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good morning. thank you so much for joining us on this sunday, october 28th. i'm kate larson. we'll start with a quick look at weather with meteorologist lisa argen that's here to tell us about a cool down, i think. >> yes, low clouds and fog. here is live doppler 7. oakland six-mile visibility but worse than that on the coast. temperatures are mild due to the cloud cover. 60 concord, 59 hayward but 48 santa rosa. look at the zero mile visibility half moon bay while we have qua. d is foggy for you and temperatures because of the cloud cover muggy. five degrees warmer than yesterday. the forecast today calls for
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clouds to linger and partly sunny by noontime and hazy conditions. 60 coast side and upper 60s around the bay and low 70s and cooler from two to five degrees cooler and 70 around the bay. 60s at the beaches and we'll talk about the cooling trend to begin the week but temperatures are going to climb. that's coming up in my seven-day forecast in a few minutes, kate? >> thanks, lisa. the man accused in a deadly rampage and synagogue, we're waiting for a news conference to start. i can tell you at least 11 people are dead. six more were injured including four police officers. the suspect identified as 46-year-old robert bowers faces 29 federal charges including some that could carry the death penalty. deadest attacks uy previous crih
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>>re vigils yesterday sharing a common message that hate needs to stop. abc 7 ne brks krrks 7 nubc 7 ha >> having a brother living there touches home. >> reporter: jock rocked saturday morning by the news of 11 1 dead and six injured. his brother a practicing orthodox jew lives in the community that was hit. >> it's a country of people. >> reporter: his brother wasn't hurt but he's grieving. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: as were these people outside of the contemporary jewish in san francisco. >> there is a launch of hate, not just rhetoric but an action. >> to those who traffic in white supremacy. >> reporter: the discussion
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saturday night. >> one life is an entire universe. >> reporter: how do you fight back against hate? this group believes it starts through knowing your neighbors and maintaining hope. >> we need to work together to move this country from insane back to humane. >> reporter: in berkeley, a similar message. >> tonight, we join the millions throughout the world who believe those murdered -- >> reporter: others are calling for something more tangible. >> take a stand on election day. elections matter. you can't just, you know, post something on twitter letting everyone know how upset you are. >> reporter: i spoke with several rabbis at the events and all of them telling me local synagogues maintained a strong relationship with law enforcement and they plan to work closely with police in the days ahead. reporting in berkeley, abc 7 news. >> thanks. former president barack obama posted a tweet following
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the tree of life synagogue massacre saying we grieve for the americans murdered in pittsburgh. all of us have to fight the rise of anti-semitism. we have to stop making it so easy for those who want to harm the innocent to get their hands on a gun. synagogues in the bay area are taking no chances in the wake of the shooting. security has been increased considerably. abc 7 news cornell bernard shows us what some of them are doing. >> reporter: david is checking all the doors at congregation sherith israel making sure they are locked and secured. >> the fear is copy cats. >> reporter: he is security chief of the temple where security has been stepped up at the massacre. congregation members are entering through a side door escorted by guards. >> it is tragic. it is a hate crime. and hatred will not be tolerated. >> reporter: a san francisco police officer patrols outside
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temp emanuel. >> we stand against every hate and form it takes. >> reporter: rabbi beth singer says a metal detector is nothing new outside her synagogue and neither is the fear of violence. >> it's something i permly wo p worry about every day because of the rise of gun violence. >> reporter: we found police officers on patrol around san francisco's jewish community center. >> it's devastating. i'm jewish. >> reporter: state senator scott we weaner blasted the president for suggesting it may have a different outcome if the synagogue had an armed gua >> the solution is fewer guns and the president to stop with hate rhetoric inspiring and inflaming these people to commit acts of terrorism. >> reporter: so far there is no evidence suggesting robert bowers' acts were politically motivated. she is making sure members of her temple feel safe.
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>> we pray for peace on this day and pray for peace everywhere. >> reporter: the front gates of term emanuel are locked uptight. heightened security will continue until further notice. in san francisco, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >> thanks cornell. the counsel on american islamic relations or c.a.r.e. is expressing solidarity. c.a.r.e. says such an acre of t -- act of terror affects all of us. our doors are open at all times. c.a.r.e. is the largest muslim civil rights and advocacy organization. the sports world remembering the victims of the shooting. before the start of the game between the dodgers and red sox there was a moment of silence. all of pittsburgh's professional sports teams posted some sort of tribute. the shooting is the latest of a series in ventrecent attacks agt
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jews. some experts say it's not all motivated by hate. fear is a big issue. >> we saw in mitt pipittsburgh biggest antis-semitic act in decades. >> reporter: they seen a spike in hate crime against jews going back to the 2016 presidential campaign. there is an almost 60 percent increase from 2016 to 2017, the largest single year increase on record. >> criminal activity and legal expressions of hatred. somebody doing or saying something using free speech rights. >> reporter: even here in the bay area. in september during the jewish new year, flyers with antis-semitic messages were posted at five east basin synagogues. >> using the terminology of the civil rights movement so white rights and pride in being white.
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they try to attach it to legitimate issues of debate like the immigration debate. >> reporter: he says jews have been demonized blamed for society's problems and that leads to fear. >> there is a correlation between hate crimes and the statements in positions of public leaders. >> reporter: u.c. hastings law professor says when president trump attacks mexicans or must almos muslims or athletes, i it emboldens people to act. saying they would like to quote bring in invaders that kill our people. >> this is precisely the kind of fear that drives people to violence. it's not in other words, just a matter of hate. fear is a very important fact tore. >> reporter: regardless of motive, this shouldn't be seen as an isolated incident. >> they may not target your community today but it does affect us all. all right. this is a live look at the press
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conpranference in pittsburgh starting now. the first person we'll hear from is s brady, a u.s. attorney. let's listen in. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for being here with us today. i'm scott brady, the united states attorney for the western district of pennsylvania. on behalf of attorney general jeff sessions and the entire family of the united states department of justice, we want to offer our most heart-felt condolences and prayers to the victims of yesterday's senseless acts of hatred and violence and to family and friends and the community and larger community of pittsburgh. the jewish community of pittsburgh that one w p bu pittsburghers treasure. so this was an attack upon our neighbors and upon our friends and one that we felt very deeply. the fact that this attack took place during a worship service makes it even more heinous.
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a place of worship is a sacred place. it's a place of peace and a place of grace. it's a place where a community comes together to celebrate that they hold most dear and sacred. and this is our first freedom as a people. so today, all over pennsylvania men and women in similar places of worship are in prayer for a jewish brothers and sisters. so today we stand together as a community, a community that rejects hatred and violence, a community where neighbors respect neighbors, where we embrace our religious diversity and celebrate differences. and together we mourn those whose lives were lost and we begin the healing process. i want to commend the courageous police officers and swat teams that responded to the scene. they are truly heroes who without hesitation and without concern for their safety ran
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towards gunfire to protect innocent victims. by confronting and neutralizing bowers, they prevented additional loss of life. so word about the charges. last night my office filed federal charges against the defendant robert bowers. the complaint alleges that on saturday, october 27th at approximately 9:50 a.m., robert bowers entered the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh squirrel hill neighborhood. at that time neighbors were engaged in religious services and worship. bowers was armed with multiple weapons. he had three glock .357 handguns and an ar 17 assault rifle. inside the synagogue, bowers shot and killed 1 1 individuals and wounded two others. nelice offeranows shot at them ultimately four police officers were injured and three of them were shot by
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during the course of his deadly assault on the people of the synagogue, bowers made statements regarding genocide and his desire to kill jewish people. after stand off with police, bowers eventually surrendered and remains in federal custody today. so our complaint charges bowers with 29 separate federal crimes. there are 11 counts of murdering victims exercising religious believes, there are 11 counts of using a firearm to commit murders and each count is punishment by death. the final counts are based upon the harm inflicted by bowers and brave police officers who in trying to stop bowers' rampage put their own lives in danger. three of these brave men were shot by bowers so bowers is scheduled to make his initial appearance before a magistrate judge a
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1:30 p.m. so moving forward, the investigation is underway and our work will continue. know that we will spare no effort or resource in ensuring that the defendant is held fully accountable for his unspeakable and hateful crimes. we would ask the public and media to have patience with us as we conduct this investigation and understand that there are things during times of the investigation. at the conclusion of our remarks, we'll be happy to take questions. now you'll hear from special agent robert jones. >> thank you, scott. last night at approximately 9:00 p.m., robert bowers was formally taken into federal custody following an arrest warrant by a federal magistrate judge. he's ith spal followi s and under guard. at this point, we have nothing t indicate that bowers had accomplices but again, we're in
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the early stages of this investigation. our hearts continue to go out to the families of the victims of the jewish community last evening after difficult work by the medical examiner's office, all 1 1 victims were identified and next of kin identification took place. as of 6:00 a.m. this morning, all of the victims had been taken from the education center to the medical examiner's office. i want to personally thank the leadership of the jewish community center and rabbis of the three congregations located at the facility for patience and the patience of the families as we worked through the night to identify and remove the victims this morning. this is a large, complex crime scene and much work remains to be done. at present, fb i-tei teams aree and the scene may take up to a week to process. as reported already, we've conducted a search at the subject's house in baldwin and a
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search of his vehicle will take place this morning. i can't commenthose searches. we continue to conduct interviews, scrub social media, review possible surveillance camera video and exploit digital media to determine how and why he committed this act. i ask again if you have information that may help, contact law enforcement. i'd like again to thank chief shubert of the pittsburgh police for heroic actions of officers. had bowers made it out of the facility, there is a strong possibility additional violence would have occurred. i would like to thank wendell and his team. they are a big part of the community that promises to protect and serve. >> good morning. i would just like to take a few minutes and thank the outpouring of support we've received over
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the last 24 hours. the jewish community center, the red cross, the salvation army, the various grief counselors, the children's institute and the many other organizations and businesses that provide food and logistics for the officers and victims. as mr. jones mentioned, the area around wilkins and shady will remain closed so the forensic investigation of the crime scene can continue. that area will probably remain closed for up to a week. extra patrols have been assigned around various sensitive locations throughout the city of pittsburgh to include where the scheduled event will occur tonight. >> all right. so we've just heard from a number of people in pittsburgh, including the u.s. attorney scott brady and a special agent with the pittsburgh field burro. they said that bowers is in federal custody right now, sounds like he was in the
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hospital -- is in the hospital recovering from surgery but then will be before a judge tomorrow afternoon. there are 29 federal charges against him and officials say that they found that he had three glock 357 handguns and one ar-15. he shot 11 people inside the synagogue and woulded tnded two and four police officers injured. they said three officers were shot by bowers. it sounds like there is a fourth police officer, we don't know how he was shot. we're also told that bowers made statements about genocide and a desire to kill jewish people. there was a stand off. he surroue su surrendered and il custody. there is no indication he had accomplices and the next of kin to people killed has taken place. they say you're looking at the
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scene right there in pittsburgh or at least the edge of it, it's a large and complicated crime scene. they have multiple agencies from all over the area helping process the scene and that could take up to a week. they have already searched bowers' home and say today they will search his car and they will also comb through his social media accounts to figure out what his motives are and how of course, all of this happened. it sounds like this is just the beginning of a very long and heartbreaking investigation. we're going to be rig see the heated umbrella -- >> it works amazing. >> of course it does. next "right this minute."
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good sunday morning waking up to a good deal of cloud cover once again. some of the fog is dense, otherwise we'll wait to see the sun today. we have a system allowing for the rain in the pacific northwest and a stronger on shore push and cool down may be eight degrees cooler today in the inland east bay. we had mid 80s yesterday and right now it's a warmer start with 54 in fremont and 59 in oakland and upper 40s here and upper 50s for oakland and a quarter mile of six miles here at oakland. sfo one mile. i would suspect we'll see delays there at the airport and santa rosa at seven miles. here is a look at the airport where we'll see slow clearing on
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the peninsula and cooler temperatures. we have patchy dense fog and high clouds and warmer start cooler today with hazy conditions and stay dry throughout the next several days but the pattern changes as the warmup begins on tuesday. halloween will be dry but we'll see numbers back into the 80s in our inland east bay. as we look at our hour by hour animation, you'll notice we have cloud cover all the way into our east bay valleys, just about and then throughout the morning hours, it's really slow to clear. here we are at 1:00 in the afternoon, sun in the north bay but hazy conditions over in oakland also in livermore and san jose and 4:00 in the afternoon, the clouds want to pull back a bit from the coast but we'll see the fog linger at the shoreline. so cooler numbers on the way today. tomorrow for san jose, average highs in the low 70s. 73 today, tomorrow, 75 on tuesday and up through the upper 70s to near 80 degrees by next week. elsewhere in the south bay, low 70s for you.
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75 on the peninsula 60s. on the coast you'll notice the cloud cover, low 60s daily city. downtown will be just a few degrees cooler today. 73 for your up in santa rosa. the hazy conditions with napa low 70s on the east bay. 69 oakland and newark 73 today and inland a cool down with temperatures in the 70s. by 4:00 we should see 75 with 76 in brandwood. temperatures cooling off with patchy fog. 53 in san jose over in oakland today for the raiders, 65. partly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon and the o accuweather forecast, mid 70s inland and partly sunny today looking at the temperatures near average but cooler than we have been on monday and then for tuesday, we begin a reversal with a warmup, the wind shifts.
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a special halloween event took place yesterday for children with special needs. it's called trunk or treat. local firefighters, police, and community volunteers decorated the backs of vehicles parked at the school district parent resource center where they handed out lots of candy. the event helps kids that may find it challenging to participate in traditional halloween activities. >> still to come on abc 7 mornings, on the move again. an update on the massive caravan headed towards the
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and good morning. it is 6:31 on this sunday. we are going to start this half hour with a quick look at weather with meteorologist lisa argen who is here to explain all the fog and some cooling temperatures. >> that's right. the cooler temperatures this afternoon, it's milder due to the cloud cover. upper 40s where that's cool and 60 in concord and 54 in fremont with 59 in oakland. we have fog once again with zero visibility, half moon bay and the airport no delays but a mild visibility. napa, santa rosa not bad but oakland two and a half miles. the fog expanded and increased within the past hour and we expect that to continue as we go through the 2:00 hour we're hazy and the sun has come out and
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temperatures are mild. mid 60s to 70 but we'll have fog at the coast and by later on today, the fog wants to pull back but we are mild in the 60s and by 10:00, it's going to be clear and numbers will be comfortable. we'll talk about how cool it will be to start the week and then a warmup on track to include halloween and unfortunately, high fire danger returning coming up in a few minutes, kate? >> thanks, lisa. the man that allegedly opened fire on worshippers at a synagogue faces 29 federal charges. 11 people are dead and six injured including four police officers. the suspect has been identified as 46-year-old robert bowers. he was not known to law enforcement officials before the shooting. he is in federal custody and will appear before a judge on monday. authorities say bowers has multiple firearm and hunting licenses to his name and used a. officials gave an update about
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30 minutes ago. >> during the course of his deadly assault on the people of the synagogue, bowers made statements regarding genocide and his desire to kill jewish people. after a stand off with police, bowers eventually rendrenl -- surrendered and remains in police custody. >> they searched his home and will serve his car today and are combing through social media and will likely take all week to process the scene at and around the synagogue. this attack is being called one of the deadliest on the jewish community in u.s. history. immediately after the shooting in pittsburgh, the new york city police department dispatched officers to jewish centers and houses of worship. officers from the critical response command and counterterrorism many burroughs made their press innocence known. they called it a precautionary measure. andrew quecuomo ordered more
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patrol. >> more details on the florida man arrested accused of sending more than a dozen pipe critics of donald trump. >> reporter: the young journey for cesar siayoc begins on monday. they will work out details to transfer to new york where he'll face trial for building and mailing more than a dozen pipe bombs to critics of donald trump. a picture is emerging of sayoc, a troubled man men niacing towa women but some who say he wasn't particularly overtly political until the last two years. when arrested on friday, his van was covered with prodonald trump, anti democrat and one that said simply kill your enemies. if that was his mission, he came up short. none of the 14 pipe bombs he built detonated.
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in miami for abc news, i'm jim dolan. coming up on this week, abc news chief global affairs martha will report from the ground in pittsburgh and will have the latest developments on the synagogue shooting. you can watch with george stephanopoulos this week on abc 7. officials in mexico have abandoned a block aid to prevent thousands of central americans migrants from advancing their caravan headed to the u.s. border. mexico's national human rights commission warned federal police. the rural stretch of highway was no place to hold negotiations since it lacked shade, toilets and water. the caravan declined mexico's offer of shelter, schooling and jobs. the caravan is expected tin t j today. the owner of one of the most popular soccer teams is reportedly dead after his private helicopter crashed as it departed tlohewingthe end of a .
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the helicopter belonged to a thy billionaire that owns the leicester soccer club. it plummeted into a parking lot. you can see it burst into flames next to the stadium. there are casualties on board but officials were not able to confirm who died in the crash. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, giving the gift of flowers. why a group hit the streets to pedal it forward. and take a look at this, this is a live look from our emeryville camera that is pointing north towards berkeley. you can see a little traffic on i-80 on this sunday morning. the sun is yet to rise but lisa argen will have details on the weather for sunday as soon as she comes back on with our
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season yet and i'm really excited about that on wednesday for halloween. >> very cute. we're looking at a nice halloween if you're planning on dry trick-or-treating weather but it's going to be on the warm side. a live look outside. san rafael, light, sunshirise a 7:30 and temperatures mild there but up the road in santa rosa 47. a lot of cloud cover and dense fog at the coast and a comfortable day on the way. cooler than yesterday. we'll talk about when the clouds clear coming up. >> thanks, lisa. next, hours after dropping an 18-inning heartbreaker, the red sox rally late in l.a. to take a commanding lead in the world series. mindy balk has highlights
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in sports, the 49ers and raiders will get the second win of the season. oakland at 1:05 and the niners at 1:25. next week, cal will try to win the bears' third straight game after knocking off 15th ranked washington yesterday. here is abc 7 sports anchor mindy balk with the highlights in this morning's sports. good morning, everyone. a large part of cal head coach justin wilwilcox' experience ca under chris peterson. on saturday he delivered the biggest win against his former head coach and they are ready
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for the upset at memorial stadium.sks 7-3. jake browning's pass is picked off and look at the footwork. has a where with all to keep one food inbounds. chris peterson pulls for jake mainer. he'll be second guessed for that. weaver didn't care. he got the pick and the big man managed to stay on his feet and returned it 37 yards as he reached for the pylon and the score. cal took the lead. fourth quarter, browning back in but ashton davis with the hops. he can't hold onto the interception as you take another look incomplete. the huskies settle for a field goal but 12-10 the final for cal and this could be a turning point for head coach justin wilc wilcox. >> yeah, i think everybody on the team played extremely hard and we knew it would be a battle but i think all the guys, i know they came in expecting to win the game and it's huge. it just gives validation to everything we're doing and just love the guys and their effort and how they bring it every
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single day and really happy and proud of them for them to be in this position and to feel this excitement is awesome for a program. >> stanford hosted washington state. k.j. costello goes to his favorite target on his favorite play. the fade to j.j. whiteside. that's his tenth touchdown reception of the year. washington state scored the next 14 points. gardener with a toss to max and easy walk in touchdown. second quarter, costello with 323 yards and four touchdowns here. he scrambles enough to find caden smith for the ten-yard touchdown. cardinals up 28-17 at the half. washington state came back and took the lead in the fourth. three yards to bernard bell. the cougars up by seven. 1:31 left in the game. costello finds whiteside again 25 yards for the score then. they are tied again at 38 a piece this time but there is
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enough time for washington to do. blake makes a al. washington state leads with 4-1 record in conference play 41-38 the final. >> the effort does not show up in the win loss column but what happened out there on the field, that's the team i want to coach. we had the lead and we couldn't extend it or keep it. >> we worked so hard during the week being process oriented and seeing growth in so many areas but not getting a win is a really tough feeling. >> a heartbreaker for me, personally because i felt like we came out hoping to make a statement and we did. we got to wrap it up in the end and that's what killed us really. >> after an 18-inning, seven hour 20 minute game, the dodgers and red sox had time for a short meal and nap before game four.
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there was a unique moment before the game. dennis through the pitch to gibson. gibson hid a dramatic home run in '88. bottom of the sixth, the dodgers erupted for four runs, three of them provided by puig's big bomb. great reaction from both. the dodgers' took a 4-0 mitch moreland on a three-run home run. that's the first home run of the season. raphael with second with this base hit. pierce finds the gap next with the bases loaded. you know what he's going to do. a bases clearing double. the dodgers were, were 54-0 when they led by four runs throughout this season and playoffs. they are 54-1.
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the red sox win 9-6 the final. they are only one win away from their ninth world series title as a franchise. >> coming up today, the raiders host the colts and the 49ers in arizona. both games kick off at 1:00. we'll bring you highlights starting at 5:00. we'll see you then. good sunday morning to you. here is the explore camera. here is clouds and fog this morning but we have very interesting sunrise pictures for you. nice in san jose. we'll get back to that in a moment. right now looking at the highs for the week in santa rosa. down about six degrees today for the low 70s. 72 tomorrow. and then look what happens as we get into tuesday and wednesday, even thursday and friday we're back into the 80s. it's an offshore flow but enjoying this. the sunrise from san jose and
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high clouds and some of the high clouds insulating you for a warmer start to sunday. we're looking at a system to the north that is going to bring the cool down today bringing a good deal of rain to the pacific northwest but for the bay area, it's a cooler day with cloud cover to start out. we're looking at walnut creek right now also another nice view for you. 57 san francisco. 59 in oakland with low 50s for san jose and 56 morgan hill and the golden gate bridge, it's foggy. not as foggy as yesterday. numbers are ranging from the upper 40s. concord mild at 60. a south wind up to 29 miles an hour still managing that 59 degrees, that air well mixed and the visibility in miles, oakland 2.5 miles. a mile at the airport down to really nothing along the coast all morning long and up in the north bay, pretty dicey from napa, santa rosa. this is santa cruz. 77 five,
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six degrees from friday's reading. patchy dense fog, high clouds this morning and cooler today with hazy conditions and looking for a dry pattern for the next seven days but going to get warmer, much warmer, a return to low to mid 80s by the middle of next week. hour by hour the fog is with us and begins to clear on out in the north bay a little bit sooner, i think, than elsewhere. here is 1:30. you can see a lot of cloud cover all around the bay and then it sweeps out of here throughout the afternoon. and that's thanks to a bit of a wind shift after that front pushes through. some stronger winds. tomorrow's highs are similar to today in the 70s. 60s seasan francisco. this is the warming trend near 80 antioch and livermore and by wednesday, numbers around the and after that, we could be even warmer. so highs today 65. half moon bay. 69 oakland and livermore75 and
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4:fterno70s from santa rosa to san jose. planning for busy day afternoon for school and evening for kids with halloween. it's going to be dry and sunny with a bit of an offshore flow. 60s to mid 80s and by the time the kids get out for trick-or-treating, the sunsets at 6:12 and mild. 60s to 70s. the seven-day forecast, cooler today and sunny still on the cool side tomorrow and then warming up on tuesday download the accuweather app and as we warm up, we're warming up everywhere. notice the 70s at the shoreli0 0 >> i could watch the dancing mummy all day. >> it's a chuckle all the time. >> thank you, lisa. a grown up of women in the east l of puzzled looks and smiles. we followed the women last week as they shared flower power.
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>> do you want flowers? >> thank you. >> reporter: it's an act of kindness that caught people off guard.one, but two bouquets of flowers, one to keep and one to share. >> lovely. what a beautiful bouquet of flowers. >> they make us happy. >> reporter: it's part of pedal it forward. a national campaign to share a random act of kindness. valerie, owner of j miller flowers organized the give away in oakland. >> it's giving back to the community and seeing people's faces light up with smiles, just with a bow bow bow bow >> we have to reassure them we are giving them a gift. a gift to give to others, as well. >> reporter: they were donated. in all, the women gave out 300 bouquets including dozens to
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families and workers at children's hospital oakland. >> cheers up everyone's day. what i love is it's very spontaneous and really random act of kindness. >> who are you going to give it to? >> my co-worker. she had a bad day. they hit her on her way to work. >> reporter: more than 450 florists took part. >> paying it forward. pick somebody else to make their day. thank you. >> reporter: dan ashley, abc 7 news. >> so great. coming up, a spooky tradition on the peninsula where kids can get a head start on trick-or-treating and celebrating halloween. love that. and cow costume. take a look at this, we have winning numbers from -- no, that's my bad. we'll do that after the break. a quick little tease for you.
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california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california.
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i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, teachers, and mental-health professionals. vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer
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and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. here are the winning numbers from last night's powerball 8, 12, 13, 19, 27, powerball number 4. two tickets matched sold in iowa and new york, which means wednesday's jackpot resets to a measly $40 million. doesn't seem like a lot from the last ones tradition, it's the 24th annual trick-or-treat halloweencontest, and lots of trick-or-treating.
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the stanford band is also set to perform and we know they are a ton of fun. local businesses sponsor the event. it runs from 10:00 until 2:00 between birch street and park boulevard. i love seeing the kids in their costume and everything they come up with. >> it's fun. we are looking at a cooler day today. 60s, 70s, partly sunny and about the same forecast tomorrow until things turn around for tuesday when we warm up by halloween numbers are in the low 80s inland, upper 60s at the coast. the warmest day looks to be thursday and we cool down at the shoreline. it's warmth after today and tomorrow. >> thanks, lisa. thank you for joining us. i'm kate larson with lisa argen. the news continues online, twitter, facebook and instagram. we come back at 00 a. good morni "good morning america" is next.
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"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, teachers, and mental-health professionals. vote "yes" on c.
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big corporations pay for it, not you. good morning, america. happening right now new developments in the synagogue massacre. >> all city units are being sent to an active shooter. >> 11 dead as a gunman opens fire on jewish worshippers in pittsburgh. >> it's a very horrific crime scene. it's one of the worst that i've seen. >> the courageous actions of law enforcement running into the gunfire. >> president trump weighing in on this lethal attack. >> this evil anti-semitic attack is an assault on all of us, it's an assault on humanity. >> new details about the suspect emerge while a city is in mourning a day after the mass shooting.

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