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theyill pay tribute to a few different groups, including the veterans of the korean war. this comes as san francisco is building a korean war memorial to open this summer. some think this is the perfect place to honor veteran of the korean war. >> it is very appropriate this location in san francisco because the many that came through san francisco, came back through san francisco. >> today there will be special tributes to the vietnam war and to the buffalo soldiers, the six units of all african-american soldiers in the united states army. the army ban the lead the veterans here at 10:30 with the ceremony starting at 11:00. >> this morning a pair of vietnam era helicopters will ride at the 113th annual memorial day service in hard at 10:00 a.m., the only traveling
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war honoring traveling service members is on display at lone tree cemetery. the gold star tribute was 9:00 in the pay area by a local non-rest and unveiled on saturday. it is 91' long and is 9' high. it is to honor the 80,000 soldiers still missing dating back to world war ii. >> south san francisco will have a pancake breakfast at station station 61 on canal street. in santa clara add submission free for current and past military personnel at great america. in marin, the annual ceremony is at 10:00 a.m. at civic center lazy in san rafael. >> president obama will be at the arlington national cemetery this morning for a memorial day observance. he will lay a wreath at the tomb 6 the unknown and urging all americans to observe a national moment of remembrance at 3:00 a.m. local time today. he will deliver a speech today to honor members of the united states armed services, veterans, and their families. there will be 5,000 memorial
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expected to attend. right now you are taking a look at arlington national cemetery with all the fans placed at the tombstones. >> new details in a shoot that left a novato high school student dead and another badly hurt. a san rafael man is held without bail this morning on suspicion of being an actions isry to the crane. the suspect was arrested yesterday morning after the capture of two novato high school student on thursday accused of shooting and stabbing the two victims. police are still searching for a third suspect. >> still no sign of a miss shay he teen but her family is not giving up home. last night they held a vigil for 15-year-old pearl pinson kidnapped last week but the kidnapper was killed in a gunfight with sheriff deputies. yesterday, her family gathered on the foot bridge she was last seen to pray. they hold out hope all the search was called off on saturday afternoon. >> in she has anything to go for
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her it is the ability to stand on her two feet and keep fighting. >> witnesses say pearl was seen fighting fernando castro the morning he took her. police killed her. the sister does not believe she knew her kidnapper. >> we are waiting the identification of a woman killed in a traffic collision in a truck in santa clara at lake hill boulevard. this is east of levi stadium. there are few details of the crash but you can see the force of wreckage. she died at the scene. the driver of a truck and passenger were taken to the hospital. light rail tracks were blocked until the investigation was over. driving drunk is always a bad idea especially if you end up running directly into a sheriff's patrol car. it happened last night in redwood city. a driver in a black sedan backed into a san mateo patrol car that had two people in custody in the back seat. the driver was given a field
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sobriety test and arrested on d.u.i. >> senator bernie sanders is bring his campaign to oakland today for two events. you can see him at one of them. he held rallies in the central valley on sunday and part of a private event at baptist church on international boulevard at 2:00 p.m. tonight, the public is invited to the rally at the plaza at 7:00 p.m. sanders drive for the white house may have gotten harder now voters have a third obligation for -- option for president. >> this memorial day, as the unofficial start to the summer, and the 2016 race is heating up. >> we will rebuild our military, and we will take care of our vans. >> on sunday donald trump was in washington, dc, getting support at the rolling thunder motorcycle run. the event brings awareness to prisoners of war and service members missing in action. but it is his commends about a former p.o.w. john mccain that is getting new attention. i like people that were not captured i hate to tell you.
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the only former g.o.p. nominee to endorse trump, bob dole, said that trump needs to apologize. >> but the candidates in the race have a new opponent. >> for the nominee for past -- president of the united states, gary johnson, governor. >> over the weekend, two term new mexico governor, gary johnson emerged as the libertarian candidate for president. presidential races can be tough for third-party candidates but the polls say a good bit of voters are looking for an alternate to likely nominees. the lib attends believe they have a real shot. >> the san francisco department of elections is saying oops, more than 1,400 ballots of wrong party affiliation were mailed. the june rates are low town intermediates so each vote is magnified. correct replacement ballots later sent to voters.
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>> tomorrow, 5:00 p.m., is the deadline to request a vote by mail ballot for june 7. stay up to date on the race for president with the abc news app and download the app for free and enable push alerts for breaking election updates as they happen. >> the wise are not taking a holiday today. in a few hour they will have the morning shoot around before the biggest game of the year tonight at oracle arena. the dubs historic season comes down to decisive game 7 against the thunder. golden state has clawed back from a deficit in the finals following the saturday night's they willing victory. history is on the warriors side, though, home teams are 100-24 in gay seven. >> warriors fan heading to oracle arena for game seven will not have to worry about bart. service resumes because of the dubs game. this video from bart showing the work over the weekend, and right now the tracks are closed between the to stations for the last weekend of maintenance work. >> abc7 is the home for the
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finals with game one on thursday night, espn coverage starts at 5:30 right here on abc7. >> thousands of sharks fans are inside s.a.p. center in san jose for a watch party as the game one of the final is in pittsburgh. banners and flags are everywhere right now and fans are ready and predicting the first appearance for the first time in the franchise's 25 history. >> first game we will win, 2-0, second, 3-2. they will come here and we will continue to bet. sharks eat penguins. >> the watch party starts at 5:00 p.m. tickets are only $5 with the proceeds going to the shark foundation. the first 8,000 fans will receive a viewing party rally towel. our reporter is in pittsburgh bringing us live report starting at 4:00 p.m.
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>> a natural selection in this. now, everyone, we will start in san francisco where it is mild from west portal and portrero hill at 51 and ferry building downtown, marina, 53, and ocean peep at 54. santa clara is 52. tracy is 51. petaluma is 49. the marine layer is trying to develop with high pressure. it is trapping the tree will positiven and grass pollen and u.v. index is very high. tremendous burn factor fur spending time outside. moving forward, here is a look at tuesday our first 100 shows up in antioch, and half moon bay is 63 and 27-degree summer spread. the sea breeze will be localized along the coast but it is keeping you in the 60s to nearly 70s in oakland. and on thursday, it is a heat wave inland, 90s inland, east bay, san jose, and napa and even warmer weather coming up in my
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seven-day forecast. first, we will check the traffic >> we will look at northbound we we on san bruno avenue in the san bruno area, we have a two-car crash that is almost clear so that is good news. a lot of people are not on the news. it will not impact too many. a look from the golden gate bridge camera, and slowing nicely, into san francisco and when i say "flowing nicely," nothing is coming into san francisco. this is one car. that is the good news. if you want to go anywhere, you have free and easy roads. >> next, remembering the victims of the 9/11 attacks on this memorial day. the special tribute happening in the east bay. >> a scare drivers hundreds of people out of the water at a packed southern
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let other people know what you're made of. always be real. don't be fake, don't be artificial, but always be sweet. and of course, wear sunscreen. nature valley granola bars. no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners. just good. while i was on a combat patrol my c in baqubah, iraq,nned out. a rocket-propelled grenade took my arm off at the shoulder. when i came home, i felt alone. my family was around me, but i couldn't talk to them about what i'd seen and what i'd done. i remember just thinking, man, the way i am right now, i don't want to live. i was discharged from the army, and i've been working with the wounded warrior project since 2007. warriors don't have to be severely wounded to be with the wounded warrior project. we do have a lot of guys that have post-traumatic stress disorder. being able to share your story, i guess it kind of helps you wrap your mind around what did happen over there. just because you've left the military doesn't mean your life is over, because when these guys are coming home, i'm kind of leading
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and training them, instead of for combat, i'm leading and training them to heal. and if i come away with anything from the wounded warrior project, it's them giving my life back. my name is norbie, and yes, i do suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, but i'm okay. >> los altos, antioch, petaluma, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> the nation pauses to honor the men and women who have given their lives for our country. downtown hayward's permanent 9/11 memorial is officially dedicated during a 1:00 p.m. ceremony, video from last december when crews put up six newborns at the site. >> they represent the four airplanes hijacked on 9/11 and the names of hayward veterans and first responder whose died
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in service. >> police are investigating a terrifying accident in the oakland hills that left two teens with cuts, bruises and broken bones. the car ran off the road and down a hillside at fish ranch road. firefighters hoist add teen girl up the ridge in a dramatic rescue. a helicopter dropped a c.h.p. medic down to the site and lifted the other injured victim out of the steep ravine. >> what were you doings i asked, and they were driving down the hill, and something, they think it was a baker, cut them off and they went right through the barricade. >> officials say the victims were able to escape from the car on their own and are recovering at a hospital. >> you may have seen the next story in the facebook feed flee women are called heroes for preventing a potential tape rape. they were dining in santa monica and they notice add man and a woman at a table and the woman got up to use the restroom the man took out a black vile and put something in her drink. he caught my attention because he was acting super strange,
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like, look around, and i went to the bathroom, and i found her in there and i said, this is weird, but, we saw that give you are with put some in your drink. all the woman was shaken and want back to the table and does not touch another sip of the drink and she said that the man is actually a co-worker and a close friend, more than a year and a half they have known each other. the security was called and the tape was reviewed and they arrested the man. >> a swimmer was attacked possibly by a shark, and our reporter said lifeguards took no chances and ordered everyone out of order. lifeguards patrolling the wars off the state beach in a boat spotted swimmers in difficult stress and her the screams, and realized she had been attacked. >> they went over and rescued her from the water, and noticed what appeared to be an animal bite. she was pleading from bite
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wounds on her upper torso and shoulders and rushed to on county global medical center in santa ana, authorities do not know if it was a shark attack. the beach was packed with adults and childrens, lifeguards alerted them. athere were a bunch of helicopters and search poets and we heard that, and the life guard people came up and said, everyone out of water, there is an injury. >> they told us to get out we got out of the water quickly and we saw people running up. >> she was at the beach this afternoon, and believed she may have eastbound the animal that bit the woman. >> we could not tell exactly what it was but it was big and it was grave and we heard someone say a woman was attacked. it was big. we assumed it was a shark because it was big. >> it rattled the nerves of those who spend a lot of time at the beach. >> it made me thick about going back into to water in the future. authorities declared the water
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off limits and will reevaluate this morning before deciding to let people back in. >> new, mike, a bridge spread in in temperatures today. >> yes, and the beach report. come up next along with the warriors and also, the a policy both playing at the same time. the next three hours you will see nothing. we have clouds to keep an eye on sfo and the peninsula, and they will pull through we could have delays. however, it is 50/50 whether that will happen. i lean to the side of i not happening. warm sunshine, cloudy coast, developing inland heat wave, and tall last throughout the entire work week. when we get back to work. it will break this weekend. now, the cloud cast, you can see the clouds developing along the coast pushing inland and by noon they are stuck in the coast and this is where they are through the day so we have 60s there and 70s and 80s inland.
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86 to 89 for most of us of the peninsula is around 86 to dropping to 7820 in san mateo and 62 at half moon bay and pacifica is a warm spot at 67. nearly 70 in downtown, and south san francisco, sausalito, low-to-mid 70s, and 80 to 86 through the north bay vietnam and along the east bay more 73 and hercules to 84 in fremont, and here is where the sheet going to be in the low-to-mid 90s. my seven-day forecast is a couple of days of 100s out around antioch and our hottest day is friday. time for traffic. guys? >> thank you, mike. heads up, be aware the oakland a's at 7:00, and warriors at 6:00 p.m. so expect heavy traffic on 880 and local streets in the area before and after the games. a look from our san mateo camera, it is nice to see, no traffic on had holiday monday.
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>> it is 4:47. coming up, where you can get up close and personal with someone special today. terrifying moments after a little boy falls into a gorilla enclosure with so many questioning what the zookeepers did to save the child. afirst, america's money report. >> good morning, topping america's money, flag sales are soaring, one company is up 15% from this time last year partly due to this being an election year and political events need flags and they credit greater patriotism. at the movies "apocalypse," for $28 million.
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"angry birds," in third. >> coconut ash is jet black from charred remains of the shells. the flavor was created by a new york ice cream parlor and inspired by a fancy chocolate
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where teams compete to make the right decisions about safe food preparations. our challenge in this round -- read and follow package cooking instructions, and use a food thermometer. let's see how our teams are doing so far -- team 1? we just got 100 points. we separated our raw food from our cooked food. team 2? we got a 100-point green card for proper hand washing before our meal prep. referee: we've reached a critical safety point in the challenge. okay, team 1, let's check this out. uh-oh, not a safe internal temperature for those hamburgers. that puts everyone at high risk for food-borne illness. you get a red card -- undercooked. always read and follow the package cooking instructions
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and use a food thermometer. let's see how our winning team cooked it safe and avoided problems. well, i just kept focus on the four food safety steps -- clean, separate, cook, and chill. and we followed the package cooking instructions and took the temperature. can you cook it safe?
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the abc7 news app, on the go, on your schedule. >> in texas residents were evacuated from three cities with lying floodwaters. six have died because of the flooding. residents say it is the third time they had on evacuate. though left their homes last year during the memorial day police department and last month. the second round of storms is expected to bring damaging winds and large hail and a few possible tornadoes. critics are question why the cincinnati zoo had to kill rather than tranquilize the 400-pound gorilla after it drag add four-year-old boy through the moas. the boy climbed there. >> barrier and fell 10-15' into the moas. after 10 minutes in the clutches of harambe they say they forceed to shoot the gore really but a witness said the gorilla was try to protect the child. there is a memorial planned at the zoo in memory of ma'am bow
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-- of harambe. >> target launched curb side pickup in october of 2014 right here but according to consumerists target will focus on shipping on-line orders there stores. the program was being tested in 100 stores in six major united states cities and target said the pickup will be discontinued june 15. new research suggests breast feeding from the breast is better than feeding pumped make to an infant. according to a study from nationwide children's hospital, infants fed from the protest are less likely to get ear infections which could be because the bottles create a negative pressure which is transferred from the bottle to the middle ear during feedings. this memorial day, coke is day boy. >> new feature the limited american flag cans saying "i'm proud to be an american," went on sale. the specially designed plans are available until july 4.
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company has panned with unite the service organizations that sent a million messages to support the country's military service members. >> and now heading to our poaches today, it will be clouds during the morning and it will be fuzzy sunshine in the afternoon, and low-to-mid 60s in most areas but santa cruz at 70 and the ocean temperature is 54, but, city, high u.v. index, and 68 and coming out at 62, and the winds, right across an hour later at 7:00, 65 and dropping to 59 so grab the coat. now a look around the state if you are doing any traveling, you can see the cloud are most dominant from point reyes to almost santa barbara and 68 at monterey and upper 90s in the central valley and the car is running okay, 74 at lake tahoe, 69 in san diego to 73 in los angeles and 101 in palm springs
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and our chance at several days of 100-degree weather coming up in a few minutes. now, the traffic is holiday light. looking good. mike? we will look new at our commute through tracy and the altamont pass and a night closeup of mike's american flag. >> i like it. >> it is going well. we are at top speeds this morning. the whole time. if you are headed to work, good news for you. a lock from our walnut creek camera, and we are knowing nicely. the worst time to travel today is between 1:00 and 5:00. >> you have two more days to get an up close look at four history ical mill -- military planes in the east bay with a chance to check out one of three world war ii bombers and mustang fighter planes. >> a younger generation has a chance to see what a parent or grandparent, aunt or uncle,
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whoever, either built or flew in the war or maintained in the war. >> the tour continues today and tomorrow from 10:00 to 5:00, it is $12 to get in and started at $400. >> china is continuing the apporach to space travel, arriving on the moon in december and it only lasted two months because of mechanical problems and will visit the north and south pole and bring back sample s to earth. >> a world famous wing suit pilot can now add human arrow to his resume dropping from a helicopter at 6,000' at 120 miles per hour and hit that target. yes. over the from wall of china. this happened yesterday, and he said he wanted to do something safer after recently fly through a 25' wide crevice between two
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cliffs. >> in your per spentive 1 that miles per -- 125 american through the air that is dangerous. >> bernie sanders is helping to fire up supporters and next, at 5:00 a.m., the verbal attack he is launching against donald trump. >> taking the fight back to isis a major assault taking place right now.
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plus an all new soarin'. so come to the place where summer dazzles. >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, thanks for joining us. i am matt keller. here for reggie aqui. >> i am natasha zouves. welcome to memorial day, monday, may 30. a quick check of weather. mike? >> good morning, natasha. here is a look at live doppler hd. fog along the coast. the rest of us are clear. this morning. clouds will stay at the coast today. if you headed there. temperatures mainly in the 60s. we will hit 84 inland and 90 by the time we get to 4:00 and a lost 80s around the bay also. i will have the microclimate forecast coming up on the holiday. >> we will get a check of


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