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>> good morning, everyone, it's 6:00 a.m. on saturday. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. >> sunrise at 6:446789 we could see some dense fog. we are looking at some fog already in santa rosa. here's a live shot from the exploratorium camera. here downtown near 50 degrees. we have plenty of 30s in the north bay and at the coast this morning. it is cool. watch out for those areas of dense fog. otherwise 30s and 40s as you head on out through the 7:00 hour. then by noontime everyone into
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the 60s. we will have numbers in the 60s at the coast. but beyond that in the east bay, in fact, we are looking at about 70 today in oakland is numbers climb through the low 70s in the valleys of the north bay and the east bay. dropping quickly underneath the clear skies. but changes arrive at early as sunday and maybe a little rain for monday. we will have that forecast and a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up. katie. >> lisa, thank you. and we have developing news, typhoon haiyan is sweeping across southeast asia and the latest death toll is the storm has killed at least 1200 people. the massive typhoon that is the equivalent of a level 5 hurricane is devastating philippines. we have more on how the bay area's filipino community is dealing with the dead le storm.
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>> images of typhoon haiyan is frightening. she's been keeping track of her family. >> i was tracking them on facebook. she was able to contact her niece and the storm didn't do much damage to her family's commune. haiyan was powerful and blew through quickly. >> they said the storm traveled like a lamb burr gene any or something like that. fast. >> it's not clear if her flight there will be affected. terry is the dean of research at the california academy of science. he's also heading to the philippines this weekend. he's concerned about friends. >> i kept thinking of all the coastal communities where i had been working, and various islands that were in the path and all of the people who i care very deeply about. >> across the bay area, local filipino community centers have been taking up collections to help those devastated by the storm. >> we figure by concentrating on
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monetary donations and giving them to our partner organizations, they know what to do with the money. >> project percent will be having a fundraiser this sunday. abc news. >> if you would like to help those affected by the storm. go to our website abc7 and click on "see it on tv." we have links on local organizations that are putting together relieve efforts. meanwhile, preparations are underway in vietnam ahead of the storm. it's like a category 4 storm. residents living in the northeastern part of the country have stacked stand bags and tied down tin roofs. officials have ordered more than 500,000 people to leave their homes ahead of the storm. the coverage continues on our website, facebook page and twitter. follow us there on abc7 news bay area. police have announced arrests in connection with the robbery of a middle school student in antioch. now the victim's mother is speaking out, saying the crime could have been prevented. abc7 news reporter alan wang has the latest. >> i was like, oh, my god. >> this woman's son is a student
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at black diamond middle school and even though two deer valley high school students have been arrested for robbing her son with a gun, she's still afraid to reveal her family's identity, especially her son's. >> he said this time he showed his gun. i could here his voice crack so i knew he was upset. >> five high school students surrounded her 13-year-old son at this bus stop in antioch. >> and then he said give me all of your money and then he pulled up his shirt and showed him the gun. >> the boy's mother said the boy who had the gun threatened to kill her son two weeks ago. she's upset the suspect is in school one day after her son was robbed. >> they should have immediately sent out some type of alert over the tone to the other parents so the other parents can know the situation. what if it's another colorado school shooting? then what. >> no trains the middle school or high school have been
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notified. the school district will only say it's working closely with police. in antioch, allen wang, abc news. >> there will be demonstrations throughout the bay area to protest the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy by the police andy lopez was killed while holding a toy ak-47. his rights have filed a lawsuit against the sheriff's department and the deputy. today' demonstrations begin today at 1:00. that's in oakland, san francisco and santa rosa. and there will also be demonstrationings in los angeles and sacramento. another demonstration is planned for today to protest remarks made on the late night show "jimmy kimmel live." protesters held a march late last month over a segment in which a child joked about killing the people of china to help erase the u.s. debt. chinese-american activists are calling for jimmy kimmel to be fired. our network, abc, has since apologized for the segment. today's protest is from noon to two in front of city hall. >> antioch police shot and killed a pit bull they say tried to attack them during a call
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yesterday. our media partner, the contra costa times, said it happened yesterday when police were responding to a domestic abuse. they said as they tried to make an arrest, a dog charged them. an officer fired and no one else was hurt. >> the search is on for someone who tried to steal a puppy during a carjacking. someone contacted the victim to purchase the the dog. they met him at the zoo on october 28th. the victims were trying to sell the 9 week old pom rainian dog. the man was holding the dog when they pulled a gun and they feared for their lives, left the dog and drove off. >> there's a strong show of support in the east bay for a teenager who was set on fire on monday. in oakland, people are putting up rainbow ribbons on bus stops along the 17th mcarthur line
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to recognize the boy. the 18-year-old was set on fire while wearing a skirt on an a. c. transit bus. asia does not identify as a male or female which led to a hate crime. the parents are supportive. >> they are very supportive of sasha. they have been doing a lot of e-mails and sending their best wishes. we can't wait until sasha gets back to us. >> a neighbor shared his video he took on his cell phone monday with abc7 news. it shows the emergency response. suspect, 16-year-old richard thomas, will be tried as an adult and he faces hate crime charges. >> many felt an earthquake last night but there are no reports of damage. crews are getting the upper
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hand on a fire burning in lake county. flames destroyed an outbuilding and burned more than 150 acres. the fire does continue to threaten about a dozen other structures in the area but it is now 30% contained. the fire broke out just before 2:00 p.m. yesterday. it is burning east of highway 29 near the town of lower lake. >> 6:08 now. lisa keeping an eye on the forecast. >> yeah. we may see a little fog early, otherwise it's very clear. see here from our shot, our exploratorium camera. temperatures are mild, near 50. offshore wind, as well. we are looking for another mild to warm day today. but changes, subtle changes for the weekend. i'll have your forecast when we return. >> thanks, lisa. also next how smartphones and tablets may be contributing to a growing eyesight problem in our kids. and plunging to earth. when a satellite the size of a
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welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at >> #* traffic is now to blame for preventing a police special unit from responding to the deadly navy yard shooting in washington, d.c. twelve people were killed in the september massacre. there were reports the containment emergency response team pulled back after arriving. but an investigation found the team couldn't even get close to
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the scene because of all the emergency vehicles. officials say it's unclear if the outcome would have been different if the team was able to respond. new this morning, hawaii is one step closer to legalizing same-sex marriage. the state house of representatives passed the marriage equality act late yesterday. amendments were added to protect clergy and religious since -- institutions that choose not to provide wedding goods or services to same-sex couples. it is headed to the senate where it is expected to pass and if approved it will go into effect early next month. >> knew this morning, something for parents. an emeryville company is volley recalling some of its baby food products. plum organic is recalling pouch products in it's baby stage 2 top mish-mash and kids lines. the company said a manufacturing defect may cause spoiling of the product and cause the package to swell. the recalled products have best buy dates ranging from august 5
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to december 8 of 2014. for more information, including the specific lot numbers, go to our website, and once you are there click on "see it on tv." the explosion of mobile computers is impacting the lives of a generation of children and also possibly taking a follow on possibly taking a toll on their eyesight. experts at u.c. berkeley are concerned enough they have opened a special center to tackle the problem. we have the details. >> like her classmates, she likes to play games on her i-phone. >> almost everybody who has a smartphone has games on it. >> coupled with her love of reading, she spends a significant amount of time in front of printed pages and small screens. it's a trend that university researcher christine wilson now believes is taking a toll on an eyesight of a generation, leading to a generation of myopia, or nearsightedness. >> with the students in my lab
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right now, there are very few non-myopia students. >> i'm going to test your vision. >> in fact, she's already been diagnosed with myopia. the problem is so prevalent the university of california has opened a dedicated myopia control clinic at the university of open tom try. one of the goals is to spot and treat near sightedness in the young patients. >> usually if we find early on set, anyone starting developing it before age 10. >> she said young patients are particularly vulnerable because their eyes are still developing. in her case dr. liu is using a corrective device lens. it's called an orthocoratology lens. it's a contact lens worn by patients while sleeping to flatten the center of the myopia. >> they have clear vision electricity molding effect of the lenses and at the same time they benefit from the myopia
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design as well. >> she said she's lenses and other new technologies that slow the progression significantly but the problem is still growing. one study found it is twice as prevalent among young adults compared to the elderly. doctors at the berkeley clinic also counsel families about the need to break up sessions spent with electronic devices and even books. >> usually the rule of thumb for a reading distance would be an hour reading requires ten minute break. >> it's advice the family is already taking to part. -- to heart. they have already instituted a system to ration the overall-time their kids spend on smartphones and computer screens. >> we try to give it as a reward. a limited time. >> carolyn johnson, abc7 news. >> a bright meteor lit up the bay area sky last night. take a look. ray chavez snapped these
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pictures from san lorenzo. it's the third night in a row large meteors were spotted. right now we are in the middle of a meteor shower. it. a satellite the size of a volkswagen van is on its way back down-to-earth and is expected to crash land sometime soon. we have the story. >> the european space agency go chase satellite was launched in 2008 to chart the earth's gravitational field but it ran out of fuel. it will come crashing back back down to earth the next few days. >> when they run out of fuel ask can no longer give themselves periodic kicks to stay in orbit of, they begin to slowly drop. >> jeff is a senior astronomer in mountain view. he and his colleagues research life in the universe. they said the go chase satellite will continue to drop until it plunges into the earth's atmosphere.
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pieces of the satellite will begin to burn up and essentially become astroids, but a couple hundred pounds will land back on earth. he said it isn't likely anybody will be struck by a piece of the satellite. >> most of the earth is covered by water so chances are it will land in the water. >> tom is one of the visitors. his assumption is spot on. >> the chances are no one will see, it it will land in the ocean and nobody will notice except a few fish. >> the european space agency said the satellite should re-enter the atmosphere sunday or early monday. >> the upon lar sandcastle competition at ocean beach will get underway in a few hours now. this is a youtube video of last years' competition. local architects and construction workers will join more than 20 local elementary
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schools. this year's theme is masterpiece in sand. more than half the money from the contest goes toward l.e.a.p. a youth advocacy organization. i have only seen them on tv. i might have to check them out in person. >> aren't they always masterpieces in sand? so cool. >> yes. >> and a nice day to be at the beach? >> another dry day. the weekend, we will probably not see any rain at all and i'll tell you why in a moment. we are look at, you can see the clear sky. very little ground fog up to the north. novato, santa rosa. but everyone is cooler and that's due to the radiational cooling and the overabundance of no in suelation. usually we get that with the fog. we are looking at mt. tam where we are seeing the beautiful sunrise. 6:44 the official sunrise. some fog could formby the sunrise. it's a mild 66 degrees in san francisco. 43 redwood city and 44 los gatos. a chilly 47 half moon bay a gorgeous start to your weekend.
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36 santa rosa and 38 napa, more 30s in novato and fog from a quarter to mile and a half visibility here. be careful. a little breezy in the upper elevations. mid-40s in concord. livermore coming in at 46 degrees. temperatures this morning are cooler pretty much everywhere from a degree to anyone degrees cooler from this time yesterday. as you head on out to morning you may need another layer. oakland seven degrees cooler. you are going for a high today of 70 degrees and finally from our emeryville camera this is the way it looks right now with some clear sky but we aren't ruling out some areas of dense fog this morning. otherwise sunny and mild today. southerly winds return tonight. that will allow for the fog tomorrow and a slightly cooler afternoon for sunday. this will hold true again for the holiday on monday. and a weak weather system may bring us a slight chance of a shower monday into tuesday. the latest on high noon haiyan showing it is still a very strong system.
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when it hit yesterday, a category 5 with winds anywhere from 150 to 170 miles an hour. as it continues to make landfall, reform in the south china sea, it will hit north of vietnam. we are looking at winds up to 120 miles an hour as a category 3 later on today. and by monday it weakens further with 40 miles an hour winds. over 1200 people lives have been taken due to that system. high pressure once again does not want to budge around the west coast. so that allows for no big changes for the weekend. there's an upper level system that will drop to the south. tas does that , whether get a wind shift and that will allow for more in the way of low fog and clouds. a slightly cooler day. i wish it would budge that ridge to the east and allow some of the rainfall our way. only a piece of energy may head our way, allowing for maybe a slight chance of showers monday and tuesday. here come the change with some low clouds and a return to some
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cooler numbers around sunday. five or six degrees cooler as we head into monday. 72 san jose with 71 in sunnyvale. los gatos 74. 69 san mateo, mid-61s and sunny skies at the coast. 67 downtown. temperatures in the north bay pretty mild. low 71s should do it with afternoon highs over into the east bay ranging from 69 berkeley. 72 union city and low 70s around pittsburgh and livermore. accuweather even day forecast, slightly cooler. slight chance of showers late monday, veteran's day and into tuesday. abc7 news has another great weather resource four to f live doppler 7hd on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions rain or shine, bus get video forecasts, spare the aalerts, power out knowledge info and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. a little chance of rain. >> thank you, lisa. next, halloween leftovers.
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>> we are joined live from new york to tell us what is coming up live on "good morning america." good morning. >> break news. we have a verdict in a sensational trial of a suburban doctor accused of murdering his beauty queen wife in the bathtub of their family homes.
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his own daughters fought for years to bring his father to justice. we know know the outcome. full coverage ahead. a strange but strange security breach at the total airport. a man in his 20s caught after bolting through a tsa checkpoint and running down a con course on to the tarmac. the full details on the bizarre case ahead. and new developments in the miami dolphins bullying scandal. while richie incognito is talking to reports. and putting a man in manicure. the new salons that offering pampering in a, quote, unquote, man cave environment. will men really flock to get their cuticles trimmed? i think it's the next bachelor party destination but no one believes me. >> can women go too? because i think that looks really nice. >> i know. let's do it.
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>> thanks. see you at 7. >> see ya. halloween is long over, but some halloween leftovers are going to good use in oakland. animals at the oakland zoo are getting some sweet treats thanks to thousands of leftover pumpkins. trek loads of donations from local pumpkin patches are arriving this week. they are not just for eating. pumpkins are also being used as food containers for the animals, puzzles for the cats and the tigers enjoy tearing them apart as much as they do eating them. >> and up next, why hillary clinton is making a stop in the bay area. and a new plan to dramatically increase the number of disabled parking spaces. why many a
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step two, baconated cheese for awesome. step three, get ready to wow. step four... mmmmm. ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. make the holidays pop. 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! back. welcome back. we are starting with a quick look at the weather. here's lisa argen. >> good morning, everyone. we are starting out with a little fog. mile and a quarter up in the north bay visibility. and everyone is cooler, as much
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as 9 degrees cooler this morning, half moon bay. 37 for you, 50 in san francisco. 46 in not only livermore but san jose. we are looking at plenty of sunshine today. temperatures once again not far off from yesterday's reading. so this ridge of high pressure still in control for the first half of the weekend. upper 60s to near 70 around the bay. with the coast coming in once again in the 60s with some sun. we are back into the low 70s for most neighborhoods inland. cooling coming our way tomorrow. a chance of showers in the long-range forecast. i'll have that in a few minutes. katie. >> thank you. we are following developing news in napa county. southbound lanes ever highway 29 are blocked due to a fatal accident. it happened south of calistoga just after 4:00 this morning. one person was killed and two other people had to be rescued from a vehicle by emergency crews. the cause of the accident is under investigation. just learning now the lanes have
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reopened but a fatal accident there in napa. new this morning, president obama is commemorating veteran's day weekend by thanking the men and women who have worn this country's uniform. in his weekly address he said he's proud of veterans and he feels america's gratitude should extend beyond saying thank you. >> president obama: i often said my top priority is growing the economy, creating jobs and security for the middle class. part of that is making sure every veteran has every chance to share in the opportunity that he or she has helped defend. in addition to the care and benefits they have earned, including good mental healthcare to stay strong, that means a good job, a good education, and a home to call their own. the president says he will do everything possible to ensure veterans sacrifices will always be honored. happening today, former secretary of state hillary
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clinton will be in the bay area for several events. she'll give a speech mascone center and hurry supporters will be outside urging her to run in the 2016 presidential election. later this evening she will hold a fundraiser with daughter chelsea clinton at the regional ballroom to benefit the clinton foundation. new details about the mysterious google barge that stopped at treasure island. documents reveal when it's done it will feature giant sails and move from port to port. abc7 news reporter lilian kim has the story from treasure island. >> reporter: the artist's renderings don't seem to disappoint. people we talk to are giving the barge a thumbs-up. it will give a new look to the bay. >> documents said when it is done the barge will be an unprecedented artistic structure flanked by sails that look like fish fins. the 50-foot tall, 250-foot long floating studio will be moored at various spots in the bay for a month at a time to be used as
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an interactive space where people can learn about google products. >> it's a showcase. a floating museum for google it tie tech stuff. >> it includes several san francisco piers. angel eye land, redwood city and rosie national park in richmond. it may also travel to other west coast ports. but when exactly is anyone's guess. they say google hasn't applied for permits yet and work at treasure island appears to be at a standstill. and then the question if they build it, will they come? >> it looks interesting. >> usually when i'm on this path i'm exercising and that's my focus. i'm not trying to stop and relax or anything like that. >> despite what some people may think about it now, they promise it will be a unique addition to the water front. lilian kim, abc7 news. caltran is expect to begin the demolition of the old eastern span of the bay bridge
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on tuesday. crews will begin by rye moving 1400 pete of the upper deck cantilever section. that will take about six weeks. next year crews will take down the steel and that involves cutting the cantilever section in half. it will take three years and cost $240 million. if you think it's hard to find a parking spot in san francisco, consider what it's like for disabled people. now there's a new plan to ease the shortage of disabled parking spaces, but not everyone is on board. abc7 news transportation reporter heather ishimaru explains. >> the transit first city of san francisco is aiming to reduce parking generally, but will be asked to increase it for disabled drivers who say not all of them can take transit and they need more. a lot more. nearly 500 more handicapped spaces for starters. >> we have more people aging into disability. we have more people with disabilities living longer. so it's just a need in general. >> right now placard holders can park for free and with no time limits at the blue zones and at regular meters.
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placard misuse by those who don't need them is rampant. there's 23 spots on this block in chinatown. this afternoon 19 were filled with cards with handicapped placards. there's a medical center on that block, but a woman who works at an adjacent building and does not want to be identified, she doesn't think it's patients parking because those cars are there all day. >> i want to be charitable. but the fact is there is simply not enough parking and there's not enough turnover for everybody. >> right. >> and there's no enforcement. >> a special mayor's committee will be asking the city and the state to add 470 new blue zones. a 70% increase. to improve enforcement, put reasonable time limits more placard parking and remove the meter exemption. committee member paul said the recommendations include asking the dmv to link placard numbers to a digital photo of the placard holder.
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>> they can quickly scan the number and if they see my name and you are getting out of the car, they know something is wrong right away. >> the board will vote november 19th to supervisors on the 25th. they could encounter pressure from the able-bodied who think there must be a enter solution. -- a better solution. >> you can't find parking whether you are handicapped or not. >> if the city goes for it, the state will have to consider changes at the dmv. heather ishimaru, abc7 news. a church in san leandro is digging deep after thieves stole the food that had been donated for thanksgiving. members faith fellowship church are reaching into their pockets again. they already donated enough to feed 60 to 180 families this thanksgiving but last week someone cut a lock and chain on the building and made off with the majority of the food. the good thing is we announced to our congregation that it has been stolen and they have really bounced back to support the families and started donating even more than before, which is a if if thing to see
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everyone rally together. >> church leaders say they aren't looking for anyone to be arrested or brought to justice. they just want to feed the needy this thanksgiving. >> the need for help is greater than of this holiday season. yesterday hundreds of people waited in lines for hours to sign up for the annual sacred heart community service food and toy giveaway. first people arrived at 3:00 in the afternoon on thursday. more than 150 volunteers registered clients who will be able to pick up their food and toys before thanksgiving and christmas. they are having to choose between essentials. so one of the reasons why we give out food is we never want people to choose to not feed their children. >> we sing praises to sacred heart and to others who donate to the community. it helps me so much to have something, a tradition over the years for thanksgiving dinner. sacred heart needs more donations of food or toys. if you can help go to a. bc7 and click on see it on tv.
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>> coming up and next on abc7 saturday morning news, the greenpeace ship that's now in san francisco. it's the group's greenest ever, but it has another unique purpose. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. i'm actually just looking at a wheat from the golden gate bridge about how they will be talking on the 15th about a possible toll increase there. looks like a beautiful day shaping up. shaping up. you got to love the weekend. it's like everyone came to, "if it's good, let's save it for the weekend." so here's to the kfc ten buck weekend bucket. ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good.
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nzto those who've been denied ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at >> welcome back. greenpeace's greenest ship is on display in san francisco. the rainpo warrior is the first large ship built just for green peace. they will use it for excursion and for confronting environmental offenders. they often put themselves at risk on these missions. yesterday they had video of people taken in, being held for piracy by russia.
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>> we need to put our liberty on the line sometimes and make a stand for what we are doing. i certainly don't want to go to prison, but i feel like we have to do what we can to make people listen. the rainbow warrior is carrying banners supporting the arctic 30. the ship will be open to the public this weekend. it's docked at san francisco's pier 15 next to the exploratorium. 6:42 now. lisa argen is keeping track of the forecast for us. i don't know about all this heat lake in september. >> so far it's just the fog. here from mt. tam a clear and cool start. fog in the north bay but we are looking at maybe a little bit of rain coming our way. i will show that to you when we return. >> that sounds good. thank you, lisa. also next, the warriors face the spurs in san antonio without steph curry, a place where they
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investors. on television the pitches last just minutes. >> this is where you control the room. >> but in reality, behind the scenes, each nervous pitch can take an hour to film. >> how far behind are we? >> with the drew often taping 11 pitches in one day. for the first time there are two females sharks in the tank at the same time. >> we shop for our families. we buy this stuff. we are going to help the entrepreneurs because we are smart and know what works and what doesn't. >> i think we may be gentler or kinder to them. >> after the hugs the sharks are also allowed to pull out of some deals when they finally look at the bookkeeping. >> they forgot to tell us they owed $1 million in tax or the wife really owns the company. if someone comes in and scams us, i'm out. >> we did see a softer side to the sharks. and it turns out they have dinner together. >> if i drank the wine that mark cuban ordered, i would go blind. >> i have boxes from college i'm still drinking from. to me that's aged wine.
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>> but for all of them, this is business. and it's sink or swim for every entrepreneur that dives in. >> if you can make it in the "shark tank," you can make it anywhere. "shark tank" airs on friday night at 9:00 p.m. here on abc7. if you are headed to the newest casino this weekend you might want to leave early. the chp is telling drivers to expect heavy traffic at the casino over the three-day veteran's day weekend. the chp warns traffic traveling to the parking lot on golf course drive west may back up into surrounding intersections. they said they will have additional officer on duty to respond to congested areas. the $820 million casino just opened on tuesday. drawing a lot of people there. is it an indoor weekend, outdoor weekend? >> unfortunately can't get any rain in here burks we are
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looking at a slight chance. i will show that to you in a few minutes. right now it's mainly clear skies. a little bit of fog. the national weather service there. cool temperatures from mt. tam. sun officially up four minutes ago. no filters here. this is just the way it is around here. 50 in san francisco, 46 in san jose with 44 in los gatos, 39 half moon bay. i hate to move on. which we could city on that picture. sutro tower this morning, it's clear. san francisco is at 50 degrees. but look at the numbers in the north bay. only 36 in santa rosa. 37 in novato. we've had anywhere from a mild to a quarter mile visibility from santa rosa and napa. livermore is at 47 degrees. we are definitely cooler this morning. the skies have stayed clear all night long for most of you, and that's why it was seven degrees cooler temperature in oakland and half moon bay.
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it feels a little nip by out there but we will make up for the distance and allow for a pretty nice afternoon. lake tahoe in the 20s. dense patches of fog, otherwise sunny and clear. more clouds on monday. there's some rain offshore on monday. we will show it to you. but it's all about high pressure. a big ridge of high pressure that continues to dominate much of the west coast, keeping the storms in the north. so for today and tomorrow, the changes that come will be in the way of a wind shift. that allows for more fog. here's the setup. as we throw through 7:00 tomorrow evening you can see the fog at the san mateo coast. look what happens the rest of the day. we are looking at low clouds and mid-level clouds for monday. 3:00 in the afternoon you can see kind of cloudy out there. look what happens early tuesday morning. there's a little bit of rain offshore. here we are up in sonoma county. 5:00 tuesday morning and there's a line of showers here. now we don't expect it all to
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hold together, but still keeping the chance of rain with us monday night through tuesday. then it pushes to the east and we will look for a stronger ridge of high pressure to build in behind that. 72 today in concord underneath sunny skies, as well as fremont and san jose. 70 richmond with temperatures in the mid-and upper 60s san francisco. half moon bay look for 66 with upper 60s around santa cruz. tomorrow we are looking at another sunny afternoon with a few high clouds. mid-and upper 60s for the niners. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a few degrees of cooling tomorrow, more clouds and a slight chance of showers comes in late monday into tuesday for veteran's day. tuesday afternoon sunny conditions and then the winds pick up. we are warmer and sunnier wednesday, thursday, friday. >> lisa, thanks very much. in sports, cal and san jose state both at home today. cal plays usc at noon at
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memorial stadium and tonight sjsu faces san diego state at spartan stadium at 7:30. tonight the warriors close out their four-game road trip in memphis following last night's tight game in san antonio. we have the story in sports. >> good morning, everybody. the warriors rested steph curry last night in san antonio. he's ailing with a bone bruise on his left ankle. probably cost them the game because this was an ugly defensive grind. curry merely a spectator in a rematch of last year's playoff series. nice ball movement here. shot only 41 percent from the field, it the warriors. and the drive. the other tony kept golden state in the game. tony douglas. that should have been a four point play there. he led everyone with 21 points. vintage parker, can't go left and hit the jump shot. he will knock it down every time. warriors with a chance tie. down 2. final seconds, andre, and it rolls off.
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76-74, spurs, and warriors are in memphis tonight. we will see if steph goes. and ready for not. college hoop season is already here. stanford opening with the bison of bucknell. pick it up in the first half. bucknell won 28 games last season. a lot of new players. dwight powell for stanford. he's 6'10". the spin move. that's remarkable. second half. powell with the dish. with jason randall. big guy with the little guy. bucknell hanging around. long rebound in the hands of stephen casper, who drills the three. suddenly a one-point game late but the cardinals, anthony brown from downtown to win their opener, 72-68. do you remember this shot of mike montgomery smiling? it's rare. cal and cop in state. a dunkathon for the bears. justin cobbs with authority. the lob city play there. byrd, a freshman out of
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richmond. his first hoop as a golden bear. all night he had 14 points. tyrone wallace, monster game. he had 20 points. finishing with flare here. cal wins their opener 83-64. college football. louisville and uconn. tim boyle intend for shaw keep philips. tipped six times by three players before settling into the hands of terrell floyd for the touchdown. i think that's worth another look here. watch it tipped. this is a hot potato game here. and the cardinals beat the huskies 31-10. lots of college football this morning. you can watch kansas state and texas tech at 9:00 a.m. on abc7 live well network. digital channel 7.2. comcast channels 195 and 715. and 12:30 nebraska and michigan. 5:00 notre dame versus pitt and i'll have the highlights on "after the game."
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that's around 8:30 p.m.. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> the weekend in which trekkies have been waiting. we will tell you which star trek icon will be appearing at the official convention being [s[man] no one told her,right?a. [son]hi! [mom screams]
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mega-millions draw. >> tuesday night's jackpot now grows to $132 million. bay area trekkies get your costumes ready. the star trek convention is finally here. it began yesterday and it continues through the weekend at the hyatt regency in burlingame. william shatner, who played the legendary captain kirk, is set to make an appearance. there will also be appearance by the stars of "deep space 9" and "star trek, the next generation." the convention will feature a special exhibit hall. both star trek collectibles and autographs and photo ops there. lisa argen can't wait to get there. >> we are looking at some nice conditions this afternoon if you like it sunny and mild. 70 oakland, 72 in fremont with 74 in morgan hill. but we could see maybe a
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sprinkle come monday night into tuesday. that's the holiday. the abc news weather seven-day forecast shows partly cloudy skies, a little cooler tomorrow and we will look for the coolest day monday and tuesday. then we are back to an offshore flow and the ridge rebuilds. our only chance of rain coming in monday night, tuesday. >> lisa, thank you. thanks all of you for joining us on the abc7 saturday morning news. abc7 news continues at 8 :00 a.m. "good morning america" is next.
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