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treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®. good morning. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, july 3. let's start with a quick look at the weather with lisa. >> we have three quarter miami visibility on the coast here half moon bay, two miles santa vow a due to the low clouds and fog and it will create some issues for the fourth of july fireworks. 52 half moon bay, 53 in the city, 58 mountain view. just about making out month tam there.
you can see the deep marine layer at about 2,000 feet. 58 this concord, 56 for you this san jose. and we're looking at low clouds and fog this afternoon in san francisco. upper 80s inland. bangladeshi officials are disputing the claim that isis is responsible for the attack. they say it's from a domestic group known as jmb. at least 28 people died in that attack and standoff. uc berkeley student tarishi jain was among those killed. she was in dhaka for the summer visiting family and working at an internship. more about the loss felt here in the bay area. >> her death has devastated me.
i'm in tears as i write this. >> reporter: dana wrote this facebook post moments after finding out her friend was gone >> rest in peace. >> reporter: the two lived in priestly hall together where they saw each other every day. they stayed in touch after moving out in may. tarishi sent this photo last month before she left for bangladesh. >> it's completely unreal. just to try to process what she live been going new, the terror, the fright, i can't believe, she didn't deserve any of it obviously. she was such a good person. nice, funny. >> reporter: the 19-year-old was serious about her future, though she wanted to make a difference. that's why she volunteered with ethical apparel. >> her passion for life was helping people in ways that maybe are out of the norm. >> reporter: she planned to
major this economics and wanted to use business to help others. >> she had her life going for her. and it's all gone now. >> reporter: while friends on campus struggle to come to terms with what has happened, members of the bay area bangladesh are angry. >> we definitely don't like and we don't want this anymore. >> reporter: jain and 19 others died. a memorial vigil to honor tarishi jain and the others killed will be held tuesday noon at uc berkeley. 20 of those who died were eating when the militants stormed the upscale restaurant. witnesses say the hostages who could not recite verses from the koran were tortured and killed. 13 were rescued, though two officers died freeing them. isis claimed responsibility for the attack, but as we told you earlier, bangladeshi officials are disputing that. one of the two students from emory university who died, her
family lived in miami. >> just so hard to believe that she was there and she was suffering for 10 or 11 hours. i don't even want to think about it. >> one of the attackers has been arrested, the others killed. and we're updating the late information on the situation on our abc 7 news app. you can download it for free and enable push alerts to get instant updates on your phone or mobile device. san francisco police are looking for an attacker who stabbed one and then boarded a muni bus. it happened around 10:00 last knight. the 57-year-old victim was taken to the hospital. police are interviews witnesses
to help find that attacker. oakland police are investigating a shooting at an east oakland duplex that left two people dead. the shooter is still on the loose. police responded to the home on mcarthur boulevard just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. they found two people with bullet wounds. both died. officers have not released a motive for that double home homicide. police are investigating the discovery of a body in a residential neighborhood yesterday. investigators canvassed an area around bell avenue in greenway. police have not released details of the circumstances surrounding that death. a water main break has damaged businesses in pleasant hill. the repairs should be done later today.
>> reporter: crews have already filled in most of the washout holes the broken water main has been replaced and now they're working on repairing the pavement. >> it was all the way down the street. >> reporter: theresa says her printing shop was not damaged, but she is still without water. >> the business not able to open because the parking lot is flooded. >> reporter: one picture framing shop got serious flooding. >> there is a lot of wood and paper product and everything was very much sitting on water. >> this was a line that ruptured. it was about 12 years old. >> a significant amount of water coming up, so there will have to be repaving done and then as you can see, there is a lot of debris, a lot of rock and mud that came up. >> reporter: crews began power washing the mud that cased the parking lot. the repairs should be finished sunday.
businesses will reopen then, as well. in san bernardino, firefighters have controlled a small but fast moving brush fire that damaged five homes. three destroyed, the other two heavily damaged. two firefighters suffered minor injuries related to smoke inhalation. the flames charred nearly nine acres. firefighters have been dealing with triple digit heat while battling nearly 3,000 acre wildfire. cellphone video shows just how big the smoke and flames got. the curry fire broke out friday. cal fire says they're managing hot spots. >> it's 103 today, dry and firefighters just need to take the rest breaks they need and stay hydrated.
>> the fire is 25% contained. a wildfire in current county is threatening 300 structures. the deer fire is burning about 50 miles southeast of bakersfield. it was sparked on friday, voluntary evacuation orders have been issued. more than 500 crews are on the line. it is 0% contained. firefighters also continue to battle a wildfire burning near the american river in eldorado. the trail head fire has scorched more than 3300 acres and forced mandatory evacuations near georgetown and forest hill. air quality officials are asking people to a precautions because of the smoke. >> i think it's really important for the public to realize if they see and smell smoke and it's bothering them, it's a good idea to then stay inside.
>> the fire is now 12% contained. 2,000 fire crews are battling the fire which began tuesday. we have cool temperatures here. >> some of you happy to have the fog, others not so much. 72 later on in the city in san mateo, but further south, upper 70s right around palo alto. we'll talk about the rest of the bay area in just a few hints. and also ahead, a look at the life and legacy of elie wiesel. and the new transparent to help
elie wiesel has died. the nobel committee once called him a messenger to mankind. now a look back on his life. >> reporter: he was born in romania in 1928. when elie wiesel was just 15, he and his family were sent to auschwitz. his father, mother, sister perished. his life long mission, to make sure that the holocaust would always be remembered.
his memoir "night" sold millions of copies and is considered one of the most important pieces of holocaust literature. he was a champion of all victims of genocide. he died at his home here in new york, he was 87 years old. >> that was cecilia baker reporting. his family says he passed away peacefully after a long illness. happening now, caltrans is taking advantage of the light holiday weekend traffic to make major repairs on the san rafael bridge. this is a live look from the bridge toll plaza. the work is happening just beyond the area that you see in this picture. caltrans has closed the lane on the upper deck to repair a pothole located in the westbound direction.
the pothole measures about 3 feet wide and extends deep if to the bridge deck. closure runs until 9:00 this morning. three east bay b.a.r.t. stations are closed this holiday weekend as b.a.r.t. gets ready to connect its track to a new maintenance complex under construction in hayward. the south hayward union city and freemont stations won't reopen until tuesday. bus service is being provided between the stations, but there are likely to be delays. san francisco voters might be considering a tax this november, but not on your favorite apps and gadgets, but the companies that make them. as jonathan bloom explains, the city is facing a crisis and wants money to fix it. >> we can look around and see with our own eyes what is happening here in the city.
>> reporter: rising rents that many blame on the tech industry. >> of the tens of thousands of new employees that have come into the city, it's led to a housing crisis. >> reporter: that's why the supervisor is proposing a 1.5% payroll tax specifically on tech. >> so require big tech companies to pay their fair share. >> reporter: they're some of the same companies that got a tax break a few years ago for moving in for what was a rundown stretch of market street. >> i notice that when i panhandle, it's harder for me to get my food money. >> reporter: twitter responded by opening a child care and jobs skill center they say is a $3 million investment over four years and there are other efforts. >> the technology industry has really stepped up across the board. >> reporter: tech net favors more philanthropy. >> i don't think that there should be a tech tax should be paid.
>> reporter: only companies earning more than a million a year would be taxed. it would need a two thirds vote to pass in the general election. >> if we think the numbers of people on the street are bad now, our prediction is that there will be a massive explosion unless there is a serious commitment by the city to address this crisis. >> reporter: the supervisor says he hasn't talked to the mayor about the proposed tax but he doesn't have to. if the tax gets six votes, it goes straight to the november ballot. board could vote as soon as august 2. jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. if you can't make to san francisco tomorrow night for the july 4th fireworks, you can watch the show on your smartphone. a new app will allow users on hillsides and vantage points not near the show to experience the music. the app is pyro spectaculars and it's free on the app store and google play. 200,000 people are expected to catch the fireworks show. it begins at 9:30 tomorrow night.
police all over the bay area are cracking down on illegal fireworks this weekend. in fremont, police tweeted out pictures of confiscated fireworks. fremont has a zero tolerance policy for illegal fireworks. we've made it easy for you to find all the legal displays. just head to our website, abc7news.com, where you'll find a link to the complete list. lisa, i'm one tering if they will be able to break through all the fog. >> they're pretty much experts a the that, but the deck of low clouds going as low as 400 feet. so they have to be pros to be able to know how to shoot those off. and they do.
in the north, this is why we're so cool. it's an area of low pressure pushing in to the pacific northwest and in response the marine layer is deep and it stays with us. we're look at a mostly clear start. we have the upper 50s from san jose, mountain view and oakland. so if you're close to the water around the bay or the shore line, you notice the breeze as the fog treats. and mount tap, yt. tam, you can here. 56 in livermore, concord 57, you're enjoying this weather. nice breeze reaching all the way into sack are are a men toe. so a pretty strong on shore
push. the coverage is more intact and mist and drizzle with us throughout the shore line as you head in. so morning gray, afternoon sun. fog and fireworks for the fourth like usual, but even a better push for this year. looking at temperatures in the low 50s. temperatures will be warmer there, but really the temperatures will be in the low 80s p. still below average, but then look what happens in to next week. only 70s for highs, so if you think it's cool now, it's going to continue to get even cooler. mt. tam, so we're looking through really southern marine, of course the tear, where temperatures will be right about 70 degrees at 3:00. very nice
francisco partly sunny, 63. authority bay, 78. 74 innovato. east bay, look for about 73 san leandro, 76 in castro valley. here are your items, but not too extreme. 88 in livermore. so for the fourth, we have cloudy skies, all the way to the east bay and then in terms of the temperatures, we are looking to low 60s san mateo, 59 half moon bay. so numbers around the bay from the upper are 50s to the upper 80s both today and tomorrow and then even cooler into next week. it's messing with himy grilling plans. up next, shoes making weighs with environmentalists. how they're created.
it is 6:23. paula faris is joining us from this morning to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america". >> good morning, everyone. going up on gma this sunday, we do there new developments in the e-mail scandal that has been haunting hillary clinton's campaign. the presidential candidate submitted to voluntary questioning by the fbi this an interview that lasted more than
three hours. we hear from hillary for the very first time after that closed door inquiry. plus we're learning more about the 12 hour siege in a bangladesh bakery. an american and two other u.s. studen students among the dead. students from emory and uc berkeley, what the hostages endured. and finally, it could be one of the biggest upset this is tennis history, novak djokovic losing to american sam querrey at the all-england club yesterday. querrey ranked just 41 ending djokovic's quarter final streak that he's held since 2009. we'll have more on the american that shocked the world. that's all coming up on gma. hope to see you soon. right now a schoolteacher from southern california is attempting to make history. kayla's goal is to run 3,000 miles to new york city in less than 69 days. that would break a world record. she left los angeles friday. she would have to run 50 to 60 miles a day which is basically the give represent of two
marathons a day every day for two months. and we wish her luck. maybe she could use these shoes. adidas out with new running shoe made from recycled ocean plastic. the company released video showing the making of the shoe. plastic bottles and bags are used to make it. adidas teamed up to honor world oceans day. people have until the end of the month to enter a creative instragram contest to earn one of the 50 pairs made. union city police department celebrated its anniversary by throwing a big party for the public. yesterday abc news was at civic center park for a festival marking the department's milestone. families enjoyed free games, food and police related demonstrations all day long. no anniversary party could be complete without cake. served up by members of the department.
abc 7 news was on filmore street for the annual jazz festival. there are 12 blocks of music, arts, craft and food. this year it honors musicians lost over the past year. it is known as the largest free jazz festival on the west coast. the festival runs again today from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ♪ a packed house enjoyed a combo of opera and garlic fries at last night's opera at the ballpark show at at&t park. abc 7 news was there as crowds enjoyed a free live simulcast of carmen being performed a few miles away.
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we're starting this half hour with a look at the weather with lisa. >> good morning. we have a deep marine layer starting out with santa cruz where it's cloudy. hard pressed to get the sun today. temperatures will be in the upper 50s here. low visibility in half moon bay. and this is a look at the deep marine layer. it will retreat to the shore line, but in the meantime it's a cloudy start pretty much for everyone. 56 in fairfield, 57 in concord. clear by the delta, but you're feeling the breeze later on today and we'll be looking at temperatures really in a range that will take us right around average, but then we will dip below average in the days ahead. of 63 to 88 afternoon highs. fox will m
fog will be in the days ahead. i'll explain. hillary clinton sat down with the fbi for 3 1/2 hours the outcome could shape the race for the white house. clinton voluntarily answered questions about her e-mails and private server she kept as secretary of state and it did not take long for donald trump to pounce. mary bruce has more from washington. >> reporter: at 7:40 a.m. on this holiday saturday, signs of movement at hillary clinton's d.c. home. clinton possibly slipping out to fbi headquarters and an interview that could shape the race. for roughly 3 1/2 hour, clinton is questioned about her use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. shortly afterwards with the press anxiously awaiting, suvs are spotted returning to clinton's home. in a statement her campaign says clinton gave a voluntary interview and is pleased to have the opportunity to assist the department of justice in bringing this review to a conclusion. the long awaited interview one
of the final pieces in to an investigation into whether classified information was mishandled. clinton has denied any wrong doing, but admits using private e-mail wasn't the best choice. >> as i said many times, if i could go back, i would do it differently. i know people have concerns about this. >> reporter: clinton handing over 52,000 e-mails 22 upgraded to top secret. the investigation has dogged her campaign from the start, raising questions from rivals about her judgment. the rnc today blasted clinton's interview as unprecedented. the sit-down comes amid a firestorm over bill clinton's private meeting with attorney general loretta lynch who has final say over the outcome of the investigation. >> i certainly wouldn't do it again. >> reporter: hoping to quiet the uproar, the attorney general says she will accept the fbi and lawyers' recommendations as to whether charges should be filed against hillary clinton. donald trump just responding tweeting it is impossible for
the fbi not to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton. what she did was wrong. mary bruce, abc news, washington. former pennsylvania senator and donald trump supporter rick santorum will weigh in on the presidential race. santorum will discuss if winning the rust belt is trump's most likely path to victory this fall. you can watch the full interview on this week with george stephanopoulos at 8:00 this morning right here on abc 7. some preachers in spokane are taking that city and pride parade organizers to court after they were attacked on the street last month. video shows a 17-year-old girl punching the two street preachers. she was arrested and charged with assault. the preachers claim their first amendment right of free speech was violated. the chair of the lgbt group outspokane disagreed and says
he's disappointed. part of a national park is closed after a grizzly bear bit and scratched a visitor. it happened friday night at the denali national park. a 28-year-old woman was hiking with two other people and scared the bear off and then played dead when it charged at them. but the bear scratched and bite her. the animal has had other encounters with park visitors in the past two weeks. officials say because of its erratic behavior, the bear will be located and killed as soon as possible. a scary sight in one neighborhood. fish and wildlife officials worked with police to capture a 70-pound mountain lion. it was first seen dangling from a tree. there were several attempts to tranquilize the big cat, but it kept moving and made its way into someone's backyard. finally the animal was cornered and subdued. during our efforts to
capture it, there were people on the streets. luckily it didn't take a bad turn. >> they couldn't have done a better job. >> the cat has been tagged, collared and released in to a remote area. smoking may soon be illegal on california state beaches. california lawmakers will take up a ban on smoking at beaches and parks once they return from summer recess in august. proponents say it's crucial to keep cigarette butts from lettering recreation areas, but some lawmakers believe enforcement will be difficult. >> enforcement is tough, we have so many miles of freeway and do we enforce everybody that goes 60 miles an hour in a 55 mile per hour zone? it's not a reason not to have a good that you. i think there will be a lot of self enforcement. >> if approved and signed by governor brown, the law could go into effect in 2017.
you can start reserving your spot tonight to watch danville's fourth of july parade. about 50,000 people will line the 1.2 mile route. this year's theme honors vietnam war veterans. organizers will allow residents to put chairs, tape and other items on the street after 6:00 tonight to reserve a space. the parade starts at 9:00 tomorrow morning on harts avenue and san ramon valley boulevard. there are higher fines for illegal fireworks and open alcohol containers. you could end up paying as much as $1300 in fines and fees. police say it's an all hands on deck weekend meaning every single officer available will be patrolling the streets to make sure people are being safe. the penalties are in effect today through tuesday morning.
the oakland police and fire departments are working together to plan for a safe fourth of july. they want people to celebrate, but not by shooting guns or setting off illegal fireworks. the city is infamous for illegal fireworks displays like these. tomorrow night police will have extra patrols in areas with the highest gunfire. they will arrest anyone caught firing a gun. they also have collection barrels at six oakland fire stations for illegal fireworks. still ahead on the abc 7 sunday morning news, nothing could be more reassuring to children than their mother's voice. why researchers say mom's voice may be a key to social development. and here is a live look from the exploratorium camera at pier 15. you see fog there. clouds and cool weather.
their american flags hang all over the country including ground zero at the world trade center. the company has been around since 1958, still make their flags the old fashioned way, by hand. >> we are part of i think in this country a heritage of small independent businesses. and it's what is the backbone of this country. and to be part of that at the same time being involved in manufacturing our nation's colors give us pride. >> the company is busiest between memorial day and fourth of july. and a pretty cool day to be flying flags. in oh, yeah, but it's july in san francisco. emeryville in the mid-50s. you can see all the cloud cover. we'll get this to a mostly sunny afternoon. go as. temperatures near 70. we'll talk about the cool fourth and cooler rest of the week coming up. thank you. and also ahead, harrison barnes to the mavericks?
he's offered a four year max contract. all the details coming up in sports. (whispering) what are you doing up? (whispering) mom said i could have a midnight snack. well, i say it's late, and you need to go to bed. why? because i am the boss. you're not the boss, mom's the boss. well, technically, we are co-bosses. technically, mom's the boss. mmmm. shhh.
but what is really going on inside their brains to make them feel that way? >> how much of the brain becomes active for hearing your mother's voice. >> reporter: daniel abrams set out to use functional mri scans to see how children in the 7 to 12-year-old range process the sound of their mother's voice. they say early research had already documented a connection even with unborn babies in the womb. >> and fetal heart rate goes up. >> reporter: as in this demonstration, the team had mother and other women with similar voices read short made up words in to a digital recorder. the kids were then placed into the mre. >> and we say you're about to hear some voices that may be familiar to you. >> reporter: he says the voices were randomized. when they compared the pathway, they were stunned. not just voice related pathways lit up, but also different
centers in the brain that processed emotion, facial recognition and even reward behaviors. >> a wide broadcast of the mom's voice to all of these emotion and reward areas in the brain. >> reporter: they say it's too early to draw firm conclusions from findings, but they believe that having such varied parts of the brain keyed in on the mother's voice could be an indication of the influence on the child's social development. what they also don't know is whether other important voices in the child's life are processed the same way. >> parents are asking about father's choice and i've gotten a bunch of e-mails saying being well,what about dad. >> reporter: answers could be coming. the team says the study will now provide a baseline for future research and as any good mother meet tell you, if you want to learn, you have to keep listening. and in terms of that future research, the stanford team says
another potential avenue for future study is autism. to learn what children with that condition process early voice cues in the same way as other children. let's get a check of the accuweather weather now. hey, lisa. >> good morning. you may have noticed our marine layer pretty healthy in fact growing even a bit taller this morning. here is live doppler 7 hd. quarter mile up in santa rosa. the rest of you not so bad. it's in response to this area of low pressure allowing for the marine layer to grow taller. the warmer air caps a lid on the cooler air bloon. yesterday was 1800 feet. 2,000 feet today and eventually as we get into tuesday, the upper levels of the atmosphere will cool, then it will evaporate and wash out all together. so it will be sunnier, but cooler. not in time for the fourth, though. santa cruise look at the clouds cover, it will be a gray day. 57 right now san jose. 53 morgan hill. half moon bay 52 as well as the
city with 57 in oakland. mountain view, 58. it's been nice on the peninsula and this is east bay hills camera with the fog here. so looks gorgeous this morning. should be pleasant for our friends in the east bay valley. 56 by the delta. liver more 56. napa at 51. you see the gray skies. we will have fog and fire works for the fourth extending locally inland. so cool water temperatures and wave heights up to seven feet on some of the south facing beaches. risk of strong rip currents and very, very cold water temperatures could lead to hypothermia, so keep that in mind if you're spending time here. you have the sweat hushirt with temperatures in the upper 50s. 69 again for santa cruz. limited sunshine. so from the eldorado county fire there, we're looking at the
trailhead fire, allowing for hazy conditions in the sierra nevada over 3,000 acres, only 12% contained. and hotter temperatures in the central valley thankfully, but still a tough time getting a ham on that. in pleasant ton, are 86 at 3:00, very nice day with 75, 7:00. cool mid-60s by 11:00 tonight. so hopefully they won't kept swept this afternoon. as 1:00, weather will be nice with a very light breeze. temperatures around the bay today from 59 this half moon bay once again low 80s in san jose. palo alto. 69 in oakland. so should be nice on the east bay shore line. cloudy skies tomorrow night through oakland and hayward, of course san francisco, san mateo and temperatures will be comfortable in the 60s, but the cloud deck as low as 400 feet
the. 7 day forecast, 58 to 88 today, tomorrow, and then the marine layer should mix out and we'll see more sunshine but cooler afternoon highs. >> thank you, lisa. fog and fireworks, what a combination. in sports this afternoon, the giants will try to rebound from a tough loss last night in arizona. the bull pen led a late inning lead slip away. here is mike shumann with the highlights. looking for their third straight win. hunter pence back on the field to go some exercise. still a few weeks away with the bad hamstring, though. second inning, tejada base head. crawford scores from third. offense wasn't done. fourth inning crawford, eighth home run of the year. that made it 4-1. next pitch, williamson, see ya. 460 feet.
third home run of the year. giants well on their way to a win. bottom eight, a double to start the inning. and then a fly out to center. bochy goes to the bull pen. he walked a batter and then strickland gives up a three run homer to castillo. bull ben blows it. giants fall 6-5. an opposite field base hit in the third, coco crisp scores, 2-0 as. just like last night, by the pirates score back and the game is tied. frese would get his revenge in the tenth with this base hit. that turned out to be the winning run. they would add one more. as lose third straight 4-2 the final.
espn sources are reporting that the dallas mavericks intend to sign harrison barnes to a four year max contract offer. wait to see if durant is willing to join the dubs. it would be awkward to bring him back as the highest paid player on the team and it could be a chemistry issue. harrison can't feel much loyalty. and celtics pulled out all the stops bringing tom brady to their meeting. hopefully durant knew who he was. have to give them credit for
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entire family with live music, food, a petting zoo and fireworks display over the bay. it all starts at 6:30 tonight. pretty get a final check of the accuweather weather forecast with lisa. >> it will be foggy there, but we will look for the low clouds and fog to clear. warmest day out of the next 7 in san jose, about 81. and then the temperatures trail off. we should mix out the marine layer after the 4th. 65 in richmond, 77 palo alto, 81 san jose, 70 in vallejo. upper 50s coast, upper 80s inland and then cooler throughout the week. from thank you to joining us on the abc 7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler. the news continues now online on, twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc 7 news app. abc 7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. "good morning america" is up next. have a happy holiday weekend.
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treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®. >> good morning, america. new overnight, hillary clinton's fbi interview. answering questions about her private e-mail server. whether classified information was mishandled. what she's saying about the meeting. could it change the shape of the presidential race? terror attack. three students from american universities among the 20 hostages killed in the bloodbath at an upscale bakery in bangladesh popular with foreigners. the moment troops stormed in. who was really behind this? how the terrorists decided ho would live and who would die. kid crime fighters. the siblings caught home alone when burglars broke in. rushing into a closet to call 911. >> what happened? >> they just came into my parents' room. >> police speeding to the scene.