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good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler, thanks for joining us on this sunday, may 29, let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa. >> hi, carolyn, good morning to you, we have a little cooldown under way with low clouds and fog at the coast. here's live doppler 7 hd and you notice we are looking at a little cloud cover but temperatures are still up in our inland east bay. 61 in san ramona. 56 in san jose with 51 in the north bay. so 24 hours ago we were much warmer, low clouds and fog will set up to keep the shoreline cooler today and, in fact, in and around the bay as well. here's a look at santa cruz. your highs today then ranging
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from the 60s at the coast, only partial clearing. i think you'll clear from marin county. san mateo coast, not likely. low 90s inland, no changes inland but that sea breeze and a little fog keeps us cooler today but we'll switch it around for the holiday tomorrow. carolyn? >> thank you, lisa. >> move. [ yelling ] >> all right, i don't know if you were watching last night, i certainly was. the warriors quieting the thunder in o.k.c. to force a deciding game seven back here at home at hor kuala lumpur arena tomorrow. they touched down in the bay area at 2:00 this morning. the warriors provided by this video of the team getting off the plane after landing in oakland. golden state will play its first game seven at home in 40 years
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tomorrow. the team is encouraging fans to arrive early for the game. last night all eyes were on klay thompson who said an nba playoff record by hitting 11 threes. the splash brother has come up big the entire post-season and last night with o.k.c. focusing so much on mvp steph curry, klay needed to do it again. he scored a career high 41 points. he said he was disappointed he only made 11 threes. >> i should have had at least 13s because i missed why open looks early. i didn't know i had 11 threes, i was trying to be aggressive whether i was getting in the rim or a good shot beyond the perimeter. it feels good to own the record but feel much better if we close them out on monday and play with the same toughness and resiliency we did not. >> game seven is tomorrow night at oracle arena.
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>> big game. see you monday. >> and if you want to be there in person for game seven, tickets go on sale today. season ticket holders can purchase theirs at 10:00 this morning. people on the season ticket priority wait list can buy at noon. warriors insiders and american express card holders 3:00 p.m. then the general public at 5:00. thousands of spans spent their night at oracle arena's watch party. here's a look at how the fans celebrated. >> this is what it sounds like when doves win. and phone yum erupted inside oracle arena as the warriors eked out a hard-fought win against the thunder. >> we knew we was gonna win! go warriors! >> we believed! we stayed here!
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we're bringing it back to the house and we're going to take it all the way! >> golden state trailed oklahoma city for the most of the game but the last four minutes on the clock was a blur of screams and cheers as the warriors closed in. >> request you believe how loud it is. these warriors fans are going crazy at this game. >> and then the moment where it all turned around, curry sunk a three-pointer to tie it up at 99-99. >> top of the world right now. curry and thompson carried the >>. >> reporter: the roof nearly blew at oracle arena as it never stopped. abc 7 news. doves fans outside oracle also clearly enjoyed the game
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fans taking it all in at the flatiron in san rafael. we want to see your fan photos and video when you post them to social media. just use the hashtag "doves on 7" so we can find them and feature them. from the court to the ice where history is being made by the san jose sharks. they here in the stanley cup finals for the first time. this is video of the team practicing friday. game one is tomorrow night in pittsburgh. abc 7 news reporter wayne friedman will be there. he'll bring us live reports on abc 7 news. game two is wednesday with games three and four at the tank in san jose on june 4 and 6. shark fans will be at the sap center tomorrow for game one of the stanley cup final. the team is hosting that watch party. tickets are only $5 each. the puck drops at 5:00 tomorrow night in pittsburgh. we have developing news this
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morning involving a father and daughter who have not been seen since leaving the bay area one week ago today. last night, sheriff's deputies found the body of the dad, kyler jackson, in a slough in walnut grove in sacramento. they will back at sunrise searching for his one-year-old daughter and the car they were both in. jackson and kylee left antioch sunday night around 11:00. they were on their way home to sacramento but family members say they never arrived. >> just an answer finally. it's not the answer i'm prepared for. we've been begging. i've been out here since day one and i haven't left the spot where i felt that i needed to look at. >> crews have located a large object in the water but have not confirmed whether it is the car. more developing news this morning. a vallejo family isn't giving up
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hope a missing teenager will be found. pearl pinson was kidnapped on wednesday. the one man who may know where she is was killed in a shootout with police. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow spoke with that man's neighbor. >> reporter: investigators saying their strongest lead in the search for 15-year-old pearl pinson has turned up empty. search teams calling off the search in the coastal town of jenner. >> we believe search teams have conducted a thorough search of the area and met the goals we have set and areas we wanted to search and we're confident pearl is not here. >> reporter: the one person who could know her whereabouts is gone. police shot and killed 19-year-old fernando castro after a high-speed chase. that i say he abducted pearl near this vallejo foot bridge sunday morning. castro's neighbor agreed too speak with abc 7 news 23 we disguised their identity.
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>> there's a lot of unmarked police cars and they were going back and forth with the police dogs inside the house. >> reporter: looking for clues castro may have left behind. meanti meantime, pearl's family continue the walk the foot bridge above interstate 780. >> some of us are stoic but we're hearding. even if we stay at this area, we're hoping more and more people will see us here. >> reporter: pink balloons and signs line the foot bridge, reminders pearl's family isn't giving up hope. while castro's neighbor says his family is grieving. >> they're crying and shaking. i think they're shocked. >> reporter: a search now producing more questions than answers. in vallejo, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. in stanislaw county, dive teams will continue resuming for two teenager ins oakland last seen in a reservoir. deputies in oak dale say the
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15-year-old boys jumped out of a boat into the water in the reservoir yesterday afternoon. police say it doesn't appear anyone was wearing a life jacket. some family members were able to get back into the boat but they lost site of those teenagers. a new development in the death of a high school student, marin county sheriff's deputies and san rafael police have executed a search warrant in connection with that shooting and stabbing near the my school wednesday. authorities are still searching for a third suspect. the victim has been identified as 17-year-old edwin ramirez guerra from san rafael. two suspects, ages 16 and 17 who both attended novato high school were arrested on thursday. another student who was shot and stabbed survived that attack. deputies in saratoga have arrested the driver they say hit a woman and hurt her two dogs so badly they had to be euthanized. christopher isles is in custody,
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facing felony hit-and-run charges. ann palmer provided this picture of her family and their labrador sadie and chudley. palmer was walking the dogs when a truck hit and dragged them. she was holding on to the leash and foal the ground. palmer was sent to the hospital with moderate injuries. a his-eads-up visit if you n to visit the golden gate bridge. cars won't be able to park at vista point on the marin side. taxis and ride services can only drop off passengers at vista point. the closure runs from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. today and monday as part of an ongoing effort to reduce traffic congestion in the area during busy times. i'm sure a lot of people will be out and about tomorrow and today, lisa. >> carolyn, at the golden gate bridge today not so much in the way of sunshine early on.
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we have clouds at the coast right now. here's a live look outside from the roof camera. 53 degrees in downtown san francisco and we are looking at the west wind right now. it will be with us throughout the day for a cooler afternoon for some. i'll have the details next. >> thank you, lisa. next, a traveling tribute to the fallen this memorial day weekend is in the bay area. and a farewell barbecue, the owners of a local market hoping they don't have to close.
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in the southern u.s., police are telling people to stay off the roads tonight because of flooding caused by heavy rain. in texas, four people have died,
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south carolina is under a tropical storm warning. here's the story. >> reporter: this will be a memorial day weekend of bad memories for so many in texas. floodwaters chasing them from their home. >> we got what we could and we left. >> we just keep watching the water. we have no where to go. >> reporter: as streets became rivers, they dialed 911. >> we and they got us. >> reporter: this man was removed on a stretcher. up to 16 inches of rain in 24 hours watching out roads and submerging cars, at least four dead and now five missing after days of violent storms. in wichita, an 11-year-old boy is missing after being swept away when he fell into a creek trying trying to cross it. this family heading to their
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son's graduation by boat. >> i have his cap and gown here. >> reporter: in the southeast they are bracing for tropical storm bonnie set to roll in between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. in south carolina. high winds and high surf have these life guards on high alert. the big concern -- potentially deadly riptides. >> a little choppy. a little rough. but not terrible yet. i think it will get worse. have to be careful with the kids. >> reporter: bonnie will drift north by monday making it a damp and dreary holiday for millions. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. overseas dangerous weather has injured dozens of children in paris. nine children and two adults were struck by lightning at an outdoor birthday party. they were all huddled under a tree trying to protect themselves from a thunderstorm when they got hit by a bolt. in germany, 35 people were hit by another light anyone strike
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several are seriously injured. volunteers spent yesterday honoring veterans. abc news was in san bruno for the placement of small american flags next to gravestones. there are more than 100,000 graves here. the flag placement happens on the saturday before memorial day every year. abc news was in hayward for the unveiling of the only traveling memorial honoring the fallen from the gulf war, iraq and afghanistan. the gold star's tribute wall was built there -- built here, rather, in the bay area by a local nonprofit. it's intended to comfort families who've lost loved ones. >> they're looking at this as probably the only memorial they're ever going to see to memorialize their children's sacrific
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sacrifice. >> the traveling memorial plays tribute to more than 7,000 servicemen and women. it's on display at lone tree cemetery through mamt tomorrow. a bittersweet memorial day for a barbecue for the neighbors of san francisco's fog hill market. abc 7 news was at green and kearny streets on telegraph hill as the corner store hosted a good-bye bark cue. it's likely the market will close after 20 years because of a rent hike. >> the rent went up to $5,000. we can not afford it and the landlord is not backing off so we can not pay rent. >> the store owners are hoping for a last-minute reprieve. they may be able to stay if a new landlord emerges by the end of the month and doesn't raise the rent. hod dog fans in new york got a special treat the original location of nathan's restaurant on tony island sold hot dogs for
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a nickel. hundreds of people showed up for a taste of history. nathan says it sells 500 billion hot dogs a year, some customers drove from as far away as north carolina, an eight-hour drive to be there from the big hot dog day. bart work is affecting train service between two east bay stations but some relief is coming. bart says this will be the final weekend of track closures between the san leandro and bay fair stations. the line will open at 3:00 p.m. just in time for warriors game seven against o.k.c. at oracle arena. lisa, the weather even though summer is a couple weeks away it's feeling that way already. >> carolyn, i think you'll feel the change today. we had fog at the coast that will ramp up the marine layer and right now it's at about 1500 feet so live doppler 7 hd you
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can see a little cloud cover here. it's 57 in mountain view. half moon bay 56 in san jose. from our tower camera, looks pretty good out there. sun coming up just before 6:00. 51, santa rosa. 48 knnovato. so we are looking at the low clouds, the fog, and that gusty sea breeze later on this afternoon. so san francisco, oakland, not as warm as it was yesterday. you'll still have that warmth in our inland east bay. i think the north bay, marin county will clear and we'll look for a warmer day tomorrow for everyone memorial day. so we will be looking at the pollen count continuing to be a problem out there for tree pollen and mold spores so some
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of you certainly know about this, some of the juniper, oak and cedar really causing some problems out there. so we have that going for us but we also have the fog from the san mateo coast southward from san mateo to monterey. i think you'll get the sun from bodega bay to ocean beach and late in the day the san mateo county coast should see sunshine. so taking it to tomorrow, the holiday, look at the warmth heading our way from our east bay. 95 in antioch, 91 in livermore. warmest days where we bump the numbers back up through the 90s. 85 redwood city, 91 in san jose. then by wednesday the sea breeze returns but, boy, we have more heat on the way for the end of the week. then you're right, summer isn't even here yet, 87 today in san jose, look for 88, santa cruz cooler, you'll have fog down
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leer, 84 in sunny veil. pacifica, half moon bay stale gray. 82 palo alto and mountain view. around san francisco you're cooler this afternoon with sun in the 60s. 85 sonoma, 82 in novato. 74 in oakland so big switch for you. hayward perhaps you'll see numbers in the upper 70s. newark about 80, 86 in concord and we'll look at another warm day today in the north bay for bottle rock. temperatures there once again in the mid-80s. if you're headed over to the east bay, a cooler afternoon in the low 70s but the accuweather seven-day forecast, check it out. mid-90s returning tomorrow. warmer on tuesday after the holiday. a couple degrees of cooling midweek and look at that friday forecast. we are hot again and just fyi, meteorological summer starts june 1, if you cared about that. >> i do care, of course. thank you, lisa.
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up next, everyone needs a little love sometimes. the story behind the man and all of these hugs. and in honor of asian-pacific american heritage month we're using our abc 7 news bay area instagram feed to showcase significant places where you live. today we're highlighting the gateway arch on grant avenue at bush street in san francisco's chinatown. it was dedicated october 18, 1970. it was designed by chinese american architect clayton lee. you can learn more on our abc 7 news bay area instagram feed.
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>> one, two, three, four, five -- a man in india setting a record in india. you can see krishna kumar breaking the record for most hugs given by an individual in one minute. the previous hug record was 77. he managed to hug 79 children at a school. parents in southern california are demanding an apology after their kids ended up in controversial yearbook pictures. at yuka valley high school, beth gonzalez says the year bbook teacher told students to bring in props for what they call the senior speciuperlative section. the teacher wasn't sure what to bring so she gave them plastic guns, knives, and bombs and they were posed with the caption "teacher's worst nightmare." >> it's plastic, a teacher is giving it to us. i didn't think it was anything wrong. if the teacher has in the a
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drawer, what's so wrong with it? >> those pictures surfaced on social media with comments referencing isis. the teacher says she didn't mean malicious intent with the props. the school says it does not plan to reprint or recall the yearbooks. in sacramento, a graduating high school student from elk grove was escorted out of his graduation ceremony because of a wardrobe choice. nyree holmes wore an african kente cloth over his graduation robe. the piece of fabric is worn during special occasions in his home country of ghana. school officials say he ignored the dress requirements which are only cap, gun, and awards. sheriff's deputies escorted holmes out of the ceremony before he could get his dip paloma. >> i wasn't acting out of hand. i wanted to show my cultural and religious pride. >> it could have been handled differently if we had more site personnel straited from the school site to talk with the
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student. >> a security guard helped holmes get back into the arena to pick up his diploma. school officials say they will reexamine the dress code policy. a small point yay res will be closed to pretext a rare bird. the engadangered snowy moreoveyd the bird's success requires they not be disturbed. the close jury between the north beach parking lot to south of the mouth of abbot isla goon. point reyes is one of the few remaining nesting grounds. the closure ends on labor day. all eyes on california with less than two weeks to go until primary. the latest from the campaign trail. also, questions about the future of the summer olympics. just about two months away. the hundreds of doctors who say
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the games should be moved
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welcome back, everyone, we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lee is arch. >> good morning to you, hi, everyone. we have changes you can see in the bottom of the screen the fog that has arrived in san francisco so with the southwest wind increasing we will see a sea breeze. it's 56 in san jose, good morning to you. we're looking at low 50s, san francisco, mid-50s across the bay in oakland. so changes from oakland, san francisco, not a whole lot of change in morgan hill. 54 half moon bay, you'll see a little afternoon clearing there. upper 40s in novato. 55 in livermore. so low clouds and fog but they
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quickly clear. the marin county coast will still have around half moon bay, pacifica should be partial sun. wide range, 60s to 90s, warmer for the holidays tomorrow. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. in the race for president, senator bernie sanders will be back in the bay area tomorrow with two events in oakland. he held a rally in bakersfield last night after events in santa barbara and santa maria earlier in the day. hillary clinton did not have any campaign events in california yesterday but five current and former mayors from all over the country stumped for her. with just 11 days until the primary, all eyes are on california. abc neuews devin dwyer has the story. >> reporter: bernie sanders in california the only candidate on the campaign trail this holiday
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weekend. >> what is most important to my mind is that we have the strongest democratic candidate out there who, in fact, will not only defeat mr. trump but will demolish mr. trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: but sanders wasn't the only one talking -- or in donald trump's case tweeting -- overnight. the likely republican nominee addressing this. protests erupting outside his friday night speech in san diego. trump thanking police for "handling the thugs who tried to disrupt our very peaceful and well-attended rally." the protest outside the event just miles from the border with mexico lasted hours after trump left the stage. people waving mexican flags and holding up trump pinatas, police decked out in riot gear confronting the crowds, beating back demonstrators with batons, using pepper spray, arresting 35 people. >> we're going to build a wall. latinos for trump, i love you. >> the backlash not stopping trump from plugging his border
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wall and lashing out at hillary clinton. >> she shouts into the microphone and it drives everybody crazy. >> reporter: clinton in california friday saying she's ready to take on trump. >> we don't want a bully in the white house but we can use the bully pulpit. >> reporter: but first, clinton must stop bernie sanders, sanders calling for a debate with trump after trump said no. >> for a guy who changes his position so many times, i would hope he would change it one more time and say yes. >> reporter: devon dwyer, abc news, washington. as the california primary nears, senator dianne feinstein will discuss hillary clinton's e-mail troubles. she'll also talk about the intense democratic fight unfolding here in california on this week. you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 3:00 this afternoon. that's a schedule change because of the indy 500. abc 7 news was in oakland as
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voters got a head start on the june 7 primary. the alameda county registrar of voters is open this weekend for people who want to vote earl will any the election. staff has set up a ballot drop stop outside the registrar's office for voters to deliver their mail-in ballots. the registrar's office is open today from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and again next weekend. we have new detail this is morning about the death of a young new orleans pelicans player. bryce dejean-jones was fatally shot after breaking down the door of a dallas apartment early yesterday morning. police say jones went to look for his girlfriend around 3:00 in the morning but ended up at the wrong apartment, kicking in the door. the man inside woke up and called out to him but after get nothing response police say the man fired his gun. jones collapsed and died later at the hospital. he was 23 years old.
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a four-year-old boy came face to face with a 400-pound gorilla after falling into his enclosure at the cincinnati zoo yesterday afternoon. security guards killed this male gorilla, saying tranquilizing him would be too risky for the little boy. zoo officials say the child crawled through a barrier and then fell 10 to 12 feet into the or go gorilla moat. he was picked up and carried around by the gorilla for about ten minutes. a cincinnati zoo employee shot the animal when the child was in between his legs. zoo employees then unlocked the gate. two firefighters quickly retrieved the little boy. >> sad day all the way around. the right choice was made, it was a difficult choice. we have protocols and procedures, we do drills with our dangerous animal response team. >> that little boy is expected to survive. he was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. a man in washington state is
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talking about how he survived falling down two waterfalls. josh ryker 70 feet after slibing on a rock in olympia national park. as he was falling he hit a rock, shattering his feet. after the fall he managed to swim to the side of the river. it took nine and a half hours for rescuers to get to him. the hiker just got out of the hospital. he has casts on both of his legs. when asked what he was thinking during that fall, he says, hey, it's just a miracle he did not die. >> i guess that's the closest thing to a thought i could be thinking at this point is you better just live. >> i hear you. richert says he knew he was stuck on the rock and needed rescuing. he thinks he fell because he tried to get himself out instead of waiting for rescuers to come and get him. more than 200 scientists and doctors want to move or delay the summer olympics. concerns over the spread of the zika virus prompted them to send a letter to the world health
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organization claiming the virus is an unnecessary risk to the half million tourists expected to come to drizzle. the who has advised pregnant women to avoid travel there but says the games should continue. >> a lot of people going to rio, they have potential to bring the disease all over the world if they get infected there. >> i don't know anyone that has got the zika virus and i know a lot of people. this is not a big issue. >> there are more than 100,000 cases of szika in brazil. half are in rio. yesterday more than 300,000 people watched as marching bands and race car drivers made their way down the streets of downtown indiana. the 33 starting drivers served as honorary grand marshals. and we have a live look right
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now at the indianapolis motor speedway. coverage starts at 8:00 this morning and the race starts at 9:00 right here on abc 7. much more ahead on the abc 7 morning news. building blocks in the bay area get a high tech twist. how kids literally get hands on training to create computer code. and here is a live look from our roof cam. hard to tell, but it's got some warrior blue there. a heat wave is on the way and lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few.
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ask your doctor about xarelto®. check throughout gigantic see spon sea sponge. scientists discovered it last summer. it's about the size of a minivan. it was spotted about 7,000 feet down a marine conservation area. scientists believe it may be centuries old and could be the oldest-living animal on the planet. the purpose of last year's expedition was to survey parts of hawaii that have been unexplored. lisa, it's going to feel a bit like hawaii around here this week.
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>> absolutely. we are looking at low clouds and fog in santa cruz. you were in the low 70s yesterday. today a bit of cooling as our marine layer influences beaches and areas close to the bay and coast. i'll explain and have a full look at your memorial day holiday and beyond forecast next. >> thank you, lisa. also next, what a performance! klay thompson leads the doves, making an nba record game seven tomorrow at oracle arena. we have the highlights and the post-game reaction. you'll want to see this coming spokesbox: ♪ go paperless, don't stress, girl ♪ ♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪
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i am pumped up today because of this. they did it! the warriors will host their first game seven at home in 40 years following last night's thrilling game six victory in oklahoma city. here's rick kwan, he's got the highlights in this morning's sports. >> reporter: good morning. thanks a record-setting performance from klay thompson, the warriors now have a chance
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to become just the 10th team in nba history to come back from a 3-1 series deficit. thunder fans were hoping their teams could close it out last night and for a while it looked like o.k.c. would do just that. steven adams with a monster dunk. the thunder led by as much 15z the first half. kevin durant kept golden state at bay with 29 points. o.k.c. led by five at the break. the warriors trailed at the end of every quarter but the fourth thanks to thompson. he set an nba playoff record with eleven threes in one game. the thunder fight behind russell westbrook who came with a rebound of a triple-double. steph curry had 29 points, this three ties the game at 99 with just under three minutes to go. after a big basket by andre iguodala, he steals it from westbrook and finds thompson who hits another three. he finished with a game high 41 points. with 14 seconds left it's steph with the drive and he'll put in the off the glass led by the
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splash brothers the warriors win 108-101 forcing a game seven monday night in oakland. >> it was about time we had a stretch in this building that we impose our will. we got stop, klay hit amazing shots. kept our composure. >> we feel a lot better no than we did a few days ago, obviously. but it doesn't guarantee anythi anything. >> greitty performance last night. kbus let's go out to coors field warriors fans are everywhere. posy gives the giants a quick 3-0 lead. colorado had the bases loaded with no outs in the sixth but madison baumgartner worked his way out of a jam with this 6-4-3 double play. rocky mountain high. the giants used five relief pitchers in the seventh but chod
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the lead. 5-4 colorado, but not for long as san francisco answers with six runs in the eighth. posy once again connects for a three-run shot. giants win 10-5. one bad note, the the pitcher was put on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring. at the coliseum it was josh reddick bobble head day. he's out with a broken thumb but the a's have plenty of offense against detroit. butler puts oakland on top at the second. the butler does it again, this time with a two-run single. the a's scored five runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh. chris davis with the big blow. a three-run homer to left. davis leads the team with 14 home runs this season. danny valencia had three hits, he also made this nice bare hand play in the ninth to get justin upton. the a's snap a three-game losing streak with a 12-3 victory. that's sports for sunday morning. see you again tonight at 5:00.
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we'll hear more from the wou warriors as they try to advance to the nba finals for the second straight year. >> oh, yeah. lisa, i am a little bleary eyed this morning. i stayed up way past my bedtime to watch that game. how about you? >> you're not alone. i think many folks. what a thrilling game. good morning, everyone, the weather almost as thrilling. if you thought it was too hot we'll do a little something about that today. here's live doppler 7 hd and the marine layer has come back along the coast. the golden gate bridge where you see low cloudiness, 53 in san francisco, 56 oakland, 57 mountain view. good morning, morgan hill, 54 half moon bay. you'll get a little sunshine there. it will take a good portion of the day to get there. check this out, isn't this pretty? just enough of a marine layer that will influence our afternoon temperatures today here in san francisco across the
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bay even up in the north bay, 51 santa rosa. novato 48, fairfield 60. livermore 55 and you'll look at the partial afternoon clearing at the coast. so it will take longer for you. if you're headed down to perhaps montera to see the sunshine, you'll see a little of it half moon bay. cooler by three to five degrees in from the city to the peninsula and a life look outside from our east bay hills camera. low clouds at the coast, partial afternoon clearing at our beaches. sunshine sooner. ma written county coastline, it will be warmer tomorrow for memorial day looking at not only high uv index but tree pollen and grass pollen. that continues today. oak, juniper and creditar the
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culprits there so we are looking at temperatures changing from day today-to-day but the marine layer allowing for the lack of sea breeze tomorrow. today afternoon sun but even so santa cruz will be cooler. we're looking at 63 ocean beach, 60 half moon bay and then tomorrow check out the warmth as we head towards the afternoon with 90 in concord. we'll be in the upper 60s warming up a few degrees tomorrow but one of the warmest days will be tuesday. low 70s return to oak laland 92 concord. very little sea breeze, no marine layer, the sea breeze comes back wednesday. we're looking at 60s at our coast and it should be pretty enjoyable although check out what happens on friday in san jose. we're back up into the upper 90s and perhaps some 100s near our inland east bay. highs today around the by a 69 in the city, 82 palo alto,
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mid-80s returns in the south bay. 86 in cloverdeal and the accuweather seven day forecast featuring temperatures in the low 90s inland today. warmer tomorrow for the holiday. warmest tuesday and friday even hotter than that in between. just very subtle cooling with a better on shore push. carolyn? >> great looking weekend and week. thank you, lisa. teaching kids to code is a hot topic in tech country and it often starts in middle school. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom finds that a local team that we have talked to before is building a toy that can teach those skills to kids as young as five. >> walk right five times, maybe we want them to go down. >> ariel is snapping blocks together but really she's writing code. >> slide this in and press this button. >> reporter: the code control this is ipad with a friendly blue creature called aubie. >> it's important to understand computers are not a black box
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that magically does stuff. >> it started out as a college research project with ipads and more and more clams. phoenix yu thought something was missing. >> it's great but it's one play. >> reporter: they wanted to teach programming with physical objects and found the device to make it possible, this mirror from a bay area startup called osmo. we've covered it since it debuted in 2013 first word and shape games then a drawing game. the team showed osmo their idea and osmo offered them jobs. >> it's an awesome feeling because research starts and ends in the lab i. >> but they say the most important people were the kids who tested their design. without them the game douf looked different. >> the character started off as a robot and we went through a couple iterations on different types of robots. >> it turns out the kids like aubie. >> very huggable and round and
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friend friendly. >> reporter: the blocks made code ago team sport. >> we've seen kids around one ipad. >> reporter: with blocks for loops and if statement, it's not teaching a program language. >> it's a way of thinking and problem solving and it goes so much more beyond sitting at a computer and clacking away. >> osmo coding launches in apple stores on june 1. for aubie this is the first chapter of many. >> his adventure isn't over at all. >> reporter: in palo alto, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> reporter: the colorful
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check out the winning numbers from last night's $90 million winning powerball draw. no one got all six. wednesday night's jackpot grows to $100 million. happening today, the annual
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carnivale festival in san francisco wraps up with the grand parade this morning. united farm workers icon will be the parade's grand marshal. delores juerta's ties trace back to her beginning as an advocate for the working class farm communities throughout california. the parade starts at 9:30 at the corner of 24th and bryant streets. up next on the abc 7 sunday morning news at 6:00, see you on monday! the warriors return home following last night's unbelievable game six victory in o.k.c. and the desperate searching if a missing vallejo teenager has been suspended but her family is not giving up.
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good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler, thanks for joining us on sunday, may 29. let's start with a quick look at the wet with meteorologist lisa argen. hi, everyone. if you're up this early you may have seen or felt the source of our cooling already. the low clouds and fog entering the bay. live doppler 7 hd you can see a little bit of fog here but as we go outside it looks nice with the sun officially coming up a couple minutes ago. 53 san francisco. 55 oakland, mountain view and san jose, 52 morgan hill, half moon by a 54. a beautiful picture from the tower camera and you can see what will be allowing the coast and san francisco to feel better today. 51 in santa


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