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now in a tablet that starts dissolving instantly. zyrtec® dissolve tabs. muddle no more™. good morning. thanks for joining us. it's saturday, may 9. let's start with a quick look at the forecast. >> good morning to you. we have an extensive marine layer. you can see the low clouds and fog up and down the coast. a look outside shows that the marine layer is really socked in there in the north bay. we will look for the sun to erode the low clouds throughout the mid to late morning hours in the north bay. soon you will be sunny. it's 55 in san jose. look at the picture where you see the delta in the clear. just in the next hour or two
the east bay will clear. then we will look for the slow clearing across the bay. with that it will be a cool afternoon. by 10:00, we're sunny in most east bay neighborhoods. 3:00 in the afternoon, we have the clouds up along the coast. it will be in the 50s there. 60 in the city. the rest of the numbers and a look at mother's day in a few minutes. 8:01 is our time. one person is in custody after being involved in a hit and run crash in san francisco. it happened just after 11:30 last night at brotherhood way. police say two cars collided head on. one person was taken into custody for a possible dui. no word yet on any injuries. happening now the san mateo bridge is closed for the weekend. a live look from our camera. you can see this is not the normal sight that we see on a weekend. the traffic issue not the only thing that we're dealing with across the bay area.
katie has details. >> i asked my daughter come to visit me at our house? she said, mom, you know the bridge is closed. maybe next time. >> reporter: this woman lives in hayward. she has to get to work this weekend. >> i'm going to take another bridge and go around. it's extra miles, but it's okay. >> reporter: they are resurfacing the san mateo bridge. they are adding a coating which will protect it from moisture. >> it's a lot quieter. people will notice a smoother ride. >> reporter: good news for drivers in the long run. but time is money. >> customers from oakland and it's taking me three times the time. >> reporter: this weekend, trains will not be running between the coliseum oakland airport and fruitdale stations.
delays could be an hour. >> everybody should get a two-hour head start to go to work. it's going to get real nasty. >> reporter: the bridge will re-open monday 5:00 a.m. one more closer over memorial day weekend. for help navigating around traffic problems get ways on the app phone. a south bay camp counselor is under arrest accused of possessing child pornography images. we spoke with parents who want to know how much contact their kids had contact with him. >> it makes you physically ill to know that we sent them somewhere that was supposed to be a fun, safe once in a lifetime memory. >> reporter: amanda's fifth grade daughter attended the camp and the kids all knew
27-year-old edgar. he was arrested for possessing more than 300 child important imageim porn images and video. >> their first time sleeping away from him. >> reporter: he was the night host nicknamed papa bear. >> he was supposed to be awake all night. he would address any concerns of the campers if they were uncomfortable with anything. they were supposed to go to papa bear. >> >> reporter: now parents want to know if he took pictures of their children. they want officials to hold a meeting to answer their questions. >> how do we know he did not place cameras in the showers, in the toilets things like that. >> he may have taken pictures of our kids. he was going in the cabin to wake up our kids in the morning. >> reporter: the office of education says he passed a eded a criminal background check when they hired him two years ago.
san francisco attorney and political consultant enrique pierce has been arrested on child pornography charges. this is video from 2003 when he worked on the mayor campaign of matt gonzalez. in 2011, he led the effort to get ed lee to seek a full term in office. san jose police are thanking residents for helping them arrest a violent sexual predator. the man is accused of trying to rape a 13-year-old girl. janet has more on the arrest. >> in my opinion, he is a monster. >> reporter: police say the 31-year-old man was on the run. >> all the credit belongs to the citizens who called in with those tips. >> reporter: tips that led authorities to a home where they arrested a clean shaven kaliki. police say he tried to change
his looks from the images captured on video. the first attack happened at a market a month ago when he followed a 28-year-old woman to the bathroom. on tuesday police say he followed a 13-year-old girl as she was walking home from school. her family's video showed an assault that has been plastered all over social media. >> i seen a guy kind of looked like him walking in our neighborhood. >> i recognized him from with the beard. and then when he didn't have the beard, i didn't recognize him as much. >> reporter: jennifer only knee him as a man who lived above her. >> he would complain about our laundry. >> reporter: he lived in this corner apartment. his roommate who didn't want to be shown tells us police took a pair of his shoes and a jacket as evidence. the roommate says he moved out. he had no idea why until now. in san jose janet oh abc 7 news. dozens of people living at
an oakland residential hotel are wondering whether they can return home after bacteria in the drinking water forced them out. officials confirm the water is contaminated and unsafe to drink. the owner says the pipes are being flushed with chlorine and should be retested for bacteria later this morning. excitement is building for warriors fans ahead of tonight's playoff game. abc 7 was at oakland international airport yesterday as they boarded their flight to tennessee. they will play games three and four. the series is tied at one a piece. game five is in oakland wednesday. game three tips off today at 5:00 p.m. right here on abc 7 followed by abc 7's after the game. join abc 7 live in memphis along with nate thurmond. we want to see your warriors pride. we will feature fan photos on
air and online. don't forget abc 7 is your home for the nba finals. catchall the exciting action starting june 4th. more to come this morning, including the forecast. >> gray out there. feels mild. low to mid 50s. 52 in san francisco. 55 in san jose. numbers today still in a narrow range. breezy winds but sunshine is on the way. we will talk about that, mother's day and a cool week ahead. also ahead, more heartache from the scene of a suspected dui crash. why the family can't return home. colin kaepernick jumps to defend tom brady as a new signal -- as a new report signals how the nfl will respond on the
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a little breezy outside. how high will the temperatures climb? new this more than, crew members aboard a military transport plane are dead after the jet crashed. you are looking at video from n from spain where you can see the smoke rising up from the crash site. spain's prime minister says up to ten crew members were aboard the brand new air bus a-400m aircraft under going flight trials at the airport when it went down. the airport is closed and all flights are being diverted to other airports. still no word yet on what caused the crash. a court has sentenced egypt's mow baric. the court issued its verdict this morning in the retrial for the former egyptian president. the corruption case concerns charges that he and his two sons embezzled millions of dollars of state funds over the course of a
decade. the funds were meant to pay for renovating and maintaining presidential palaces. mothers across the bay area are coming together this weekend in an effort to crack down on drunk driving. the madd organization will hold a day of remembrance. the event comes in response to a spring of dui-related crashes across the bay area last weekend. one killed a mother and her baby last saturday. today's event gets under way at 1:00. that event will offer support to the family involved in last saturday's suspected dui crash. after first dealing with the death of their two loved ones after the car crashed into their apartment last week the family may not be able to return home for up to two months. >> reporter: still in mourning juan finds his ford expedition
the only place to call home. his wife and three children are homeless after an alleged drunk driver smashed into their apartment. it will be two months before work will be completed. >> a couple days in hotel. they pay me one more night. >> reporter: it's day by day? >> yeah. >> reporter: it means he haents been back to work as a cook. they have provided enough support for a hotel room for two weeks. after that, it could be back living in the truck. last saturday, he was hosting a family gathering when a corvette suddenly jumped the curb and mowed down a 49-year-old woman and her daughter julie. the accident is under investigation as a possible dui. the family isn't sure whether they can live here with tragic memories. >> i don't know. i need to see. i talk to my wife. so if she want to go come or
want to look another place. >> reporter: flowers, candles and donations have been pouring in. >> it's encourageing to see people who we have no idea who we are and they no idea who we are and they are showing support. we have people donating money from all over the state. >> reporter: a neighbor has a shattered window from last saturday's crash. >> the piece of the brake rotor exploded in four pieces. the impact was unbelievable how fast that guy was going. >> reporter: the community is having a picnic for the family to boost their moral. san francisco 49's quarterback colin kaepernick has come to the defense of tom brady as he faced possible suspension in the deflategate scandal. a report says the commissioner will announce next week how long the suspension will last. an nfl report issued this week indicates the new england patriot's quarterback likely knew his team was using under inflated footballs during the championship game.
they are easier to catch and throw. the pats won the game 45-7. kaepernick tweeted no football in the world will help you win by 38. let it go and let tom be great. an east bay family is together after a two-day search ended with a happy reunion. nick and his two young children were found safe after being lost for two days. on friday the 3-year-old and the 5-year-old arrived at their grandparents' home. family flew in to help with the search. the kids' grandmother says it has been a blessing in disguise. >> my son did it this way so that my daughter from new york, my son from hawaii could celebrate mother's day. >> abc 7, the only reporter there for the reunion. rescuers tell her if the father hadn't been so levelheaded this
could have been different. >> we are so grateful to everyone who looked for us. >> professional rescuers told us once he found himself stuck in the wilderness, he did all the right things. >> i left an led light. i left that on the hood of my car. i had a flashing strobing light that i should have started with. i think that's what helped. >> reporter: this photo shows his toyota tundra after the dirt gave way and it slid sideways into a tree. through it all he had to maintain the physical and emotional well-being of 5-year-old nick and 3-year-old mila shown here at their camp before the rescue helicopter arrived and hoisted them to safety. after spending days here camping, he was able to convince the children their time together in the truck was part of the adventure. >> they didn't know they were in jeopardy or in danger, because he played it cool with them.
had them make a game out of everything. >> i was in a helicopter. >> reporter: it seems to have worked. >> is that the poison oak? >> yep. >> did you get poison oak, too? >> reporter: even the dog ee mermed in good spirits. >> i saw you go for help. >> reporter: the children left for their home in oakland it was clear their health well-being was intact. it seemed their sense offed ed a adventure also. it's 8:18. lisa our own cheryl jennings mc mcing the walk for healing event. >> it's cloudy and later on mid to upper 60s. it will be breezy towards the mid to late afternoon. and that will be the rule for
much of the cityies around the day. looking at the low clouds and fog right banked along the coast. they are not going anywhere. they will be slow to clear. a cloudy day at the shoreline with 50s. here is a look. temperatures have been in a narrow range from low to mid 50s. a little drizzle on the coast. it's pretty dense fog right there, right at the immediate coast. elsewhere, not looking at any problems. 54 in san carlos. san francisco at 52 degrees. san jose it's cloudy for you. temperatures around three to four degrees cooler than you should be for this time of year in the south bay. really, that's going to run true for much of the bay. we had breezy winds. the sunshine will work through our east bay valleys within the
next hour or so. we will see more of it throughout the mid morning hours and then a sunny afternoon on the way. the marine layer below. it was at 2,000 feet deep. with that in place, and a healthy onshore push, it will be clear, mild around the bay today. we're not going to change much for tomorrow. mother's day there's a weak weather system that will reinforce this cool marine air allowing for temperatures to stay in the 60s and 70s. then a stronger area of low pressure visits us again. looks like thursday and friday just like last week could bring showers, maybe activity into this sierra nevada. the low pressure that brought the snow to the norther and souther sierra, will bring snow to the rock i cans s rockies and severe weather to the midsection. a steady sea breeze and the clouds will clear to the coast. if you are headed to the coast,
it will be cool. if you are in san jose for the week ahead, look at the temperatures. today, 71 degrees. tomorrow, maybe a bump up by a few degrees. look what happens monday, tuesday, we're not moving too much. in fact numbers will be averaging out to be a bit below average for the week ahead. that's good news, relative humidity will be up. air quality is pretty good. those of you suffering allergies, not too, too bad out there. 71 in san jose today. average high is 75. shy of that. 73 in gilroy. san francisco, just 60 for you today with partial clearing. north bay from the mid 70s and upper 70s out towards brentwood. looking at temperatures fairly similar tomorrow for mother's day. cooler monday and tuesday. wednesday, we're quiet.
developing news. oklahoma and other states in the great plains are bracing for more severe weather. the national weather service is warning there's a moderate risk of severe thunderstorms today. the greatest risk is from western kansas into western oklahoma where tornadoes and large hail are likely. the storms come days after the previous round produced more than 50 tornadoes across the plains. severe weather is blowing through parts of texas. forecasters say a few tornadoes have been spotted but no damage has been reported. survey monkey has a temporary ceo in place. the company is searching for a permanent leader. goldbe goldberg was married to cheryl
sandberg. a free plane ticket to anywhere in the world, a golden ticket, is awarded affidavit people work there for a year. the ceo and co-founder of the company believes travel helps employees see the big picture. in spain a startling image on an x-ray machine led to a disturbing discovery. a father tried to smuggle his 8-year-old son from africa to europe inside a suitcase. the father is from the ivory coast and gave the luggage to his wife before going through a border crossing. authorities are now caring for the boy. he is said to be in a terrible state. the father is now in jail. things got wild for tourists this week in yellow stone national park. they were taking pictures of the wild life when the bears got a little unpredictable. take a look. they started running after the tourists. you can see the people running back toward their car. no one was injured. rangers say it's important to remember they are wild animals after all.
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forecast. lisa, cool start to the weekend and some fog too. >> look how gray it is. can we get any color at all? temperatures are rather mild in it the low to mid 50s. but it's kind of dreary out there. we will look for the sun to reveal itself in the next couple of hours in our east bay. 53 in oakland. 50 with the fog over a mile along the coast. another shot where you see gray on gray. we're looking at temperatures in the 50s with more clouds at the coast. that's your cool spot. san francisco, partial clearing at 60. look for some low 70s in the south bay. 60s across the bay. we will pinpoint your neighborhood and talk about where you will see the sunshine and when and mother's day. that's coming up. the first major prosecution under california's ban on shark fins ends in a conviction. the case the abc 7 news eye team has been covering from the
start. dan was the only journalist in court for the story. >> reporter: the prosecution agreed to drop three counts. but he entered a plea to one count, a violation of code 2021, the shark fin ban. >> no contest plea is the same as a guilty plea in a criminal proceeding and this being a criminal proceeding, i'm going to make a fact finding that you are guilty. >> reporter: the defense tried to argue the january 2014 search of his warehouse in san francisco was improper. game wardens found more than 2,000 pounds of shark fin in forms, whole fins some ground into powder. >> we're disappointed. we thought we had a good motion run today. it was a search and seizure. we think there were problems with the validity of the administrative inspection conducted on the property back in january. >> reporter: the judge sided with the prosecution and urged the two sides to strike a deal.
as a result of his conviction, he was sentenced to 30 days in county jail. can he serve that in the sheriff's work program. three years probation. but most important of all he forfeits the ton of shark fin with a black market value of a million dollars or more. some activists were upset he was getting off with misdemeanor charges. what do you say to the activists who are upset about the thousands of sharks that those fins represent? >> well, i mean, we're following the law. the activist they have the law enacted. now somebody has been convicted. >> reporter: this is an important victory for the actist, since he was one of the most vocal opponents. >> i'm the fourth generation in my family to be involved in shark fin business. >> reporter: did he not want to comment, nor did the prosecution. the judge ordered the fins to be preserved in case they are needed for evidence. the d.a.'s office tells me they want some to be used in research into the dangers that the shark population faces.
dan noise abc 7 news. more than 30 people are recovering from injuries this morning following a fiery chain reaction crash in iowa. check out this video. authorities say two semi trucks, several cars and a bus were involved in the crash. it started when the driver of a semi slammed on the brakes to avoid a backup from an earlier accident. a shuttle bus slammed into the truck with both bursting into flames. fortunately, everyone was able to escape. in the sacramento delta, state officials have begun a construction project to retain fresh water. some call it a drought barrier. >> reporter: in a state where people keep asking what government is doing about the drought, here is a drastic mesh. construction of a temporary drought barrier in the sacramento delta. still not everyone is happy. >> this is a sad day. this is very, very sad.
the last few days to see this going on. >> reporter: when finished the rock barrier will close off 750 feet of channel and block tidal saltwater from flowing into the delta from which counties serve customers. karen cunningham has a ranch and draw was ter from the salty side of the barrier. >> are my cows going to be watered with saltwater? is my sub-irrigation going to turn salty? >> reporter: it will have spent $40 million. the construction part will be a six-week 24/7 job. is it easier to drop or pull out? >> drop in. you walk in and dump the rock in. you have to grab every bucket and pull the rock out. >> reporter: the easier and more difficult out part is one reason
why they worry. >> i don't feel confident. because of the funds and the cost. >> reporter: this man owns and runs bethel harbor marine na. their business relies on customers coming in off the water. this barrier they say threatens both their economics and their ecosystem. >> if we're shut off boaters can't get to us. >> reporter: this is what happens when the state does something. some win, some lose, all for the sake of a greater good. up next, a tax refund for a couple that never arrived. how their money went to a complete stranger. first a live look outside from our camera. no major traffic incidents in the bay area. weather-wise, lisa will have your complete forecast in a few minutes.
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construction. so does her husband. for a long time, jobs were scarce. >> we have been hard hit. >> reporter: they were glad to know they he would get a big tax refund this year. $5,200 to help pay the bills. >> pay for things for our kids and make mortgage payments. >> reporter: except they never got the refund. instead, their $5,200 went to a complete stranger. they couldn't get it back. >> somebody got a lottery on the day they got the money. it really hurt our family. >> reporter: it wasn't a scam. it was a mistake. it happens when susan and richard went to their tax preparer. they wanted their refund deposited to their bank account as usual. when it didn't show up susan called. >> we started talking about the account number. i said, wait a minute. >> reporter: the tax preparer put the wrong bank account and routing number on the returns.
all their money went into someone else's account at chase bank. the accountant insisted susan told him to deposit the money at chase. however, the couple doesn't even have an account there. >> why would i give him an account number that didn't belong to us? that's crazy. >> reporter: they signed the tax return electronically without looking at the full returns and account numbers before. so taxpayers are responsible for the accuracy of their returns. >> frankly, i broke down. i was sobbing. i was so upset. >> reporter: the couple contacted 7 on your side. we contacted h&r block. the company decided to reimburse the $5,200 after all, saying we take any client service issues seriously. it appears our policies and procedures were not followed in this one instance. we worked directly with the client to resolve the issue and deposit the refund in their account. now susan wants to warn you.
check your returns before you sign. >> one little error that you don't catch and then you may very well be out your money. you may not be able to get it back. >> reporter: putting the wrong account number on a tax return happens more often than you might think. especially with electronic filing. if that happens, you can petition the irs to try to get the bank to return your funds. even the feds cannot force the bank to cough up the money. i posted more information about the rules. look under the section tab. this afternoon might be a good one to stay inside and catch the warriors game. >> you won't miss too much. tomorrow will be more like a carbon copy of today. the weekend should be pleasant. this is the airport, 54 degrees. a high of 64 about average here with afternoon sun. a cool, quiet weekend on the way. all the details and a look ahead at the next seven days coming
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president said today is the day to pay tribute to the men and women who served. the president says that by ending the war that generation literally saved the world laying a foundation for peace. >> this was the generation that includes heros like the tuskegee airmen, the navajo and the japanese-americans of the 142nd regimen and who continued the fight for freedom here at home expanding equality and opportunity and justice for minorities and women. >> the president also asked that in addition to commemorating this anniversary americans honor the men and women in uniform who currently serve our country and recommit to the values the u.s. shares with its allies in europe and beyond. we know about the skyrocketing rents in san francisco. much of it caused by the tech explosion. it's the same on the peninsula where tenants are being told to leave and facing higher rent. here is vick lee with the details.
>> reporter: this family has lived in the park royal apartment six years. 73 units in this huge complex of six buildings are being renovated. tenants have been given two months to leave. rents here are going up about $1,000. >> we can't afford to go another place. this is getting too expensive for us. it's over 70 families getting evicted here. >> reporter: this is our home, we want to stay. this poster will hang on balance balcony. the owner is renovating and jacking up the rent. they have been given 60 days notice to leave their $1,750 two bedroom apartment. they haven't found another one they can afford. >> we have gone to one place and it's $5,000. for first month rent and deposit.
>> reporter: can you afford that? >> we cannot. >> reporter: the average rents according to a recent survey, is about $2,700 a month and growing. housing activists say the skyrocketing rents are forcing people to move out of county. >> it doesn't just affect individual families but destabilizing the community. when you think of an entire work force going through this, what does that do to a community? >> reporter: a spokesman for the landlord of park royal apartments told us they are helping tenants with the move and that all have left on their own without any evictions. they say it's unfortunate but not unfair. vick lee, abc 7 news. time is 8:47. good news for travellers who are heading out of sfo, heading to mother's day weekend plans, no delays. >> no delays. gray sky. a little fog from the coast. two mile visibility in half moon bay. six miles in santa rosa. temperatures continue to see
very little change. in fact we're still below average. yesterday it was 61 in san francisco. that's the forecasted high today just about, or 60. it was 61 in half moon bay and cloudy skies. here are the clouds all way up and down the coast. it will stay gray at the shoreline. from the golden gate bridge where the visibility is not a problem, but the temperatures -- it has been cool. the fog just clears to the coast keeping it breezy. 54 in san carlos. the peninsula, you too with the great sky. in the south bay, 55 in san jose. it has been mild. low to mid 50s all across the bay. it feels good heading out. but the afternoon breezy temperatures in the 60s and 70s. once again, a cool finish on the way. trying to get sunshine. it has been a cloudy start. we're still looking at the gray sky. the marine layer is at 2,000 feet deep. with winds up to about 20 miles
an hour this afternoon. we will have the sea breeze keeping it cool today, tomorrow mother's day maybe a degree or two different. we're looking at a chance of showers once again thursday and friday. just like we had a couple days ago, due to an area of low pressure. let's look at that. we're looking at the showers in las vegas. otherwise, this is heading out of town bringing lots of snow to it the rockies and severe storms to the southern plains. high pressure in its wake is well offshore. that will allow for the sea breeze. the typical low clouds and fog, each and every day. very little temperature change. here is the fog footprint. the delta is sunny. along the east bay right now we're working on the sunshine. it's going to take a couple more hours. as it pulls back across the bay, still plenty of 60s for our bay shore, oakland in the 60s. 50s again at the coast. 59 today in monterey. a few popup showers in the
southern sierra. sunshine and foggy in the mountains. 64 in tahoe. it's drying out in southern california. they got a lot of snow around big bear. it was a pretty good little storm maker for a late season one for may. we're looking at quiet weather all across the bay. 65 in oakland. 60 in the city. breezy. partial clearing there. 71 in napa. if you are heading into at&t park later today, it's going to be cool, upper 50s 6:00. 6:05 is the game time. sun temperatures in the 50s. tomorrow is mother's day. 60s around the bay. mid 70s inland. any plans you have, bring the jacket. it will be sunny midday but nothing hot. no extremes here. we're not talking fire danger. we're talking dry though and cool monday, tuesday and maybe a shower thursday and friday.
we're just kind of playing groundhog day i guess. >> another -- much more of the same. good information. in sports plenty of run support. can the warriors find their focus in memphis tonight? those stories and more in our saturday morning sports report. good morning. the first month of casey ma gee's can a ree,reer, not going that well. a sign of hope with him facing his old team. orange friday, i can't wait to pick up a suit like that. bottom of the second mcgee, we told you about the .178 average. that's his third career grand slam. 4-0 and run support for tim who was dealing. swing and a miss by mike morris.
six shutout innings. the big boy dancing. fans with the faces loaded to end the fifth. the giants win it 6-0. get your hot dogs here. gray came in 4-0, struck out nine in six innings on target to go 5-0. the guy with 32 homers in 2012 and in the fifth, a two-run blast. what could go wrong? how about the bullpen? in the seventh, a double. tied at three. they go to the 11th. this is material. logan morrisson good night. drive home safely. the buzz word for the warriors heading into game three in memphis is focus. it's all about focus. there's nothing like a sound beating on your home court to get your focus right.
they need thompson to find his stroke. calm down and play the way they did to get to 67. >> you don't change who you are overnight. you just -- you have to do better at what you already do. that's the focus. there's always a few things, maybe a play you add or maybe you change a defensive matchup or something. but it's -- that is relatively minor. >> clippers and rockets. floyd mayweather, the $180 million man. i want my 100 back. cp 3 came back to play. clips use a 23-0 run to win 124-99 and take a 2-1 series lead. crazy finish, bulls and cavs. derek rose and the bank is open. rose goes for 30. he didn't call bank. he lucked out.
chicago, 99-96 to take a 2-1 series lead. we have warriors and grizzlies 5:00 p.m. right here on abc 7. home to see you then. have a great weekend. happy mother's day out there. 8:54 is our time. with so many sports franchises looking to move one team says they are staying put. coming up, great news for local hockey fans. [ jennifer garner ] why can't powerful sunscreen feel great? actually it can. neutrogena® ultra sheer®. its superior uva uvb protection helps prevent early skin aging and skin cancer, all with the cleanest feel.
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mega millions draw. nobody picked all six. tuesday's jackpot jumps to $140 million. good news for shark fans. the team will remain at the shark tank for the next decade and possibly through 2040. they signed a lease extension that will keep them playing home games there through the year 2025 and then will renew annually for 15 years beyond that. the nhl commissioner praised them. looking ahead to the giants playing today. home field around 5:00. >> it will be cool. gray skies and the sun sets after 8:00. temperatures only a high of 60 today in the city. we will have breezy winds. 65 in oakland. 71 in san jose. from two to four degrees below average. we will keep it about there tomorrow for mother's day.
even cooler monday and tuesday. we are partly cloudy wednesday. chance of showers returns for next thursday and friday. >> the game starts around 6:00. people head out an hour before. thanks for joining us on the abc 7 saturday morning news. the news continues now online on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc 7 news app. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. make it a great day, everybody.
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