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investigation. law enforcent told cnn they went through the i'ms fast as they could but found only personal message order duplicates of e-mail they had already seen. now the fbi considers the probe to be finished. sergio is live with reaction. >> reporter: it has now been more than a week since the fbi director first sent that letter to members of congress, saying that his agents had found e-mails that may be linked to secretary of state hillary clinton's private e-mail server. and as you mentioned, now he is saying there's nothing new in e-mails. the first letter rattled the clinton campaign, sending poll numbers numbers into a tail spin. many race watcher say it's a big reason why some many states have near rowed, with clinton's campaign losing pace with donald trump. eric is a clinton supporter and says today's letter from the fbi
director guess a long way to provide some relief for voters who were wondering what clinton's candidacy. >> it was confuse knowinger 11 days but i'm grateful they worked quickly and have cleared secretary clinton as hey did in july and now time to move on. >> you in the, mishandling classified information is a crime. and hillary clinton just -- remember what we know. hillary clinton said that she never sent or received any classified information and the director of the fbi told the congress, classified information was sent. >> reporter: that as run vice presidential candidate governor mike peps, speaking to an audience in north carolina, just after the fbi director's letter was released. donald trump just spoke in michigan. he told an audience there, he is skeptical of this latest message from the fbi director. he says he does not believe fbi
agents were able to go through so many e-mails so quickly and with less than two days until voting day, a lot of clinton supporters are still critical of the fbi director, saying that first letter didn't need to be sent, and this second letter is basically proof of that. reporting live, abc7 news. >> thank you. here's an indication of how much the world is watching this election. the dollar strengthened against japan's yen and the frank. markets favor clinton as she poses less risk. the announcement comes as thousands of poll workers across the nation get ready for election day. cornell bernard is live at city hall in san francisco with a look at the effort. >> reporter: we saw a big crowd here today, early voting reaching a crescendo here at san francisco city'll. it's dressed in red, white and blue. also more reaction to the
clinton e-mail investigation. now closed. >> how ready for election day. >> i am. bring it on. >> hundred's poll worker are getting last, minute instructions before showtime on november 8th. the crowds for early voting have been huge at city hall. 18-year-old will is voting for the first time. >> i feel like i finally have a say in the process of this country and i feel like i can tackle situation now and feel like i have leverage. >> sever thousand people have voted this weekend alone and had to make extra room. >> we expected to get this sort of turnout so the tripled the size of our operation here. the footprint is much bigger, more stations, more people, more voting booths. >> earlier the better. >> volunteers at hillary clinton campaign headquarters in san francisco are calling voters in battleground states. urging them to vote. >> i think the main message is channeling the anxiety that a lot of us are feeling into something productive. >> volunteers reacting to news that hillary clinton was cleared by fbi director james comey
regarding her e-mail probe. >> i feel very relieved but to be honest up surprised. i think it was an unfortunate move that comey decided to go forward with the second investigation. >> please remember to vote for ton nadal on november 8th. >> in trump supporters are calling voters in swing state. >> i think he's going to win. >> she questions the timing of director comey's decision not to re-open the clinton e-mail case. >> i'm not sure if it will make any difference but i'm sure he made that decision under pressure from his superiors. >> you think so in. >> i think so. >> a pivotal election to be decided. don't forget to make your voice count. in san francisco, abc7 news. ♪ ♪ >> the stars continue to come out for hillary clinton, stevie wonder and lebron james joined her at rallies today. jay-z, beyoncé and katy perry
joined her his week end and tomorrow night in philadelphia, bruce springsteen and jon bon jovi will perform, we hear from man whoa was detained at a trump rally in reno, force thing secret service to rush the candidate off stage. last month trump spotted the man in the crowd and at the protester said people started to grab the sign and when they couldn't get it, they started to attack him. >> somebody yelled somebody about a gun and so that where things got out of hand. people are just kicking me, grabbing my arms, testing them, and finally i'm very thankful for the law enforcement who was able to quickly come because had the not been there, it's possible that these people could have strangled me. >> the protester with not face charges. he said his social and political ideals side with republicans but he doesn't side with trump and believes trump is dangerous for the country. if state attorney general kamala harris meets loretta
sanchez in the u.s. senate, governor brown will have to appoint somebody to serve out her term. both houses of the state legislature would have to have a majority approval of brown's pick. >> we have a full set of voting resources at abc7 news.com/politics. click on the icon, your voice, your vote, voters edge election guide and enter your address. other news now. new details on the fallout from a deadly charter bus crash near palm springs. 13 people, including the bus driver, died last month while on their way back to los angeles area from a casino. "the los angeles times" reportss the bus company was covered by a five million $insurance liable policy. the minimum require under a federal law that dates back to 1982. experts say it's not nearly enough to cover the 43 passengers onboard. it hasn't gone up despite
considerable inflation. two families have already filed wrongful death lawsuits against the bus company and estate of the driver. in san mateo county, fisherman died after he was swept out to sea. it happened this morning south of the pigeon point lighthouse. the man climbed up on some rocks to fish. when a wave swept him off his feet into the water. crews found his body 70 feet from the surfline. a firefighter suffered a back sprain. in the south bay the chp says man who as street racing died when his car went out of control and was pinned between a tree and a wall. the crash happened this afternoon in santa clara. witness says the man was racing another driver and both were going more than 100-miles-an-hour. the chp is liking for the driver of a silver acura tl or tsx model similar to one thursday these pictures on the screen. it had a sun roof. coming up at 6:00, space ex is going back into space.
why scientists are confident they won't see the same problem that brought down this rock in september. an effort to unravel a mystery in fresno after the discovery of a box of pictures near lay century old. >> i'm drew tuma. a lot of cloud cover to finish off the week and thanks to a storm system to the north and that storm is going to be v
- anwith the city on newbnb, common-sense home sharing rules. to help protect affordable housing, we've launched a one host, one home policy. so hosts may now only rent space at one address in san francisco. and we want to work together to improve the city's permit system so that it's simple, fair and effective. together, we can make the new rules work for all of san francisco.
spacex will take flight next month. elon musk says the decision comes after investigators figured out what caused the rocket to burst into flames in september. the fire damaged a 200 emergency israeli communications satellite and grounded the fleet. musk says a fueling system issue caused the fire and says that issue has been addressed and spacex is aiming to return to flight in december. >> a mysterious discovery in fresno. somebody unearthed a box of historic photos showing the japanese american communities from the 1920s to 1940s. fresno state students but this together to see if family members would recognize their loved one. >> a small class project and we were astounded by the response
we got from the community. people had a need to see these photos and wanted to identify them, so we may be going on the road to some other venues. >> the photos were donated at the chinatown by a nonprofit group trying to preserve the chinatown community. >> the abc7 news i-team has an inside look at a special ops team battling mexican drug cartels in the early. these are not medicinal marijuana dispensaries. the workers bring chemicals banned in the country. >> those toxics on one marijuana site are killing up to five to ten miles of creek. >> the i team takes you along for the race, the takedown and the investigation. that's later on. right now at 6:00, big day to oakland as thousands of raider fans push back against move to
the raider nation's cheering for a victory while oakland pushes 0 for the playoffs and fans are urging the silver and black to stay in oakland, group handed out signs like these outside the coliseum before tonight's showdown against the raiders' archrivals the denver broncos. las vegas plans to build a stadium and fans hope to convince the nfl and the owner to develop a new stadium in oakland. >> 24 owners in the nfl says it's too late. it's not too late. so, we'll see what happens. until then we'll continue to persevere and try to get a message and reach someone who can make a difference. >> an airplane towed a banner above the coliseum before the game saying, vegas, if you build it, we won't come. >> a lot of cloud cover upstairs and that keeping temperatures on the mild side tonight.
doppler 7 showing you the cloud cover locally, not giving way to any showers at the present time. the rain is well north of ukiah at this hour. what we are still tracking, a very active ocean current. current wave heights anywhere from nine to 13 feet right off the immediate bay area coast. a little north and you can see waves are topping 20 feet at this hour. so dangerous surf still along the coast. the reason why, doppler 'of -- 7 and slowing you a storm system and we're not saying any rain but it is adding moisture into the atmosphere. probably felt humid this afternoon. right now the cloud cover, we're still on the mild side. 60s on the board. 64 in oakland. 67 in san jose. 61 san francisco. fairfield, 60. with the cloud cover upstairs, overnight tonight, these numbers are going to be slow to fall.
midnight spots in the 50s. these are starting temperatures. so get you out the door tomorrow warning with the overcast skies. temperatures start ought in the upper 40s to mid-50s and it's do story. by 3:00, we'll see a lot more sunshine on the way. those clouds will break down, and that will lead the way to mild temperatures by monday afternoon so highs on monday, south bay, 74 in san jose, afternoon sunshine. 73 cupertino. redwood city, 72. 70 the my in millbrae. 64 the my pacifica. san francisco, a high of 69. 64 the number in daly city. north bay, cloud cover, see some afternoon sunshine. petaluma, 70. 71 in oakland, and 71 castro valley, and inland, sunny skies for the second half of the day, low 70s. 72 pittsburg.
and 72 the high in brentwood. taking you into tuesday, election day. the weather looking just fine. no worries there. sunshine as the polls open by 7:00. most spots in 50s. that sunshine continues mid-day and it's a warm afternoon out there. inland, very close to 80 degrees. the bay and the mid-70s, even along the coast, upper 60s, by 8:00 the temperatures still rather comfortable for the tomorrow of the year in 60s. so at the accuweather seven-day forecast, we start off with clouds tomorrow. end with sunshine0. so a nice finish to monday. tuesday, election day, no worries. sunshine and mild temperatures. that warmth continues for fall on wednesday. nothing but sunshine on thursday. a little bit cooler on friday. and that cooling trend continues into saturday with increasing clouds. by sunday sunshine and dry conditions. at least through the next seven days. >> sounds good.
drew. >> 49ers now last seven straight with today's setback against the saint. the first home team to lose at home after a bye week. two of the worst defenses had fans excited for offense. second quarter, niners down 21, 3. 47-yards. niner hey 486-yards of continues but still trail 21, 7. the opposing team hat a 100-yard musher, mark ingram. no other team has more than one. 28-10 saints. but kap, short pass to vance mcdonald. gone. 65-yard. kap, 24-39. 398 yards, two touchdowns and a pick, lost a fumble. 31-20. new orleans finished 571 yards of offense drew brees threw for 323 and three tds. look at this catch to thomas.
brees, 100th 300-yard passing game. >> it's real frustrating because we work our tails off week in and week out in practice, man. it's unexplainable. it sucks. like, what -- but got to swallow it. >> it's everyone's fault on the offensive side. that's all of us. that's me. and starts with the head coach. i dope blame a single person. >> you have to keep working, and keep trying to be better every week, because complaining about it, worrying about it, all those things aren't going to help you correct it. >> raiders and broncos battling for first place in afc right now. second quarter raiders lead 13-0. >> chiefs and jags. nick foles threw for this
touchdown. 7-0 chiefs. frustrating day for chiefs travis kelce. he thought he should have pass interference toes his towel at the ref and was ejected. lions and vikings, went to overtim tied at 16. play of the day. matthew stafford to golden tate. check out the flip into the end zone for good measure. lions went on -- win on the road, 21-16. second straight loss for the vikings. cowboys and browns. dak prescott with completions and td passes by a rookie. he threw 247 yards. another rookie, ezequiel eliot ran for 92. cowboys win. dropping the browns to 0-9 on the year. the boys lead the nfc east at
7-1. ben roethlisberger returned for the steelers three weeks after knee surgery. taking on the ravens. 56 seconds left. big ben, the touchdown, pittsburgh 21-14. need an onside kick. then possibly the worst onside kick ever. doesn't go anywhere. big boost for soccer players. ravens win. the rams played today hosting the panthers, down ten, lance kendrick, nine catches, drops a touchdown pass. 34 seconds to go. l.a. down three, need an onside kick. it's kicked too hard. panthers win 13-10. >> giants hosting the eagles, eli manning threw for 257-yards. o'dell beckham, jr. hat -- had two. minute and a half left. eagles down five. fourth and ten. carson wins to the end zone for the win. incomplete. eagles lose, 28-23 the final.
tonight at 9:00 on kofy tv 20, the mysterious disappearance of a northern california super mom has loved ones fearing the worst and at 11:00, turkey trouble. some say the birdies are terroristizing one california city. three very different movies shot some life into the box office. a special effects drove people 3-d showings. dr. strange earned $85 million. trolls brought in 4 million, medea and din inferno round out the top five. >> that's almost like the salaries for these two. that's it for abc7 news at 6:00. see you again at 9:00 and 11:00.
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