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>> it's saturday, april 16th. thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking live doppler hd for us. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. there's nothing on live doppler 7hd. we are looking at clear conditions and a wind shift that will allow for a warming trend to get underway. really get more established today as high pressure builds into the west coast. and that's going to allow for temperatures to climb today. numbers will be above average, but wait until you see tomorrow's outlook. here's a look at mount the tam. isn't this so nice with the sun coming up. it's 6:32. numbers are in the mid-40s morgan hill. 55 downtown. and another vantage point from the sutro tower camera.
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looks nice and glassy there but the winds of breezy in the upper elevations. mid-40s and finally from pier15, the exploratorium camera, notice we are in the 40s and 50s to start out. 70s, though, around the bay and inland by noontime. upper 70s around emeryville with about 83 in napa by 4:00. look at the cooling trend getting going after the low 70s at our beaches at the coast. chris. >> lisa, thank you. this morning a salvage crew will work to toe a car that plummeted 100 feet off a cliff along grizzly peek boulevard last night. it happened just before 10:00 p.m.. the car went over the side of grizzly peek near park drive close to an overlook near the park.
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rescuers found no one in the vehicle when they repelled down from the roadway. they heard a loud screech and watched the cargo over the cliff t cart wheeled down the hillside. >> saw the car spin and i thought, whoa, that car is going to roll-off the hill and then it rolls off the hill. >> authorities aren't sure where the driver went after the accident or if that person was injured in the wreck. for the second night in a row a police chase from oakland to contra costa county ended with an accident. it started yesterday along highway 13 in oakland before 8:00 p.m. the officers said they tried pulling over a red mercedes sedan for missing license plates when the driver took off. a chp helicopter followed the car to pittsburgh where police in that city used spike strips to disable the car. the driver then ran and unsuccessfully tried carjacking another car near highway 4. suspect was arrested by police. >> next in the race for the white house. hillary clinton had a high profile fundraiser with high profile guests but it also attracted several protesters. we have the story.
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>> here's a brief glimpse of george clooney leaving the fundraiser. and inside this silver s.u.v. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton. the event, held at this nob hill home, attracted dozens of demonstrators. they were mostly bernie sanders supporters. the senator had called the fund razors and others like it obscene because of the amount of money ponied up. it's an opinion his supporters marry order. >> $355,000 is what they are charging now to have a seat at the table with hundred hillary clinton was part of the fundraiser. you can't buy a people here for $355,000. it's incredible. >> sanders campaign released this ad here. sanders touched down in rome for a conference at the vatican and urged people to reject what he called an immoral economy.
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sand. clinton celebrate add small victory playing dominoes at a senior center in harlem. she will head to los angeles for another event with george clooney, a fundraiser at his studio city home. abc7 news. hillary clinton and bernie sanders will join abc's george stephanopoulos tomorrow morning for "this week." george is bringing the two democrats together for a round of tough questions before the new york primary on tuesday. "this week" airs sunday at 8:00 a.m. right here on abc 7. it's a question most drivers have after they drop off their car at a shop, who is going to drive it and where. at the wheel appear auto mechanic. katie has the story from the audi dealership in palo alto.
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>> the owner of the car, brian thornton, said the man behind the wheel is a palo alto employee. thornton is accusing the employee of joyriding and speeding. ♪ >> mark noble is a customer at audi palo alto. he said he would be very irritated if it was his car. >> we spend a lot of are money on these cars and the last thing i would expect is someone to take it out for a joyride. >> dennis had seen the video. he works on his own audi. >> calls into question how they do their background checks on their employees. >> the audi owner pamela pike is skeptical. >> it could have happened but most mechanics are pretty well certified and i think maybe the guy may have made up a little bit of a story. >> in a statement audi palo alto say in part, we needly began our investigation and have already taken action. we are working with the customer involved and have thanked them for had bringing this matter to our attention.
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mark noble said he's taking his car in for service next week. i asked him if the video changed his mind about going to audi palo alto. >> probably not, but i'll ask them about it. >> he said he's always had good service there. in palo alto, abc7 news. deputies in marin evacuate add campground at hilllan beach after a fire started in the dunes nearby. they blocked several roads so firefighters could do their job. campers were also taken to the beach for safety. investigators say the cause is suspicious. witnesses saw people running from the scene but no one was hurt. the red cross have put up dozens of people in the south bay after an apartment fire there. sky 7hd was over the twin pines manor apartments in sunnyvale as smoke poured out of the building yesterday afternoon. two people went to the hospital. more than 30 people were evacuated. some had to climb down ladders to get out. firefighters saved several pets. sunnyvale dps showed this picture showing a reunion. san jose place are looking
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for two suspects who violently attacked a store clerk. [inaudible] >> on march 8th police said two men ran into the quick stop and taqueria. the man in the red bandana you see here assaulted the clerk and demanded money. after a heated ebbs change the man shot the clerk. police said the clerk will survive. the golden state warriors now stand alone with 73 wins! >> after a big win, the warriors final run officially kicks off this afternoon on abc7. the preshow starts at noon and warrior fans can't wait. abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley shows us the excitement from pleasanton. >> warriors! >> it's starting. the energy is going up in saturday afternoon in homes and bars all over northern
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california. >> the warriors are great for the bay area economy. >> this place opened during warriors playoff season last year and they hope this year is a repeat, and that requires warriors gear. >> i decided to come and support my local team and buy warriors gear. >> you already have warriors gear. >> i can't get enough. it's all over the place. this is the shirt everyone is coming in to get, including 11-year-old bella and her 7-year-old sister. >> it shows the warriors, that we love them. >> you think if you wear a hat or shirt it might bring them luck? >> yeah, it could. >> we expect a quick 16-0 here. let's get it done. and bring on another championship to northern california. >> if you are thinking of going to the game, beware of ticket fraud. people are stealing bar codes from photos of tickets posted online. on wednesday night 60 tickets wouldn't scan. >> the biggest issue we have is people who bought tickets from a third party site. problems occur and the bar code doesn't scan and they aren't able to get into the game. >> even fans without tickets will be able to enjoy the warriors new ground tailgate set up on the south side of oracle arena.
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it opens at 9:00 saturday. i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. >> our fans are the loudest in the league. so fun to play in front of and such a crazy atmosphere. >> i think everybody is ready to go. it should be fun tomorrow. >> the warriors know dub nation will bring it for game one at oracle arena. yesterday the team had a final practice setting up the game plan and running through plays. abc7 news was at the practice facility as they worked on individual shooting skills. if you are headed to the game you are urged to take public transit. warriors and a's both have games going on at the same time. warriors tip off at 12:30. first pitch for the a's game is shortly after 1:00 p.m. if you are driving, be prepared for a lot of traffic. if you can't be at oracle arena for this afternoon's game against the rockets, you can watch it here on abc7. our coverage begins at noon. after the game stay tuned for "after the game" on abc7. larry and mike shumann will be
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joined by adonal foyle for complete coverage and analysis. k can't wait for that, lisa. >> yeah, and the weather is going to be really nice. fur of if you are not going to the game you have that to look forward to. low to mid-70s in the east bay by noontime a look outside from our sutro tower camera where it's 55 degrees in san francisco. 73 today. 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. warmer weather arrives tomorrow. the full forecast is next. >> thanks, lisa. also ahead, stepping in to help find a missing child. hear from everyone who made the emotional reunion possible. first a scary scene at a southern california high schoo
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>> some scary moments yesterday for students at a southern california high school a mountain lion showed up on campus right in the middle of the lunch break. instead of eating, students had to run inside to their classrooms. no one was hurt. the wildlife officials say the lion ran through campus and through nearby streets before they managed to tranquilize it. california wildlife released this picture of the mountain lion being released back into the wild again. a concord family had a huge scare yesterday when an 11-year-old boy with autism disappeared from school. but with the help of strangers and a friend, there was a happy
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reunion. dan ashley has the story. >> an enormous hug for little zachary jordan smith. san francisco police released this photo of a happy ending to a frantic search across the bay, a family reunion made possible by a vigilant woman. >> i said, lord give me favor right now. clear this freeway so i can get the kid. when the freeway cleared up, i ran across and i grabbed him. >> alice spotted him in san francisco trying to cross i-280. zachary traveled on bart all wait to concord more than 30 miles away. the mood was a lot more somber earlier in the afternoon when his parents joined volunteers and police to search for him after he sneaked out of school in concord. >> it's heart-wrenching. i can't imagine if chloe was missing. s but as the search was about to begin in earnest, this call came in over the radio. , we are on the phone with the pd and they found him.
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>> mom got to talk to him on the phone. >> i'm glad you are safe, baby, i'm glad you are safe, okay? >> it was all thanks to alice who helped zachary off the san francisco freeway. i said are you lost? he said, yes, i'm lost. i say where do you live? he mentioned a street i never heard of and he mentioned concord. i said concord, how did you get here? he said bart. i said so you are missing? okay, i'm going to get you safe and i'll promise you i'm going to get you to your parents. >> when alice called police, sergeant lisa springer responded, and it just so happens sergeant springer knows the missing boy. her own son, also named zachary, went to preschool with him. >> the stars aligned today. that's all. i'm so happy. >> and that was abc7 news anchor dan ashley reporting. the once-missing boy and his family are back in the east bay together thanks to their effort. school officials are trying to figure out how zachary managed to slip out of school without being noticed. >> the chia pet is going back to its roots. tomorrow the mexican museum is having an exhibit on the
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sprouting seeds that became popular in the 1980's. you remember those commercials ♪ cha-cha-cha chia >> but it goes back more than hundreds of years in mexico. >> they were included in ceremonies. so they were seen as having spiritual qualities. >> tomorrow's event will take place from one to three in the afternoon. visitors will get a chance to learn about the history of chia and make their own chia pets. the mexican museum a located in san francisco's fort mason. >> texting will not be coming to an amc theater near you. many people that popcorn at the screen when they heard the proposals. they said there will be no texting in their theaters because, quote, you spoke, we listened." thursday the ceo said he was contemplating changing the rules. >> ski season is coming to an end in tahoe. of the final weekend of skiing
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for several resorts, including boreal, kirkwood, northstar, and syria at tahoe. heavily will close next weekend and two others will try to stay open through may. 6:17, the time. getting a check of of the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> things are warming up. it was a nice day yesterday, a bit breezy. the winds shifting. more 70s all around the bay. closer to the bay and the coast. in the 80s will be arriving
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inland. live doppler 7hd. the one just, well, just about to come up. 6:32. we are looking a the a beautiful sunrise out there. it's clear and we've got a strong ridge of high pressure building in over the weekend. it's going to bring a warm trend really right on through tomorrow. in fact, monday should be almost as warm as tomorrow. tomorrow the warmest day out of the next seven. a big ridge of high pressure shunting the storm track to the north. check out golden state. nothing but sunshine and warmer numbers. ten degrees warmer at our bleachers. closer to home this, is santa cruz. nobody is there. it's cool in the 40s. quiet and le will look for the numbers to come up there today into the 70s. 50 right now in san jose. 46 morgan hill. 54 for you in oakland and san francisco 55. so it is cool in the north bay valleys. this is sfo. nice and clear on the peninsula.
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46 in santa rosa. 44 the cool spot in napa. but one of the warmest the spots today into the low 80s. so maybe 35, 36 degrees of warming on the way for you in the napa valley. 45 in novato, 55 by the delta with the wind shift already. concord upper 40s. and those winds come out of the north, northeast and the higher elevations allowing for that rapid warmup today. 17 crease it warmer by the delta. 11 degrees warmer in antioch and livermore you are beginning your day warmer as well as concord and not much change elsewhere. san francisco, the 55 is warmer. the isn't this a nice view as we check out mt. tam. sonoma is warmer with the down sloping winds. sunny and warmer today. the sea breeze still intact but managing the 70s at our coast. sunny and warmest tomorrow and then gradual cooling. maybe a few sprinkles tuesday night. also the end of the work week. we could see a little bit of rain. so we go through the morning
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hours and we are into the yellows. and by 10:00 that's in the 60s. check out some of the 70s arriving. santa rosa, napa, petaluma, 70 san jose and then this is what happens later on with more upper 70s to near 80. that wind shift. and will look for comfortable conditions by about 7:00. tomorrow getting hot. 85 concord, livermore, 87 san jose. upper 70s in the city. monday slightly cooler. 80 fresno. 77 san mateo, how about 83 in antioch? 82 napa. lake port 81. 79 oakland, 73 san francisco. 69 half moon bay. the half moon seven-day forecast, keeping the upper 60s half moon bay. and tomorrow warmer at our beaches. it will be a nice day there with monday just slight cooling, low clouds and fog will gather on tuesday. maybe a sprinkle late tuesday in
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the north gail, wednesday, thursday, increasing clouds and back to spring. then we will look for the chance of showers, maybe more widespread by friday. at least we are kind of continuing with that had spring theme. >> yeah, and we will hold out hope for the rain. >> yeah. >> lisa, thank you. what does it take to get a good night sleep? for one family it took "7 on your side" michael finney. their story is next when
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when you buy a new bed, does it feel different in the store than it does at home? a bay area couple said their expensive pillow top mattress turned into a mass of lumps and they were stuck with it. "7 on your side" michael finney has the story. >> this is where we sleep with the lumps. >> per pillow top mattress was barely three months old when it started to happen. >> i don't want to feel like the princess and the pea syndrome. >> as the story goes, a princess couldn't sleep because she could feel a tiny pea under her mattress. janet says she feels a sea of lumps on her. >> we have little mountains and mohills. you are tossing and turning all night long. >> the problems began when they
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bought a bed from pottery barn, it developed bumps on top. they replaced it with this mattress and it has lumps too. >> we have to adjust who gets the worst lump and who gets the less worst lumps? my husband is generous and takes the worst lumps. >> but she said sleep is difficult. >> the hips are sore, a kink in the back. >> pottery barn said they would replace it on the third match -- mattress, but there was a catch. >> you have to promise under sight unseen you have to keep this mattress that this will be the end of our correspondence. >> janet didn't want to risk it so she contacted me. >> it's almost like saying you are on double secret probation. i'm calling channel "7 on your side" that it truly does work. >> we contacted pottery barn. it agreed to refund the $2,000 they paid for the bed telling us customer service is a priority for us at pottry barn and we take these matters very seriously. we pride ourselves on our
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quality and will be looking into the matter to be sure we continue to uphold high standards. now janet feels a little more like a princess without the pea. >> i can close that chapter on my life. and then i have a lot of nice and sweet slumber ahead of me. >> the bed was made by simmons, which declined to comment for the story. janet said she and her husband are looking forward to sleeping peacefully and lump free. i'm michael finney, "7 on your side." >> happening today, the oakland museum of california is going where no other major museum has gone before. they will premiere an exhibit looking at all aspects of marijuana, how people use it, the science behind it and even its criminal past. oakland is the first museum to take an the subject. visitors will see plants and buds. they aren't glamorizing pot use but it trying to give visitors an honest look at marijuana. we have much more ahead on the abc7 morning news.
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a second earthquake rocks japan. search crews are looking for any survivors. and plus a historic move for women in the army. how this major step is breaking barriers.
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after all, your dog is a lover not a fighter. frontline plus. vet recommended flea and tick killer. >> good morning and thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris ngyun. we start this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's lisa argen. she's tracking the conditions where you live.
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>> lisa, good morning to you. >> good morning, chris. here we are at the beach. it will be a great day. 73 in santa cruz yesterday. going for a high of 79 today. the warmup from the coast to our inland valleys today, but really getting going tomorrow. a portion of it lasting through monday. 52 half moon bay, 51 mountain view. good morning morgueville. 55 san francisco. the beautiful shot from mt. tam. of the sun officially up in about 1 two minutes with mid-40s. cool conditions napa, novato and santa rosa, 48 cop cord. look how much warmer it is by the delta. a little bit of boost in the morning temperatures with a wind shift. today look at the warmth headed our way. 70s and 80s. chris. >> lisa, thank you. happening now, pope francis is making a short visit to the greek island where the heart of europe's refugee crisis is being felt. pope francis was greeted by the leader of the greek orthodox church, as well as greece's prime minister.
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>> the holy father was set to visit refugees on his visit. the vatican said he will bring back twelve syrian refugees, including six children to italy. he's been a vocal advocate on bringing attention and sympathy to migrants. >> sanderters met with the pope briefly. >> it was a brief meeting. he was on his way to greece. he was apologetic that he couldn't get to the conference yesterday where we were supposed to meet. but he was on his way to greece, and we just spent a few minutes together. >> sanders said he's in line with the pope's work to speak on behalf of the poor and to highlight growing wealth and inequality. >> a second earthquake to rock japan in two days is up to 19. video shows collapsed and flat end home in this city. the 7.0 earthquake has triggered
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landslides, started fires and damaged roads. a 6.5 earthquake in the same area on thursday killed ten people, bringing the total number of dead from the two earthquakes to 29. and this video shows one of several powerful aftershocks today. one said the first earthquake was shocking and now people are just terrified. crews are looking for any survivors in the rubble. in a historic move to week the u.s. army approved 22 women to combat positions. 13 will be armored officers and 9 approved for the infantry. the move comes before defense secretary ash carter announced in september the military had to strike down gender barriers. now to the growing outrage after a video was released showing two adults showing to paddle a five-year-old child t happened at an elementary school in
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georgia georgiay it's actually legal, as it is in 28 other states. we have the video and the debate. >> don't paddled me [crying] >> you are going to get a spanking! >> they said this is perfectly legal. the mediocrity gave her consent to school officials to paddle her son after they say the boy fought with will children and then pat spat oven a teacher. >> help me! >> for many parents say this is deeply disturbing and for many others just fine. >> thank you. >> the 22-year-old shana perez now says she felt pressured to let them hit her child and said they should be sent to jail after more than three weeks of unexcused absences. >> i wish i could go back and stop all of this. i would have snapped him up and said take me to jail, suspend him, i don't care. >> georgia is still one. 19 states that still allows corporal punish meant in schools.
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167,000 public school children are physically disciplined every year. authorities say they never threatened perez with jail. >> so you do spank him? >> yeah, but they were shaking him around and hauling him down. you don't do something like that to is a five-year-old. >> the school said because of privacy issues, they can't discuss details of the case but tell us they are reexamining discipline issues underlying that corporate punishment is allowed here with parental consent. abc news. it's been three years since this moment of terror at the got ton marathon. bombs set off near the finish line killed three people and injured 2164 others. one of the bombers died days later in a gun fight with police. the other was convicted and sentenced to death. yesterday a moment. silence marked the anniversary, wreaths were laid at the site of both bombings and crosses put up
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in honor of of the victims. this year's marathon take place monday. >> a battle over property rights as neighbors fight over a proposal to ban two-story houses. city council will have the final say next week but some say there shouldn't even be a vote. >> it's a common character in every joseph eicller-designed community. >> the house is considered closed at the front and when you get inside it opens up. >> mid-century modern is what people call it. a 1950's home design that blends indoor and outdoor living. richard wants she's eichler homes in palo alto to be preserved. >> the sheer value of being of this design type for the people who own them is something that we want to protect. >> he's part of a group that's urging council members to ban two-story homes and second floor add-ons in this subdivision. it's cold a single story overlay, and the decision would impact nearly 200 homeowners. including zo i, who has lived in her home for more than 35 years. she is it against the proposal is and said families should be able to expand their home like
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she did back in the mid-80s. >> i want the houses in the neighborhood to grow from a ticky tacky uniform subdivision into a groom of buildings that seven the needs of of the families that are living in them. >> these types of overlay rezoning applications is nothing new in palo alto. about but at issue is a rule that requires 70% of home owners to agree to a change before the council considers a vote. but some say they were coerced into signing the petition. katheryn said she wasn't each approached about the proposal. >> it would be important for us to stay here with our medical support and our community support. and i can't do that without fixing things up. >> because of how the homes are designed, the supporters say privacy is a concern. some of them also want to prevent any mansions from being built nearby. >> the palo alto city council will take up the issue on monday. the music company vevo has made its way to the bay area. coming up, find out why they want to be closer to the likes of twitter and uber.
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but first a look from the east bay hills camera. a slight warmup is on the way. lisa argen will have your full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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>> good morning, a live look outside at the iconic golden gate bridge. a little breezy out there. we know many. you will be heading up to napa or sonoma for for the weekend. we will let you know how warm it will get coming up. paula joins us from new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." >> good saturday morning. coming up, fires, landslides and massive aftershocks rock southern japan this morning following the two huge earthquakes. and now authorities are frantically searching for survivors as the death toll continues to rise. we will have the latest developments live from japan this morning. and a seasoned employee at a florida zoo, even called the tiger whisperer was attacked and killed on the job by one of the animals she was so passionate about. what led to the attack. and a sports story no sports fan should miss. to foul wall into the stands,
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striking a fan right into the base. it sailed through a hole in the protective netting. we will tell you what you need to know next time you go not ballpark. its come up. hope to see you soon. >> the coachella music and arts festival is drawing thousands of people in the southern california desert this weekend. there will be three days of music and fun. they hope to see close to 225 bands. it also runs next weekend. now the owners want to put on the classic rock concert of the century. the organizers are looking to book bob dylan, paul mccartney, the who, neil young and pink floyd's water. the l.a. times said the concert would take place october 7th through the 9th at empire polo field in riverside county. and if they are able to pull that off, i will buy a ticket and fly down there myself. >> i hope the youngsters at coa
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chilla you, i don't think they will be going to that. >> what's going on? who? >> taking you to the beach now where it's cool, in the mid-40s in santa cruz. it was 73 yesterday. 79 today. so each with the sea breeze, numbers at our beaches will be just around 70 degrees. the we will talk abouthe warmest day of the week tomorrow and the look ahead which features cooler, maybe wetter weather coming up. >> thanks, lisa. also ahead, should the warriors fear the beard? we will hear from rockets star james harden and how he feels about playing the warrio i drive a golf ball. i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in
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you inspire us to bring you real value every day. >> in sports the warriors quest to win back-to-back championships begins today at oracle arena. game one against the rockets is this afternoon. if you can't be there, watch it right here only on abc7. coverage begins at noon. tipoff at 12:30. of the giants are in los angeles for a three-game series against the dodgers. last night's pitching match-up was ace versus ace. madison bumgarner and rich kershaw. here's the sports report. >> good morning. friday was jackie robinson day in the majors as the man who broke baseball's color-barrier was remembered. robinson played for the brooklyn dodgers, atlanta the team that later moved to los angeles. to honor him, all players wore the number 42. and there was a game to remember against madison bumgarner. he rips this deep to left center
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to give his team the quick 1-0 lead. and clayton kershaw had his problems, as well. this allows the game to be tied. and l.a. regained the lead in the third. hernandez connects again. he had a two-run double and a four-run fourth. dodgers win 7-3. mad-bum takes the loss. he's now 1-1. before the a's took on the royals, they honored vida blue and ricky henderson. they got to him with two runs in the first. the a's cut the lead in the second. steven vogt gets his first home run of the year. he has this man's vote. the royals got a big insurance run in the ninth. he connects off shawn doolittle. oakland has now lost four straight. kansas city wins 4-2. after winning a record 73 games this season, some are
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wondering if the warriors can go unbeaten in the playoffs. the warriors worked out yesterday at their practice facility. public perception has changed a lot since last season when they won their first nba title in 40 years. now golden state is the odds-on favorite to win it all. >> the last year, even though we won 67 games, we were the one-seed and people still wondered if we could get it done. but it's a different feel, a different dynamic. but still have to win 16 games. the rockets, a chance of an upset? if so, james harden will likely be the key. he joins them as the only players to average 29 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds in a season. he says bring on the warriors. >> you have to face them any ways no matter whether it's the first round or whenever. we have a great opportunity. a lot of people count us out and we have to go take it one game at a time.
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>> following the contest, stay tuned for "after the game" on abc7. sports director larry beil and former warriors center adonal foyle and mike shumann for postgame interviews. that's sports for saturday morning. i'm rick quan. enjoy the game. >> i feel like the past few weekends we've been talking about activity on live doppler 7hd. any activity today? >> no. i came in this morning and i had all the radars stacked up from last weekend so delete, delete, delete. right now we are looking at clear conditions. it's the total opposite as high pressure builds in. bringing a warmer day today. the warmer weather tomorrow. the sun officially up at 6:42 setting at 7:47. that's 13 hours and 13 minutes of lay light. will it be warm by tomorrow f you are not a fan of the heat, today is your day as the temperatures come up. it will be comfortable at the coast but getting warm just about everywhere with ten
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degrees ever warming in some spots. we notice the trajectory of the cloud deck. this and well to the north. a big dome of high pressure builds in and the winds are shifting from a northerly component to a northeasterly component. look at all the sunshine here in san francisco. numbers have been sitting in the mid-50s downtown. 54 in oakland. ten degrees cooler in morgan hill. 45 there with 50 in san jose, 51 mountain view and half moon bay sitting at 50 degrees. we've had the upper elevation winds allowing for a warmer numbers out by the delta, antioch and the mid-and upper 50s with cool numbers from napa, novato and livermore 47. by tonight, though, we will have that warming throughout the afternoon. and the atmosphere will hold on to some of that warmth. we will probably be warmer tomorrow by, oh, a couple degrees. but look at the dramatic warming from fairfield to ability i don't think this morning 2002 to the upper elevation winds and the cool valleys. it's slightly cooler in novato.
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from emeryville look at a blown out overexposed shot but with all the sunshine early you have to stop down on that lens to make a prettier picture for you. sunny and warmer today with the sea breeze at the coast. that will put you just around 69 in half moon bay. sunny and warmer tomorrow with the gradual cooling trend throughout the work week and in fact monday doesn't look that cool. look at the greens. then we go to yellow which means temperatures climbing through the 60s by 10:00. 72 for napa with 65 in san jose. then by the afternoon it's all about the warmth from the 80s in napa, 67 san jose, upper 60s in san francisco so the sea breeze already getting underway. clear and mild, 60s and 60s tonight but tomorrow as the offshore flow really gets going we will have upper 70s in the cities. so no sea breeze. that's shut off with half moon bay three or four degrees warmer. 85 concord and livermore. and by monday notice the orange
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and yellows still overstaying much of the state. 60 yosemite and near that tahoe. winds subsiding in southern california as well. look for 79 today palo alto. 82 concord and 73 san francisco. and then the sea breeze will keep you comfortable there. 81 santa rosa. if you are headed over to oakland, temperatures in the mid-70s 1:00. about 754:00. the accuweather forecast even warmer tomorrow, the offshore flow. still warm. well above arrange monday and tuesday and a sprinkle in the north bay late. back into the 60s and 70s. wednesday and thursday cloudy and cooler and more widespread rain a chance testify anyway by the end of the work week. >> keep the sunscreen on standby. >> totally, yeah. >> thank you. the bay area tech boom continues and the latest sign music company vevo is opening a big new office in san francisco's mid-market neighborhood. johnathan bloom took a tour and finds out why they simply had to
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be here. ♪ hello it's me >> vevo is saying hello to san francisco. >> they are the largest music video platform. >> hosting videos like adele's. >> on mobile phones, ipads, on television, on frankly any platform that is connected to the internet ♪ i came in like -- >> owned by a major record label, they publish splash hits like this on youtube and through their own apps. and with apps now a bigger deal than ever, new york-based vevo opened this office in san francisco. >> we will double the size of our team here over of the next, i would say, six to twelve months. the new office will be a tool to attract the tech industry's best talent. and the specific location here on market street is no accident. >> we like to be neighborhood to twitter and neighbors with uber and square.
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>> and a room just for ping-pong. they are make a statement. >> our mission is clear. we would like to become one of the top shops for engineering product and design. >> recruiting from there has vevo in the response. >> all the companies are within five minutes of here. all these large companies are looking for all this talent when there's just not enough candidates for all the open positions. >> the city's tech workers have become to expect the free lunches, plush offices and the higher paychecks. >> 38% higher market compared to anyone else in the united states. >> for tech specific? >> yes. >> and often they have to win with culture and vevo has a leg up. >> one of the biggest perks we have as a company in the music space, when there are concerts we have access to those. >> could help them lure them , engineers, away from their new neighbors. johnathan bloom, abc7 news. >> 6:53 is our time.
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>> here are the winning numbers from last night's mega-millions drawing. nobody picked all six so tuesday night's jackpot grows to $891 million. take a look at this. goats will take center stage at san francisco's ferry building today. the eighth annual goat festival
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will take place at the farmers market from 9:00 to 1:00. it's affectionately called goatchella. you will get to meet the acceptedders, sample goat cheese and learn all about goats. >> it's upper 60s from half moon bay to low 80s inland. still a sea breeze at the coast. 79 fremont, palo alto. but check out your sunday. highs come up into the upper 80s inland, low 80s by the way. 70s at the coast and a little cool down monday and the real cool down happens on tuesday right on through the rest of the week. >> thank you, lisa. and thanks for joining us on the abc7 saturday morning news. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. the news continues online, on facebook, and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. "good morning america" is next. a about. c7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. see you then.
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