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news to build a better bay area this is "abc 7 mornings." >> good morning. sunday, september 22nd. i'm liz kruetz in for kusami aaron. here is meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, liz. and for the last weekend of summer we had such a warm day yesterday, today the fog is back and going to cool down. live doppler 7 and you're probably not seeing it in your neighborhood but you will feel the effects of a stronger sea breeze today compliments of this system in the pacific northwest bringing rain. don't get used to that trend. we're going to reverse it as soon as tomorrow. right now it is 58 in san francisco, low 50s in mountain view with 50 in napa. cool out there and already trending a couple degrees
cooler. that will be the trend throughout the day today. 7:00 numbers everyone is in the 50s. few high clouds today with 70s around the bay, by about noontime inland we're just in the low to mid 80s. it's a cooler afternoon, two to six degrees cooler and we'll talk about the high fire danger returning in a few minutes. liz? >> thanks, lisa. cal fire crews are warg six fires burning in the hills east of milpitas. the reservoir fire first started around noon yesterday. abc 7 news reporter luz pena spoke to cal officials who are investigating. >> reporter: two columns of smoke. >> as the dispatch was going out for a response he started to see a third and fourth, eventually we ended up with six separate fires. >> reporter: the call came at inn at 11:57 a.m. the aerial shows the fire in the
hills east of milpitas. area and ground resources began to contain the six fires. firefighters are ruling out the possibility of arson. >> arson is always a possibility in something like this but you also have the possibility of -- you can have cars driving along the road and you can have catalytirsick stuff out of the exhaust and we get road starts like that as well. >> reporter: according to cal fire the six fires combined have burned a total of 128 acres in this area. the fires are burning near the reservoir east of milpitas in the open grassy area. no homes or buildings are threatened by the fires. in the hills todd and sheryl say they're concerned but ready. >> shocking and a concern for our homes and our livelihood. >> you collect loved ones, pets and photo albums and get ready to evacuate if you need to. sure it's concerning, but it's part of living up here.
>> reporter: yesterday cal fire reported two other fires. eight fires in two days is that normal? >> it's not normal. but that's why it's under investigation. we're trying to figure out what has happened and wher takes us. >> reporter: let's keep in mind we are in fire season. for now the road will remain closed. in milpitas, luz pena, abc 7 news. >> pg&e warning residents their power may be turned off starting tomorrow because of high fire danger. the utility company warned residents of the outages affecting sonoma, napa, marin and lake counties. this year santa rosa asked pg&e for notifications as early as possible. on friday they got one with 100 hours' notice, that is twice the normal lead time. in the east bay, a warning to residents to stay away from the water inside a park due to high levels of bacteria. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard reports on the alert that's leaving many boating companies and their patrons dry docked until further notice.
>> it's pretty bad. >> reporter: berkeley's aquatic park is in bad shape. the murky water looks anything but inviting. it's hazardous. the city posted these signs friday warning the public to stay away due to high levels of bacteria. it's not so much what you can see here at aquatic park but what you can smell and that smell really gets your attention. >> it's horrible. >> reporter: many say it smells like sewage. >> disgusting. >> reporter: kyle is worried about his dog yogi jumping in. >> it's honestly a little bit scary. my dog sees ducks in the water and she will just go for it. >> reporter: water side workshops, a non-profit classroom at aquatic park is dry docked for now. >> during the week we take, you know, groups of youth out sailing and paddling here at the aquatic park. we've had to shut that program down. >> bummer. >> yeah. >> we believe that it is sewage, but we don't know where it's coming from. >> reporter: normally this is
what the berkeley paddling and rowing club would be doing but they can't. the president wants the city to do more. >> we don't see any real traction in solving the mystery of cleaning up the problem and preventing it from happening again. >> reporter: a city spokesperson tells us it's possible rains earlier this week washed contaminants into aquatic park through storm drains. water testing is happening every week but until bacteria levels drop considerably this water is off limits. in berkeley, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. oakland police are trying a new tactic to keep illegal side shows out of their city. they are closing off access to known hot spots on weekends. police identified seven intersections in east oakland at the port of oakland they include the area of 42nd avenue, interstate 880. which is a long-tme trouble spot for side shows. police say the closures should not impact traffic but the department believes the closures are preventative measures to keep side shows from happening.
the chp has issued an amber alert for a father accused of abducting his son. 2-year-old john weir was last seen with his dad. his dad is 32-year-old steven weir in merced county. the father may be armed and dangerous and driving a red 2005 hyundai elantra. like the one you see in this alert photo. the alert was first issued for several counties from tu hair north to call veras. the invasion of area 51 may have fizzled out just a bit despite curious visitors, the organizer of the event alien stock decided to pull the plug after the initial facebook event went viral. joe bartels is in nevada with how vendors are handling the loss. >> reporter: still a steady stream of visitors at the gates of area 51. at the nearby alien research cent in hiko, nevada, there were crowds but not near expectations. >> most people came at least here expecting so much more.
>> reporter: gary and his wife jennifer drove from colorado to sell alien themed trinkets and even alien embryos. >> it's a little disappointing if you think should have gone through today with the commitment to the vendors and the food vendors and the people that were coming and the other parties involved, thought they should have stayed committed. >> reporter: area 51 base camp shut down early. the stage coming down, in full swing when we visited the organizer and producer decided to pull the plug early due to less than expected attendance. >> crowds we thought were going to come didn't come. we're full grown adults and took the risk. we hope they're okay out in rachel. >> reporter: george owner of the alien research center counted more than 6,000 friday but not the 30,000 that were expected. >> we lost a lot of money. but it's okay. we're full grown adults who made a great decision. we did get the people and you can see here all day long it's been busy.
>> reporter: some vendors say even though they lost money it was an out-of-this-world experience. >> we've had a good time and the people that have stayed really embraced it. i think it was a successful event. you know, fans, the people, coming in. >> reporter: the sheriff says all told there's been at least seven arrests for a variety of infractions, three of them for trespassing. >> always next year. joe bartells reporting from our sister station in las vegas. many of the first responders who were at area 51 on standby are being sent home. now our efforts to build a better bay area include spending extra time on big issues that affect us like the high cost of housing. new data shows we're entering new territory when it comes to home sales. we were told that according to the east bay association of realtors prices are becoming more stable year to year, median sale prices are down in 21 of 34 east bay cities. this means for the first time in a while, sellers and buyers have to negotiate. >> home buyers and home sellers
are so used to prices going up year over year, that when prices drop a little bit or they stabilize, some people are freaking out. >> real estate agents say while you might expect people to snatch up lower priced homes they are holding off and many sellers are opting to stay put and launch renovation prompts. tourists can rejoice, the last day without cable car service in san francisco. tomorrow the iconic cars will be back on the tracks. they've been out of service for nine days for maintenance. they needed to fix their gear boxes which propel the cars up the hill. this is the final step in a three-year, $6 million restoration project. now to another tourist attraction this one in washington, d.c. the elevator at the washington monument stopped working two days after the landmark reopened to the public. the national park service says the elevators shut down yesterday after carrying a group to the top. they started working again after about an hour. the monument has been closed on and off to the public since an
earthquake in 2011 and then for faulty elevators in 2016. officials will go over computer data to find a cause for the malfunction tomorrow. and in the north bay, there is a legal fight over smart train testing. the marin independent journal reports a group of san rafael residents filed a lawsuit over the noise. the tests have been taking place overnight and the lawsuit seeks to put an end to horn blasts. after 7:00 at night and before 7:00 a.m. smart has not commented on the lawsuit. the agency, though, is expected to wrap up the testing of the extension soon. i'm sure that's not pleasant. horns in the middle of the night. >> yeah. >> trying to sleep. >> we think we're going to have better weather today. hot. because it did really warm up throughout the afternoon. we're bringing down the heat today. temporarily and then in a portion of your monday as well. it is 59 in oakland. a live look outside from
emeryville. in the mid 50s in san ramon and livermore, comfortably cool, temperatures will be about five degrees cooler and we'll look at when the heat turns up, how long our high fire danger is going to last and how windy it's going to get coming up. >> thanks. a competition to clean up the bay area gets heated and the winner is still to be determined. yahoo! owes many users money over a data breach. what you need to know about fi did you eat all of your treats? ♪ help! i need somebody ♪ help! not just anybody ♪ help! you know i need someone the juul record. they took $12.8 billion from big tobacco. juul marketed mango, mint, and menthol flavors, addicting kids to nicotine.
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a live look from the abc 7 roof cam on the embarcadero there. lights certain to come on in parts of the city. a cool crisp morning and a little cool down. we'll talk to lisa in a second. the golden state is cleaner thanks to volunteers who picked up trash. world coastal cleanup day was yesterday and to change things up, the bay area's largest three cities are in the midst of a friendly competition, the battle for the bay. our abc news reporter has the story. >> reporter: it's not garbage day on peermain street in oakland. this is the trash collected by volunteers. >> hurts to see my community look this bad. having an opportunity to come out and cleanup whatever i can little by little helps out. >> reporter: carlos was among the thousands of volunteers taking part in this year's california's coastal cleanup
day. it includes cleaning up city streets because clean streets means less trash that ends up in the san francisco bay. alameda supervisor nate miley also participated. he says more people need to take responsibility for the condition of their neighborhood. >> quality of life, so if you let your community go and deteriorate it's going to lead to more deterioration, more crime, more violence. >> couches, beds, it is ridiculous. take your junk to the dump, people. >> reporter: the mayors of oakland and san francisco turned this year's event into a competition, joined later by san jose, calling it the battle for the bay to see which city got the most volunteers and cleaned up the most trash. >> the bayview community we have had the largest number of people register on the eastern side of our city ever. like it has been absolutely amazing. >> reporter: coastal cleanup is one of the longest running volunteer events in california. over 25 million pounds of trash
has been picked up since it started. bianca gurer are -- is team san francisco, but says this problem is bigger than the bay. >> the map net is important and we have to keep it clean for the next generation so for the kids. >> reporter: the winning city will be announced next week. in oakland, abc 7 news. emeryville residents put their spin on world cleanup day. companies like ikea part nerd with councilman bowers to save the bay by ploggig, jogging and picking up liter at the same time. hundreds came out to make the bay area a cleaner place including girls from urban promise academy in east oakland. counsel member bowers called them sheros because they're the next generation to save the planet. organizers are crunching the numbers but with three quarters of the sites reporting here are some statistics. there were nearly 60,000 volunteers taking part, they
collected more than 469,000 pounds of garbage and more than 33,000 pounds of recyclable materials. those are just the initial numbers. great job, everyone. yahoo! users can file a claim to get money in the data breach. personal information from more than 3 billion accounts were exposed between 2013 and 2016. yahoo! set aside more than $117 million to reimburse affected consumers. to get up to $25,000 account holders must file a claim on-line or through mail by july 20th next year. if a user wants the right to sue yahoo! they have to exclude themselves from the settlement by march. a study finds student loan debt has hit a new high. two in three graduates are deeper in debt than the class before them. the average bachelor degree holder owes about 29,200 in student loan debt. a record high for the u.s. that's about a 2% increase from
the class of 2017. privately the average student debt in california was lower at 22,500. t the institute nor college success started this sunday. the autumn equinox is tomorrow. on abc7news.com we have a list here of the best pumpkin patches and corn maizes in the bay area. you'll find information to help you celebrate halloween every day of the month in october if you choose. you can check out the community events page at abc7news.com. speaking of fall, over to meteorologist lisa argen tracking our forecast. hey, lisa. >> hey, liz. good morning. the sun coming up in another 40 minutes or so. those longer nights allowing for a lot of cooling to get under way. with that comfortable night last night hopefully it was good for you because today it's going to be better in terms of temperature. we're not going to heat up as
quickly. we will have 80s inland but not the 90s. more low clouds and fog at the coast. live doppler 7 where you can see from the san mateo coast the golden gate bridge over into marin county looking at patchy fog. the marine layer is compressed not going to be expansive. we are looking at that onshore flow to return in response to the system in the pacific northwest. bringing rain. right now numbers in the mid 50s for fremont, 54 san ra moment and 55 in livermore. half moon bay 54 and the 50s napa, novato and santa rosa. slightly cooler. east bay hills in the distance and turning down the heat just a bit today. the first column forecasted highs today from the low 70s in san francisco to the mid 80s in our inland valleys and that's down from 2 to 11 degrees. so we've got the niners home opener and instead of the upper 80s more like low to mid 80s today. that should feel better in santa
clara. petaluma coming down four degrees. look at san francisco, 11 degrees cooler due to that sea breeze. we're also going to bring in high clouds to the mix. a look at our roof camera where we have the clear sky right now. little cooler today for everyone. autumn arrives tomorrow and if you notice the sunrise and sunset getting just a to be about the same around the 7:00 hour. that's what happens when we get to the equinox. high fire danger returns tuesday and wednesday. in terms of that we're looking at the gusty winds up to 40 miles an hour. mainly above 1,000 feet. beginning tomorrow night into wednesday morning, that brings down the relative humidity, dries out the already dry brush. if there were a fire to be sparked it could spread easily with the winds. here's a look at the highlighted areas. vacaville through black hawk into the santa cruz mountains into the east foothills, very careful out there the next couple days for sure. here's the wind profile into tomorrow morning.
doesn't look bad. winds on the coast but as we go through the rest of the day, the winds continue to switch to that offshore component. this is monday night and then they begin to get faster. here's a look at 11:00 monday night. up to 22 miles an hour up in call stow ga and it continues into tuesday morning 25-mile-an-hour gusts. look at wednesday morning still looking at those gusty offshore winds. by that time we're not cooling off very much overnight because look at the highs on monday. we're back into the 90s. tuesday 100 around concord and wednesday stays hot. enjoy the brief cool down today, 78 in oakland, 81 for you in palo alto, 87 santa rosa, 67 half moon bay. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the last weekend of summer well, it's going to be a nice one. upper 80s inland, upper 70s around the bay. typical 60s at the coast. but as autumn arrives certainly more typical september weather as we get into that dry offshore
flow, download our accuweather app and track temperatures not only with the heat but beyond it when we'll be at least 20 degrees cooler by next weekend if. >> i know a lot of people are going to be ready for that. >> little autumn in the air. >> thanks, lisa. just ahead, tinder no longer just a dating app to swipe for matches. the original content it plans to rethese starting next month. ...doesn't mean you got to spend a lot! because denny's brought back the super slam™. with eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausage and buttermilk or pumpkin pancakes. all for just $6.99. the $6.99 super slam™ is back! see you at denny's!
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whit johnson joins us from new york. good morning. coming up on "gma," democrats in iowa. candidates responding to reports that president trump has been digging for dirt on biden's son and who is taking the lead in new poll numbers. plus, chaos on the court. a brawl breaking out at a high school basketball game. one teen girl punched in the face by a grown man. what the young athlete is saying about the attack caught on camera. and finally, royals in africa, the duke and duchess of sussex embarking on their first family trip since archie's arrival. how meghan and harry's tour will remember diana's legacy ahead here on "gma." dozens of people are giving their dna hoping to be the match for a 5-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer. abc 7 news was in albany at marine elementary school for a bone marrow drive. savian hamilton has peripheral
t-cell lymphoma and needs a bone marrow transplant to survive. the likelihood of finding a match is based on ethnicity. no one in his family including his twin is a match so his school hosted the event. >> it's important that we be on the bone marrow registry. i actually was on -- got on there about 1996, but i saw the story and i was coming down to see if i could help. >> the statistic sthas african-americans don't really support drives like this so i just came out to support and do what i can to help someone else. >> we put a link on -- to be the match on our website if you would like to help. dating app tindr is set to debut its first original entertainment content called swipe night. the interactive series takes viewers through a series of moral dilemmas on humanities last night on earth. potential matches will be able to see which decisions they did and did not make. the dating service hopes the shared content experience, their
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say no to juul, no to big tobacco, no to prop c. news to build a better bay area, this is "abc 7 mornings." >> good morning. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. hey, lisa. >> liz, good morning to you. a welcome sight from mount tam, low clouds and fog, not much of it but enough to give us a sea breeze throughout the day today. it is 58 in san francisco, 56 redwood city, 54 in half moon bay. a little bit cooler than yesterday morning. look at this beauty from sutro where you can see the morning lights with some patchy fog and the city in between. napa, petaluma, and 55 in livermore. today we are looking at a cool down. we have high clouds, a bit of a sea breeze, and as we go through the morning hours, temperatures will be curved a little bit. still in the 60s downtown, by
2:00. 74 in hayward, 84 in antioch and throughout the rest of the day, we will be sunny but numbers will be down anywhere from 2 to 11 degrees and by 7:00 you see a little fog there along the coast. we'll talk about that reversal when the heat returns and high fire danger returning for autumn coming up. liz? >> sounds good. thanks. turning to the race for 2020, 17 of the democratic candidates gathered in des moines, iowa, for a steak fry. a cnn poll says 22% support warn, 20% support vice president -- former vice president joe biden. reporter rachel scott is on the campaign trail. >> reporter: the 2020 presidential candidates hosting rallies at the steak fry for their suppers. the event part parade and part organizing, senator kamala harris making her entrance with mcdonald's workers on strike shifting her campaign strategy focusing on the early caucus
states. >> part of what i ask here is to formally ask for your support and help for this on caucus night. >> reporter: senator elizabeth warren skipping a parade and looking to connect with potential supporters. >> we can attack the corruption, we can restructure our economy, we can protect our democracy. >> reporter: former vp joe biden taking the opportunity to address the growing questions after a whistleblower was troubled by what he said he heard on a call between president trump and a foreign leader. >> using the abuse of power and every element of the presidency to try to do something to smear me. everybody looked at this and everybody has looked at it and said there's nothing there. >> reporter: "the wall street journal" reports on a call with the ukrainian president in july, president trump pressed the newly elected leader to investigate joe biden's son hunter biden who served on the board of a ukrainian energy company while his father was vice president.
>> the partisan whistleblower. shouldn't even have information. i had conversations with many leaders. they're always appropriate. >> reporter: the inspector general found the complaint to be credible and the latest tug of war between the trump administration and congressional democrats. rachel scott, abc news, des moines, iowa. coming up on "this week," martha sit downs with secretary of state mike pompeo and former secretary of defense general james mattis, that and george will honors the life and legacy of cokie roberts. watch the full interview at 8:00 here on abc 7. the funeral for journalist khoei roberts was held in washington, d.c. roberts was a long time reporter for abc news and npr. she died on tuesday at tage of 75. among those delivering eulogies yesterday was speaker nancy
pelosi. >> she said she was the only one in her family who did not run for office and wanted journalism to be her public service and indeed it was. with the knowledge and understanding developed as a daughter of the congress, she illuminated the workings of congress in the fairest possible way with respect to all views for people across america. >> a champion of women and mentor to so many. roberts is survived by her husband and two children. developing news, five people are dead after flooding along the texas gulf coast from what's left of tropical storm imelda. the deaths range from 19 to 52 years of age. four of the deaths are confirmed drownings in the houston and beaumont areas of texas. many of the people killed were trying to d floodwaters. and several teams are already in nfl player antonio brown. but they want legal information about the wide receiver first. that is all according to brown's agent. brown was released by the new england patriots on friday over a rape allegation. this makes him an unrestricted
agent, eligible to sign with any team. but if he does sign to a team, that team could become subject to an investigation. brown is accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer britney taylor. brown also faces a sexual misconduct accusation by an artist working at his home in 2017. [ bleep ]. >> you see the video. panic for shoppers at a mall in southern california after a fight broke out inside a shoe store. this happened here in culvert city. loud sounds which turned out to be shattering glass sent people running for their lives. many went on social media saying there was an active shooter but police confirmed there were no shots fired and no gun was involved. an 11-year-old boy with special needs are mad after a teacher moved his desk into a bathroom. lucas' mother danielle has spoken to the teacher about her son's autism and autoimmune
disorder and he learns best in a quiet place. the solution was to put his desk over a toilet and give him a camping mat to nap on the bathroom floor. you can see in this photo, lucas' mother snapped the photos and took her son home. >> sad. stressed. embarrassed. how is this happening. how am i in the bathroom? why? >> i took the picture because i didn't even believe what i was seeing. it's not an appropriate place for anyone, especially for lucas who with his condition can't really be around germs. >> the school district in bellingham washington, says space has been an issue and removed the desk from the bathroom and will investigate the incident. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," a food fest in the east bay that's happening today. and it may still be september, but oktoberfest has arrived early in the bay area. here is a live look from the abc 7 exploratorium camera looking out on the bay bridge. the sun just starting come up.
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ask your doctor about jardiance. welcome back. a live look at the golden gate bridge. foggy out there, traffic moving, 69 in san francisco on this sunday morning. 6:39 a.m. as you're thinking about your day, beer drinkers you have one final day to break out the lederhosen here in san francisco. today is the last day of oktoberfest by the bay.
>> attendees can enjoy beer drinking. there's music and dance and toy is oktoberfest begins at 11:00 and runs until 5:00 tonight. should be a nice day to do it and it's not october but it will get you in the spirit i'm sure. >> tens of thousands of visitors are expected at jack london square in oakland for the eat real festival. the family friendly festival features cooking, demonstrations by bay area chefs, local food vendors and features a kids zone. food trucks and cart vendors will be serving up a wide variety of eats including barbecue, salads, curry, grilled meats, vegetables and noodles at 11:00 and runs until 6:00 this evening. talking about the food make me hungry, but it's a good day. >> with the temperatures coming down from 2 to 11 degrees it should feel good out there.
our roof camera, 58 here in the city, across the bay, 59. there is fog and that certainly will play a role in our forecast today.ther nate turning on the conditioning just a bit. i will explain next. >> thanks. also the a's honoring the past and the present looks good, too, as the team continues doprevagen is the number oneild mempharmacist-recommendeding? memory support brand. you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
south beach camera looking out on the bay bridge. sunrise just about happening. beautiful throughout. 6:43 on this sunday morning. in sports this morning, the raiders hit the road for the first time this season. oakland faces the vikings at u.s. bank stadium and 49ers play their home opener against the steelers. kickoff is at 1:25 this afternoon. a challenge for cal, the golden bears faced off against ole miss in a kickoff. here's chris alvarez with the details. >> they are ranked 23rd in the country. saturday another challenge for the golden bears. an early kickoff against an sec opponent. chase gashers threw for 357 yards, slings it to jake togis and he's gone, 60 yards to the house. 28-13 and you thought maybe the game was over. not quite. fourth quarter here come the
rebels, eli, 15 yards and in, ole miss down with 4:30 to go. they got the ball back, 18 seconds to go, no time-outs, watch this play. john rice to moore. looks like a touchdown but the ref calls him down to one, the clock is still ticking, no replay booth review, no buzz from the referees, plumlee has to run a play and the clock continues to move, get a play off, quarterback sneak and cal with the stop. wow. there was only one replay angle and you be the judge right here. looks like a touchdown. cal survived 28-20 and improve to 4-0 for the first time since 2015. stanford's most impressive win last season was the thrilling come from behind victory over oregon in eugene. the cardinal had the ducks number of late winning three straight in the series. stanford lost three in a row since 2008, first drive of the game, costello hits his thumb, stayed in the game but that bothered him. stanford did get a field goal on the drive.
all oregon after that, herbert fling it to red, red through the red zone. 7-3 ducks. second quarter, herbert, this is why he's going to be an nfl quarterback, great back shoulder throw to jacob breeland, 14-3 oregon at the half. early fourth, herbert out of the gun, finds breeland again wide open.ig 21-6. oregon wins. here's abc 7's anthony flores. >> stanford has lost three games in a row for the first time in the david shaw era after falling to oregon. 21-6. >> three weeks in a row evenly matched, but we make a few errors against really good football teams that lead to points. too many errors against good football teams makes it too hard to win. >> oregon's defense was relentless sacking costello five times while holding the cardinals to a pair of field goals. >> frustrating. we all sacrifice a lot. you all understand. we've been doing this a long time now.
we spend the bulk of our, you know, lives preparing for games like this so it hurts. >> san jose state taking on arkansas on the road. second quarter, tied at 7-7. true freshman nick nash, with a direct snap, look at the cutback there, the vision, 15 yards, 14-7, san jose state. 1:15 left in the half. josh love, short pass to isiah holiness and your holiness takes it 26 yards and in. 24-7, at the half. arkansas ties it late but with 1:20 to go, dion packer, 31-24, the first win against a power five team since stanford in 2006. a smarty party for sure. the oakland a's the number down to 7 heading into play on saturday. the team inducting the 2019 hall of fame class before first pitch of the game against the rangers. the as a welcoming mark maguire,
burt, tony, vita, walter, all wearing those great green jackets. what a scene that was. the current a's are pretty good batting around in the first, olsen gets them on the board. simeon come down. still in the first, 5-0, chapman small pox a two-run single up the middle with the bases loaded. a touchdown, a's seven runs in the first. this one, marcus simeon, 32nd homer of the year will get mvp consideration, a bash brother he is and mark canna, yes, he can, 26th homer of the year. a's win 12-3. the magic number down to 5. the a's on the top wild card spot over tampa bay, cleveland's loss dropped them a game back of tampa bay for the second wild card spot. the giants in atlanta, the braves clinch the nl east on friday night. got some fans there. bottom two, two on for billy hamilton, liner to right, one run scores, 1-0. now 2-0 later in the game, down the left-field line, two rbi
double, 4-0 braves. cueto, four innings, four earned. five walks, five ks. giants fans looking towards the future. what play that was from short. that will make you smile for sure. bottom five, derrick rodriguez on the hill, francisco cervelli into souvenir city. 8-1, braves win. a big nfl week two or three that is, a big week with the raiders playing the vikings and niners home opener against the steelers. it should be a fun one. much more in sports later tonight. >> all right. people heading to levi's stadium, what should they expect? bring a jacket? >> not that cool but we're getting cooler. thank goodness the game is today because yesterday about 90s degrees in santa clara and jimmy g. bringing it today hopefully as we look live outside from our sutro tower camera, the patchy
fog and that is part of the reason we'll be cooling off around the bay. in san francisco the most dramatic cooling. a look at what you can expect at levi's stadium. temperatures at 1:00 in the low 80s, we stay that way throughout much of the afternoon. few high clouds drifting by and as we get towards the 5:00 hour dropping into the upper 70s. really a nice day but, of course, it feels hotter than that when you're up there in the stands. be prepared for that. mount tam you can see a better view of that compressed marine layer, higher pressure pushing down going to allow for the onshore push today. yesterday was a bit of an offshore flow, late day sea breeze, the changes arrive with fog, high clouds and a better sea breeze. tracking rain in the pacific northwest from oregon to seattle. we're not going to see that but, in fact, by next weekend we could. here's a live look from our east day hills camera. look how nice that looks where you can see the fog kind of floating by there.
and looking at temperatures very comfortable, 54 half moon bay, 56 in gilroy and redwood city with upper 50s san francisco, oakland, and also from our roof camera, need a new flag there, we're looking at the sea breeze, 50 santa rosa, 55 livermore, 59 in concord and sfo, upper 80s for many of you. belmont, redwood city to the lower 80s or about 80 degrees. little cooler for everyone. 2 to 11 degrees cooler. the autumn equinox arrives tomorrow. sunrise and sun set getting equal out there as we go through the next week or so. and looking at high fire danger returning tuesday and wednesday. this is what you need to know by tomorrow night, the winds increasing at the upper elevations of the north bay mountains, the east bay hills about 1,000 feet. wind gusts could be as much as 40 miles an hour and that dries out the atmosphere, relative
humidity down to the single digits and the temperatures are not going to recover into tuesday night with those comfortable overnight lows. we'll be in the 70s in many locations and as a result, fires could start and they could spread easily. highs today in the south bay from 8ta clara, 89 in morgan hill. look for about 80 today in redwood city. 68 in pacifica, downtown big time cooling at 73, with high clouds look for 85 petaluma and napa, near east bay, hayward checking in at about 80. you head inland we're about 85 in pleasanton and 88 in concord. the accuweather seven-day forecast, upper 60s coast, upper 70s around the bay and upper 80s inland. that is cooler for everyone. fall arrives tomorrow. some of you will warm up, others about the same, so that's the day where the winds begin to shift to an offshore component. tuesday and wednesday we are hot so if you download our accuweather app you'll notice the temperatures are going
quickly. we get into the end of the weekend we could be tracking raindrops on live doppler 7. today the last summer. >> last day of summer. >> i know. >> go out and enjoy it. it's going to be a nice one. >> yeah. >> now next, all you coffee drinkers listen to this, a job posting for specifically starbucks lovers. how you can get paid for giving up your favorite coffee chain for a month.
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