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suhr. protesters accuse the department of police brutality and unnecessary killings. the crowd actually knocked down a metal detector and used it to prop open one of the doors. demonstrators chanted outside mayor ed lee's office before being forced downstairs. the protest was in sympathy with the hunger strike of the so-called frisco five. all five of hospitalized but are refusing to be force-fed. they said they may take it outside the mission police station where the hunger camp is. a prominent attorney killed at her own home. marlo worked for the san francisco public defender's office for 29 years. a man found at the crime scene is being questioned. here's dan ashley with the details.
>> flowers had lie on the sidewalk outside of the home of marla. a former long time public defender in san francisco who was stabbed to death friday morning. >> poor ma rla, i can't believe it. i've known her since she moved in in the '80s. >> neighbored watches investigators walk in and out of the building on arkansas street. the next door neighbor did not want to be on camera about but told us he heard yelling and saw some someone bloodied in her backyard. he said he's in shock. >> marla had a heart of gold. she was everything you would want a public defender to be. she fought hard, she had tremendous passion for her clients, and she handled some of the toughest cases. >> this includes defending edwin ramos, scheduled to life in prison for the triple murder of a man and his two sons. he had mistaken him as rival gang members. they have not released
information about the suspect but if the public defenders is asked to represent that person. >> for obvious reasons our office could not represent anyone charged. marla was one of us. >> and as dan ashley mentioned, whoever is accused of this murder would have to hire a private attorney because she worked for the public defender. hillary clinton brought her campaign for president to the bay area on friday and did not play any favorites. she visited both sides of the bay beginning with this campaign rally in oakland and ending in san francisco. here is abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley. >> the next president of these united states, hillary rodham clinton! >> hundreds rallied inside this east oakland elementary school gym friday afternoon. she also stopped at her oakland campaign headquarters before zero in on the big picture, the november election and donald trump. >> make sure that the presumptive nominee of the
republican party never gets near the white house. >> a few hecklers in the crowd were drowned out by the chance of hilly supporters of the dozens scored selfies with her as she walked out. >> she's amazing. so eloquent. everything about her. it was awesome. >> she's not just going to be helping the elite class, she's here in oakland to support the everyday working class people and their kids. >> clinton's motorcade crossed the bay bridge in rush hour to get to nob hill. she spoke at over 3,000 at a right event, while outside bernie sanders protesters stood their ground. >> we here to show that hillary clinton is not the presumptive nominee for the democratic party. we are in it to win it, and we are bernie or bust. >> many expect clinton to swing back through the bay area before the california primary on june 7th. in san francisco, leslie brinkley, abc7 news.
>> last night in oregon donald trump attacked hillary clinton and bill clinton. he said bill essay fares and hillary's treatment of the women involved goes beyond any comment he's made. >> he was a disaster and she was an unbelievable nasty, mean enabler, and what she did to a lot of those women is disgraceful. as they are going after me with women? give me a break, folks. no one respects women more than donald trump, i'll tell you, nobody. nobody. >> next week donald trump will meet with paul ryan and other gop leadtories make a case for their support. tomorrow donald trump will appear on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. you will hear what he says about earning support from the american people. "this week" airs at 8:00 tomorrow morning right here on abc7. the county religion straw of voters has created a voter dashboard where voters can find
out about the candidates, propositions and issues on the june ballot as well as mark a practice ballot. the dashboard can be found on the home page of the election department's website. and just a reminder, even with the dashboard, you still have to vote. in the east bay, el~cerrito police are on the lookout for this package thief. surveillance video shows her walking up to a box on monday carrying an empty decoy box. she raining the doorbell and when no one answered she switched boxes. the resident said the box contained clothe for her daughter. a mother with a child with a rare it complication was denied a transplant for her daughter. the transplant was the last hope that caused only half of the heart to develop. doctors at ucla and stanford denied the transplant because
they believed her body would reject a new heart. a bay area family said they were trying to protect their highly allergic flight and they were kicked off a flight. it was all over peanuts. >> this two-year-old has a severe peanuts allergy. the doctors told them to be cautious. >> we nicely told them their son had a peanut allergy and asked that peanuts not be served in their area. they refused. >> they said you need to get off the plane. >> it was an alegionent airline flight. alegion he was not released a statement saying in part the third party organization that includes on call medical doctors available to provide guidance advised they not fly on that flight. >> he was not expecting all the attention his story received and he was not expecting hate mail.
>> weaver been called overprotective helicopter parents, called all sorts of names. >> he said they are only trying to bring attention to the allergy issue. >> it's a bigger issue than we got mistreated and kicked off the plane. that's not why we want to be in the press but more to just help those in the future. >> we spoke to a passenger whose child also has a severe allergy. she said she understands the airlines decision, but the parents understands reality better than anybody else. as long as they surround their surroundings they can usually manage. >> they ended up booking them on at airline. abc news. >> you are tracking rain for us? >> yeah, some moving into our far east bay a live look outside from the roof camerae it's 55 degrees in san francisco, fremont and san jose. also half moon bay. the showers will be light, they will be few and far between but could see a thunderstorm. i'll explain and have a look at the dryer, sunnier mother's day
when we come back. >> that's correct, lisa. also ahead, a plea for help after a meals on wheels truck was stolen and wrecked. how the organization is making it work. but first. >> they have played san francisco for a fool but that is coming to an end. >> the academy of art university has been slapped with a lawsuit from the city. why the school is accused of hurting hundreds of san francisco
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one of san francisco's biggest landlords is facing a lawsuit from the city. the academy of art owns 40 properties in the city and the city says they are getting away with numerous code violations. >> academy of art is an egregious land use. >> he minced no words. academy of art thumbed its nose at building code regulations for a decade. set up a web of corporate affiliates to purchase and lease properties for the school's use, properties that could have been used for low income housing. >> we desperately need that housing in the midst of our affordable housing crisis. >> the academy has been the subject of two dozen planning hearing meatings. they have been working with the school to resolve problems. a supervisor, a long time crit i had of their real estate empair.
>> the academy has played san francisco for a fool but that's coming to an end. >> the school's attorney said the lawsuit was unnecessary. >> we have made a settlement offer, as they say, which is a very important part of this picture. >> he said they offer the city $10 million. the academy would lease an 89-oftennity building for affordable housing and build new student housing in the future instead of buying existing buildings. in the meantime he says he will continue working with a planning commission. herrera is asking for hefty fines as a permanent injunction, ordering the academy to restore units which the city attorney said it took illegally from the city's housing stock. vic lee, abc7 news. >> in fremont community members are stepping up to support the meals on wheels program after the delivery truck's vehicle was hijacked thursday. two people are booked on multiple charges. now the program is hoping to
move forward. >> it is a bold act that left many people stunned. >> how awful is this to happen and to all the people who needed that food. >> in fremont two people tried to take a car from a woman at walnut plaza but were unsuccessful, following that attempt they ran to city hall and took a meals on wheels truck. >> i heard the screaming, turned around and chaos. >> deborah was there and saw all of it. >> i have never seen anything like that. >> having the truck be stolen like that is unthinkable, unbelievable >> the two suspects led officers on a pursuit from fremont to castro valley which not only ended in their arrest but major damage to the truck which is only a year and a half old. program officials said it will likely be a total loss and are relying on a backup truck built in the 1980's. >> we have 380 people we have to
serve every day and they count on our meals. we have to be here no matter what. >> the fire department will house the damaged truck until it can be assessed by the insurance adjuster. meals open wheels said they will need to raise thousands of dollars. meal recipients say they are grateful the program will press on despite the unexpected offense. >> a lot of bad things, and we still have good people. we meet a lot of good people this way. >> to learn more about how you can donate we have a link on our website, abc7news.com. happening today, the wait is over for the wrist bands. the sale of the virtually aual reality headset begins at 48 best buy stores across the country. they will have in-house demonstrations a variety of games featuring the wrist. the rift. if it goes well look for it to hit the bay area soon.
>> also today, a chance for fourth grader to learn about national parks and even become a junior ranger. it's part of the junior ranger jamboree. it is also celebrating the 100th birthday of the national park service. as part of the celebration young people will be encouraged to learn will national parks and they will even be sworn in as junior rangers. the fun begins at noon. and a lot of the kids looking forward to that, lisa. >> we do have a chance of showers throughout the day today. it will be winding down today and light shower. we saw a third of inch in gilroy and .2 in fremont. livermore you picked up free port. and the east bay, the south bay looking at perhaps more precipitation than we will see in the north bay. here's the storm impact scaly we rattish storms throughout the winter. 1 to 5, 1 the lightest and 5 the most severe. today very, very light, anywhere from a couple hundredths to .02.
this area of low pressure in storm system affecting pretty much the entire state. acequia look at live doppler hd, you see the shower activity from cloverdale, santa rosa light rain and toward the coast westward from generaller and the rain is moving in from the north east. are you see pope valley, very, very slight shower activity and down through i-80, the delta, fairfield and highway 37 looking at light rain. most of the activity offshore. you see around point reyes could be a little the wet. this is just the beginning. some of the activity will slip in from the sierra nevada toward the east bay, and the rest of the bay throughout the day today. once again, hit-or-miss. kind of hard to say where we will see the shower activity but when we do see it it should be light. but we also could see a slight chance of a thunderstorm. 55 here in san francisco, as well as mountain view and san jose and half moon bay. 57 in oakland.
morgan hill, good morning. 53. you definitely had some bonus rain yesterday. as we look toward the east bay, it's 53 santa rosa with 54 for you in concord, livermore, napa and novato. 55 out by the delta. so we will be looking at the clouds to hang around for much of the day today. so kind of cool numbers. numbers on the mild side but we will get into more sunshine tomorrow as the system pushes off tonight. and for mother's day, looking pretty good. seems like we haven't seen the sun in quite a while. a wider perspective. we are look at the streams running pretty high in the sierra nevada. if you are doing any hiking there, we are looking at the possibility of some of these coming over their banks a lot of snowmelt going on. 46 in the northern sierra. and this check out really shower activity all the way down the sierra nevada and into southern california lacking at plenty of cloud cover. 67 there. a flash flood watch for the san joaquin valley. the shower activity, they are seeing about a third of an inch
around stockton and more from the central valley, the san joaquin valley, the northern sacramento valley and back here toward the bay area. as we go toward the later morning hours, noontime, notice the activity, emeryville, concord, look at southern marin. and by 2:00 south bay, san jose. definitely the santa cruz mountains. perhaps we could see some showers there. i shouldn't say definitely. and which 8:00 still the north bay may be a lingering sprinkle. you look at the amounts really not too impressive with will .4 in concord, over a tenth in santa rosa, maybe a tenth around san jose. highs ranging from 66 in oakland. so with the cloud cover, maybe a thunderstorm. it will be gray and we will be looking at the sun to arrive tomorrow for mother's day. mid-70s inland. look at upper 70s for the first half of the work week into wednesday. looking warmer, dryer, and then we will see slightly cooler air thursday and friday.
>> a lot of website offers products for price lower than official dealers, but is it a good idea to buy? michael finney tells us about the new warning. >> the deals can be he irresistible. 20% off i'm phones, designer shoes, computers, hand bakes, all at a discount. >> we are talking about large amounts of money that are going through the gray market. >> attorney richard nelson. the alliance for gray market abatement said the items are authentic, even legal, but also risky for you, the buyer. >> you have no guarantees that what you are getting going to work. you don't have a guarantee that the manufacture is going to stand behind it. >> i was in the market for a full frame camera. >> san francisco college student alyssa kurts wanted a any con camera to launch a career in photography but it wasn't cheap. they offered the very camera she
wanted for $2800, a savings about $200. every little bit helped, so she went for it. >> it worked fine for a period of time. >> the camera came in the right box and had the instructions, but three months later she says a big problem. >> the pins were broken, were bent. so i couldn't take pictures. >> melissa thought it was a defect. she said they told her to send it to any con for repair. so she did. any consent it right back. >> telling it was gray market product. so they wouldn't touch it. >> i don't think it's real. >> gray market products actually are real, but generally intended for sale in a foreign country. someone guys them cheaply overseas and resells them here at a discount. >> there's a story behind the products that may not be quite clean. >> nelson said the products could be damaged in shipping, opened, used, repackaged, stolen or have parts swapped out. electronics might have foreign
power cords or foreign manuals. that's why manufacturers usually won't tanned by them and will not cover them under warranty in the united states. >> on the internet you are lacking at a picture of something. it may look perfectly fine. and then you only find out once you receive it that there's something wrong with the product. >> california law requires retailers to warn customers when they are buying gray market products. the notice was not on the website. the camera came with a policy notice saying all item are covered by u.s. warranty. it was not. electronic cities spokesperson said in a telephone interview that melissa knew it was a gray market item because the website said import. the very last word in fine print. this he also sappled she broke the camera and would have to patronnics city $1,000 to fix it. >> we explained they would be many to service it but there would be a fee involved because she damaged the product. >> melissa said she didn't break it and certainly didn't know it
was gray but she learned a discount can sometimes cost you. >> michael said if you want to be sure you aren't getting a gray market product, buy from the manufacture's authorized dealers. if you see a cheaper one from an unauthorized seller, it cost you more in the long run. the powerball jackpot is $415 million and risings. that's the seventh largest prize of. the cash lump sum would be did $274 million before taxings. it's expected to climb with so many people buying tickets. more ahead on. abc7 morning news. watching a disaster in the palm of your hand? the family who saw their place go up in a flames on their i-phone. >> and
we aren't done with it yet. once again we have a 1 on our storm impact scale. rating the storms from 1 to 5. 1 being the weakest and 5 being the most severe. right now we are looking at a little bit of rainfall around the bay and we will see anywhere from .2 to a couple hundredths around the bay. possibility of a thunderstorm as an area of lop to the south of us continues to push in some shower activity. it's been kind of are an interesting week. as we zoom into the north bay from jenner, north bay, bodega bay, some wet weather. also toward santa rosa. up to the north looking at middletown and the sweep on top of mount st. helena some showers. looking at some wet weather here, perhaps slick roadways. as we widen the view, you can just make out the rotation. we are looking at much of the mountains, the central valley, to see perhaps some shower activity. right now numbers are mild with 54 antioch, livermore and napa.
after san mateo. good morning half moon bay. as you head outside plenty of cloud cover. we lack for the scattered showers throughout the day today. temperatures in the mid-and upper 60s. chris. >> lisa, thanks. canadian officials fear a massive wildfire could double in size by the end of today. it's burning out of control in alberta and showing no signs of slowing down. shifting winds could blow the flames into a nearby forest and more than 80,000 people have been forced out of their homes. abc news reporter neil tells us some people watched their houses burn to the ground. >> the dramatic image, flames bursting into a house by the living room door. james o'reilly and his wife barely managing to make it out. their fish tank and all their belongings left behind. watching it all play out on a security camera connected to their phone. smoke along the ceiling, filling the whole room. then flashes of light and crackling as their home is
consumed by flames. scenes like that turning into this, row after row of charred homes and cars. through thick smoke and flames, this is the only way to get out. >> what's it been like driving through there? >> been mostly like an apocalyptic horror. flareups are keeping fire crews so busy, equipment cooled down with water. at least four moms going into labor as they fled, including susan hardy. >> the we are very fortunate and lucky that all of us got out. >> abc news, near for t mc murray, canada. >> time now is 5:32. investigators say they want to interview a mill valley doctor and his son about a prescription drug brought to prince a day before his death. after an urgent request by the singer's staff. the doctor sent his son andrew to the paisley park home on
april 20th with the drug. cornfeld runs the recovery without walls. investigators are saying they are trying to determine if prince had a long-term relationship with the cornfelds. ♪ thousands of people, many dressed in purple, gathered at city hall in los angeles last night for a memorial concert to honor prince. music legend stevie wonder singing purple rain, his signature song. he said losing prince was like moving a member of his musical family. the 57-year-old prince was found dead last month at his minneapolis home. this video shows police arresting a man in a deadly shooting spree outside washington, d.c. police surrounded the man, and then rammed his car with guns
drawn. he gave up without a fight. he's accused of shooting three people in the parking lot of a busy parking mall, killing one of them. police say he also shot and killed a woman outside a supermarket. the two killings came after police believe he also shot and killed his estranged wife on thursday. he was an officer at the federal protective service. he was stripped of his gun and badge after he was accused of threatening to harm his wife if she left him. president obama will go back to college today to deliver the commencement address of the 2016 graduating class at washington, d.c.'s howard university. howard is one of of the nation's best historically black universities. much. the president's agenda on education has been focused on increasing academic achievement for students of color. this is the third time in his presidency that mr. obama has given the commencement be address at a historically black university a california climber and his friend are in the process of summiting mount
everest and you can follow it on snapchat. this is snapchat video of the mountain guide and his friend, corey richards. their goal is to be the first to reach the top while documenting the entire experience on snapchat. >> we just finished right here. over 25,000 feet. aim pretty sure the highest human on the planet. >> man, is this beautiful! really intense! >> you can follow their journey by becoming friends with their snapchat act. they appear to be getting very close to the top. >> this year's top student at u.c. berkeley is a millennial who shies away from things like twitter and facebook. instead, she said she has a greater connection to math and she will be receiving the university medal and deliver the commencement speech at cal next weekend. abc7 news reporter lyanne melendez has her story. >> when she's not teaching a class in math to a cal students
or volunteering at an after-school lit's program, this is what she enjoys doing the most, pure mathematics. >> it really never stops. we ultimately realize it's never ending. and keep questioning and dig deeper and hopefully arrive at something. >> hollywood passion made a few movies and their struggles to make some kind of contribution in their world. she has had hadder own struggles. >> i really was struggling to find motivation and reason to do anything. it took something pretty strong, i think, to kind of make me feel like i had a purpose. >> she found motivation and passion through her professors at cal. today she wants other women to know math is within their reach. >> oftentimes women haven't necessarily been welcomed by the majority of men, but i think we are in a changing society and i'm definitely optimistic. >> her other passion is playing an instrument played in classic
indian music. all of her work acknowledged with the university medal. >> in that sense it's been very encouraging for me personally, but at the same time aim just -- feel a little overwhelmed by all of this. >> from here she's headed to mit to work on her ph.d. lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> still ahead, a new look at google class. here's a live look outside from the roof camera. lisa will have your full accuweather forecast in a minute. >> the abc7 news app on the go on your schedule on one screen. all the weather, traffic and
>> breaking news out of sacramento. a chp officer has been hospitalized after being hit on a traffic stop. the freeway is closed in that direction while the investigation is underway. it's not no one if the officer was inside or outside the car when the collision occurred. 5:40 is our time. this is a video from the san francisco museum being built from the ground up. the 335 makeover took six years. it will reopen to the public on may 14th. with he will give you a peek inside this sunday at 6:30 with our reairing of the new view on modern. call it christmas for comic book lovers. they will be hand being out the
free comics, either special edition reprints or all new stories. comic book day has been around a few years and is usually aligned with new super human movies. if you want to find out which stores of hosting the event we have a link on our website >> if you are look be for a gift for mother's day, they are calling this the ultimate mother's day experience. you get three nights in the presidential sweet, fresh flowers, a personal chef, a personal trainer and an exclusive bentley car service. the price tag a mere $75,000. if your budget is more modest, abc news has tips on how to spoil your mom without emptying your wallet. >> it's the mother of all holidays. countless shoppers are scrambling for last minute gifts worthy of mom. >> saturday before mother's day
is one of the best days for deals. they have loads of stuff that they are desperate to sell and only one day to sell it. >> according to the national retail federation, consumers will spend an estimated $2,121.4 billion on mother's day, an average of more than $170 per person, including $34 billion on jewelry, $4 billion on outings like the of popular brunch, and $2 billion on flowers. and retailers are stepping up with deals like 50% off personized m & ms, a dozen bottles of wine for $90 and up to 60% off on electronics. experts say if you are sending flowers to at city, check for a local florist, placing the order directly with them, and if you are buying a gift card for a tech-friendly mom, make sure it can be used online and not just in stores. time is running out for placing online orders. by and large, most major shippers, including the post office, had say they don't
deliver on sunday. abc news, new york. i've already submitted my order for flowers for my mom. i won't get to go home this year but at least i'll get her something. >> looks like the weather is going to be cooperating. we are looking at a few showers not only this morning but throughout the afternoon. an area of low pressure to the east of us continues our unsettled weather pattern. 5 a on the coast and in the city. in the east bay. a mild start. it will be a gray afternoon. we will tell you about how much rain and what to expect for mother's day next. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, all eyes are on steph curry as we look ahead to tonight's game in portland. this was him yesterday. you see why the trail blazers are getting ready for the mvp. larry beil will explain
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finals. the game tips off at 5:30. then join abc7 news sports director larry beil and mike shumann for "after the game." larry will be joined by warriors ambassador adonal foyle in the studio. mike will be live in portland. in the south bay the sharks return to the sap center in their match-up with the predators. the series is tied 2-2. the puck drops at 7:00 p.m. >> here's larry beil with the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, everybody. the giants starting pitching has been getting she would as of late. madison bumgarner often the cure for that. last night against the rockies, the say hey kid, willie may. his 85th birthday. madison bumgarner struggled early. the squeeze bunt, and para scores under buster posey's tag. rockies up 4-0.
bumgarner allowed 4 runs. his good friend, brandon crawford, helping out with a three-run jack and the giants back in it. tied at 4. hunter pence up the middle. you made the stop, but can't throw out pence. it's 5-4 giants. bottom of 7th. brandon belt doubles home matt duffy. the giants win 6-4: a's rained out in baltimore. >> tim lincecum took the mound with no team behind him. he is still the freak following hip surgery. they call this the showcase. he hit 9 is on the radar gun and is hoping some team will offer him a job as a starter. steph currily probably will not play tonight in game three of the warriors blazer series but he looks really close to coming back. country trying to return from a sprained knee. he wore a knee brace yesterday. lacked very good in the morning. the problem is time. they want to be see steph play
3-on-3 and five-on-five but there's no came before game three so steph probably will not play. the blazers, though, they aren't buying any of this. >> we expect curry to play. you have to prepare that way. >> yes. >> they are saying there's a chance. [laughter] >> today, he just looked like he had a bounce to his step where in the last week he's been slowly inching his way forward, moving a little bit quicker each day. but today was the first day i thought he looked like himself. >> kevin durant and the thunder trying to go up 2-1 on the spurs. san antonio was up in the first half. k.c. comes all the way back. russell westbrook for 31 points. tied at 83. kevin durant, he had 26. o k.c., as they always do, three late turnovers. spurs cash in. tony parker hits it. he had 19. spurs hold on 100 to 96 and take the 2-1 series lead.
again, a reminder warriors and blazers right here on abc7 this afternoon at 5:30. have a great weekend, everybody, and happy mother's day. i'm larry beil. >> 5:49 is the time. lisa, you are tracking the showers out there on live doppler 7hd. >> you were right. we aren't done with the rain yesterday. we have a system that will provide shower activity not only for the morning but the afternoon. could see isolated thunder. a 1 on the storm impact scale. we rate our systems from 1 to 5 all winter long. throughout the spring it's been interesting and really this week it's been quite active. we've had a few thunderstorms and can't rule that out today as this system is slow to move on out. the state. see the entire state is impacted with this. as we take a look a live doppler 7hd. you notice the activity here is scattered about. we will take you close into the north bay where cloverdale, middletown, pope valley and heelsburg lacking at some wet weather. also toward knoxville and to the east here, vacaville, the delta,
highway 80 and perhaps 37 some wet weather. and just the beginning of 680 looking at shower activity. so the coast here could see some hit-or-miss showers. and the rest of the bay pretty quiet. as we widen the view, put the clouds on top of the image and the atlanta shows the circulation is really over much. the state of california, and we are looking at perhaps some heavy rain around the san joaquin valley. mt. tam this morning you see the cloud cover and the sun coming up. and that's in another 20 minutes or so. 55 san francisco. mountain view and san jose, as well as half moon bay. 53 morgan hill with oakland coming in at 57. from sfo the winds will be light. they shouldn't be much of a factor. but we are looking at a lot of low clouds. temperatures in the low 350's santa rosa. 54 concord and napa, novato and out in our east bay valleys, 55 by the delta. and from our exploratorium
camera we expect to hold on to the cloud cover all day long. scattered showers, the possibility of a thunderstorm and looking at a brighter and filedder mother's day. temperatures back into the 70s in response to the may sunshine. so we will look for a dry afternoon tomorrow and as we go through the next several hours you will notice that we have some showers perhaps in the north bay, but by 10:00, 11:00, look what happens. from 830 throughout the east bay, we could see some more showers. and then by noon tame lacking at some wet weather from our east bay, perhaps hayward and oakland. and then by the latter afternoon could see a thunderstorm, maybe the diablo range into the north bay. morgan hill picked up precip yesterday and could be the same today throughout the day. as we go through the evening hours, perhaps showers into the north bay. by the later evening hours things dry up. in terms. amounts, widely varying from a couple hundredths to .2 possible. and if you have a heavy downpour you could see some heavier
amounts around that area. as for today, numbers in the 60s. sort of often form with the cloud cover. slight chance after thunderstorm. lack for 66 in oakland, 68 palo alto, 64 in santa cruz. and today there is a game and we could look for some showers around at&t park at 1:00. 630 degrees. the winds should be light. act weather seven-day fast, sunny and warmer tomorrow for mother's day and the temperatures continue to climb with dry conditions, sunnier days right through wednesday. 70s around the bay. mid-80s inland, and then slightly cooler by the end of the week. it will be nice to get a little more rain around here. >> yeah. but as long as there is sunshine and they will get that tomorrow. >> right. >> thank you. of all the new gadgetsen vented in the bay area, few have been as widely anticipated and criticized at google glass. but as abc jonathan bloom found out, glass may be getting a new life with the people who could one day save your life. it's a story you will seasonal on abc7 news.
>> doctors in white lab courts crowded around this ambulance where a patient some thought was dead is very much alive. that patient is google glass. >> the new version of google glass 2.0 that is much improved across many different features. >> you can't buy the new version of glass except through a company like crowd optic. >> over there. >> two years ago they put glass on the indiana pacers players and cheerleaders. >> he drops to the right side. >> last year they did this in a concert on stroke surgery. >> i am seeing the view you see on the screen. >> now they will stream video back to the hospital. from google glass and two cameras at the same time. >> you have the shaky thing you can get in there and see what the person is seeing but you can also see the more wide angle view. >> take a look at my nose here. >> it's built to diagnose a stroke. >> puts a physician's as in the head of the paramedic. >> a neurologist can talk them through the physical exam to doing patients on the way to the
hospital. >> i can access this direct link and help them and maybe meet them in the ambulance. >> because saving time means saving lives. >> we can probably save up to two hours. we think that makes a difference between somebody being a 60% chance of a good outcome to somewhere around 75 or 80% chance after good outcome. >> like other things in medicine, the new technology will have to be systematically tested and proven to work. it will begin here at ucsf the next few months. >> we have to validate this actually makes a difference. >> they have hay hopes. >> we all want to help more people than we currently are. being able to clone ourselves through a tell presence would allow us to help anyone around the city where the device is in place instead of being stuck in one position. >> in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. coming up, a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new playland in san francisco. the features you can experience in the city's outer sunset district starting today.
frances scott key annex on 34th avenue between juno and irving. it was an effort to turn over an acre of asphalt into a site that features a community garden, bike tracks, a playground area. the doors open 10:00. next, a shocking crime has devastated the san francisco legal community. new information on the murder of a public defender. and deputies clash with protesters at san francisco city hall. about why demonstrators want police chief greg suhr to be fired.
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>> it's saturday, may 7th. thanks for waking up with us. i'm chris nguyen. here's lisa argen, meteorologist, she's tracking the green on the screen. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. we rate our storms from 1 to 35. the light system today could spread from a couple hundredths to over .2-inch. rain and possibility of an isolated thunderstorm. it's confined in the north bay and the delta right now. dough bagga bay, marshall, dillon beach getting wet weather. out toward the north bay and further north throughout the delta looking at mount st. helena and middletown some showers and then through vallejo, highway 37, 80 and perhaps a little further south maybe some s