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live from the kgotv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. it is saturday, july 23rd. good morning. thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. the first look at the forecast here's francis dinglasan. >> and good morning, everyone. you don't need a jacket this morning in san francisco. temperatures right now range from fist at the coast in half moon bay, our cool spot this morning. san francisco is currently 55. going to warm up. the warmest spot is antioch. fairfield at 267 degrees. check out this live shot. the avon walkers are moving along the embarcadero right now. it is a beautiful gorgeous day. by noon, extreme sunshine and
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extreme uv index and hot this evening and afternoon. in fact, by 4:00, it will be warm to hot with temperatures near triple digits inland and this evening at around 7:00, it will still be mild. hot numbers stay with us and i'll let you know the accuweather seven-day forecast. >> thank you. the democratic ticket is set. hillary clinton has selected virginia senator tim kaine to be her running mate. she made the announcement yesterday afternoon with both a text and tweet to her supporters. abc7 news reporter elissa harrington has reaction from bay area democrats and republicans. >> reporter: a tweet and fist bump confirmed hillary clinton's pick for vice presidential running mate. over in tim kaine from the state of virginia. a man clinton says has devoted his life to fighting for others. >> i think it's a good choice. i think it's a real good choice. this is a man of substance. this is a really good person. >> reporter: george miller, a long time member of congress met him two years ago and describes him as confident and grounded with a deep sense of humanity.
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>> he's earned i think the respect of people in the senate. he's negotiated some tough issues back and forth. >> the former chairman of the california gop calls clinton's pick predictable. >> vp picks are supposed to balance the ticket. she had to go left to meet the challenge from bernie. >> he's not convinced bernie's 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 [ speaking foreign language ] >> here he is on the campaign trail with clinton last week. >> hillary's ready to be president. hillary's ready to be our leader. hillary's ready to make history. >> reporter: clinton and kaine will make their first appearance together saturday in miami. elissa harrington, abc7 news. and the big stage is set ahead of next week's democratic national convention at the wells
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fargo center in philadelphia. count on abc7 news for complete coverage. 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 his first news conference yesterday rehashing a primary fight with lis rival ted cruz. trump revived the unsubstantiated accusation that cruz's father met with a man who killed jfk and revisited his personal attacks against cruz's wife and cruz himself. >> but i don't want his endorsement. what difference does it make? i don't want his endorsement. just, ted, stay home, relax. enjoy yourself. >> trump's next scheduled campaign stop is monday in winston-salem north carolina. breaking news out of monterey county. a brush fire near big sur has spread to about 2,000 acres. cal fire tweeted this photo of the fire yesterday. the sheriff's office has ordered
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mandatory evacuations of the pal low colorado area. one structure is threaten. developing news out of southern california, a monster fire is burning just north of los angeles. it started yesterday around 2:15 in the afternoon. more than 200 homes are under a mandatory evacuation. one structure has been destroyed. some people have taken horses and other animals to an evacuation center. the fire exploded in size yesterday to more than 5500 acres because of triple digit temperatures and gusty winds. containment is at zero percent. we have breaking news out you have afghanistan where isis has claimed responsibility for a bombing that killed at least 61 people and injured 207 others. two isis fighters detonated their suicide belts during a protest march in the capital city of kabul. the protesters were demanding that a major regional electric power line can routed through their hope province. afghanistan is short of power
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with less than 40% of the power connected to the national grid. new details in the shooting in munich, germany.police say the teenage gunman who killed nine people in a rampage at a shopping mall does not appear to have ties to terrorists. alex marquardt is in munich with the latest. >> reporter: german authorities this morning with new details on the man who opened fire at the shopping center on friday even. they now say all signs point to the german iranian who was born in munich as being the lone attacker who killed himself after murdering nine other. most of them teenagers. he was a student and the police say there's no evidence to connect him to isis or any other extremist group. this morning the police raiding the apartment where the teen is believed to have lived with his parents. in his room articles and a book about school shootings. just before 6:00 p.m. on friday outside a mcdonald's at the shopping center, he draws a pistol and starts firing seemingly randomly on
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passers-by. then in another clip, the suspect paces the roof top of a parking garage and then raises his gun, appears to take aim and fire. >> people were running towards us. they were panicking. they were in shock. >> reporter: the city quickly put on lockdown as police sealed off the area around the shopping center. parents holding their children close. people told to keep their hands in the air as they were evacuated. shattered car windows and a body covered in a sheet as pair are medics arrived on the scene to treat the wounded. the city's public transportation system shut down. residents told to stay in homes because of fears there were three gunmen who had escaped. >> people were confused. nobody knew what was actually going on. >> reporter: this who are rick attack coming on the heels of another days ago in bavaria when a 17-year-old afghan stabbed passengers on a train with an ax and knife apparently inspired by
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isis. and the least 84 dead in the bastille day attack in the french city of nice. a 31-year-old tunisian mowing people down in a trucking in an attack claimed by isis. back in munich, a fuller picture but the exact motive for what drove the attacker to kill so many in cold blood is still unclear. and that was alex marquardt reporting. a full flight to munich that took off last night is scheduled to land this morning. we spoke with passengers before takeoff. >> as passengers checked in for this flight to munich, there was a sense of uneasiness. >> it's a concern. i mean, it's been happening all over the world. >> i never thought what's happened so close to us like it happened in france before and everywhere. i would never think they would come to germany. >> jonas was waiting with his girlfriend who is flying back home to hanover but she will
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stop in hewn nick first. >> my parents said i should be very careful when i'm there and they are very scared. >> reporter: police believe the lone shooter may have committed suicide. in the midst of violence, some bay area residents called the german consulate wondering if they should warn loved ones. >> should they believe, i calmed them down and said this is over. and this is unfortunately something that can happen anywhere in the world she is days. >> reporter: those are from munich, this is a shocking realization about the reach of violence. >> i cannot say anymore, yes, we're living in bavaria. it's okay. we have mountains and the oktoberfest and so on. it's not possible anymore. we cannot do that. that would be too naive. >> reporter: she said in this type of gun violence is unheard of in germany because they have very strict gun laws. abc7 news. stay with abc7 news for the latest on the shooting in germany and for breaking news
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anytime, download the abc news ap and enable push alerts. family and friends are remembering a healdsburg high school graduate killed by a new york police officer suspected drunk driving. andrew escovery was studying electrical engineering and commuter science m.i.t. and died on saturday. more than 300 people attended a vigil in his honor last night including a dozen of his college fraternity brothers. the pain was obvious as they leaned on each other for support and wrote messages to him on paper lanterns. human error is to blame after almost 1 million gallons of sewage water was dumped in the san francisco bay. an employee turned it the wrong valve at san jose's wastewater fremont plant this week sending 952,000 gallons of partially treated sewage into the bay. the valve was capped after seven minutes. >> it was not labeled and one of our state trained operators was
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just had a mistake. >> water officials say the accident did not cause any harm to public health or the environment because of the pollutants had been removed from the water before it reached the bay. the time is 8:10. we're off to a mild start. changes are on the way. frances is tracking the forecast from the rooftop. >> if you want to get outside, now is a good time before the extreme sunshine and uv index moves in in afternoon. just a little bit of that cloud there as we look for mount tam. i'll let you know how hot it's going to be coming up. canceled flights, long delays and frustrated passengers. southwest airlines is still struggling to get back to normal following a massive glitch. plus, one of charles manson's followers finds out if she will be released on
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don't miss the wta action while it's in stanford. know vatto, oakland, sunnyvale and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. police in san leandro are investigating a deadly train crash involving a pedestrian. at around 6:00 p.m. yesterday, sky 7 hd was over washington avenue and chapman road where
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police say an amtrak train struck a woman. 80s still unclear if this was an accident or suicide. also, police arrested two burglary suspects with the help of video. darrenian smith and brandon polk are accused of breaking into a home early wednesday morning. video next door captured i think of the burglars. an undercover officer matched the zes kripgss later that day. they believe they followed a customer home from a marijuana store but may have broken into a wrong home. the governor stepped in to block the release of a former manson family member in april, a california review board granted leslie van houten parole but yesterday governor brown said 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 phrasing
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frustrati facing frustration. >> they had pilots ready go. i volunteered to be a attendant. they didn't have a crew to back up the pilot. >> reporter: she was rebooked on a flight eight hours later but at least she got a voucher. ron harlow came to san jose on business. if ice flight gets canceled he's stuck for the weekend. >> my children who expect me to take them to a concert on saturday night and my bed and pillow. >> reporter: southwest says a router failure caused a systemwide failure. since then they have canceled nearly 1500 flights. 4500 delayed. in a live social broadcast, the southwest official called it the highest level of disruption in years. >> we're trying to reset the network. that is a complicated piece but it takes a couple two or three days to get there. >> the airport isn't meant to be wait are at.
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we weren't comfortable. >> it's a domino for the whole family for those traveling and those here, as well. parking the car, circling the airport. >> at sfo, the southwest line was even longer. frustrated passengers blamed a lack of staff. >> three people chatting together just kind you have lacks days cal. they didn't care. we were in line for an hour and five minutes. >> southwest says fewer weekend flights should help them get back on track. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc7 news. happening today, calling all pokemon trainers. you can catch a bus to catch them all. free rides all day today. francity officials say the trainer who catches the most pokemon today on vine buses at the transit center or near a bus stop will win a gift card and free bus pass. they want to inspire new riders to explore their community in hopes of using public transportation around napa regularly. the full accuweather weather
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forecast with francis dinglasan. you're tracking the possibility of triple digit temperatures. >> we're definitely going to see that in some of our inland locations. for now, live doppler 7 to show you a few clouds out there off the coast. they are trying to trickle in, but they're not going to get very far. i'll show you a live shot looking at that very con debsed marine layer. it's moving back to the coast pulling out of san francisco right now. we saw some avon walkers moving through a few minutes ago in san francisco. temperatures have already climbed up. it's 58 degrees. oakland and mountain view at 64. san jose 65. morguing hill 61, half moon bay 5 degrees. this time looking towards the west, santa rosa 59, napa 63, novato 61, fairfield and concord and livermore in the mid 60s to upper 60s right now. and this time we're looking for
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mount tam. again, you see a few coastal clouds. mainly clear and mild morning. triple digit heat inland and those hot temperatures and hot days continue into next week. so we see a few patches of fog and low clouds along the coast during the morning hours but then this afternoon, mostly sunny conditions for almost everyone even along most of the coast. highs today will be near 100 in gilroy. 9 . san jose 87 degrees. and also, if you're headed to the redwood city blues festival today, 82 for you there. millbrae 672, downtown san francisco mild at 68 degrees. north bay also warm. san rafael at 84. santa rosa 94 and sonoma and nap an pa near 90. look for very comfortable 77 in oakland with warmer conditions in fremont. 82 degrees for you there. and here we see more triple digits, antioch and brentwood near 100.
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mid-90s in pleasanton area. walnut creek and concord at 97 degrees. now, i did find some fog. here's a look a live shot at santa cruz. it is going to be sunny later on today. so if you want to head out there now and claim your spot, good idea. bright and sunny with extreme uv index this mpb afternoon. mild around the other beaches with low to mid 60s. so great day if you want some cooler conditions. you'll have to head to the beach. tonight's game for the a's also also be comfortable. low 70s to mid 60s by the time the game ends and clear for the fireworks show tonight. notice the temperature trend. we're above average all week. in fact, we'll be warmer mid-week. the seven-day forecast. sizzling inland today. a lint cooler tomorrow. but still hot inland and then monday we could see drizzle. a little bit cooler for the afternoon and then triple digits return with plenty of sunshine through the rest of the workweek. no relief in sight. if you want to cool, you want to
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head to the coast because it is going to be a hot week ahead. >> keep the sunscreen handy. thank you. coming up, when bees suddenly appear. we've tracked down the source of the swarm that buzzed over union be the you who doesn't cover your moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.
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the sports world is paying tribute to the former nfl head coach dennis green who passed away yesterday. green was a trailblazer in the tight knit fraternity of football coaches. news anchor eric thomas takes a
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look back at his legendary career. >> they are what we thought they were. >> this is the way a lot of fans remember dennis green, the rant after his arizona cardinals loss to the chicago bears. but there was much more to him starting with his bay area ties. >> i've always considered myself part of the family. >> dennis green was assistant under bill walsh coaching special teams and wide receivers like legend gary martinez rice. >> he was my wide receiver coach for so many years. we stayed friends over the years also. so i'm real saddened by it. he ry did a lot for my career. >> reporter: and abc7's own sports anchor mike shumann. >> he thought you this is a profession now. be serious about it, and for young players he was just what you needed. >> reporter: after leaving the niners he moved on to stanford becoming first african-american head coach in the pac-12. he blazed a similar trail at
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northwestern, becoming the first big 10 coach. >> he learned from the best. bill walsh, many of us did. but he was able to take his own style to those programs and make the most of it. >> reporter: as for that outburst after the cardinals lost to the bears, it just shows his intensity. >> he said this is just what they were. they're not invincible. he was upset they didn't come through with it. >> reporter: he died from a massive heart attack. he was 67. eric thomas, abc7 news. draymond green has reaped' employee agreement in the assault case. he'll get no jail time and pay a fine. green is currently playing with team usa. his misdemeanor assault charge will be reduced to a noise charge if he avoids contact with the victim for a year. green was arrested earlier this month in east lansing accused of
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slapping a man outside of a bar. green's teammate step curry is getting backlash over the shoes. underarmor released a high end lifestyle schuberting his name. some people on twitter are calling it ugly and worse than his last shoes. it goes on sale in new york in august for $150. 25 is the time. state officials voted to remaim a popular park. anna dale state park will now it be called tree on any anna dale in honor of a local business leader credited with the saving the park from development in the 1970s. he pitched in $100,000 to keep the park running in 2012 when dozens parks statewide were threatened with closure. he died at the age of 94. state park policies normally discouraging changing park names, only twice in the past 13 years. a swarm of bees were
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clustered on a truck at geary and taylor. hotel management it tells abc7 news, some bees lef the rooftop to find a new home. the hotel has 100,000 bees on its roof to make honey and help keep the neighborhood narly healthy. much more ahead on the morning news. hands over heart. why bay area law enforcement held a day of remembrance yesterday. hillary clinton revealing her running mate
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live from the kgotv broadcast center. this is abc7 news. it is so great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. a lick look at weather. here's francis dinglasan tracking the conditions where you live. >> morning, everyone. it's sunny right now in san francisco. very little cloud cover this morning. temperatures right now at 5. you don't need a jacket. check out antioch, 71 degrees. that's going to warm up even more. so we're quite a bit warmer than yesterday. especially and the i okay. 11 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. here's a look at the golden gate bridge. the compressed marine layer means things warm up this afternoon. we'll see extreme sunshine. our warmest locations near triple digits and of course, at the coast it will still be mild in the 60s. now, we have very hot days ahead. i'll talk about that with the seven-day forecast.
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>> thank you. presumptive democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton officially named virginia senator tim kaine as her pick for vice president. this is a live look at florida international university in miami where the pair will officially campaign together today, and tim kaine will be introduced as her pick for vice president. on stage right now, this is state representative jose rodriguez addressing the crowd, hyping the crowd up. the announcement comes days before the democratic national convention. abc news reporter lauren lisser is in philadelphia where the dnc will take place this week. hi, lauren. >> reporter: hi, good morning, chris. monday it all starts off. as far as the vp pick, it's been shrouded in skeetcy. how hillary clinton revealing her running mate. they'll appear together in miami today. >> remember, folks, tough times don't last. but tough people do last. >> reporter: hillary clinton tweeting supporters this highlight reel of her running
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mate. >> tough people. >> reporter: making her pick official friday night with a text to supporters and this tweet showing her fist bumping the potential next veep, tim kaine. just before going public with the choice -- >> whoa. are we ready to win an election in november? >> reporter: clinton making a phone call to kaine backstage after this tampa raleigh to offer him the spot. >> are we ready for hillary? >> reporter: kaine hit the campaign trail with her last week, a chance to try out the potential ticket apparently nailing his audition. >> hillary is ready to be president, ready to be our leader. hillary is ready to make history. >> reporter: he is considered by many a safe choice. clinton saying on charlie rose recently, for her that's a plus. >> i love that about him. >> reporter: before the senate came with the governor and lieutenant governor of virginia and could help clinton in the critical battleground state. he brings national security
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credentials sitting on the armed services and foreign services committee. he is morally as opposed to abortion and the death penalty but will uphold the law. he's fluent in spanish which could help clinton in winning over latino voter. and the pick setting off a donald trump twitter tirade had morning. the republican nominee accusing kaine of being owned by the banks and the opposite of what bernie sanders stands for while reverting to calling clinton crooked hillary. i'm lauren lyster, abc7 news. count on abc7 news for complete coverage of the democratic national convention next week. our very own reggie aqui and laura anthony will be live in philadelphia starting on monday. it's been a little over a year since kate stein lee was kill at pier 14 shot by an undocumented immigrant with a stolen gun. this case has been continually brought up by politicians
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including by donald trump during his speech thursday night at the republican national convention. >> but where was the sanctuary for kate stein legal? >> we spoke to her family yesterday in an interview you'll see only on abc7 news. >> it's a place where many people go to soak in the beauty of bay. yet for some this memorial bench at pier 14 in san francisco serves as a reminder of a life cut short. >> she really wanted to hear how your day was and catch up with a friend or somebody she didn't know. >> reporter: last july, kate was walking on the pier with her father when she was shot and killed by a convicted felon in the country illegally. weeks later, we were in wau washington as family makers pushed lawmakers for immigration reform. since then, politicians have shared her story time and time again. so far the family says there's been a lot of talk but very little action. >> i don't pay too much attention to it.
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i really have you know, no say in what is going to be put out there. >> reporter: ar the home where she grew up in pleasanton,ler big brother brad is now making memories with a family of his own. he and his wife welcomed their little girl. they call her an absolute blessing. >> is really independent like kate. the fact that she's a stein lee and a sagittarius just like kate. >> reporter: this october, they'll hold the good for your soul run benefiting two charities important to kate. >> i feel like i have to take the torch for kate and spread the kate effect because she was that type you have person that wanted to give back and help. >> reporter: a family honoring the past while embracing the present all hoping to make an impact on generations to come. the good for your soul run honoring kate steinle takes place october 30th in pleasanton. head over to our website abc7
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news.com to find out more. time approaching:35. new details on the death of a man shot by oakland police last year. according to the east bay times, the daughter of richard perkins filed a civil rights lawsuit against the city of oakland yesterday. police officers shot and killed perkins near 90th and bancroft last november. the east bay times also reports in the lawsuit his dot said he had a toy pistol and tried to get rid of it before getting closer to police. the suit seeks unspecified daniels. the naacp is leading a peaceful protest in hayward in response to the recent killings of black men and police officers. organizers say the protest is meant to unify the people in the community and as an out jet for hem toe express tear feelings. it starts at the naacp office in hayward. there was a moving tribute for officers yesterday, not only
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those killed in dallas and baton rouge but also those who died in the line of duty here in the bay area. vic lee has the story from san francisco. ♪ god bless america, land that i love ♪ >> those gathered here remembered their fallen colleagues from a attacks in dallas and baton rouge into wake up, america. our police officers are the good guys. >> officer brian ta var row, officer nick burkeo. and sergeant darrell tujimodo. >> marty halloran read off the name of some of his colleagues who made the ultimate sacrifice. the police union said they had chose this state because hayward police sergeant scott lunger was killed a year ago. san jose police were also mourning their losses. officer michael catherman who died in june and michael johnson
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shot to death. >> we have been devastated by losing two officers in only 15 months. >> reporter: those here also remembered san francisco firefighters, lieutenant vincent perez and anthony valerio. they 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 are still healing. >> reporter: there were officers mark, ervin romans daniel sekai all killed during a manhunt for a gunman. >> the message was this. >> this is a calling to all of us. >> reporter: to put their lives on the line for people they don't even know. vic lee, abc7 news. the time is 8:37. still ahead on the abc7 morning news, a vintage form of entertainment. >> this is all there used to be. the radio. people would sit next to the
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radio and listen to radio drama. >> next, where it's about the sounds more than the sights. but first, a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera. we're off to a very sunny start across the bay. frances returns in a little bit with the full accuweather forecast.
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jose and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. welcome back, everyone. time right now is 8:41. here's a live look from florida international university in miami where hillary clinton will formally introduce tim kaine as her pick for vice president. we expect to turn things over to abc news for a special report sometime within the next half hour or so. stay with abc7 news and abc7 news.com for continuing coverage. happening today, celebrate all things bicycling. the pedal fest rolls into the square in oakland today. thousands are expected to attend this bicycle festival. attendees get to enjoy entertainment, food, live music and exhibits. it raises awareness for bike east bay, a non-profit organization that appropriates safe and convenient biking. it runs from 11:00 this morning till 6:00 p.m. this morning is probably the best time to get in a workout. frances is tracking how warm
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it's going to get today. >> do it now before things really heat up. inland, ripple digits. there's very compressed marine layer. a live camera shot. we've got mild where at the coast. it's great to head to the beach this weekend. i'm have your complete seven-day forecast coming up. it's a nice brandon crawford would like to forget, at the ambut as much as youpancakes were ploved them,. we didn't. so we made them with fresh buttermilk,
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welcome back. time right now is 8:45 on this saturday morning. we're taking a live shot from florida international university in miami where hillary clinton will introduce tim kaine as her pick for vice president. just on the stage moments ago, that was democratic congressman elsie hastings appearing to get the crowd revved up for this event. we expect hillary clinton to appear on stage at around 9:00 this morning. alameda will go back moo time today at the kaufman auditorium, an event to help preserve part of history. news reporter wayne freedman has the story. >> reporter: let's go back in time. it's a mind-set with which you may not be familiar. actors on the stage rehearsing for a radio play. >> you sound as entertainment, yeah. perhaps you're not old enough to remember. sitting in front of a radio, downtown look away like this.
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>> reporter: this performance of the maltese falcon is a benefit. down the street in the museum, there's even more as they will display and auction some of the equipment on which people used to liston these shows. transiters hadn't been invented yet and silicon chips unimaginable. >> when i talk to kids about radio, i hold up this in my hand and say what's this? they go it's a phone. i'll say what if i were to tell you this is a radio. >> meantime close your eyes, open your ears, fill in the blanks with your imagination. >> it's very subject. . that's what's missing. it's subtle in today's entertainment. >> subjectle? >> yes, subtle. >> reporter: welcome back to 1943 for an hour at least. wayne freedman, abc7.
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it is shaping up to to be a beautiful day here in the bay area. let's send things up to francis dinglasan tracking from the roof this morning. you don't even need a jacket. >> i took it off. plenty of sunshine. warm temperatures for us this morning already. we're seeing 70s right now. i wanted to go to live doppler 7 to show you very little cloud cover over the bay area. in fact, it's mostly off the coast. finding clouds is like playing the where's waldo game. there's a little bit near san francisco. that's about it. here's a live shot and some of those low clouds and the very thin weak marine layer trying to make its way in which it's not going to do this morning. san francisco 58. oakland and mountain view 64. san jose 65. morgan hill 64 and half moon bay at 56 degrees. calm conditions across the bay. san to rosa 59, napa 63, novato 64, fairfield, concord and
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livermore in the mid to upper 60s. already warming up. here's a look from mount tam. clear and mild morning. triple digit heat inland. the hot days continue into next week. i'll show you that with the seven-day forecast. our forecast animation shows you a few patches of clouds mainly off the coast and moving onto the peninsula coast. by lunchtime, plenty of sunshine for everyone else. and if you're headed outdoor today, bring a huge bottle of water. lots of sunscreen. at the sonoma county fair, the high will reach the mid-90s with strong sunshine this afternoon. even by 6:00 p.m., it's still going to be warm in the mid 80s. cooling off by 9:00 p.m. after the sunset at 8:26, down to the mid 60s. highs today will range. san jose 7, but hot in bill roy at 89.
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82 in redwood city. san mateo 76. notice at the coast we'll see mild temperatures na the 60s for the most part with daley city at 64 degrees. downtown san francisco 68. it's going to be mild and warm in the north bay with san rafael at 84, santa rosa 94, ukiah is one of those places gets above 100 today. very sunny, as well and comfortable in the east bay with 76 in berkeley. 84 in castro valley. fremont warm at 2 degrees. more triple digits in brentwood. hot there today with some upper 90s. walnut creek 97 as well as concord and livermore at 98 degrees. tonight very little cloud cover awe allows things to cool to the low 50s. upper fist through fremont, livermore and san jose. tomorrow will be another mild to hot day with some slight cooling on monday. that will be the coolest day of
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the week. so here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. sizzling temperatures inland today and monday we could see a little bit of drizzle. boom, ripple dithz right back in the forecast again. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, not much relief in sight. if you like it cool, head to the beach where temperatures stay in the 60s this week. >> good information. thank you, francis. turning to sports now this afternoon the giants will try to snap their six-game losing streak. there are reports johnniquette toe will take the mound instead of jeff smar ja first pitch at 1:05 p.m. last night the giants let another one get away in late innings. here's sports director larry beil with the low lights in this morning's sports report. >> reporter: good morning. the giants are finding new and painful ways to lose. last night, had he make four errors lee by brandon crawford. a scary moment for the giants as buster posey's foul ball would
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leave him in pain. he stayed in the game for awhile. the x-rays were negative so he is day to day. yankees went innings in the second. carlos beltran knocks in a run. a 2-0 game. yankee pen had not a lot of run new 31 innings. then we're tied at two. a lot giants fans in the bronx. row mine to crawford who fires high. brandon belt probably should have had that but a run scores on crawford's third error. smoke, a roll to chapman blows away brandon belt. 103 miles an hour. giants lose their sixth straight, 3-2 was the final. a's and rays enjoying a bark at the park. i like the fact the dog's got his own uni. shawn minaya struck out 11. bottom 13. still scoreless.
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coco crisp with a base hit. rookie ryan healy who led off with a double, he scores. game over and drive home safely and it is pie time. for cocoa. a's win, 1-0. look out this he got him twice. to you las vegas where balance is critical. team usa preparing for rio taking on argentina. kd 23 points. steal, slam, later in the quarter, draymond green setting up the screen. durant hits the three. klay thompson nine points in 16 minutes. drives, scores. to the fourth, to draymond. splash u.s. rolls 111-74. >> great to be part of u.s. basketball again and find out our rhythm and our groove. we've got so many unbelievable people and they welcome us every year here. feels like home.
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>> athlete and celebs in take tahoe for the american century championship. steph curry opting to dunk. eight bogeys in the first round. he and daddy dell tied for 32nd with seven points. joepa very ski tied for ninth with 17 points. to the pitch we go, earthquakes and real salt lake in utah. simon dawkins corner kick bounced off a defender and the pride of danville, chris wondolowski buries it and the game ends in a 1-1 tie. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. next, ticket to riches. how much money
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here are the winning numbers from last night's $15 million megamillions drawing. 8, 24, 25, 26 it, 30, the meganumber 7. it was hit again for the second consecutive drawing. two tickets matched all six. one purchased in georgia, another in virginia. tuesday's jackpot resets again at $15 million. happening today, get your tickets. tonight's powerball jackpot is estimated at $390 million. the ninth largest in the game's history. the amount has rolled over 21 times back on may 11th.
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if someone wins tonight, they have the option of taking an estimated $270 million before taxes. a reminder to get your tickets before 7:00 tonight. the drawing is at 7:59 p.m. let's get a final weather check now with frances up on the roof. >> this is t-shirt and shorts kind of day today with plenty of sunshine for everyone. triple digits inland, apartment i okay 100. san francisco 6. oakland 77. san jose 87. it's going to be hot all week. a mild break on monday with a little bit of drizzle and slightly cooler temperatures. have the sunscreen and sunglasses handy and a big bottle of water. >> thank you. thanks to you for joining us on the abc7 morning news. i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news ap. abc7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. till then, make it a great day, everybody.
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