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highery n rs iththlosill over rtbay today. wetalk about that warmup coming up this week in a few minutes. >> you can stay on top of the weather with the abc 7 news app. it is free to download in the app store. just enable the push notifications. developing news, san mateo police are investigating a shooting that involves officers who injured two suspects. police say they were patrolling the parking lot of the hillsdale shopping center when they spotted a car they bieve was stolen. the driver and second suspect led officers on a chase and threw credit cards out of the car along south el camino real. the suspects hit another car and ended up in a cul-de-sac. officers got out of the car and approached them. that is when the suspects drove their car towards officers and one officer opened fire injuring them. detectives are trying to answer questions in their
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investigation. >> why were they throwing credit cards out of the car. what is up with the vehicle in question. they're checking the vin number, 'tbeicense plates thadndit our investigations bureau will be working around the clock on this to find out what exactly was happening. >> it's unclear what conditions the suspects are currently in. "abc 7 mornings" reporter luz pena spoke with witnesses. >> rapid gunshots at least 15 to 20 and heard a ton of cop cars and ambulances and stuff. >> reporter: the shooting took place right across from her building. she described the scene as chaotic with at least 30 officers asking residents to move out of the way. >> from our balcony we could see there was a white car parked down the street and it clearly had been shot. there were two windows that were missing. >> reporter: according to witnesses two people inside the white vehicle in question were taken to hospital. >> some of the officers and paramedics leaning down on the ground so i think the people were already on the ground and put them into the ambulances and
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drove away. >> reporter: luz pena abc 7 news. new overnight police are investigating a shooting that left a man dead in petaluma. it happened around 8:00 last night in the parking lot of the petaluma village premium outlets. police say they received several reports of gunshots and a car crash. when officers arrived they found a man inside a car who had been shot and tried to save him but were unsuccessful. police believe the man did not die by suicide. a suspect has not been identified. in the north bay a fire in sonoma county is under control after forcing some evacuations. flames sparked just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. you can see on the map along highway 121 near schellville. it ripped through an event center that also has some residences. abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has more on the fire that did destroy some buildings but did spare lives. >> this is where i used to live. now i'm looking for a new home. >> reporter: marc foley spoke
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out of fear as he watched the fast-moving fire whip across garden pavilion event center. he lives in the victorian house which ended up being spared. >> a good quarter of the property or more is gone. >> reporter: cal fire dumped water on the blaze which forced 100 people to evacuate and shut down two weddings at cornerstone gardens and a 70th birthday party at the pavilion. you can see party hats, wine, food, left behind as guests ran. >> they set up tables. that's completely gone. all these barns all in the front are completely gone. all the vehicles are completely gone. and the shed building is completely gone. >> reporter: the fire started in this ditch on state road 121 in front of the pavilion event center and across from gloria ferrer winery. it headed south and the wind picked it up and pushed it into a building. >> i guess the lord picked today to have the wind the way it was. this is the windiest it's been
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in weeks. >> reporter: the wind only added to the list of problems firefighters faced. >> just trying to figure out where it's going with the smoke laying on the ground, blowing like it was, trying to do the evacuations, covering the different roads making sure that it hadn't gotten through, didn't ember cast out on us. >> reporter: roads were closed and traffic was diverted out of the fire zone. for evacuees this brings back vivid memories from the north bay fires. >> just a couple years ago we were all running for our lives. >> reporter: in this case three buildings were lost. the cause is under investigation. in sonoma county, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. happening today, a memorial service will be held for one of the victims of july's mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. 26-year-old trevor irby was among three people killed can on july 28th at christmas hill park. he was visiting from upstate new york. the memorial will take place at keuka college which is in new york state's finger lakes region. irby recently graduated from the school. a memorial scholarship has been
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set up in his honor. three teens recovering from gunshot wounds following a shooting near richmond high school. police say it happened friday night after a football game at de anza high school. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has the details and new video released by investigators. >> reporter: the sound of gunshots clearly heard on this new surveillance video released by richmond police. people can be seen running away. it happened near de anza high school friday night after a football game ended versus rival pinole valley high. >> we have about four to five -- we have about 400 to 500 people on the campus. >> officers responded to the 3300 block of morningside drive where there was reports of a fight. when they arrived on scene, they heard gunshots in the area and they saw a large group dispersing. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: there was chaos and panic minutes after the shooting. police say three teens, a girl and two boys, were wounded.
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two of them in serious condition. >> this is a very unfortunate event right now. we have three victims that don't appear to be associated to any part of a fight or any gang violence. >> reporter: police don't yet have a motive for the shooting. >> it's sad. yeah. it's a great community. >> reporter: parents can't believe it. >> it's hard enough for kids to go to school without violence, gang related, whatever issue it is, you know. >> reporter: investigators are still looking for suspects. they may have left the scene driving a dark colored sedan. if you have information, call police. in richmond, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. listen to this, families looking to let loose and get lost in the petaluma pumpkin patch's famous corn maze were turned away when a man running from police hid in the maze hoping to evade officers. it was quite the spectacle yesterday morning at the stony point road pumpkin patch. when officers arrived looking for 29-year-old ryan kenneth watt. he is accused of violating a
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restraining orderer by stalking his former girlfriend on-line in person and using a gps tracker secretly planted on her car. petaluma police tried arresting watt at a homeless camp. that is when police say watt ran across all lanes of highway 101 and sought refuge in the corn maze. >> a needle in a haystack would be a good description. it's called four acres of corn maze and having been in that with my young kids, i can attest it's not easy to walk through even under calm and placid circumstances, let alone looking for someone hunkered down in it. >> the lieanarenuted ft orsa wi got help from the chp and a fixed wing airplane. he was arrested without incident at 11:00 a.m. this afternoon democratic presidential candidate kamala hours will officially open her first california campaign office in oakland. yesterday harris was in the bay area and visited the manila town heritage museum for a series of meet and greets in
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san francisco. the california senator has seen her poll numbers slip recently here in her home state. at yesterday's event she was asked about the impeachment inquiry launched into president trump's dealings with ukraine. >> listen, this administration, in particular >> donald trump will do everything he possibly can to distract from the fact that he has been running a corrupted administration, that he is in the process of being impeached and that he has violated the trust the american people. >> today senator harris will be joined by congresswoman barbara lee at the campaign office opening on grand avenue. it starts at 3:30 p.m. be prepare for delays on highway 24 and on bart if your travels take you to the east bay. bart is doing work between the or rin da and walnut creek stations. this year's video of some of the construction that's been going on the past self-weeks. two lanes of highway 24 are closed in the eastbound direction an no trains are running between the orinda and walnut creek stations. barth is running a bus bridge that could add up to 40 minutes
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in travel time. the work wraps up tonight. this afternoon giants fans ayll celebrate a s to the restirg skipper bruce bochy. yesterday bochy received a huge honor from london breed, keys to the city. former mayors willy brown, frank jordan, and art agnos joined the pregame ceremony to honor the future hall of fame manager and for today's season finale and bochy's last day on the job there will be a special postgame ceremony to pay tribute to his incredible run in san francisco. lisa, you were saying people should probably bring a jacket. >> this morning i saw a report from the national weather service in sonoma, 35 degrees. >> oh. >> near gratton. yeah, it's cold out there. not everyone experiencing such chilly numbers, but certainly cooler than it has beenp we've been saying that day after day. emeryville, see the camera shaking from our upper elevations. we will take the wind out of the
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forecast today if you're down below 1,000 feet. still breezy throughout, 49 in oakland. we have got just a few 50s closer to the water and today, yes, cooler than yesterday. when will that trend end? i have the answers coming up. >> thanks. also next a very special prom in oakland. how the community rallied together to throw the event for sick kids. celebrating 50 years in television. we are paying tribute to our abc 7 colleague and reporter david louie hitting a major milestone.
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new details about the motivation of 13 small arson fiers set near milpitas last weekend. our media partner the mercury news reports the suspect told investigators he was in an emotional state over his wife's death. police say freddie graham was in town from missouri for a 50th high school reunion when he set the fires. his classmates say he appeared happy at the reunion. graham is being held on $2 million bail. happening today a huge crowd expected for an event to be classified as only in san francisco. the 36th annual fulsome street fair, billed as the world's biggest lake tahoe festival is taking over part of the south of market neighborhood today. fulsome street will be closed between 8th and 13th street. the festival is expected to draw 250,000 people and features 200 vendors, booths and live music and it runs from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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everywhere here in the city. around 100 teenagers were glammed up for a special prom night. for the fifth year in a row kaiser permanente organized the pediatric prom. last night's event gave patients who are in and out of the hospital this year a chance to experience their own prom night. some of them missed their prom due to chronic illness or recently discovered illness. last night it was all about dancing. >> everyone gets together and have fun and no one is being judged. we all have something going on and we get to be with people we love. if you brought a friend. it's great to be surrounded by happiness. >> the dresses and food were all donated by local businesses in the area. the patients walked a red carpet and took pictures on a photo booth to remember the night. this year's theme titled "around the world" to highlight diversity and inclusivity. such a great event. we want to take a moment to recognize a member of the abc 7 ne tm who is celebrating 50
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years in television news. our very own reporter david louie was recognized with the gold circle award from the national academy of television arts and sciences. >> i've been fortunate to have the backing and the blessing of great colleagues of abc 7 for the past 47 plus years. i've learned so much from them and they inspire me every day. >> yesterday a number of us from abc 7 were there to support david. everyone watched a video showcasing his career which started at the age of 5 on a weekly public affairs program in cleveland. from there he spent almost all his career with kgo, something he took a moment to reflect on last night. >> i am on cloud nine. this is really so exciting. it's hard to believe 50 years, most of it, almost all of it at abc 7 news. it reminds me how much news has happened over the years, how things have developed, technologically, how we cover news, the stories we've told through the years and we're not done telling the bay area's news stories. we're going to hang in here and
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continue working and telling great news. >> once again, congratulations to david and cheers to many more years head. >> okay. today is national coffee day. it always seems like it's a national day, but this is a good one and there's plenty of opportunities for you to get a free cup of joe. krispy kreme is offering a free cup of coffee and free glazed doughnut. participating pete's coffee locations are offering a free coffee and discount on a pound of coffee beans and if you go to high brew coffee's website get a croup upon to redeem at any whole foods store. we have a list of coffee day offers on our website, abc7news.com. i just posted on my facebook and twitter because i don't celebrate a lot of these national days but this is one we can get behind, especially up this early in the morning. >> good coffee, excellent. good morning, everyone. you know, we are looking at temperatures not only cooler than average but would you believe we should be in the 70s and 80s. this is our warmest time of year
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in san francisco with the average high of 70. we're starting out clear but numbers have bottomed out into the 30s and 40s in many locations. an area of low pressure, a system rotating to the north of us, a piece of it, and a piece of energy sliding down into the bay area today could offer up a shower or two. mainly for the north bay. here are the current numbers with low 40s, santa rosa, 50 san jose. one of the warmer locations by the water, 53 san francisco, 54 half moon bay. live look outside, little bit of breeze out there, not much, but upper elevations still kind of gusty. clear and chilly this morning but then the clouds increase and isolated shower is possible in the hills, warmer days arrive by the middle of the week through the end of the week. no wild weather after we see our temperatures moderate throughout the middle of the workweek. as we go through the rest of the day, it does get breezy out there. the winds will be gusty at the water but not as windy as yesterday. how about 10 to 15 miles an hour for most of you, but with the
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temperatures only in the 60s to low 70s, it's certainly going to feel like a cool autumn day. we are sunny until about the early afternoon and then those cumulus clouds begin to build up on the hill so marin, sonoma, napa, notice you could see a little bit of precip throughout, a couple hundredths possibly not out of the question as the clouds will hold a bit of moisture and that sun creating that more unstable atmosphere in the afternoon. couple hundredths to a tenth in novato and the blue indicating on the east bay and south bay could see trace amounts there. in the mountains looking at scattered snow anywhere from 2 to 4 inches additionally above 6,000 feet and another 6 inches highest elevations we saw about 4 inches and now right on through 4:00 tomorrow, looking at there with numbers today anywhere from 5 to 13 degrees below average. 63 today in san francisco. that's 7 degrees below the average. you should see 78 in mountain
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view, 68 san mateo, 70 santa rosa. over into the east bay, it's common to have the low 80s but 70 today for concord, 69 in san jose, and we're going to look at the cooling trend, temperatures bottoming out tomorrow for the coolest day of the week on monday. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s to a 70 degree reading with an isolated shower. tomorrow we start out cool again, highs only in the upper 60s and downloading the accuweather app trend when we warm up. by the afternoon on tuesday we could gain an easy 5 degrees inland as high pressure begins to move in and as it gets closer wednesday and thursday should top out around 80 inland, even around the bay, numbers into the 70s, so a lot of sunshine on the way a coming, kind of cool out there the next few. >> you took out your down coat we're getting to that time of year. thanks. season two of "the rookie" premiers on abc with the
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officers aftermath of a plotted attack on the city of los angeles leaving officer bradford fighting for his life. kusami aaron spoke with two of the show's stars about what we can expect. >> we pick up where we left off with tim possibly having contracted the virus, rushing him to the hospital. so the stakes are super high. lots of action. we're all affected because this is our fellow officer whose life is at risk and yeah, we're just -- we're throwing the audience right in the middle of the chaos. >> what do you think will make season two a little bit different from what we've already seen? >> well, for a fact there is tons more romance in season two. we got a little bit of that in season one, but now i think in season two what's going to make it so special they're really diving into each character's individual life, their personal lives, and kind of bringing more of the human aspect to the cop world. really showing what happens once we are off of work and what we kind of deal with coming back to
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work and kind of have to put to the side while we deal with things happening on the street. >> what are you personally most excited about when you think about the premier and season ahead? >> i'm actually excited just for more action. there's tons of things that are so cool about this season. some things that we just shot yesterday that i wish i could speak on because it was actually super awesome, but i think the fans will love kind of all the guest stars and people that make appearances throughout the season. it's really cool. >> all right. mentally prepare yourself with the season premier of "the rookie" tonight at 10:00. stick with us. we'll be right back.
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welcome back. whit johnson joins us from new york to tell us what's coming up on "good morning america." >> trump fights back the president slamming democrats calling the impeachment inquiry a scam while pelosi doubles down. george is here with analysis and what the candidates are saying. plus, september snow. a historic winter storm in the west, two feet of snow in montana while summer heat moves east and a land spout in california. finally a touching tribute, gabrielle union wearing the beloved jersey of a nebraska
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family's deceased father as a community comes together. that's all ahead here on "gma." okay. you got it see this video, the sdelines of the foog. here it is, take a look. mississippi state playing against auburn. you can see a player roll on to the sideline and right into bully who catches some air there. bully was taken off the field and examined. there he goes. gets that air. thankfully he is going to be okay and he was able to return to the game. on the peninsula, the legendary dusty the klepto cat, served as the grand marshal yesterday of the annual burlingame pet parade. dusty, who we see with his owner, made national headlines because he routinely would steal a wide variety of items from neighbors. there were other pets as well there all dressed up in a variety of costumes as you can see. ribbons were handed out for a variety of categories with the
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grand prize winner getting a special award. nothing that makes you happier than seeing dogs or cats dress up in costume, right. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," democratic presidential candidates on the campaign trail talking about the impeachment inquiry of president trump. the video message the president posted to fight back. and the ongoing controversy at santa anita park after another horse is euthanized after sustaining catastrophic injuries.
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news to build a better bay area, this is "abc 7 mornings." good morning on this sunday, we are starting this half hour with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> liz, let's look at it for a while. you don't have to go out in it yet because it's cold. temperatures have bottomed out in the 30s in some of our inland valleys in the north bay, those protected valleys, this is walnut creek where it is nice and sunny, temperatures 13 degrees below average. 53 downtown, 49 in redwood city and oakland. with 44 in gilroy, pretty shot from mount tam. clear sky, 42 petaluma with 50 in concord. 24-hour temperature change, pretty dramatic by the delta. 13 degrees cooler there and the winds, upper elevations gusty. we will be breezy at the surface
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today, starting out sunny but a few clouds will arrive. in fact, the possibility of a few showers in the north bay. mid and upper 60s for most, 70s later today and the chance of showers i'll show you where throughout the day today and also talk about a warmup happening for the week ahead. >> i like the sound of that, thanks. >> all right. politics and the race for 2020, democratic candidates are on the campaign trail as the impeachment inquiry of president trump gains momentum. the efforts follow the whistleblower complaint following the president's conversation with the leader of ukraine over vice president joe biden. president trump is posting a video message fighting back. here's abc's elizabeth hercules. >> reporter: a war of words between president trump and the democrats as their impeachment inquiry picks up steam. on the campaign trail 2020 hopefuls trying to emphasize other key issues like health care and education. but the impeachment topic too big to ignore. >> this latest business with
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ukraine where it appears he is willing to take taxpayers' dollars and dangle them in front of a foreign country, it's wrong, it's a violation of the law and congress has a duty to perform. >> reporter: in austin, texas, senator amy klobuchar comparing the current process to watergate. >> it feels very similar to that with the paranoia and with the personal gain and the election coming up. i hope my colleagues as republicans did then rose to the occasion. >> reporter: president trump posting a video on twitter saying he's been unfairly targeted and blaming the probe on partisan politics. >> what's going on now is the single greatest scam in the history of american politics. the democrats want to take away your guns, they want to take away your health care, they want to take away your vote, they want to take away your freedom, they want to take away your judges. >> reporter: some are warning democrats to be cautious. >> the democrats have to be careful they don't get too far in front of the american public
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that they get so far in front of the public the public doesn't go along with what they're doing. house speaker nancy pelosi and the democrats say they are keeping their impeachment focus by the ukraine matter hoping on thanksgiving. elizabeth herr, abc news new york. coming up on "this week" abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos goes one on one with president trump's personal attorney rudy giuliani. house intelligence committee chairman adam schiff will discuss the scope of the impeachment inquiry. you can watch the full interviews on "this week" with george stephanopoulos at >>0> :0 8there is an outpouring condolences for a sheriff deputy gunned down on friday. deputy sandeep dhaliwal was the first member of the sikh community to become a deputy. he gained national attention
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years ago when he received permission to wear a turban as part of his uniform. he was shot and killed by a man who had a long rap sheet and wanted on a parole violation. shocked community members collected donations for his family. >> i just had time this morning before i go to work and i said let me come out and see what i can do, give a donation, and just show my support because this is happening far too often. >> the deputy's accused killer was arrested after the shooting. dhaliwal is survived by his wife and three children. funeral services will take place wednesday. a service was held to honor our state's fallen firefighters. ♪ during yesterday's ceremony, 34 names were added to the memorial wall outside the says capitol. those remembered include a total of four bay area firefighters from san jose, rodeo hercules and two fr from contra costa fire. there are over 1400 names on the memorial. another horse has did at
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santa anita park in southern california. yesterday was the second day of the racetrack's fall meeting. a 3-year-old colt named m tech was euthanized after it was determined the horse had two broken forelimbs. 32 horses have now died since santa anita's winter spring meeting. the death led activists to call for the park tore shut down and reform safety protocols. the chief veterinarian for the group that owns santa anita says, quote, as is protocol for santa anita we will open an immediate inquiry into what factors could have contributed to m tech's injury. it is no secret that life after football can be rough for former nfl players. yesterday abc 7 news was at ucsf cardiovascular research building where there was a free clinic to give them heart and orthopedic screenings. when players retire they frequently aren't as careful with their health. coupled with side effects of playing the game it can add up.
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those who showed up are thankful for the opportunity. >> well, this is a great opportunity for all the players, especially the ones that may not have insurance. it's vital to me to be here every opportunity i can get to check me out to make sure everything is going great. >> the event was put on by the living heart foundation in conjunction with the nfl players association. since they started traveling around the country, they've seen about 6,000 former players. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area. that means finding solutions that protect the environment. there could be one right here in the bay area that could help clear our air. and here is a live look from our roof camera. the sun just starting to come up on this chilly sunday morning. 6:36 a.m. thanks so much for joining us. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few minutes. stick with us.
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happening today in san francisco, the final chinatown sunday play streets event of the year. today learn about chinese art and culture. there will be demonstrations throughout the day, activities include community programming that benefits residents and visitors of chinatown. the event runs from 11:00 to 4:00hiooll a warmer today for folks outside.
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>> actually, as we round out september the month has been trendi trending above average. we are looking at another cool day out there, not as windy but the last day of the month tomorrow will be the coolest that we've seen in a long time. as we look live outside, from our sutro tower camera, nice and clear. the bridge 53 downtown, plenty of 40s, some 30s in the far north bay. maybe a few 70s today i'll have a look at your full accuweather seven-day forecast next. >> winter is coming. not yet. >> also, the a's insure that wednesday's wild card game against the rays will be in oakland with a big win in seattle. chris alvarez has the highlights coming up in sports.
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welcome back, in sports this morning the raiders will try to snap a two-game losing streak. the silver and black face the indianapolis colts at lucas oil stadium. kickoff here is at 10:00 a.m. the 49ers are on a bye. and it's the final day of the regular season for baseball. the giants close out the bruce bochy era hoping to be avoid being swept by the dodgers. the first pitch at 12:05 and the a's cap off their regular season in seattle. first pitch is at 12:10 at t-mobile park. the a's clinched home field wednesday against the rays by beating the m's yesterday. abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez has the highlights in this mornings a sports. >> after the games on saturday the rays lost and the a's win,
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oakland secured home-field advantage in the al wild card game. we'll show you how we got there after those results on saturday. a's at the mariners in seattle. former second baseman mark ellis in the house enjoying things from the stands. scoreless in the third. ramon laureano, laser ramon, the a's take a 1-0 lead. on that swing of the bat. sean is hungry for more. murphy tags out tom murphy. sean murphy law's says you're out. jesus la czar -- luzardo. the a's win and mutant ninja turtle on the cove. bruce bochy, madison will not start on sunday. top six, dodgers up 1-0, max muncy a solo homer to the bleachers in right, 2-0,
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blue crew. giants were 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position. they left eight men on. jansen, dickerson and dickerson swing and a miss. dodgers win 2-0. we new stanford football schedule wasn't easy a 1-3 start would prove that to be true. the cardinals trying to get things back on track against oregon state. the quarterback out with a hand injury as a cardinal faced the beavers. third quarter, fourth and one from midfield, scarlet, finally busts loose, 45 yards when it's said and done. deep inside the republican senator to the -- red zone and davis mills your quarterback rolls out, avoids the sack and hits bryson tremain in the end zone. mills had three touchdown passes in the game. oregon state would not be held without a score. touchdown right here. look at isiah hodgens make a phenomenal grab. this is so nice. we show it, one, two, three times. unbelievable. 21-7. beavers cut the lead to 7.
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stanford running the philly special, call it the stanford special. parkenson to mills, get up young man. nice catch, 28-14. oregon state ties it. stanford would get things into field goal range. mills threw for 245, runs it to the 14 and jet toner, game on his foot, 39-yarder good. stanford snatched the three-game losing streak, 31-28. >> kind of glad we won the way we did because it was hard. we got to fight through things that are difficult. we had a lead early and did not play well enough to keep the lead. they fought all the way back. the coach has done an outstanding job with this team, they are tough especially here at home and throw the ball extremely well. the quarterback played well. we needed to win this way where we had adversity and fought back. a big day at oracle park. manager bruce bochy, his final game with the giants as he retires. the raiders at the colts. the 49ers on the bye. have a great sunday. >> it's going to be a fun day for sports but also a chilly
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one. hopefully less wind, right, lisa? >> that's right. we have that on top today. good morning to you. a live look from mount tam. it is beautiful with the clear sky and lack of wind making for a calm morning for most of you unless you're above 1,000 feet see the camera just a little shaky here. upper elevation winds still blowing and they're allowing for the cool air to be transported into the bay area. another day where numbers will not be where they should be and that's going to continue be into your monday. we are in the 30s and 40s for many of you, up in napa 39, a readinger on sonoma county at 35, 45 in livermore, 50 san jose. compared to yesterday, this has been the theme, right. how much cooler than the day before? we continue to see that drop. 13 degrees cooler by the delta, 8 degrees cooler in oakland. the warmup not so fast today. the lack of wind, beautiful shot in santa cruz, 50 degrees right here going for a high near 70 today.
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you will notice that the wind won't be as brisk out there but we will have a breeze for sure . live doppler 7 with the patchy low clouds, otherwise it's a system to the north that is going to slide down, bring more energy, more cool air, allowing for a slight chance of a shower mainly in the north bay later today. a look at the east bay, walnut creek nice and clear, chilly, isolated showers possible in the north bay hills. that's your best chance and it will be warmer by the middle of the week that takes us into the end of the week as well. we're below average. today we're in the 60s, maybe even 70s. our warmest time of year in san francisco is september at about 70 for your high. 7 degrees below average. oakland should be in the low 70s. we should see low 80s in concord. 13 degrees and 8 and 9 degrees cooler respectively on the peninsula and in the south bay. we're starting out clear. the stratocumulus clouds come into play with the cool air in place. the warm september sun and that allows for the buildups there
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and the possibility marin, sonoma, napa, isolated shower. as you look at our projection here for the potential throughout the next 24 hours, it looks interesting, doesn't it? we could see a splash over into the east bay. most likely, though, from santa rosa, calistoga and then we'll look at conditions a little bit more what we would expect for october. as we get into the afternoon here's your breeze. 15 to 20 miles an hour. so it's not completely still. it is still feeling like fall. it should be a more pleasant afternoon to be outside. we picked up four inches of snow about yesterday and in the mountains another four for donner, two inches tahoe city and today we are cool again, 63, breezy downtown. 68 over in oakland. upper 60s peninsula. maybe a few 70s down in morgan hill, up towards san rafael and santa rosa. the accuweather seven-day forecast, chance of showers perhaps in the north bay hills, maybe a splash here or there throughout the later afternoon elsewhere. most likely north.
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and temperatures will be cooler tomorrow as we get behind the system waking up to more 30s perhaps tomorrow morning and then you download our accuweather seven-day forecast app here's where things change, wednesday, thursday, mid 70s to near 80 bayside and inland even the coast warms a bit by the middle to the end of next week. we will be ready, won we? >> yes. last weekend ready for the cool down and now ready for it to get cooler. abc 7 is committed to building a better bay area. we are committing more time an resources to the issues that impact the region and ways we can address climate change locally. one way to make our air cleaner is to restore more of the delta's marshes. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas shows us how research in bay area wetlands may help us breathe a little easier. >> reporter: the sacramento san joaquin delta once one of the lushest marshlands in the state. the pete rich soil made it the
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ideal place for some of the state's first farms to pop up. today scientists are hacking through thick brush to see if restoring the marshes is a way to reduce carbon dioxide in the air. co2 what scientists believe is responsible for global warming. sensitive instruments monitor this wetland as it breathes and absorbs carbon dioxide. >> we are at the stage now with unprecedented levels of carbon dioxide or co2 based on fossil fuel combustions since the revolution. >> reporter: meteorologist dennis says the delta could hold clues on how we can reduce the carbon dioxide levels locally. ariana ortiz a post doc fellow from barcelona looking for the answers. >> we are trying to measure how much organic carbon built up in the soil. >> reporter: this part of marsh near antioch was once farm land and restored back to marshlands by the california department of water resources in 1997.
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ariana and her team hike in. and set up a ladder to take samples from the earth. hammering through decades of sentiment to remove valuable evidence. >> the goal is to measure carbon sequestration rates in the soil. >> reporter: carbon sequestration is the process of taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere and storing it in the ground. according to a study published last year by another cal researcher wetlands effectively sequestered carbon. in her lab at uc ariana is building on that study. going deep into the marsh's past she takes her samples from a freezer and cuts them into one centimeter slices so she can analyze the amount of carbon that's been sequestered underground. >> we have 20 years of greenhouse gas exchange data and so i'm going to look at the soils and the carbon capture to integrate like short time scales with longer time scales. >> reporter: in theory
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scientists believe restoring more wetlandcoulresu i >> we can bury carbon effectively and so we feel that restoring marshes in the bay area can be a very effective natural carbon solution to this greenhouse problem we're all facing. >> reporter: eric thomas, abc 7 news. and we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them joining our building a better bay area group on facebook. next, how the giants want fans to say thank you to bruce bochy today even if you're not going to the game.
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welcome back. today is bruce bochy's last game as the giants manager. the team wants to create the loudest f loudest foghorn blast the bay area has ever heard. that's the sound. well the giants invite all fans to help with this only in san francisco sendoff for the future alll of famer. l u website turn up the volumeeghnut toy.er be held right after thiso celebrate bruce bochy's 25-year career as a
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manager. first pitch is at 12:05. that's a warning to all of you why do i hear the foghorn sound. >> there's no fog out there. >> exactly. >> good to know. a lot of sunshine out there, no fog to speak of. we're looking at some pretty views here from walnut creek with 50s downtown, 40s elsewhere. the way the city looks on this last sunday of september. 39 in napa. cool today with 60s to near 70 in concord. breezy at the coast, 63 downtown and some clouds in the afternoon looking at an isolated shower in the north bay. we're coolest tomorrow and then begins the warmup, a slow one tuesday and will increase throughout the week. >> so hard to figure out what to wear this time of year. >> yeah. >> back and forth. thanks for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." i'm liz kruetz in for kusami aaron and lisa argen. abc 7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. "good morning america" is next.
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