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>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 3rd. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. it's chilly out there. a cold front has swept through the bay area but we do have clear sky. here's a look at live doppler 7hd. the wind-chill factor down to 33 degrees in napa. get set for a cool start but by the afternoon temperatures warming up somewhat. we will see some clouds around and we will call it partly cloudy with lies in the 50s by the coast by noontime. and mid-60s inland. warmest temperatures coming down another five to seven degrees. it will be cooler for everyone and the wind still kicking up
over the hills with a wind advisory in the mountains. any prospects of rain coming up. thank you, lisa. justify one day after a fatal shooting at lax, a scare for passengers at sfo. police board a plane and escort a man off a jet blue flight. nick smith has this story that you will only see on abc7 news. >> if a plane is going to go down, this plane is going to be destroyed. >> that's what one passenger told us he heard a man overhear him scream during a jet blue flight 1136. >> he said is so cloud and buoyant, that he caught my attention. >> he spoke with the passenger, alex alexander, who caught part of the scary and confusing moments on my smartphone. >> my hands was shaky, my heart was racing. >> the flight was in route to sfo from long beach. patrick said as soon as the
flight crew became aware of the flight, they called airport security who had police meet the plane when it landed. take a look. officers board the plane and immediately identify and escort the passenger off the plane. >> why are you taking the guy off the plane and maybe the threat is still on the plane. and the rest of the passengers had to stay on board. >> the flight was delayed for about 45 minutes. officials have not identified the passengers and there have been no reports of injuries. at sfo, nick smith, abc7 news. now to the latest in shoot he at lax, herardo gerardo herns the first tsa to agent to be kid in their history. he's survived by his wife, son and daughter. this morning we are learning more about the suspect, 23-year-old unemployed mechanic
paul ciancia. federal prosecutors have already filed murder charges and he could face the death penalty. police also believe someone dropped him off at the airport on friday. they want to find out who that was. hears abc7 news reporter alec stone with the latest. >> several prosecutors have filed murder charges against the suspected gunmen in the deadly shooting at los angeles international airport of tsa officer gerardo hernandez and the wounding of several others. saturday night heights lit up over the airport in honor of him. his wife is distraught. >> i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and we will miss him dearly. >> our hearts go out to the tsa officer who was shot and killed. >> two more tsa officers were wound when had 23-year-old paul ciancia took a rifle out of his
bag friday morning and started firing. this shows the ensuing mayhem. the fbi is just one of the agencies investigating the shooting. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to make multiple tsa employees. >> and it could have been so much worse if officers had not chased the gun men through the airport terminal three. >> the fact they disabled the assailant within minutes was actually remarkable and saved untolleds lives. >> he remains in the hospital and the hospital says he remains unresponsive. the airport returned to normal operation saturday afternoon. alex stone, abc news, los angeles. >> one of the people cause in the crossfire was torrey bellacci. he's a host of the tv show myth
busters. here's what he is saying. >> everybody is flying down the corridor, jumping over chairs, jumping over people. people were taking cover. it was literally like my worst nightmare and it was happening. >> "myth busters" is shot in the bay area, although he was headed from lax to a video shoot in delaware. the shooting has caused dozens of cancellations and delays in the bay area. even though it occurred on friday, there's been a ripple effect. yesterday eight flights to and from lax were cancelled. flights could be affected again today so be sure to check with your airline. >> all lanes in richmond 580 are open this morning following a fatal crash. a pedestrian was struck and killed just before 10:00 last night as he tried to run across the interstate near harbor way. the chp investigated.
the roads were opened just about 1:00 this morning. no word yet on the identity of the word who was killed. the incident remains under investigation. the chp is investigating the cause of a fatal crash near stinson beach yesterday. one person was killed after a car went off a cliff on highway 1 just before 4:30 p.m.. that car, a red hop -- honda, had been reported stolen out of vallejo. the driver was the only one in the car. friends and family of a teenager who was shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy gathered to thank the community for their support. andy lopez was killed when he was holding a toy rifle that looked like a real assault rifle. >> candles were aranked and a cross adjusted for the growing
1-year-old andy lopez, it was not marked on a few people here that this day marks the day of the dead. >> every 1st and 2nd of november you come and celebrate the dead, or the loved ones of that passed away. >> andy lopez' parents were here a few hours. they left just of a sunset. they did no the want to speak on camera but they said they will have an announcement on monday. they will join their team of attorneys to announce a federal lawsuit against the sonoma county sheriff's department. organizers say they had no connection of connecting the 13-year-old death to the day, they just wanted to support the family. >> everyone wants to be here remembering andy. that's all it is. we don't want it talk with what happened to andy or anything like that. we just want to remember him. >> a lopez family attorney said the 13-year-old has not been laid to rest because his parents
have been waiting for his grandmother to arrive from mexico. she arrived in california just in time to join them for the neighborhood event. in santa rosa, abc7 news. police are searching for a gunman who robbed customers at a san francisco hair salon yesterday. it happened just before noon at the pampered girl salon on gulf street in hails valley. three customers were getting their hair and nails done when they busted inside taking money, smartphones and tablets. they say robberies are rare in that neighborhood. san jose police are searching for a mentally handicapped man who has been missing since friday. 54-year-old man was last seen around 3:30 on vine street. authorities say conseco has a previous head injury that left him with diminished mental capacity. he walks a limp, he has a cane. he's described at 5'8", 140 pounds with black air and a
beard. he was last seen wearing a black jacket, white t-shirt, black pants and flip-flops. in almeda county, sixteen agers have been rescued before getting lost hiking on mission people regional preserve. they say they got to the top of the peak and lost the trail heading back. >> we got on the wrong route so then we tried backtracking, but then it started getting dark and we lost the trail and we ended up in the field so we called the cops and here we are. >> the east bay regional park police got a 911 call relayed from the fremont police. the teenagers say they were more scared than cold. it was cold out there. >> a little wind in the upper levels of the atmosphere were keeping things well-mixed and keeping things a lot cooler wishes is probably will monday and tuesday once the cooler air settled n but we have a clear sky, temperatures mainly in the 40s and 50s right now. still a wind advisory in the north bay hills.
we will talk about how cool it's going to get and if we are going to see any rain for the upcoming work week. that's next. >> all right, lisa. also next, the changes a florida city is making to its neighborhood watch program more than a year after trayvon martin was shot and killed. and the new rules for electronics on airplanes. soon you won't have to shut off your he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he loves me! that's right. [ mom ] warm and flaky in 15, everyone loves pillsbury grands! [ girl ] 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 ]
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he's joined a chorus of other democrats urging hillary to run. he' announced his back at an annual dinner last night. clinton said she's still considering her options. other potential candidates include vice president joe biden and new york governor andrew cuomo. coming up on "this week" it's the flawed rollout of the affordable care act place the obama administration, george stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with white house senior advisor dan phifer. along with the issues surrounding healthcare.gov, fiveler also discuss the continued fallout over the latest implications of nsa spying. you can catch it right here on abc7 at 8:00. more than a year after 17-year-old trayvon martin was fatally shot by neighborhood watch volunteer george zimmerman, the city where it happened, samford, florida, is rolling out a revamped neighborhood watch program.
the samford police department will outline the changes tuesday during a community meeting. revisions include restricting volunteers from carrying firearms, and from pursuing suspects. as you know, zimmerman was acquitted of a second degree murder charge back in july. the cal palace in daly city is expected to be packed again today with people attending one of the country's biggest gun shows. it's sponsored by the crossroads of the west. organizers say they do everything by the book and gun owners appreciate it. >> they won't even let me get a 30 round for my a. r. or nothing. and it's not even 30 rounds, it's ten rounds. everything is legal in there, so why not? >> we have a huge population of shooters out here and we need a venue to go in and buy the things we need to buy and i don't see any reason why we can't do it here on state property. >> this week's show is the first since governor jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have
banned all gun shows at that venue. scientists are fighting an effort to speed up logging laws in u.s. forests burned by wildfire. that includes yosemite national forest where the rim fire burned 400 square miles. republican lawmakers have sponsored legislation that would set aside u.s. environmental laws to boost logging in burned out for efforts. more than 200 biologists, ecologists, and others signed a bill o'reilly posing the bill. they say salvaging a forest after a fire is one of the worst things you can do for the habitat. firefighters controlled a grass fire in san francisco yesterday, despite really difficult conditions. it began just before 10:00 in the morning near laguna hospital. firefighters had to work through fog and steep terrain to access it. they put it out give any buildings were damaged. a big change ahead if you are one of those who like to
have your electronics aboard the airline. pretty soon you won't be told to turn them off before takeoffs and landing. federal aviation administration has lifted restriction necessary place for 357 years for fear those -- for 37 years for fear they would interfere with radio transmissions. our property are looks at the chang. ♪ >> reporter: virgin america just released the new safety video but the admonitions to turn off devices soon will be moot. devices can stay on during and before landing as long asner airplane mode. making calls will still be band. we asked them via skype why it took so long for the faa to change the rules? >> the faa is a very conservative organization. safety always comes first. but now we are at the point the
devices are safer, the technologies on the airplanes are safer and the way the airplanes are built makes it more possible. >> each airline must submit it's plan for regulation. the rule may not be instantaneous. an estimated two-thirds of passengers carry mobile phones or smartphones on board and 40% have tablets. what they didn't make clear is whether video calls are whether video calls are available on board. >> most of the airplanes can't support video chat, whether it's face time or other video services. so if you lose that, you slow down the experience for everybody. and on some systems you may even be booted off. >> one passenger wonders if more twices will be carried i don't know board? >> who knows what the next thing for kids will be. it could be knowsier on the plane. >> laptops still need to be turned off before takeoff and landing and in low visibility landing the crew may ask for all
devices to be shut off. in san jose, david loui, abc7 news. on tuesday the san jose city council is expected to take up a firearms ordinance to help deal with a wild pig problem. the feral pigs have done thousands of dollars of damage to the country club they are tearing up neighbors' lawns. san jose does not allow guns to be fired within city limits except for police or in firing ranges. this ordinance would include pig trappers and that would allow them to kill the animals within the city. election day is still two days away but voters in san francisco can swing by city hall to drop off their vote-by-mail ballots. curbside dropoff stations are available outside every entrance to city hall. they will be open today from 10:00 in the morning until 4:00 p.m. and tomorrow from 8:00 to 5:00 and tuesday from 7:00 to
8:00. a second bart labor union has ratified the contract agreement that brought an end to a second strike this year. yesterday a. t. u. said its members approved the contract seiu approved the contract friday. it includes a 4% raise, safer working condition and it requires bart workers to pay into their pensions and increases healthcare costs. bart's board of directors will vote on the contract later this month. this morning portions of highway 101 in novato will be closed until 9:00. it is not a solid closer. the chp is closing sections of 101 between some boulevards 15-minute intervals. if allows them to install new power lines. estimated today an estimated 4,000 runners will hit the streets of san francisco for the
u.s. half-marathon. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. to accommodate runners the bridge's east sidewalk will be closed from 5:00 until 9:00 this morning. the west sidewalk will be closed from 6:00 to 9:30. the race gets underway at 7:00 at the muni pier waterfront at vanice avenue and beach street. what will the weather be leak for the runners? >> certainly cooler. we had a passing cold front yesterday ask chilly air will move in on top of northwest winds. as we look at the satellite hd, it is nice and clear. some of that is due to the winds in the higher elevations, scouring out the atmosphere. you may not have felt much but there is still a wind advisory in effect for the mountains of the north bay. we will keep that in mind and keep you posted. right now the winds gusting to about 25 miles an hour in spots. so here's a view from mt. tam
where it is nice and clear. temperatures have dropped early this morning. but with things continuing to mix, we will be looking for temperatures painly in the 40s and 50s. 46 in los gatos, 50 half moon bay and it is clear from sutro right now. you can see it looks pretty nice out there. we will enjoy a lot of sunshine early on. then increasing clouds throughout the day for a partly cloudy afternoon. 52 fairfield. 42 right now in concord with 48 in santa rosa. and napa has bumped up to 43 degrees. so our forecast highlights for the rest of the day, we still have that wind advisory in the north bay just for the next couple hours. the winds gusting from 25 to 30 miles an hour. that's above about 1200 feet. then we will look for a cooler and breezier day today, compliments of the northwest winds. that sun officially up at 6:38 and setting at 5:09. so you will definitely notice
the difference. we will be looking at some changes in the week ahead. but unfortunately we were hoping for some rain. looks like that has been eliminated for the upcoming work week. so some of the higher elevations you can see the gusts over 50 miles an hour, up to 23 miles an hour here. and even down in the south bay we have some gusts over 25 miles an hour. so as you take a look at the water vapor imagery, the weak system pushing through. in the heels of that, the northwest winds 10 to 20 miles an hour. on the peninsula you will feel that. also if you are at the coast, some very cool conditions. here's a look at the day hour by hour. you will notice as we go through about noontime, getting some clouds around here. 5:00 in the afternoon we will call it mostly cloudy with the cool afternoon. highs just in the 50s and 60s. so 70s out of the forecast today. in fact, it's going to stay that way for the next 48 hours before we begin to warm up throughout the middle of the week. 67 the high today in san jose with 64 in sunnyvale.
on the peninsula notice 50s and 60s. 63 san mateo and in and around san francisco another cool one for you. today with clouds around 63 degrees and breezy northwest winds. some mid-and upper 60s from sonoma, petaluma and novato today. near east bay looking for numbers in the low to mid-60s. san leandro 64, castro valley 65. you head inland, temperatures here not much change from the near east bay with about 66 in the san ramon valley and 68 livermore. the accuweather seven-day forecast says we will keep it steady through tomorrow and a slight warming tuesday, wednesday, and extra clouds thursday, friday, maybe rain by next weekend. abc7 news as another great resource to follow on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions rain or shine, plus get video forecasts, spare the air alerts, power info and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. we were hoping for a little rain but we will have to look beyond
next weekend. >> yes. did you say or did i hear from someone we had little rain in october? >> yeah. we are over an inch -- >> like none? >> yeah, the driest october on record. you got it. >> thanks, lisa. coming up next, the trick that turned out to be a very nasty -- it was a treat, but it was a trick for one california woman. what she found inside her child's trick-or-treat bag. ♪
>> police in salinas are looking for someone who put lsd in some candy that sent a woman to the hospital. a needle was used to inject the acid. the woman ate the candy thursday night while trick-or-treating with her children. she immediately felt she was having an anxiety attack. the candy had been given to the woman's 16-month-old daughter. >> with that strength i almost shutter to think what would have happened to my niece. it would have been far too strong a dosage for a toddler. >> and doctors say the woman's symptoms were consistent with taking lsd. police believe this was an isolated incident. in red ago mom going through her daughter's halloween candy pulled out something unusual, a bag full of ecstasy.
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elevations. you will notice wind gusts over 20 miles an hour, atlas peek. and gusts to 27 miles an hour. a cold front has pushed through the bay area and the skies are clear now. we will see a few extra clouds throughout the day today. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. they will be held down. we are looking at breezy northwest winds. so cooler afternoon for everyone, but we will look at a midweek warmup and i'll have that for you in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. happening now, the new york city marathon is underway. more than 47,000 participants are flooding the city streets today for the 43rd running of the marathon. what you are seeing right now are the female para athletes getting prepared to take off. the males already went on their way with these newfangled devices there. other runners will be taking off just in a short bit. that event was cancelled at the last minute last year due to super storm sandy.
officials say the boston marathon bombing in april has resulted in increased security for this race, particularly near the finish line in central park. german officials say they would love to go to russia to question edward snowden. they would like to know exactly how extensive the spying of the national agency was. berlin officials also want snowden to show them the original document the former nsa analysts has leaked. records show the u.s. has speed on leaders of 35 countries, including german's chancellor, angela merkel. one of the original astronauts has been laid to rest, mr. car penaltyter was 88. john glenn, you see there, another mercury 7 members, was among the mourners yesterday. he was the second american to orbit the earth and later had a
successful career as an aquanaut. much has been written about the new subsidized ratesnd the affordable care act but equally important is the insurance that's available to many under this program. michael finney tells us what it takes to qualify. >> she is get hearing blood sugar level checked. this preventative care is something she might not have done in the past. >> i couldn't afford it. it caused a lot of problems in the family because not only me, my family, my husband and kids and my grandson. >> nora is one of an estimated 2 million new patients in california who are now eligible for a med-i-cal. it used to be limited for next before the aboveert level. for a family of four that's
$23,050 or less a year, now med-i-cal has been included to include adults without children and a family of four with income less than $32,500. the chief operating officer for lifelong medical care has 15 health clinics around the bay area. >> this is huge. this is really, really huge. i mean, because there are a lot of people who have not had any way of accessing care at all. >> she said in the past those without health insurance were forced to go to much more expensive emergency rooms where, by law, everyone must be treated. >> so a lot of those people will now be eligible for some type of insurance to help them. mainly med-i-cal. >> to determine your eligibility go to a community health clinic or go to "covercalifornia"
through it's website or hotline. those who don't qualify may qualify for subsidized health insurance through covered california. >> now i really happy because with i will have basically anything. basically everything that the affordable care act has. >> about 26 states, including texas and florida, have decided not to expand their medicaid programs. the u.s. supreme court upheld the legality of the affordable care act but said medicaid is optional. to determine your qualification, i have a link. go to abc7news.com. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. some athletes are now turning down the thermostat to help them recover from their workout. they are using a technology called full body therapy which
employ he is ultracold to affect the body. science reporter carolyn johnson has the details. >> it may look like a sauna but it's actually reverse. a super new treatment known at chiro therapy. the co-owner said the treatment originated in japan in the 1970 for rheumatoid arthritis. this takes skin temperatures down to 30 degrees fahrenheit. so cold they wear protective clothing. >> gloves, socks, underwear and earmuffs. >> like standing outside in the snow with shorts and t third on. it allowed this woman to return to exercise, despite arthritis. >> i'm able to do my water arobics and yoga. >> cold has become a hot topic in sports medicine.
some believe lowering an athletes body immediately after exercise can speed up recover and lessen the pain associated with exercise. but the biology is complicated and there's debate over how different methods of cooling actually effect the body. this therapist has worked with the chamber and said he's seen results. >> we really want to get all that inflammatory processing going and get it moving along and getting it out w the cold it really is it that. >> others are more cautious. he helped develop a twice that drains heats from the palms of athletes hands called core control. it is now commercialized. ice paths can accomplish the same benefits but he's skeptical of the short time used in the sauna. >> just a few minutes in very cold air or gas is not going to do much to lower your body temperature.
>> he does believe the reaction to the short bursts of cold will produce a shock to the systems and supporters believe the body's reaction to that stimulus alone also produce as benefit. >> the body interprets that as pain so to counteract it it releases endorphins. >> the sauna has not been evaluated by the fda and the agency doesn't offer any advice on it's use or effectiveness. carolyn johnson, abc7 news. the cost per treatment ranges from 25 to $65, depending on the number of sessions purchased. ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, you could buy a piece of silicon's valley next big thing. newt way you can become an investor for start-up companies. here's a live look at our roof cam on the first sunday of the month. as we kickoff november, is there
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>> speaking of wine country, some claim there's a worldwide shortage. but analysts say there's no reason for wine lovers to panic. there were 300 million cases made last year. but that's down 5% from the year before. the lowest level since the 1960s. a wine expert says one of the main reasons for the drop is a global consumer shift. >> in the big, old, european wine-producing countries, france, spain, italy, it has been plummeting, but to counteract that in the united
states and china, wine is a desirable hit. >> analysts say production in france and argentina also dropped this year because of the poor weather. it is beginning to look a lot like christmas in chicago where the macy's great tree was lit yesterday. >> one, merry christmas! >> already? that 45-foot tree is cornered with more than 10,000 ornaments. this is the 106th straight year the great tree has been lit in chicago. it signifies the start of the holiday season. so lisa ready or not. >> yeah, i guess so. >> well we are looking at a nice, clear morning, although we do have a bit of a trade-off. the winds in the higher elevations. a little bit of a breeze. you can see the camera shaking, the east bay hills advisory. wind advisory in the north bay hills. it will be a chilly afternoon. i'll have the numbers when we return. >> also ahead, dan boyle returns
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>> we've seen inventors use websites like kickstart to get their products off the ground with success but soon products won't be the only things sold on that site. entrepreneurs cancel you a piece of their company over the internet. jonathan bloom has the story. >> four months ago we started. >> reporter: that's when ej's company took off. he had been making household furniture and small furniture but the dog bowl was an overnight success. he's now telling up to 1,000 a month. >> we need a start-up within a short amount of time and a lot more capital. i've been asking friends and family to support it. >> soon he could have a much wider audience of potential investors, who so could the maker of other specialty products like a folding kayak. instead of just selling their
products online, they cancel a piece of their company. >> this is an exciting time for both the investor, because they have never been able to invest in these kinds of companies. local companies with stories that you care did. >> mark hatch is ceo of tech shop, the ceo of a company. it is a law that would let entrepreneurs to raise money by offering a stake in their startups. they explain via skype. >> pretty much anybody in america who has a retirement portfolio and wants to invest a portion of that in what they think may be the next facebook at a very early stage will be able to do so. >> the new regulations mean it could be a lot he's year for entrepreneurs to bring specialized products like this to market but they also may have to deal with something they have never dealt with before, investor relations. >> once you take equity you have tartmer and you have to manage
that. it becomes an important task. >> the investors get no guarantee. you could lose everybody. that's why they limit the investment to $10,000. he said that's just enough to bring more products to market. >> the small companies are doing remarkable and interesting things. >> a of a comment peer the new law could be finalize o.d by january to take effect in the spring. in san francisco. abc7 news. well, we are starting off a new month and we could use something knew, which would be rain. >> right. we definitely need some rain there. is a slight chance by the end of next weekend. so we've taken it out of the work week forecast. things are continuing to look dry the next several days. a wind advisory up in the north bay. we will look for some of the north west winds to transport not only the cooler air, but a few clouds around today. right now you can see the beginning of sunrise.
in fact, temperatures this morning could be cooler but the atmosphere is well-mixed and the higher-elevation wind make for not bad, not too cool. we could be much cooler. and probably monday morning we will be. 48 in san carlos. good morning san jose. 47 for you. 45 in los gatos and in san francisco 51 degrees. from our sutro tower it's clear and temperatures are mainly in the low 40s in the coolest locations newspaper the north bay. napa. livermore at 46 and concord a cool 42 degrees. here's a look from the roof camera. looks pretty nice out there. the winds not bad in san francisco but higher-elevation win a problem in the north bay. in fact, over the east bay too but the wind advisory still in the north bay hills for the next couple of hours. so cooler and breezy today. the official sunrise 6:38. sun sets at 5:09. we are looking at a shorter day and the cooler temperatures. hilltop winds right now, down in
the south bay gusts to 27 miles an hour. mt. tam was up to 18 miles an hour. atlas peak 22 miles an hour winds each eventually these winds allowing for the cooler air to be transported across much of the state. so the brief little trough is pushed on through ask northwest winds throughout the afternoon. we will keep the numbers below average today and tomorrow. we are talking just 50s and 60s. so the first half of the day will be clear. then you will notice by the afternoon a few clouds entering the picture. with northwest winds it will be cool, especially over the hills where the winds will maintain probably a 15 to 25 miles an hour breeze. so get ready for that and also the chillier temperatures in the mountains. which we could add some snowpack to this. right now waking up to about 30-degree temperature in the sierra nevada with 49 later on today in lake tahoe. and fresno 70 degrees. cool down there as well.
temperatures along the coast, just in the 50s. look for partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies today. richmond 63. head over the hills and not much warming. in fact, at least five to seven degrees cooler than yesterday. 68 livermore. 67 in san jose. and philadelphia in town this afternoon. temperatures at about 1:00 around 60 degrees. it will be breezy, low 60s throughout the afternoon. accuweather seven-day forecast. no change tomorrow. just some chilly nights ahead, more sunshine. slowly warming temperatures tuesday, wednesday. and then we will cool it back with extra clouds and rain thursday and friday and maybe into next weekend. >> maybe? >> maybe. >> all right. let's check out sports. you talked about the raiders. they take center stage in the bay area this afternoon with the 49ers off this weekend. the silver and black hosts the philadelphia eagles at the coliseum with a chance to get to .500 on the year. kickoff 1:05.
yesterday cal tried to win their first pac-12 game of the year against arizona. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. the cal bears looked like they might break their six-game losing streak yesterday hosting arizona, but it was not to be. this is becoming a long season for cal players, coaches and fans. learning a lot in this season. goes one way and to kenny. 17 yards for his first career touchdown. cal down 5 at the half. third quarter, lawler makes the spectacular catch. but right before the quarter ends, bj with his third rushing touchdown of the game. denker, 262 yards in the air, 44 on the ground. cal falls to 1-8. 0-6 in pac-12 play with the loss to arizona. >> losing is the worst feeling of and even though i had three touchdowns, i fell good about
it, but i would have melt even better if we had the win. >> you know, he's been up and done the whole year. he's come into his own now and made three great plays for me and that's what he's been doing all year in practice and we finally got a shout out there today and he took advantage. >> san jose state and unlv. thirst quarter, 13 yards. jones gets his foot down. 7-0, spartans. later in the quarter, halloween is over but san jose still had tricks up their sleeves. the hand-off to preman. throws it 30 yards to kyle. 1-0. spar continues improve 205-3 with the victory. >> the warriors wrapping up their california tour last night against sacramento. they beat the lakers at home, lost to the clippers in l.a. and took care of the kings last night at oracle. they fired up the troops in the pregame huddle. great sequence to close out the first. country to greene. he drains the three with two seconds left. and mclemore answers just
beyond half-court. and curry put on the show. shakes and bakes. pulls up and knocks down the three-pointer. 14 points 9 assists in the half. and curry feeds klay thompson. he hits the three. clay had 17 first-half points. the splash brothers loving it. and he continues to light up. another three. the start of a 15-0 run for the warriors. they run the kings out are of. oracle winning 98-87. dan boyle back in the lineup. you see him taken off the stretch on a stretcher and missioned seven games. 36 seconds into the game the shot under boyle's stick and in. 1-0, coyotes. shark tie it in the second. joe pavelski nips it. sixth of the year. 1-16 game. still in the second sharks on the power play. boyle goes high glove on mike smith, second of the year. sharks 50 shots. the game won't a shootout with vermette wins it there. sharks lose to the shootout in the second straight game, 3-2,
your final. >> third round of the shawn cup. a little foggy yesterday. kenny perry had to finish in the top five to have a shot. he gets to 7-under. and bernard has to win and are perry win the top five. third shot. but fred couples having his way. four birdies on the day, including this one. he's 15-under. five shots off on that's the way the ball bounces. see you again at five. have a great day. >> up next, a ride through history. why muni is running street cars that date back to t
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muni brought out street cars and buses dating back to 1896. the public can catch a ride on the same streetcar used when grover cleveland was president. muni also displayed its newest edition to the f car fleet. the open top boat tram will operate during good weather only. up next on the abc7 sunday morning news at six. a scare at sfo. why police boarded a plane and took a passenger into custody. and how half a dozen kids got lost at an east bay park and had to be rescued.
>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 3rd. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, good morning to you. the winds are a little breezy in the hills. but we are clear this morning. not tracking any rain. as we go through the next couple of hours, we are looking at still cool temperatures. in fact, numbers have dropped into the 30s for parts of our north bay valleys around napa.