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>> good morning, everyone. isolates 5:00 a.m.. i'm katie marzullo. so glad you could be with us this morning. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. cooler temperatures in the north bay. in the 50s. as you head outside, not only are we cool here but we are looking at coastal low fog and clouds. numbers in the 50s up in the north bay to the mid-60s down around san carlos. 60 hayward, and low clouds and fog to start. but throughout the morning hours that burns back quickly and we are in store for another warm day around the bay. but today not the warmest day of the weekend. numbers rank from the low 60s to patchy fog half moon bay to upper 80s inland. similar to what we saw yes.
we are looking at temperatures throughout the evening hours pretty comfortable. the fog rolls back in, but we will get warmer tomorrow. near 100 degrees inland. i'll let you know how long that will stick around. but we also have thunderstorms to talk about, as well. >> interesting. thank, lisa. we have breaking new. one person is dead and at least four others injured this morning following a shooting in east oakland. it happened just after 11:00 last night on 105th avenue. authorities say five ambulances were requested, but one person died at the scene. the other victims were taken to the hospital in critical condition. there's no word at this time on suspects or arrests, but we will bring you more on the story as the information becomes available. developing news. authorities are investigating what led to a police shooting and motorcycle crash that shut down a highway in the east bay. it happened around 4:00 yesterday afternoon on highway 24 on both sides of the caldecott tunnell. a chp officer was investigating a hit-and-run neither we'ller
road exit when he spotted a silver honda with front end damage and no license plates. at some point he fired at the driver of the car. the authorities won't say what led to the shooting or if it's connected to a fiery motorcycle crash that happened earlier near the broadway accident in oakland. >> how serious was he injured. >> serious to be transported to the hospital. i don't have the status of his condition. >> as for the person shot,fs taken to the medical his condition not knowing. >> a building will be destroyed on warren haul on the csu campus. >> every morning when kirk deyoung leaves his house, warren hall is right there. >> when i first moved there, it was kind of an eyesore. i've gotten used to it. you have the nice, gorgeous meadow, hillside, beautiful
trees, and then -- >> the 40-year-old tower will be gone. warren hall was built along a fault and was deemed the most seismically unsafe building in the cal state system. it has been abandoned for two years. >> we will set up lawn chairs and video cameras and have friends over. >> people have been buzzing around the neighborhood look for the best vantage point. they snapped pictures on the tower that first opened in 1971. inside crews used jack hammers and blow torches to soften the structure. 450 pounds of explosives will be used to make the building lean and collapse on itself. >> we expect -- it's about a 10 to 12-second event. it will be go from the 13-story tower to 30-foot high pile of debris. >> for those look to watch. down the hill will offer the best and safest ran taj point.
all streets will be shut down heading up to campus. >> this is an icon in the region, and to see it come down i think will be fantastic, but safety is first. >> for those would live nearby, dust will likely be the biggest concern. >> i just bought a box of dust masks. we will hand them out. >> the tower is scheduled to be destroyed at 9:00 a.m.. in hayward, abc7 news. if you want to see the implosion as it happens, we will be streaming it live at abc7news.com at 9:00 a.m.. that's with weather permitting. they will delay it if there is fog. happening now an amber alert has been cancelled after two children kidnapped from nevada were found safe. the 9-year-old and 3-year-old were taken illegally by their parents on wednesday. the parents, martin and amber, do not have legal custody of the children. happening now in lake county, a wildfire is burning to the east of clear lake off of
highway 20. the double fire started just before 6:00 last night and has burned about 60 acres. firefighters are concerned it could grow to several hundred acres. high voltage power lines are down in the area, making it more dangerous for firefighters. the fire is 10% contained. the fourth service has ordered an emergency closer for portions of the forest. it has burned nearly 10,000 acres since it erupted a week ago. it was burning 10 miles northeast of forest hill. it's 31% contained. heavy smoke is blanketing parts of the foothills, reno and lake tahoe. the man accused of murdering four women decades ago is scheduled to continue delivering his closing arguments in a marin county courtroom. the 9-year-old joseph naso is representing himself in the murder trial. yesterday he claimed the case against him is weak. he told jurors to ignore the evidence presented by the
prosecutors saying even the dna evidence is inconclusive. the judge scolded him five times for miss representing evidence and bringing up things not presented in the trial. steven clark said it was one of the most bizarre things he's seen in court. >> what he's trying to do in his closing argument is of it. he did not of it during the trial, which he would have been subject to cross-examination. so what he's doing now is trying to introduce evidence that was not brought in in the trial in his closing argument. >> naso told the judge he had an hour to 90 minutes left to go on his closing arguments. when he's done, prosecutors will present their rebuttal and then the jury will go into deliberation. if convicted, naso could get the death penalty. >> palo alto police have released sketches of men they say robbed a man who had a child with him. it happened thursday night in robe else park behalf 9:00. one had a knife and the other had a handgun. the two suspects demanded his property. even though he hand it had all
over, the suspect punched him in the face and cut his arm. of the child was not hurt. a judge revoked parole for a man police say is a person of interest in the federal investigation of federal investigator sandra coke. the man has a restraining order preventing him from contacting sandra coke. they believe the ambulance with her on the night the 50-year-old disappeared. coke's body was found in a park near vacaville eight days ago. sandra coke's money has created a fund to raise money for her teenage daughter. they hope to raise $100,000 to raise money to provide care for the teenager. full like to donate go to the link on our web page. the owners of a dog who attacked a boy are speaking out. the family lives next door to the young victim. they met reporter nick smith at
a local park but did not want to be identified on camera. they said hunter was at her home soliciting her son. her two-year-old pit bull, jewels, jumped on hunter after he fell on the stairs. she's grief stricken and praying for hunter. >> we are sorry it happened. he with would not intentionally hurt this child in any way. really hard, and i worry about my family's safety and people judges us because of the fact we are pit bull owners. >> jewels is being held in an animal control shelter and will be put down next week. hunter has undergone two surgeries and is recovering at the u.c. davis medical center. courtney's own son was bitten on the arm trying to pull the pit bull away from hunter. we any the cause of death of a marin county woman who was body was found in sequoia matt park last week. she died from cardiac arrest. altitude and exertion were
contributing factors. the 65-year-old daniel was an attendance clerk in mill valley. clock turning 5:09 on this saturday morning. lisa has the weather. what can we expected to? >> for a change we will see temperatures running a bit above average the next couple of days. in fact, next -- tomorrow, much, much warmer than today. but even today we are talking about a warmup. we will see how warm it's going to get and how long that lasts when we return. >> thanks, lisa. also next only on abc7 news, we've learned what's in the chp's finally report on the deadly limo fire on the san mateo bridge. what they were doing just before the fire broke out. and once the new bridge goes up, what happens to the old one? why it takes longer to tear it
another warm day in san francisco. she will have the full forecast come up in just a few moments. three months after a horrific limo fire on the san mateo bridge we learned the findings of the criminal investigation. five women died when they couldn't get out of that limo. abc7 news reporter vic lee has the story you will only see on abc7 news. >> reporter: the chp wanted to see if anyone was criminally negligent. they focused on the driver, orville brown, and the owner of the limousine company. sources tell us at the end of july the chp decided there was no evidence to press criminal charges against the two men. then suddenly brown's estranged wife said publicly that the two argued on his cell phone shortly before the fire as he was driving. >> i'm sure he could have saved them, you know. but he was on the phone. >> she charged that her husband was playing music too loudly and
not paying attention. when her media interview surfaced, investigators renewed their robe of brown to see if he was too distracted to react quickly to the emergency. sources tell abc7 news the chp reviewed his cell phone records and determined that he had not been on the phone with his wife during the fire, and that there was no other evidence to charge him criminally. the chp's conclusion is that the tragic incident was the result of a mechanical failure. the stretched limousine burt into flames on the san mateo bridge on the night of may 4th the fire killed five women. four others survived by crawling out of a narrow opening to the driver's compartment. this cell phone video shows the fire started in the rear of the limo. witnesses say the back of the lincoln town car was extremely low to the ground while it was traveling across the bridge. sources with knowledge of the probe told us that the air springs, called balloons, in the rear of the limo somehow
deflated, setting off a domino effect that led to the fire. this man manages a garage that services limousines. he explains what most likely happened when the balloons failed. >> these are air springs. they aren't even air shocks. air springs and they carry the weight of the car. one has a rupture on it, the whole car drops down to basically almost on the tire so the car with the weight, it bounced down too hard and ended up hitting the gas tank, which is right in this spot here. it might have hit the gas tank and then you see when it hit the ground it will create a spark. >> and that spark likely ignited the fire. rick lee, abc7 news. in egypt the muslim brotherhood said a son of it's spiritual leader has been killed in fierce clashes in downtown cairo. he's one of more than 80 people killed yesterday. number killed this week has reached a staggering 700. muslim brotherhood angry their
leader, mow humid morrisey, was overthrown, declared a day of rage yesterday. some people were seen jumping tore their lives off a bridge and others dodged bullets in front of the four seasons hotel. president obama has asked egypt to lift the state of emergency declared earlier this week. the eastern span of the golden gate bridge will open over labor day weekend. but what happens with the old one? we have more on the tear-down. >> they say we are a disposing society, easy come, easy go, new by gets old but when it comes to bridges we are still sentimental, apparently. >> i knew it was going away and we are thinking we are going to miss the old bridge. it's roughly a week and a half until the eastern span of the bay bridge becomes obsolete and abandoned, at least by cars. if you assume demolition would be easy, here comes andrew gordon to ward us off. >> it will be very complicated. >> millions of parts to join.
a structure 8 1/4 miles long. >> it cost $77 million to bridge. seven decades later the eastern span alone will cost almost $300 million to bring down. the deconstruction, if you want to call it that, will take place in three different sections simultaneously by three different contractors working from the top right down to the mud level at the bottom of the bay. strangely enough income the top section the first piece they take off is likely to be the last one they put on. >> they are actually studying how the original span was built so they can take it apart in reverse order. >> but much more carefully because we are more environmental. the original steal has lead paint and the road bed has concrete and gasoline. they want to make sure none of it falls into the bay. as to what might remain. >> yes, we want to leave a little for history. >> the spokesman told us one possibility. a park in place of an approach
may be a nice memorial or a pier. these are artists conceptions. >> don't question, will your new memorial be seismically sound? yes, it will be, because it has nowhere to go. >> except the history books. in oakland, wayne freedman, abc7 news. interesting. the bridge will be closed for five days over the holiday weekend, and that closer will start late in the evening on wednesday, august 28. the bridge will reopen by tuesday, september 3, which is the day after labor day. a. c. transit is offering extra bus service to some east bay bart stations to help people get across the bay during the shut down. bart will be operating trains around the clock during the closer, and san francisco bay ferry is expanding their schedule. if you need to drive during the shut down, download abc7as exclusive waze traffic app. and follow us on the news for bay bridge updates.
there will be a lot of interesting things happening traffic wise. weather-wise, what do you have? >> school is just about to start and the temperatures climb. that's exactly what we are looking at. ha-ha, right? we do have low clouds and fog there along the coast, right? but even despite the cloud cover with high clouds inland, it will be a warm day today. in fact a little above normal and the trend continues into the second half of the weekend and early next week. we are going to add in the chance of some thunderstorms. here's a look at our roof camera downtown. the numbers are in the 60s pretty much. 58 here, 62 in oakland. redwood stay 59. 57 half moon bay. low clouds and the fog. here's a look at emeryville this morning. temperatures over into the east bay will be warmed to. the game this evening should be railroad pleasant with a little bit of a breeze. 55 in nevada. the cool numbers up to the north
from nevada it santa rosa and san rafael with mid-50s there. out toward the delta, not much of a delta breeze and that will indicate a warm day. 62 in fairfield with 63 livermore and concord. here's a look at our highlights. we are looking at not only a sunny day today, but mild to warm once again. a few high clouds. but things get interesting tomorrow. we will have high pressure build in, bringing us a warmer afternoon. but then the chance of thunderstorms heads our way late sunday night and it's going to stay with us through much of the early and middle part of the week. so we just are left with a few patches of fog throughout the afternoon today. we've had that. the golden gate bridge around half moon bay, but most everywhere else really heating up throughout the rest of the afternoon. you can see a few high clouds, but overall you will notice we are back to the 70s and 80s and even 90s as we head toward the livermore valley. and more heat along with cloud cover headed our way for the second half of the weekend. a couple of reasons why. we do have an area of low
pressure that right now sits to the north and west of us. a counter clockwise flow with that pushing up subtropical moisture. relative humidity is going to increase. it will feel not only hot but a little sticky around here in the next couple of days due to the proximity of that low. then by the time we head toward tomorrow night into monday, as the low gets closer to the coast, look what happens. the return flow bringing not only the threat of thunderstorms into the bay area, but through the sierra nevada. the southern syria around yosemite, and once again, like last weekend, mount shasta. coined of unsettled with warm temperatures to start later this afternoon. 83 in san jose. look for 81 in milpitas. 87 los gatos, with 90s toward morgan hill. on the peninsula once again low 80s for palo alto. 75 should be feel pretty good from millbrae, and sunshine in the sunset today. it will take a little bit of time. 70 downtown.
look for 68 down around the airport and up in the north bay things getting pretty warm here. the darker shade of orange indicating the 90s returning for clear lake and calistoga. near east bay, low 80s catastrophy valley. and mid-90s toward antioch. warmer tomorrow by about five degrees. monday increase of clouds and threat of thunderstorms through wednesday. a more stable atmosphere thursday and friday. >> stable is good. thank you, lisa. 5:22. good news for fans of the happiest place on earth. coming up, new attractions, if you will, are coming outside of the park in anaheim and it could make your next trip
>> knew this morning the neighborhood surrounding disneyland may be in for a hotel boom. they plan to build 14 new hotels near the theme park. the first is set to open as early at september. it will add 4,000 new rooms to the region, an increase of 19%. the area has 20,000 hotel rooms. hotel taxes make up the biggest part of the budget in both
cities. disney is the parent company of abc7 news. a pianist said she's not nervous even though she's just 11 years old. ♪ >> my name is -- i'm 11 years old. >> that's danielle. she is becoming a concert pianist at age 5. her dad is a violinist so he helped inspire her interest in music. she's already won three international competitions and she debuts in carnegie hall in october. the third annual ping-pong tournament is tomorrow. mayor ed lee, who swings a wicked backhand, will be one of the participants. teams will compete in entry, intermediate and advance levels. san francisco police will field a team, as will the warriors with star forward harrison barns. it's happening at the chinese culture center auditorium. neck, why people aren couraged to get up-close and
here's lisa argen. >> here's a look at emeryville. cool temperatures in the north bay with 54 in santa rosa, 68 in napa. we are looking at low 60s as you head inland toward concord, livermore and the delta. numbers, once again, will be on the warm side today, especially inland. but as we take a look at oakland right now, it should be a pleasant day there with temperatures ranking from the low 70s to the upper 70s in downtown oakland. partial afternoon clearing once again at our coast. it will be mild so not as cool as we could be with low to mid-60s. actually it says cool, but it is going to feel aings bit on the mild side, even at the shoreline. low to mid-ed 0s inland. we are warm, warmer tomorrow. the details coming up for some thunderstorms, as well, a bit later in the work week. katie. >> thank you, lisa. new this morning, president obama is pledging to do everything he can to make sure the new healthcare law works the way he intended. in his weekly address the president acuses congressional republicans to try to confuse
the public will the law. he said his opponents are also threatening to eliminate funding for the affordable care act or to shut down the government if they don't get their way. >> they are actually having a debate between hurting americans who will no longer be denied affordable healthcare just because they will be second and harming the economy and millions of americans in the process. many republicans are more concerned with how badly this debate will hurt them politically than they are with how badly it will hurt the country. >> in the republican address, west virginia representative shelly moore kopito is calling for a delay in the requirement that uninsured consumers buy healthcare insure abs coverage or pay fines. it's happening to warren haul on. csu east bay campus. the building was built 40 years ago along a fault line and is now considered the most seismically unsafe bulling in the cal state system. the tower has been abandoned for
the past two years, and it is set to come down at 9:00 this morning. if you want to see it -- of course, you do -- as it happens live we will be streaming it live on abc7news.com and again, that's at 9:00 a.m.. a top official of oracle's america's cup team is firing back at rivals who accused him of cheating. russell is at the center of the scandal after admitting three 40-foot cat marranos used to win races were illegally modified but he denies knowing anything about the illegal activity. skips are from teams of in the lastly and new zealand says his allegations are absurd. he calls the allegations slander us. >> i think it's not rice when something implies a team of 130 people are somehow implicated in this, when we say on the record that it was a few individuals that were involved in this.
>> he refused to say what happened with the boats and who is responsible. he said the oracle ceo is angry, not only that the boats were modified but that the top lieutenants are being accused of cheating. of the cup will be held on the bay this weekend. emirates is taking on luna rossa in the finals of the louis vuitton cup. there will be three races per day. today," tomorrow and wednesday, and if needed, a week from tomorrow. the first team to get 7 points takes on oracle next month >> with the help of abc7 news the oakland library and school district will giveaway 10,000 books today as part of a back to school campaign. the books, provided free of charge by abc7 and our parent company, disney, will be given out to children through grades 6. along with the books the city plans to giveaway 1,000 backpacks. it's from eleft tone three at
six library sites throughout the city and the backpack give away and 9 to 4 at the plaza. the annual bay view hunters point back to school event is in its ninth year and former 49er guy mcintyre is expected to attend. it will be at 3:00 in the park at 1398 hudson street. a. k one of 26 states of that joined forces to improve science education. group came up with big changes on how science is taught from kindergarten through high school. the board of education is expected to adopt the new standards this fall. they will most likely be implemented the follow year. but as abc7 news anchor dan ashley reports, some teachers aren't waiting around. >> reporter: you may know san francisco's exploratorium as a hands-on museum, but it is also a cutting edge training
site for teachers. the exploratorium has run a summer training session for science teachers for more than 25 years. >> this thing here is called. >> the program is so popular, the staff has to turn away every two of three teachers who apply. but now the exploratorium has moved to a new, much larger build soggy it will be able to accept a lot more teachers. the timing is perfect because california is getting brand new science standards tore -- for all grades. teachers have to learn to put them in action. >> we are so happy to see the new next generation science standards because this is what the exploratorium has been doing forever. >> these new standards call for more hands-on learning with more interactive lessons. focus is on making sure students have the knowledge and critical thinking skills they will need tore 21st century jobs. >> finally the emphasis isn't going to be as much on what sign it was know, but what they do. >> that could be an expensive equipment and supplies.
but the exploratorium is showing teachers how to create meaningful experiments with everyday materials. and free resources they can find online. this website allows users to make stop action animation. the camera and the computer is taking still pictures as the teachers pose for all kinds of crazy movies. it's silly and it's science. >> the modeling, physics, they are doing constant velocity, acceleration and deacceleration. [laughter] >> the new science standards also include engineering. a new challenge for a lot of teachers. >> i might look at something and wonder as a scientist myself, how does that work? an engineer looks at it and thinks how can i make that better? >> dennis has been to the exploratorium teaching school before and now she's back to get engineering instruction. this experiment involves solar cells and little motors that spin. >> you need to be quantitative >> it's like science camp for
teachers. to explore, get rejuvenated for the new school year. >> the teachers attend for school and even get a small stipend. although they are supposed to be learning themselves, as soon as a child arrives, some can't resist switching back into teacher mode. >> guys, where is it coming from? >> from the sky. >> from the sky! >> that's dan ashley reporting. if you are a teacher interested in applying to the teacher institute we shall have a link at abc7news.com. just click on "see it on tv." fs state is encouraging the public to get out and help count bees today. it's the annual great bee count. it's part of the great sunflower project that helps gauge the health of bee populations. the project has the single largest database on bee populations for north americans with more than 100,000 volunteers counting bees year around. if you are interesting in counting, you can do so anywhere and upload your findings to the project's website. next on the saturday morning
news, it's the final lap for redwood city's malibu grand prix. why the popular amusement center is closing down tomorrow after 35 years. and let's take a live look outside at 5:38 none saturday morning. this, from our hd roof cam. 58 degrees in san francisco. you are looking at a high of 70. lisa ar
>> welcome back. you are looking live from our sutro camera towards the east bay. you can see the few extra clouds out there this morning. but those are going to burn off. you are looking at a sunny afternoon. 77 degrees in oakland. lisa will have more for you coming up in her full forecast. it's the final chapter in the history of malibu grand bring in redwood city as abc7 news reporter johnathan bloom found out, there's still plenty of fun to be had, just not for long. >> on a hot afternoon you will find kids speeding around in bumper boats, sweat it out in the batting cage, playing mini golf or in the arcade. this is summer as it used to be. sure, some of the gains are different. but the spirit of the malibu grand prix in redwood city has been the same for years.
>> this is the probably the place you can get the kindergartners and high-schoolers and adults to all be entertained. >> at the center is the racetrack. three quarter scale model indy cards with top speed of 40 miles an hour. once a staple of the amusement world, they are now almost impossible to find. >> we will be shutting our doors sunday. >> rising rents and costs have caused them to close. >> getting around the track in less than a minute takes quite a bit of practice. only a few days left before they close for good so what do i have to lose? >> should i put this down? >> all all the way down. >> not the smoothest ride, but they can go. malibu grand prix maintains them on site. it's gotten expensive, and also addict i have. it's low tech entertainment barreling its way deeper into a
electronic world. even the prizes have gone high-tech as families scramble to cash in years of tickets. >> how long have you been coming here? >> all my life. birthday parties at 7 or 8, like 30 years ago. >> they couldn't wait to get their driver's license this was the first place they wanted to come because that enabled them to drive the grand prix cars. >> and one place for children of all ages to put the pedal to the medal. abc7 news. >> we invite you to join us for a look at the special camp being held in livermore for children with life-threatening diseases or live-altering conditions. a jerel jennings special report on the taylor family foundation is tomorrow right here on abc7. what is going on outside, lisa? >> we have clouds everywhere. a couple pretty pictures out there. but from our exploratorium
camera, you can see it looks pretty gray. the bay bridge. we are going to see sunshine everywhere, but conditions are changing, and not only will it feel more humid, we are warming up the next several days. we are talking about a return to the 90s. i'll have the forecast coming up. >> thank you, lisa. also next, the 49er's rookie quarterback impressive as he competes to be colin kaepernick's backup.
>> a live look. all is quiet on a saturday morning as you would expect. the weather is warm, similar to what we've been seeing, but maybe a little warmer and strange things happening perhaps later this week. lisa? >> you are right. we are looking at temperatures once again not only in the 90s, but maybe a little above average. if you like it that warm, we are talking about the warm numbers, stick around. this morning the low clouds k and fog. a typical summer-like pattern with sun coming up 6:27 and setting tonight 7:59. if you are headed to okay flashed the game, it should be pretty mild to start out. here's a look at the cloud cover. we have higher clouds. so it's cloudy everiy. concord, livermore, out by the delta. we have the usual low clouds and fog at our coast. from the roof camera you can make out a little bit of dawn,
and temperatures ranging from the upper 50s san francisco. we are coelentera the north bay, 61 in oakland. good morning, los gatos. 58 in napa. 55 in novato, 53, cloudy skies concord in the livermore valley and a nice-looking shot from the sutro camera where we are talking about another 40 minutes or so until the official sunrise. highlights, mild to warm again today. it really warmed up yesterday. very little change, but as we get into tomorrow, not only adding another three to five degrees of warming, but by tomorrow night the possibility of thunderstorms in and around the bay. northern and even central california. that will last for the next several days. so just patches of fog by the afternoon, but i think we will see a few clouds around also. some higher clouds. that's not going to inhibit our warming w he will see plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the
90s once again inland. they are going to get a little closer to the west for sunday. but as for today, in and around the bay it should be warm to pleasant, but kind of hot out in you are inland east bay. a couple things going on. we are in between two parcels of air, an upper level low to the west and high pressure to the east. we have the return flow around the low, bringing up a few higher clouds. tomorrow, even though the highs will get lows enclosure and the numbers go up, it will feel more muggy because by tomorrow night look what happens. we are looking at the possibility of some thunderstorms. not only from northern california all the with a i down the spine of the sierra. so, of course, the threat for dry lightning and also with some wetting rain, and that's not a good combination. 96 in yosemite. look for 67 in monterey.
so the wide-ranging spread once again. back home we're looking at 70s san francisco, 81 on the peninsula, palo alto and 92 out toward livermore. mid-90s in antioch, and santa cruz a few clouds, 80. if you are headed to the east bay, high there in the upper 70s. but by 6:00 we will be dropping through the 60s. a nice night. 7:59 sunset. look ahead, warmer tomorrow, into the upper 90s. slightly cooler on monday. increasing relative humidity and cloud cover not only monday and tuesday, but the threat of thunder continues through wednesday. we are cooler, though, and the temperatures will just kind of bounce around into next weekend, but we will feel more like average thursday, friday. it will start to feel pretty warm around here. >> thank you, lisa. the 49ers fans now have a new place to stock up on gear. this morning the team will host the grand opening of its new store at the westfield valley mall in santa clara. a select number of fans will
have the opportunity to receive an autograph from 49er's all-pro linebacker alden smith. they can also sign up for free tickets. it is at 10:00. >> the niners play their preseason game a week from tomorrow at candlestick against the vikings. last night they met a familiar go in kansas city in their second preseason game. here's larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. the game was billed as the 49ers versus darryl liter and darryl smith. it ended with fourth spring quarterbacks b.j. daniels, who might not be fourth string anymore. like last week, colin kaepernick played only one series. missed a wide-open shot haul in the end zone. they aren't worried about him.
but 3 of 3, hit 2 from 55. niner defense yet to give up a td this preseason. but special teams, it's a problem. off to the races. coast-to-coast! 104-yard check off return. 7-3, kc. alex 7 are 16, 62 yards. receivers have had several drops and alex gets dropped to end the half. nooners get their first preseason td. two minutes left and the rookie, b.j. daniels, perfect. chuck jacobs capping a 90-yard come back drive and the niners win 15-13. raiders and saints, dennis allen used to coach sean payton. drew brees, 14 of 18, 202 yards. he has an' ternty to throw. 16 yards to kenny for the cutch down. 17-0, saints. matt flint, 12 of 16, a buck
twenty-four. raiders were down 23-7 at the break. their defense in the third quarter, wallace hit hard by seventh-round pick david bass. ryan robinson, thank you very much but the raiders fall 28-20. the a's opened a cleveland weekend with cleveland. a chance to gain ground on first-place texas because the rangers lost to seattle. this is not how we like to loosen up before a newscast. cespedes, and tied 2-2. they regain the lead. a hustling steven vogt, the catcher, cord from first. top nine. two men on. cabrera with a liner that looked like trouble. josh donaldson turns it into the game-ending double play. they are half game behind texas, 3-2000 the final. giants visiting south beach and
place the marlins. the two lowest scoring teams in the national league come bean for 24 runs. sanchez, a three-run bomb and giants set a season-high in runs scored. they win a slugfest 14-10. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> next, the annual faith walk honoring a bay area broadcast who are passed away from breast cancer. eye only a couple hours away. we will tell you which local band is performing that just might push you
>> here are are the winning numbers from last night's lotto. nobody correctly picked all six so tuesday night's jackpot now estimated at $51 million. the ninth annual breast cancer challenge to raise money for low income patience kicks off this morning. the fundraiser honors faith, the broadcast who are passed a way after a long battle with breast cancer. this year's fundraiser take place at 10:00 a.m. at lake merritt in oakland. registration begins at 8:30. at 11:15 abc7 news anchor dan ashley when his band "push" will perform. well worth it. for more information go to abc7news.com and click on "see
>> a very good morning to you. it's 6:00 a.m. saturday. we want to get you out the door with a quick look at the weather. here's lisa argen. >> good morning. you can see the beginning of the sunrise. officially 6:29 but plenty of clouds out there. 58 downtown san francisco. 59 in redwood city. 61 in san jose. 57 in los gatos and half moon bay. eye been pretty warm around her but temperatures will get even warmer in the short term. we are going to add in the possibility of some thunderstorms the next couple of days. so by 11:00 today we still have