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ab >> terry: in the news this morning nasa scrubs the launch of a commercial rocket bound for the international space station less than a second before liftoff. and a bay area norovirus outrage leaves hundred people sick. i'm terry mcsweeney. about we goat to those stories let's check out this story forecast for the bay area. here is lisa argen. >> how about this pishl from vollmer peak. tons of sunshine from the east bay and a little bit of patchy fog in san francisco where numbers are right around 50 degrees in the city.
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we'll see the mid 40s continue in the north bay for the next hour or so. everyone should be in the 50s to about 60 noontime. plenty of sunshine and the bay. there will be a little bit of fog around the coast but mostly sunny skies with mid-60s there and mid-80s and we'll keep it into the valleys. then changes cooler weather head our way through the workweek. >> terry: breaking news right now. out of the oakland crews have a fire in a commercial building under control. take a look at earlier this morning flames burning through the roof of a steorj warehouse in 3,000 block at broadway at 30th street. firefighters kept the flames from spreading to other buildings, no reports of injuries. investigators are trying to figure out how it got started. >> developing news at cape canaveral where a little more than three hours space
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x-attempted to launch a private rocket to reach the space station. watch and listen how things went on the launch pad. >> three two one zero and... liftoff. we've had a cutoff. >> one of the rocket engines showed too much fuel pressure so the launch sequence shut down half a second before launch. the spacecraft named dragon was safely shut down. they will try to launch now on tuesday. >> assuming that whatever we see is repairable we will go in and try another day on the 22nd back youup day on 23rd. nasa is taking a look at that day. we don't have the 23rd with a range. >> terry: chief executive the
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co-creator of paypal before starting space x-and he is ceo of the tesla and he says he is going to have on mars in ten years. state health officials say a norovirus in pacifica caused hundred students to get sick. most of those cases are at ocean shore elementary and few were reported at ortega elementary. news reporter nick smith talked to the father of two youngsters. >> they have throw up you go home. >> reporter: that is exactly what happened to his son. after san mateo sent a lab sample to the state there was an outrage of the norovirus. the virus didn't stop with his son. >> my daughter she got it. she stayed home. same thing. >> reporter: today there are at least 205 students affected by flu-like symptoms.
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tyler says she avoided getting sick because he listened to his teacher. >> you catch anything that might have germs you have to go wash your hands. >> most that got sick were at ocean shore elementary but there were a few here at ortega elementary. the two schools often play together and signing appeared about ten days ago. since then they have worked to rid all surfaces of the virus. >> we are swab go down desktops chairs anything that is used. >> second day after school wide cleaning and they are more happy to take. >> its community here so we all try to do what we. >> can two things one teacher tells me they have stayed over the entire time because parents have been pro-active in keeping sick children at home. second thing, if you have any soms of the virus to stay
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symptom flee for 48-27 hours before you bring your kid back to school. >> terry: right searchers are gearing up for looking more morgan hill teenager sierra lamar. they will conduct them through 6:00 this evening. investigators continue to support sort through tips from last weekend's episode of america's most wanted that profiled the case. some callers reported seen the recovered vogs wagon jetta that is tied to her disappearance. there are specific locations for volunteers to search. volunteers are welcome to come on down to morgan hill to help in the effort. >> this morning a bay area attorney is under arrest suspected in a fatal hit-and-run. spencer freeman smith is charged with vehicular manslaughter and leaving the scene of an accident. one person was killed while
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walking with his bike in dublirn. they traced serial numbers from the car that left the scene. police say they found his mercedes in garage with extensive front end damage. >> facial recognition software is now being used to track which bars and nightclubs are hopping but the app is raising privacy concerns. tomas ramon gets reaction now being used in san francisco. >> it's very creepy idea. >> this is what he thinks is creepy. the cameras are identifying and approximate age of everyone who walks in. it uses what they are call facial detection software. it feeds the information to this app. rachel didn't know she was being monitored in the bar. >> it was ladies night.
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let's go where all the guys in our age range are. >> but they think using facial recognition to determine who is in a bar and when should cause concern especially regarding privacy. >> is it sensitive enough to track from you bar to bar. >> she is worried if they store any of the data it could be accessed by others. the application is brainchild of cole harper. he thought it would be useful to determine what bar to patronize and what businesses to attract certain age groups. all they keep is gender and stage. >> facial detection 12 data points but you keep sort of that data mapping which we do not. >> he has made every effort to assure people that their privacy is not at risk. >> they say the san francisco launch has been the toughest of the 7 cities in which they
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operate. originally 25 businesses signed up but because of privacy concerns only 19 remain. harper hopes after this launch those fears will disappear. >> coming up next latest twist in the story of the blind chinese activist. and end to the month long end to the diplomatic battle between china and the u.s. - ( music playing
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>> terry: developing news this morning, a blind chinese activist is right now on his way to the united states ending a lo among diplomatic tussle that tested relations with china. chen guangcheng boarded a united airlines flight with his wife and two children. they are heading to newark, new jersey where they are to arrive this evening. a minivan took him from the hospital. he received intense attention after making an escape from house arrest last month and seeking diplomatic immunity at the embassy there. >> governor brown has ordered the flag state capital to be
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flown at half-staff on tuesday to honor soldiers that were killed in afghanistan. his wife and two sons were joined by veterans at oakland international airport. they received the body of staff sergeant thomas fogarty. he was killed outside of kabul last week. they were there to receive the casket. they formed a group of motorcycle ride there's honor u.s. soldiers. >> we are good patriots and veterans and it's our job to honor our veterans when they come home whether it's good or bad. >> we didn't even get a chance really to find out much of where he was because he passed away only three weeks after he got to the country. they escorted the casket to the funeral home. this morning there is a recall of salinas valley lettuce. it may be taken by listeria. river ranch shredded iceberg
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lettuce. sold under farm stand market side and cisco and dated may 12 through 22nd. it's been pulled from the shelves but you might have some the fridge. a bit of a vil ver lining unless you are very young or old or sick already it's rarely life-threatening. >> new this morning quarnts have been lifted on two dairies after mad cow disease. they the investigators tracked down two of the infected animals off spring. one was still born and the other was found in ot another state and euthanized as a precaution. it tested negative for mad cow. >> today is national test thing hepatitis day.
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cdc anyone born between 1945 and 1965 should get a one time blood test if they have the liver did he strois destroying virus. >> many don't know they don't have it. the largest hepatitis screening event in the country is being held right here in san francisco at asian heritage street celebration. it's going to be held in the healthy living pavilion. it's on larkin street between grove and ellis. it goes from 11:00 to 6:00 p.m. admission is free. lisa argen is here to talk about the forecast. the gold is gone but the blue is back. >> lisa: we do have a little bit of fog at the coast. partly cloudy there and temperatures are cool from the upper 40s to 50s elsewhere. here is the view from tam. you can see all the sunshine from southern marin, a little hazy gorgeous looking weekend. cooldown is all next.
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a mirror the olympic flame is on britain soil. it landed yesterday aboard a special flight from athens. runners are going to take that flame on a 70-day 8,000 mile journey. it will be arriving during the opening ceremonies. new this morning a brand-new world record in the oldest woman to climb mount everest. 73-year-old woman from japan has reached the summit. she held the previous record for a woman climbing to mount everest which she made it back to the top ten years ago. >> this weekend you can catch a glimpse of a rare partial anular solarclippings. it blocks everything xeps the sun's corona.
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annulis means ring shaped object. it will begin around 5:15 p.m. we'll see a partial eclipse more like a sea rather than a halo. 84% is blocked. don't stare at the sun it's recommended that you use special glasses to watch this incredible event or better yet watch it on an object not looking at the sun. that was advice earlier. you explained it well. i had stumbled over my words which i never do. >> that has never happened. >> we have got fog. pretty much per usual and we have in it santa cruz this morning. we are beginning to see sunshine. see it's getting a little
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brighter and onshore flow will keep the surf about three or four feet. 8:17 is the sunset and closer to home. we have a little fog. things have cleared out nicely. plenty of sunshine and temperatures will come up -- oh maybe three to four degrees today. the warmest days out of the next seven, today and tomorrow we've got 50s well out by the delta and antioch. delta breeze means the onshore flow is going to be with us and the fog and stratus will be at our coast later on tonight. 53 in oakland right now. good morning san carlos. 56 in mountain view. mid 50s in los gatos and san jose. highlights few patches of fog mainly down around the peninsula and monterey. monterey is sunny. we've got clouds around watsonville and salinas. warm days for today and
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tomorrow. cooler conditions on monday and winds pick up and temperatures really come down by the middle of the week. we've go the bay to breakers. that is tomorrow morning where partly cloudy skies will bring temperatures into the lower 50s to start and then mid-50s for the finish with the light southwest wind 5-15 miles an hour. that fog at the great highway. it should be a great looking forecast for the run and good viewing. remember you can see the crescent shaped shadow if you look down at shadows on the ground that is due to the eclipse that begins at 5:13 tomorrow morning. 48% coverage. pretty neat for most of the west coast. in terms of satellite and radar composite fair weather maker building into the eastern pacific. that is allowing for the typical alignment trough to the south bringing mild conditions with the 60s from half moon bay to
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ocean beach to warm conditions 80s around danville and tri-valley and in between pleasant 70s. 88 in sacramento and fresno. not too bad with the breeze and low 80s for cupertino and campbell. peninsula shaping up like this 73 for redwood city 65 in south city. few 80s in the north bay up to sanity arose and cloverdale otherwise low 70s for fremont. a here is where we'll have the warmest conditions from dublin to pleasanton. 70s in salinas and taking shape around the coast with numbers tomorrow just about as nice two to three degrees warmer inland and cooler. not until the middle of the week we really get the winds going and highs in the 70s. so 60s around much of the bay
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area neighborhoods. today, nice out there. >> and normal. >> nice and normal. sports 137th running of preakness is hours away. kentucky derby will try to win the second leg. here is larry beil with highlights. >> good morning. giants and a's opened the 15th year of inner league play last night. would you believe it. zito the hitter came through sort of. the milkman celebrating,. josh donaldson came in hitting bad but crushes one off of zito. solo bomb. 2-1 game. things would quickly unravel for the a's. crawford here comes in one run. giants are up.
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in for park where bases loaded and he walked him with zito walked twice in this game. giants led 8-1 but donaldson a three run double to close it to 8-6. he had five rbis for the night and santiago gets him to ground out and that ends it giants hang on 8-6. >> softball cal is number one in the nation they open with 8-0 victory over iona in five innings. mercy rule was invoked. they will play arkansas at 3:00 in berkeley. >> to the n.b.a. desperation time for the lakers. it was a must win scenario. it was a little physical. westbrook and meadow world peace they call eight double
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technical. durant down the lane 31 for the duranchila. kobe taking over. high off the window. they would take a 3--point he. for the tie and no and block lakers take it 99-96 but still trail two games to one. >> behind the back to himself and feeds with a jumper. 15 points and 15 assists. paul pears celtics up by 18. you figure game over but wrong. here come the sixers he buries the three. here is with five big points. sixers stun them and they tie that series at two games apiece. stage six tour de california pretty rough.
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he was starting to go cross eyed and he was the winner. 115 miles. big bear lake. he was out in the front and he won just over 5 hours and just collapsed. he bounced back nicely. he took second place. david is still holding on to the leader jersey. >> kerry wood remember he burst on the scene in '98 went out in style. battled through injuries and was on the disabled list. came in and faced one batter struck out then retired on the spot. this kid is out there to hug him. his teammates. terry wood saying goodbye in style. great scene in chicago. that is a wrap on morning sports. mike shumann will be here at 5:00 6:00 and 11:00. a wrap-up on the preakness
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stakes. i'm larry beil. >> here is something you might have not thought of how facebook new status could affect weddings and did i worse. and going old school. a local start-up that is turning into a board game that into a learning experience.
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>> terry: new this morning president obama is urging congressional republicans to finish implementing wall street reform. he says the staggering trading loss by j.p. morgan chase illustrates why the overhaul is needed. >> unless you run a financial institution whose business model that is cheating consumers you have nothing to fear from wall street reform. >> terry: president says for the past two years republicans in congress have been waging an all out battle to delay and dismantle wall street reforms. ron johnson of wisconsin gave the response faulting a do nothing senate. after all the hype facebook ipo was more of a fizzle than a pop. >> yesterday morning facebook founder mark zuckerberg wearing a hoodie rang the nasdaq opening
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bell along with the newly minted million a airs. stock was still around 38 but it turned facebook into $104 billion company. so much new wealth among facebook employees has certain industries gearing up for what is bound to happen next. how wedding planners and divorce attorneys are expecting to cash in. >> wedding events consultant looked into her crystal ball. >> i would see lots of flowers big gowns. >> now that facebook has gone public some employees are in for a windfall and couples who perhaps had been waiting to get married may now make the leap. >> within three months because the bride and groom have come across the financial help. >> the average bay area wedding for hundred guests costs between
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$40,000 and $50,000 but some people prefer an affair in the $200,000 to $300,000 range. >> people are getting comfortable in spending more money. >> the wedding industry may not be the only one seeing the boost. >> money is the huge stressor. >> a family attorney. >> without question we see relationship between financial tensions and increasing the risk of divorce. >> she says new swelth a wonderful opportunity that allows a person to live out their dreams but couples have to communicate. >> i encourage them to talk about what their goals are so they don't have to pick up the phone and call someone like me. >> they don't expect to see a dramatic increase in divorce but what she does expect to see modifications of spousal and child support. >> terry: here in the heart of
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tech country you get a start-up that is decidedly low-tech. there is a local entrepreneur that helping kids laugh and learn. as jonathan bloom explains with no batteries required. >> they are handing out game pieces for fin and flippers that has no controllers and no 3-d animation and it is played on a board. >> one two three four. >> i play board games family game and we are losing touch and always on the computer. >> so durant took a radical departure. >> how do you learn to design a board game? >> i was determined to do it. i just started sketching it. >> sketching it on a piece of paper and testing it with the neighborhood kids for more than a year.
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>> one, two, three four five six. >> though they may not realize it but the kids are learning. and they are not just learning about the ocean but a new way to play that is not new at all. >> it was very fun. >> what do you mean? >> with a computer you have to tap and games you can play with your hands. >> and the game is low-tech the company animal matters embodies everything about silicon valley minus the silicon. now she is launching fins and flipping on kick starter.com. and she is building the game
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right here in the u.s.a. >> if everyone would try we can make a big difference. >> terry: new this morning, the world war ii battleship u.s.s. iowa gets a final sendoff to become a museum. they have been restoring it and it was launched in 1942 and served the navy until 1990. it will depart around 2:00 in the afternoon tomorrow. the potomac will escort it until it passes underneath the golden gate bridge. it should be heading out underneath the bridge and should have a gorgeous day to do that. >> so sad. >> should we make a petition to keep it? >> no. you know we're looking at a gorgeous day out there.
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sunshine already around the bay. temperatures are in the 50s. coming out of the moss 40s in the north bay -- 40s in the north bay and 80s included in the tri-valley. >> also ahead neighborhood concerning over the bay to breakers race. hear from one man who has a plan to prevent a repeat from last year. >> you did the work but your paycheck is no good. now what? "7 on your side" is coming up.
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>> terry: more than 250,000 university students around the world are getting help with their homework thanks to a young woman that defied tradition and launched her own high-tech company. abc7 news anchor dan ashley brains and a bright idea overcame the clash of cultures. >> they are expecting a baby in july at the same time she is giving birth to a new company. a silicon valley start-up. but it's unusual. she was raised in a very traditional indian family. they lived in canada. then when she was 11 they moved back to rural india. >> my dad .... >> the father believed in education. she ended up at inisland institute of technology. she was one of only three girls
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in computer science and she struggled. >> because i was too shy to ask the boys for help. >> she earned a master's degree. >> she wound up as a software developer but her personal life was dictated by her father and that meant an arranged marriage. >> three and a half years i tried everything i could trying differently to communicating with my partner with his parents. >> puja finally got the courage to get divorced. she was also accepted at stanford business school. during a class she came up with the idea of the program. she remembered long nights stuck on a tough problem with no help. >> i started with a very specific problem. how can you get unstuck at 4:00 a.m. we solved that. >> its website that links students online. professors at any university can register their class and then
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students pose questions. jacob uses it at stanford. >> people helping you out at once. >> whoever happens to be on line can all post answers and information remains up for all the class to see. >> and you can see what previous students asked because a lot of questions are questions that other students have asked. >> it's used by a quarter million students at more than a thousand colleges. >> if they are doing their homework and it's open as a third tap along g-mail and facebook. she has a team of ten employees funded by blue venture capital companies. it's not clear how they will make money. >> one thing it will be a focus of ours a year or so out but not today. >> for now they are working the products better.
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as for her personal life she is happily remarried and planning her new phase of life as a working mother. >> the family did accept her decision to divorce. her. check out piaza we 5/6 link at abc7news.com. >> born has it's a marathon in san francisco, we have bay to breakers. unique foot race is tomorrow. arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez has a preview. >> the world's best runners often in a 7.5 mile run. we have the elite runners. this one has won it twice and holds the record. he will face challengers. >> it's very unique out there. a lot of people come here to have a good time and enjoy it.
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>> they have been on the two time championship team at stanford. it's her first bay to breakers. >> there are changes. >> then we've got a mobile walk app that people can interact. i encourage people to download that app and check it out. >> this is hayes street hill. it's a place that separates the elite runers from the wannabe runners and there is prize money that cross over hayes street hill. police cracking down on drinking. >> last year we really drew a line in the sand. we are continuing with a zero tolerance on alcohol. people must be registered in order to run the race. >> by the time they get to the panhandle it's messy.
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many relieve this themselves and homeowners have reacted. >> to put up a barricade up make it look like a construction zone to deter people wanting to come back here. >> so words to the wise. >> come naked come in costume. >> those choices have decision-making now for the race. the winner of this edition first person across the finish line gets $25,000. that mobile phone app is called mobile walking adventures. race is also on facebook. in the newsroom don sanchez abc7 news. >> will it be warm enough to run naked? >> lisa: you're off tomorrow. i know you are a runner. we'll leave it at that. >> terry: always clothed. >> lisa: good. you see the light west wind from the roof cam. we've got wind flowing a little bit. you can see that right there
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from the flag and west winds will keep the beaches a little breezy from time to time but it's the typical onshore breeze. nothing too strong numbers in the 60s and sun is beginning to clear far south of here but notice we are enjoying the sunshine in the city with 51 downtown. 53 in oakland 54 in fremont. 55 in san jose still a couple 40s hanging on. san rafael at 49. 54 in livermore. cloudiness along the peninsula but that will clear and warmer days this weekend on the order of 2-4 degrees warmer than what we saw yesterday. without those gusty winds it should feel pretty good with windy and cooler weather mid-week partly cloudy skies return as a weak weather system heads our way. if you are headed to the ballpark light west wind providing a beautiful afternoon mentioned the mid-60s at at&t.
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tonight we will look for the patchy fog and tomorrow morning it will stay with us. for the race tomorrow bay to breakers 7:00 starting off in the lower 50s. then we'll look mid 50s about the light southwest wind and have the fog as you head towards the finish line the great highway there. then we've got tomorrow night this evening we'll be looking at perfect conditions for the viewing of the eclipse. don't look right at it. look at the shadows on the ground crescent shaped shadows and peak viewing will be 5:13 to 6:33. maximum coverage is 88%. a little further north of bay area but much of the west coast will enjoy a pretty nice shot at that eclipse. high pressure is weak high pressure that will keep our marine layer intact to 1400 feet through today and tomorrow. that brings mild to warm
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conditions all around the bay with some 80s. only days with 80s this week will be today and tomorrow. for our inland valleys and then temperatures day by day really begin to come down and breezes will kick up not only the coastal breezes but a cooler air mass headed our way. 76 in yosemite with temperatures back home in the mid-60s today. in the city 73 and 72 in richmond. upper 70s for san rafael coming up a little bit and 82 in napa. 81 in san jose and sunshine just about happening around santa cruz with 73 in watsonville. 86 in gilroy and around the rest of the bay you'll notice that tomorrow just as nice today and partly cloudy monday with temperatures holding steady tuesday. winds kick up and numbers plummet wednesday and thursday and friday still looking cool. >> bay to breakers, it starts off with a chill in the air, but
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if you are running you shouldn't feel much. >> it should be pretty nice. low 50s. >> fantastic. coming up next a young woman that employer did not send her paycheck until after it expired. michael finney finally gets through.
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>> a young san jose woman got paid for her job but it turned out the paycheck was not worth the paper it was written on. she turned to michael finney. >> savannah worked at hollister store at oakridge mall last summer. she was confused over her final check and didn't pick it up. hollister sent it to her home and that was the problem. >> it expired. >> look for yourself. the check was dated 8 hadn't-19 and the check is void after 180 days which means it expired in mid-february and yet it wasn't mailed out until 4 on 03-2012 early april. so she figured she would get the check reissued. what seemed easy turned into an
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insurmountable challenge. >> we left them five messages to payroll. every we left them a message. >> listen to the frustration in her voice. >> is there a supervisor we can talk to. do you have a manager he says no we don't 6 any of that. i don't have any control over that. they don't have general manager they don't have a supervisor that we can talk to they don't have anyone to talk to. payroll never answers or returns any phone call is. >> they will call me back. >> and they did after multiple phone calls. several e-mails and running into an odd corporate policy. >> public relations department doesn't take calls from the media. >> but eventually i do make contact ex explained the situation and she got her call back. the check is being reissued. >> i could have done without it.
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it's the principle it's $900 that i worked for. >> if you have an issue with a paycheck or any other problem let me know about it. go to abc7news.com. >> terry: coming up next how thousands of people plan to celebrate the golden gate bridge birthday in a few hours from now. you can join in and we'll show you.
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lear are the winning numbers from last night's $12 million drawing. mega number is 1. nobody got all six tuesday night's jackpot estimated at $16 million. >> adding to the beauty of palace of fine arts in san francisco, we've got newborn swans to show you. the six were brought out by their mom and dad. yesterday the swans hatched on thursday but already have the run of the park. a lot of people are saying aww. >> they plan to create a human chain in the shape of the golden gate bridge. this is your chance to become part of the landmark span. this is a live picture. up to 3,000 people wearing orange and red clothing are going to be gathering a crissy
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field in four minutes. you don't have to race there in four minutes. a banner ex pertinent will put them in place for a photo. photo will be taking place 11:00. the image will be captured by aerial photography. there won't be any low clouds to obscure the photography. >> it's beautiful out there all around the bay. centralcoast looking a little gray. 79 today in san rafael. 60s in the city. low to mid 80s inland. a little fog in the morning for bay to breakers. cooler and coolest weather until the end 6 next week. >> terry: next saturday morning we'll sing happy birthday to the golden gate bridge. keep track of the latest breaking news at twitter and talk about it at facebook.
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