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it's saturday, july 23rd, good morning and thanks for joining us, i'm chris nguyen. frances, you're tracking the heat for us. >> yes, the heat is on, you'll feel it especially this afternoon. notice at 6:00 this morning, antioch is already at 68 degrees, we also have 47 degrees in half moon bay. cooler there. san francisco, 55 and san jose 60 degrees, we're warmer compared to yesterday at this time. that's the trend that will continue tomorrow. antioch 10 degrees warmer. pretty shot showing you very weak marine layer trying to break through but with high pressure prevailing we'll see temperatures climb inland. so we've got just a little bit of cloudiness for the 7:00 hour. by noon, plenty of sunshine. the uv index will be extreme and temperatures will be climbing into the low 90s.
mild day at the beaches this afternoon. warm, 64 degrees there to near 100 inland and i'll let you know the changes in the accuweather forecast coming up. >> frances, thank you. the democratic ticket is set, hillary clinton has selected tim kaine to be her running mate. she made the announcement yesterday. alyssa has reaction from bay area democrats and republicans. >> reporter: a tweet and fist bump confirmed hillary clinton's pick for her vice presidential running mate, tim kaine from the battleground state of virginia, a man clinton says devoted his life to fighting for others. >> i think it's a real good choice. this is a man of substance, this is a really good person. >> reporter: george miller who was a long time member of congress met kaine two years ago and described him as confident and grounded with a deep sense of humanity. >> he earned the respect of people in the senate. he's negotiated some tough
issues back and forth. >> reporter: the former chairman the california gop called clinton's pick predictable. >> vp picks are supposed to balance the ticket and she had to go left to meet the challenge from bernie. >> he's not convinced bernie supporters will get on board. >> i don't think he plays beyond virginia. i think what happens is that pence helps trump more than kaine helps hillary. >> reporter: 58-year-old kaine is a father of three, catholic and speaks fluent spanish. here he is on the campaign trail with clinton last week. >> hillary is ready to be president. hillary is ready to be our leader. hillary is ready to make history. >> reporter: clinton and kaine will make their first appearance together saturday in miami. alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. the big stage is set to go ahead of next week's democratic national convention at the wells fargo center in philadelphia. count on abc 7 news for complete coverage of the convention. our very own reggie aqui and
laura anthony will be live in philadelphia beginning on monday. one day after accepting his party's nomination, donald trump spent much of the first news conference rehashing a primary fight with his rival ted cruz. trump revived the unsubstantiated accusation that cruz's father met with a whman o killed jfk. >> i don't want his endorsement. what difference does it make? i don't want his endorsement. i don't want his endorsement. ted, stay home, relax and enjoy yourself. >> trump's next scheduled campaign stop is monday in winston salem, north carolina. developing news in southern california, a monster fire is burning just north of los angeles. more than 200 homes are under a mandatory evacuation. it started yesterday at around 2:15 in the afternoon. some people have taken horses and other animals to an evacuation center. the fire exploded in size
yesterday to more than 3300 acres because of triple digit temperatures and gusty winds. containment is at zeer percent. isis has claimed responsibility for a bombing that killed at least 61 people and injured 207 others. it happened during a protest march in the capital city of kabul. the pro testers were demanding that a major regional electric power line be routed through their i am pofrished home province. less than 40% of the population connected to the national grid. overseas, new details in the shooting in munich, the teenage gunman who killed nine people in a shooting rampage at the shopping mall does not appear to be ties to terrorist. >> reporter: german authorities with new details on young man who open fire at the olympia shopping center on friday evening. they now say all signs point to the 18-year-old german iranian born in munich as being the lone
attacker who killed himself after murdering nine others. most of them teenagers, he was a student and police say there's no evidence to connect him to isis or any other islamic extremist group. the police raiding the apartment where the teen is believed to have live with his parents, articles in a books about school shootings, just before 6:00 p.m. on friday, outside mcdonald's at the shopping center, he draws his weapon, a pistol and starts firing. seemingly randomly on passers by. then in another clip, the suspect paces the roof top of a parking garage then raises his gun and appears to take aim and fire. >> people running towards us, they were panicking and in shock. >> reporter: the city quickly put on lockdown as police swarmed and sealed off the area around the shopping center and parents holding children close and families running through the street. people told to keep their hands in the air as they were
evacuated and shattered car windows and body covered in a sheet as paramedics arrived to treat the wounded. the transportation system shut down and residents told to stay in their home because of initial fears there are three gunmen who escaped. >> nobody really knew what was going on. >> reporter: this horrific attack coming on the heels of another days ago when a 17-year-old afghan stabbed passengers on a train with an axe and knife. apparently inspired by isis. and at least 84 dead in the teal day attack claimed by isis. back in munich, a fuller picture but the exact motive of what drove the attacker to kill so many in cold blood is still unclear. and that was alex reporting. a full flight from sfo to munich took off last night and scheduled to land at 9:00 this
morning. we spoke with passengers before takeoff. >> reporter: as passengers checked in for this flight to munich, there was a sense of uneasiness. >> it's a concern. it's been happening all over the world. >> i would have never thought what happened so close to us, like happened in france before and everybody else, i would never think it would be in germany. >> reporter: he was waiting with his girlfriend who will stop over in munich first. >> my parents said to me, i should be very careful when i'm there and they are very scared. >> reporter: the situation on the grounds in munich has been resolved. they believe the lone shooter may have committed suicide. some bay area residents called the german consulate wondering if they should warn loved ones traveling there. >> should they leave? i calmed them down, this is over and this is unfortunately something that can happen anywhere in the world these days. >> reporter: for those who are from munich, this is a shocking
realization about the reach of violence. >> cannot say, yes, we're living in bavaria, it's so peaceful, we have october fest, it's not possible anymore. we cannot do that. that would be too naive. >> reporter: she said this type of gun violence is unheard of in germany because they have very strict gun laws. abc 7 news. stay with abc 7 news for the very latest on the shooting in germany. and for breaking news any time, be sure to download the abc 7 news app and neighbor push alerts. familiar and friends remembered a healedsberg graduate killed by a suspected drunk driver. more than 300 people attended a vij it at plaza park in his hon honor, including fraternity brothers who flew in.
the pain was obvious as they leaned on each other for support and wrote messages on paper lanterns. human error is to blame after 1 million gallons of partially treated sewage water was dumped in the san francisco bay. the wrong valve was turned sending 952,000 gallons of partially treated sewage into the bay. the valve was capped after seven minutes. >> this one valve was not labeled and one of our state trained operators was just had a mistake. >> water officials say the accident did not cause any harm to public health or the environment because most of the pollutants had been removed from the water before it reached the bay. >> we're off to a mild start. enjoy for now because changes are on the way and frances is checking the forecast for us. >> if you want to head out, now is a good time, we'll see triple digit heat inland.
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near big sur has spread to 2,000 acres. the monterey county sheriff's office has ordered mandatory evacuations. we know that at least one structure is threatened, a red cross shelter is now open at caramel middle school. police are investigating a deadly train accident involving a pedestrian. yesterday sky 7 hd was over washington avenue in chapman road around 6:00 p.m. where police say an amtrak train struck a woman. they spoke to witnesses trying to figure out if it was an accident or suicide. also in san leandro, police arrested two burglary suspects. accused of breaking into a home early wednesday morning. surveillance video next door captured images of the burglaries and undercover officer matched descriptions later that day. they believe they followed a customer home from a marijuana related store hoping to find cash and drugs but may have broken into the wrong home.
6:13 is our time, the governor stepped to block the prison release of a former member. in april, a california review board granted her parole but yesterday governor brown denied it saying she was an unreasonable risk to society. it's been two days since a southwest airlines glitch led to hundreds of flight cancellations and thousands of delays. this morning passengers here in the bay area are still facing frustration. abc 7 news reporter has the details. >> reporter: theresa is trying to get home to san diego. >> pilots ready to go. i volunteered to be a flight attendant. didn't have a flight crew to back up the pilot so they canceled the flight. >> reporter: she was rebooked on a flight eight hours later but at least got a coucher. ron harlow came to san jose on business, if his flight gets canceled he's stuck for the weekend which means missing out at home. >> my children expect me to take them out to a concert on
saturday night and my bed and my pillow. >> reporter: southwest says a router failure wednesday caused a systemwide failure. since then the airline canceled 1500 flights. 4500 have been delayed. in a live social broadcast, southwest official called it the highest level of disruption in years. >> what we're doing is trying to reset the network and that is a complicated piece that we have to do but it takes two or three days to totally get to. we weren't comfortable. >> sort of a domino for the whole family, for those traveling and here as well. parking the car, circling the airport. >> reporter: at sfo, the southwest line was even longer. frustrated passengers blamed a lack of staff. three people chatting together, kind of laksidaisical. >> fewer weekend flights should help them get back on track, abc
7 news. >> happening today, calling all pokemon trainers, you can catch a bus to catch them all. offering free rides all day today. the pokemon go trainer who catches the most on vine buses at the transit center or near a bus stop will win a gift card and free bus pass. they want to encourage new riders to explore their community in hopes of using transportation around napa regularly. thousands will walk to end breast cancer, avon walk in the bay area, covers 39 miles. participants will walk through north beach and pacific heights and across the golden gate bridge and scenic countryside of marin. they then head back to san francisco tomorrow. opening ceremony starts in 15 minutes at fort mason. let's get a check on the full accuweather forecast now.
>> if you're heading out the door, you might need a light lie area. live doppler 7 shows mainly clear conditions and little bit of low clouds over the central part of the state. from mt. tam you can see a few low clouds at the coast. that's about it. temperatures right now are mainly in the 50s to low 60s, san francisco, 55, oakland, 54, mountain view, 60 degrees, coolest spot half moon bay, only 47 degrees. we're looking north towards the golden gate bridge and just that tiny little bit of marine layer out there. in the north bay we also see cool numbers right now. santa rosa and napa and novato in the low 50s and fairfield and concord, 60 degrees. a live shot at sfo, clear skies all around the bay right now. we've got a clear and mild morning, triple digit heat inland this afternoon. and then the hot days continue into next week. i'll show you that with the accuweather seven-day forecast.
we could see a few patches of fog along the coast and everywhere else by late morning, plenty of sunshine, pretty much for everybody, that's going to allow temperatures to really warm up today. we'll be near 100 in gilroy. 98 degrees for you there. san jose at 87. santa clara at 85 and redwood city looking good at 82 degrees and if you want to head to the beach, it's going to be mild there as well. daily city, 64 degrees, downtown san francisco, 68. and our warmest area in the north bay will be ukia at 101, santa rosa 94 degrees and san rafael, 84 degrees. warm conditions in the east bay with low 80s through newark and free mont. triple digits in brentwood, 100 in antioch. fairfield 99. upper 90s through concord and
wall nut creek and pleasanton. if you're heading to the beach today, the uv index will be extreme because of the lack of clouds. definitely have your sunscreen it will be nice, though you will see a breeze in the afternoon. temperatures will still stay in the 60s. 82 degrees in santa cruz this afternoon. if you're headed to the a's game tonight, 6:05. there's going to be fireworks at the end of the game. 71 degrees for the time by the time the game starts with sunny conditions and clear skies tonight. great viewing conditions for those fireworks. here's a look at the week ahead in san jose. we're well above average and it's going to stay that way throughout the week. today our high will be 87 above average high of 83. things fluctuate a little over the next couple of days but notice we'll be in the low 90s for most of the workweek. the accuweather 7-day forecast, sizzling numbers today and then still hot tomorrow.
although we'll drop just a few degrees by monday morning we could see some fog and some drizzle, slightly cooler afternoon but then look for the triple digits to return. plenty of sunshine once again. a great day to head to the beach, tuesday and wednesday and into thursday and it's looking warm all week. chris? >> frances, thank you. coming up, when bees suddenly appear. we track down the source of the swarm that buzzed over san francisco's union square.
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here's what's coming up on "good morning america." >> coming up, we start with politics and hillary clinton's buzzer beater announcement, announcing virginia senator tim kaine as her vp days away from the democratic national convention. they are hitting the trail today. we have political reaction including from donald trump. plus our other breaking news overnight, a gunman going on a shooting rampage in a german mall killing nine and himself. the city of munich struggling to get back to normal after a citywide lockdown and manhunt. what german police are learning this morning about the gunman an any possible terror ties. and finally someone has reached the pokemon pinnacle.
all characters becoming most downloaded game in app history. we hope to see you soon. sports world is paying tribute to former head coach dennis green who passed away yesterday. abc 7 news eric thomas looks back at his career. >> reporter: this is the way a lot sports fans remember dennis green, a bizarre rant after his arizona cardinals lost to the chicago bears but there was much more to him starting with hi bay area ties. >> i've always considered myself part of the 49er family. >> reporter: and assistant under bill walsh coaching special teams and wide receivers like legend jerry rice. >> wide receiving coach for so many years an we stayed friends over the years also. so i'm real saddened by it. he really did a lot for my
career. >> and mike shoeman. >> he taught you have to be professional and for young players just what you needed. >> after leaving the niners, he moved on to stanford becoming the first african-american head coach in the pac-12. he blazed a similar trail at northwestern, becoming the big 10s first black coach. >> he learned from the best, bill walsh, much of us did. but he was able to take his own style to those programs and really make the most of it. >> if you want -- >> as for the outburst after green's cardinals lost to the bears, he says it just showed his intensity. >> this is just what they are, they are not invincible, we knew we could beat them. he was upset they didn't come through with it. >> he died from a massive heart attack, he was 67. eric thomas, abc 7 news. draymond green has reached a
plea agreement in the assault case. he'll pay a $565 fine and currently playing with team usa, the misdemeanor assault charge will be reduced to a noise violation if he avoids criminal offenses and contact with the victim for a year. green was arrest the earlier in east lansing accused of slapping a man outside a bar. steph curry is getting backlash over these shoes, under armour just released the shoe bearing the superstar's name and some on twitter are calling it ugly and worse than last shoes bashed on social media. it goes on sale in august for $150. a swarm of bees were clustered thursday on right outside the cliffs hotel. some bees left the roof top to
find a new home which is a natural process. the hotel was 100,000 bees on its roof to make honey and keep the neighborhood naturally healthy. we have much more ahead on pt abc 7 morning news. held a day of remembrance yesterday. ♪ light piano today i saw a giant. it had no arms, but it welcomed me. (hawk call)
thanks for joining us, we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. frances is tracking conditions where you live. >> we're seeing a wide range of temperatures right now. it's cool along the coast, half moon bay, 48 degrees and san francisco 55 but then check out inland numbers antioch, already 67 degrees right now. san jose is at 60 degrees. so we're generally warmer than we were compared to yesterday at this time and that's the trend that's going to continue into the afternoon hours. we're looking over a little bit of low clouds there near the golden gate bridge but we'll see plenty of sunshine later on. sunrise just happened shortly after. we've got already sunny conditions over most of the bay area, extreme sunshine this afternoon so definitely have sunscreen handy. by 4:00, we'll see our warmest temperatures reaching triple digits in the inland areas. i'll let you know how long the heat will last with the
accuweather 7-day forecast. >> presumptive nominee hillary clinton officially named virginia senator tim kaine as her pick for vice president. the announcement comes days before the democratic national convention. abc news reporter lauren listor has more. it was a vp search shrouded in secretty. revealing her running mate, a man who never lost an election. >> tough times don't last but tough people do last. >> reporter: hillary clinton tweeting this highlight reel of her running mate, maybing her vp pick official with a text to supporters and this tweet show being her fist bumping the potential next veep, tim kaine. just before going public with the choice -- are we ready to go win an election in november? >> reporter: clinton making a
phone call to kaine back stage after this rally. a chance to tryout the potential ticket, the virginia senator apparently nailing his audition. >> hillary is ready to be president. hillary is ready to be our leader and hillary is ready to make history. clinton saying on charlie rose recently for her that's a plus. >> i love that about him. >> reporter: before senator kaine was governor and lieutenant governor in virnlg vij and could help in the battleground state and security credentials. a devout catholic, morally opposed to abortion and death penalty but will uphold the law. he's also fluent in spanish, which could help clinton in winning over latino voters. >> the two are expected to appear together in miami today. democratic national convention
in philly which gets started on monday. abc news, philadelphia. you can count on abc 7 news for complete coverage of the democratic national convention next week. our very own reggie aqui and lour ra anthony it's been a little over a year since kate steinle was shot by an undocumented immigrant with a stolen gun. it's brought up by politicians, including donald trump at his speech thursday night at the republican national convention. >> where was the sanctuary for kate steinle? >> i sat down with steinle's family yesterday an interview you'll only see on abc 7 news. >> many people go to soak in beauty of the bay for some this memorial bench at pier 14 in san francisco, says reminder of a life cut short. >> she really wanted to hear how the day was and catch up with a friend or somebody she didn't
know. >> reporter: last july kate steinle was walking with her father when she was shot and killed by a convicted felon in the country illegally. weeks later we were in washington, d.c. as they pushed for immigration reform. since then politicians have shared her story time and time again, including at the republican national convention. so far the family says there's been a lot of talk but very little action. >> don't pay too much attention to it. they are going to say what they are going to say. i really have no saying what's going to be put out there. >> reporter: at the home where kate grew up in pleasanton, her big brother brad is making memories with a family of his own. he and his wife welcomed reese katherine steinle and call her an absolute blessing. >> has a little bit of knowing what she wants and is really independent like kate. it has to do with the fact she's a steinle and also a sag tear yus like kate. the steinle's will hold the good
for your soul run, benefitting two charities important to kate. >> i feel i have to take the torch for kate and spread kind of the kate effect because she wanted to give back and help. >> the family honoring the past while embracing the present, making a generation on impacts to come. >> the good for your soul run takes place on sunday, october 3th in pleasanton. to sign up, head over to our website, abc 7 news.com. new details in the death of a man shot by oakland police last year. the east bay times, the daughter of richard perkins filed a lautd against the city of oakland yesterday. police officers shot and killed him during a side show last november. the east bay times also reports from the lawsuit his daughter said perkins had a toy pistol and tried to get rid of it before getting closer.
the suit seeks unspecified damage. the naacp is leading a peaceful protest in hayward and in response to the recent killings of black men and police officers. organizers say the protest is meant to unify the community and serve as an outlet to express their feeling. the goal is to march for equality and justice and protest starts at 1:00 this afternoon at the hayward naacp office on b street. there was a moving tribute for fallen officers yesterday, not only for those killed in dallas and baton rouge but also for those who died in the line of duty here in the bay area. abc 7 news reporter vick lee has the story from san francisco. ♪ god bless america ♪ land that i love >> reporter: those gathered here remembered their fallen colleagues from attacks in dallas and baton rouge. >> wake up, america. our police officers are the good guys. >> reporter: officer brian
tavarro, nick burkeo and sergeant darrel -- >> reporter: police union president read off the names of his colleagues, officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. the police union said they chose this date because hayward police sergeant scott lunger was killed a year ago. san jose police were also mourning their losses. officer michael katherman and michael johnson shot to death. >> we have been devastated by losing two officers in only 15 months. >> reporter: those also remembered san francisco firefighters, lieutenant vincent perez and anthony valerio, who died in a house fire on diamond heights. they also mourned those who died across the bay. >> in oakland it has been seven years since we lost our four heroes in one day and we're still healing. >> there were officers mike
dunakin, hagy, all killed during a manhunt. the message to the public was this. >> we chose this profession because we care. it is a calling to all of us. to put their lives on the line for people they don't even know. abc 7 news. still ahead on the abc 7 morning news, a vintage form of entertainment. >> this is all there used to be, right? radio, people sitting next to the radio and listening to the radio drama. >> next, where it's about the sounds more than the sights. here's a live look outside from our south beach camera on this saturday morning. frances returns with the full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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frances is checking forecast and how warm it's going to get. >> if you're heading to oakland, the high today will be 77 from mt. tam. you see a few low clouds coming in from the coast but we have a much warmer than average forecast coming up. >> also ahead, a night they would like to forget as giants suffer
look from our golden gate bridge camera as drivers make their way into the marina district. we have some changes on the way. frances has the forecast coming up. alameda will briefly go back in time at the coughman auditorium, part of an event to help preserve a part of history. wayne freedman has the story. >> reporter: let's go back in time, it's the mindset which you may not be familiar, actors stage rehearsing for a radio play. >> entertainment, yeah, don't you remember, perhaps you're not old enough sitting in front of a radio, don't look away like that. >> reporter: this performance is a benefit for radio day on the bay by the california historical radio society in alameda. down the street there's even more as they display and auction some of the equipment on which people used to listen to these shows and antiques that still work. all of the stuff in the room comes from the time when tubes
were a marvelous technology and transistors haven't been evented and silicon chips unimaginable. >> i talk about radio and hold up this in my hand and go what's this? they say it's a phone. what if i were to tell you this is a radio. >> meantime -- close your eyes and open your ears and fill in the blanks with your imagination. >> everything is very subtle. that's what's missing, it's subtle. that's missing in today aesz entaint. >> reporter: subtle? >> welcome back to 1943 for an hour at least. in alameda, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. let's turn to the full accuweather forecast with frances here tracking the conditions on this saturday morning. >> good morning, everyone. we're waking up to a beautiful saturday, mainly clear skies around the bay area. low clouds around the central valley and here's a view from san francisco.
you see the low clouds past twin peaks and along the coast. that's not going to make much damage today, note going to spill inland at all. san francisco right now 55 degrees and san jose 60 degrees, morgan hill, 54. half moon bay, the cool spot at 48 degrees. now i want to take you to sfo, on the peninsula, clear conditions and blue skies over the area. novato, 50 and fairfield and concord it's 60 degrees. east bay hills, we mainly have clear conditions here and it's going to be mild this morning. triple digit heat inland and then hot days will continue into next week. we'll show you that with the accuweather 7-day forecast. a few patches of fog during the early morning hours and that's about it. elsewhere plenty of sunshine throughout the rest of the day.
and if you're headed to this sonoma county fair, it's going to be a hot one there today. even by noon things will be heating up to the mid-80s by 3:00, mid-90s and warmth lingers in the evening hours and sunsets at 8:26 and comfortable and milder by 9:00 p.m. 55 degrees for you there. uv index will be extreme, highs today near 100 in gilroy, 98 and also 91 in los gatos, san jose, 87 today. palo alto to reach the low 80s, mountain view, 84. millbrae 72 degrees and downtown san francisco 65 degrees and north bay numbers will be warm. novato at 90. santa rosa 94. even 101 and san rafael, 84 degrees. look for comfortable and warm weather in the east bay from 76 in berkeley to 82 and low 80s
through union street and into fremont. so one of the hottest spots will be brentwood and antioch. triple digit heat there. near 100 in fairfield, concord 97 and walnut creek and livermore 98 degrees. definitely you'll want to stay cool. this time we're looking towards ocean beach and here's what you can expect if you're headed to the beach today. it will be a great day to head to the beach but with extreme uv index and lots of bright sunshine have a lot of sunscreen with you. you'll need to reapply and a lot of 60s at the coast and even 82 degrees in santa cruz, here's a look at the next few days, to give you an idea what to expect, still going to be hot tomorrow, triple digits once again. little bit cooler on monday where inland numbers will come down to the 90s and then the heat picks right back up again into tuesday. so here's the accuweather 7-day forecast, sizzling numbers
today, still hot inland tomorrow with little bit more fog. temperatures coming down a few degrees. possible drizzle monday morning and cooler afternoon and then heating right back up again. plenty of sunshine well above average tuesday and wednesday and thursday and for inland areas and around the bay and unfortunately, chris, not much relief inland but if you want cooler more comfortable conditions, you can always head to the coast where we'll mainly be in the 60s. >> i'll stay on this side of the bay. thank you. in sports, this afternoon, giants will try to snap their six-game losing streak, san francisco at yankees stadium. first pitch at 1:05 p.m. last night the giants went another one get away in the lead innings, here's larry beil with the highlights. >> good morning, the giants finding new and painful ways mired in a losing streak. they make four errors, three by
brandon crawford. buster posey's foul ball off the right foot would leave him in pain. the good news is the x-rays are negative. yankees scored two runs off bumgarner. beltran knocks in a run. 2-0 game. in the eighth, mac williamson doubles on trevor brown. a lot of giants fans in the bronx. grounder to crawford who throws high and brandon bell should have had that and scored on the third error. to the ninth, smoke, blows away brandon bell, 103 miles per hour. giants lose their sixth straight, 3-2 is the final. a's and rays enjoying bark in the park. went eight scoreless.
struck out seven. bottom 13 still scoreless, cocoa crisp with a base hit. the rookie ryan heely scores, good night, game over and drive home safely. and it is pie time for cocoa. a's win 1-0. they got him twice. to las vegas, where balance is critical. team usa preparing for rio, taking on argentina. kevin durant steal slam later in the corner. green setting up the screen. a lot of that in the regular season. thompson nine points in 16 minutes and drives and scores to the fourth durant to draymond. u sst a rolls 111-74. >> great to be a part of usa basketball and finding our rhythm and groove. we have so many unbelievable people, man, they welcome us
every year here. feels like home. >> athleteses and celebrities in lake tahoe for the american century championship. tell curry, even at this age he can fall out of bed and knock down threes. how about that knee? scratch golfer but eight bogies in the first round. daddy dell tied for 32nd and joe paf elski, to the pitch we go. earthquakes and real salt lake in utah. pride of danville, buries it and the game ends in a 1-1 tie. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend. everybody, i'm larry beil. >> next ticket to riches, how much you can win in tonight's huge powerball jac
is $390 million. it rolled over 21 times since the reset to $40 million with a drawing on may 11th. good someone wins to have they have the option of a lump sum $270 million before taxes. reminder to get your tickets before 7:00 tonight. the drawing is at 7:59 p.m. let's get a final check on the weather with frances. >> if you're heading outside to get those lotto tickets you'll need the sunscreen. it's going to be super hot inland. oakland, 77. san francisco, mild at the coast, 65 in half moon bay and downtown san jose. the triple digit heat returns again for most of the workweek. >> thank you for joining us on the abc 7 i'm chris ngunguyen. good morning america is next, abc 7 news continues at 8:00 a.m.
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