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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. >> now at 11:00, the bay area is bracing for a warm up. this is our live picture from the abc7 news roof camera. we are hours away from record temperatures in what is shaping up to be the hottest day we have had in months. good evening. i'm dan ashley. ama daetz is off. let's get to meteorologist sandhya patel and live doppler 7hd. sandhya, you are warming up dramatically. >> so much so it will feel like summer in parts of the bay area. let's show you a live picture. it is stunning tonight and under clear skies. here are the records for wednesday. san francisco is not expected to be a record. 83 degrees and you notice the record is high. a tie is expected at oakland. san rafael is expected to break a record at 89 and livermore and gilroy is expected to be new records for the day and coming in the low
90s. you will notice the previous records set in 1989. i hope you don't get too used to the hot weather because our radar will be tracking some showers. i'll let you know when. details on the highs and the rainfall coming up. >> like to hear about the rainfall. keep track of the weather where you live with the abc7 news app. the app is free to download. just enable push alerts right there on your phone and we will keep you up-to-date. let's turn to the race for the white house and setbacks for the gop and the democratic front runners. ted cruz scored a huge victory with 48% of the vote. donald donald trump was second and kasich came in third. on the democratic side another victory for bernie sanders. the vermont senator has 56% of the vote and hillary clinton is behind with 43%. stephanie ramos has that story.
>> they lined up for hours. the front runners in both parties are fighting an uphill battle. >> donald trump in a last-ditch effort to catch ted cruz pulling out all of the stops. it wasn't enough. >> breaking news for the white house. >> and ted cruz has defeated donald trump in the gop primary. >> cruz claiming the win and making it much more difficult for trump to get enough delegates to avoid a contested convention. >> either before cleveland or at the convention in cleveland together we will win a majority of the delegates. >> the third man in the gop race, john kasich trailing behind them. >> we won in wisconsin. >> bernie sanders is claiming victory. he projects he will beat hillary clinton in the badger state. >> we have now won seven out of eight of the last caucuses.
>> now all eyes are turning to new york. clinton is already there appearing on "the view" and then heading to brookline where she focused her attention on donald trump. >> battling prejudice and paraknow yaw is not the way. >> sanders and clinton campaigned in pennsylvania. on the gop side, they caught voters in new york while kasich heads to ohio. reporting from madison, wisconsin, stephanie ramos for abc7 news. >> new at 11:00, with the playoffs around the corner and an nba record in sight, a tough loss for the warriors. sports director larry beil is here. i hate to see this again. >> the road to history is paved with land mines. only one team has won 70 games. the chicago bull. the warriors denied number 70 by minnesota. a rare off night for steph
curry and hit four of 14 three's and finished seven of 25 shooting. even with the mvp struggling and frustrated golden state built a 17-point lead to see them fight back. wiggins went for 32. they win it 124-117. it is their second home loss. he said his team played six terrific minutes and then spent the rest of the night trying to put on a show which backfired. it is a lot more interesting with the spurs coming to town on thursday and four games left in the regular season. they can still get the regular if they -- get the record if they win out. >> and seven out of 25 for steph curry. >> it happens. >> thanks very much. san francisco is making national headlines tonight. the first place in the country is requiring businesses to provide fully paid leave to new parents. not everyone is celebrating. cornell bernard is in the newsroom with the story. hi, cornell. >> new parents are rejoicing.
but some business owners say it is a perk they cannot afford. >> they are out for a walk with their four month old son oliver. >> i can't even say what being a parent is like. >> they are the first city in the country to require businesses to provide paternity leave. >> he had transition issues even with my mother raising him in the day. having things like that allows the adjustment period to steer us in the right direction. >> it pays moms and dads 55% of wages. but san francisco supervisors say it wasn't enough. businesses with 20 or more employees must now pay the rest. the bay area council endorsed the move. >> this provides some relief and some staw billeted that is -- stability that is badly needed. >> and everybody wants to take care of the workers, but they
are killing us. >> they say running his fillmore street eat rehas not been easy. mandates from the city are increasing the price of doing business. >> food costs are up. i am lucky i have a fair landlord, but it is hard for people. >> meantime these parents like the new rules. >> hopefully it will be up and running for number two. >> the law takes affect next year. cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> a mother in danville is accused of pushing her son around in a stroller while drunk. police arrested her last night. a witness reported seeing her pushing a child down steps and bumping the stroller into buildings and bushes. officers say she was too intoxicated herself. >> the exact location of a high risk sex offender out on parole is a secret tonight. he is living in an undisclosed
rural area in sonoma county. that's after a petaluma hotel canceled his room last week and then a motel in row -- roanoke park refused to rent to him. >> new at 11:00, as uc berkeley deals with a imroaing number of sexual harassment cases it has been revealed that seven employees were preif -- previously fired for sexual harassment. records obtained show seven staff members lost their jobs and four others were disciplined for sexual harassment. incidents dating back to 2011 include comments about male and female body parts and sexual body parts. a high school coach was put on paid leave. administrators formed a committee to address this issue. new details on a story abc7 news first told you about on monday. there is now a decision on on whether a san francisco porn
company can turn their studio into a large scale concert venue. katie is live with the outcome. >> yes, the army got their permit. the entertainment commission cannot dictate what kind of concerts they hold there. but they can restrict the hours and that's also what they did. >> the motion passes. >> it took a few tries, but six commissioners agreed on the days and the hours the armory can operate concerts. sunday through wednesday until 11:00 p.m. and thursday until midnight and friday and saturday and holidays until 2:00 a.m. the armory ceo says it is workable. >> she worried there will be events every night. that's not the reality. there will be events happening more often than before. >> the armory's desire to move from pornography studio has been met with opposition by people who live nearby and
experienced concert night. >> our windows were rattling and we had to work the next day. >> we could not have a better neighbor than peter and the armory. >> he apologized for the past noise violations and say neighbors can trust him. >> it was a mess up. i am the first to admit that. our commitment is it won't happen again. >> he also says there will be no concerts until the armory is finished with soundproofing plans. the armory and the police department and the commission agreed on conditions involving security, traffic and even power washing the sidewalks. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> stay right here, abc7 news the a 11:00 continues. hospitals hacked. the just released warning going out to medical centers across the country. and the classroom battle and the proposal to take the country name india out of california textbooks. find out why.
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campaign launches tomorrow called don't erase india. it is an effort to preventy references -- prevent references from india and hinduism to be taken out of reference books. >> right here there is just a guy taking out his trash. >> these south bay teenagers don't like the way india and hindus are portrayed in junior high textbooks. they are worried that things could get worse. a group of south asian study scholars proposed 75 edits to the california public school history books for 6th and seventh graders. they are referring it to south asia and hinduism a religion of ancient india. >> there is an attempt to erase the contributions of indian history and civilization. >> i reached out to several callers and none of them were
returned. >> they got the state's board of education to throw out the proposed changes. right now 35 pages are dedicated to india and hinduism. if things change it will be replaced by southeast asia. >> i am honestly shocked as to why india and hinduism is being held to what i think is a double standard. we don't refer to the greeks as being part of southeastern europe. >> they will decide whether to adopt the changes in may abc7 news. >> cal trans is now turning to the federal government for help to find weak spots in the tunnel. there is a photo from cal trans showing engineers from the federal highway administration using ground penetrating radar to penetrate the walls in the tunnel. in february a chunk of concrete fell damaging a
passing car and narrowly missing the driver. we reported on that at the time. cal trans blamed the weak spots on corrosion by rainwater, but they say there is no immediate danger to drivers. it could cost you more to ride muni. they would charge cash customers 25 cents more per ride and it would raise fares to $2.50 unless you use a clipper card. it is not a done deal yet and they still have to approve the budget. we'll let you know. >> back now and talking about some heat coming. sandhya patel is tracking that and we hope some rain. >> yeah, dan. it looks like we will get a little bit of everything this week as we look at the accu-weather seven-day forecast. right now it is clear and take a look at those temperatures. it is still real mild. many areas in the 50s and the 60s are remaining some of the heat from earlier today. the oakland airport was a record at 79 degrees.
it is just about everyone in the 70s and the 80s today that's not warm enough for you, don't worry. we will crank up the heat tomorrow. from our exploratorium camera at pier15, we are looking back toward the trans america pyramid and a beautiful view of the san francisco skyline. record highs are likely tomorrow. the temperatures will tumble and there is a chance of showers on friday and saturday. tomorrow morning we will start out with mild conditions in the inland east bay. the coolest spots will be in the north bay valleys and we are expecting the temperatures to drop to the 34eud -- midand upper 40s and around morgan hill. we are expecting the clear skies to start off and the temperatures are going to rise rapidly. it is going to be a hot day. the asterisk is indicating where we expect records. 93 in the south bay and 91 morgan hill and san jose and cupertino. 84 in santa cruz and 89 in sunnyvale. are you looking at 91 in redwood city. 88 in san mateo. 80 degrees in half moon bay. a pretty warm day and you will need to stay hydrated and stay
cool. daly city, 78 degrees. 83 in downtown san francisco. look at these temperatures. low 90s for napa and novato and santa rosa. it is hard to believe. expected to be a record. oakland, richmond, mid80s. 90 in fremont. head inland and you will be in the low to mid-nineties in many areas. 92 livermore and 94 antioch and 90 in concord and san ramon. as we mentioned, don't get too used to it. much cooler weather will arrive on thursday. the temperatures will drop a good 15 to 20 degrees. the warmest spots will be in the mid70s. much cooler and the cooling continues on friday. temperatures in the 60s primarily and even the possibility of some showers. the storm impact scale comes in and we rate the systems from one to five. five is light. this saturday is a one and it will bring scattered light showers and less than a quarter of an inch expected. here is a time line. on friday morning we will see the possibility of a few scattered showers into
saturday morning. and then around 10:00 a.m. we are still looking at green on the screen here. by saturday evening it winds down, but there is a lingering chance of a few showers on sunday. here are the rainfall totals, but it isen urge couraging to see april showers. a quarter of an inch is expected in the wettest locations. we will feature the hot weather and potential for records tomorrow. mid-nineties for the hottest spots. much cooler on thursday and we bring in the fog and then we bring in the potential for showers. friday and saturday both one on the storm impact scale a slight possibility of showers on sunday and still no model agreement on tuesday and we will put in a chance of
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you by riverwalk casino. >> never mind chasing history, the warriors have lost two of their last three home games. denied win number seven-day forecast by the scrape t-wolves. they are both back in action and warriors are fully healthy. they look great early on. he will miss it, but he built a 17-point lead and he could maintain intensity. curry off target most of the night. he knocks it down and finishes it with 21 points. he has the night of his life. he went for 35 and ties it up at 94.
102-98 here and steph is taking it to the rack. a nice finger roll. 104-98. andrew wiggins would answer with a driving bucket of his own. the spin move is tied. they go to over time and curry has to lead a come back with the left hand finish. he made it a two-point game. he was a monster. the warriors had no answer. beaten at the free throw line as well. t-wolves win it and 69-8 with four games left can get the record if they win out. the spurs are visiting on thursday. wake up call is coming up. giants in milwaukee and sausage races. hot dog must go down and go down hard. the top three and brandon crawford is leading off the inning with this homerun here and ties it at one apiece. his wife tweeted love my stud muffin. your stud muffin, the first time ever used that in a high light.
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