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announcer: building a better bay area. moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. >> it is a dry start today, that the bay area is ready for rain. we are tracking how the weather will impact your sunday. the, everybody. you're watching abc 7 news. i'm liz kreutz. let's start with a look at the weather with the sergeant. this is very welcome. -- lisa arjun. this is very welcome. lisa: we have an interesting week ahead of us. we are looking at clear sky and the winds are ramping up. we are going to see the winds rampe temperatures comeow tn aives ln. most of the energy going to the pacific northwest, but we are
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still looking at a one on our showers visiting us under a tent of an inch, but it will be breezy and we have a look at the winds already from mount tam to south -- to mount st. helena. sunny, dry, but but but increasing winds, and a few showers by 4:00. we will time enough for you and talk -- and talk about the week ahead. liz: any in the bay area are ready to greet the first rains of the season with open arms after a spring and summer of epic drought conditions. fire crews hope the precipitation gives them a break. cornell barnard shows us how residents are getting ready in the north bay. cornell: it is a sunny day for pickle ball. rain is coming, but these players say, bring it on. >> the rain will not deter these people.
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cornell: our dry weather pattern is changing. >> two atmospheric rivers for northern california. cornell: it could bring some relief for our drought. dry grass is everywhere, and so is the threat of fire. sky phi was over this fire. luckily, no homes were lost. crews at cal santa rosa were watching the weather, hoping for a break from a busy wildfire summer. >> it is looking really good. all of the weather forecasting is looking really good. it should give us a little bit of reprieve. cornell: the rain is welcome, but the chief says fire season is far from over. >> we need to remain vigilant and prepare for after the rain comes through. >> it could rain salad through the week, i would be happy. cornell: john came to ace hardware with hopes of saving every drop of rain. >> is going to be used to
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capture rainwater into a rain barrel so we can use that water for watering the garden. cornell: this story was busy with people ready to weather proof. don't forget the sandbags. member these? still the best way to keep water away from your house. >> we have rain boots for people to come in. cornell: alejandro diaz says the stores are stocked. >> just trying to get prepared and make sure we have enough for everyone. cornell: by the way, in case you forgot, this is what rain looks like. we can't wait to see it again very soon. cornell barnard, abc 7 news. liz: you can always check doppler seven and the radar conditions where you live on our news app. it is free to download. just search abc 7 news bay area. the evacuation order for a wildfire has been downgraded, allowing people in santa cruz county to return to their homes.
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the estrada fire has burned over 148 acres. crews were doing a burn at estrada ranch on friday when some of the embers jumped the containment line and started another fire. the fire is northeast of carlito's, and nearly 300 people were told to evacuate. calfire canceled another controlled burn yesterday for pescadero. activists in the family of an oakland man killed by the fbi are demanding answers. [chanting] outside of oakland city hall yesterday. jonathan cortez was shot and killed last month as an fbi agent tried to serve a warrant. fbi agent says cortez pulled a gun. his family says they were being profiled and an fbi agent showed up at the funeral. in an interview last week the fbi denied the allegations.
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children will be at the center of a statewide protest tomorrow. calls are going out on social media for parents to keep their kids home from school. this is their way to protest governor gavin newsom's covid vaccine mandate for schoolchildren. laura anthony has the story from the east bay. laura: the plan is to speak up by not showing up. according to various social media posts by those organizing a campaign to keep their kids home from school monday. >> we know that if our children stay home from school that that will impact, you know, the funding schools get for that day. and we want them to know that we are serious about not being forced to vaccinate our children. laura: california schoolchildren will be required to get the covid-19 vaccine once it is fully approved. enforcement could begin as early as january, but not likely until
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july. >> typically sign an agreement with most public schools in any school district that your child would be vaccinated, and there is typically a list of vaccinations that you are required to have. >> it disappoints me that people are continuing not to take this -- the vaccine -- seriously. as a parent your responsibility is to make sure your child is in a safe school setting. >> please realize this vaccine is not a slamdunk. you can still get the disease, you can still pass the disease. laura: at this .85% of residents have received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. it is a reality the governor credits with getting a's -- getting his estate to the lowest case rate in the country. liz: on the peninsula, san mateo county offered an incentive to get people vaccinated.
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the first 30 people to get a dose at l air elementary received target gift cards. people could choose between the pfizer and j&j shot. pfizer boosters were also available. the county says it is working to increase vaccination rates among the latino population. >> i think it is important. in our community there is a lot of stigma, a lot of myths about covid. at the end of the day this is the safest way that our community continues growing and being healthy, is by taking this vaccine. liz: currently 67% of san mateo county's latino population is vaccinated. thousands of people flocked to downtown san jose for the sharks' season opener. yesterday was the first time since march 2020 that there was no capacity limit. vans needed to be fully vaccinated or sure proof of a test.
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>> there is a lot of that's great, you know? >> we had everyone come earlier, and we have extra support staff as well. >> we hope this go -- keeps going for the rest of the year. liz: the big boosters when office workers start returning. they say right now only about 20% of offices are back in person. a tribute to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the oakland hills fire storm. it will be a picnic with a tribute. in 1991 the fire burned more than 1500 acres and destroyed 3000 structures. it is the third deadliest wildfire in california history. today's event runs from 11:00 to 3:00 at like to mexico in oakland. -- lake to masco in oakland. also today, it is the return of san franciso's sunday streets. today is phoenix day. it features historic routes and
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pop-ups. here is a list of the locations where cars are not going to be allowed. each location will have different activities, including live music, dance performances, art exhibits, plus a lot more. sunday streets runs from noon to 5:00 p.m. today. lisa, it might be chillier than yesterday. lisa: the breeze is already picking up. san francisco, hard-pressed to see a whole lot of sun today. late day rain, pretty much across the board. we will talk about it and more rain to come for the week ahead,. liz: also, there is a new moral in san francisco for the man who offered hope to those living with hiv. and a major deal with a hollywood ending. the show will go on and workers people everywhere living with type 2 diabetes are waking up to what's possible with rybelsus®. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪
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shot three deputies, killing one of them. deputies were working at a nightclub yesterday morning. they responded to a possible robbery outside, and while arresting a suspect second suspect open fire with an assault rifle. kareem atkins diet. the 30-year-old leaves behind a wife and baby. >> what happened tonight was evil. now the good is going to sweep in. >> being a cop today is one heck of a a lot harder than it has ever been. the families of the fallen, you have suffered enormous loss. liz: a procession was held for the fallen officer. also developing, a group of 17 u.s. religious missionaries, including three minors, have been kidnapped in haiti. an ohio-based group confirmed that the missionaries are affiliated with it, and say they were on their way home from building an orphanage when they
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were taken by a armed gang. this comes as the country is dealing with a spike in kidnappings. threatening text messages during the january 6 insurrection. prosecutors accused robert lemke of sending messages to the relative of a journalist, saying the journalist's words were putting their family risk. they say he targeted dozens of people from shortly after the elections up until january. his plea agreement recommends he spends 15 to 21 months in prison. jury selection begins tomorrow in georgia for the trial of three men charged the murder of ahmaud arbery. arbery was killed in february 2020. gregory and travis mcmichael and william brian claimed aubrey was a burglary suspect. they said they were conducting a citizens aesyesterday dozens gan front of a courthouse to call for ste ead of the trial.
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convicted murderer robert durst is in the hospital with covid. first was sent his -- was sentenced to life in prison for killing his friend, susan berman. his lawyer said he was very sick. prosecutors have indicated they plan to file charges against durst for the disappearance of his wife. he was accused and convicted of killing berman to cover up the crime. durst's lawyers say he is going to appeal. a new deal has been agreed to by tv production workers in hollywood. the contract still needs to be read -- be ratified by the union's members. the union president says it addresses core issues, including a livable wage and contributions to health and pension benefit -- benefits. the strike would've been the first and the union's history. attribute stands at the national a memorial in golden gate park
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and memory of the first person to be cured of hiv. 2 -- he was initially known as a the berlin patient. their teen years ago he underwent an experimental stem cell transplant from a donor who is immune to hiv. doctors say it was a success. brown's partner attended the dedication. >> it is a loving tribute to timothy. he was a very sweet and kind hearted person who wanted everybody to be cured. liz: brown became an international inspiration. he died last year at the age of 54 of leukemia. all right, lisa. the big news this week is, of course, the rain. lisa: this system, really not a big deal, but the ones behind the system certainly show promise to bring us more rain, and in fact by next weekend we are talking about several waves
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of rain that will have headed our way throughout the work week. here is a live look at doppler seven. notice the activity in the northwest. we are clear right now. up or elevation wines are gusty, -- wines -- winds are gusty. 49 in danville with temperatures in the mid-50's. 42 with clear skies in santa rosa. emeryville, cool and breezy, showers later. by tuesday night into wednesday, looking at more rain, then more by the end of the week. these systems are stacked up in the pacific, and it looks like we are going to be the recipients. today we will be dry, and by the afternoon we are looking at scattered, light showers. breezy to gusty winds.
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here we are under cloudy skies, then the clouds been out. the bulk of the day is dry, but here comes the front. 1:00, pushing into the north bay. 3:00 we get some rain in santa rosa, and by 4:00 look for it to push through southern marin, san francisco. by 5:00, showers into the east bay. see the peninsula getting what i the dinner hours. 6:00, may be a few light showers into santa cruz. dry conditions on monday, between now and then picking up anywhere between .12 .12 .12 .12 hundreds. there is oil on the roadway, and this is turned into a winter weather advisory. a couple of inches at lake level at 5500 feet, and above 5500 feet, 2-6 inches of snow. locally, up to 12 inches.
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certainly looking forward to that, travel impacts, no doubt. this is the system on wednesday. we have one later today, then overnight into wednesday looking at another system bringing sierra snow. it looks like a break behind that, but as we get closer to the weekend, more energy to the north. this is sunday. as you will notice, the heavy rain in the pacific northwest, but it slipped south and we look wet into next weekend. but today that level 1 system coming later today. low 60's, san francisco. some sun and the east bay, but much cooler, oakland. look for 70 in concord. the seven day forecast, we get a break, but it will be cool tomorrow. up her 60's and our warmest locations. tuesday looks to be the nicest day of the week. our next weather maker coming in
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on wednesday, then a few showers late friday. looking at another system next saturday. this is all before halloween, so pretty impressive for october, considering our back-to-back dry years. liz: this is good news. thank you. tracking fire responses have been focuses of the nation's space agency. nasa is tapping at satellites and tech expertise to address its latest mission -- climate change. david louis got an inside look at its newest projects. david: a shift over 10 years in the making comes at a pivotal time for nasa as climate change redefines its mission. the agency's top two administrators, bill nelson, and former astronaut pam miller right, believe matt -- believe nasa will make a difference in monitoring wildfires. >> nasa is the eyes in the sky right now.
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the satellites we have an orbit 24/7 are giving us the information that decision-makers need about the changes in our planet. david: our your responses have become critical as well. but as more aircraft and drones launch, nasa is trying to address the need for more air traffic control systems, even when gps is lost. the congresswoman who represents silicon valley reacted to the briefing. >> this demonstration and what is being worked on with the u.s. fire service, with calfire, is nothing short of extraordinary. david: nasa hardware and software are also monitoring drought. if you are also an airline passenger there is good news. have you ever been stuck on an airplane, waiting to depart? nasa ames showed off a simulator that manages gate departures so they don't end up burning fuel. his -- it is designed to keep
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airplanes in motion. >> pushback from the gate, onto the ramp, onto the taxiway, take off, not stopping. think how much fuel you safe. david: it is a new nasa for which moonshot projects have a climate change focus. david louis, abc 7 news. ♪ liz: just ahead, there is nothing quite like the sound of a final record. how latina djs are keeping the stories of their childhood alive through music. i'm susan and i'm 52 and i live in san francisco, california. i have been a sales and sales management professional my whole career. typical day during a work week is i'm working but first always going for a run or going to the gym. i love reading. i love cooking healthy. it's super important to me. i was noticing that i was just having some memory loss. it was really bothering me. so i tried prevagen and it started to work for me.
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♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. ♪ celebration of culture has brought a community together. the day on the bay festival returned yesterday. people gathered at the marina county park to check out
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cultural performances. the event featured about 40 boots to help connect people to social services. it included a covid vaccine clinic. as hispanic heritage month wraps up we are introducing you to a group of latina djs dedicated to keeping traditions alive via music. luz pena has the story of the bay area chapter. luz: growing up latino means growing up to a common beat. >> on the weekends i would remember waking up and my mom was already playing. she was already cleaning, she was already cooking. it was a part of everyday life at home. >> every sunday when i was at my grandpa's house it was us was teaching me how to dance. luz: the music transports
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latinos to their childhood, reminds them of home. >> in playing the songs it feels like they are there. it feels like i am at a birthday party. luz: these memories which shape their lives as daughters of mexican immigrants. they saw the need to preserve their parents' culture. >> it is a part of me. being able to share music in spanish or part of my culture is -- it feels like an extension. >> family is very much a part of who we are as people. >> you are 100% proud chicano? what's that's right. luz: when they spin vinyl, they walk into a purpose. they are latinx djs, with chapters in seven cities across the country. >> we are brown and proud to play these records and hold it down, you know? as women, and be a force to
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reckon with. luz: their parents rick -- introduced him to the first records, and now they are witnessing how their daughters are sharing their music with america. >> they came up from l.a. and so me dj, and i think they were stunned. we go to this one place and they know you. they have been there for those moments. >> and your parents are like, this is my daughter? >> it makes me proud they feel so proud. luz: her mom is now buying vinyl for her shows. the collection includes records passed on by her family. >> i would say there is over 200, for sure. luz: her mom goes on stage with her. >> my mom comes to all of my gigs, almost all of them, even if she works the next day. she wants to be there with me, and sometimes she will bring her own records and be like, can i throw on with you? wait a second. i'm getting my groove too. >> and she djs with you? >> she definitely does at times.
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>> we bring a different vibe. the party is better with us. [laughter] >> [speaking spanish] >> exactly. >> it starts with you and ends with you. >> it is a female injury -- female energy. luz: as they go on spinning records, they are also ambassadors of latino culture. what does it mean to you to keep these traditions alive? >> i feel like it is a responsibility. luz: do you feel like you are also bringing your parents with you? >> yeah, he really does. i personally do with every set try to sneak in latin songs. >> folks know the music, they know the dances. we are continuing the tradition of the music and dance and culture. luz: the legacy, their parents
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passed on to them, and now they have made it their goal to keep those beats alive. one record at a time. >> a gift that they may be did not know they were giving to me, but that i really, really treasure. luz: in san francisco, luz pena, abc 7 news. liz: to celebrate hispanic heritage month abc 7 has also produced an hour-long special. you can stream and on abc7news.com, hulu, and our abc 7 app wherever you stream. still to come, vaccine mandate battles are heating up across the country. the nation's second-largest police department look -- bracing to lose half of its officers. less, we were hit hard by the pandemic. now they are suffering from supply
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announcer: building a better bay area.
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moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. liz: good morning, everybody. you are watching abc. we are going to start with a look at the weather. let's get back over to lisa arjun. lisa: we are tracking a light system today. first, the clouds offshore will be increasing. then the cold front visits the north bay first at 4:00 this afternoon. he was a look at the current numbers. it is clear in campbell. 47 in mountain view. this is a level 1 system. it arrives this afternoon and throughout the early evening hours. under a 10th of an inch of rain. some very breezy conditions. by 10:00 we are in the 50's. my 4:00 you can see it is raining in cloverdale. we are in the mid 60's elsewhere. at 5:00 we have showers on the peninsula. as we get to 6:00 over into the east bay, a few light showers.
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most of the activity along the coast. we will talk about several waves of rain in a few minutes. liz: covid-19 cases are down, but millions of americans remain unvaccinated. numerous cities and employers have issued vaccine mandates, but many people are still resisting the requirement. christine sloan has the details. christine: as covid case numbers continue to fall nationally, more vaccine requirements continue to go into effect. but not everyone is willing to roll up their sleeves. chicago a court battle is heating up between the city and police force. about half of which is unvaccinated. >> we have seen from the fraternal order of police and leadership a lot of misinformation, a lot of half-truths, and lies in order to induce an insurrection. christine: the city announcing those who do not get vaccinated will be placed on a no-pay
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status. the police union filing a motion to dismiss the complaint. the concern? that the department may lose hundreds of officers who are choosing not to get vaccinated. in everett, washington about 200 going employees stage a protest against the company's vaccine mandate. meantime, mask rules are now loosened in san francisco. masks no longer required in some environments if everyone is fully vaccinated, and there are not more than 100 people. >> is a nice feeling that the city decided that it is ok to take our masks off again. christine: and this week ac/dc panel will meet on recommendations for both madonia and johnson & johnson boosters. if authorized, the boosters could be out at the end of the week. christine sloan, abc news. liz: coming up, dr. anthony
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found she will talk about fixing and matching vaccines, when the u.s. will vaccinate kids, and recommendations for holiday gatherings. you can watch the interview at president bill clinton is expected to be released from the hospital today. the 75-year-old was admitted to an irvine hospital last tuesday for urinary tract infection. the former president will receive further antibiotics and his aide says clinton is in good spirits and watched football this weekend. the u.s. coast guard is investigating a large cargo ship that could be connected to the pipeline that spilled oil off the coast of huntington beach. in january and the ship was involved in an anchor-dragging incident. investigators say that during heavy weather the anchor from the ship stripped away the pipeline's casing, causing it to
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be more vulnerable. in a shocking moment, on video, the moment micron amtrak train slammed into a truck in oklahoma. thankfully everybody is all right, but the train was running friday between fort worth, texas and oklahoma city when it hit a car that was stuck on the tracks. four people on the train were injured. the truck driver was not seriously hurt. still ahead, scrambling for silverware. bay area restaurants are running low on basic necessities because of disruptions in the supply chain. and here is a live look outside, looking over the san francisco skyline. it is 5:35 on this sunday. we will check in with lisa when we come back. >> disney is celebrating halloween with a month full of tricks and treats for the family. on disney plus, hulu, and free-form celebrate 31 nights of
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halloween. on free-form with your favorite scary movies all month long. here is what you can watch today. then disney plus is scaring programs with ghoulish new originals and beautiful halloween classics. and an evil spirit is haunting hulu, with cauldrons of creepy content. enter if you dare. satisfy your halloween hunger for thrills and chills on disney plus, hulu, and free-form all month long. it is a scream. ♪
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show your world what's truly inside. ask your doctor about once-weekly trulicity. liz: shoppers could face challenges this holiday shopping season. backlogs at ports and a shortage of truck drivers are among the challenges that retailers are facing. here is philip off
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off with the details. bill: u.s. imports come through ports. cargo containers are sitting off the coast of los angeles and long beach. >> getting off of ships, onto oo trucks, those transition points are where we see gaps. >> the cost of shipping a container skyrocketing from their teen hundred dollars to more than $16,000. and taking twice as long. what took 41 days, now taking 75 days. a shortage of drivers is also complicating issues. >> the truck driving industry, a lot of them have saw other opportunities. phil:hemecan truckg associio that industry wasthat nber has increh
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retirements and not able to train new drivers because schools have closed. some larger retailers are chartering their own ships, and small businesses could be hit hard. >> this is strange for us. it is very frustrating. phil: earlier this week president biden announcing steps to fix the backlog, including having ports work around the clock and urging companies to work together. fedex and ups increasing their operations. pres. biden: their commitment to go in on 24/7 operations means businesses will get their goods on shelves faster and more reliably. phil: abc news, new york. liz: bay area restaurants are facing soaring costs and product shortages. according to the examiner owners are having hard time stocking utensils. they say things that used to take eight weeks to arrive now take five months. food prices are also on the rise. any restaurant owners are
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calling on the government to give them a financial boost to help them stay afloat. the covid-19 dealt a south -- hha never seen on it. now the players he meant toward our helping him. dustin dorsey shows us how it it goes far beyond the lines. >> a good mentor is something that can change your life forever. for former professional basketball player derek king, that person was his basketball coach, mike allen. >> saw maybe some talent that was not uncovered yet and he was willing to be patient not only on the court, but off the court mentor me. i would not be where i am today without him. dustin: as a former pro player himself, coach allen created a program to succeed both on and off the court. any of his athletes did not have to pay for his coaching. little did alan know the lessons he taught would need to be applied to his own life.
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>> 20 was rough. dustin: last year coach paul -- coach alan shepard -- suffered some of the worst losses of his life. >> it was very difficult. i started to see the challenges i was facing, that i was helping everyone else with. dealing with mental health issues, dealing with the emotional stress, dealing with depression. i never knew what it was actually like. dustin: after seeing their coach at a low point, former players and parents to created a gofundme account to get him back to doing what he loves. or the $9,000 raised so far. >> says a lot about the type of person he is and the community is gathering to help them and, you know, i'm not surprised. dustin: grateful for the help, coach allen did not want his
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story to be one of sadness. he fights through adversity every day, just like he taught his athletes. >> if i give up and one person found out, i could not live with myself. that is what drove me to keep pushing, keep driving towards my goals. dustin: a heart of a champion, no matter the loss. dustin dorsey, abc 7 news. liz: just an incredible bond. all right, lisa, let's take a look outside. lisa: it is quiet, but the winds are picking up cloudy skies entering san francisco late in the day. a pattern change today as a cold front works through the bay area. it is a weak one, but several waves of rain coming for the week ahead. stay tuned my forecast is next. liz: also next, the new look, the sharks kickoff the season by flying past the jets. this alvarez will have the hi, i'm steve and i live in austin, texas. i work as a personal assistant to the owner of a large manufacturing firm.
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liz: the sharks will be back in action tuesday night, the start of a five-game road trip. last night san jose laid their season opener against winnipeg. there is chris alvarez with the highlights. chris: good morning. the sharks are back, dropping the puck on a new season. five rookies on the roster. the fans are also back. good to see them. second period, free agent acquisition andrey -- andrew coghlan on new, sharks within one. now the power play. jasper weather, first career game and goal. 2-2. william at one making his debut, and assisting on the power play goal. sharks and front. 90 seconds later, rudolph cleans it up in front. sharks opened the season with a 4-3 victory. >> you could not ask for a much
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better way to start the season. you are right, it was a team win. we tried to play to our identity as best we could. i think everybody knows there were some nerves there at the beginning. >> i'm so happy we can play in front of our fans. they have been amazing tonight and it was a lot of fun. i don't know if it was sold out. it was a lot of fun. chris: a lot of fun, indeed. both cal and san jose played friday night. cardinals trying to get back over point 500. cowboy hats up there. tanner mckee, 45 yards, a strike to benjamin. he finds paydirt. here comes the cougars. in the second they put up 20 points. laura, 31 yards to calvin jackson junior. following a fumble, 10 yards,
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-- 20-16 cougars at the half. stanford going to sneak it in. it is a three-point game after the conversion. next possession, mickey, a little past. takes a four-point lead. while zoo on the doorstep. max, his second touchdown of the game. cougars back up in front. back we go. 37 seconds left. stanford mckee, loses the football, and washington state wednesday. stanford drops to 3-4. san jose earthquakes taking on l.a. fc. christian rang go with a pass, and danny musashi buries it. so nice we show it twice. but second half, the quakes cut the lead in half. carlos fierro, that is a goal.
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88th minute, we fast-forward, or ringo was going to get his second goal and l.a. fc wins 3-1. that is your look at sports. let's send it back to you. liz: special moment for a teenage boy. the emotional embrace was captured on camera after wesley scott scored during his homecoming football game. wes is living with down syndrome and his coach put them into the game. they wanted to give him the ball for a short run to end the game, but wes had a different plan. he sprinted 70 yards for the touchdown. >> was only supposed to run five yards, but once he saw the end zone he took off. he knew where he was supposed to go. >> he loved it, so it was something i will never forget. >> at that point i was not a football coach, you know? i was a person watching something special happen. liz: both teams surrounded wes to celebrate. his team ended up winning big,
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46-8. lisa, that gives me chills. that is so sweet. lisa: very cute. good for him. good morning, everyone. we are looking at a big pattern change. cool, breezy with clouds and a late day cold front, a weak one that will spread some showers. ella to humidity is still really dry. this hopefully will will will wl increase our relative humidity, but we also have wind. wind hopes to dry the atmosphere out. the next several days there will be other opportunities for rain, and it gets unclear as we get toward the weekend, it looks like more rain coming our way. looking at the sky right now with low 40's in the north bay for santa rosa. it is 50 in oaklandeltaoome oth h windeady allowing rt emeryvile sun not coming up until about
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7:17. breezy with showers later today. we are back to sunny and cool conditions monday, the more chances of rain throughout the middle of the week, into next weekend. our level 1 system arriving at around 3:00 in the north bay, 4:00 through the north bay into san francisco. amounts under .1 inches, and those winds will be pretty breezy. southwest winds up to about 30 miles per hour. there is a look at 10:00. we have mostly cloudy skies. we get to the afternoon and the clouds then out a little bit. here comes the front up in the north bay by 3:00. santa rosa, some showers by 4:00, and 5:00 it is trying to push through, breaking apart into the east bay. the peninsula looking at a 10th to 12 100's, then looking at 8:00 we are back into partly cloudy conditions. this system not offering up
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much, but it is bringing up the relative humidity. inches. further west slopes of the sierra nevada, two inches of snow. this is impressive. lake level could see about two inches. certainly pretty hazardous conditions with slick roadways. as we get into the sierra nevada in particular, six inches expected around southlake. seven inches, tahoe city. donner could see eight inches through tomorrow. this is exciting news for the mountains. back home, looking at cloudy skies for most. clouds bending out throughout the afternoon in the east bay, but a much cooler day. we were well into the 80's yesterday. how about 71 in san jose? 62 in richmond.
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the seven day forecast, our level 1 system today. sunshine tomorrow, then another system on wednesday. cooking at scattered showers perhaps thursday and friday. next weekend it looks like we could see even more rain. liz: thank you. next, at 95 years old tony bennett has something new to croon about. how the performer is still
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liz: residents of the east bay are spreading halloween chair. yesterday volunteers gathered to paint pumpkins that will be donated to pediatric hospitals. the goal is to brighten the offices and moods of children during this season. take a look as pumpkins were transformed into frankenstein, cookie monster, and lots of other really cool -- there is frankenstein. really cool characters. >> ♪ i left my heart heart heat
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in san francisco ♪ liz: tony bennett has now just reached five guinness world records. the grammy award-winning singer just set the record for being the oldest person to release an album of new material. his album with lady gaga was released october 1. bennett was 95 years old and 60 days. just could listen to him all morning. next, rainy relief. a storm is heading toward the bay area and fire crews are hoping from a break from a is a wildfire summer. and a call for parents to keep their kids home from school. the plans for a statewide protest. ♪
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without talking to your doctor. talk to your doctor about dupixent. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> it is a dry start to the day. the bay area is ready for arranging how the wet weather will impact your week. you are watching abc live at 6:00 a.m. let's start with the weather. >> good morning. we are sthe winds are starting .

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