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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 rosa.
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59 concord. liver moor is 56. so it will take time to get rid of that fog along san mateo county coast but as we look out towards east bay valleys, plenty of sun there. low 90s, mid-70s around the bay, partial clearing. 60s at the coast. carolyn? >> one more! let's do what they said we can't do! one more! do what they said we can't do! one more win! >> oh, my, what a game. i'm wearing my warriors blue. the dubs quieted the thunder in o.k.c. forcing a deciding game seven at home at oracle arena tomorrow. the dubs touched down at 2:00. the woirds provided this video of the team getting off the plane after landing back in oakland. golden state will play a first game seven at home in 40 years.
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it is tomorrow and the team is encouraging all the 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 brothers 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's disappoint head only made 11 threes. >> i should have had at least 13. i missed wide-open looks early. i had no idea what the record was. i didn't even know i had 11 threes. i was just trying to be aggressive. it feels good to own the record but i feel much better if we close them out on monday and play with the same toughness and resiliency we did tonight. >> yup, game seven tomorrow night at oracle arena.
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tipoff at 6:00 p.m. >> what's up, dub nation? come out loud and early. big game. see you on monday. >> big game is the understatement 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 p.m. thousands of fans spent their night at oracle arena for the team's watch party. abc 7 news reporters show us how fans celebrated. >> reporter: this is what it sounds like when dubs win. pandemonium erupted inside oracle arena as the warriors eked out a hard-fought win against the thunder.
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>> we knew we were going to win! go warriors! >> we believed! we stayed here! we're bringing it back to the house and we're going to take it all the way. >> reporter: golden state trailed oklahoma city but the last four minutes on the clock was a blur of screams and cheers as the warriors closed in. >> can you believe how loud it is? these warriors fans are going crazy. >> 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 team. >> reporter: the roof nearly blew here at oracle arena as golden state never stopped and sap it had electricity out of the thunder. dubs fans outside oracle also clearly enjoyed the game.
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on the left you see fans celebrating at the selma street park in san francisco. on the right, fans are taking in the at the flatiron in san rafael. klay thompson's 41 points are a career playoff high. we want to see your fan photos and videos when you post them to social media. just use the hashtag "dubs on 7" so we can find them and feature them. from the courts 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 freedman will be there and 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. sharks fans will be at the sap
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center tomorrow. the team is hosting a watch party. tickets are only five bucks. the puckdrops at 5:00 tomorrow night in pittsburgh. we have developing news this morning involving a father and daughter who haven't been seen since leaving the bay area a week ago today. last night sheriff's deputies pound the body of the dad, kyler jackson, in a slough in walnut grove outside sacramento. crews will be back out searching for the water for his one-year-old daughter kaylee and the car they were in. jackson and kaylee left antioch sunday night around 11:00, they were on their way home to sacramento. family members say they never arrived. >> just an answer, finally. it's an answer. not an answer i've been prepared for. i've been out here since day one and i haven't left the spot where i felt i needed to look at. >> crews have located a large object in the water but they
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have not confirmed whether it is the car. more developing news this morning. a vallejo family says it's not giving up hope that a missing teenagers is going to be found. pearl pinson was kidnapped on wednesday. the one man who may know where she is was killed in the 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 from four counties and california state parks 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. we're confident that pearl is not here. >>. >> the one person who could know pearl's whereabouts is gone. police shot and killed 19-year-old fernando castro after a high-speed chase. they say he abducted pearl near this vallejo foot bridge
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wednesday morning. >> we're all in shock because we know he was a good kid. >> reporter: castro's neighbor agreed to speak with abc 7 news if they disguised their identity. >> they were going back and forth. >> reporter: looking for clues castro may have left behind. meantime, pearl's family members continue to walk the foot bridge above interstate 780. >> some of us are very stoic but on the inside they're hurting. even if we stay at this area, we're hoping more and more people will see us. >> 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. >> shaking. it was shocking. >> reporter: a search producing more questions than answers. in vallejo, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. >> in stanislav county this
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morning, dive teams will resume searching for two teenagers from oakland last seen in a reservoir. deputies in oakdale say the 15-year-olds jumped out of boat into the water. it does not appear anyone in the boat was wearing a life jacket. some fably members were able to get back into the boat but they lost site of the teenagers. a new development in the death of a novato high school student. sheriffs deputies and san rafael police have executed a search warrant in connection with the shooting and stabbing near novato high 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 thursday. another student who was shot and stabbed survived the attack.
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deputies in saratoga have arrested the driver they say hit a woman and hurt her two dogs so badly they had to be universityize university ize -- euthanized. christopher isles facing felony hit-and-run charges. ann palmer provided this picture of her family and their labradors sadie and chudley. she was walking the dogs when a truck hit and dragged them last wednesday. she was holding on to the leash and fell to the ground. she was sent to the hospital with moderate injures. a heads-up if you plan to visit the golden gate bridge this long weekend. cars won't be able to park at the welcome center at golden gate bridge or vista point on the marin side. taxis and ride services will only be allowed to drop off passengers at vista point. the closure runs from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. today and again monday part of an ongoing effort to reduce traffic congestion in
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the area during busy times. let's get a check of the memorial day weekend weather. here's lisa. >> good morning to you from our tower cam. 53 degrees in san francisco. three degrees cooler than yesterday. look at the fog, the sea breeze is back and some cooling around the bay but not much. i'll explain next. also ahead, a traveling tribute to the fallen this memorial day weekend is in the bay area. and a fair well barbecue. the owners of a local market hoping they don't to close.
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afghanistan. the gold star's tribute wall was built here 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'll ever see to memorialize their children's sacrifice. >> reporter: the traveling memorial pays tribute to more than 7,000 servicemen and women. it's on display at the lone tree cemetery through memorial day tomorrow. a bittersweet memorial day barbecue for 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 barbecue. it's likely the neighborhood market will close after nearly 20 years because of a $1400 rent hike. >> the rent went up to $5,000. we can not afford it and the landlord isn't backing off so we can not pay rent that much. >> reporter: the store owners
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are still hoping for a last-minute reprieve. they hope to stay if a new landlord emerges by the end of this month and doesn't raise the rent. hot dog fans in new york got a special treat celebrating nathan's 100th anniversary yesterday. the original location of nathan's famous restaurant on coney island sold hot dogs for one 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, just to be there for the big hot dog day. is. bart maintenance work is again affecting train service between two east bay stations but relief is on the way. is bart says this will be the final weekend of track closures between the san he andro and bay fair stations. work is ahead of schedule. the line will reopen tomorrow at
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3:00 p.m. ahead of game seven against o.k.c. at oracle arena. great, great weather, heat wave really coming our way. here's lisa. >> carolyn we had the sea breeze yesterday. not only do we have that today but this morning if you're close to the coast you're looking at the low clouds, feeling the breeze and we'll have it again because the low cloud deck is sbuding into the bay area right now. we have three mile visibility at the coast. you can see how cloudy it is and we're looking at clouds in southern california as well. so we'll get into partial clearing in the san mateo coest to the central coast. 55 in san jose as well as oakland. it's 54 half moon bay and 52 in morgan hill. here's san jose. you can see the clouds there. go sharks, yeah. we're looking at a sunny afternoon in the 80s here so just subtle differences further
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away you are from the bay. you'll certainly notice the cooldown and you may not get much sun south of the golden gate bridge. 56 in concord, 56 in livermore and looking at low 50s in santa rosa. we are looking at nothing the coach, three mile visibility in the north bay but the cooler start, three to four degrees cooler from the city to novato. five degrees cooler in san jose. it won't be an all day event. we'll see clearing from marin further south later in the day and warmer for everyone tomorrow for memorial day and we have a warm stretch ahead. so cooler in santa cruz. low 60s ocean beach with sunshine half moon bay 60. it will take towards the afternoon but you should see sun as well. monterey is clear right now, 63.
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here's the holiday back into the low to mid-90s in our inland east bay and the 90s arriving in clear lake upper 80s in san jose redwood city. so tuesday is even warner. wednesday we're cooling back but after that we're warming up. let's start with today and look at the warm summer lime temperatures in the south bay. look for upper 80s. here's the low cloud deck half moon bay. 28 in redwood city and palo alto. mountain view looking at cooling. in the city today it will be sunny. 81 c upper 70s towards the east bay shoreline from hayward to san leandro. low 90s in antioch and if you are headed to napa it will be warm, is mid-80s by 2:00.
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in oakland today a nice afternoon, 105 and the accuweather seven-day forecast, sunshine, 60 to 92 today. warmer for the holiday tomorrow. a little dip come wednesday and thursday, the warmest day should be friday with scorching hot temperatures and your 100 inland. >> so friday might set a record. >> we could see some around here for sure. >> up next, everyone needs love sometimes. the story behind this man and all of these hugs. in honor of asian-pacific 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 grand avenue. it. it was dedicated on october 18, 1970. designed by chinese american architect clayton li. you can learn more on our
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a man in india spread the love and set a record. this is video from the guinness world record's youtube page. you see krishna kumar breaking the record for most hugs given by an individual in one minute. kumar managed to hug 79 children at a local school. . parents are demanding an apology after their kids ended up in controversial yearbook picture. a yearbook teacher told students to bring in props for senior superlative section. she said she wasn't sure what to bring so the teacher gave her and three other kids plastic guns, knives and bombs and then put them in poses. their pictures were published with the caption "teacher's
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worst nightmare." >> teachers giving it to us, i didn't think it was anything wrong. the teacher has it in the drawer, what's so wrong with it? >> well, those pictures surfaced on social media with comments referencing isis. the teacher said she didn't mean any malicious intent with the problems. the school says it doesn't plan to reprint or recall the yearbook. 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 of his graduation robe. that fabric is worn during special occasions in his home country of ghana. school officials say he ignored the dress code which was only cap, gown, and award. sheriff's deputies escorted holmes out of the ceremony before he could get his diploma. >> wasn't acting out of hand at all. i just wanted to show my
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cultural pride and religious pride. >> things could have been handled differently if we had more site personnel administrative have the school site to talk with the student. a security guard helped holmes get back into the arena so he could pick up his diploma. school officials say they will reexamine the dress code policy. a small portion of point reyes national seashore will be closed on the weekends to protect a rare bird. the endangered snowy plover is nesting right now and the bird's success requires they not be disturbed. the closure is between the north beach parking lot to just south of abbot is's lagoon. the closure start this is weekend and runs through labor day. much more ahead on the abc 7 sunday morning nude ing news. all eyes are focused on california with less than two
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. welcome back. we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you from this shot. looks nice, we have sunshine but we have fog. 55 in oakland, mountain view and san jose. low clouds and fog will be the source of our schooling today. from east bay hills camera looks hazy. 55 in napa, 60 by the delta. 56 in livermore and you can see a bit of the marine player, so it will clear and we'll see a warm day inland but a little cooling with the sea breeze but for the holiday and tuesday we're going back up in terms of very warm temperatures. the full forecast coming up. carolyn? >> thank you, lisa. in the race for president. senator bernie sanders will be back here in the bay area tomorrow. he has two events in oakland.
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he held a rally in bakersfield last night after events in san tan barbara and santa maria earlier in the day. hillary clinton had no campaign events in california yesterday but five current and former mayors from across the country stumped for her in the bay area. with just 11 days until the june 7 primary all eyes are on california. >> reporter: bernie sanders in california the only candidate on the campaign trail this holiday weekend. >> what is most important to my mind is that we have the strongest democratic candidate throughout who, in fact, will not only defeat mr. trump but will demolish mr. trump. >> 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
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diego. trump thanking police for "handling the thugs who tried to disrupt our 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 many excan flags and holding up trump pinatas. beating back demonstrators with bat batons, using pepper spray, arresting 35 people. >> we're going to build a wall. latinos for trump, i love you. >> reporter: the backlash not stopping trump from plugging his border wall and lashing out at hillary clinton. >> she shouts into the mike phone and it drives everybody crazy i clinton also 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. sperz still calling far debate with trump after trump said no. >> for a guy who changes his
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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 in california on "this week." you can watch that with george stephanopoulos on 3:00 this afternoon. note that schedule change because of the indy 500. abc 7 news was in oakland as voters got a head start on the june 7 primary. the alameda county registrar of voters office is open for people who want to vote early in the election. the staff set up a ballot drop stop outside the registrar's office for voters to driver their mail-in ballots. the office is open from today from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and again next weekend.
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new details about the death of a new orleans pelican player. bryce dejean-jones was fatally shot after breaking down the door of a dallas apartment yesterday morning. mr. us say jones went to look for his girlfriends around 3:00 a.m. but ended up at the wrong apartment kicking in the door. the man woke up and called out to him but after getting no response police say the man fired his gun. jones collapse and died later at the hospital. he was 23 years old. 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 fell 10 to 12 feet into the gorilla moat. he was picked up and carried around by the gorilla for about
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10 minutes. a cincinnati zoo employee shot the gorilla when the child was in between his legs and zoo employees unlocked the gate and two firefighters quickly retrieved the child. >> 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. >> the little boy is expected to survive. he was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. a man in washington state the talking about how he survived falling down two waterfalls. josh richert dropped 70 feet after slipping on a rock in olympia national park. as he was falling he hit a rock and his feet shattered. after the fall he somehow managed to women to the side of the river. it took nine and a half hours for rescuers to get to him. the hike jer just got out of the hospital. he has casts on both his legs.
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when asked what he was thinking, he says it's a miracle he didn't die. >> i guess that's the closest thing i could be thinking at that point is you better just live. >> reporter: richert said he knew he was stuck on the rock and needed rescuing. he says he thinks he fell because he was trying to get himself out instead of waiting for rescuers to come to 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 organization claiming the virus is an unnecessary troichblg the half million tourists expected to come to brazil. the who has urged pregnant women to avoid travel there but says the games should continue. >> a lot of people going to rio have the potential to bring the disease all over the world if they get infected. >> i don't know anyone who has the zika virus and a know a lot
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of people. this is not a big issue. >> there are more than 100,000 cases of zika in brazil. a third are in rio. happening today, the 100th running of the indianapolis 500. yesterday was the big festival parade. more than 300,000 people watched as marching bands and race car drivers made their way down the streets of downtown indianapolis. the 33 starting drivers served as honorary grand marshals. coverage of the indy 500 starts at 8:00. the race starts at 9:00 here on abc 7. much more ahead on the abc 7 sunday 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 golden gate bridge camera. you see a lot of fog but it's
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check out this gigantic sea sponge. two scientists discovered it last summer. it's about the size of a
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minivan. it was discovered 7,000 feet down a marine conservation area. the purpose of last year exdiggs to survey parts of hawaii that have been unexplored. hawaii type weather this week, right, lisa? >> well, we'll see a warm stretch, carolyn. you're looking at sunshine, so part of the city we're looking at a nice bright start. the west side lots of low clouds and fog. that means a cooler day for sum. i'll have your forecast for the warm week ahead next. >> thank you, lisa. all next, did you watch last night? what a performance. klay thompson leads the dubs, making an nba record 11 three pointers to force game seven tomorrow at oracle arena. if you brought a swimsuit to the oregon coast,
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team could close it out. steven adams with a monster dunk, the thunder led by 13 in 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 11 threes and one game. the thunder fight back behind russell rewestbrook. this cut the lead to four with five minutes left. 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 klay who hit 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 splash brothers, warriors win 108-101 forcing a game seven monday night in oakland. >> it's about time we had a stretch in this building that we
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impose our will. klay hit amazing shots. kept our composure. >> we feel better than we did a few days ago obviously but it doesn't guarantee anything. >> a gritty performance last night. the giants evened their series as buster posy tied a career high with six rbi. with two on in the first, posy goes deep to give 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 a strikeout and a 6-4-3 double play. the giants used five relief pitchers in the seventh but couldn't hold the lead. carlos gonzalez with a two run shot made it 5-4 colorado. but not for long as san francisco sinces with six runs in the eighth, posy connects for a three-one shot, giants win
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10-5. one bad note, pitcher mat cane 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 without a broken thumb but the a's had plenty of offense. butler puts oakland on top of the sect then ties three on the sixth. butler does it again with a two-run single. the a's scores five runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh. chris davis with the big blow. davis leads the team with 14 home runs this season. danny valencia had three hits. the a's snap a three-game losing sneak with a 12-3 victory. and that is sports for a sunday morning. see you again tonight at 5:00. you'll hear more from the warriors as they try to advance in the nba finals for the second straight year. the official start of summer
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is still a couple weeks away but, lisa, wow. >> i know, really. yesterday we really warmed up but we did have that sea breeze and once again marine clouds are back, on shore flow is strengthening but it won't be that strong to make a huge difference. we've got three mile visibility, half mile bay, five miles petaluma and the fog is pushing in through sfo and we're taking you to the beach where we have the clouds in santa cruz and monterey. 60s here later on, partial clearing, 53 in the city 5, 5 in oakland, mountain view and san jose. 54 in half moon bay. emeryville looks nice but boy it was warm yesterday in the 80s in oakland. we'll cool it back. today 51 santa rosa, 55 in that pa. novato 48 for you. by the delta southwest wind at 10. livermore 56. we saw the concord airport touch 90 yesterday and today with some
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morning cooling. it doesn't look like it will translate into much cooling but around the bay, at the shoreline we'll get the sea breeze. this won't stick around all day. the golden gate bridge showing low clouds. it will pull back from the coastline first and 60s return. low clouds at the coast, partial afternoon clearing at beaches. it will be slower to clear half moon byay but warmer and drier air tomorrow. the day after looks warmer on tuesday. statewide, though, the thunderstorms have moved out of the picture in the sierra nevada. a few isolated ones. more clouds along the coast and southern california 71 in los angeles. it will get warmer but its has been kind of cloudy and cool so as we look at local beaches, upper 60s, cooler today in santa cruz, low 60s from bodega by a to ocean beach. tomorrow we're warming up.
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mid-90s to low 90s are back. the on shore push will decrease. we won't see fog. maybe a few patches but 83 in redwood city and as we go into tuesday even warmer with mid-80s on the peninsula, 90s arrive in san jose and mid-90s in the inland valley. wednesday' sea breeze is back, but it's temporary, we'll warm back up by the end of the week. san jose was 87 yesterday, today mid-80s and by the end of the week it's hotter as a stronger ridge of high pressure builds in. 97 for friday. around the bay, look for highs comfortable at our beaches, gray to start. east bay cooler, 74 in oakland. 79 fremont. warmer on tuesday. slightly cooler wednesday and thursday, watch out friday.
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we'll be baking with perhaps records and cooling into next weekend. carolyn? >> looking good. thank you, lisa. teaching kids how to code is a hot topic in tech country. it starts in middle school. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom finds a local tech take we talked to before is building a toy that can teach those skills to kids as young as five. >> walk right five times and maybe we want them to go down so go down. >> reporter: ariel is snapping magnetic blocks together but she's really writing code. >> slide this in, press this button. >> the code control this is ipad with a friendly blue creature called oubie. >> it's important to know that computers follow specific instructions. >> reporter: it started out as a college research project with ipads in more and more classrooms, phoenix thought something was missing. >> the ipad is great but it's one plane. >> reporter: he and ariel wanted to teach programming with
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physical objects and they found the device to make it possible. this mirror from a by a area start up called ozmo. we've covered ozmo since 2013, first word and shape games all and then a drawing game. the team showed ozmo their idea and ozmo offered them jobs. >> it's an awe in spieling because a lot of research projects start and end in the lab. >> reporter: but the designers say they can't take all the credit. the most important people wrl the kids who tested their design. without them the game could have looked different. >> the character started off as a robot and we went through a couple of iterations on types of robots. >> reporter: turns out the kids liked aubie. >> usable and round and friending and coachable. >> reporter: the coding became a team sport. >> we've seen three kids centered around ipads. >> with blocks for loops and if statements, it's not teaching a program language. >> it's a way of thinking and problem solving and it goes so
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much more beyond sitting at a computer and clacking away. >> reporter: ozmo coding launches on apple stores on june 1. >> aubie's adventure isn't over. >> jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. up next, the colorful festivities in san francisco today celebrating food, art, culture, and dance. culmin
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check out the winning numbers from last night's $09 million powerball draw. no one got all six so wednesday's jackpot jumps to $100 million. happening today, the annual carnival festival in san francisco wraps up the with grand parade this morning. united farm workers icon delores huerta will be the grand marshall. her ties trace back to her beginnings as an advocate for the working class farm communities all over the state of california. the parade starts at 9:30 at the corner of 24th and bryant streets. they need great weather for that, lisa. >> yeah, great weather would be a sea breeze so a stronger on shore push, the marine layer clouds early to start and 69 in the city, 74 in oakland, 82 palo alto, mid-80s return for san jose and parts of the north.
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warmer for the holiday tomorrow. warmer on tuesday, a slight tip wednesday and thursday the warmest day of the week with near 100 inland. 70s at the coast. getting schooler into next weekend. have a great holiday. you, two. that will do it for us. thank you for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. we have a special schedule because of the indianapolis 500. "good morning america" is next at 7:00. coverage of the 100th running of the indy 500 live from the motor speedway begins at 8:00 a.m. "this week" at george will be on at 3:00 p.m. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. our news continues online, on twitter, facebook and your mobile devices with our abc 7 news app. have a great sunday, everyone. pause for a moment of remembrance on mamt. we'll see you. bye-bye.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, in the gorilla's grasp. the terrifying scene. >> mommy's right here. >> a little boy falls in front of this massive 400-pound silverback at the zoo. >> a child has fallen into the gorilla cage. >> park officials taking action. >> they made a tough choice and they made the right choice. >> the little boy with non-life threatening injuries. the new concerns about safety this morning. rising waters, homeowners forced to flee, taking what they can. >> i didn't know it was going to come up this fast. >> record rain sending rivers over their banks swallowing entire neighborhoods. the round-the-clock rescues while tropical storm bonnie barrels towards the east coast. will your memorial day plans be a wash

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