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is caused by people looking for parking. in a city that's remarkable that so much energy is, is wasted. streetline has looked at the problem of parking, which has not been looked at for the last 30, 40 years. we wanted to rethink that whole industry, so we go and put out these sensors in each parking spot and then there's a mesh network that takes this information, sends it over the internet so you can go find exactly where those open parking spots are. the collaboration with citi was important for providing us the necessary financing; allow this small start up to go provide a service to municipalities. citi has been an incredible source of advice, how to engage with municipalities, how to structure deals, and as we think about internationally citi is there every step of the way. so the end result is you reduce congestion,
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you reduce pollution and you provide a service to merchants, and that certainly is huge. >> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, october 19th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, you see the fog behind you, and, boy, has it moved in in the past couple of hours. the live view here looks pretty nice and it's not that tall, but it has moved into concord this morning. livermore, the only clear spot. 59 half moon bay, 58 in the city. here's a look at visibility. san jose, it's better at three miles, but, boy, you had a lot of fog earlier. a quarter mile visibility from napa, and you see novato and santa rosa and half moon bay visibility is reduced. throughout the day today the fog will be slow to clear.
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we will have a late burn off by about 11:00. most areas should be sunny, but known as full sunshine inland while the low fog and clouds are banked up along the coast. a cooler day today. low 70s in oakland. details when the rain arrives coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. turning now to the ebola crisis. this morning a dallas healthcare worker who was being monitored for signs of ebola has disembarked a cruise ship. this is video of the ship which arrived in galveston around 3:00 this morning. hours earlier a coast guard helicopter received cheers when it came to collect the blood sample from that worker, who we've learned is now on her way home. abc news reporter tom lamoss has been following the story and as the latest from dallas. >> with music playing in the background and passengers drinking and sunbathing, a coast guard helicopter hovers over the ship making an emergency pickup. the package?
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a blood sample from the dallas lab technician on board who handled specimens from ebola victim thomas eric duncan. >> it was circling the ship. it never landed. it dropped off supplies for the blood sample and came back about 30 minutes later and got the sample, and it was successful. >> the sea to air blood sample coming after both mexico and ball leads refused to let the lab technician disembark in their countries, despite being classified as low risk by the cdc and exhibiting no symptoms. in ohio, health officials aren't taking any chances. now requiring self monitoring for more than 100 people who may have had contact with nurse amber wilson during her cleveland visit days before being diagnosed with ebola. >> the bottom line is everyone is being checked. >> at the hospital where the nurse treated duncan, 75 staffers are still in a monitoring phase. barred from seeing patients. >> we are right in the middle of
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a not zone. >> texas presbyterian releasing videos like this one, trying to win back its reputation after it admitted it improperly trained staff to handle the ebola patients. >> and this morning we are reporting the lab technician tested negative for ebola. and nina is in stable condition and so is the other nurse. the 48 people in contact with duncan before he died when he contracted ebola, their 21 window ends today, that includes his fiancee. abc news, dallas. >> this morning the director of the national institute of health sat down with george stephanopoulos on "this week" to discuss the ebola crisis. he said it's important to recognize not all hospitals are equipped right now to handle a possible outbreak of the virus in the u.s. >> we know we have four hospitals that are there now, including my own hospital.
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but we need to pretrain people so that if we need to surge up, we can. but i think we don't want to get people to think that any hospital, community hospital, is totally equipped to care for the patient. they must be able to identify and isolate, and then from there get them to a place where you have pretrained people who know how to do it. >> he also said there will be new cdc protocols in place for hospitals to follow when treating ebola patients. the fear of the virus is causing some people to take matters into their own hands. surgical masks and protective gear have become popular items to buy. sergio quintana has the details. >> at sfo recent travelers say some passengers are clearly worried about the spread of ebola on flights. >> on fort lauderdale to houston i saw a group of ten laid -- ladies with facemasks on.
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>> these two just flew in from texas from australia. they both feel it is overblown. >> the chances of getting it are so slim. >> healthcare workers repeatedly said ebola is not an airborne pathogen and can only be transmitted through an infected person's bodily fluids. >> still pictures like this illustrate the level of fear some people have. at p.k. safety online, most their protective suits for this company online is sold out. they sell equipment for first responders. and at mountain view sir plus there has been a run on personal protective equipment, including suits and gas masks. >> how many do you think you have sold in the last couple of weeks? >> i would say in the low hundreds. >> at about 17 bucks, this is turning out to be one of the most popular items here, especially in the last couple of weeks. the only problem is the face shield you would use along with the elastic hoodie is all sold out.
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some customers say they are uneasy about the way the ebola cases in the u.s. have been handled. >> i think they have every right to want to protect themselves. i would be doing the same thing. >> it is halloween season so some people are buying them as costumes, but in past years they usually only sell about 50. sergio quintana abc7 news. ,. >> there are daily developments on eat pole law crisis. you can get the updates as they happen and other breaking news with our abc7 news app. it is free to download on apple's app store or from google play. we also have more information from >> in fresno officials are investigating the cause of a fire at a duplex.
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as residents waited for firefighters to arrive yesterday morning, a woman suddenly realized her father was trapped inside. >> my daddy is in there! my dad is in there! can you get him out for me! get my dad out! >> we've got to get him out of there! >> please! >> the fire began at 9:00 yesterday morning. the flames growing larger by the moment. as the woman begged for someone to save her dad, an explosion could be heard. but watch what happens. >> is everybody out? >> no, there's a man in there. [explosion sound.] >> we have to get the dad out there! >> run! >> oh, my god! >> is everybody out? >> no, there's a man inside. he's right here! >> oh, oh, thank god! >> oh, thank god! >> is everybody out? oh, thank god! >> well, her father is okay, but had to be treated for smoke inhalation. you see firefighters there arriving shortly after that
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rescue. a man is under arrest accused of running over his ex-girlfriend and another woman in vallejo. police say the 20-year-old man ran over the two women yesterday afternoon at laurel street and then took off. according to the report officers returned to the scene while officers were investigating, and then led them on a chase where witnesses recognized them. both women were taken to the hospital where moderate injuries. the man is facing several charges, including attempted murder. >> new this morning, mountain view police released video of a person of interest in connection with the burglary of a downtown business a week ago today. the person is seen entering a business on castro street. a cell phone was stolen. this is the man. black with a medium-to-heavy build. he's seen in the video wearing a san francisco giants jersey and hat. anyone with information is asked to call mountain view police.
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>> this morning the giants are flying to kansas city to take on the royals in the world series. but first they got in one final workout yesterday at at&t park. this will be the giants third appearance in five years in the fall classic. tuesday night's game one will feature a strong pitching match-up. you've got the giants' ace madison bumgarner taking the mound against the royals james shields. abc7 reporter tiffany wilson will have a live report from the ballpark at 9:30. >> right now lisa argen is here now to talk about a changing weather forecast. >> yeah, and that's all because of the fog. fingers of fog throughout the bay area this morning. 59 right now. hear from our roof camera. 64 with sunshine and 30 minute delays at sfo. so it's a sunnier in our east bay valleys. it will be a cooler day today. and that's in advance of a cold front that promises just a little bit of rain. i'll explain next. >> thank you, lisa.
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also next, new details in the case of that missing university of virginia student. what authorities have discovered. >> they were out with their rifles and i thought they were out here looking for somebody with a pellet gun. >> with guns drawn, authorities search for a mountain lion. the first time one has ever been spotted in one east bay neighborhood. lopreventable medical errors,hey all lnow the third leadingse of cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to make sure impaired doctors don't treat someone you love. safeguards against prescription drug abuse.
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>> developing news. a sad discovery in the case of missing college student hannah graham. they believe her body has been found less than ten miles from
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where she was last seen. abc news reporter bosi has the latest now from virginia. >> this morning the police announced the search for hannah graham is over. >> sadly the end of a death investigation. >> the disturbing discovery of human remains saturday afternoon included a skull and bones, as well as a pair of tight-fitting dark-colored pants similar to the one graham is seen wearing in this surveillance video. found deep in the woods along a road the suspect jesse matthews allegedly walked frequently, 8 miles from where graham was last seen. >> it was definitely a shock, a huge shock. >> investigators stressing that the identity of the remains cannot be confirmed without more testing, but thanking the volunteer searches for their efforts. >> i want to thank eveone who
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gave up their days, their nights, their weekends. >> the final images captured of the straight-a student in this surveillance video are with 32-year-old matthew seen walking right beside her. now in jail for the alleged abduction. >> and police say forensic evidence links him to the 2009 death of another college student, morgan harrington, whose body was found three months after she disappeared near charlottesville. overnight harrington's father reflected on the graham family's loss. >> i think when you don't know there's still part of you hoping. >> police are now asking residents where the area where the remains were found to call them if they believe they may have seen jesse matthew here. and investigators in virginia are now looking into possible forensic links between matthew and at least four other unsolved cases of missing women.
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abc news, virginia. >> the presidio will use a fish-killing chemical to try to elemonade several invasive species from a san francisco lake. they said they are trying to move the fish from mountain lake to make room for native species. they will use a plant based chemical to get rid of the invasive fish. they say all traces of the chemical will disappear after three days. the port of san francisco's dry dock number 1 is headed to china for scrap. it was sold to a dutch company for one dollar. but the port is paying $3 million to deliver it. the dock was used to float and repair ships below the waterline. it was decommissioned some 15 years ago. it broke away from it's mooring back in 2002, ramming the island. >> residents in one union city neighborhood are on alert this morning after a mountain lion was spotted in their area.
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police had their guns drawn as they searched for the big cat yesterday afternoon after a group of women spotted it near a playground. abc7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian has the details from the union landing neighborhood. >> it was pretty long with a long tail and they knew it wasn't a cat, they knew it wasn't a golden retriever, they knew it was a mountain lion. >> reporter: gabriel and his wife and friends spotted the mountain lion around 1:30. it was there beyond a fence walk along old alameda creek. the women called police immediately. >> i just know they were out here with their rifles, and i thought they were looking here for someone with a pellet gun. >> they were look for a cat that was at least three feet tall. two cars full of officers scoured the creek and neighborhood but they came up empty. >> there are people walking their dogs here and if they didn't find it, it went somewhere. >> that's exactly what residents
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are worried about. >> this is the first mountain lion sighting on record west of the freeway. police are warning people with small animals to keep them inside. >> i'm going close off my doggie door that i have in the back and make sure when they go outside, i'm going to watch them. >> this neighbor is taking things a step further. >> dangerous. i have four boys who were about to play baseball in the yard but now we have to put the garage down and be more aware now. >> he's also standing watch outside of his home, warning joggers, walkers and other neighbors that there's a mountain lion on the loose. in union city, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> happening today, walkers will flood the streets of walnut creek. for the 14th annual east bay walk to defeat als. our very own abc7 news reporter alan wang will m.c. the event. you might recall allen and several other members of our abc7 family took part in the ice bucket challenge to raise awareness for this debilitating
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disease. funds raised from the 1.5-mile walk will go toward care, services and research for the als association golden west chapter. opening ceremonies for today's event begin shortly at 10:00 and the walk gets underway at 11:00 at heather farm parks in walnut creek. progress is now being made if cleaning up the mess in bermuda caused by hurricane gonzalo. there are no deaths or serious injuries, but more than 18,000 homes are still without power. the category 2 storm crossed bermuda late yesterday. it moved on north over the atlantic. it's expected to arrive off the coast of newfoundland today. in the pacific, hurricane hanna is on track to miss hawaii by more than 100 miles but it is generating high waves, strong winds, heavy rains, prompting flash flood warnings throughout the islands. a tropical storm warning has been issued for kauai.
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a tropical storm watch remains in o'ahu. is there anything on that, lisa? >> it's just 85 miles south of lihoui, hawaii. they are getting heavy rains, high surf. and that part of the island chain bearing the brunt of hurricane. which is now a minimal hurricane. i have overlaid the visibility here. you see where the fog is. very dense out there from napa to santa rosa, half moon bay and even san jose, three mile visibility and three quarter mile visibility in novato. we also had fog as far as east as the delta. but now that is beginning to clear. it's sunny in our inland east bay and here is santa cruz. we can see the low cloudiness in the distance. oakland is looking at a little bit of sunshine and 63 degrees. morgan hill 57. still cloudy in san jose. you can see just a little bit of fog there from sfo where delays have been about 30 minutes, but the fog continues to retreat and
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improve around south city whereas san francisco we are a little foggier right any. 56 in napa and livermore sunny skies and 59. this is what i mean from our sutro tower camera. we had pretty good visibility earlier. and now with the foggy spots, that allows for a later burn off, cooler temperatures, and then we have a south wind to look forward to. that cools down the north bay, it keeps san francisco cooler today. whereas inland it will be sunny and still very mild. but there's a cold front on the way. and this one just a little bit stronger than what we have seen in the past. and that means that we should be able to ring out a little bit of more moisture. but not for everybody. it looks like the wet morning commute will be for the north bay. about 7:00, 8:00. here's a look at the typing of it. then it's going to take it's time as it moves through the east bay and south bay. it should be through the south bay by about noontime and here we are, where we are looking at just some spotty showers burke
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by 2:00 in the afternoon perhaps still a little bit more shower activity. today it will be in the upper 70s when the sun is revealed in san jose. peninsula low 70s redwood city and it will be a cloudy day for the half moon bay art and pumpkin festival with upper to mid-60s along the coast, about 70 in san francisco. low 70s with a little bit of a breeze from petaluma to sonoma today. near east bay look for 73. that's much cooler than you were yesterday in oakland and you head inland still a mild upper 70s for pittsburgh today. 75 in the san ramon valley. the accuweather seven-day forecast, here comes the rain tomorrow. starting in the morning in the north bay, spreading east throughout the later part of the morning and early afternoon. then we're are coolish and fallish on wednesday. thence wednesday, thursday and friday numbers warm up and it should stay on the warm side for the weekend if our forecast models are believable. abc7 news has another great
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weather resource for you to follow. follow us on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shy, get video forecasts, spare the air alerts and power outage info. >> finally you can say "rain or shine." >> makes sings, right some. >> thanks, lisa. up next, a special day ahead for an 80-year-old woman and why nurses decide to send her to a green bay packers game for the first time in her life.
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>> a big football game. she's watched the games on tv for 25 years. she's about to see them in person for the first time. 80-year-old phyliss bartlett lives in wisconsin and is a lifelong packers fan. she was recently diagnosed with cancer so the assisted living center where she lives decided to send her to lambeau field for the first time in her life. while watching all that football on tv, phillies has developed a tradition when her team loses. one she hopes she won't take part in later today after the packers play the carolina panthers. >> i have three beers and go to bed. [laughter] >> phyliss is a diehard packers fan. if the game is going good you might not here a whole lot down the hallway. if it goes bad, you may hear a few choice words.
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>> a few choice words there and maybe a burp or two over the beer. she particularly enjoys participating in football pools where she says she is a winner. much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. talk about winners. final preparation force the world series-bound giants. we will have a live report from at&t park where they will soon be boarding buses before flying to kansas city. also, we will give you a tour of the new ronald mcdonald house. it will make things a lot easier for kids facing a medical crisis, and for their parents.
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chase. so you can. ring ring! progresso! i forgive you. you do? it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself. . >> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour as we always do with a look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> there is plenty of fog in the city. sunny from this shot here with temperatures in the mid-60s in
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san francisco. south city looking sunny,," but the fog toward hayward, san carlos, mountain view and san jose. clear in livermore at 59 degrees. here's a look from the tower camera where you see a little bit of the fog. it will be impacting high temperatures with mid-60s on the coast, cloudy there. near 70s san francisco is around bait cooler, low to mid-70s. still mid-and upper 70s inland. we have a cooler day on tap with some rain in the forecast as soon as tomorrow. we will talk about it and time it out coming up. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. game one of the world series is two days away. this morning the giants are getting ready for their flight to kansas city. abc7 news reporter tiffany wilson is live at at&t park. tiffany, i have seen members of the team boarding those buses, getting ready to head to the airport. >> that is right, carolyn. the team members are starting to get here. we just saw manager bruce bochy arrive, and i'll step out so you can get a live look. there are a couple of fans here.
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you can see the buses as they are waiting for those players to hop on. the giants are schedule today leave at&t park at 10:00 this morning. they will head straight to sfo and from there they have a charterd flight to kansas city. you are looking at video from the teamworking out yesterday. they started their pitching fielding practice, which is something routine for spring training, but here even late in the season they are focusing on fundamentals. madison bumgarner will start game one against the royals tuesday night. the first pitch is at 5:07:00 p.m. now this caps off an amazing run for both teams, which enter the playoffs as wild cards. the giants breeze fluid the pittsburgh pirates, and the royals had their own epic won sweeping the baltimore orioles. accepting of sweep, the last time the giants faced the royals was in august and the royals swept the giants in a three-game series. but this is october and the giants proved have proved they know how to play october bake.
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many players arriving very relaxed. you saw a video of hunter pence sign hang autograph. but here you see the players as they are about to board the bus. many showed up with starbucks coffee. they are looking good, they are feeling good. now just four wins separate the teams from their third world series win in five seasons. and as i said, those buss are about to depart in less than half-hour. live outside of at&t park, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. >> i saw bruce bochy in his orange shirt and black pants there. team colors. ready to go. >> yes, he is. >> all right. thank you, tiffany. well, the giants had a surprise gift for the fan who caught the game-winning ball in last thursday's playoff game. frankie burke caught travis ishikawa's three-run homer ball after it landed in the right field stand. oakdale resident returned it to ishikawa after learning he
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wanted it back. as a thank you he gave him four tickets to this friday's world series game three at at&t park. yesterday ishikawa told the media he still want believe it happened. >> yeah. that guy has a humongous heart. i want to thank him personally. i got to thank him personally, but i thank him again. i heard he even didn't want anything in return other than to hand it over personally but i will still give him a bat and took pictures and stuff. i know how cool a souvenir that could have been for him so for him to two that, i'm humbled by that. >> take a look at this picture. sportswriter daniel brown with our media partner the america which news shows this photo of them meeting outside the giants clubhouse after thursday night's victory. even the young of the fans are celebrating. these second graders are all giants buddies wearing their gear in honor of their favorite team. check out that cute cutie pie
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getting ready to cheer for the giants. these already there in her cheerleader outfit. e-mail your fan photos to ureport or tweet them to us@abc7 news bay area. fresh hope this morning for a new raiders stadium now that a new investor has agreed to take the lead on oakland's coliseum city project. according to our media partner, the oakland tribune, the new investor, who has not yet been named, has already had several discussions with the raiders about a new stadium, but none so far with the oakland a's. the city, as you know, has struggled to find investors to redevelop the coliseum site into a sports and entertainment hub. this tuesday the city council is set to discuss extending the exclusive negotiating rights deal with developers. san francisco's ronald mcdonald house will soon be
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able more parents with critically ill children. it's expanding to a second location inside the children's hospital. cheryl jennings and meteorologist mike niko took a tour of both the new house and the original. >> six months, 25 weeks is when he was born. i was in the hospital about a week. and they were trying to put off the labor and it worked for a while and then it didn't work. colleen and shawn had a major scare with their new son julien when he was born three months before his due date. this is cell phone video of little julien. >> the doctor came back in and said he's a fine. he's a little guy, but he's fine. >> julien lives in the neonatal intensive care unit. he's at a local hospital right now. mom and dad living at the ronald mcdonald house on scott street in san francisco. they don't have to drive 90 miles back and forth from
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their north bay home in casdero now. but he was home when he found out his wife was going into early labor. >> so i rushed back down, thinking that i was going to miss the birth of my child, was she going to be okay, was i maybe going to lose my wife and child in the same swoop. sitting in traffic on the 101 thinking all these things. >> now they have a home away from home here at the house while julien is getting stronger. and they have a built-in support system. >> because he's three months early, we almost -- almost didn't know how to react to loving him when you are so afraid of losing him every moment. so those first couple weeks were so hard. but then when we talked to other families and realized that's how everybody feels, it really helped us in terms of balancing. >> they are able to get their own laundry done here and don't have to worry about a decent meal. >> they cook meals for us so we don't have to worry about that. it's so close to the hospital and there are shut else that you tan kay. they make it feel more like home. we get to hold him every day and
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that's the best part of my day. >> and soon more parents like them will be able to benefit because a second ronald mcdonald house is almost complete. it's located on the first floor of the new ucsf children's hospital at mission bay. for families with children in immediate crisis. >> here we are in our kitchen and dining area. >> the executive director lois moore showed meteorologist mike niko around. >> the gourmet kitchen is just waiting for chefs volunteering to cook for the families. there are 11 bedrooms. they have a tv and a computer monitor with 16 channels. they have in-house channels. families can stay in touch with their child's medical team or go online. >> they had no time to do anything about their child yet they had time on their hands. >> six bathrooms, a large laundry room and private lockers and the hospital has a helicopter landing pad. >> most people don't realize that a child who is rushed by helicopter to our city lands at
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sfo and then is put in an ambulance and brought to a hospital. we're talking about a world in which minutes make a difference. >> one of the greatest advantages of having the ronald mcdonald house here in the hospital is the fact that parents are just an elevator ride away from seeing their kids. >> being inside the hospital would be your dream house. in the middle of the night you can get on that elevator, go up and check on your child. >> and that will help ease the minds of worried parents by calling it home in the future. and as for young julien, they hope to get him home for the holidays. >> we were planning on having him as our christmas present anyway, so that's what we are hoping for, that we get to take home our present. >> abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, a to close encounter with mars. the nuns a million years event happening. and here's a live look from our
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sutro cam. the clouds will clear, a nice day on tap and something we really need coming our way. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few.
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lopreventable medical errors,hey all lnow the third leadingse of cause of death. only heart disease and cancer take more lives. proposition 46 will save lives with drug and alcohol testing to make sure impaired doctors don't treat someone you love.
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safeguards against prescription drug abuse. and holds the medical industry accountable for mistakes. i'm barbara boxer. let's save lives. vote yes on 46. >> "grey's anatomy" star was in the bay area this morning as part of the crush talent. yesterday' event began with a 35-mile bike ride through wine country. they sent us this video of dream my patrick dempsey and liam leading the pack. after the ride they enjoyed lunch, wine tasting and dinner prepared by some of california's top chefs. all proceeds go to three cancer
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fighting charities. happening now, free flu shots will be offered to a home to those underserved in san jose. the free flu shots will be given by supplies last. clinic is underway right now. it goes until 1:00 at our lady's refuge parish. lease argen here now talking about change this the forecast. >> and very foggy conditions. emeryville this morning, 61 degrees. can you barely see it there. but 64 at the airport where we have partly sunny conditions. so we will warm up through the low 70s with plenty of sunshine, but a cooler day on top for much of the east bay. and we will talk about that rain shot we have coming tomorrow. >> that is some fog there. also ahead, a tough night for stanford against the sun devils in the arizona desert. mike shumann has the highlights coming up in sports.
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>> a huge, massive turnout at ames research center, a nassau research center. backed up traffic for miles around moffett field. thousands of people preordered tickets to attend the event. they are celebrating their 75th anniversary. they got an up-close look at aircraft, super computers and much more. many visitors said they spent so many hours sitting in traffic or standing in line that they did not get to see as much as they hoped for.
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>> to be honest, we were disappointed. we looked around and it was sort of like a walk-through and there were a few booths here and there, but not anything that was exciting. not worth the wait anyway. >> i just wanted to see a few of the things that i'm not able to see every day. i know they aren't open to the public. i got to see the big hangar and the big wind tunnel. >> well, this is the first time in 17 years that the ames research center opened its doors to the public. a once in a million years event is happening above mars today. a comet about as big as a mountain will pass close to the red planet around 11:30 this morning our time. the comet, called siding spring, will come within 87,000 miles of mars. astronomers say that's so close mars will be engulfed in the comet's dust and gas. a very near miss by the comet has never been reported by -- or for earth. n.a.s.a.'s five robotic
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explorers are position today witness it on its first known visit to this part of the solar system. i just think that kind of stuff is really fascinating. >> definitely. we are finally getting interesting weather around here. it's the same old-same old. the cold front headed our way will bring out a little more moisture. right now it's the fog. you can see from live doppler 7hd. i have kind of enhanced the areas that are sitting underneath the low cloud deck from half moon bay, even san jose. and much of the north bay wheel the east bay is enjoying sunshine. still limited visessibility. but the central coast by santa cruz and you are clear and on your way to a nice afternoon at the beach. closer to home the beaches will remain cloudy. half moon bay 59 right now. it will stay pretty gray and the art and pumpkin festival will be impacted with cooler temperatures, a stronger sea breeze. the fog has disappeared from sfo
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but some delays still here. mid-60s. sunshine warming things up. livermore 69. 52 by the delta and a cool 56 by the napa. another look at sutro where things have definitely bright end up over the avenues. fog any this spots, sunny for most except at the coast and around the bay it will be cooler. chance of rain for the north bay tomorrow morning, and then throughout the afternoon in the south bay. so we will look at this cold front. the cooler weather, the clouds and the moisture headed our way by the early morning commute from sonoma to marin, 10:00, we will still have showers around santa rosa, highway 101. by 2:00 still push through the south bay and the east bay. santa cruz mountains. overall it looks like best rainfall amounts will be in the north bay, a quarter inch. we should see about .2 in the east bay and a tenth around san jose and monterey. that's a little bit better. we are looking at a pretty good
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lashing around where hurricane hanna is bringing high rain, potential for mudslides. this the closest hit we've gotten. and whereas honolulu and the track and the eye is about 8 to miles from there. so it will continue to move to the northwest, getting very close there. and then it will weaken and become a tropical storm by later on tonight. high surf will be anticipated, and as a result the national weather service has issued a high surf advisory for tomorrow and into tuesday. monterey 67 today. upper 60s in lake tahoe. we are looking a at partly cloudy skied to in los angeles. with the cloud cover, half moon bay a little cooler. 64 for an afternoon high here. we will look at numbers just as mild in lands. 72347 san jose and concord today. the cool down for you in the the east bay. peninsula and the north bay with just low 70s and the 60s at
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the coast. speaking of although 70s, over into oakland today for the big game, nice afternoon with mild temperatures. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the clouds, the cooler temperatures and chance of showers tomorrow pour most. we will look at cooler weather on tuesday. but by wednesday, thursday, friday it's our nemeses high pressure building back in, bringing warmer above-average temperatures that may last through next weekend. >> a roller coaster. thank you, lisa. let's check out sports. both the raiders and the 49ers in action today. at 1:25 the nfc west-leading cardinals play the raiders. and sunday night football, the 49ers battle peyton manning and the denver broncos. the kickoff at 5:30. last night stanford faced arizona state in the battle of two top 25 teams. here's mike shumann with highlights in this morning's sports.
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>> 23rd-ranked stanford has an identity crisis on the the offensive side of the ball. hosted by 17th rank southwest state and the the game was never in question. great seats for the showdown. stanford shooting themselves in the foot. fumble and sun devils recover. that leads to 7 points. the long touchdown pass. three yards, 14-0 at the half. stanford following a touchdown in the fourth. patrick pounds it in from a yard out. after the field goal, the ensuing kickoff, he fumbles. arizona state recovers and they get three more. down 16 points, 44 seconds left. fourth and goal. kevin hogan is trying to make some hay. pass by montgomery, incomplete. the 26-10 loss to arizona state. cal and ucla at memorial stadium. bruins have not won since 1988. quarterback lost it to chris. amazing hit there. cal up 14-10.
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24 seconds left in the half. brad huntley, short pass. 49 yards later he's in the end zone. 24-14 bruins after 40 minutes. -- 30 minutes. play. then the fourth, he takes advantage. finds kenny. they miss the two-point conversion, 3:44 left. ucla drives field goal range. nails it. 26 yards. ucla grabbed the lead, 36-34. last chance for cal for the win. going for the win. marcus comes away with the interception. that would do it for the bears. ucla steals one at berkeley, 36-34, bears fall 4-3. >> right now, just disappointed. had a good chance to win it. couldn't do it. it was the same play we ran earlier in the game so we figured it would have the same type of look, but it didn't get thrown where it had to be. san jose state in wyoming
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looking for their third road win of the year. fourth quarter, fourth and one for it. shawn breaks lose. 97 yards on 16 carries. this game tied at 17 a piece. two seconds left. tied at 20. cowboys threw it away. a 46-yard field goal for the win, hit the upright, and the game goes to overtime. joe gray, quick to winston. touchdown. throws it up to his receiver. 27-20. wyoming gets a chance on fourth and two and they have to go for it. stopped in the backfield and san jose state comes away with their first road victory, 27-20, improving to 3-3. >> sharks and devils on the power play. this is in new york. the one-timer from the half-court. save, but joe pavelski scores on the rebound. 1-0 sharks. third period, now 2-0. three-on-two for the sharks. patrick marleau short side. his fourth goal of the season. 3-0. devils score two unanswered. adam drives to the net. tries to get it past antti niemi. lead now just one. joe thornton had the empty-net goal. thornton with his 1200th career point. just the 18th player in nhl history to reach that milestone. sharks now 4-0-1.
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4-2, your final. raiders will host the cardinals and the niners are in denver for the night game. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> next, a very busy day in san francisco where you can catch the last sunday streets of the year.
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no one got all six so wednesday's jackpot grows to $110 million. happening today, sunday streets returns to san francisco's mission district. the free event kicks off at 11:00 this morning on the route stretching down valencia street between 26th and the plaza. there will be all sorts. free entertainment, bike rentals, yoga, live music. it is the last sunday streets event of the year. it will share the day with a fall festival of that have food, games and activities from the exploratorium. today's sunday streets runs until 4:00. this was former mayor gavin newsome's idea. it was controversial at first to block off the streets, but so popular now. hey, the rain is staying away. >> the rain is staying away but the fog will be slow to clear. it will take until 11:00 in hayward. cooler in oakland at 73.
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still very mild in san jose, 77. accuweather seven-day forecast, morning rain for the north bay and the rest of the bay early afternoon. >> looking good. that will do it for us. thanks for joining us on the bc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our new abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 5:00. have a great day!
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