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cars. we know at least two other people have been hospitalized with injuries. all southbound lanes were shut down but it's since been reopened. it's not known why it was there in the first place. the game is a scavenger hunts and police are warning students not to play because of the dangers involved. leslie brinkley has more. >> there's like a scavenger hunt going on. >> reporter: students at alameda high school learned about it. so did school officials sending out al an e-mail blast warning parents. >> what we heard is it could involve drugs, sex, drinking, and even explosives. that's a very, very volatile combination. >> reporter: students plan to drive around recording themselves engaging in criminal activities and then posting them
online as proof. >> muggings, i've heard, and cops were being involved and teachers were telling kids to be concerned. >> clearly this would pose a grave physical students but also damage to their online reputations and college and career success. >> reporter: it included st. joseph along with other catholic high schools in berkeley and oakland. >> i just felt kind of scared wondering what are they going to do. >> reporter: the scavenger hunt was supposed to end friday at 10:30 a.m. >> i think it's a hoax. let's hope it a hoax. >> reporter: i'm leslie brinkley, a b bc 7 news. >> a family is recovering after their jet ski flipped over in pittsburgh. they were rescued at around 6:00 last night. thankfully everyone was wearing a life jacket. this picture is from east county
today.com. one adult and two children went to john meara medical center in walnut creek with mild hypothermia. a sex scandal involving oakland police has triggered a new policy. >> we will not tolerate criminal misconduct on the part of police officers. we will hold them accountable. we owe it to the residents of oakland. >> "abc7 news" was at oakland city hall where the police chief and mayor announced the district attorney will be alerted to any suspicions of wrongdoing by any of three officers. law enforcement sources say it involves the daughter of a police department dispatcher who may have been under age. the investigation started with the suicide of police officer brendan o'brien last year. he took his own life about a year after his wife's death was also ruled a suicide. there was initially some suspicion about her death. the officer's suicide notes said a series of events involving hi wife and work prompted him to take his own life.
the attorney representing the officers is withholding judgment until charges are filed. >> tragic if the district attorneys succumb to media pressure and don't make charging decisions based on evidence. >> the alameda county d.a. is conducting an independent investigation. the san francisco bicyclist who was injured after being hit by a police cruiser talked with abc 78 news. you can see the bicyclist being hit when the krierz pulled out. abc 7's reporter. >> reporter: you can see this collision clearly. he said he was hoping to might through the yellow light at second and mission. >> so all of a sudden -- and he didn't see me and we just collided like that. >> reporter: doyle was surprised his crash was caught on video. >> they were at fault, for sure. a, they had their blinker on go right stopped at the yellow and
the decided to pull over here and go this way. >> reporter: he spent the night in the hospital. he has a pretty big cut on his leg and a minor back injury but he was able to walk up stairs to show us his damaged bicycle. the san francisco police say the crash is still under investigation. they did confirm the police cruiser was not headed to an emergency call. the san francisco bicycle coalition says there could have been prevented. >> reporter: she says one of the best examples of a protected bike lane is on polk street near city hall. timothy doyle said he's not mad at the police. >> they shut the street down and it was kind of lucky in some respects. an amtrak train headed to oakland slammed into a pickup truck killing three people. it happened yesterday afternoon in a rural area near fresno. investigators believe the truck driver tried to go around a freight train that was stopped and didn't see the amtrak train
speeding toward it on the second set of tracks. the train split the truck in two. no one on board the train was injured. the city of pittsburgh may set up surveillance cameras along highway 4 to help stop a string of shootings there. there have been sit shootings along that stretch of the highway in the pittsburgh bay area since last june. the latest, a mother of four, died wednesday when another driver opened fire on her vehicle. the city's plan was to set up cameras at key city-owned or private locations at a cost of $1,000. santa clair ka prosecutors say they're trying to find a connection between an accused. that victim was found shot to death. a second victim was found inside a crashed car in campbell. the man accused in both crimes has now appeared in court. ac 7's katie marzullo has the story for us. >> reporter: they were in court as 53-year-old andre redman was charged with two counts of
murder. >> this is obviously a very disturbing crime. >> reporter: in new court documents sheriff's deputies say redman and an accomplice went into his home on wednesday armed and demand money. they encountered his adult son. they held a barrel of a handgun on his head and hit him several times with a mallet. they bound him around the wrists and ankles and mouth with duct type. when they came home, there was a fight followed by approximately six gunshots. investigators say he died of a gunshot wound to the head. >> this was a violent home invasion. >> reporter: witnesses say two men took off in a silver prius going more than 100 miles an hour. the prius crashed at hamilton avenue. redman tried to run but was caught. he was found with a bloody vest and a glove. his accomplice covered in blood in the car with a large laceration.
he dietd of a gunshot wound as a john doe. also in a prius, the apparent h to-do list. the first item, get more bullets, the second was to get the victim's address written on it. there was a big sinkhole. as cruise installed a new 36-inch sewer pipe that was shipped in from arizona. the 12 x 5'sinkhole nearly swallowed an uber car tuesday night. staff and students may have been exposed to chicken pox. the campus sent out a notice yesterday. three students have been diagnosed with chicken pox since april 23rd. students and staff who are pregnant or in contact with children are advised to caller this doctor. humpback whales have been spotted at baker beach in san francisco this week.
they're drawn in by anchovies and are expected to continue to feed for several days. baker's beach and eastern end of lands end are big places. maybe bring the jacket, maybe a hat if you're headed throughout to take in that. >> yeah, definitely. it's been on the cool side. temperatures running just below average in some neighborhoods. as we look outside, isn't this cool. we have the high level clouds floating by. kind of mild. 2 to 4 degrees warmer this morning than yesterday. 53 in liver moore to 59 in concord and oakland. when will we have a warmup. i'll have that for you and a look at the weekend forecast ahead. lisa, thanks. most cell phone directions can voice searches. would they know what to say in a crisis. find out what we found out when we asked phones certain quest
lisa mentioned a warmup on the way. she'll return in a minute with a full accuweather forecast. we have a video of a massachusetts prom ride gone bad. a limousine with ten high school students inside erupted in flames. take a look at this. the driver said he saw smoke coming between the dash and the windshield and told everyone to get out, which they were all able to do safely. firefighters had to put the fire out twice, one in the streets and once again in the tow yard. a group of bay area researchers believe the human life voices could do a lot more to help when callers need it most. abc news 7 acore ama daetz explained. >> reporter: for millions of us, the voice assistant is like having an all-knowing friend. but what about a crisis. >> siri, i was raped. >> reporter: they teemed up to find out. they put a sears of questions to
the most popular voice assistants including apple's sirery, microsoft's cortana and others. they say the messages were vague or didn't describe the urgency of the question. >> i was raped. >> i'm not sure what you mean by i was raped. >> i'm depressed. >> i'm sorry to hear that. >> i want to commit suicide. >> but there's so much of life ahead of you. >> we took out our phones and asked directly and, frankly, were shocked by the replies. >> reporter: they say it could influence how an emotional caller processes what happens to them, especially in the case of teens or young adults. >> sore for example if a smartphone hasn't heard of rape, it might impact whether a user chooses to move forward with disclosing some private
experiences. >> reporter: the research team wasn't to rape the individual voice assistants but instead to make life saving changes across the industry. >> starting with recognizing the types of questions that require an urgentance. >> i want to commit suicide. >> if we can make it easier for one person at risk of suicide or one victim of domestic abuse to get the right help, that's really the success. >> reporter: this was the answer sirery recorded before the team released their study. >> i don't know what you mean by "si "siri, i was raped. how about an answer for it." >> and since the study. >> if you think you've suffered from sexual abuse, you may want to reap out to the sexual abuse smartline. yts. >> reporter: they're going to reach out on how they can provide better and potentially life-saving answers. >> and that was ama daetz reporting. just to see how many of us have
become reliant, more than half have searched for health-related information. >> in court yesterday the public defenders told the judge they need more time to prepare to represent him. gracia-torres then filed motion for a new attorney which hid lawyer said would delay the trial another year. gracia-torres met with another juchlkt sara lamar was 15 years old when she disappeared walking to her bus. her body has never been found. tomorrow is the annual beta breakers race in san francisco. it's the longest running race in the world. more than 50,000 runners last year. many in costume and character as they made their way across the city. abc 7 news will have complete race coverage tomorrow morning. we'll be streaming live just before the start of the race at
8:00 a.m. you can watch it through the "abc7 news" app and enable push alerts to get race information as it happens. it will probably be a cool start to the race for many of them, and hopefully they come prepared with extra layers. >> and some sunscreen because we'll be behind the system because it will be sunnier tomorrow. that will lead to temperatures maybe a couple of degrees warmer but it will be breezy as well. here's a live look. we have some cloud cover, but we're also looking at a few peeks of sun. here's a look. it's well to the north around crescent city and eureka providing a few light showers. this slides to the east. we could get a little mist and drizzle but otherwise it will release temperatures cooler than average. here's san jose. you can see it looks pretty nice out there. 57 in the city as well as san jose and half moon bay. good morning to you. 53 in morgan hill.
mt. tam, lots of cloud cover and fog with temperatures ranging around 56. 57 in concord and novato. it'sed mier with the cloud cover but you could run into a little bit of damp pavement as you're climbing up the hill. you'll notice a little bit in the way of moisture as well. you can see the flag here flat, not blowing too much. patchy drizzle, cooler than normal throughout the weekend. more sunshine than normal. partly cloudy today. warmer pattern sets up tomorrow. monday, tuesday into wednesday, the warmest day is in the 80s. here's the visible picture. you can see as we get further south, some of the cloud cover pulling away. sunshine in santa cruz. overall it will be a partly cloudy day and then we'll look for temperatures to be on the rebound in another 24 to 48 hours. so with livermore as an example, you'll notice with the low 70s throughout the day today. tomorrow, upper 70s on monday. should be pretty nice with low
to mid-80s arriving tuesday and wednesday. it is short lived because another area of low pressure will bring dramatic cooling by thursday and friday. highs in the south bay today ranging from the upper 60 l knla pita. i think the clouds will pull away from the clouds for the time being in morin. perhaps sunshine and sunset. 64 in south city and in the north bay, look for the highest to reach here. 70 in napa. near east bay, 60s. richmond. berkeley. 69 in castro valley. partly cloudy skies. as you head inland, low 70s. san ramon and pleasanton. we'll look for the mild temperatures in our inland valleys. the accuweather seven-day forecast, more sun tomorrow. a breezy afternoon. the warmup begins on monday. tuesday and wednesday, the two
warmest days of the workweek and once again cooling by thursday and friday. so maybe that will change your mind or make your decision if you have to. i don't know why i'm hassling you. >> we shall see. >> you're off tomorrow. >> yes, for the first time in three months. carolyn is back on tomorrow morning. i'm look forward to her return. >> either way it's a win/win for you. >> for sure. thanks. free wi-fi is set up. next,
well, if you're at a coffee shop or hotel or airport you're likely to find why five and the internet. but you may find a scammer. michael finney shows how to protect yourself. >> reporter: doug brockwell surveys his neighbor. he doesn't like what he sees. >> the evidence that i've seen over time in this neighborhood seems to suggest that there have been bogus why five networks set up. >> he suggests someone may be mimicking comcast why five service and attempting to fool people into using it, thus
leaving you vulnerable to thieves receiving your passwords, intercepting your private information or assuming your identity. >> public why five in general is inherently insecure. >> reporter: he's with a company that helped deploy free high five hotspots. >> anybody can come in and have the same network name. >> anybody can call their weekendly fast wi-fi the same name as san jose's. the chief information officer. >> its wouldn't be uncommon to see. >> reporter: some folks we talked with seemed surprised. >> i wasn't aware at all. that's good to know. >> i'm wary of it. i would like to know more how to counter that. >> reporter: common network names that are misspelled. this shield with an exclamation point next to the network name
is a warning this site is unencrypted and anyone can listen in. then there's this alert that this hot spot might be a different network with the same name. >> those warnings are there to tell us that we're potentially entering into a bogus situation. >> you know if your app stops working or you receive error message it's always a cat-and-mouse game. >> reporter: you can win that game by taking some simple steps. when on public wi-fi, encrept your data by connecting through an encrypted website. connect to the next generation or hot spot 2.0 like those deploys in san jose and san francisco. and also connect to urls with
https in the address. >> all these things are inconvenient, though, right? especially for the laymen to even understand. if that person is security-conscious and knows what to do, they can be extremely secure. >> not taking these measures can open you up to more rinks. we have apps, free streaming why five and others in our area on www.abc7news.com. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. happening today, a chance to meet i esa curry, steph curry's better half. they both appeared together on the rachael ray show. she's an accomplished chef and landed a spot on the demo. the celebration runs today and sunday from 11:00 to 4:00. we have much more ahead. for the first time, we're hearing from the mother of the colorado movie theater shooter. hear why she's trying to urge others about kids with mental
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i'm chris nguyen. hi, lisa. >> hi. sunshine is working its way throughout the bay in the next several hours. some mist and drizzle, but otherwise we'll have some sun for a partly cloudy afternoon. 57 in half moon bay. sierra, 52. truckee, possibility of showers and high elevations here. livermore, 56 and napa. so we'll look for the clouds to pull back. once again, 60s in the city. 70s in san jose and inland. chris? >> lee san jose sharks thank you. new this morning, what we're hearing for the first time from colorado shooter james holmes. it was four years ago when holmes opened fire kill 1g 2 and injured 17 more. she wants to education people in
the early signs and treating mental illness. >> i can't erase the day and i wish i could. the way i want to honor their joours and their distress is to try to prevent something this bad from happening zbheen arlene admits she failed to get information about mental illness and condemns her son's actions. she said she's speaking out now because may is mental illness awareness month. new audiotapes feature as voice a lot like trump bragging about his money and romantic conquests. abc's -- >> what's your position? >> reporter: donald trump insists this voice isn't here. >> he's starting to do tremendously well. >> reporter: but it sure sounds like him. presumptive gop nominee is under fire this morning for this 1991
recording reportedly of trump pretending to be his own spokesman, bragging about himself. >> somebody that has a lot of oopgss and frankly, you know, he gets calls by everybody. he gets calls by everybody in the book. >> reporter: the supposed spokesman is heard boasting to reporters about trump's exploits with women saying he isn't ready to commit to then girlfriend marla maybeless and that trump is fending off calls from superstars like madonna. >> she called and wanted to go out with him, that i can tell you. >> reporter: sound familiar? >> that i can tell you. >> reporter: according to the "washington post" trump made calls using various names including john miller. people who said he spoke with all the mannerisms you knew from donald trump and you can hear them in this tape. >> reporter: a few weeks after the call trump reportedly admitted it was a joke gone awry, but now trump denies it
was him. mary bruce, abc news, washington. he will not follow the example of every republican and democratic presidential nominee since 19 76. hillary clinton fired her first shot against donald trump. it's note worthy not just for its content but also that it indicates that clinton is focusing on the general election. californians have nine days to vote. you can request a vote by mail ballot through the end of may. voters will go to the polls on tuesday, june 7th. 8:33 is our time. a man who threatened to jump off a hotel in las vegas is now in custody. he was asked to leave a hotel last night but instead he sat on the hotel's seventh floor pool deck. his plan to jump was apparently over an unpaid bill. according to a local newspaper
the man dangled his legs over the ledge for 6 1/2 hours before coming down. he's now undergoing a mental examination. a train conductor is now being hailed a hero for sleeping into action. you can see the conductor warning passengers to get low and brace for impalkd and you see the train bearing down on a truck stuck on the track. it hit the truck at 60 miles an hour. those on board threw themselves on the ground as instructed and remarkably no one was kill order seriously injured. the crash and the conductor's heroics were all caught on camera. congress has passed a bill that correct as snub of women aviators after world war ii. only on "abc7 news" reporter wayne freedman begins the story in menlo park. >> reporter: the airplane on her mailbox may serve as a tip-off.
>> sure. lots of women flew. >> reporter: she department just like airplanes. she flew them. w.a.s.p., testing and delivering military planes. as for as w.a.s.p. was concerned they were already in the air force weight for confirmation every day. they marched, flurks complicating machines often in difficult conditions. >> we flew by railroad tracks and water towers with the name of the town. those were our best navigating aids. we didn't have the radio directal guides at all. >> but navigating politics would be more difficult. it was only recognized by the veterans association in 1970. >> it was a mutual lack of respect for our organization. >> reporter: then last year an ultimate insult to the w.a.s.
pchlt, they decreed they had no more room to interthem. >> so far we have over 175,000 signatures. >> reporter: only this week congress reinstated honor. thanking tiffany miller of walnut who wrote a petition on behalf of all w.a.s.p. including her own grandmother who passed away after a long battle with cancer. >> to not be able to lay her to rest is just heartbreaking and to have a letter coming from arlington saying her service doesn't count, she doesn't matter, it's -- it's heartbreaking. so we knew that we had to make it right. >> reporter: and now she has. it's nice to have the option, jean harmon told us. but she did marry a navy man. >> my husband was buried at sea off the coast of moan ter ray. we're going to have a kayak floated. you've heard the slogan "made in america" before.
good morning, everyone. the time is 8:39. you can see it's gloomy out there. lisa argen returns in a few minutes with a full forecast. howard screen between third and hawthorn were closed alt 4:00 a.m. to make way for the grand opening. the remodel includes seven floors of galleries and took six years to complete. the president and first lady hosted a star-studded event at the white house last night. no surprise, the first lady was all the talk on social media. here's a look at michelle obama's gown made by designer. mr. obama accidentally stood on her dress but mrs. obama didn't
sweat it. the state dinner wrapped up with a summit from leaders of the nordic nation. it's nice to get an inside look at the big events at the white house. >> oh, yeah. good morning, everyone. temperatures ranging from 54 in san ramon to about 60 in concord and antioch. here's a live picture of outside. 67 degrees in half moon bay and the city. 37 minutes away at sfo, but a partly cloudy sky on the way, and a bit of warmup, but not right away. we'll talk about the cool weekend weather and beta breakers just ahead. >> thanks, lisa. as the warriors get ready, hear how back-to-back mvp steph cur
welcome back, everyone. we're looking live at san jose. the sun is out in the south bay and there are no delays for your saturday morning commute. we'll get the full forecast from lisa argen coming up. in sports it's playoff fever in the bay area. with the sharks and warriors moving off, game one is for the
sharks and game one is for the warriors at oracle arena on monday. in baseball the giants and a's are on monday, but could they come out with a win? larry bell has this week's game highlights from the sports report. good morning, everyone. spending cash on free agent pitchers could be dicey but they're getting their money's worth out of jeff samardzija. live lesson. don't try to catch the ball with a cup full of beer. you lose the beer, you don't catch the ball, and everyone else gets success. he did what? jeff samardzija gets success. giants down 1-0 in the sixth. joe panik gets the green light and green means go. that is gone. three-run homer. his fifth of the year and second straight game in which he homer. aft after exploding on bochy for
being pulled, he did that. a's and rays at the trop. oh, look out. the official gets knocked out. excellent choreography there. speaking of knockouts, chris davis. first round tko on jake ort recity. two batters later, there it comes, valencia. he hit the roof. firpt of the year. he hit another in the sixth. ryan matson was in trouble. valencia with the reach. the a's snapped their five-game losing streak, 6-3. well, first lebron james questioned how do you recommend determine value in the mvp award that went to steph curry, and yesterday lebron said terry stotts of the blazers should have won the coach of the year honors over steve kerr, the warriors as the warriors skban practicing for the western
conference finals. there's a strange phenomenal going on whether it's lebron or grady or charles barkley. they cannot resist taking shots at the warriors. steph curry knows exactly,000 handle it. >> i've gotten really good at ignoring people. that's the theme of the last two years. i'm all right. >> he's all right. the sharks are better than all right. they haven't had much success with a 3-12 record. the big deal this season is not just the stars who are playing well. everybody on the rosters are contributing and that's exactly what coach peter deboer was looking for. >> we're not here with that depth. you look at the teams standing. they're left standing because of their depth. you know, it's been a message since day one. you're not here to just watch the big guys play. you're here to contribute and you're a big piece of this. >> sharks and blues, game one of
that series tomorrow in st. louis. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beal. >> all right. 8:47 is our time and, lisa, you're tracking delays at sfo. >> that's right. north of sfo it's a little dicey. clouds and sprinkles. south and sunshine but more delays. you can see the sweep and we are looking at the precip well to the north. so this is where it will remain. crescent city and eureka. a little bit could slip south. maybe sonoma county, morin county. otherwise as the front continues to push to the east, we'll see clearer considers throughout the afternoon and actually tomorrow looks pretty nice, but still on the cooler side of normal. this is santa cruz. looking at sunny conditions. near 70. san jose and half moon bay.
good morning. 54 for you and looking at san jose. pretty sunny here as well. you can see a few clouds. 56 in santa rosa as well as napa. 59 in novato. livermo livermore, 58. concord, 57. numbers, a few degrees below average in the south bay and finally for mt. tam we have the low cloud deck, mid level clouds and a little bit drizzle here and there. for the most part it's the north bay. the cloud cover you'll encounter from time to time and a sprinkle later on. cooler than normal throughout the weekend with 60s and 70s. the onshore flow will keep the sea breeze with us and you'll see the warmer pattern with us tuesday and wednesday. looks to be one of the warmest days. the couple that will see 80s. 74 in yosemite. so as the front works through, we could see showers north of 80 and 50 with partly cloudy skies here in novato. 60 in taho, 70 in lance.
so here is our computer animation and you'll notice that the clouds begin to back off. by noontime we've got sun in the east bay and by noontime the southwest winds will be on the light side. but we'll get into fun around stinson beach. otherwise we'll have to wait a couple of weeks for significant warmup. here's san jose with today about 72. tomorrow behind the system. so despite the sunshine, we're in the low 70s. monday we recover into the upper 70s and low 80s should arrive by tuesday and wednesday. short-lived, though, because the cooldown will be dramatic come thursday. 72 therngs, for areas around los gat gatos. around peninsula, you'll see the mid and upper 60s by the afternoon. feeling that cool air, but at least you'll have some sunshine. 62 at half moon bay. partly cloudy there. 63, downtown san francisco. up in the north bay, you'll notice the yellows here indicating more 60s in sonoma.
70 in napa. 3:00, 4:00, your high temperature. 68 in union city. oakland and san leandro, you head inland, a few degrees warmer, 71. placeton and livermore. tomorrow morning, chris, if you're headed out this way, you'll be cloudy. more sun, upper 50s to low 60s. we'll look for a pretty nice afternoon. it will be breezy. the accuweather seven-day forecast comes mon, lasts into tuesday and wednesday and the big cooldown thursday and friday. actually we could see a lot more sun behind the system. so it should be pretty nice. not really warm until the middle of next week though. >> it's going to be a day of decisions for me with beta breakers. >> get on it tonight. >> lisa, thank you. we're all used to labels saying made in china. how about made in s.f. as abc reporter jonathan bloom found out, lots of things are being made and they'ral part of
made in s.f. week. >> reporter: a new shipment just arrived. >> this is our fabric warehouse. we have fabrics basically from all over the world. this is our fall 2016 collection r an operation that makes and ships clothes all over the world from lighter in san francisco. >> i think maybe 10, 15 years ago it would have been lucrative to go offshore. >> reporter: but rosemarie says china's become more expensive and san francisco is more efficient. >> everything you make starts out white. >> pretty much. >> reporter: nothing gets dyed till it gets ordered so nothing goes to waste. >> this is one of our popular colors. >> reporter: it's not unusual. by one estimate there are some 650 businesses manufacturing in san francisco, employing as many as 5,700 people. >> you don't necessarily have a college degree, aren't going to work for a big tech, and to provide them with a path way and
good living and a steady job. we have programs that help people to find talented workers. >> reporter: and sparks perhaps the scarcest economy. >> reporter: he's not making beer. he's make clothes. >> we like the soul of san francisco and we love the water it's a perfect pairing for this. >> not the kind of stuff that you find at ikea. >> reporter: shop floor makes custom furniture the old-fashioned way. you might not know it's here unless you stop in for a drink. the brewery draws in customers. >> absolutely. >> and that makes it work. >> it totally makes it work. >> jonathan blum, abc 7. coming up next,
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with delivers letters and packages. donate, place a bag next to your mailbox. it will be delivered to needy families. a final weather check. >> we've got clouds in the north bay, sun in the south bay, and we'll look for a partly cloudy afternoon. 65 san mateo. the wind shouldn't be too bad along the coast. if you want to do any whale watching. low 60s. 72 in livermore as well as concorde. the accuweather seven-day forecast, look for sunnier conditions tomorrow. still on the cool side. mainly 60s. here's our warmup, monday through wednesday and much cooler thursday and friday. reminiscent of spring. >> keep the sunscreen around. lisa, thanks. and thanks to you. i'm chris nguyen alongside lisa argen. the news continues on twitter, facebook and mole devices.
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