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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> happy halloween at 5:00. thank you positive -- for starting your day with us. mike? >> it will be a treat. check it out. it is not wet at all. the air is dry. there is a lack of moisture so we have a lack of cloud cover. temperatures are the same as this time yesterday. today, it will be warmer at 61 to 66 into downtown san francisco and 67 to 73 is the spread cross the bay.
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a smaller spread inland 71 to 7 74. >> as we look at our drive time traffic over the altamont pass it is looking fairly clear but we have a few extra cars for 28 minutes from tracy to dublin. 101, san francisco to san francisco is the same. ace train is delayed because a freight train was passing. bart is running on time with over 30 trains rolling. we want to remind you to be careful when you have out today because the trick-or-treaters will be crossing the street for candy. do not drink and drive if you attend parties. >> san mateo police are trying to determine if this could be more child victims of inappropriate touching after arresting an after school child
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care worker at elementary school. abc7 news, matt keller, has details. >> police say this alleged incident took place at the almostty school during after school program two weeks ago. this investigation is not over. police say on october 18, a friday, a man was sitting with an elementary age girl when he kited her and touched her. on learning of this, the district removed him from contact with children and provided information to the san mateo police department. he was arrested a week later on friday october 25 at his home and faces charge of lewd acts with a minor under age 14. police are trying to determine if he has other inappropriate contact with any other kids. anyone with information is asked to call the san mateo police department.
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>> critics of the sheriff deputy handling with a 13-year-old boy carrying a pellet gun have troubling new piece of information this morning. katie marzullo, it is making some in santa rosa more angry. >> the police who are investigating the shooting say the sheriff deputy took only seconds after warning him to drop the gun. they are promising, now, more protests, vilifying the deputy, erick gelhaus. hundreds, maybe up to 1,500 rallied in santa rosa. they want justice and a fair investigation. the police want to be transparent so are releasing this information. >> the time between when the deputy told the dispatcher the oaks and when he advised on the radio shots were fired was ten seconds. >> i cannot understand how this happened in such a short, short
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time, ten seconds and the boy is murdered. >> police say the deputy, erick gelhaus, yelled twice for him to drop the gun which he thought was a real ak-47. the boy turned to him with the gun and erick gelhaus fired eight times. a member of a protest group said there will be more protests. he does not know when. >> katie, thank you. >> in antioch we are following, four people are recovering after being attacked by two dogs. police say a man was walking his two dogs before 10:00 p.m. and two other dogs charged him from an open area. three neighbors her the screams and tried to help but they were attacked. officers arrived moments later and the dogs charged at the officers. they fired four shots killing
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one dog. the other ran away buts with captured. all four people were taken to the hospital with bites to arms and hands. one was bitten in the face. abc7 news reporter, amy hollyfield, will have more from the scene. >> university of california president napolitano says that the school system is pledging $15 million to help students, $5 million to help those who legal illegally in the united states. the university officials estimate that out of the 239,000 students enrolled less than a thousand came to the country illegally as children. early in the day she spoke to students at oakland technical high school of the importance of a college education. >> students at city college of san francisco will march to the city hall from the campus today. they will deliver thousands of cards from community members to the mayor demanding the city college stay open.
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they stand to lose accreditation in july because the commission says the school has not done enough to reform their financial policies and management. >> this morning, east bay regional park police are investigating a man's death after the body washed ashore in berkeley yesterday afternoon near interstate 80. the c.h.p. received a report at 3:30 of a possible bed on waterfront half a mile south of university avenue. there are no details of his identity or how he may have died. >> the lawyer for a marin county teen convicted of murder is calling for leniency, rather, for attempted murder, the 19-year-old max wade was found guilty accused of stealing a $200,000 sports car belonging to food network car guy fieri who testified against the defendant on monday. the attempted murder is because of a drive-by shooting of a gill and her boyfriend last year.
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wade could face 30 years to life in prison when sentenced in december. >> the police chief is calling for a meeting with recruits to prevent new san jose officers from leaving the force after revelations up to half of the latest police academy graduate class is considering positions elsewhere. 5 percent of graduates have left. the leaders are suggesting retention plans including the possibility of charging officers for their training if they spent less than a year with the department. >> top executives the google are outraged that they and yahoo have been hacked by the n.s.a. according to the "washington post". the n.s.a. secretly broke into the main communications links connecting data centers around the world belonging to google and yahoo. the documents say the government intercepted 180 million records over the span of 30 days including e-mails and video and
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more. both google and yahoo were unaware this was happening. >> if you are looking ahead to trick-or-treating time, we will see what the day will look like. >> it will be sunny, bright, warm, with significantly above temperatures than year. we are warmer if san francisco with 40's around ocean beach and morest hill and everyone else in the low 50's until portrero hill at 53, and through the ferry building it is 54 and headed to downtown, it is 50 degrees. that is what it is in the financial district, cool in petaluma and american canyon is the cool spot at 36 and 47 in richmond and san leandro 48, and santa clara is 42 and young city is 41 and walnut creek is 49 and pleasanton is 43. that is the spread through 7:00 under clear skies. low-to-mid 60's during lunch so you need the sunglasses.
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by 4:00, we are in the low 60's and upper 60's to 70's for the rest us and temperatures at 7:00 are in the 50's at the coast and low-to-mid 60's around the bay and inland. the temperatures will fall into the upper 50's by 8:00. next three days through the weekend a cooling trend is on the way and it will be breezy on sunday. leyla gulen? >> we have an accident reported in petaluma along highway 115 first reported that it was east road and now it is reported it is starting a brushfire. that is just before 101 watch out for the diversion of the traffic at stage gulch. as we head into san francisco, this project is going to last until 7:00 northbound highway 1 lake street to the bridge with road work and southbound side is not affected. from emeryville camera to the bay bridge you can see traffic
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is building as you make the push to treasure island and so far we are moving along at top speeds and it is clear into san francisco. >> it is now 5:10. apple could have a thanksgiving treat for ipad fans. >> intimate photo part of a child porn investigation in middle school. those who've beed ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at
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covering cupertino, concord, wine country and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> syria has completed destruction of equipment for producing chemical weapons a day ahead of the deadline. the announcement today by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons, a watch dog confirming that syria came in ahead of schedule to completing destruction of critical equipment for destruction. >> san diego will file criminal charms for sending sexually explicit photos of themselves to other people. authorities say several teen girls sent nude photos of themselves to their boyfriends at seven different schools. 9 photos considered child
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pornography and 30 minors from six high schools and a middle school are involved in the investigation. "good morning america" will have a full report on this following abc7 news. >> when you use imported spices you could be at risk. the food and drug administration has determined 12 percent of the spices are contaminated with unappetizing things including insecond -- insects and rodent hairs and 7 percent were contaminated with salmonella. most of the contamination can be blamed on storage practices before the product is shipped to stores. spice manufactureers say they treat the spices' they hit the united states market. >> facebook can predict the health of your relationship. couples would have a lot of friends in common are 50 percent more likely to end the relationship, surprise, surprise than couples with lots of
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different friends. the findings suggest people in the healthiest relationships have their own lives and their own friends. >> how do you divide up the friends if you have mutual friends. >> facebook is loading popularity with a certain group of fans. >> good news for those who do not want to store electronics in the overhead bin when flying. jane king is at the new york stock exchange. >> facebook is saying younger teens are not using the site as much as they used to and plan face spoke shares are up. in is a profit drop for visa with a slow down in united states transactions in september over august with shares lower at the moment. stock futures are a bit lower today. it could be about to be easier to use electronic devices when
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flying with f.a.a. allowing great onboard use. if you are waiting to get an ipad mini you may only have to wait a few weeks with you new mini coming later in november with the new release date a week before thanksgiving november 21. target price, though, is $499 for the mini. we could get more bubbly beverages from starbucks with customer response to the combination innovation has been encouraging. >> if you are getting ready, stop for a second and look at this. >> who is that? we will see if you recognize these costume trick-or-treaters in this person is a member of
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the abc7 news team. >> so cute. if you think you know who this is go to facebook at abc7 news and try to guess. >> we will reveal the true identity after 6:30 and post other members of the team throughout the day. >> that was easy. >> the eyes the. >> i made a cardboard costume for my son so thankfully it is dry both forecasts >> we will look outside. i have no idea what you are talking about. here is a look at a decorated you will want to see this, the forecast for tonight: a treat.
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4:00, kids are getting home from school, maybe late and 68 degrees and get ready at 6:00 with the the sun then setting and it will be 62. this morning, no fog. no moisture. it is clear. not so hazy as yesterday. from mount tamalpais, across sausalito to super san francisc, sunny and warmer. mother nature is giving us a break. clear tonight and cool this morning and afternoons are cool and breezy sunday and monday. next two two days are the warmest and the south pay is where we should be the last day in october, low-to-mid 70's with 72 in san jose. los gatos is warmest at 74. on the peninsula, a lost low 70's but san mateo is upper 60's. at the coast, we have low-to-mid
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60's stretching into downtown san francisco and upper 60's for sausalito. ten degrees cooler with sunshine at your beaches. berkeley and hayward at 68 and 69 and low-to-mid 70's for the let of the east bay shoreline to the east bay inland neighborhoods temperatures in the low-to-mid 70's. tonight, you can see a few upper 30's to low 40's and most of us in the mid-40's to near 50 in san francisco. the jet stream is to the north and this is an area of high pressure that will settle our pattern and keep it quiet today and tomorrow to our temperature at two to six degrees warmer and another two to four degrees warmer tomorrow with the cooling trend on saturday and high clouds and sunshine through sunday and sunday and monday are the coolest especially with the breezes it will feel cooler. leyla gulen? >> we are tracking an accident
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in petaluma. i will have more details on that in a little bit. the altamont pass shows it is busy. a frightful sight indeed westbound. bumper-to-bumper traffic to highway 580 and into livermore it will be slow. you will not see relief until highway 84. as you come down this area here there is an area of heavy traffic at 20 miles per hour in the southbound direction. northbound into pleasanton to dublin interchange it is looking slow. back to highway 116, a car was reported that veered off the road at the highway and it caught fire and now it has caused brush to catch fire. right now we have traffic diverted at state gulch and highway 116 is shut down until further notice. that is the drive along 101
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hollyfield, will have more from the scene in a few minutes. >> hundreds of demonstrators marched for the fifth time in eight days to protest the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old boy. andy lopez was shot by the sonoma county sheriff deputy last week. katie marzullo will have new information on the shooting at the top of the hour. >> the couple killed while walking theiring do by a suspected drunk driver will be layed to rest today. the private funeral for the singh's is held in hayward. >> four, the state public utility commission is set to vote today on new safety rules for bart and other transit agencies. it is in response to the october 19 accident that killed two bart workers inspecting tracks. the new rules would affect san francisco's muni and the transportation authority. >> number five, the boston red sox are the world series champs finishing out the cardinals game six at home, 6-1, with ortiz
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named the m.v.p. the third win in the last decade. >> we starting off clear and cool this morning but i have a halloween treat with warm weather on the way. i will tell you what it will be like when you head out this evening and cooler weather this weekend in the seven-day outlook. >> speak of treats, on the bay bridge toll plaza traffic is moving fine but we have a problem on highway 116, blocked off because of a car that went off the road and because of a small brushfire. >> we have breaking news an earthquake in taiwan just in from the geological survey measured at 6.6 magnitude. people felt it on the other side of the island. granted, it is small, 50 of china. i do not see reports of damage at this time.
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>> a bus driver in buffalo, new york, is called a horror -- call a "hero" after talking a woman 50 of a learn. he saw the woman on the wrong side of a guardrail and stopped the bus full of high school students and asked? she needed help. he got off the bus to talk to her. >> she was not looking at me. i was okay as long as we had eye contact. she turned around and started looking back down and it got urgent. at this point, i made my move, if you will. >> he pulled her to safety and sat on the sidewalk until help arrived. when he got back on the bus, the riders were cheering. >> if you are flying off for the holidays, you will find the lowest fare if you become before november 12.
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a residence trip flight will cost an average of $314 if you book before then. prices will suddenly spike november 13th based on air fare the past three years. you will find the best deals if you fly on december 23rd on december 24 right before christmas day. >> the only news continues at 5:30 with the top stories including the new surveillance cameras about to be installed in an east bay city. >> the police say it is the center of a major drug smuggling operation with details ahead.
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into an easy dinner with crescent dogs. just separate, add hot dogs, cheese, roll 'em up, and bake. lookin' hot, c-dog. pillsbury crescents. make dinner pop. so i should probably get the last roll... yeah but i practiced my bassoon. [ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop. live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning. it is happen halloween, thanks for joining us.
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>> mike has a look at the halloween forecast. >> it is a treat for the morning commute with no fog. everyone is clean. the air is dry. from our camera this morning, you can see the bar dairy is -- the embarcadero is quiet. we can see clearly because the air is clean. 67 to 73 around bay. home 60's from the coast to san francisco at 61 to 66. we have more sunshine coming up in the seven-day outlook. leyla gulen? >> it is official. highway 116 will be shut down until further notice because of a car that caught fire. traffic is diverted at stage gulch. 101 is moving fine from petaluma in the southbound direction.
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northbound side has residual backup because of early construction cleared off the road. tracy to castro valley, westbound side is 44 minutes. 101 from highway 85 to san jose airport is 11 minutes. a look outside shows the bay bridge toll plaza and cash-paying lanes are just now loading up. just a little scary for halloween. kristen? >> we have breaking news. this is word of a big earthquake in taiwan this is an island off china at 6.6 magnitude. my ipad on twitter shows there are various reports ranging from 6.3 to 6.6 but there is no tsunami earthquake. that is the good news. some people felt it all the way in japan.
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right now, some are saying this is shallow according to the geological survey meaning it will spread out over land greater and perhaps be more power will. we will wait to see if there are further reports. tall buildings have been shaking in the capital city of taiwan. >> at home in antioch, four people are recovering from wounds suffered when a pair of dogs attacked forcing police into a life or death decision. amy hollyfield? >> no owner. no collar. two dogs running wild on the lovely trail. it is a quiet neighborhood. they attacked a man out walking his two dogs at 9:45 the dogs were biting him. and his pet.
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neighbors her the screams. three of them tried to help. the dogs attack and bit them, as well. the police arrived. >> they were charged. they were forced to fire the dogs, killing one. one escaped and returned back to the scene. that dog was captured. that dog is at animal control. >> that dog is in quarantine. he is tested for rabies to see if that could explain the behavior. police are not sure of the breed. the four victims are treated for bites on their arms, legs, and face. >> hundreds of demonstrators held their fifth peaceful march to professor the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old by a sonoma deputy. andy lopez was shot wild -- wild
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holding an air assault weapon designed to look real. the deputy shot him seven times best trainee got out of the car. >> between the type the deputy told the dispatcher his observations and when he advised on the radio that shots were fired was ten seconds. >> i cannot understand how this happened in such a short, short time, ten seconds, and the boy is murdered. >> the officer who fired, the deputy, erick gelhaus, doesn't remember if he identified himself before the shooting but the department says that is not a requirement. >> the f.b.i. and state attorney general will meet to discuss an elder abuse investigation into a nursing home, valley springs manor accused of abandoning 14 patients as it was shut down by the state for violations. one patient is still missing after walking away from the
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facility on friday. 65-year-old was last seen wearing a radars shirt and a fishing hat. he has walked away of. senior advocates say the social services department should have made sure the residents were safely transferred when it closed the nursing home. >> the public utilities commission is society to vote on safety rules on bart and other transit agencies in response to the october 19 accident that killed two bart workers inspecting tracks near walnut creek. a trainee was operating the train according to the "contra costa times", they are proposing the immediate creation of a three-way communication system between central command, train operators, and wayside workers. the rules affect san francisco muni and santa clear valley transportation authority. >> armed robbery suspect shot by san francisco police in the marina district has the first court hearing this afternoon. the chief says that 19-year-old
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for cell on craigslist and robbed the victims. he pistol-whipped the latest victim. the officers shot the >> an after school child aide has been arrested for inappropriately touching an elementary skill girl. the 20-year-old is out on $100,000 bail this morning booked on charges of committing lewd acts on a child under age 14. there could be more victims. he befriended the victim in san mateo two weeks ago. abc7 news reporter, matt keller, has a report next half hour. >> san rafael police need your help searching for a serial bank robber.
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the latest happened yesterday morning at the wells fargo. this is southfield of the suspect. he demand cash from a teller and got away before the police arrived, the ninth bank robbery since last december. some robberies, the suspect wore a knit cap. >> surveillance videos are going up at all entrances to the city of piedmont to capture all license plates of anyone entering the city. the plan was approved if june to fight crime. >> california could lose $3.5 billion in federal funding over standardized tests. they will dump the current tests they been taking for 14 years and will be given a computerized test which is not ready if a few years. the educational committee has
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been working about reconciling the dispute and are surprised by this threat. >> there a high police sophisticated secret actual -- tunnel under the mexican and san diego border buts with shut down before drugs remain brought into the united states. it was discovered by a task force. a similar tunnel was discovered three years ago when 30 tons of marijuana were confiscated. >> hopefully it will warm up for the evening for halloween. >> people will be happy with the halloween forecast. when it is cool, look to the north because the northern lights are showing up with spectacular colors over alaska.
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peninsula: palo alto is 40. menlo park is 41. redwood city and foster city are at 43. 46 in san mateo. cooler weather up north mid-to-upper 30's in napa and santa rosa and 52 in san francisco. mid-to-upper 40's for oakland and san carlos and fremont. about 40 in san ramon. from the some are -- exploritorium, it is quiet. cool this morning and 60 to 64, with all the sun shine at noon. up to 72 at 4:00, cooling into the mid-50's to mid-60's by 7:00 dress appropriately for trick-or-treating. >> highway 116 there is a road
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shut down because of a car that went over the side and knocked down a pg&e pole. pg&e is there to make repairs. it will be shut down "notice further notice." they are diverting traffic at stage gulch. as you head into san francisco we have report of a car with a blown out tire westbound 80 at 9th blocking one lane. it is causing a bit of a backup with the central freeway looking busy headed and san francisco. in the east bay we have report of a brushfire in the 1500 block with details head. >> 5:40. a suspected drink driver leads police on a high-speed chase with a heart-stopping town it took. >> not a layover that passengers expected when a plane was forced
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covering novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all bay area, this is use. >> it is now 5:43. six months after the boston marathon bombing, a different event in the streets of boston.
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fans had something to sell operate as the red sox woman the third world series this 10 years last night closing out the cardinals 6-1 in game six the first time in 95 years. a car was flipped by a group of rowdy fans. >> want to see how frightening a high speed chase can be? check out this video of a chase and crash in wisconsin. barrier and hits it flying into a car. the sheriff says two deputies and the suspect were injured but all are expected to recover. the speeds reached 110 miles per hour before the crash. authorities say this was the suspect's third arrest on d.w.i. charges. >> a group of bay area travels
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safe and sound after they had an emergency landing in the middle of nowhere. the delayed union at sfo was happy last night a after after after this was an engine warning message. >> you could feel the flight shimmy. we landed in alaska for an hour. >> the passengers were at a local watering hole while waiting for another plane to pick them up and bring temperature to san francisco. >> looks like 208 originated from guam and goes to tokyo and then san francisco usually without stopping in alaska. >> it was daylight so they did not see the northern lights.
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at least they could have seen those. >> coming from guam they did not have the clothes for alaska. >> how about clothing for the trick or treats? >> nice. upper 60's, low 50's. older kids will wear the costumes. this evening, we will start at 4:00 when you are getting ready early it will be 68 degrees. when the sun begins to set at 6:12 in san francisco, it will be 62 degrees. by 8:00 we are falling into the upper 50's under a star-filled sky. no threat of wet weather. check how dry live doppler 7 hd is with a lack of cloud cover. today and through the next couple of days, we are in downtown oakland with sunshine and a warm treat in the forecast, lasting through
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tomorrow and we will have cooler and breezy conditions sunny and monday. it will be significantly colder according to this doppler so i will watch those models the i will let you know if i will change my forecast. clear tonight and as cool as this morning. today we are in the low-to-mid 70's around the south bay with san jose and cupertino at 72 degrees and redwood city is down to 69 in san mateo and low-to-mid 60's along the coast into downtown san francisco and south san francisco is 67 along with sausalito and low-to-mid 70's through the north bay valley and ten degrees cooler headed to the north bay benches and berkeley and hayward are just short of 70 degrees and 68 and 69 with low-to-mid 70's for the rest of the east bay shore and castro valley is warm at 73 and 72 to 74 inland.
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we will still have 30's but mostly upper 30's inland and up to 50 tomorrow morning. the storm track is to the north with high pressure pushing low away from us and because of that, quiet pattern setting up for today, tomorrow, and the forecast shifts on saturday and you can see the cool and breezy weather for sunday and monday with a warming trend setting back the clocks tomorrow and change the batteries in the carbon monoxide detector. awe have a sig-alert in petaluma and a report of a possible brushfire in contra costa county. it is reported in the 1500 of marsh creek road with a brushfire reported. we do not have confirmation and no word if it is out there or if they are going to have road closings. to the north along highway 4
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through antioch it is bumper-to-bumper traffic to railroad avenue then it will clear. look at the highway 116 where we have a sig-alert because of a downed power line because of an accident usually this morning. the road is shut down. no traffic is getting through. it is diverted at this hour. >> thank you. san francisco police chief says that despite the position he is not immune to crime in the city. he revealed this with residents why heard that someone broke into his car in front of his home a few weeks ago and stole a jacket. he says occasional crime can happen to anyone even in usually quiet neighbors and even if you are the chief of police. the case remains "unsolved." >> coming up, a treat that can't be beat and where the young
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>> new this office the swimming hall of fame has chosen santa clara as the best play to relocate to. tonight, the city fours plan to meet to discuss the idea, the hall of fame lease in fort
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lauderdale, florida, ends in february of 2015. santa clara is the ideal location to move the headquarters because of the storied history in america's swimming. half of the olympic team came from santa clara. they will move it to the haines swim center. >> in oakland, firefighters are unveiling a new play house for young patients and families, a firehouse-themed playground a block from children's hospital. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is underway at 1:00 o'clock today and firefighters from station 8 are doing the honors because they helped to build it under the direction of the nonprofit organization oakland firefighter random act. >> fans of mcdonald's, you can brew if your home with a variety of packageed coffee being sold at supermarkets and other retailers that will come in single cup servings, as well,
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and the fast today train is already selling packaged coffee in canada each weighing 12 ounces and costs $7. children can find treats on this halloween at inpop with a free design your pancake from 7:00 am to 10:00 p.m. children get a giant buttermilk not that anyone is counting. >> can any of us pass for 12? >> maybe leyla gulen. >> eric? >> thanks for having my back. >> way, way back.
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>> i agree you look well younger than your age. at sutro tower camera, temperatures are two to eight degrees warmer and we are finally back where we should be on the last day the october. traveling around high pressure dominating the entire state and 70's through the central valley and mid-70's and 66 at monterey and mid-to-upper in san diego and monterey. >> look or act, mike? >> i have the "act." >> hope your halloween is off to a great start. it is look frightful over the pass with busy traffic taking an hour to get out of tracy. in contra costa county, in is a stone's thrown from mount diabolo with a brushfire but we are looking for confirmation.
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the drive time traffic shows from tracy to dublin it is 40 minutes. 28 minutes and 101 southbound from san rafael to san francisco is 60 minutes. the golden gate bridge shows traffic is moving smoothly and in san francisco we do have a problem brewing along highway 115. >> a new recycling law in effect tomorrow. it will be illegal to mix karens with -- containers with a california redemption value with those that do not. from now on, the other materials will have to be separateed. you get a better rate for returnable cans and biologies -- and bottles. >> an elementary school is raising money for a little dog that was injured when its owners
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were killed by a d.u.i. driver. the owners of the dog, teddy, were walking him when a suspected drunk driver struck then. they have three children. the driver is in custody and teddy has brain swelling but the veterinarians say he will recover. the children of the elementary school are grateful they can do something to help the name. next, more on breaking news, a large earthquake hits overseas and we will have an update. >> the bay area school employee accused of lewd actions on a student with a warning to parents. >> credit card warning.
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>> a little incident involving a bay area school employee. the warning now out to students and parents. >> developing news, nut not one but two dogs go on the attack in the east bay. >> anger continues in the not bay following the shooting death of a thin career old -- a 13-year-old boy by a sheriff deputy. >> good morning, america on halloween thursday. >> is it a trick or treat for the trick or treats tonight? >> treat for all of us with a lack of fog, a lack of clouds, and quiet commute weather-wise. live doppler 7 hd shows lack of any significant moisture in the air. we will talk about the day, the next 12 hours, 49 with stars at 7:00 around the bay and 61 at noon and sunshine and warmer and 68 by 4:00, pulling back to 62 while you are trick-or-treating. inland we start in the 3


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