of us live check by check. hopefully this will come to an end and sthel see our point of view to it and everybody will be happy. # will not attend. he said they are well
compensated. they are fired up now. they started chanting right when we went live. they are excite build today's hearing, which starts at noon. amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. amy, thank you. two people and a dog are without a home after a big fire in engel side neighborhood. flames shooting through the roof at 10:00 last night. this home is on capital avenue near thrift street. they are still investigating how the fire started and nobody got hurt >> the family of a man shot and killed by oakland police officers is reacting to the body camera video just released by the department. >> get your hands off the gun! >> oakland police officers show and killed joshua pollack in march. we want to avoid showing you all the body camera video because parts of it are graphic. a lawyer for pollack's mother said the man did have a gun near him but says he was lying down
when he was shot. >> at no time did he get up, make an aggressive move toward anyone. >> the family is pursuing legal action against the police department. in a statement they say the oakland police department acknowledges any officer-involved shooting is heartbreaking for all involved and impacts our entire community. officials can't comment on the case because there is an internal investigation going on. the 44-year-old man accused of killing 11 people at a synagogue has pleaded not guilty to federal charges. >> in the wake of the shooting, a synagogue is trying to raise thousands of dollars to improve security. rabbi langer of chabad of san francisco he e-mailed to community members asking for donations. h said after consulting with security specialists, he realizes he needs to raise abou, best bolts, best glass and you want to insulate a room for
bullet bulletproofing, a security door will cost you $10,000. >> what a sad state of affairs. it is your voice, your vote. >> governor brown hitting the campaign trail. up until now the governor remained silent in the upcoming election. >> president trump is stepping up his handling of his hard-line immigration rhetoric. >> mr. trump says he may deploy up to 15,000 military troops to the border. under the law, the troops at the border are only supposed to offer logistical support for
border patrol but the president says military force may be engaged if migrants throw rocks. >> when they throw rocks like they did at the mexico military police, i say consider it a rifle. >> the comments prompted general martin dempsey, former joint chiefs of staff to tweet, a wasteful deployment of overstretched soldiers and marines would be made much worse if they used force disproportional to the threats they face. rumors of oprah's political aspirations came up again when she hit the campaign trail in georgia to support stacey abrams run for governor. >> i'm not here because i'm make something grandstand because i'm thinking of running myself. i don't want to run. i'm here today because of stacey abrams. >> oprah urged african-americans
especially to vote at a rally in marietta, georgia. she said she supports abrams are her own volition and was not paid to speak last night. count on abc 7 for live election coverage on tuesday. abc news network will have coverage of the biggest races around the country. that starts at 5:00. and live local election coverage throughout the evening, including abc 7 news at 9:00 p.m. on kofy tv 20 and 11:00 p.m. on abc 7. all right. you're never more than 7 minutes away from my accuweather forecast. start with the temperatures here in san francisco. sunny side the cool spot at 62. noe valley, same thing. foreman district, 61. a lot of mid to upper 50s palo alto, santa clara. 50 there. 48 in pleasanton.
pittsburg, 54. 50 in the north bay. 73 at noon. temperatures near 80 degrees during the afternoon hours. about 64 at 8:00. upper 60s to low 70s. not quite the a 80s we had yesterday. 61 heading out this evening. why not? a lot of great places to go. in the south bay, same thing. 55 this morning. upper 70s this afternoon. 66 under the stars at 8:00. now, if you liked yesterday's warmth, it's coming back tomorrow. but that's it. a cooling trend in the accuweather seven-day forecast. alexis will tell us about the commute. >> yeah. we have slow spots to talk about right now. start off with the bay bridge.
a disabled vehicle off on the shoulder at the harrison exit. stop and go from treasure island right now. a quick check of the central valley. west bound 205, 11 miles per hour. 12 miles per hour on 580. road work eastbound 580 as you approach altamont pass. stop-and-go traffic. down to 29 miles per hour. overall, it's been a good day for mass transit. 57 bart trains in service. no delays. ace 3, 5, 7 currently on time. capital corridor, an earlier mechanical problem on train 520 causing 25eu-minute delay into berkeley. >> thanks, alexis. if you watched last night's battle of the bay, you didn't see this. but the fans did. it's one of the most talked about things from last night's game. a live look at the big
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high fire danger, central valley, theirs starts an hour earlier. it goes all the way through 6:00 sunday morning also. 3.5 million people under the high fire danger. temperatures in the low 80s through central valley. 92 in palm springs. afternoon sunshine in monterey. tahoe, near record high would tie the record high at 68. we'll be back in the 50s but we have to wait until the middle part of next week >> in the south bay, the last battle of the bay is getting a lot of attention but not for the game. >> during the national anthem, a niners cheerleader took a knee. matt keller is live in santa clara. matt? >> the lights are still on as workers finish up here at levi's stadium. the gold rush cheerleader took a knee before the kickoff.
fox and other networks won't televise the anthem live this season, trying to diffuse the controversy of the protests. colin kaepernick was the first to protest racial in equality. this appears to be the second time a cheerleader took a knee. the bay area news group two gold rush cheerleaders kneeled in protest last year on christmas eve. i reached out for a statement and they have yet to get back to me. not a good sign from the bay area football when the big story wasn't the actual game. >> obviously you heard about the cheerleader kneeling. but what about this. fans filming several brutal fights in the stands. one involveding a 49er fan beating up another 49er fan.
police say they made several arrests. niners spoked the raiders, 49-3. this is a great story line. nick mullins dominated his debut. this is the last battle of the bay ever as raiders are set to move to las vegas next year. the interesting thing he was unverified on twitter until the game started. and then he started making the big moves. they verified him during the game. >> he is really making his mark. >> he's doing great. >> now your morning money report. jc penney really wants your visit this holiday season. >> kicking off holiday sales by giving away shopping sprees.
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they said it is not a sandwich for the same reason a taco isn't a sandwich. others say it is in a category all by itself. >> i agree. >> you can't take a hot dog out of a bun and go it's just a hot dog, right? okay. well, this morning oscar mayer tweeted again and said after they listened to the calls, they still believe hot dogs are sandwiches. i'm going to settle this once again. hey, siri, is a hot dog a sandwich? >> no. >> i thought she used to say yes. she changed it? all right. earth shaking there. >> a woman is not allowed to change her mind? >> i'm not saying that. the controversy continues. dah, dah, dah. we're a little bit cooler today. warm again tomorrow.
finally autumn. a little bit of a pullback in the temperatures. let me give you an idea where we are. 17 miles east of salinas. not a very heavily populated area. it only goes up to gilroy. so a lot of us not even feeling it. mt. tam. this time next week we will be able to see the sunrise. not today. one of our latest of the season is happening right now. coastal clouds. it will be coolest compared to yesterday. temperatures dropping back to average. mid-60s to 80 for the south bay. 83, gilroy. up the peninsula, 72 gill a. temperatures along the coast mid-60s today.
78 to 82 is our spread in the east bay. east bay valley, 80 to 82. look at that bump up in temperatures. and the bone dry air and sunshine everywhere tomorrow. a few passing high clouds. set your clocks back. daylight saving ends. temperatures drop sunday through thursday. i have app update on the bay bridge issue. we had one lane blocked westbound 80 on harrison off-ramp. the left lane. i believe that is all clear now. 27 minutes highway 4 to the maze. another 23 across the bay bridge into san francisco. that will start to improve. o, still in the green at 10 o to minutes. flip over to traffic maps. a potential crash on southbound
880 before marina, reportedly blocking one lane. it looks like chp questioning that location. it may be further north into the oakland stretch. i'll have an update coming up next. toyota recalling more than a million vehicles worldwide because of faulty air bags. if you have an xa scion, you want to pay attention. an electrical short can deactivate air bags or cause systems to deploy inadvertently. other cars in japan and europe are part of the recall >> an engine issue is forcing subaru and toe owe ta to recall $160,000 the in the u.s. they are manufactured together. it could stall the engine. it includes the forrester,
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it is 6:55. here are the 7 things to know before you go. number one, an apparent cluster of earthquakesis striking san benito this morning. the largest a magnitude 4.1. >> and number two, we've got a high fire danger developing as we head into the evening hours. it starts at 1:00 in the morning through 6:00 sunday morning. until then we have a quiet day. temperatures a little bit cooler than yesterday. >> number three, marriott hotel workers continue striking. and the workers are expected to attend a special hearing in san francisco in hopes of bringing the nearly month-long walkout to an end. workers say they want a boost in
pay and better benefits. a 49ers gold rush cheerleader receiving attention after taking a knee before last night's game against the raiders at levi's stadium. the cheerleader has not been identified >> number five, police are investigating after a high-speed chase that started in va a lay hoe ended in crash and an officer-involved shooting in oakland. multiple shots were fired at the driver after he tried to get out of his suv. the suspect was taken to the hospital. his injuries are unknown. >> number six, i want to follow-up on the crash involving a motorcycle in the east bay. initially reported around marina. it sounds like it is closer to 98th now, a little bit further north. i don't think we have any lanes blocked. >> number seven, the internet can't seem to figure out this brand-new emoji. it is dubbed the woozy face. it is meant to represent a state of being tired and emotional. >> that's the way i look when i
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vote yes on 11. good morning, america. overnight, president trump ramps up his rhetoric on the campaign trail promising a new crackdown on asylum seekers, threatening migrants with military fire if they throw rocks. but are those ideas lawful? will they be followed? all this as a surge of star power makes a final push. >> oh, my god. hi, oprah. >> how are you? >> just four days until the midterms. wicked weather. the storm sparking at least 16 reported tornadoes, destroying homes, causing flash floods, now moving east. the warning for millions on the road today. shuttle bus nightmare. overnight, passengers jumping out of windows, terrified they had been kidnapped. their driver going the wrong way and refusing to stop