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the work started yesterday morning. caltran said this is the first time engineers are using radar penetration to examine the tunnel since 1936. in february concrete fell damaging: -- damaging a driver. it is blamed open rain water but the agency said there is in danger to drivers would go through the tunnel each day. >> thank you. donald trump and hillary clinton are focused on the new york primary that happens in two weeks. they both dropped the wisconsin provide marry. senator ted cruz bet trump 48% to 35%. ted cruz calls the win a turning point for the victory making it more difficult for trump to get enough delegates to avoid a contested convention in july. on the democratic side, bernie
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sanders received 57% of the vote and hillary clinton received 43%. bernie sanders is lying a way of momentum beating hillary clinton in six of the last seven contests. in the end it is not momentum, though are it is mass. bernie sanders trails hillary clinton in the did the delegate count you need 2,387 to win the republican nominate on on the g.o.p. side donald trump has 740 and ted cruz has 514 and john kasich and wahine at 143 and stealing delegates from marco rubio who no longer is in the race with 1,237 needed to win on the g.o.p. side. if i vote in the june primary in california you have a lot of company, a surge in voter town out with more than 600,000 in california have registered online in three months. secretary of state wants that
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counties need to be ready to print out center ballots and voter information guides. the last day to register is my 31. a big win if you rent in deck. after midnight the city council voted to impose a 90-day more term on rent increases. that is according to the city council that does not apply to homes. after 1938 or include increases based on market price. it only targets illegal rent increases. there will be a long-term plan to curb evictions. to curb evictions. aleader -- leaders in snow have moved a high-risk sex offender after a petaluma hotel refused to take him. then a motel in rohnert park refused to rent, as well. hoppner has seven convictions for sexual battery over three years. asan ramon mother was so drunk
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she could not steer the soldier. police arrested the mother on monday in danville. she was pushing the baby boy down the steps. the officers say she was is drunk she could not care for herself. police culled relatives to take the baby. >> new details if a step we told you about on monday, despite push back from neighbors, san francisco will allow a porn company in the mission to use the space for concert certain uses. katie marzullo shows the promises made to people worried about noise. >> it took a few tries but six commissioners agreed on the days and hours the companies operate the concerts. the c.e.o. said it is workable. >> it will not be every night, that is not the reality.
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there will be evens hopefully more often than before but not every night. the zaire to move from porn to music is met opposition by those who have experienced concert night. >> the windows are rattling, could not slow, had to work the next day. >> as many turned out to support the venue. >> we could not is better neighbor. >> they apologied for past noise violations and said neighbors can trust him. >> it will not happen. it will not happen again. it will not. >> he said there will be no concerts until it is finished with the sound previousing plans the police department and the commission all agreed on conditions involving security, traffic, and washing the sidewalks. >> it could cost you more to ride muni in san francisco if you pay cash. the transit authority wants to
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charge cash customers 25 cents more a ride so they pay $2.50. the charge is aimed at getting people on the buses and subways faster. it is not a done deal. the supervisors still have to approve. because is bart doing, unveiling the first of 775 new threats of the future frein cars being held at the agency tesla facility in hayward and this is video from bart she the new car getting shipments. bart will put ten new cars in the service in the fall with rest of the flight arriving if a year and a half >> san francisco police are looking for another person suspected of stealing a scooter donated by hunt are pens from the make-a-wish foundation. 37-year-old and 26-year-old have been arrested. the video helped the not patrol officers recognize the suspects. the stolen scooter was found when they executed a search
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warrant. it was auctioned off for $40,000 signed by hunter pence. >> teachers saying coyotes are not friendly dogs after a coyote was seen wandering a school hey ground on monday morning. parents saw the animal at the elementary and kids are told if they see a coyote do not get near it but tell an adult. >> and now, are we facing records? >> in the low 90s this afternoon the hottest day of the year is far. take it easy. live doppler hd shows it is quiet. along the peninsula, foster city at 53 degrees. and pacifica is 67 and half moon bay is 66 and we do have a good launching pad to get us into the 80s and the 90s and oakland is 57, and 55 in san jose and napa at friend. -- at 47. if you have a star that is
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likely a new record, oakland is 86. 92 in livermore. 94 in antic. 91 in san jose. 85 in richmond the hottest day so far. you will seek out air conditioning in the afternoon. if you are outside for a long-term make sure you take breaks in the shade. drink plenty of water. stay hydrated. check on pets or kid. and elderly. we have rain in the forecast. we will talk about that but, first, traffic and sue. sue? >> good morning, everyone. green is good on the roads. everyone is at the limit. no delays. just minor hiccup out of the central valley. that is typical. eastbound bore one is closed tonight for cleaning and road work danny 10:00 p.m. tonight and 4:30 am tomorrow morning. heads up it just re-opened for the cleaning today. more road work, eastbound 24 ist
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down for another 20 minutes because of road work. quickly, in marin county north 101 north of marin in sonoma san antonio yes road, one hane is blocked for road work. we will look at the bei-bei commute in a few. >> controversial name change, a fight to take the name "india," out of the california text becomes. becomes. >> police pull over a
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>> walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> san francisco's mayor was pulled over by police while in a police vehicle. the "san francisco chronicle" reports that the mayor was on a ride along in an unmarked car on monday. a different officer pulled him over. the mayor's car was driving slow because they were looking for car burglars that looked suspicious to the other officer. this was handled quickly when the officer realized it was the mayor. and let him go. >> happening today a committee is trying to get answers from uc leaders why less qualified out-of-state students were admitted over qualified students from california. it was an audit that found admission standards were lowered for out-of-state students so the system could balance their
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budget. out-of-state students by more and over the last 10 years the enrollment has increased 432%. >> the fight against mississippi's brand new so-called religious freedom law is heating up. opponents are considering a legal challenge to the law. which essentially gives people the right to discriminate against the lgbt community. the governor disagrees saying the law enforces first amendment rights. the states attorney general will make a case-by-case decision on whether to defend any lawsuits. the new law is to take effect july 1. >> a major social media campaign launches and it is culled "don't erase india" an effort to prevent references to end good and hinduism to be taken from the california history books. what is going on elissa? >> this guy is taking out the trash. >> the south bay teens don't like the way india and hindus are portrayed in the textbooks and are worried it could be
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worse. a group of scholars proposed 75 edits to the california public school history books. for 6th and 7th graders. mostly for those of the hindu american foundation refer calling india southeast asia and hinduism as a religion of ancient india. >> this is an attempt to minimize the contributions of india history >> i reached out to several scholars but my calls were not returned. another professor started the petition to get the state's board of education to throw owe the proposed changes. >> this is the current history become used by 6th graders in campbell and 43 pages are dedicated to india and hinduism. if it changes the word "india," would be replaced by south asia. >> i am shocked why india
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hinduism is held to a double standards. we do not call greeks being part of southeast europe. all the board will decide whether to adopt the change in may. >> worse season ticket holders have first crack at buying playoff tickets for the first three home games. >> at 2:00 p.m., 25,000 people on the season ticket priority list have their turn at the exclusive resale. the rest us? the general public gets a chance on friday. the last time the warriors lost 124-117 to the timber wonderfuls at oracle arena and they have to win each of the final four games to reach an n.b.a. record and back in action tomorrow night at home against the spurs. >> we want to see your dogs, cute babies and warriors fan pictures using # dubson7. you can see it on air right
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here. >> today is the day that drew has been wanting us about. you can tell at 4:30 in the morning it is warmer than we are used to. >> 61 in the average high is 64. we are on the way to a warm day the hottest so far. live doppler hd is showing it is quiet. it is the numbers this morning. inland, blackhawk is 52. antioch at 60 of the 52 in livermore. martinez is 61 right now. cool spots are santa rosa and napa in the upper 40s. 54 in mountain view and san jose at 55. highs for wednesday, it will be hot, where you see a star it is likely a new report 93 degrees. 91 in san jose, 91 in cupertino and you will hear "hot," a lot, 90 in palo alto and 91 in redwood city and along the cost the upper 70s to lower 80s and to 83 at downtown san francisco, 78 in daly city and
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89 in sonoma and 86 if vallejo and the oakland record and inland it is warm in the low-to-mid 90s, 94 in antioch. 90 in san ramon. 90 is the high in livermore. the seven-day outlook shows hot today. sharply cooler tomorrow. that is ahead of a light storm moving through. it is a "1" on storm-impact scale friday and saturday and scattered light showers otherwise temperatures are dropping back to spring-like weather. sue? >> heading to the first look at the toll plaza at 4 easy blowing through the toll plaza and no meet -- metering lights at continue minutes. the golden gate bridge is beautiful, three lanes southbound direction and three lanes in the northbound direction aeighting the zipper tuck to see when they will make the commute. giving you four lanes in the southbound. green is good we are seeing a last it this morning.
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just road work. quickly, between san ramon and walnut creek northbound and southbound 680 down to a couple of lanes that will be picked up shortly. back in a few minutes. >> if you have ticketed for janet jackson of bay area concert you have to wait putting the brakes on the latest tour. >> the lineup is out for the outside lands festival and names will draw hugerbucks is openingw store in manhattan that will be the newest tourist attraction. but, first, america's money. >> good morning, topping america's money in tell for pfizer the giant multi-billion dollar merger is off after criticism from the president, republicans and democrats. >> this we would have avoided united states taxes by aquiring the maker of bow tax and adopting the headquarters in ireland. wal-mart is moving to offering only cage free eggs at all united states stores a huge win for supporters of animal rights and sustainability.
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>> city leaders want to boot the number of colors who are bone marrow polls, because blacks have a lower chance of finding a register than white patients and can you change that by registering to become a bone marrow donor on friday from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. >> high school will stick with the new nickname despite accusations that native american are still offended. crocketts high school dropped the indian mascot and replaced the indians with the warriors. a native american group said that doesn't fix the problem. >> the way that warriors are used in sports and mascots is to deexpect indigenous resistance to colonialism. >> some of our board members do not see it that way. they site as an opportunity to represent the spirit of of the
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warriors. all the district passed a resolution against violent imagery so a warriors logo would not deexpect any weapon or sensitive characters. the former mascot maim and image of arrow still covers the gym floor. >> bay area fans, we have sad news. >> since this was posted, announceing janet jack on is postponing thed is leg of her tour and will not perform here may 19 because she is planning for a family with her billionaire husband and has to rest up, doctors orders. she plans to resume the tour as soon as she can. >> that is not her. >> i thought that. >> that is not her. >> tickets for the outside lands concert are on sale tomorrow woman is playing? glad you asked the not janet jackson. radio head, lana, and
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duran are note note -- notable acts. 50 bans will perform august 5 through august 7 starting at $355 on sale tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. tickets have sold out if in time the last few years so get open it. >> this does not lack real. look at the photos on facebook feed, this is a 780-pound alligator caught and had to be killed over the weekend in southern florida. this is reportedly under 15' long breaking the state record. the giant gator was live on a farm and feeding and picking off the cattle that came to drink there and official measurements are expected to be released later today. >> this is a big section of our newscast,
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newscast, store 20,000 square the new massive store is expected to be "interactive and sensory disturbance." >> okay. it opens in 2018. >> now, drew? >> sensational. rod -- relating to sensation. >> from gators to host cop to big heat. live doppler hd shows we are rain free. oakland is 56. 61 in san francisco. in the low 60s this early, you know it will be warm in the afternoon. 5 in san jose, 53 is the high. the temperature in fremont, shows hot today. the warmest spot will soar into
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the low-to-mid 90s a big part of the bay area. thursday we sharply cooler ahead of the rain that will be moving in on friday and a "1" storm-impact scale. >> sue? >> from day on way with traffic. san rafael, beyond north gate mall and the civic center it is moving nice from novato to the golden gate bridge. it is 25 minute different. very good drive. walnut creek south 680, road work from walnut creek to spokeswoman will be picked up shortly and through this part of 680 great to highway 24. we will talk about the caldecott tunnel closure next report. >> a warning to hospitals across the country, department of homeland security said be alert for cyber attacks using ransomware to get access to the hospital computers and enscents
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the data and demand a ransom to unlock the surfers. since february, 13 hospitals have been hit including three in southern california. >> saving lives has prompt add lawmaker to push a bill allowing local governments to set up supervised injection centers for drug users for those to inject themselves with on-site medical expression. the injection centers would reduce overdose deaths. some democrats believe her bill faces stiff opposition and may not pass the first step to becoming a law. >> emotional story from nebraska cameras were rolling when a summer met the transplant recipient of her certain's -- son's heart after be killed in a car accident. he was kept on life support to preserve the organs. the man received the heart after being diagnosed with abnormal
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heart rhythm. [ inaudible ] my son is not here but i am happy he helped terry. >> he received a stuffed animal that plays a recording of her son's heartbeat. she said show will listen to that each night. >> the first for san francisco, at 5:00 a.m., the latest benefit is bringing for new moms and dads and getting tax across the country. >> a new eye opening report from berkeley leaders that sexual harassment on campus is worse than the school is letting on.
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