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thank you boch. how the giants and city said farewell to bruce bochy. >> reporter: in oakland, kamala harris's headquarters. just opened today. she's here. the latest. wrapping up a breezy weekend and winds will bring a cool start to the week and school week. numbers in the accuweather forecast. coming up a back breaking trip along the appalahian trail. abc7 news starts now. what they did today, talking about the clubs, players, this send-off, i was pretty special.
last hurrah at oracle park for r giants manager bruce bochy. players past and present joining him on the field to stay goodbye. i'm dion lim. bochy had been with the team 13 years. entire mlb career spans decades, starting as catcher in 1978. sports anchor chris alvarez with look attributes. really touching. >> one thing the giants hoe how to do is put on a celebration and party. bruce bochy is calling it a career. final 13 came right here in san francisco and his run at giants manager will pave his way tostn and national baseball hall of fame. giants fans won't remember the loss to the dodgers to end the chpionip t cped 2012 and 2014 s. boch is known for trust and
managing them on and off the field, connection with them on personal level that leaves everlasting impression. >> i've been blessed to manage some of the best players in the game. always look at players as people first. fellows, you have taught me to look beyond impossible, to never say die. and never stop believing. and never, never give up on what you're trying to accomplish. and torture is better than going home. this place has enriched our lives, with friendships, experiences and memories beyond what words can o the words of the great lou gehrig. i consider myself the luckiest
man on the face of this earth. thank you. thank you. thank you for making it so. love y'all. >> how cool is that? news reporter cornell barnard talked to fans about bochy's farewell. >> three, two, one, fog >> reporter: might be loudest farewell in history. even this san francisco fire boat was in on it. >> my mother didn't live long enough to see the giants get a world series and he brought us three. god bless him. >> lot of great memories. >> rr: dricu, ndhirtsen lots of love. >> won three championships for us, see something like
that again. >> love bochy. >> reporter: newlyweds tied the knot. >> when we met, came here the weekend. >> reporter: leaves behind a treasured 25-year legacy in major league baseball, even dodger fans give respect. >> reason we're here today is last game of bochy. we respect him. biggest rivalry in baseball as far as i'm concerned. >> reporter: everyone hates goodbyes but some things got to be said. >> thank you, love you enjoy retirement. >> glod bless him but wis he would say. >> enjoy yourself, if you don't want to watch baseball. it's okay. >> reporter: after the game, the cheering didn't stop. went on for a voue. ts governor newsom and others
recorded tributes to bochy. lasted about 90 minutes and ended with tony bennett classic "i left my heart in san francisco." be cornell barnard. abc7 news. >> we have more content on our website as well. if you are a giants fan or fan of baseball, historic moment. >> they didn't win the game, the giants. but we don't need to talk that. other stuff trumps it. >> great day. >> hear the farewells and fog horn blast in his honor and check out yesterday's presentation when he received the key to the city. turning to the race for the white house. senator kamala harris opened up first california campaign office in oakland, calling it hometown headquarters. joined by crowd of many
supporters and volunteers. luz pena was also there. live from the newsroom. >> senator kamala harris was born in oakland. throughout her speech spoke about this being her hometown headquarters. her first office in this state. message all about unity. packed house. volunteers and supporters of senator kamala harris on the roof, in the hallways and backyard of the new headquarters in oakland. >> vast majority of us have so much more in common than what separates us. that's how we'll be running this campaign. >> spoke about unity, resonated with sawyer who listened from the hallway. >> really felt coming here and listening to her talk got me more convinced she's on the right track. planning to vote for her. >> also local politicians.
>> it's not just going to help oakland but with the love recei most recent poll in california by uc berkeley is telling a different story. shows her fourth among likely democratic primary voters. asked about that. you're not concerned? >> i know how to work hard. i know i must earn the vote of everyone and intend doing that. that's what we've done every time and we've won. >> san francisco state university political philosopher said not worried as much about california as iowa. caucuses. >> senator warren, former president biden are leading nationally and i think california is following in that trend. she will be able to make a breakthrough in california if she does well in iowa.
>> first iowa caucuses take place february 3rd of 2020. in newsroom, luz pena. >> at our website, abc7news.com, we're tracking latest with all the 2020 candidates. head to the politics section for all of that. pg&e blames equipment failure for two separate power outages impacting 58,000 customers. first happened about 7:30 in east bay, 35,000 in berkeley, albany, el veto, oakland, san pablo were affected. so was b.a.r.t. downtown berkeley station was in the dark. fully restored 11:00 this morning. about an hour later another outage hit in san francisco. pg&e outage map showing impacted area in northern part of the city, affected about 2,000
customers. power restored three hours later. pg&e would only say equipment failure caused them. battle in san francisco neighborhood taken another turn. several boulders back on the street again. yesterday city crews rolled the boulders back on the sidewalk after someone moved them on the street friday. 24 boulders set up on the sidewalk legally by neighbors saying it's meant to discourage drug dealers from gathering in front of the homes. some criticize them saying they're antihomeless. still ahead, security camera inside a police station captured terrifying scene. armed woman takes a hostage holding a meat cleaver. abc7 news meteorologist drew tuma, wrapping up breezymbsheccx
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malone family is back home after six month long backpacking trip. >> planning it before they were born. ♪ >> reporter: 20 years after first appalachian hike, jamie, husband chris and four daughters, all with blisters on toes and homework assignments to complete. >> in toughest physical moments they would get a fire in their eyes. >> reporter: one was? >> hiking mt. katadan. >> final summit. were caught in a storm. ♪ hallelujah, hallelujah >> reporter: a ranger told them to turn around two miles from the top but a few days later the weather cleared and they were singing a different tune.
♪ let yourself feel the pride >> i think helped us feel closer. >> reporter: celebrated birthdays along the way. six-year-old is believed to be youngest female to hike entire trail. missed first days of school but no life lessons. >> never knew i could push myself so hard until i hiked the trail. >> reporter: advice fromon't le the journey. >> reporter: raised more than $10,000 for six charities hiking. kate larsen, abc7 news. >> what a great story. talk about a lesson in determination. turning to the weather, drew, i don't think i could take my family on hike that long. >> no. a day. but that's awesome, entire trail. out and about tomorrow afternoon, perfect weather. temperatures a little bit below average, will feel like fall.
nice. live doppler 7 showing you with satellite a quiet picture. any showers in north bay have diminished. drying out. sierra, still a little bit of snow flying. white shading around lake tahoe. winter weather advisory until tomorrow afternoon. two to six inches of fresh powder expected. seasonal change happening in the mountains now. sutro tower, beautiful, fog-free overnight. highlights. first thing tomorrow morning grab the jackets. cool in spots. some cities start in the upper 30s. bit of a chill first thing. below average temperatures through tuesday then wednesday find warmer weather working into the bay area. right now in the 50s. 51 in santa rosa. 59 in san francisco. 61 though in oakland.
mild spot on the map right now. 56 in livermore and san jose with 57 degrees. winds have certainly calmed down from earlier today. yesterday, wind gusts 50 miles per hour, today around 20, 25 miles per hour. tonight down to ten miles per hour. coming in off the ocean keeping it cool. lakeport and napa dropping into upper 30s. elsewhere the 40s. live doppler 7 with satellite. disturbance with just a few hundredths of moiur pressure ia.
12-hour day planner. out the door with jacket. sun's up, 7:04 in the morning. sunnier midday but 4:00, with sunshine, still cool. mainly 60s with warmest about 70 degrees. breezy on the coastline, 68 in oakland, 69 in san jose, after cool start, max out around 67 degrees. 70 in concord and livermore up to about 68 degrees. accuweather seven-day forecast, sunday tomorrow. october begins on tuesday, nothing but sunshine, temperatures bounce back on wednesday, real mild pattern thursday into friday and numbers on the rise next weekend. not too warm, 70s and 80s. wk t take off.rericr.
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after 25 seasons as big league manager, bruce bochy calling it a career. final score would be afterthought in day that could be summed up by saying thank you boch. giants and dodgers. final lineup card. caught the ceremonial first pitch from son and grandson, wave of the cap. all smiles. not for the team. dodgers score five in the first, smith's home run caps early scoring. 5-0 in a lets madison bumgarner pits gre. hat thekicl, the players,
this send-off. i was blown away. you know, just trying to keep it together. this was as tough a day as i've ever had because you just can't believe there's that many people that i guess care or made the effort to come out. and be part of this. they all mean something to me. mentioned a few memories but they've all created memories that will stay with me for a lifetime. >> level of care he has for every individual here. not just them but families and well-being. >> sit with us, play cards with us, talking and asking questionov from a manager. good relationship with your players. got chance to joking around with
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once again good evening, i'm dion lim. in tonight's headlines, consideratic presidential candidate kamala harris opened a campaign office in hometown of oakland. talked about unity, health care and importance of not sitting on the sidelines. fourth among likely candidates in democratic primary voters. pg&e blames equipment failure. first happened in east bay 7:30 in the morning. affected berkeley, albany, el cerrito,
impacted aa in northern part of the city. san francisco giants manager bruce bochy has retired after 13 years with the team. sent off in style following today's game against the dodgers. tenure with the giants included three world series championships in 2010, '12 and '14. developing news, president trump's supporters are coming to his defense as he faces democrats impeachment inquiry. house speaker nancy pelosi is explaining why she moved forward with the decision and attorneys for whistleblower say they fear for client's life. >> reporter: rudy giuliani defending his boss sunday as president trump's personal attorney suggesting he will only
cooperate with the congressional inquiry if the president said he can. >> would you cooperate with the committee? >> not adam schiff. a neutral person, democrat who hasn't expressed opinion yet. i said i will consider it. >> reporter: but democrats say the investigation into whether the president abused his power by asking a foreign government to investigate a political opponent is making progress. number of factors led her to make forward. >> not just what happens in the call but sequencing of events as well. withdraw dollars worth of assistance to a country, couple of days later say by the way can you help me with my campaign. >> reporter: chairman adam schiff confirming the whistleblower has reached
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caught on camera, terrified children on the bus ride home in washington state. >> oh, my god, he's crazy. no. >> hard to listen to. 48-year-old bus driver is facing dui and reckless endangerment charges. police say one of the panicked children called 911 after getting off bus. told dispatcher sped through three red lights. >> eyes, could tell she was drunk. >> did she smell of alcohol? >> breath sort of smelled like alcohol. >> going to be a dui. >> is it? i was hoping the kid wasn't right. >> drove up to 90 children that day. since resigned. school district says they have a new safety procedure in place to better screen bus drivers. lapd has launched an investigation after recruitment ad was posted on right-wing
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>> there's an ignorance. some people take that ignorance and are affected by some of the political rhetoric that takes it in a really negative direction. >> even so, slocum says says sas success. more than 1,000 people turned out for the susan g. komen walk. patients, survivors and families, fundraise for breast cancer research and find a cure. kate larsen was there overseeing festivities. aiming to reduce number of breast cancer deaths by 2026. east bay, peoplerf dragon b raced to the beat of cne drums.
oakland's lake merritt for the dragon boat festival. include cultural performances, food and crafts. organizers say more than 120 teams from across the globe part. great today to do anything out there. last check of the weather. drew. >> tomorrow morning start out cool. numbers in north bay, 30s in coldest spot. napa, lakeport, low to mid-40s elsewhere. around the bay shoreline, mild, low 50s overnight. 12-hour day planner. sun and clouds. jacket needed. throughout the afternoon, cloud on the decrease and cool afternoon, most holding in the 60s throughout the 4:00 hour. highs on your monday, 66 in richmond, san mateo, 68.
fremont. 63 in the city. 70 in santa rosa, concord and fairfield is 71. accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s max. october begins tuesday. lots of sunshine. average midweek and then normal. weekend is mild, 80s. >> looking forward to next weekend already? >> we have to. >> no shame. i am too. thanks. there is more sports than all baseball and bochy. >> still going to talk a lot of bruce bochy. we have to. got more reaction. we were therell prs and n.akthv we were therell prs and n.akthv my has been excellent. they really appreciate the military family and it really shows. with all that usaa offers why go with anybody else?
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long road for the raiders continued today in indianapolis. oakland hoping to pick up a win before crossing the pond to lon today, considered a home game. raiders fans know how to dress up, even in indy. derek carr hands to trevor davis, he's going to end up in the end zone, 60 yards later, 14-0 silver and black. 108 yards rushing on the day. 14-7, derek carr, fresno state product like me. 19 yards to 5:30 to go, jacoby brissett, one of his three touchdown passes making it close. erik harris jumps the route, see you later, pick sixes team's first interception of the year. raiders win and head to london. 2-2 this season. >> we were able to run
efficiently, pass very efficiently. and even with few we could have had to make it even bigger right? lot of meat on that bone out there. felt bad as offense for our defense, shouldn't have had it that close for them. >> got to get ready for the bears and just like to say once again really proud of our team. came to play, finished and beat a good team. final preseason game for the sharkies, taking on the vegas golden knights. first of three in a row. first period, over the shoulder of martin jones, 1-0 knights. vegas scored three times in second. jones had 19 saves on 23 shots. lone goal for sharks in the third. nice toe drag around the defender. 1-5 this preseason. meeting opening night in wednesday in las vegas. hockey for real.
earthquakes, tommy thompson gets a red card early, down al chanc board. bicycle kick, but it's denied. look at save, one of ten. pretty. second half, stoppage time. morris blows by to score the game winner. 1-0 loss to the quakes, a crusher. san jose just one point out of the playoffs, one game remaining. final round of the safeway open, makingcharge, was the clubhouse leader at 16 under, putting pressure on cameron champ. bad chip on 11, not great, makes up next shot, chipping in to the hole. if at first you don't succeed, try again. one-shot lead. gives himself the mp's a
champ. second career victory on pga tour. more from the future hall of famer with this message for the giants. >> probably leave a note telling him he gets the best job in baseball. and i mine that. you know, i talk about the owners, our front office, the city, surrounding areas, ballpark, fans, he's getting the best job in baseball. >> reception the fans gave him? >> pretty spectacular. i don't know if i've ever seen anything like that. didn't seem like anybody left. stayed whole game even though it was terrible on our part. they wanted to give boch his finalfarewell. well deserved and awesome. >> seems like every time i play for him, every move he makes he pushes the right button.
spend 24 years managing, you're doing something right. >> mentioned before, seeing him get emotional made it hit home for me a little bit more. now just have to make him keep his word and stay at home, boch. >> enjoy that wine in retirement. this sports report sponsored by river rock casino. >> cool to see the rival teams send messages
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