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canceled at other national park sites, china beach and the muir over look. a wedding planned at the maritime museum had to be relocated with the help of the caterer. >> we had to come up with a plan. >> the founders say the bride was understandably upset. >> she was crying. she went to church. she went to play. she was trying to really for this not to be happening. >> they will go to a place for less space for the kitchen among other things. >> we had to redesign the food to make it work in the closet. that's the size of our kitchen. >> the cliff house kitchen will go dark after tonight. the building is a national park property and the restaurant is a concession aire. tonight at the restaurant there was no question. this patron was among the last to enjoy the historic venue.
>> i am disappointed with that. this is like a landmark. >> it is unclear how the cliff house would stay open this long. heather ishimaru, abc7 news. >> the government shutdown is also affecting the bay area's blood supply. a blood drive was canceled today because more than a thousand employees there are furloughed. the stanford blood center says there is a need for type o negative blood. >> tomorrow will be the third full day of the government shutdown. there was another crisis on the horizon. the president met with congressional leaders to they will them the health care law will not be part of the shutdown negotiation. republicans say it was cor jill and unproductive. nancy pelosi says time is running out to get a deal done. >> so much is at stake. i am hopeful that in the conversation we heard each other and that we will be able to find a place to go.
the next challenge is lifting the debt ceiling. >> congress will need to lift the debt ceiling before october 17th. otherwise the u.s. will default for the first time in history. if that happens economists say it will likely trigger another recession. >> viewers are sharing how the government shutdown is affecting them. she writes on the pace book page, i am one of the overpaid government workers. i cannot pay my mortgage. but i am expected to go to work every day as a counselor in a federal prison. we want to hear from you. up load your video using the hash tag, tell washington. it is affecting california 's ability to fight wildfires. 2,000 federally paid service technicians are furloughed as part of the shutdown. they maintain the guard's cargo planes and helicopters that respond to wildfires. 14 of which just returned from the big fire in yosemite. a pair of red flag warnings have been issued for the bay area because of dry,
wind econ decisions in the san thank you cruz mountains and the east bay hills. cal fire increased staffing in those areas just in case the firebreaks out. -- the fire breaks out. sandhya is here with how dry and windy it will get. >> it will be gusty the next couple days. it is starting to get windy. let me show you live doppler 7hd and we will talk about how few clouds there are right now. we are in the clear, but the radar is tracking the changes in the wind. dry, gusty winds will bring the high fire danger. the wind advisory is thursday at 6:00 p.m. until saturday at 6:00 a.m. for the hills above a thousand people. they are really dropping 10 to 20%. current wind gusts out of the northwest. still waiting for the wind to change out of the northeast and look at the mount tam cam. it is bouncing everywhere. give yourself plenty of time for the morning commute. we are expecting gusty winds
and back with the details on that and how much warmer it will get with this change in the wind direction. dan? >> sandhya, thank you. a san francisco man is being called the mastermind behind an on-line black market for drugs. the fbi arrested ulbrecht at the san francisco library. he is accused of running the silk road. a secret site that criminal used for illegal services like forgery. he is accused of using the site to assassinate a former employee he thought was stealing. the website is now shutdown and the fbi says he made a fortune from. it tens of millions of dollars fog being the middle man in the sale of drugs like heroin and meth. >> palo alto police are trying to stop a rash of car break ins. so far this year we have seen more burglaries targeting parked cars than the annual totals for the past three years. among the trouble spots, the city parking garage and the parking lots for oak creek
apartments. ama dates is live in palo alto for us. >> car break ins have become a huge problem in palo alto. i am on california avenue which is one of the areas that was recently targeted by thieves who were after anything you leave behind. >> several cars along california avenue and palo alto were broken into in the month of september. >> we had approximately 70 auto burglaries and it is the most we have had in one month which is 2008. >> 16 happened in just one night here at oak creek apartments on sand hill road. >> the cost of living is pretty steep so the people who live here must be wealthy. the cars are nice so it would make sense people target this area as a place to maybe steal things. >> the break ins are happening all over the city during all hours of the day. there have been nine cases at this parking garage on bryant street on three separate occasions. he parks on the street for that very reason. >> there are a lot of break
ins over the last few years whether it is high street or whether it is here. nobody wants to pay the deductible on the car since. >> police believe there may be several crews that will come to break into cars and the rentals are attractive to thieves. >> we have visitors from europe and asia. and folks would not be aware and they will leave their laptop bags and luggage in the car. >> and thieves have spotted a rked tay and some are with bar codes. >> the problem with auto burglaries and why they are hard to solve is it is a quick crime and sometimes they are crimes of opportunity. they are in and out and gone. >> if you can't lock your belongings in your home or hotel before going out, police say the best advice is to take them with you. ama dates, abc7 news. >> imagine helping those in need and being robbed in the process. >> listen to this. a group of habitat for humanity workers was robbed at a site where jimmy carter was scheduled to visit. it happened at the brookfield court development.
eight habitat staff members were robbed of their cell phones and wallets. it happened yesterday. a man was shot at and pistol whipped. this is a look at the site from sky 7hd where you can see the extra security at the construction site today after what happened. jimmy carter and former first lady rosslyn carter are scheduled to visit on monday. >> new developments in the bart strike threat. the unions came up with their ter proposal and there appears to be some movement. >> a current proposal is 3.75, 3.75 and 4% over a three-year contract. >> we appreciate the movement shown in that proposal. we are studying the numbers. we are doing the research and we will be back at the bargaining table tomorrow. >> the cooling off period is at midnight on thursday, october 10th. if there is no deal the bart unions could go on strike next friday. >> san mateo county prosecutors say they are
deciding whether to file criminal charges against a san francisco firefighter. it is in the death of a crash survivor. the autopsy obtained by the i team shows 16-year-old yi died of blunt trauma when a fire -- fire truck that was driven ran her over. they are considering an involuntary manslaughter charge. >> would it be a felony or misdemeanor? >> it could be a felony with gross negligence and misdemeanor without gross negligence organ nothing at all, a tragic accident. >> fire department personnel directed one vehicle around her while she was on the ground. she was known to be there and she was never properly examined. she was then left unattended. >> the family's attorney tells the i team he is preparing to file a claim with the city and county of san francisco, the first step to a lawsuit. prosecutors say they will take two to three weeks to determine whether to charge the firefighter.
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trying to find the person who left their dog tied to a dog bench while it was having puppies. alan wopping has the story you will see only on abc7 news. the story of the puppies and the people who helped them. >> things were not this cozy when officer jennifer bloom pulled up to a park in newark and found an abandoned german shepherd tied to this bench. it was pregnant and in labor. >> you know, we go through training on how to -- if we ever have to help a woman deliver a baby, but we have never had to deal with puppies. >> bloom who spoke to us via face time says the dog was in distress and was trying to bury one of the puppies that was already dead. carefully bloom removed the
dog and took it to the central veteranary hospital in fremont. >> i heard some puppies screaming in the back and i knew she was actively giving birth to more as i was draifg over there. >> -- as i was driving over there. >> the police officer was knocking on the backdoor and she was freaked out as i was. >> she says the german shepherd appeared to be a first time mother, less than a year old. >> and after delivering three puppies here they had a strong suspicion there may be more. >> there are four fetuses you can count in here. you go from the skull down to the spine. >> she had a total of nine puppies and two did not survive. >> she has been a great mom. she had a rough time, a really rough time. >> police are investigating this as a cruelty to animals case. there was no microchip or tag so the veteranary workers call her bristol. if nobody claims her she and her puppies will be available
for adoption. there is no video stemming from the assault of a driver in new york. prosecutors dropped the charges against one of two men arrested after the driver of an suv was dragged from his car and beaten by a group of bikers. the other man has been charged with reckless driving and unlawful imprisonment. officials are now investigating some new video found on-line. it shows bikers driving on the wrong side of the street and running red lights and speeding down sidewalks. at one point, they circle around the car like sunday's incident. it is unclear if these groups are affiliated, but it is now part of the police investigation. a jury today found a concert promoter is not at fault from michael jackson's death. the verdict in the five-month civil trial came in late today. jackson's mother, katherine, sued aeg live for hiring dr. conrad murray. he was jackson's doctor during the come bane -- come back concerts. they uh cured -- they accused
them of hiring him without knowing if he was qualified for the job. >> conrad murray had a license and graduated from an accredited college and we felt he was competent to do the job of being a general practitioner. now that doesn't mean we felt he was ethical. >> jackson died in 2009. murray was convicted two years later of involuntary manslaughter forgiving jackson the drugs. >> video showing a new tesla model on fire had stocks falling 6%. the car's battery burst into flames. firefighters say they had a hard time distinguishing the flames because they kept reigniting. finally they used a jack to lift the car and a circular saw to get to the burning battery. water wouldn't put the fire out so they had to use an distinguisher. because of the federal shutdown authorities are not investigating the fire. >> that's wild. >> presumably they will when they get back to work. let's talk about the weather forecast. >> meteorologist sandhya patel
is here with live doppler 7hd. >> carolyn and dan, it will get warmer as we get closer to the weekend. make some outdoor plans if you haven't done so yet. live doppler 7hd showing a few passing clouds. our radar is tracking any changes that are happening. no rain in the next seven days, but we will be watching for those gusty winds. already starting to see signs of development. from the exploratorium camera, look how beautiful this is. it is clear tonight. san francisco 57 and oakland 62. san rare -- san carlos and san jose, 50s and you can see how good the visibility is. it is 57 in napa and mid60s around antioch and 60 degrees in concord and 57 in livermore. from the east bay hills camera we are looking across the bay at a bouncy camera here. definitely getting windy over some of our hilltops. thursday evening through
saturday morning with the gusty winds and the hills and inland especially. a warmer pattern for the end of the workweek and the beginning of the weekend. here is a look at satellite and radar. it is moving to the pacific northwest. we have high pressure starting to build in behind it and the winds are fuming right uh -- funneling right across the northern portion of the state and eventually over us. a windy pattern is starting to develop, and we will see gusty winds heading into tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow morning, 5:00 a.m., you can see the strongest winds 36, 37 miles an hour. as we head into the afternoon the winds will start to pick up in our inland areas like fairfield. out of the north, 41 miles an hour, so it is definitely going to get gusty. 38, 40, somewhere in that range and even along the coast, midto upper 30s. you will have to hang on tight especially as you are driving through the delta area. we are looking at gusts to fiewrt 5 miles an hour. -- 45 miles an hour.
it will be difficult to drive and you won't have to watch out for blowing debris. give yourself time to get the kids off to school. breezy to windy with temperatures in the upper 40s to the mid50s. you will they'd that extra layer as you head out the door. 76 in san jose and 79 los gatos. gilroy. 74 in sawn knee veil. mid70s for palo alto and menlo park. 72 degrees and 68 in half moon bay. this is the time of year when you see either limited or no fog at all. and it is going to be no fog tomorrow. 67 sunset district and 72 in downtown san francisco. santa rosa and sonoma. getting windy up toward clear lake and in the east bay, 76 oakland and union city you will be on the windy side around fairfield. 79 in live more. sunshine for you. even warmer weather for your friday and saturday. getting you close to 90 degrees inland on saturday. low to mid70s. it is beach weather, but it comes with a warning.
cooler weather for the second half of the weekend heading into next week. dan and carolyn? >> thanks. let's talk a's baseball. >> larry beil is here. >> it will be nice and toasty on friday and saturday. a's talking about their fans and how many will show up for the post season. and we are grateful that hockey is back. you wanna piece of me? huh? [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to find big savings on the things you need. just make a straight line to safeway. your club card gets you deals you can't find anywhere else. this week, folgers is $6.88 for the large size. that's a lot of coffee. skip the warehouse. charmin is $13.99 for 24 double rolls. and lean cuisine entrees are just a buck 99. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life.
2007. tampa bay opens the scoring and young is young is restless. tampa bay up 1-0 and the rays would pad their lead in the fourth. jennings with a double down the line. he scores easily and evan longoria trying to score from first and he is safe. tampa up 3-0. rays closer fernando rodney slams the door in the 9th. let the celebration begin. the rays blank the indians 4-0 and they will play with silly string and face the red sox in the alds. despite some nights when you could literally shoot a cannon through the place and not hit anybody, yeah the occasional sewage spill at the coliseum, the a's actually averaged 22,000 fans per game this season. i would have guessed 15 off the top of my head. they will have at least double the 22 when they host the tigers in the division playoff series on friday and saturday night. the tarp will be removed. they will allow 48,000 into the coliseum. it will be sold out a's are
starting the series at home. >> it is good to get the start at home. we get to obviously start a series with our fans and our ace on the mound. >> it will be awesome to step on the field in game one with our fans here. it will be very exciting, a lot of energy. >> the other tenants of the coliseum, the raiders, will kick off with the chargers sunday night at 8:35 p.m. because it takes almost a full day to convert it from baseball to football configuration. terrelle pryor will be sitting out. he was still showing post concussion symptoms, but feels fine now and the hit in denver was a learning experience. >> i believe i am 100% right now. i feel normal. i i just try to make the right decisions and be a smart player. if there are three guys coming cramming down on me i don't want to challenge all three guys. >> whitner the hitner has a
ring. dante whitner wants to change his name. when his mom said it was okay he filed the paperwork to legally change his name to hitner. it could get expensive. he will have to buy up all of the existing whitner with a w jerseys on the shelves produced by nike. and finally, our best video of the night they win it 6-1 and then they were squaring off and pushing the flexy glass back and forth. you wanna piece of me? come through my glass. this is the beauty of sports, ladies and gentlemen. grown men can act like they are five years old and it is perfectly okay. abc7 sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> i think it is the beauty of hockey in particular. >> they may want to change their names. >> thanks, larry. >> coming up next on abc7
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wake up weather. the delta under a wind advisory at 8:00 a.m. tomorrow. mostly clear, cool, upper 40s to mid50s by 8:00 a.m. in the 50s. mike niko is track the winds 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. >> thanks. finally here x a's playoff fever is sweeping the bay area. >> and the only cure appears to be a healthy dose of green and gold. check out this picture of a die hard oakland a's fan. he is getting ready for the post season. they will be playing at home on friday night. >> that's a pretty good picture. send your fan photos to us at you report .kgo-tv.com. or on twitter at abc7 news bay area. we will put them up. >> up next on "jimmy kimmle live" actor tim alan. >> that's our report tonight. thanks for being here. i'm dan ashley. >> i' abc news continues on line,