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exchange that played out on the pleasant hill bart statio ten days ago as steve foster and his girlfriend were on the way to work. >> she is the one who is actually recording it all on her phone. amy hollyfield this morning showed there is a cafe located at that station just a short distance away from a sign that displays bart's rules, which include no eating, drinking or smoking in the paid areas, which includes trains and platforms. >> here is abc7 news reporter melanie woodrow. >> steve foster says he still can't believe what this video shows. >> i didn't expect that to happen at all. >> reporter: a bart police officer detained foster last week for eating a sandwich on the platform of the pleasant hill bart station. foster's girlfriend was with him. >> i told her pull her phone out, because i felt like something wasn't right. >> reporter: one of the officer >> before i can say anything, as you can see, he alrady had it in his mind that he wanted to put me in cuffs. >> reporter: another officer arrive and assisted with cuffing foster.
he says the officers called him name. >> i wasn't resistant at all. i had no kind of arm force to keep them from putting me in cuffs. >> reporter: foster's attorney has now filed a claim against bart and the officers. he says the officers were engaged in a form of racial profiling and selective law enforcement. >> this is a case where a slight admonishment could have easily have occurred, but yet it did not. >> foster was cited and detained about an hour, causing him to miss work. bart's general manager apologized to foster and bart riders in a public statement. he also said eating in the paid area is banned and that foster had refused to provide identification, cursed at officers and made homophobic slurs. a bart spokesperson tells abc7 news bart will not comment about a future lawsuit. bart's independent police auditor is conducting an investigation, which will be pausedis is served with a lawsuit. inkland, melanie woodrow, abc7 news. major new developments.
police investigating that halloween house party shooting in orinda arrested five people in a series of coordinated sweeps. one in vallejo, one in antioch, one in san mateo, two in marin city all through a shooting in a house rented through airbnb. this video was shared with abc7 news showing a s.w.a.t. team from contra costa county ordering people inside one apartment to come out with their hands up. one neighbor told what's she saw. >> it looked like something you see in a movie. it was police everywhere. and then they -- they let off some -- i don't know what you call them, tear gas up the street. >> orinda police have not said if any of the people arrested today are suspected of firing the deadly shots on halloween. the first four suspecs on this list, jacquez sweeney, jason iles, lebraun wallace and
shamron mitched are all charged. the last person, devon williamson is accused of being an accessory. ittialian police officers announced they have just finished their investigation and are asking for an immediate trial. finn elder and gabe nathalie have been in a rome prison since the july 26 stabbing death of the officer. the teens say they didn't know the police officer and his part their were police. the judge now has five days to decide whether to grant the speedy trial. developing news. two students are dead after being shot this morning at a southern california high school. police say a classmate pulled a gun from his backpack and opened fire before shooting himself. this was at saugus high school in santa clarita, just north of l.a. along with the two students killed, three others are injured tonight. the 16-year-old suspect is in the hospital. police say his condition is
grave. reporter vanessa vasconellos with our sister station has more from santa clarita. >> reporter: moments of panic as hundreds of saugus high school students ran to safety. >> six to eight shots. >> multiple shots fired, possibly people down. >> according to the l.a. county sheriff, it was just after 7:30 when a student opened fire on campus, shooting at least five people before shooting himself in the head. terrified students barricaded themselves in classrooms, including sophomore arianna kasar. >> broke desks to make sharp edges because the lock on the door was broken. >> they prepared for the worse by arming themselves with anything they could. >> we handed out scissors. one of the girls had her softball bag and people had bags just in case. >> it's disturbing to me. i don't understand why this keeps happening. >> retired teacher says even though many students were just getting to campus, it was their active shooter and lockdown
training that came into play. >> i hope the kids can recover from this, because it's pretty traumatic. it doesn't go away just because it happened and you're safe. there is lasting effects. >> l.a. county sheriffs investigators are going through the suspect's social media accounts, saying he did make a threat previously, but it's since been removed. they're saying use this as an example wherever you may be. if you see something like that, say something. it could prevent something like this in the future. reporting in santa clarita, abc7 news. the white house reacted to the shooting today. vice president mike pence spoke during a visit to nasa's ames research center in mountain view. >> and we will not rest or relent until we end this evil in our time and make our schools and our communities safe again. >> president trump tweeted his first comments at 3:34 this afternoon, eight hours after the shooting. he wrote "we send our deepest condolences to the families and friends of those tragically lost, and we pray for the speedy recovery of the wounded."
>> by one count, there have already been at least 30 shooting attacks at schools this year. in south san jose, student leaders are trying to do something about the stress and the anxiety that can stem from these kinds of incidents. student leaders at pioneer high school in san jose unified came up with a proposal to open the district's first student wellness center on their campus. the space was once part of the attendance office, but it's now been transformed into a quiet and calming refuge. staff members are available to help connect students to resources, including a mental health professional if needed. >> start realizing that other people are going through the same thing, and that feeling of being alone kind of goes away a little bit. >> using money from a state grant, the center opened in august and has since served more than 450 students. and a reminder, go to abc7news.com/take action. there you'll find links to local resources on bullying and school safety. we also have links to connect you directly with your local
lawmakers. >> abc7 news is committed to building a better bay area which includes finding possible solutions for homelessness. today a san francisco judge did not rule on a motion to stop construction of a homeless navigation center on the waterfront. the neighborhood group safe embarcadero for all has opposed the building. last month it filed a new motion saying the city failed to get necessary approval from the state lands commission. >> we don't think that the state lands commission is going to agree with the city on this. the city is leasing waterfront, san francisco bay front property for 79 cents a-square-foot. it's supposed to be spending that money for the benefit of the general public. >> the group says the city should have to go back to square one. there are currently five navigation centers. the location on the embarcadero would be the sixth one to open. a big hurdle in the way of the oakland a's buying their old coliseum home has now officially been cleared. today the city of oakland dropped its lawsuit that could have blocked the acquisition.
insiders say that lawsuit clouded the a's' plans to develop the coliseum site, and that the team needs that redevelopment project to make a new ballpark at howard terminal more economically viable. more on all of this now from abc7 news anchor eric thomas. >> this is a great sign for a's fans and for oaklanders. >> reporter: oakland mayor libby schaaf saying the future looks bright after the city withdrw the lawsuit that stood in the way of the a's buying the column. >> so we're really excited that we're putting that behind us so we can transact with the county and move forward with our deal on the coliseum. >> the coliseum is on the other hand jointly by oakland and alameda county. the a's want to buy the 155-acre site and redevelop it into an entertainment and sports complex while building a new stadium for the team at the howard street terminal on the city's waterfront. the a's already had a deal with the county to buy their half for $85 million. that's when oakland sued the county to block it, forcing the team to sweeten its deal. >> i think we reemphasize that
we're going have community benefits, affordable housing, local hire. all the key things that we're also bringing to the howard street terminal project. >> we're really encouraged that the a's have suffered the city the same deal that they offered the county. however, our interests could be a little different. and so that will be the process of negotiations. >> now attention turns to what the a's want to do with the coliseum property. the team has a plan, but not everybody is crazy about it. vice mayor larry reed's district includes the coliseum. he says he and his constituents support a new stadium to keep the team in town, but -- >> they would prefer for the a's to build their baseball only stadium at the existing coliseum. >> the team expects to conclude a sale with the county before year's end, and a deal with the city next year. in oakland, eric thomas, abc7 news. elected leaders join neighbors and long-time customers in demanding that a long-time cafe stay open despite getting an eviction notice from san francisco.
>> stay cafe! >> a rally took place outside cafe sapori at lombard and taylor streets. they served customers in the same location for 23 years, but now it's been told to get out by the end of next month. caffe sapore's owner believes the community will lose if he is forced to move. >> lots of place for neighborhoods age zero to over 100 and space where everyone is welcome. we have watched you grow up, celebrated milestones. >> the landlord has not commented on the pending eviction. well, as you no doubt noticed, a big change today from the unseasonably sunny warm weather we've been enjoying for the past several weeks. >> there was rain or drizzle or whatever you really want to call it with some kind of moisture coming from the sky around parts of the bay area. this is video from orinda, taken just after 1:00 this morning. >> abc7 news reporter cornell bernard tweeted this video from berkeley hours later. let's hear from the expert now,
abc7 news weather anchor spencer christian. >> it was very light rain. just a couple hundreds of an inch light rain. right now we have lingering clouds, and even in those clouds there is a threat of some more drizzle. here is a live view from our exploratorium camera look back. temperature readings mainly in the mid- to upper 50s. here is a view of the golden gate where we have clouds not long ago, but there is a little bit of scattering in the clouds right now. look at this. 5:00 tomorrow morning as the morning commute gets under way. we are projecting a few patches of light rain or drizzle approaching the coastline. so will it rain or will it shine tomorrow? i'll have the full forecast coming up in a few minutes. dan and ama? >> thank you so much, spencer. well, we desperately wanted rain last month. certainly when the kincade fire sparked in sonoma county. >> last week firefighters had it fully contained. and tonight they and other first responders are being honored with beer. next, we're live at the place
happening now, a chance to raise a glass for a good cause. >> yeah, a north bay brewery is hosting a fundraiser with proceeds benefitting the first responders who fought so hard during the kincade fire last month. >> joining us live from the tap room at willingita's in petaluma. good evening. >> good evening. finally, i'm going say this. something good to come out of the kincade fire. you're looking at it right here. all these people are here to raise money for first responders, the people who come in and help the people who need the help at the time. it is a nonprofit called first responder resilience. they train first responders to deal with the process of what they see and what they deal with every day. it is a stressful tisun ferran
responder resiliency. she talked to us about the ptsd symptoms they suffer. >> but for some folks, it can be everything from recurring nightmares, sleep deprivation, they can't sleep at night. some will turn to substance abuse. just high stress behavior. so trouble calming down. just having any peace. the big problem, honestly, is that we have an increased rate of organ cancer, strokes, heart attack, divorce and suicide. >> so this is an opportunity, says susan, to take care of the people who take care of us when we need it. over here, the admission. it's $10 a suggested entry fee if you get. in then you get to buy some beer from a dedicated tap that raises money. that goes to the cause as well. basically, it's a win-win for everyone. live in petaluma, wayne friedman, abc7 news. >> wayne, they pulled this event together pretty fast. how did they do that?
>> oh, it's pretty good, actually. walk over here with us. behind me, this is an auction table. and there are some 50 items here, dan, and they've come from businesses in sonoma county who just got together and donated stuff, everything from beer to wine to jewelry, even some neon signs. and they did it fast. i think the key here is that sonoma county has been through this before. sonoma county knows how to take care of its own. >> so true, wayne. well said. thank you very much. abc7 and our parent company disney are giving $15,000 to five bay area food banks this holiday season to help them serve the community. >> yes so proud to do it. this morning abc7 news anchor kumasi aaron presented the sf food bank with a $15,000 check to buy fresh produce. >> in san francisco and marin, one in four neighbors is at risk of hunger. yes, the food bank serves 30,000 households every week. >> in an expensive place like
the bay area, struggling is what a lot of people have to do to have a regular meal. you don't want a family, say, at christmas time to have to make a choice between getting presents and providing a meal. >> no one should make that choice. the food bank also got a big donation from foster farms today. 800 turkeys to feed more than 16,000 people. good work. >> we got to keep it going. and all throughout the year. >> that's true. we always think about it during the holidays. but really, the need is great all year long. >> it's feeling a little like the holidays today. finally. >> spencer? >> these last two days have given us a bit of a cooldown, a cooling break from the unusually warm weather that has dominated up until now. here is a look at doppler 7. lots of clouds around, mid level, low clouds, high clouds. there is moisture lurking out there. right now much of the bay area is getting a very light onshore breeze. and it's bringing some of that cool marine air in and moisture in our direction. once again a view from the abc7
exploratorium camera. pier 15 on the embarcadero in san francisco looking back at the skyline. you can see the cloud layer there. it's 5 in san francisco. 59 at oakland and redwood city. 61 at san jose and 54 at gilroy and half moon bay. and the view at the golden gate looks pretty good as well. not long oohed we did have some lingering clouds there. they'll probably return overnight. it's 54 degrees right now at santa rosa. we've got 57 at petaluma, napa, fairfield and livermore and 59 at concord. here is a few from our rooftop camera looking down on to the embarcadero. and these are forecast features. it will be cloudy with spotty drizzle through the night and the early morning hours. mostly sunny skies will prevail in the afternoon. and a warming trend system cog our way this weekend. november warmth will make a return visit. forecast animation starting at 7:00 this evening. notice a little line of moisture is likely to be moving on to the peninsula, at least down to the santa cruz mountains. but it will be disappear or dissipate quickly. then as we get into the early
morning hours, notice a little trail of light showers offshore moving toward the coastline. so 5:00 tomorrow morning, as the commute gets under way, we may see some spotty drizzle here and there. but it's not expected to last very long or be very widespread at all. by midday, we'll see clearing across the entire region. overnight look for low temperatures under cloudy skies and possibly with some spotty drizzle. low temperatures mainly in the upper 40s to low 50s. and then tomorrow's high temperatures will range from about 61 at half moon bay to mid-60s generally right around the bay shoreline. and upper 60s to near 70 in our inland areas. now looking ahead through saturday, we can expect a bit of a warm-up, especially inland, where we'll see some mid- to upper 70s. not much change on the coast and around the bay shoreline on saturday. but all areas will be a bit warmer on sunday with high temperatures inland approaching 80 degrees, and we'll see some 70s around the bay shoreline. mid-60s on the coast. pretty much the same range of temperatures expected on monday. so here is the accuweather
seven-day forecast. we have a very mild weekend and beyond if you count monday coming our way. very mild day fall day in fact on monday. and then on tuesday, wednesday we can expect an increase in clouds. it will start to turn cooler. in fact sharply cooler from monday to tuesday and wednesday. closer to average conditions on thursday. but even with the drop in temperatures and the increase in clouds, we are not looking at much of a probability rainfall next week, not at all. so still needing rain. >> i can't believe we're still seeing 80 on there. >> right? this time of year. this was it today for the rain. >> this is it until maybe some spotty drizzle, some sprizzle tomorrow. >> spotty drizzle, sprizzle, there you go. what will it take to send americans back to the vice president mike pence got a look today while in the bay area, and we got to tag along for the tour. and a reminder, the impeachment hearings surrounding president trump resume tomorrow morning, and abc w ♪ ♪
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to achieve that goal. >> the vice president's visit appeared to be a show of support for hard-working scientists and engineers at nasa ames, working to return american astronauts to the moon in five years. he toured labs where they test materials to shield astronauts from 3,000 degree heat on reentry to earth's atmosphere. >> it must work. a failure of the heat shield means a failure of the mission and the loss of the crew or cargo. so we go to great lengths to verify that the heat shield is going to work. >> he also checked out the world's largest vertical motion flight simulator that gives astronauts training on how to navigate or land on the moon. pence is chair of the president's national space council. he also has ambitious goals. >> before spring arrives next year, we're going to send american astronauts on american rockets from american soil back into space. >> nasa's artemis program aims to put the first woman and a machine on the moon in 2024. >> for us to take the next big leap towards mars, you here at
ames are going to be a critical part of helping us develop the technologies to live on the moon, not for days, but for months and even years. we'll learn how to make use of all the resources the moon has to offer. >> a special guest was 82-year-old cara babco, commander of the space shuttle discovery. he said nasa's moon mission is building on years of experience. >> there were 135 shuttle flights, of which i flew three. we have a lotto more capability and we did then. >> the vice president promising they'll get the funding they need. >> the vice president got everybody fired up. and now everybody here at nasa ames has to deliver. at nasa ames, david louie, abc7 news. there is a new candidate in the already crowded democratic presidential field. >> the character of the candidates is an issue in every election, this time is about the character of the country. >> former massachusetts governor deval patrick announced his candidacy in this video you're
seeing. he becomes the 18th candidate running for the democratic nomination. nine have already ended their campaigns. now this sunday abc7 will air a democratic presidential candidate forum. five candidates, bernie sanders, pete buttigieg, kamala harris, tom steyer and julian castro will be questioned by a panel of journalists including lyanne melendez. you can watch the forum sunday at 10:30 a.m. right here on abc7. >> tune in for that. new at 6:00, the abc7 news i-team digs into the epidemic of vaping. >> we will look at the deaths,
you can find it in the vitamin aisle in stores everywhere. prevagen. healthier brain. better life. now news to build a better bay area from abc7. >> thousands of lung injury cases and dozens of deaths, including four right here in california. one in the bay area have been associated with vaping. >> vaping is the heating up of cannabis or nicotine extracted from tobacco, creating a water vapor that you can inhale. >> abc7 news i-team reporter
melanie woodrow is digging into why people are getting sick now. >> vaping has been around future a number of years, but investigators say something changed this summer, making people sick. despite the cdc's recommendation that people stop vaping, a lot of people are still doing it. tonight what you need to know if you're one of them. ♪ steven calls himself a deadhead. here he is in the '70s with the quintessential long hair, which he grew out after military school. it was there in the late '60s he discovered pot. >> i was a regular consumer of whatever it was that we used to smoke back then. >> reporter: he later switched to vaping. >> vaping is a 21st century phenomenon. >> san francisco journalist has been on the cannabis beat nine years. >> vaping took over because people wanted to make healthier choices about consuming cannabis and not smoking. >> but that choice now appears to be producing dire consequences for some vapors. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, as of november 13th, there have
been more than 2,000 e-cigarette or product use associated with lung injury cases. 42 people have died, including four right here in california, one of the four in marin county. >> so we saw a perfect storm this summer. >> downs believes that perfect storm was a combination of a decrease in the price point for cannabis due to legalization and a decrease in the cannabis supply in the elicit market, encouraging non-licensed manufacturers of cannabis oil to dilute their product more and more, therefore stretching their profits. downs says consumers caught on and started performing what he calls the bubble test, associating the thickness or the viscosity of thc oil with purity. if the bubble didn't move, consumers would think their product hadn't been diluted. >> black market cutters and chemists responded by coming up with an additive that can cut thc oil while still making it thick. >> vitamin e acetate is one of
those additives. they found vitamin e acetate in all 29 samples, and thc in 23 samples. the cdc says the findings do not rule out other possible compounds that may be causing lung injuries, but help investigators better understand the potential ingredients that may be contributing to the cause. according to the cdc, no one compound or ingredient has emerged as the cause of illnesses to date, a point echoed by the california department of public health. >> the challenge with the multiple patterns of lung jere merging is that it suggests that there are likely multiple mechanisms of injury and/or multiple different chemicals that could be the culprit. >> laboratories in san francisco are one of the state's licensed cannabis testing laboratories. employees here homogenize samples, making sure they're even, random and representative, then test the samples according to state regulations. here is what they're looking for. >> potency, pesticides,
microbial contaminants, heavy metals, really just everything to make sure there no contaminants and the potency on the label is in the product. >> if a cannabis product doesn't pass the test, the state requires that it's reprocessed or destroyed. inresco labs california doesn't require vitamin e testing. of more than 200 cartridges from licensed manufacturers tested, none had significant concentrations of vitamin e acetate. of 11 illicit market cartridges tested, five had vitamin e acetate concentrations of 34 to 48%, and all 11 failed california's pesticide residue tests. >> we were baffled. how could this be happening? >> reporter: ucsf medical toxicologist dr. neil bennett has been studying at what happens when vitamin e acetate is heated at different levels to see if it's broken down into something toxic.
his feelings about vitamin e acetate and other oil. >> they're healthy if you eat them or put them on your skin, but they're not healthy if you heat them up and inhale them. when it's inhaled basically it forms a thick cloud of oily assistance, it guess into your lungs and gets absorbed slowly. basically, it can coat your lungs with an oil. >> two findings stand out linked to the e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury cases. first, htc is present in most of the samples tested by the fda to date. and second, products specifically containing thc off the state were from other ninfo sources are linked to most of the cases. the labs' director of cannabis services says there are ways to know if you purchased an elicit product online. beware of any sort of marketing to children, or suspicious use of trademarked property like this flintstones logo. also watch out for claims on the
packaging the product is organic. there is no organic designation in cannabis at this time. some packaging looks especially convincing because it's a fake of a real licensed brand, complete with the california sticker, potency label, even batch number. >> we can pretty much buy any packaging, any labels in branding from any of the vape manufacturers online right now. have them shipped to your house and fill it with whatever oil you like, which is pretty scary. >> that's why some licensed manufacturers like rove are now putting qr codes on their products. users can scan the code with their cell phone to verify they have an authentic product from a licensed retailer. despite e-cigarette and vaping product use associated lung injuries and deaths, along with the unknown of what specifically is causing both, steven schaub says he'll continue vaping daily. >> take a hit or two and turn on the music. >> but says he will only buy regulated products from licensed retailers. the cdc recommends that you do not use e-cigarette or vaping
products that contain thc, particularly those purchased off the street. for the i-team, melanie woodrow, abc7 news. >> a lot of good information there. kaiser today announced a weekend event to honor the life of ceo bernard tyson who passed away unexpectedly this past sunday. tyson spent more than 30 years at kaiser and helped build the nation into the nation's largest nonprofit provider. he leaves behind a wife and three sons. tyson was 60 years old. this sunday there is a celebration of life that is open to the public. it runs from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. well, new at 6:00, an improved laser eye surgery that could sharpen your vision better than 2020. >> we'll explain the risks, the rewards and who is performing the procedure here in the bay area. how to get a deal on the new streaming service disney plus.
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vertical trails in the blink of an eye. but with his impaired eyesight and contact lenses, that can be a dangerous problem. >> going into a big drop off a cliff, and the contacts had shifted. so everything was kind of out of focus. so i had to blink to try to get them back into place. >> blink, blink, blink. >> but now tyler is hoping to lose his contact lenses and possibly compete with eyesight even sharper than 2020. the process begins with an incredibly precise mapping system that will generate thousands of data points on the surface of his eye. >> 22,000 data points from the surface of the eye that's maybe less than half an inch in diameter. >> the doctor says that high resolution map is fed directly into a laser surgery system called contoura vision, which will correct multiple issues with tyler's eyesight beyond his nearsightedness and astigmatism. >> other small imperfections in the cornea.
>> she says the layman could think of them as microscopic bumps on the surface of the eye. but in a laser procedure, the doctor will smooth those irregularities while also correcting the larger issues. >> it looks really great. >> using the data rich mapping, the laser treats one eye and then the other, offering potential results beyond 20/20 vision. >> the possibility that he will see better than he did with glasses and contact lenses. >> and in less than an hour, tyler is ready to begin a recovery that could ultimately change his competitive edge. >> being able to kick the contacts and the glasses i think will only help me. hopefully prolong my career. >> it's remarkable. laser eye surgery continues to advance now even beyond 2020 vision potential. >> that's incredible. more clouds than sun in the sky today. tonight can you see stars? >> spencer has the weather forecast for the weekend. that's next. and we are just days away from our building a better bay
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some bay area puppies that are training to be guide dogs are joining the disney family. their journey is the subject of a new docuseries called "pick of the litter" premiering on disney plus next month. look at those! the series is based on the 2018 award winning film with the same name. guide dogs for the blind in san rafael says the series documents the ups and downs of the training process. >> that's great. >> they are so important. >> critical. the disney plus launch has been a huge success with more than ten million consumers, maybe you, signing up for this video streaming service. >> michael finney has been look agent the pricing and joins us with how you can get the service at a discount, or maybe even free? >> that's what i'm all about. it's what i'm all about. now look, every review i've seen says disylus i a great deal at $6.99 a month. but what if you could get it even cheaper? maybe free? well, the front page of disney
plus.com explains the service, and it has a little blue box that says start free trial. so that's where we're going to start. you can sign up and check out the service for free for seven days. so that gives you some time to spend some quality time with disney plus. and if you decide it is not for you, you cancel your subscription and you won't pay a dime. now if you need more time to decide, head on over to verizon. the wireless and internet giant is offering a free first year subscription of disney plus to its customers who have unlimited wireless service or home internet from verizon. now if you have either, you just sign up. it's no problem. it's quick. it's easy. if you don't have either of those, you can switch to the service and then get the deal. now if you're in the market for a tv, lg is offering free disney plus to those who purchase certain tv sets. some get a year of service for free. others six months. now you must buy the tv during a
certain period basically between now and early february. there are rules and paperwork. they're not odorou onerous, but need to read them before you buy. and finely, back to the disney website. it says and most people understand the service is $6.99 a month. it is. if you sign up for a year, you get two months for free bringing your cost to less than $6 a month. you can also bundle disney plus with hulu and espn plus. total cost $12.99 a month. that is five bucks off. now if you need more information, we have a guide on our website that explains everything. also, as a reminder, disney is the parent company of abc7 news. >> your classic, even $6.99. >> we'll slash the prices. >> thanks, michael. >> sure. all right. let's get one last check on our weather this evening. >> spencer christian is back with that. >> this is not classic, but it's what we have. look at live doppler 7 where we
have lots of clouds tonight. moisture moving in our direction. offshore at the moment. but we may see some spotty drizzle, mainly near the coast. although farther north around lakeport and ukiah there could be spotty, maybe more than drizzle. maybe light rain overnight. generally in the bay area, look for low temperatures on the cloudy skies and the upper 40s to low 50s. by tomorrow, by afternoon, you'll have mainly sunny skies with highs from low 60s a the coast to mid-60s around the bay shoreline to upper 60s inland. and here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. big warm-up coming our way beginning on saturday. sunday, monday inland highs will be near 80 degrees. low 70s around the bay. mid 60s on the coast. and temperatures will drop off sharply next tuesday. but even though we've got clouds and cooler weather next week, midweek we're not expecting any rain. hoping but not seeing it yet in the forecast. >> we will still help, though. thank you, spencer. >> a lot going on in the giants locker room. >> absolutely. larry is here. >> changes. changes. one giants pitcher has already
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million. he is now a free agent. bumgarner has been the backbone of the giants franchise over the past ten years. his resume, three world series titles, he was epic back in twoy2014 as the world series mvp. the giants had the opportunity to trade bum good afternooner at the trade deadline. they were hoping to make play-off charge. that didn't quite work out. as he signs elsewhere as expected, the giants would receive a draft pick in return. keep your eye on the braves. will smith also declined his qualifying offer today. the he did sign a three-year, $39 million contract with the atlanta braves. smith saved 48 games over the past two seasons, emerging as the giants' closer. what's odd here, despite the size of smith's contract, the braves apparently plan to continue with mark melancon as their closer. we'll see what happens once the season begins and maybe they make changes. the mvp awards announced today. semien came in third. 33 homers. but the award once again goes to
mike trout. it's trout's third mvp award. he trails only barry bonds for most career mvps, and barry won seven of them. trout with a career high 45 homers led the majors in on-base percentage. far and away the best in the game. missed the final 19 games with an injury, but voters did not hold that against him. dodgers center fielder cody bellinger won the national league mvp award. hit .305, 47 bombs. beat out christian yelich for the top honor. he joins jackie robinson and don newcombe as the only dodger in history to be rookie of the year and mvp. that is pretty good company. to the nfl and the 49ers host arizona on sunday. the question is whether george kittle and emanuel sanders will be able to play in that game, both dealing with injuries. they did not practice today. now, before we look ahead, got to look back at the monday night game. 1:50 to play. they threw incomplete passes.
ended up having to punt, and saw the seahawks win the game with a field goal. now many would argue you should at least run the ball once and take 40 seconds off the clock. you can't lose the game in that situation. well, today richard sherman was asked if he thinks the niners should just run out the clock and accepted the tie. >> that's coming from people who don't know ball. being honest. you get to the point where you got armchair quarterbacks, armchair gms, armchair coaches, oh, man, i would have done this. that's why you're sitting on the couch and not in this sport as a professional. you have people who don't do this for a living talking about what they would do. it's cool for social media chatter. but as people who play the game and who put the sacrifice in and go out and lay their bodies on the ou don't play for a time. >> was he talking about me there? he didn't mention guys wearing makeup. anyway, raiders 5-4. in contention for play-offs. they could win the afc west on sunday. they host the 0-9 bengals.
that's the closest thing to a guaranteed win. don't tell that to jon gruden. >> this is pro sports. this is the national football league. i don't really care about anybody's record. we got a lot to prove. we got to keep getting better and keep working hard. and hopefully we can find a which to win another game. >> i lost my first ten games of my career. and thankful i'm still many this league for that, you know what i mean? but you just keep -- you keep working hard. and you don't worry about what anybody says. >> college hoops. san jose state taking on number 19 arizona. sparty hit one three in the first half. and there it is. richard washington ties it at 8. ralph agee. hanging in there against arizona. 19th rated team in the country. arizona kind of wakes up here. zeke naji, 12 in the first half, finished with 26. arizona closing, 87-39.
abc7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. i would argue with richard sherman, you can't just throw three incomplete passes, don't take any time off the clock and win the game. it's arguable. >> thanks, larry. join us tonight for abc7 news at 11:00. >> i'm amanda del castillo in san jose. residents living near downtown say they want something done. they say a bicycle chop shop run by homeless people is growing, so they have growing concern that story at 11:00. old dogs, new tricks. why researchers are seeking 10,000 furry volunteers. and coming up tonight on abc7 at 8:00, it's "grey's anatomy." then at 9:00, "a million little things" followed with "how to get away with murder." and stay with us for abc7 news at 11:00. >> jimmy kimmel live comes on at 11:35. >> that is this edition of abc7 news. look for breaking news with the news app. we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm ama daetz. for all of us here, thanks for joining us.
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