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>> building a better bay area. moving forward and finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. kate: oakland is mourning another five tonight after another murder. an activist gunned down in his own home. good evening. a woman was also injured in that shooting on oakland's monticello avenue. our reporter spoke to neighbors who are mourning a friend and are concerned for their own safety. reporter: at 11:29 p.m. on friday, oakland police responded to the latest homicide in the city. two victims shot inside their home. today, oakland police did clarify the circumstances behind
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the homicide. a next-door neighbor feeling helpless. >> i heard the shots. reporter: minutes later, police arrived and he heard the worst news. his neighbor and friend had been killed. >> he was a friend and i stayed up all night until i saw him leaving. reporter: he remembers hearing a total of two gunshots. the police scanner describes the injuries of the other victim. >> a second victim has been shot in the arm. reporter: the neighbor identified his neighbor as an activist. the second victim was his wife. the activist was pronounced dead at the scene. his wife is in stable condition. investigators were at the house today searching for answers. police have not released any information regarding the suspect. >> i thought of myself.
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i am the same age as the person that wasi am sleeping at that t. should i get a gun? reporter: another resident is asking city officials to help saying in the last three months, i have noticed an increase in gunshots in the once quiet maxwell park neighborhood. >> we need leaders who not just listen but take action. reporter: are you thinking of a neighborhood watch? >> that is my hope. reporter: he bought a dog a few months ago. >> it is really scary. reporter: this is the 105th death in oakland this year. in oakland, abc 7 news. kate: here at abc 7, we dedicated teams of reporters to dig into oakland's rising number of homicides.
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to read more of our in-depth coverage, check outebsite t cntry today, thousands of people took to the streets to protest for women's rights. here is a look at some of the protests today. in washington, d.c., the group headed straight to the steps of the supreme court. people marched in each r r r r r the bay area today. we were at the march in san francisco. some said the stakes could not be higher this year. >> abortion rights under attack, what do we do? reporter: the rallying cry near the san francisco civic center supporting reproductive rights. >> i am here so my daughters can be protected and have their rights protected. >> my name is marlo rodriguez. i am a registered nurse. reporter: last month, a texas
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law that bans abortions after six weeks with no exceptions went into effect. the supreme court denied a i cannot stand this other woman cannot choose to cannot stand this -- that a woman cannot decide what to do with her body. reporter: they went to market street. ♪ >> i am out here with all of these people. women and men, all nationalities because we respect that women are human beings and have to have this control of their bodies. reporter: in the south bay, protesters marched to san jose city hall. >> i am proud to stand here with you all and to stand up for our very own human rights. reporter: activists fear the
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supreme court could take up cases challenging roe v. wade in the future. >> should we rely on the supreme court to defend women's rights to an abortion? >> woman in danger. kate: as pro-choice rallies were held throughout the country, several were met by counter protesters against the abortion. several interactions were highly contentious. switching gears, another spare the air alert has been issued for tomorrow. our meteorologist has all of the answers. meteorologist: you saw outside today some haze in the atmosphere. tonight, a little easier to breathe. a live look outside. all of the cameras around the region show clear skies.
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we do have good to moderate air quality currently but it will decline again heading into sunday. we have some elevated smoke in our atmosphere. it is a hazy end to moderate to poor air quality but it will improve by monday and tuesday especially. we will have cleaner air moving in. tomorrow, along with the air quality issues, it is a hot end to the weekend. kate: thank you. did you feel it? an earthquake shook parts of the bay area today after another one last night. i spoke to a scientist about what the earthquakes mean when they are so close together. two earthquakes in two days shook the bay area. saturday, a three .5 magnitude earthquake just before 12:30 p.m. in the afternoon. both were centered in nearly the
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same spot. >> it is a rolling day. kate: she felt both earthquakes. >> born and raised in california. i always feel them. >> these should be treated as reminders that at some point in the future, we will experience a large fault earthquake. kate: the deputy director for the science center said the earthquakes were felt throughout the bay area. as far south as san jose. he lives in alvin ailey. >> i felt -- he lives in albany. >> i felt a little rumble. >> these are just small patches rupturing on a creeping fault. >> it is kind of scary because it makes you think of the big one. kate: he says at some point, there will be a large earthquake along a fault.
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>> it keeps you on edge. kate: he also told me he wants to thank everyone that reported shaking. he says the data points provide seismologists with valuable information. if you want to check out more earthquake resources including a guide, go to our website. the giants during eight to hopefully clinch their first division title since 2012 will continue until another day. we were at oracle all day long and the result was not what giants were hoping for tonight. sportscaster: not tonight and so we wait. after 161 games, the nl west is still not decided. the dodgers are one game back of the giants. a sold-out crowd to cheer on the giants against san diego but after a 3-2 loss in 10 innings, that says it all.
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with a win over milwaukee tonight, the giants still in control of their own destiny as we head to the regular-season finale tomorrow at oracle park. >> pretty simple for me, i don't want to speak for everyone but i imagine i can speak for most of us. we expect to play a meaningful game tomorrow. >> we would like to punch our ticket today and do it ourselves but that is baseball. i thought we played a great game all the way around. it is unfortunate we lost today but we will win tomorrow. sportscaster: you have to love the confidence from kevin. much more in sports and highlights and reactions from what happened at oracle park. should be an intense sunday at the ballpark. kate: still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00, bringing vaccines to neighborhood in needs. a clinic today in a neighborhood where the vaccination rate is a lagging. rig -- right lights.
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kate: authorities in florida made a sad announcement that the body believed to be a 19-year-old has been found. investigators discovered the remains in a wooded area of orange county, florida. she was last seen at her apartment complex in orlando. the day she went missing, a master key of a maintenance worker at the apartment building was used to enter her apartment. >> her bed is always made up and everything is in place. she has everything set up a certain way and when we got there, it was in a mess. kate: the person of interest in
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the case died by suicide on monday. as the delta variant fueled a of cobit cases, the u.s. has passed another tragic milestone. doctors urging the unvaccinated to get the shot. we have more on the sobering statistics. reporter: the united states reaching its latest heartbreaking milestone on friday surpassing 700,000 lives lost to covid-19. throughout the summer, the rising death toll has been driven by the delta variant mainly of the unvaccinated. nearly 70 million americans have still not received the vaccine. >> vaccinations are still our best defense against the covid-19. reporter: a former college football player delayed getting the vaccine and nearly lost his life to the virus days before he
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was scheduled to get his first shot. >> i was very unsure and i stood still. i died for four minutes and they paddled to me and brought me back. reporter: justice sotomayor your denied a request of new york teachers to block the vaccine mandate. anyone unvaccinated facing suspension without pay. >> i am 1000% willing to lose my career over this. reporter: the california governor is the first requiring vaccines. >> we want to end this pandemic. we are all exhausted. reporter: parents coming down on both sides of the issue. >> i will pull my kids out of school. >> if it is mandatory, of course. reporter: but many parents are eagerly awaiting the vaccine for children.
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one third of parents with kids from 5-11 years old will get their kids vaccinated right away once they are available. kate: it vaccination effort today on the peninsula brought the shot to an area with a low vaccination rate. the clinic was held at broadmoor village. those that attended the event were offered the pfizer and moderna vaccines. the vaccination rate in the county is 94% but in the broadmoor village it is just 72%. >> our goal in san mateo county is a drive to 100%. i am confident we will get there but it is these pop-ups like this that will get us there. kate: on thursday, a mass vaccination site with booster shots will be opened at the san mateo event center. as always, you can ask -- you can ask our vaccine team about covid-19 vaccines.
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new developments fix a ruptured water main in alamo. the water is back on for 179 customers. the break happened in the area of danville boulevard early yesterday morning. repair crews towed nearly eight hours to get the water turned off. the water created a sinkhole. folks around the bay area were stunned to see a giant light streaking across the sky last night and it turns out the streaking was likely caused i-8 meteor. -- by a meteor. there were several reports last night of a bright meteor in the area around this time. starting tonight, sightings like that could become more frequent. the orion meteorseorseorseorseoo every year this time. they are bright and fast and
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framed by bright stars. the annual meteor shower begins tonight and should last all month long. it seems we have a few weeks to catch those light streaks. drew: i saw one last night. it was bright across the city. we will see more of those. tonight, we have clear skies. if you have a chance, outside. a live look showing it is clear. we have the thinnest layer of fog along our coast line which means tomorrow is another warm to hot day across the region. even right now, it is pretty mild for this time of night at this time of year. and in santa rosa. pret inland. ovni tonight, patchy fog along the immediate coast line.
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a marine layer is compressed thanks to high-pressure. a lot of stars for most of us and temperatures slowly falling into the 50's. here is future weather. hour-by-hour, a lot of sunshine out there. a little bit of cloud cover along the immediate coast line. for most of us tomorrow, it is nothing but sunshine from start to finish. if you liked the warm to hot temperatures today, tomorrow will be almost a carbon copy. 93 in morgan hill's. it is hot in the south bay. along the coast, your 70 degrees. , a lot of sunshine, 77. closer to the coast, you drop almost 10 degrees. upper 60's for afternoon highs. 92 in santa rosa. in nice -- a nice day at the
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beach. 72 along the coastline. east bay, warm and sunny. 93 in oakland. 88 in union city. hot inland. heading to oracle park it will be a warm day for the ballgame. t-shirts, sunglasses, hats. leave the jackets at home. first pitch temperature, 75 degrees and warming up to 77 by the ninth inning. we will cool off along the coastline on monday but still pretty warm inland. tuesday, temperatures drop off rapidly. the warmest spots will struggle to reach 80 degrees. along the shoreline, 60's and 70's. future weather, the end of the week, a system dropping into california bringing us a chance of some rainfall. the chance looks b
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central and southern california but it is something to keep an eye on for friday. the accuweather 7 day forecast -- spare the air tomorrow. gradual cooling on monday. tuesday, it feels much better with better air quality. thursday, cool for october. we track a chance for a shower on friday. kate:
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♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪
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kate: welcome back. tonight's powerball jackpot is estimated to be $635 million potentially making it the 10th largest in u.s. lottery history. >> your power play multiplier is 2. kate: there they are. the winning numbers for tonight's jackpot. let's show them to you one more
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time. the powerball is one. the last time a winner nacht the six drawn numbers was in june and since then, the jackpot has grown to the current level after over 39 drawings. no word yet on if a winning ticket was sold so double check the numbers tonight. chris alvarez is here with a preview of sports. jackpot for the giants, chris? chris: it has taken six month of baseball and yet nothing is decided. we need a jackpot for the giants. giants lose. dodgers lose and the plot (♪ ♪) (♪ ♪)
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by your local toyota dealers. chris: the giants have won a franchise record high and they still needed one more victory to capture the nl west title. a giants fan looking forward to this celebration. a gamer. 1-1, austin slater pinch-hitting. new major league record. 2-1, giants. autumn 9, 2-2. back and forth we go at oracle park. crawford trying to end it himself deep to center field at the ball is caught on the warning track and we good extra innings. top 10, cronan worth with runners on the corners. base hit and the padres take the 3-2 lead. autumn of the tents, wilmer flores pops out to center and the giants lose 3-2 in 10 innings. >> it is kind of the story of the season. i think overall, obviously, the
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group was disappointed after the game today feeling like we had some opportunities to win the game. but ultimately, the dodgers are also a good team and we have 106 wins and we are going into game 162 to try to decide the division. chris: opening the scoring against milwaukee. a.j. pollock will add a two run shot in the fourth. l.a. wins 8-3 so the giants need to win or have the dodgers lose on sunday to take the division. but it will be game 163 for the nl crown at oracle park on monday. cardinals taking on oregon. honoring stanford great. they play the seahawks tomorrow. cardinals down seven.
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piggy, the end zone, incomplete but there is a flag. it is the fade to elish to eliso higgins. what a play in crunch time. we go to overtime. the key fires. humphreys, look at this efforts. barrels in and would not be denied. final chance for oregon. it is incomplete. 31-24. great for stanford. let's rush the field at the farm. a huge boost. >> one minute and a half left. we still have what it takes to do it because we have done it before and we have done it against the three oregon team. we know what we are capable of now and now we understand and can go into games that are close. we can go into them with confidence. chris: abc 7 sports sponsored by
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your local toyota dealers. the crowd today was amazing. it felt like a playoff game. expect it to be that way again tomorrow. we did not have the crowd last year. i went to some of those pandemic games. it was much more normal today. kate: normal with more good luck. chris: looking forward to a giant celebration. kate: much more to come on abc 7 news at 11:00. wildfires that burned the bay a year ago is still having an impact. why timber companies have to come up with a new business plan. families in the
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>> building a better bay area. moving forward and finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. kate: capitol hill where the countdown is on to pass the infrastructure bill. nancy pelosi set an october 31 deadline. that is when the current highway legislation is set to expire. we have the latest details on where negotiations stand. reporter: president biden sounding confident that he can get both the infrastructure and the reconciliation bill across the finish line. >> i believe i can get this done. reporter: moderate house democrats were pushing for an immediate vote on the bipartisan infrastructure deal that has already passed the senate and would revamp the nation's roads and bridges but progressives wanted to hold off on a boat
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until there is also an agreement around the sweeping reconciliation budget bill to create new social programs and fight climate change. >> are we going to deliver universal pre-k to this country or not? are we going to expand health care to our seniors are not? reporter: during a meeting on capitol hill, president biden told lawmakers about a possible compromise. scaling back the budget bill. the $2 trillion to cover budget proposals that include free community college, paid medical leave and more. >> two more votes. reporter: the head of the progress caucus seemingly encouraged that the president was willing to wait and push for both bills together. >> he was really clear that we are going to get both bills done. reporter: even if the
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progressives and moderates agree , there are still a lot of details to figure out. we know there is still a lot of disagreement among democrats with the climate and renewable energy provisions in their budget bill. kate: families in the south bay are rallying to try to put a stop to school closures in their community. cooper tin unified a lot -- announced a series of cost-cutting recommendations including permanently closing two elementary schools. the vote will happen at the next board meeting on october 14 two weeks after announcing the closure proposal. if voted on, this would be the first time the district closed any schools in 40 years.ieayinga infestation are all in track to
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reopen on monday. two students -- two schools' students were sent home. experts believe may have led to the flea problem. in the east bay, a remembrance was held to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the oakland hills fire storm. in 1991, the fire burned over 1500 acres. renamed by calfire as the tunnel fire, it is the third deadliest wildfire in california history and nearly 25 people. >> whose body was later on top of the woman he was trying to evacuate, trying to actually shelter her life with his own.
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that is the quality of sacrifice that these public servants bring to this job every day. kate: the emotional event was held at the rockbridge station where the firestorm community project was erected in 1994. it portrays 2000 tiles honoring those that fought and were lost in the fire. with the smoke long gone and the damage assessed, we are learning the impact of the fire on the lumber industry. it roared through parts of two counties last august and september and destroyed 20,000 acres that were used for timber harvesting. >> i grant you, this is ove period of several years. right now, they are in the process of still doing some cleanup to salvage what they can. kate: one lumber mill lost
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nearly all of its timber forest and the company is focused on producing salvaged wood which it may have to do for another year or two. still ahead, fleet week is returning to san francisco. the covid precautions in place. drew: with the hot weather returning who doesn't like more? and i mean, like, a lot more. well, with xfinity you get more for your money.
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kate: disney is years of disney world. we have more on how the project came to life half a century ago. reporter: we mark 50 years since this moment. it was the vision of one man already successful in the west and he had his sights set on something in the east. >> we were talking about doing another project with disney.
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reporter: looking at several locations east of the mississippi. >> i agora false. >> washington, d.c. -- niagara falls. >> washington, d.c. reporter: he would pick orlando to build a park in record time. >> it is a most exciting and challenging assignment we have ever tackled at walt disney productions. reporter: walt disney would die not long after embarking on his new project and his brother would keep it going. >> the responsibility is ours to carry out this imaginative plan. reporter: the biggest construction project was going full steam ahead. >> 8000 construction workers. >> monorails from martin marietta. a carousel was erected inches off target. it was torn down and built
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again. reporter: it was 50 years ago october 1, 1971. >> the grand opening of walt disney world starring julie andrews. >> ♪ it is time we are aware it is a small world after all ♪ reporter: in the first year, 12 million people taking part in his dream. kate: that was david reporting. the 50th anniversary celebration will continue for 18 months. disney is the parent company of abc 7. the 40th annual fleet week celebration takes place next week in san diego. it is back after being canceled last year because of the pandemic. there are some adjustments but the traditions will be the same including the blue angels. law enforcement agencies say they will be out in force at all the events across the city. >> we will make sure that we
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have staff out there. our people will be out there working with the police department because the most important thing is to be a visible deterrent to any shenanigans. kate: events will begin with a concert next wednesday evening at the san francisco war memorial. the airshows start a week from today and run through the weekend. warriors fans, you have a chance to catch a rare behind the scenes look at the team practice. tickets go on sale on monday for an open practice. it costs five dollars and will benefit the warriors community fund. all fans 12 or older must show proof of vaccination. we are going to head to drew with the weather. it is a san francisco tradition that we have nice weather on fleet week. drew: sunny skies and warm
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temperatures. that will be the case early in the week but at the end, cooler weather and a chance for a shower on friday. let's go outside tonight. our live look of the golden state bridge, it is fog free and there is a limited cloud cover along the coastline indicative of our warm pattern this weekend. moderate to poor air quality tomorrow. it improves on monday and tuesday. good to moderate air quality forecast. tomorrow is the worst air quality before it improves for midweek. overnight tonight, plenty of stars away from the coast. tomorrow, very similar to today in terms of our temperatures. above average. october warmth. 90's in lynch. a lot -- 90's inland. even along the shoreline, 83. the city at about 70 seven.
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heading to oracle park for the game? first pitch temperature, 75 degrees. 3:00 p.m., around 77. you will not need a jacket but take the sunscreen and hats. hazy skies on monday. much cooler with better air quality on tuesday. temperatures continue to tumble. the low average on wednesday and thursday. friday, tracking a chance for a shower that could linger into saturday. kate: we will be watching. we are going to head off to chris alvarez for a preview of sports. chris: coming up in sports, more college football along the way and hey it is
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>> sports on abc 7 is sponsored by your local toyota dealers. chris: no shortage of college
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football on saturday. 'chk hosting washington state at memorial stadium. kelvin jackson junior, an incredible one-handed snag. gets the foot down. that was a great play. things got sloppy in the second quarter. the quarterback was picked off. nice play there from a local kid. next drive, chase carvers is going to be picked up by jaelyn watson. delora daniel scott, i will take that. three straight drives resulting in a pick. they are 1-4 this season. san jose state against new mexico state. second quarter, 7-7. malachi miller makes a move. 25 yards.
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the visitors would answer. jonah johnson scrambling, scrambling, scrambling, flings it up to powers should good name and good for the touchdown. 24-14 spartan spartan spartan sn san jose state goes on to win. how about the days? -- how about the a's? houston takes the lead. tough night for the a's. a skyhigh blast to left that hits the roof. by rule, it is an out and everyone was confused. top of the six, two on for tony kemp. tucker, what a play that was. soccer. san jose's dust chance coming on this corner kick. benjamin runs into the keeper
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who takes exception. yellow cards were issued. vancouver's rhyan white ties with a hat trick. the 49ers take on the seahawks tomorrow afternoon at levi's stadium. first divisional game of the year. injuries are always a concern. the 49ers are also thin at running back. jimmy grap turnover in sunday's loss. jimmy is the clear starter f cla tomorrow's game. >> there is not a quarterback battle. we are going with our starting quarterback tomorrow. i know we have that luxury. >> the turnovers. we have to eliminate those.
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we battle in the second half giving us a chance to stay in. but you don't want to have to do that. we would have liked liked better in the first half. but there were a lot of positives. chris: still a few months away from name action but he has been rocking a headband for his rehab and he is living his best life. we have seen him on his boat, captain klay. looks like he can carry a tune also. >> cha-cha. feeling solid. ♪ >> dj klay over there. >> i was wondering where that was coming from. >> i choose business ethics. i will tell you how practice was. [laughter]
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chris: he is the best. abc 7 sports sponsored by your local toyota dealers. kate: that is it for tonight. i am kate larsen. abc 7 news continues tomorrow at 5:00. for drew and chris, thank you for joining us and good night.
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