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to stop it. good morning, everybody. it's thursday, october 22nd. before we get to those stories we want to check in with mike and this red flag warning. mike? >> all right. thank you. welcome back. hi, jobina. let's talk about the red flag warning and what you will see is it encompasses some areas that are not normally in a red flag warning. places like daly city, pacifica, half moon bay. the peninsula coast, santa cruz mountains, the east bay hills, the dabo range, the east bay valleys, north bay mountains, historically dry fuels out there, gusty winds and lowering humidity are the reasons why we'll have issues today and tomorrow morning. right now fog along the coast. it hasn't made it into the bay. temperatures today milder. 60s at the coast. 70s around the bay. 80s inland. >> mike, thank you. happening now, force the blackouts for horse tos pg&e cu. they are not as widespread as we once feared they would be.
we'll look at the map first, you can see all the green around our area right now. about 2,000 fewer people are in the dark than we anticipated earlier this week. the bulk of the outages are happening in napa county. that's where we find amy hollyfield. she's in calistoga. >> the lights are on right now, pg&e warned they may turn them off by 6:00 this morning. it's 6:00, we still have power here, but people were very prepared just in case. calistoga had been warned, so residents here filled up gas cans so they could power generators if necessary. one restaurant is determined to keep running even without power. the owner of local q707 restaurant has generators and a tent to set up outside so they can keep cooking food for
customers. >> since the fires, basically since the 28th, we've pretty much only worked two days a week because they keep turning off the power. it's unfortunate not to have a full paycheck for a full week period. that's why we're doing the best we can to keep it open. >> residents tell us they understand the need to be proactive against the start of wildfires, but they say it's tough dealing with these blackouts. saying what is really annoying is paying for the gas for these generators and listening to the constant hum of them all over town. pg&e saying that these power shutoffs are necessary, a proactive measure to keep their equipment from sparking wildfires. reporting live in calistoga, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >> we're glad to see the lights are on where you are. thank you. you can find power outage resources on our website including the best way to keep your phone charged with electricity, head to abc7news.com.
now to your voice your vote. president trump and joe biden come face-to-face for the final debate tonight. the 90-minute prime time event comes 12 days before election day. faith abubey is live in washington, d.c. good morning. >> good morning. it's a big night for the candidates tonight, but will it be a repeat of that chaotic first debate or will the mute function work? president trump will arrive in nashville for tonight's debate low on campaign cash and trailing joe biden in the polls. a reality that set the president on an aggressive push to get out the vote in crucial battleground states. >> get your friends, get your family and get out and vote. >> reporter: in north carolina wednesday, trump accusing voters of politicizing the pandemic. and turning his focus to the newest face on the campaign trail. >> sir, maybe this isn't good, president obama is campaigning for sleepy joe biden.
i said, ha, that's good news or bad news, tell me. are you saying it's good or bad? well, i guess it's bad. no, it's good. >> reporter: president obama at a drive-in rally in philadelphia, blasting trump's presidency, calling it a failure. >> i get that this president wants full credit for the economy he inherited, and zero blame for the pandemic he ignored. >> reporter: the biden campaign hoping his former boss will deliver a dose of enthusiasm that will push voters to the polls. tonight's debate will be one of president trump's final chances to change the trajectory of a campaign lagging in the polls. biden's chance to maintain his lead. >> i'm going to try to focus on the issues that affect the american people and talk to hem. >> reporter: ahead of the debate, federal authorities are warning that iran and russia are trying to interfeet wire with t u.s. election but democrats have a lot of questions regarding the
timing of that warning. faith abubey, abc 7 news. >> thank you. you can watch president trump and joe biden go head to head tonight in nashville. the debate begins at 6:00 p.m. on abc7. senate democrats are boycotting the vote for amy coney barrett. not a single one showed up this morning. the panel is still expected to recommend her nomination to the full senate. mitch mcconnell is planning for a full senate vote on monday. abc7 news will track this vote and bring you new developments as they happen. coming up, the catholic community's reaction to the pope's endorsement of same sex several unions. san francisco's archbishop argues why he's against same sex marriage. >> everything we do inside of school and outside of school has impact on the communities. a wake-up call from the principal. an incident that forced marin
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. all right. welcome back. let's look at neighborhood temperatures. starting on the peninsula, a lot of 50s out there. we also have a lot of fog on the coast side. so that's the difference compared to yesterday. that will make it as far north as the golden gate bridge before it starts to retreat back to the south once the winds start to pick up say around 9:00, 10:00. temperatures, 47 in santa rosa to 67 in antioch. most of us in the mid to upper 50s. here's the east bay hills, not too windy up there, up to 11 miles per hour, 67 degrees. take a break today and enjoy the wonderful weather out there. it will be breezy at times if you're working from home or remote learning and exercising, it will be dusty and even drier air as you are out and about doing your exercises. we'll look at that cooler weekend forecast coming up. here's jobina with the morning commute. >> hi, mike. thank you very much. good morning, everyone. so we want to start off with a look at our maps here. i have a couple of hot spots to
talk about. we'll begin with a slow stretch in between belmont and san mateo because of some roadwork. it won't wrap up until 6:30 this morning. this is on southbound 101. moving over to hayward, san lorenzo through hayward, this is roadwork that wrapped up, it's just slow through the area. southbound 880 as you approach the san mateo bridge, and we'll head out here and we have a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights came on at 6:01. back over to you. we are hearing from san francisco's archbishop after pope francis became the first pontiff to endorse same-sex civil unions. the archbishop here says the church remains opposed to same-sex marriage. he said the holy father clearly differentiated between a civil arrangement which accords mutual
benefits to two people and a marriage. one local scholar is not surprised by what the pope said. >> throughout the seven years he's been pope, he has used language that is more inclusive, more welcoming of gay and lesbian persons. >> pope francis shared his thoughts on a spanish language documentary which premiered at the rome film festival. a private school in marin county closing campus again. the dangerous gatherings apparently taking place among students. and the new way kids can tell santa what they want for christmas in the age of social distancing. the website offering video chats with santa from the north pole. as we head to break, a live look outside. not from the north pole but
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health is something we're committed to in our effort to building a better bay area especially during the pandemic. a private catholic high school in marin county stopped hybrid what the principal calls disturbing news. in june four marin catholic high school students tested positive for covid, this happened after a sleepover. four months later campus is closed after reports of more sleepovers and a large party involving students over the weekend. >> let's give everybody a wake-up call and recognize that we are fully interconnected and everything we do both inside of school and outside of school has impact on the communities. >> the principal says there are no known new covid cases at the school. he expects hybrid learning on campus to resume on november 2nd. san mateo county is making it easier for kids to get tested for covid-19. so you're looking at a tweet
showing the dedicated lane for families that's now available at the san mateo county event center. the lane serves children 5 to 17, it's open weekdays from 1:00 to 8:00. appointments can be scheduled through the county's website. this year the north pole is just a call away. a website called chit-chat with santa.com is set to launch next month and it allows families to set up a virtual visit with santa ahead of christmas. this is the alternative to a face-to-face sitdown with santa. those are limited because of the pandemic. the calls are $28 and they last 6 to 10 minutes. families can also enjoy story time with mrs. 2020. >> un-huh. >> you don't like it? >> no, ma'am. >> why? >> $28? >> that part. santa is busy. he took time. >> how much is that reindeer
feed? come on. >> $28, i want fois tace-to-fac. i want a zoom talk. i don't want just a recording. >> exactly. how do we know who we're talking to? >> y'all are so demanding on santa's time. >> call me and i will tell you you're not going to get every heeman toy even though you asked for it. sorry, that was me as a child. >> no. >> poor reggie is having flashbacks. move on. >> triggered. >> let's talk about what's going on. after you get back from vacation, you're supposed to be calm, cool, collected. you t sutro tower, 58 degrees. red flag warning for today through tomorrow morning. a stronger wind event will take
over our neighborhoods sunday and monday. gusts up to 50 miles per hour to 60 miles per hour. seasonal highs next week with chilly lows. 30s and 40s for lows. finally you can wear some different clothes next week. we have a dry cold front barrelling southward. as it moves to the south, it will usher in drier and also breezier conditions. undercutting that right now is the southerly surge. you can see clouds coming up the peninsula coast, marine layer clouds and fog to the golden gate bridge before those winds kick in and chase it back down to the monterey bay during the afternoon hours. let's look at our temperatures while they are milder than yesterday, they are still above average. 80 to 83 down in the south bay. san jose topping out at 82. average highs, 74 this time of the year. 76 to 80 on the peninsula. upper 60s along the coast to mid 70s in downtown and south san francisco and across the golden gate into sausalito. 81 to 85 through the north bay
valleys where some of the fastest wins will blow. 75 to 79 along the east bay shore. no more 90s. 82 to 85 in the east bay valleys. tonight, 40s and 50s, you can see that southerly surge of cloud cover and once that takes over, look at our high temperatures saturday and sunday. upper 50s to mid 70s, upper 50s to low 70s sunday. we have that big wind event monday and seasonal temperatures next week. have a good one. back to you. >> all right. thank you. we'll turn to ginger zee, she's live with a look at what's happening at 7:00 a.m. on "gma" today. >> hey there. hi, kumasi. nice to be with everybody this morning. coming up on "gma," the new warning about election interference from russia and iran just 12 days before the final votes and president trump and former vp biden both prepping for tonight's final debate. you know we'll get into that and also this morning we are inside an overwhelmed hospital in hard
hit montana because of the coronavirus where they have now resorted to converting offices into patient rooms. this is all happening as the cdc has redefined what close contact really is when it comes to spreading the virus. and then breonna taylor's boyfriend is speaking out after that exclusive that you saw michael have with one of the officers involved in the operation. what kenneth walker is now saying happened that night. plus robin live in lake charles, louisiana, one of the gulf coast cities hit twice. back-to-back hurricanes right in the middle of the pandemic. this morning we'll have a big surprise for the resilient community and we'll get to know some of those hometown heroes who have been helping everybody else every single day that we can't be there. we'll want to see that. we've been there so many times this season, it feels good to be back and doing something positive. it's coming up on "gma." >> that does sound great. real quick, i have to ask you, break a tie, there's a santa thing where you can call santa
and it's going to cost you $28 to be on the phone with your kids for a few minutes. yes or no? >> no, that will be uncle john on the other line for us for free. >> for free. >> that's what i said. ginger. ginger zee. i like it. two against one, kumasi. sorry. >> all right. >> no call from santa. >> unless it's going to charity or something. if it's going to charity, that's different. but no. >> rudolph is going on a shopping spree or something. no charity here. >> all right. >> that's a no. (garage door opening) it is my father's love... it is his passion- it is his fault he didn't lock the garage. don't even think about it! been there, done that. with liftmaster® powered by myq®, know what's happening in your garage- from anywhere.
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that's as warm as it gets and that's the way it should be. kumasi? >> thank you. happening tonight, a man san francisco will match whits with some of the brightest contestants on "jeopardy." data scientist colin davie knows about '80s pop and boy bands. tune in this evening and you can see what else he knows. because of the debate tonight, you can watch "jeopardy" at 9:00 here on abc and "wheel of fortune" at 9:30. the pandemic forced one of america's longest running sporting events to abandon its former home next year. the westminster kennel club dog show will leave new york city's madison square garden for the first time since 1920. it will move to an estate about 25 miles outside of manhattan. the show will take place in june instead of in february.
westminster dates back to 1877. it's second only to the kentucky derby in terms of tenure as an american sporting event. yes, that is your friend. what is her name? >> this is siba. >> siba. we always show that video of siba taking a deep bow. it gets me every time. in italy a little green dog named pistachio is melting hearts. he got his name because of his color. they didn't dye him. that's how he was born. it is extremely rare for a dog to be born with green fur. look at pistachio. it's thought to happen when light colored puppies have contact in the womb with a green pigment called biliverden that is dying their hair. it is the same pigment that you can see when bruises turn green.
little pistachio won't stay green forever, his color will fade as he gets older. coming up next, twitter encouraging its american users to cast their ballots right now. the messages you could start seeing on your feed today. federal investigators revealing they think iran and russia are working to influence the presidential election. the emails some voters may have already received. and the usps needs essential workers who live all over the bay area. we're touching on some of the hundreds of
but i don't care. i've gotten used to it. but joe, you could never have now at 6:30, president trump and joe biden go head to head tonight with just 12 days until voting ends. what we can expect at this final debate. >> protect breanna, protect myself. that's what's going through my head. >> the boyfriend of breonna taylor recounts the tragic night she was killed. how his story compares to the one a louisville police officer gave just yesterday. the home of these generators
all the time driving us all nuts. a lot of people preparing for power outages. the good news, it doesn't appear as many people are out of power as we expected. mike is tracking that fire danger that is prompting pg&e to cut electricity. good morning on this thursday, october 22nd. we rarely have good news that fewer people are out of power. so we're happy to report that. mike, what is the trouble that we face today? >> well, i have a little bit of good news there also. so far our critical fire conditions have been slow to develop. when they do develop it looks like they will be weaker than what we originally thought. we have the red flag warning and high fire danger for places like daly city, pacifica, half moon bay as the peninsula coast is added to the santa cruz mountains, the diablo range and the north bay mountains. what is fueling this one are historically dry fuels.
even if the winds and humidity don't drop, we have that to contend with. 46 at mount diablo right now are the winds. humidity is around 20% to 30%, which is a bit kumasi? happening now, people across the bay area are wondering if their power will go off today. this is pg&e's outage map. you can see few purple triangles now. that indicates where people are losing power. we spoke with pg&e, they say many outages they planned for this morning have not happened. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is live in calistoga with what's going on there. >> they are still on. i talked to pg&e and they said weather is dynamic. they're monitoring it.
when they can delay turning off the power they will. that's what they have done this morning. lights are still on here in calistoga. the weather is cool. there's no wind. even though they had warned that the power would go off between 4:00 and 6:00 this morning, that has not happened. residents here are very good at preparing and dealing for these power outages. they have been through this before. most people have generators. many made a trip to the gas station yesterday to fill up their cans so they could power those generators if they needed to. as much as they appreciate having power, there is a side effect to using these generators that people say is tough to get used to. >> generators are very loud and they smell bad. >> what wears you down is the sound. my generator, we can only run a 50-foot cord off of it. so we put it between the two houses that we run, and it just drives you nuts. that's all you hear.
>> restaurants are getting savvy at dealing with these power outages. q707 local has generators and a tent set up outside so they can keep cooking saying they can't afford to be shut down every time the power is shut off. pg&e says the power outages are necessary during dry, hot weather so power equipment won't spark wildfires. right now the weather is cooperating. very cool here this morning. reporting live in calistoga, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. you can find power outage resources on our website including how you can prepare right now if you're expecting the lights to go off. head to abc7news.com. federal investigators have concluded that iran and russia are working to influence the presidential election. >> these actions are desperate
attempts by desperate adversaries. >> they say iran and russia have obtained voter vfginformation. investigators say iran has sent spoof emails to some voters designed to intimidate, insight unrest and damage president trump. the agencies didn't elaborate how the voter information was obtained. >> our election systems are resilient. you can be confident your votes are secure. >> a spokesman for the iranian mission to the united nations has denied these accusations. breaking news. the senate judiciary just voted to send amy coney barrett's supreme court nomination to the full senate. the democrats this morning decided not to show up. the vote this morning comes just hours before president trump and joe biden face off for their second and last presidential debate. jobina fortson joins us now for a preview. >> yes. tonight's 90-minute prime time event is 12 days before the
election. here's a live look outside the debate hall right now. you can see the area where the debate is happening, it's happening at belmont university. following the constant interruptions in the last debate, organizers announced this time they will mute the candidates microphones during the opponent's two-minute initial responses. >> i think there should be more -- more limitations on us not interrupting one other. >> i think the mute is very unfair. >> president trump says he has done little in the way of formal preparation for tonight's debate spending this week on the campaign trail. he called interviews with the press debate prep. biden has been off the campaign trail the last couple of days spending time in delaware to get ready. you can watch president trump and joe biden go head to head tonight in nashville. the debate begins at 6:00 on abc7. happening today, people will be coming together to watch the presidential debate amid the pandemic in san francisco.
they're doing this safely by having a drive-in debate watch party. it will be held at ft. mason. this is where they held those drive-in movie nights over the summer. the watch party is being hosted by manny's, a restaurant and ca cafe. organizers believe it's the first ever drive-in debate in san francisco. tickets cost $35 to $55. you have to order them online in advance. if you have a twitter account you will receive a prompt on your home timeline today encouraging you to vote early. the message will go to all twitter users in the u.s. it comes with information showing voting information for every state. nine out of ten u.s. twitter users say they are registered to vote and they do plan on voting. two-thirds of them have already voted or plan to do so before the election. still ahead, breonna taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of lying. what he says actually happened the night she was killed.
and a live look at the big board at the new york stock exchange. we're up about 58 points. another update on how the markets are doing next. and usps looking to hire essential workers. jobina will show us some of the job openings available. >> first we want to check in with mike for a look at our forecast. hey, mike. >> hey, kumasi, reggie. hi, everybody. thanks for joining us this morning. neighborhood temperatures in san francisco. 50 in ocean beach, that's the cool spot. a little bit of fog to your south. 57 and clear conditions over potrero hill. the rest of us in the low to mid 50s, except fairfield, 60 degrees there. still waiting for those gusty winds to develop. only about 8 miles per hour right now. if you're commuting this morning, the coastal fog is the only issue. it will be cool to mild, so grab
your coat as you head home. breezy at times if you're out on the water. we're high across the north bay, around solano and napa counties with highs extending into the east bay hills and trying to slide down into the diablo range. heading through the morning and the afternoon, the high goes away. the high shows up, even that goes away for a while as we head into the evening hours. overnight the best chance of critical fire conditions will be in the north bay. by the time we get to 8:00 tomorrow morning, even that starts to taper. here's what will happen. look at these winds. just exploding, if you will, sunday night. look at that. this is not in the hills. this is going to be down where the rest of us live. in the hills they'll be faster. we have critical fire conditions. our strongest event possibly of the season coming at us sunday night into monday. we'll keep an eye on that. for now, let's get over to jobina and talk about the morning commute. hopefully it's moving that quickly also. jobina? >> for the most part, yes.
we had this stalled car along the peninsula that turned into a crash. i want to take you to this area on the map. another slowdown that we're seeing as a result of road construction that wrapped up earlier. so as you approach this stretch northbound in between belmont and san mateo on 101, right as you're kind of seeing that approach to the san mateo bridge, there's a stalled car, it turned into a crash. hopefully police can get that out of the way quickly. moving over to san lorenzo and hayward, really slow there, 28 miles per hour due to road construction. a live look showing you the bay bridge toll plaza, metering light metering lights came on at 6:02. big backup to the maze. live look showing you the san mateo br
kenneth walker gave an exclusive interview. this follows a former police officer saying they announced themselves before breaking into taylor's apartment. here's walker painting a different picture. >> she's still saying who is it the whole time? i'm saying who is it now? i grabbed my gun, then we proceed to go answer the door, when we get in the doorway of the bedroom, the door flies open. >> walker did shoot and wounded one officer. you can hear more from him on "good morning america" at 7:00 on abc7. to your morning money report. some surprising numbers from the u.s. labor department which released the weekly jobless claims report about an hour ago. here's what we've learned. 787,000 new jobless claims were filed last week, that's lower than the 870,000 that was
forecasted. it's the lowest several since march before the coronavirus shut down the country. the labor department reports 8.3 million continuing claims, that's down by 1 million from last week. let's look at the new york stock exchange as trading gets under way. we are up right now about 60 points. at abc7 we're committed to helping build a better bay area, that includes the impact the pandemic is having on our economy. every week job hunting with jobina where she's searching for open roles for you. today she has a company with hundreds of openings up and down the bay area. where is this? >> yes. so the united states postal service, everybody, they tell me the work there can be hard and in some cases you may need to be prepared to sweat, but they say above everything else it really is rewarding work. ♪ >> what are you doing in my mailb mailbox? you have jobs? back there?
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smith river at the oregon border we're looking at about 500 positions. most postal employees, we don't change jobs. once you're a postal employee, you're there for 25, 30, 40, some even up to 50 years. >> reporter: usps career employees receive benefits, a retirement package and an annual cost of living raise. >> we believe in providing mail service to every address within our district. if you have a motivation, you want to make a difference and you want to feel good about the work you're doing, we have something for you. >> she was so nice to talk to. okay. so here is the listing for a mail carrier for the city. the duties include delivering and collecting mail on foot or by vehicle, maintaining professionalism, there are loads of other things that are involved there. also qualifications, this was interesting. you need to pass a usps exam,
back ground check and be familiar with the postal laws and regulations. and the salary, everyone wants to know about the money. between $20 and a little over $32 per hour and you're paid biweekly. a new shoreline park is open next to one of the bay area's most popular landmarks. the judge john sutter regional shoreline is located at the eastern edge of the bay bridge. john sutter was an east bay civic and environmental leader. >> for years he dedicated himself to access to the oakland shoreline so people who live in an urban area can have more access to the bay and more parkland. >> the park includes a massive public observation pier. there's a 24,000 square foot train maintenance building from the 1930s renovated to host concerts and events. we're looking forward to that. >> mm-hmm.
>> we need as many outdoor spaces as we can get right now. >> yes, indeed. >> mm-hmm. if you're heading outdoors, it's going to be a nice day. nice to finally see you. you guys are looking great. here's a look from sutro tower. it looks like a nice day unfolding here. 56 degrees. temperatures about the same as they have been all week. let's talk about our highlights. becoming sunny even along the coast where we have fog this morning. critical fire conditions will work their way throughout our neighborhoods. cooler lows, sneaky clouds coming back tonight. that will signal a cooling trend for the weekend that will be abruptly stopped sunday night into monday. wind, we have our next wind event. that will usher in cooler weather for next week. here's the cloud cover. watch as the offshore breeze pushes it back down into the monterey bay heading into the afternoon hours. let's look at our temperatures today. sorry, here's a look at the front. you can see the breezes coming in. the dry and breezy conditions.
that's why getting off to a late start. they will pick up as we head through the morning. temperatures, 80 to 83 in the south bay. on the peninsula, looking at 76 to about 80. comfortable there. upper 60s along the coast this afternoon with that increasing sunshine. mid 70s for downtown, south san francisco and sausalito. we have 81 to 85 through the north bay valleys. that's about 10 degrees warmer than average. along the east bay shore. 75 to 79. 5 to 10 degrees warmer than average. in the east bay valleys, 82 to 85. tonight will be cooler than this morning. you can see the cloud cover returning up the peninsula coast. it will be sneaky. there may be a few 80s holding on tomorrow. that's it. we have 60s and 70s with afternoon clouds and sunshine. windy conditions for us monday which will precipitate another red flag warning, then lows in the 30s and 40s after that. reggie, kumasi? >> thank you. quibi is calling it quits.
the streaming service built on short videos has shut down after just six months in business. the los angeles-based company struggled since launching during the pandemic. quibi says subscribers will receive notifications regarding the last day they can access the platform. the streaming service failed despite the backing of some of hollywood's biggest names. investors lost an estimated $1.4 billion. a san francisco family is already winning halloween with their epic decoration. yes, it's themed to the pandemic. it's in west postal. they put a giant mask on their home. the woman who lives there said her husband is an engineer and their friend is an architect, together they came up with this huge mask. she said this year ghosts and witches don't feel necessary
because we are actually living in the scariest of times. she said the mask is a simple and a powerful way to make that point. it turns out this family always goes big for halloween. this, of course, is a different year than most. they say they get hundreds of trick-or-treaters every year. so it's a popular spot. they must have the good candy. >> they must have the good candy. >> yes, lotion time. i hear this has been missed. >> friend, these hands here need this lotion. it's been a week. >> are they cracked? a little crinkly? >> just a bit. they're back now. they're back. >> i'm glad to bring you all the hydration. >>
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