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and facebook that each pledged a billion dollars each year. >> so we are asking you. we have opened up a live poll at abc7news.com. >> you can see the live poll running on the bottom of your screen. we'll keep the vote open as we look into this story as part of building a better bay area. >> upscale housing is going up, but that's not helping a growing number of people trying to live and work here or to get off the streets. >> are aren't enough jobs that are paying wages to meet pople's needs. we are trying to create housing that people can afford. >> reporter: the chief impact officer at destination home which will get $50 million from apple to support vulnerable groups. >> here is an example of what's possible. this is villas on the park, 84
units near downtown san jose. beyond that it will also have onsite services to help the residents with the challenges of the daily life. >> apple met with housing program leaders for a year to understand their challenges. critics wonder why apple hadn't joined google and facebook. apple surprised everyone with a pledge two and a half times greater. housing trust silicon valley will get $150 million for a new bay area housing fund. >> we're glad we can partner with them on it because we're known for helping developers buy land and buy buildings quickly and take advantage of this crazy real estate market we have. >> apple is also creating a $1 billion first-time home buyer fund to help families struggling to make a down payment or qualify for loans. >> apple is working with us to make sure that we achieve our high impact goals.
but they are flexible and willing partners to see whatever is needed to get the job done. >> apple is working on addressing the housing crisis in other parts of the state. so let's see what you think and look at the results from our live poll. >> we'll take a look now. will tech money help solve the problems? >> we want to hear your ideas about building a better bay area. share them by joining our group or facebook. november is national homeless youth awareness month. a statistic show that nearly a quarter of the homeless people in the county are actually college students. chris reyes spoke with different agencies banding together now to house 100 students in 100 days. >> i have very sad memories of saying hello to people just to hear a hello back and nobody would say hello.
>> this 22-year-old was homeless in san jose two years ago. today is a student standing on his own two feet and he is helping to accomplish a big goal. house 100 college students in one day. >> no child, no young student should live on a car, on someone's couch or under an overpass, especially while they are working towards beginning their dreams. >> here is one of the many places that elijah called home in san jose. it is a reality he never wants to re-live. he doesn't want other young people to go through what he did. >> through sheer determination, he got himself out of homelessness, but the struggle is real. right now he's paying more than $2,000 a month for rent, holding down two jobs while going to college. the 100 day challenge aims to find other struggling students, connect them with resources, track their progress and make
sure they don't fall through the cracks. >> when we bring all those people together, our hope is it becomes a learning collaborative where after 100 days we have a system of care for all our colleges to assure that nobody is homeless while attending school. >> in san jose, abc 7 news. bay area's housing crisis affects us all. it is why we dedicated a week of coverage to that topic for issues from renters to homeowners to solutions for the future. you can find all of those stories online. funding for affordable housing is one issue san francisco voters will decide in tomorrow's special election. proposition a would create $600 million in bonds for repairing and building affordable housing units in san francisco and allow up to 2,800 affordable housing units within existing buildings built within four years. proposition c would year turn
the city's ban on e-cigarettes. no vote on c would uphold the ban that go into effect early next year. six candidates are running for mayor. she faces a challenge from robert jordan jr., robertson, joel and ellen z. he is expected to win re-election. the race for san francisco's district attorney is between two candidates. suzie loft is running for a full-term after being appointed by the mayor. also running -- cities also special elections tomorrow. you can read up on the races to watch on our website abc7news.com. that's also where we will post results tomorrow right after the polls close. pieces are beginning to come together in a deadly house party shooting halloween night that
left five people dead. but we still are awaiting word from investigators on whether there are any suspects on the loose and if any arrests have been made. lori joins us live with what she's learned. >> reporter: we're actually in the theater district. this is where this memorial has been growing by the minute. folks are coming up every few minutes with flowers. in the meantime, though, police here are being very tight lipped about any progress, if any, they have made in this investigation. investigators towed away a black dodge challenger from the home where five people were shot and killed here during a house party on halloween night. in a meantime, a memorial to those who died at the party is growing. >> they're somebody's kids and parents and it is a horrible tragedy and i felt like we should show our support. >> reporter: she works for the local school district and
decades ago with dr. martin luther king. >> i came to express my sympathy, my empathy with what happened, my outrage about guns in our country. i just was deeply moved by the death of five young people whose lives were cut way short. >> reporter: the shootings occurred during what was billed as an airbnb mansion party. a house used exclusively as a short-term rental. it is a home that's had problems before with large parties. so much so that the owners received several notices of violation. >> you have to wrestle with what you do about people that don't follow the rules. >> reporter: there is an existing ordinance that prohibits gathering of more than 13 people at short-term rentals. but the city manager said he will look at tighter restrictions tuesday night. >> is there a scenario where they could ban short-term rentals, period? >> well, that's one of the
things the council will talk about. there is some challenges with that that are legal. but if that's the direction they want to go, you know, that's what we'll work on. >> reporter: and we're back live here. folks have been stopping by throughout the afternoon and evening, has picked up a little bit. as for the city council, they have a meeting tomorrow night. at that point they will explore a range of options, including a greater enforcement of their existing rules. abc 7 news. did the police happen to say why they didn't respond sooner to the noise complaints the night of the party? >> reporter: well, we have been asking this question since this happened. today we did get a little bit more information. apparently the police, as part of mutual aid, were actually dispatched to oakland. there had been a home invasion at about 8:30 on halloween night. the police officers, and there
is usually only two of them on duty, were sent to oakland to try to investigate a stolen car related to that home invasion. the calls about the party, the loud party, starting coming in about 9:20. an hour and a half later is when that shooting started. it is not clear if that would have prevented the officers from checking out the noise complaints sooner before the shooting started at that house. >> all right. reporting live for us tonight. thank you, laura. we are getting new information on the weekend escape of two murder suspects from the monterrey county jail. the sheriffs office released these photos of a bathroom where the inmates crawled through. it was just 22 inches wide. from there, the two made their way through a tiny crawl space, the out of a hatch into an area that's under construction where there was no razor wire. investigators are now trying to figure out who, if anyone,
helped these two men. >> as far as help from inside from employees, absolutely not. as far as other inmates go, that's a big part of the investigation that we're still working through. >> they are both were awaiting trial on separate murder cases, as well as other felonies. authorities say both men should be considered armed and dangerous and you should not approach them if you see them. a federal judge is demanding answers from pg&e about its equipment. he gave them 15 days to answer questions about their equipment. a jumper cable broke where the kinkaid fire started last month. the cause of that fire has yet to officially be determined. judge william also wants to know whether the planned power outage process itself sparked wild fires. he is also seeing pg&e's probation for the pipeline explosion in 2010. pg&e cut power to air
quality monitoring station. the washington post reports it resulted in contradictory information and in some cases no information at all. not knowing the air quality can be an issue for people with asthma and other respiratory problems. seconds from death. >> this was incredible. the rescue at a bart station was all caught on camera. heart stopping video. you are going to hear from the people involved. >> one year to go. we are 365 days away from the next u.s. presidential election. see who is standing out in a crowded field of democratic candidates. our dry weather pattern continues, but we have
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we are officially 365 days, one year away, from the election of the next u.s. president. the field of democrats is thinning. beto to ruo'rourke ended his can friday. abc news reporter trevor holt has the latest now on this race. >> reporter: with the 2020 election now just one calendar year out and the iowa caucus less than 100 days away, the democratic field is showing consistency at the top of the pack. senator elizabeth warren continuing her rise, up to 21 points in her latest poll. but her proposal for medicare for all a lightening rod of criticism. >> if somebody else has a better plan to deal with that $11 trillion that families will pay over the next ten years, they should put it out. >> reporter: the senator
defending the plan. funded by raising taxes on wealthy americans and businesses. former vice president joe biden who still leads nationally in the latest abc news washington post poll calls the plan mathematical gymnastics. mayor pete buttigieg up nine points is questioning warren's math. >> do you buy she is pay for her plan without raising taxes on the middle class? >> well, the math is certainly controversial. there are variations in the estimates in the trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars and we don't have to go there in order to deliver health care to everybody. >> reporter: even fellow progressive bernie sanders who shares warren's goal of a medicare for all system is criticizing her plan to pay for it. >> i thi have a very negative impact on creating those jobs or providing wages, increased wages of
benefits for those workers. i think we have a better pay. >> reporter: the democratic primary is still anyone's race. a majority of democratic voters still haven't firmly made up their minds. abc news new york. a white teacher has been put on administrative leave after showing up to class on halloween in black face. the student tweeted the video imitating the rapper common. >> why would you do that? that's very racist. >> i just think it's crazy that someone would do that, especially nowadays and around here. this is an amazing school. we're so diverse over here. i don't think he was trying to offend anybody or be rude to anybody in any type of way because i know him kind of and he's not that kind of guy. >> the school board called the actions inappropriate. the naacp is demanding an investigation. the teacher has been placed on
administrative leave. received a five-month prison sentence for taking part in two schemes to get his daughter into usc. the heaviest sentence handed down so far. he must pay a $100,000 fine and serve 500 hours of community service. he's one of dozens of parents charged with cheating, lying and paying bribes to get their kids admitted into elite colleges. well, have you seen this? it is incredible. it is bart surveillance video showing the moment a supervisor turned into a superhero. it happened last night following the raiders game. it shows a man falling off the platform with a train fast approaching. this supervisor reaches down and pulls him up to safety. >> in my mind that train was about 20 yards pack and he was still in the middle of the trackway. obviously he wasn't. i just looked at him and said, hey, he's not going to make it.
>> from the moment he fell off to john's rescue, just two seconds, the time span between life and almost certain death. >> however much he weighed it seemed he was able to pull it out. >> i don't know if i could pick him up now, but, you know, that night he didn't feel very heavy at that moment. >> adrenaline, right? but it is this video after the fact which shows one man's gratitude for the actions of another. it was just literally not a second to spare. and he didn't even hesitate and reacted instantly. >> and to see how close it was. >> really, another split second and it wouldn't work out this way. let's focus on our weather now. we have fallen back. it is dark outside. >> feels like it's going on for hours. >> i know. i know. it's that time of the year. we have fog at the coast. i don't know. does that make a difference? no, it's still dark.
let's take a live view from our camera at peer 15 here at san francisco. it's currently 55 degrees here in the city, 57 across the bay. 65, 63 in san jose and gill roy and 50 at half-moon bay. here is look across the bay bridge. it's 61 degrees in santa rosa. napa 59. mid-60s in livermore. and a nice clear view looking down on to the city. here is our forecast. fog along the coast. overnight moderate air quality for the next few days. and this mild pattern will continue into next week. overnight along with the fog at the coast, look for clear skies over the bay and inland, mostly clear and low temperatures will drop into the 40s. in the north bay valleys a little chillier with 39 degrees expected at santa rosa. for tomorrow, sunny skies in
a r of the bay area. highs in the south bay upper 70s to about hill. 79 at san jose. mid-70s down to mountain view and mid to upper 60s on the coast. downtown san francisco tops out at 70 degrees. 80 in santa rosa. east bay highs, 76 at hayward and free month. highs mainly in the upper 70s to 80 degrees at concord, antioch, fair field and livermoore. wednesday a slight cool down. thursday temperatures rebound back to 80 or above in the inland areas and mid-70s around the bay. friday looks like it will be quite warm for above. mainly low to mid-80s. upper 70s to near 80 and we'll probably see some 70s on the coast on friday. here is the seven-day forecast. once again, this milder than
average and certainly drier than average pattern will continue for at least the next seven days. but the next seven days will bring us sunny skies. a few clouds at the coast but they will clear away pretty quickly. and that pattern will continue right on through the seven-day period with the warmest days friday, saturday and sunday. inland highs in the low 80s. upper 70s and 70 or above on the coast. >> that is not november weather. >> i know. it gets dark early, but it is still warm. >> okay. >> out with the blue, in with the new? kind of. we'll explain facebook's new branding next. >> we are one week away from monday night football. the san francisco 49ers, the only undefeated team in the nfl will take on the seattle h seahawks
uber went public in may. its stock is down about a third from its initial public offering. something that seems like a strike leads tonight's bay area business watch. freelance workers at grocery delivery company insta cart are i the middle of a three-day work action demanding the company raise the tip from 3% to 5%. they want to drop the service fee which workers say confuses customers. facebook launched a new company logo today in all caps and multiple colors in an effort to be more transparent to all the products it owns. facebook is the parent company of many other companies. only the company logo is changing, not the logos for individual products. the updated branding will start showing up in the coming weeks. a week ago remember we were in the middle of power shut-offs. >> with the lights back on, we're following up today to see if life is getting back to
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have impacted, note the size of this line this morning. >> i'm grateful that we still have a home. i'm sorry for those who don't. i truly am. >> reporter: these are all the people that showed up hoping for assistance from sonoma county with more than a little experience with fires and flads these past two years. the kinkaid fire not big enough to trigger federal disaster money. >> i hate to ask for any kind of help, but if there is some kind of help for the vineyards that we can get to keep things going, we'll struggle through and get what we can. >> more than a week since evacuations and some parts of the county have just begun to come online. the grapevine inn finally got its gas line reconnected just today. the fire and evacuation cost two weekends of business and more. >> and we're even having people now ncg for next weekend. >> reporter: but the deeper one goes into the evacuation footprint, the more the frustration. >> well, we got a sinkful of
dishes. we don't have any running water because we're on a well. we're freezing cold. >> melissa finally did get her gas connected today. the power not quite yet with predictable results. >> kchaotic, a mess. >> reporter: she's part of that decreasing minority still powerless, still waiting for normalcy. it is little consolation here. in windsor, wayne freedman, nbc 7 news. >> you can help people impacted by the fire from giving blood, contributing food, maybe donating money. a stanford poll finds limited support among california residents when it comes to wild fire residencies. one in four california residents report that i had or someone they know had experienced a wild
62% lieve that building homes should be restricted in fire prone zones. only 22% of respondents think that owners should not be allowed to rebuild burned homes. no policies that subsidize wild fire prevention received a majority of support. more people are willing to accept upgrades and insurance. a disabled veteran and his wife were about to start a new chapter of their life when someone stole almost everything they owned. this story of heart ache with a surprise silver lining. >> it's all we got. it is just what can fit in my car. >> reporter: this apartment is where this disabled army veteran and his wife are making their new life in the bay area. >> i look this job in san francisco to work for the va. >> reporter: but it is a move from las vegas that almost didn't happen. >> the reason we don't have anything is because everything was stolen from us. >> reporter: even after serving more than ten years in the
military and three tours in the middle east couldn't prepare jonathan for what happened when he went apartment hunting. >> we had a 20 foot u-haul. >> reporter: but on the morning of their move, an unwanted surprise. >> i went out there and the u-haul was gone. >> reporter: the entire contents of their three bedroom las vegas home in that u-haul had been stolen. >> everything that was military was in there to include like i said my bronze star. i was awarded that after my last tour in afghanistan. >> reporter: i stepped out of the apartment for a minute because i'm helping a surprise for jonathan. let's hope this goes off without a hitch. >> my name is franco. i'm with alaska airlines. i heard about your story and basically we want to make your life just a little happier for round-trip vouchers anywhere alaska airlines flies. >> reporter: he stayed to do the
story with us. we reached out to alaska to see if they would waive his change fee. that's when the airline went above and beyond. >> extremely grateful. >> reporter: the general manager tells me they're evaluating adding cameras to their parking lot in the future and will refund jonathan for his hotel stay. >> we don't want to give up. we still want to live this life and we still want to do the work that, you know, we're coming out here to do. it is just going to take time to do so. >> reporter: abc 7 news. i hope they can recover their things. one of jonathan's friends set up a gofundme account. >> help them out if you can. well, veterans are the focu. >> yes. a group that has a personal connection. a life-sized banner of steph curry is signed by the superstar. then goes missing.
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>> i know that i might have to be a little more daring. >> go big or go home kind of wagers. >> alex will host 15 multiple time winners in a two week competition. contestants include the man with a record breaking 32 game winning streak. that's james and his defeater. jeopardy's tournament of champions kicks off tonight at 7 right after abc 7 news at 6:00. >> and it will be followed by "wheel of fortune," which is also kicking off a special series. our sister station shows who they will be honoring. >> it seems like a perfect fit for us. >> it is always fun to watch contestants spin their way to riches on "wheel of fortune." this week has more meaning for all of their loyal wheel watchers. the players featured are veterans from all branches of the military. >> it's one of my favorite weeks. i don't know. there is something heart warming about it. it does make me feel like we are
giving back something. >> we're america's game. that's what we all ourselves. honestly, it is not just a slogan. we try to live up to that. americans by and large know and respect the military. that's why we do it. i spent a little time in the military so i have a personal enjoyment in doing it as well. >> i have been a fan for as long as i can remember. >> he served 12 years in the u.s. marine corps. he enjoyed the instant comradery he felt when he met the other 14 competitors playing this week. >> it was really great being here with other veterans preparing for the show and being on the show with veterans. it was cool to have that environment. >> even though he's faced a lot of tough situations in real life, being onset and actually competing was just as nerve wracking. >> i think at home you can just yell whenever you think you know it and that's not how it works in real life. >> special veterans week at 7:30
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for an injury if a broken hand, but that will not damn the enthusiasm of one hand. >> this has a happy ending. that's what i love. how many people do you know who own a life-size banner of steph curry? >> unfortunately for a san jose man that banner turned up missing right after the all star autograph. his 66 mustang sits prominently in his garage surrounded by his favorite sports figures. there is tom brady. ph there is klay thompson, k.d. and of course plenty of steph curry. he even has an autographed ball from stef's rookie season and a collection of steph curry dolls. but the san jose man wanted something unique. a seven foot life size banner of the three-time champion.
>> it looks like one of those street banners that hang on the lamp post. >> javier dreamed of adding stef's signature to that banner. so he sent it to new york which arranged to get the superstar's signature. >> i was excited and nervous because now it's out of my possessi possession. >> the company confirmed it received the banner. but the signing originally scheduled for march got postponed twice. by then steiner sports had been purchased by fanatics. javier would have to wait some more to receive the signed banner. >> two weeks later still nothing. so now it is basically a month of waiting. i call again. >> he's assured once again that he will receive his banner. but after another week he decided to call seven on your side. we contacted them and within 30 minutes the company tells javier they will ship him a free autographed curry jersey and
give him a 100% refund. we were on hand when javier received his jersey. he's practically speechless with excitement. >> it's nice. nice frame. >> but there is more. fanatics found the banner at an overnight delivery service. he received the banner the same day he received his jersey. >> that signature is awesome. perfect placement. this will look good hanging up. that is tweet. >> wow. thank you fanatica. they did not respond to our request for a comment. i want to hear from you. my seven on your side hotline is open monday through friday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. you know the number. you can also reach me on my facebook page. that got signed exactly where it should have been. >> the right size, everything. nice to see it work out. >> all right. temperatures were in the 70s today. it almost felt like summer.
but the biggest change is the end of weekend ferry service in richmond. fewer ferries run through oakland because of lower demand. some schedules have changed by 5 to 15 minutes. >> speaking of winter, california's christmas tree was cut down today. this picture of the tree which was harvested. cal fire and the chp will escort the tree to the state capital in sacramento tomorrow. it looks like a beauty. >> it will look nice all decorated and lit up. it doesn't feel like winter. >> no. it feels more like surfing than shopping. >> here is a look at live doppler 7. we have mainly clear skies, but fog is developing, has developed, in fact, along the coastline. it will remain there overnight with low temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. tomorrow expect another mild
november day. mid to upper 60s at the coast. and look ahead to wednesday. you might see maybe a two or three degree cool down in our inland areas. it will be a bit cooler along the coast. but temperatures bounce right back on thursday. more low 80s inland. on friday, low to mid-80s inland. unbelievable. here is the seven day forecast. >> friday, saturday and sunday. i think you're right. the inland highs will be in the low 80s and upper 70s around the bay and 70 degrees or higher on the coast. yes, friday is the 8th. >> we are fact checking our own facts we're throwing out there. >> there you go. on to sports. >> chris is here with it all. >> always a lot going on. victory monday for the raiders. but no time to enjoy it. the strong words from head coach
jon gruden. his feelings on thursday night football. and one week from now we've got monday night football right here on abc 7, the only unbeaten team in the league. that's the niners that will host th annoepidemic fueled by juul use with their kid-friendly flavors. san francisco voters stopped the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. but then juul, backed by big tobacco, wrote prop c to weaken e-cigarette protections. the san francisco chronicle
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the chargers on a very short week. they will host the chargers at the coliseum thursday night. many of those players and coaches outspoken about the difficulty of playing on a thursday. coach gruden, he's not a fan. >> i hate this. i don't believe in this thursday football. i'm not going to be on my soap box anymore than that. it hurts us. hurts both teams. obviously the preparation. we take a lot of pride in getting our guys ready to play. need a lot of time to do that. but it will be a challenge. >> running back josh jacobs ran his way into the raiders record books yesterday. the first rounder broke marcus allen's rookie rushing record. jacobs has 740 yards with six scores. all of this in just half a season. >> it is great because of who he is and being in the company with him. i don't really look at things
like that. i don't really look at accolades and stats like that. i just go out there and try to play my game. >> josh jacobs is incredible. you know. we're going to run through him. that's what we do. i don't think anybody in this team has a problem with him leading the rush. but he's special. >> he makes a lot of hard yards, tough three, tough four yard gains. and he's elusive and powerful and he's an oakland raider. we're happy about that. >> i love the way jon gruden talks. >> warriors guard d'angelo russell has been ruled out. and oakland native blazer star said of the warriors injuries he's never seen anything like this. the warriors lost by six to charlotte on saturday night. rookie eric, it is his birthday today. steve kerr said he got a good scouting report on him by his head coach.
>> you could tell he just had the body, the strength and the explosiveness to fit into the nba game. so i knew he had a lot, you know, a lot to work with. and then i got to know jay wright well this summer and he had nothing but great things to say hbt him and how coachable he was. he's just from day one he's been fantastic to work with. >> i feel like earlier i was just aggressive. it felt like i had a mismatch and just took advantage of it. they just allowed me to play my game. i have to thank my teammates for believing maine in me as a rook and saying go. of course that's a good feeling. >> madison bum guarder received a $17.8 million qualifying offer from the giants which means gia.
both players have ten days to accept or decline that offer. marcus semien named as a finalist for the al mvp record. 92 rbi. he joins astro star alex bregman and mike trotter of the angels as finalists for that award. it will announced on thursday, november 14th. snoop dog took in a lakers game last night in san antonio. he even stopped by the lakers broadcast booth and did a little dop play-by-play. >> it makes two to make a thing go right. >> 50% of the lakers points. >> oh, big d. let's go. give it to lebron. space the floor. space the floor. take your time. oh, that's the foul. that's a foul. >> it's really, really good, night. you have jon gruden at one end of speaking and then you have
snoop with the play-by-play. >> he did hockey with the kings last year. >> does he know hockey? good for him. >> snoop knows everything. >> thank you, chris. >> join us tonight for abc 7 news at 11:00. all right. a new warning tonight about smartphone devices, how they could be hacked with, get this, just a flashliht. >> all right. coming up tonight on abc 7 at 8:00, it is "dancing with the stars." at 10:00, it is the good doctor. stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. stick around after our late broadcast because jimmy kimmel live is on. that comes on tonight at 11:35. >> next monday, what's on? >> the football. >> the 49ers. >> can we get snoop calling it. >> that would be awesome. >> this is a good idea. we have a week to get him here. >> that's it.
>> you do it. >> oh, no, please. >> snoop can do it. >> this is the end of our show. >> spencer has got it. >> all right. now dan is here. >> for all of us, thank you so much for being here tonight. >> nice that we stuck the landing. >> we did, as usual, right. >> sure. >> snoop come to san francisco. >> please. watch our unbeaten 49ers.
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