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news to build a better bay area, this is "abc 7 mornings." >> good morning. sunday, september 8th. i'm amanda del castillo for kusami aaron. let's start with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa arden. >> fog along the san mateo coast. elsewhere breezy in the upper elevations and a breezy day but not as windy as right now numbers are in the 60s in na vatto, 53, santa rosa. you felt the fall chill to the air yesterday. today it continues. numbers in the 50s and 60s to start out. through the noon hour, sunshine, breezy, 60s and 70s again for
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most and by later on in the afternoon, a few low 80s out by the delta. we'll talk about how long our cool weather lasts and when the warmup arrives in a few minutes. >> thanks, lisa. antonio brown is no longer a raider. it's been a wild few months for the wide receiver and now he's headed to the patriots. brown requested his release in a public and dramatic way. abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has a look. >> he's a good guy, misunderstood by a lot of people. >> reporter: jon gruden says there's no hard feelings but antonio brown has been released from the team where he never played one game. >> i wish antonio nothing but the best and i'm sorry that we never got a chance to see him in silver and black. >> reporter: the raiders made the decision to cut brown hours after he requested the releaon social media. he was upset over an outburst at
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practice with general manager mike mayock. the fine allowed the raiders to void more than $29 million in guarantees in brown's three year contract. brown tweeted the child who is not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth. a summer full of drama for brown, from a helmet gre vaps to missing practice after suffering frostbite. on friday brown posted this video on youtube of an apparent private phone call he had with coach gruden. >> do you want to be a raider or not. >> trying to be a raider or not. >> reporter: gruden would not confirm if the voice on the call is his. >> if you want to talk about the game. >> reporter: raiders' teammates reacted this way. >> antonio is a great player and someone we wish we could have because he is one of the best receivers in the nfl. >> i don't anything against him. he was next to me in my locker. positive dude. if he's not here anymore we don't hate him. we move on and handle business.
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>> reporter: raiders' quarterback derek carr had no comment about brown. coac gruden says no time to look back. the raiders play the first regular season game on monday night against the broncos. in alameda, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >> larry beil and chris alvarez have a look at what's next for brown. >> what a bizarre 48 to 72 hours for the raiders. i mean, i think the assumption was, okay, antonio brown will be a raider. gets cut and five hours later signed by the new england patriots. bill belichick, interesting how quickly that came about. >> i'm not sure we saw any of this happening. >> i feel like antonio brown played the raiders in this situation. i think he was in for a while but maybe once he fined him he basically told his agent drew rosenhouse get me out of here. it was a replay of the pittsburgh steelers situation. how can i crazy my way out of this. i'm going to make it impossible, i'm going to -- secretly record
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the coach when he calls me to see if i want to play for the team. and just do enough that it just becomes we got to get rid of this guy. >> social media overload and played the cards perfectly. played himself out of oakland and into a situation unbelievably with the defending super bowl champions. randy moss, 2.0, possibly his best years ahead with tom brady and the patriot way stew give the patriots and tom brady another all world weapon because they don't have enough in their arsenal. where does this leave the raiders? for the second year in a row they lots the best player on their roster before the opener. last year khalil mack they traded to chicago. a.b. gone. >> the raiders season opener on monday night football, much more news coming up in sports. >> we had to hear from fans on browns release. many told luz pena they are ready to move on an get ready.
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>> reporter: a well-known raiders hot spot in san leandro the topic of the conversation was antonio brown no longer a raider. >> i feel he's kind of selfish. >> think it was money? >> money, attention. >> antonio brown is one player, but we are a team. >> reporter: after a complicated several months with the raiders and a recent outburst towards the general manager the raiders fined brown and released him hours later. the patriots picked him up. former raiders plan had thoughts fr him. >> what do you think about what's going on with antonio brown? >> you know what, he's got to go along with the program a little bit more than he has been and he's got to get along with management. >> reporter: across from the coliseum raiders fans are focussed on a long-term goal to keep the name and colors here with the support of local politicians.
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>> it's not a violin. we're not crying. that identity needs to stay here. >> reporter: the assemblyman and councilman going to forever oakland tailgate to speak about their lawsuit to the nfl for moving the raiders to vegas. >> a multiple outcome to what this litigation to lead to and keeping the raiders here is one, keeping the name and colors is another. and anything in between is possible too. >> reporter: for now the show must go on. the raiders are playing monday without brown. in oakland, luz pena, abc 7 news. >> you can catch monday night's raiders game on abc 7 as the er and black face the denver broncos. coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. following "abc 7 mornings" at 6:00. new overnight, police arrested tynel cole at 8:30 last night in a tool shed
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on holly street. he wouldn't come out. that was about six hours after a woman called to report the incident which happened on willow street. neighbors had to shelter in place before officers arrested cole. at least two people are dead and three others injured following a plane crash near las vegas. the plane went down shortly after taking off from the henderson executive airport last night. it's not clear what caused the crash, but air traffic indicated the pilot radioed two minutes after takeoff that a door had come open. a las vegas tv station is reporting the plane is registered to a flight school in southern california. sfo's busiest runway is officially closed for construction. this is a live look at the airport now. one of the best times to fly if it's available. the closure is expected to last for 20 days and it's already making travel frustrating. abc 7 news reporter liz kroi explains hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled. >> reporter: at baggage claim we
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met jennie and john price. >> we're from louisiana and came to san francisco to vacation, have some fun. >> reporter: what wasn't so fun their flight from dallas to get here. >> i started getting updates through expedia there was going to be delay and delay and delay. >> reporter: the prices soon learned why. sfo's busiest runway closed for construction for the next 20 days. on day one saturday, flyers already felt the impact. >> my flight was dlad like twice. i was late for my job because i'm working at the chase center for the warriors. i was supposed to be at work. >> reporter: sfo says on saturday 244 flights delayed, 103 canceled the majority due to this construction. on twitter, airlines busy responding to us from separated flyers. one person told us their flight from l.a.x. was delayed five hours. the departures board right now, most of the night appear to be on time. a couple cancellations. when you look at the arrivals
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that's how you can see how many. >> reporter: we talked to michael who told us his friend showed up to find out it was rerouted through san jose. delays saturday afrmds 90 minutes. the faa says longer, three hours and 30 minutes. for people traveling the next 20 days, take early flights before 9:00 a.m. when delays are expected to start and check with your airline. some are offering to change flights for free. >> he was wanting to leave whenever we could possibly get out, but i'm saying this is our vacation, we're going to stay and have a good time in san francisco no matter what. >> reporter: that's the spirit, right? liz kroi, abc 7 news. efforts to recover the dive boat tha sank near santa cruz island have been suspended through tomorrow. increased winds, swells and krurntsz to blame. the coast guard says that includes the search and recovery of the final missing victim they believe to be one of 34 people apoor aboard the conception.
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the vessel is still under water. the process is deliberately slow because of safety concerns and to keep the integrity of the boat. happening today, a golf club in contra costa county is set to close for good. according to our media partner the east bay times the deer ridge golf club in brentwood will close permanently today. a sign says it's having a difficult time with finances because of increasing maintenance operational costs and lower revenue. ownership suffered huge losses. they only saw about 120 golfers a day when it needed 180 to survive. now we're joined with meteorologist lisa argen. is it a good day to go out golfing? >> it's been a little chilly. pretty windy yesterday. heard from folks and that system has moved through but a breeze in the air and a touch of fall for the next several days. emeryville, 62 in oakland, 60s and 70s on the map.
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today we'll add in a few 80s, less wind and we'll navigate through a coolish start to the week and warm it up by the middle of the week. the details neck. -- next. >> a tradition ten years in the making, where runners will pound the pavement for this year's giant race. plus honoring a san francisco icon. the man who dubbed
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who knows a hobby can thalso be an we do it right too, with a lifetime warranty on craftsman. so, you can count on passing it down. welcome back. a line look at the golden gate bridge. how lucky are we call this home. that's in our backyard. amazing. happening today in san francisco, thousands of runners will pound the pavement for the tenth annual giant race. the course takes runners along the embarcadero and they will finish on the field at oracle park. there will be an expo which
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includes fitness and yoga classes. th half marathon and 10k start at 7:00, the 5k starts at 10:50. ahead of today's race residents with limb loss and differences took part in a health and wellness event. the challenged athletes foundation teamed up with giants enterprises to host the running and mobility clinic. it teaches tips and tricks to those using wheelchairs and prosthetic devices and helps challenged athletes cross their personal finish lines. >> their life is not ended because you now have a different ability. just because you lost a limb or use a wheelchair there still is a whole world open to you. you just have to open your heart to it and encourage others and pay it forward. >> she lost both her legs in a car crash 33 years ago. that's when she was advised to become athletic and it was the best advice and continues to pay
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it forward mennoring other challenged athletes. metallic ka is playing at the chase center in san francisco. thousands of fans packed chase center friday night to see metallica and the symphony. the first time they played with the symphony was in 1999. they did have a warning for the warriors. the hot water was apparently not so great. yesterday chase center hosted the u.s. open watch party. see the big crowd that showed up to watch the women's final shown on the big screen and they set up tennis courts that looked just like the one in new york. this is the first public event at the new arena. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the forecast for us. lisa. >> amanda. >> short sleeves, are they a good choice. >> yeah. we are looking once again at temperatures coming down for this time of year and that wind, with wow, that we had yesterday, that also is going to abate throughout the day today.
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it's still going to remain breezy. look at live doppler 7, the clouds patchy from the san mateo close. elsewhere clear they've been swept away from the strong northwesterly breeze. see the system to the north of us allowing for a little bit of rain throughout portland. temperatures this morning stacking up mainly in the 50s to near 60 degrees. 60 know vat ta, hayward, fremont. as we look at our wind profile, skill gusty from sfo and down the peninsula. winds up to 24 miles an hour and as we go up in height, still looking at winds over 30 miles an hour. so check out mt. diablo and half moon bay. we have the wind, the breeze and as we go through the next several hours the sky cover will be clear. you can see this shot from our sutro tower camera. the autumn feel to the air. partly cloudy, sunny skies, with breezy winds, and much warmer as we get into wednesday.
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more typical weather pattern for september. as we look at the clouds from the san mateo coast notice they get swept away once again throughout the afternoon and then coming back, kind of patchy throughout the day for your monday. otherwise, sunny skies and a series of cool weather systems from the north will continue to allow for our weather to be cooler than average right on through tuesday with just minimal fog here and then high pressure builds on in. the winds today 9:00 you'll notice it's the windiest at the coast and through the afternoon it's not too windy out by the delta or in the south bay. we have a breeze on the pen peninsula, the north bay, 15 to 30-mile-an-hour winds. gets breezy out there once again. you will probably need the jacket but the sun warm for september and we'll see plenty of it today. let's jump ahead to tuesday where we gain a few degrees in our inland areas, but not much. today, tomorrow and into tuesday pleasant, 60s, 70s, 80s by the middle of the afternoon and then
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by wednesday s check it out, we're in the 90s. those oranges coming in to play for our east bay. warmest days of the week look to be thursday and friday where we have mid 90s, maybe a few upper 90s by the delta and modest warming around the bay. underneath sunny skies, breezy winds, 79 concord, 74 san rafael, 70 san mateo and 80 towards concord. the accuweather seven-day forecast, low 80s inland today, tomorrow, should be pretty nice, little cool for september and you download our accuweather app, wednesday we turn warmer if you're keeping track and our warming trend keeps going inland, thursday, friday, a beach day towards the end of the week and that's the way it's september around here. >> beautiful. looking forward to it. thank you so much. in a story that seemed to change by the minute, antonio brown's run with the raiders has come to an end.
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here's a look at a.b.'s time with the raiders before ever playing a down to the silver and black. >> i'm here to prove who i am and what i stand for and not just my words, but my actions. you guys see what i'm about, more so what i say, more so what i do. >> he can play split end, in the punt and sell popcorn at halftime. >> i have -- get a hug, bro. >> thinking all stars today with the commitment from everyone there, make the raiders great again. >> a fun guy to be around. i expected a little more than a hot air balloon. thought he might jump out of an airplane and parachute himself. >> we wish the healing process of whatever is going on will be fast. >> we're all disappointed. we think he's disappointed. >> see my face all over the news, all the talk but these guys are doing a good job
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supporting me. >> antonio brown missed all of training camp because of his feet. >> too much noise right now. more work, less noise. >> had a pretty good understanding in spite of what people think. we're ready to get rolling. >> it's time for him to be all in or all out. >> he's all-in, ready to go. >> head, feet, people after me. constant support. >> the raiders announced brown was being fined and the star receiver threatening to punch gm mike mayock. >> antonio brown is not in the building today and won't be practicing. >> we have been practicing without him. >> all of us are here and have a job to do. >> antonio is back today. we're excited about that. ready to move on. >> decide to be a part of the raiders and see you soon. >> the volatile receiver is all-in again. check back with me in five minutes. >> let me ask you this do you want to be a radider or not. >> trying to be a raider since day one. >> it's enough.
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it was refurbished and installed at the original transbay terminal. it came down for construction on the salesforce transit center. >> it's a great pleasure to see it finally put up in a permanent location and again, it's to recognize the fact that emperor norton was the visionary back in 1869. >> emperor norton also declared himself the protector of mexico after the french invaded in 1863. 7 on your side's michael finney told us about a $20 hot tub advertised on social media, it turned out to be fake. now he's getting more complaints saying facebook ads aren't always legit. michael got to the bottom of another one. >> reporter: looking for new swim trunks to take to hawaii, when like magic, the ad popped up on facebook. >> canyi don't know how it came
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but it came up. >> reporter: it said frank anthony swimwear was hydrophobic. >> water proof swimwear fantastic. >> reporter: led to a website. >> for first-time buyers you can get a 15% tis count. i went okay, i'll try it. >> reporter: paul ordered the pair of swim trunks for $49. not a bad deal except he never got them. >> so i e-mail support and nothing. e-mail support again. still nothing. then that's when i googled them. >> reporter: found hundreds of complaints from frank anthony customers like him who ordered and never got their swimwear. the better business bureau gives frank anthony shorts an f rating with dozens of complaints. turns out frank anthony swimwear launched a kickstarter campaign four years ago. scores of investors complained they never got their shorts either. >> i tried to let facebook know and nothing. these ads still come on. >> reporter: in fact, it popped up while we were interviewing
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paul for this story. >> it came on again. >> reporter: we tried to contact frank anthony swimwear but found only an e-mail address. no one replied when we sent e-mails asking about the complaints. >> there's no disclaimer from facebook saying this ad could be fake. i think it is their responsibility. >> reporter: we asked facebook why it let frank anthony advertise on its platform. facebook investigated. it took a few weeks but the ads are now gone. so is the frank anthony facebook page. a spokesman said in part we don't allow this misleading page on facebook. we've removed billions of fake accounts however enforcement is never perfect and there is nor work to be done. paul never did get those swim shorts. instd steds from a brick and mortar store. >> reporter: the one sure way to get your merchandise. buy in person. >> they're not waterproof but i like them. >> reporter: if you see an ad on
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social media and never heard of a company do research. go on-line and look for reviews, ratings and comments that should turn up any red flags. paul said he wishes he would have done that before buying a swimsuit rather than after. michael finney, 7 on your side. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," time is money in home construction. a new process could make it cheaper and faster. plus a closer look at dorian's destruction? north carolina and the bahamas and where the storm stands this morning.
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fremont at 60. did you feel the cool down yesterday? we have a series of cool weather systems that will influence our weather today. by 10:00 we're in the 60s. few 70s in the north bay. notice those oranges coming into play. that's slightly warmer air in our inland east bay, 2:00, mountain view about 73. and throughout the afternoon we'll hit a few low 80s inland. 7:00, patchy fog, san mateo, mid 60s out there, breezy on the coast. we'll talk about how long this cooling trend lasts before we settle into a typical september weather regime. >> thanks. hurricane dorian is whipping up waves and heavy winds along canada's east coast. last night it made landfall over nova scotia. see how powerful it is bringing winds of nearly 100 miles per hour with it. the good news is dorian is expected to lose power this morning. meanwhile parts of north
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carolina and the bahamas are just beginning to survey the damage left behind. abc's karina mitchell has more. >> reporter: the skies have cleared and floodwaters are receding in north carolina's outer banks after dorian made landfall. ocracoke island hard hit. heavy rains and storm surge flooding entire neighborhoods. north carolina's governor touring the damage. >> the people who did get flooded and who did get significant wind damage, this is a bad situation for them. we are going to pull together. >> reporter: nearly a week after dorian devastated the bahamas the humanitarian crisis is growing. the docks filled with survivors hopingen to evacuated. the un estimating at least 70,000 are homeless in abaco and grand bahama. >> we don't have no power, no water, and it's hot, hot, and hard to live.
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>> reporter: bringing food and water to the area is a challenge. water in marsh harbor is unsafe to drink and bathe in. cruise ships repurpose to ferry people to nassau. as many are looking to evacuate, jackson is staying behind to help rebuild. >> you're telling me now just to pack up and leave in the sit in the corner to wait for somebody to give me a meal or, you know -- that just isn't a part of my dna. >> reporter: his son-in-law agrees. women, children and the elderly should evacuate, but he's staying. >> i'm a guy. i have to stay. somebody has to stay to help clean this up. >> reporter: the u.s. part of an international coalition with the uk, canada and caribbean partners, working with private organizations to bring aid to areas devastated by the storm. karina mitchell, abc news, new york. in the east bay a protest opposing a proposed temporary navigation center to address fremont's housing crisis. dozens gathered in front of the
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senior center to sound off against the center. it would provide up to six months of housing for up to 45 homeless people. they say the center would bring a negative safety impact to the neighborhood. city council is scheduled to meet tuesday to discuss moving forward with the center at one of two locations. either on capital avenue near city hall or dakota road near fremont boulevard. abc 7 news has made a commitment to building a better bay area and sometimes it takes building to improve this place we call home, especially when it comes to our housing crisis. the problem is that building takes time. now there's a solution to that problem. here's abc 7 news anchor dion lin. >> reporter: from the inside you would never know this 5,000 square foot home was prefab cated in southern california, transported and will take two days to install. >> pretty amazing. yesterday it was just a hole in the ground and here we're standing on the second floor. >> reporter: when it comes to
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home construction in the bay area, time is money and the six bedroom home by custom builders plant prefab will save homeowner byron a good chunk of change. >> the modular building methodologies can generally save 30% on the overall construction schedule. >> reporter: plant estimates their cost to build a prefab home like this is 250 to $350 a square foot compare that to burlingame where the home is $1200 a square foot the savings is significant, however there is a catch. >> buying the land wasn't cheap. this is the bay area after all. that was a big chunk of our budget. >> reporter: speed, convenience and cost, have increased the demand for prefab housing. last year amazon invested in plant and companies like rent the backyard are using prefab models from other builders to give homeowners an inlaw unit to rent out on their property. >> the times have changed over the last five, ten years and we're agency seeing a higher
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demand than i've ever experienced here in the bay area. >> reporter: when all is said and done this project will cost byron under $4 million or less than $1,000 a square foot. a savings that has changed his perception of the term prefab. >> i thought it was going to end up being a cookie cutter house, but it turns out with the prefabricated homes you can design it the way you want. >> reporter: they hope to move in by january. in burlingame dion lim, abc 7 news. we dedicated a week of coverage to the bay area's housing crisis from issues for renters to homeowners to solutions for foourts. you can find all of those story on-line at coming up anchor george stephanopoulos goes one on one with secretary of state mike pompeo and a preview of the democratic debate just four days away. you can watch the full interview at 8:00 right here on abc 7. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," the work of
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protecting our natural resources takes other resources like money. what's funding new projects in the south bay that will help you make the difference. and we want to take a live look at the exploratorium cam. if you're going today, this i maybe an option for you. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few minutes.
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a tiny shrimp could cause a big problem. the "l.a. times" reports researchers at uc davis have been trying to figure out what's polluting the water. the shrimp were brought in during the 1960s for trout to
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feast on, but the shrimp have exploded in population to the point where researchers say they could affect clarity. the solution, use trawlers to remove them and sell the omega 3 fatty acids. the projects could pay for itself. planning environmental protection projects can cost a lot of money not to mention time and other resources. a south bay water district is aiming to make it easier for people to make a difference in their own communities. abc 7 news reporter chris nguyen has more on the nils grants they hope to award. >> reporter: in downtown san jose an urban oasis awaits those who visit the children's discovery museum. >> there's succulence, a garden for them to grow a little magic and hidden treasure in every corner. >> reporter: thanks to a wildlife restoration grant the museum was able to eliminate all grass and put in native plants in the backyard bridge to nature space. the popular attraction has
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helped with increasing biodiversity in the area. >> water conservation has become a big issue for all of us living in the bay area and we realize to make a difference we needed to start with children and help them get the message about the ways in which they, too, can help save water. >> reporter: the water district plans to award more than $2 million in grants to multiple organizations in santa clara county who want to do their part to help the environment. applications for 20 are available. >> one of the things we're doing is expanded outreach to non-profits and others to get in creative proposals from not just things in the past but new people. we're looking forward to that. >> reporter: in palo alto grassroots ecology was awarded a grant they used to build water collection barrels and rain gardens like this one at ballpark. this is a small snippet of what they do but they say grants like this one from valley water can be a catalyst for getting more people involved. >> people worry about habitat loss but a lot of times they
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don't know what they can do. what we're doing is providing people a way to come out, meet their neighborhoods and actually take one step, one action, to help improving the effects of climate change. >> this community coming together to leave a lasting impact. in the south bay, chris nguyen, abc 7 news. now a look at the weather. >> yeah. it looks like fall. in fact yesterday we had a taste of that with the winds and late clearing. today warmer out there depending on where you are. live look from emeryville where temperatures will climb through the low 70s starting out in the low 60s and certainly a breezy again, but not as windied a yesterday. a couple mild days before we turn up the heat. your accuweather seven-day forecast next. >> thanks, lisa. also it was a wild week and a wild day for the raiders. antonio brown is gone before the am even plays its first game of the season. abc 7 sports anchor chris
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in sports nfl football officially back in the bay area. this afternoon the 49ers open up the season in tampa against the buccaneers. kickoff is at 1:25 at raymond jmes stadium. and the raiders open their season tomorrow night against the broncos at the oakland coliseum. kickoff is at 7:20 p.m. if you're not going, you can watch it right here on abc 7. antonio brown's time in oakland was short lived. the team released him before the first game of the season. abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez has more in this morning's sports. >> reporter: in one of the more bizarre sports stories to come in, antonio brown's run with the raiders has come to an end. >> raiders free. >> that was brown saturday after learning he was released by the raiders later if the day and signed with the patriots.
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it's been quite the roller coaster for brown and the raiders. a.b. used social media to post his side of the story especially of late. he shared that letter of his fines from the team and asked for a release on saturday, ultimately got it, sharing that video of him being free as he said. coach gruden on the departure of a.b. >> i don't think it worked. he didn't fit here. he would have to answer that for himself. i'm sure he will. i wish him the best. i'm sorry to the raider fans, but ain, i really want to thank our football players, mark davis and mayock and all of us, we did try to make it work. hopefully he finds what he's looking for. >> let's switch to college football. battle of backups. stanford's costello out in this game while usc daniels lost for the season with a torn acl. he injured against fresno state. meeting up before the game, 100th meeting between the two teams. davis mills, the backup qb to connor weddington, 15 yards and
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in. the good times roll for the cardinals. cameron scarlet, he scores as well, stanford led 17-3 at one point, but trojans scored 21 before the half. it's 7 yards to ama saint brown. it's 24-20 at halftime. third quarter, usc's malipi, four-yard touchdown run and he does it again here after a mills pick. that was their sixth touchdown on seven drives and usc rolls 45-20. san jose's 1-0 to open the year looking to surpass last year's win total, they could do it with a win saturday. brooks ran for 140 yards, scored on this 9-yard touchdown. 7-0 golden hurricanes. finds the end zone here, second quarter, josh love to jermaine brad dock. down 17-10. tulsa, 256 yards on the ground and three scores. t.k. wilkerson pounds it. tulsa wins 34-16. star wars night in oakland.
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plenty like to dress up as their favorite characters. a's taking on the tigers. 2-0. the a's within one. 20th of the year. chris bassett dealing 11 strikeouts. the a's had 19 total. marcus simeon with two on, deep shot to center, got a chance to get out. does to the. two runs will score on that hit. 5-2. green and gold. bottom five, matt olson. career high 29 home runs. he ties it. a's win 10-2, second wild card spot and one game back of tampa bay for the first spot. giants and dodgers all smiles for those two. they look like they like each other. giants have loaded the bases in the first, get a run, kevin pillar, scores and it's 1-0. starter loaded the bases twice in the first five innings but got out of the jams. five innings, no earned, 5,
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bottom nine, 1 07z-0, dodgers threatening, 543 game ending double play. five wins shy of 2,000 of all time. first full nfl sunday today, niners at tampa bay. all your week one action later today in sports. getting a check now of the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you, amanda. boy, was it windy yesterday. i know it took a while for those winds to build, but throughout the afternoon, quite gusty and a live look outside from our sutro tower camera. no clouds because we have a nice view and upper elevations wind gusts over 30 miles per hour. breezy by the coast and we will have that breeze today. not as windy as yesterday and we are looking at temperatures about the same. if you like this pattern it will stick around a few more days. partly cloudy skies this morning, patchy fog along the san mateo coast and then once again a bit of a breeze, cooler than we should be for september.
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but the warmer weather returns for everyone, midweek. it's going to stick around, looks like thursday and friday look to be the warmest days of the upcoming work week. right now 62 in san mateo as well as oakland. 56 by the delta with low to mid 50s in the north bay and 53 in gill and our explore torium camera shows the view with mid 60s later on tap in the city. breezy winds 20 it 25 miles per hour. looking at that system to the north allowing for just a little bit of rain up through portland, seattle and then, of course, has been influencing our weather an disrupting the marine layer. we don't see a lot in terms of the low cloud deck as we get into september. current check right now on the winds gusting to 24 miles an hour in san francisco, be above half moon bay about 23 miles an hour. and talking about those upper elevation winds if you're doing a bike ride or hike it will be breezy, shoun't be this windy as we get through the afternoon
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but in terms of temperatures we're below average. livermore about 80 degrees. we should be in the upper 80s. things don't change too much through about tuesday. then we're climbing on wednesday. mid to a few upper 90s thursday and friday and this trend looks to follow suit for many cities around the bay. not getting that hot around the bay or coast but a slight warming trend there as well. 75 in san jose, so mild for you, 72 milpitas on the peninsula. breezy redwood city, san mateo, menlo park about 71 and sunset district, daly city, partly sunny conditions, breezy. up in the north bay check out the mid to upper 70s from san rafael to sonoma. east bay from 73 in hayward, san leandro little change as you get towards fremont at 74 and castro valley. you head inland the line for the warmer air towards the delta, upper 70s in pleasanton, 79 in walnut creek.
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the accuweather seven-day forecast today and tomorrow, the next few days looking at cooler weather than what we expect for september. 70 around the bay, low 80s inland because of another system dropping down to the north. it is that time of year you download our accuweather app and high pressure builds allowing for the warming trend wednesday. it gets hot, above average thursday, friday, saturday. not much fog, about 80 around the bay. looks like beach weather and our classic september pattern. that fire danger goes up as well. >> good to know making those plans now. >> yeah. >> thank you so much. all right. what brings you joy? the city of fremont asked that question and the results are brightening up the entire community. abc 7 news anchor kristen sze shows us how a little paint is going a long way. >> every time you drive by one you get happier. >> reporter: she spent a good part of her summer at the fremont intersection. the high school freshman turned this traffic signal box into art that motivates her.
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>> get a lot of inspiration from space. i think we need more female astronauts so i made a girl in space. >> reporter: she is one of 15 local artists selected by the city of fremont to paint over utility boxes. >> we are in the midst of painting our 170 traffic signal control boxes to art murals. >> reporter: susan runs the box art program. >> it started out as a graffiti abatement program and it has been wildly successful. it has diminished graffiti about 95%. >> reporter: since the project started five years ago about 65 boxes have been converted into public art. this year's theme was paint something that gives you joy. >> sunflower. >> reporter: she is an art teacher who wanted to share her love of the outdoors. >> my work is about nature so i want to participate. the boxes all give joy and instead of seeing graffiti or at best an ugly square metal box
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they see art and it uplifts them. >> reporter: fremont officials are so inspired by this success that they're thinking of launching a mural program to prevent graffiti on large walls. >> big fan. next, every dog has his day or so the saying goes. today's that day. what pet owners are encouraged to do on national hug your hound day.
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here are the winning numbers from last night's $40 million power ball drawing. 11, 20, 41, 42, 56, and the power ball number 6. nobody picked all six numbers meaning wednesday's jackpot goes up to $50 million. the winning numbers from last night's $8 million super lotto plus drawing 8, 18, 20, 23, 43, an the mega number 5. no one picked all six numbers in
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that drawing either. so wednesday night's prize increases to $9 million. dog owners give some extra love to your pups today. today is national hug your hound day. it's about more than hugging your four-legged friend. owners are encouraged to make their home and yards safer for their dogs and means child proofing lockses and cabinets and removing choking and poison hazards. that doesn't mean you can't treat them to an extra walk and maybe throw them a bone, though. next on "abc 7 mornings" at 6:00 a.m., more drama for the raiders. the latest on antonio brown's fight, apology and departure from the team. plus, 20 days of travel trouble at sfo. why rebuilding one runway is causing hundreds of delays and cancellations.
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to build a better bay area, this is "abc 7 mornings." >> good morning. it's sunday, september 8th. i'm amanda del castillo in for kusami aaron. let's start with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, amanda. just patchying if out there, upper elevation wind and confirming the fog along the san mateo coast. few patches by hayward. this system that brought the cool down yesterday and that continues to bring the cooler ai


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