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>> after all, when there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit. [ cheering ] >> good evening. i'm dan ashley, and i'm ama daetz. let's get right to abc 7 news reporter laura anthony, who is live at the democratic national convention in philadelphia. laura? >> hi, ama. well, it was really a stunning scene here earlier tonight. it was an emotional hillary clinton who walked out on to the stage here in the arena. her eyes were glistening. she took in this incredible ovation, hugged her daughter, and then accepted the nomination. and so hillary clinton begins the next chapter in her 40-year odyssey, one she hopes will end with an historic journey back to the white house. >> standing here as my mother's daughter and my daughter's mother, i'm so happy this day has come. i'm happy for grandmothers and
little girls. because when any barrier falls in america, it clears the way for everyone. >> on the biggest stage of her career, clinton focused on the theme "stronger together." >> bernie, your campaign inspired millions of americans. and to all of your supporters here and around the country, i want you to know i've heard you. your cause is our cause. >> but some bernie sanders delegates, many in the california section, weren't hearing it. bernie!ie! >> they tried to shout her down, only to be rebuffed by louder chants of "hillary, hillary." >> hillary, hillary! >> and several times clinton took dead aim at donald trump. >> a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.
>> she was always, always there for me. >> earlier, chelsea clinton introduced her mother. >> that feeling of being valued and loved, that's what my mom wants for every child. >> so let's be stronger together, my fellow americans. let's look to the future with courage and confidence. let's build a better tomorrow for our beloved children and our beloved country. ♪ i want to say >> i came with an open mind to hear what ms. clinton has to offer. i'm just going to hold her accountable. >> she is the only candidate for president that has the strength, the knowledge, the compassion, and the wisdom to lead this country. and to build a future for everyone included. >> hillary clinton is amazing. she is qualify and strong, and
she is chic, and that's exciting. >> back here at the wells fargo arena, you can see the party here is definitely over. cleanup well under way. edon't expect hillary clinton will be partying for long either. likely back out on the campaign trail. and squarely focused on her opponent, donald trump. for those of you who are keeping track, there are exactly 101 days left until the election. live in philadelphia, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> all right, thank you so much, laura. a bay area democrats watched hillary clinton's acceptance speech very closely tonight. >> let's continue our team coverage with abc 7 news reporter katie marzullo who was at a watch party in san francisco. >> plenty of applause for hillary clinton at the holiday inn on van ness in san francisco. >> that i thought was really, really, really good that she actually took the time to lay out her plan, to say what is going to happen and how shh is going to get everything done. >> to understand what she has come through, read more about
her story, what he has done over her entire career, really inspired me to support her. >> emma rich was moved to tears. >> it's a very emotional thing seeing a woman actually get the nomination of a major party. i think it opens up a lot of possibilities and changes people's minds about what women can do. >> one woman told me she was bernie sanders supporter right up until the end. >> it involves some compromise. and i think that's what bernie is trying to do. and that's what he is trying to tell everybody, that we now all have to work together. he always said it wasn't about one person. he said it was about a movement. >> clinton took aim at donald trump during her speech, which resonated with her supporters. >> i think she laid out that he has a resume of promising big, delivering little or not at all. and stiffing everyone he can at every possible moment. >> teresa rodriguez is a single mom. she brought her 5-year-old daughter to the watch party. >> if she wants to be the president of the united states of america, guess what? after this election, she can be. because she has seen a woman in
the white house. thinking was the first step, seeing a woman accept the democratic nomination. in san francisco, katie marzullo, abc 7 news. >> donald trump responded to clinton's speech tonight with five tweets about 20 minutes after she finished speak, including hillary will never reform wall street. she is owned by wall street. and hillary's vision is a borderless world where working people have no power, no jobs, no safety. >> one of clinton's goals was to reach moderate voters who may be unhappy with donald trump. >> abc 7 news political analyst and politico reporter carla marinucci said clinton nailed it tonight. >> but she hit all the points tonight when it came to unity in america, patriotism, you know, strength in military defense, and i think the economy. announcing that she is going to have in her first 100 days the largest job program since world war ii. so i think these are all issues that are going to appeal to a lot of moderate voters. and that's exactly what hillary
clinton needs to do. >> and carla believes the race for the presidency will be one of the nastiest our nation has ever seen. >> our coverage of the dnc continues tomorrow on abc 7 news. abc 7 news anchor reggie aqui will report from philadelphia. new at 11:00, police in pacifica arrested a man accused of using the date rape drug in several sex crimes. police say joseph courtney found his victims on websites and through smartphone apps. they say he contacted several boys for sex, and his crimes go back to 2007. tonight we have new details on a kidnapping attempt in san leandro. police released this sketch of the suspect. abc 7 news reporter elisa harrington is live in san leandro with more on how a good samaritan is being called a hero for likely saving the woman's life. elisa? >> this could have had a much different outcome if the good samaritan wasn't at the right place at the right time. he saw the attack happen and jumped out of his car to help.
even after getting pepper sprayed in the face, he was able to stop that kidnapping. san leandro police say the 23-year-old victim was walking to work around 7:45 in the morning when the suspect, seen in this police sketch, sprayed her in the face with mace or pepper spray. he then tried to drag the woman into his car. neighbors heard screaming and called 911. >> she was incapacitated by the mace. she wasn't in a position to be able to fight back. and what i understand is that she actually felt her feet enter the car. so it was that close to him getting her into the car and leaving. >> this happened on washington avenue, a busy four-lane street surrounded by apartments. the man driving by saw the woman being kidnapped. he ran over and fought the attacker off. chris burns calls that man a hero. >> the two people kind of wiping their eyes, wiping their whole face, trying to get the pepper spray off.
>> the victim did not know her attacker. >> we don't know why she is targeted, which is really disturbing. this is just a random attack on the female for reasons that are not clear. >> that's really unnerving. it's kind of scary to know that that's happening, especially in broad daylight. >> police are searching for a silver nissan sedan with tinted windows and silver spoked wheels. in san leandro, elisa harrington, abc 7 news. today a federal judge dropped all charges against a man about to be retried for the high profile murder of a washington intern. modesto native chandra levy was reported missing in 2001 and then found dead a year later. prosecutors say tonight they can no longer prove a case against the suspect, ingmar guandique. a jury convicted him of killing levy, but last year he was granted a new trial. levy's mother would not comment about the case, but she did call for an end to violence. >> just like a million other women that don't have their children, either boys or girls
due to shootings or due to any other major trauma, it has to stop. >> guandique will now face deportation proceedings. abc 7 news at 11:00 continues. wildfire devastation. a new look tonight at the burned and melted remains of the central coast community left in ruins. and mangled metal in the south bay. the rush to save the driver pinned underneath this van. and a sold-out crowd of 18,000. the match that had soccer fans packing the stands tonight. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist sandhya patel. the marine layer is deepening. hard to see san francisco tonight. i'll let you know that means for your upcoming weekend plans coming up. >> all right, sandhya, thank you. here is a look at what is coming up on jimmy kimmel live. >> thanks. watch this or don't. i'm not your mother. and have i some very bad news for you, matt. you're not getting on the show tonight again, either. sorry, we can't hear anything you say. you can sit there all night long
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we have breaking news in san jose right now. police are searching for a gunman in a homicide. it happened just after 10:00 tonight at willow and sherman streets. just moments ago, more officers and a k-9 unit arrived. they have cordoned off a wider area. investigators are also talking with witnesses, of course. stay with abc 7 news for any breaking updates, and follow us on twitter at abc 7 news bay area. a bulldozer operator who was killed while helping fight a wildfire in monterey county has been identified. 35-year-old robert reagan of fresno county was on a bulldozer when it rolled down a canyon, crushing him beneath it. reagan was a contractor hired to build containment lines.
abc 7 news was in carmel tonight as those gathered for a community meeting honored reagan with a moment of silence. at the meeting, state fire officials said now that fewer people are impacted by the fire, they will close an evacuation center at carmel middle school. the fire has burned nearly 30,000 acres since it began last friday. right now it's just 15% contained. the fire has destroyed 41 homes. and tonight it's threatening 2000 more. this is new video showing the burned and melted remains of a home. one man who was a -- who has a property in the fire zone says he feels for those who have lost everything. >> the people who lost their houses, i just feel for them so badly. they -- you know, they had their whole life invested in that property. and it's gone in a heart beat. >> earlier this evening fema offered a grant to help state and local agencies recover costs spent on the response. >> in the south bay firefighters rescued a driver who got pinned
underneath his fan. the san jose fire department tweeted this. this afternoon the delivery van crashed and ended up on its side, sending the driver out of the window. his legs were pinned underneath the vehicle. the rescue team was able to lift the van off the man and take him to the hospital for treatment. new at 11:00, a big night for soccer fans in san jose. the mls all stars faced off against one of the top teams from england. >> arsenal beat the all-stars 2-1. but as abc 7 news reporter lisa amin gulezian found out, fans from both sides were excited to see their favorite players. >> tonight's all-star game was filled with highs and lows with mls all star fans in blue and arsenal fans in red, the stadium overflowed with color and plenty of cuteness. >> my father grew up in north london, supporting them his whole life. so he raised me doing the same.
and i plan to raise the little one here doing the same. >> the annual all-star game pits players from the league against an international club. it's a rare opportunity for fans to see their favorite athletes in action. >> soccer is, you know, the beautiful game. everyone loves soccer. everyone can get together, have a good time. so i think it's like an international really has no boundaries. >> it also gives the pros a chance to become fans as well. >> it's been really relaxing, no pressure. just get to sit here and drink water and watch the game. >> the game ended with arsenal beating the all stars. outside anxious fans waited for the gunners to leave the stadium. >> when they come, i'm just going to bombard them with flowers and try to get as close to my gunners as i can. >> in the end, the plan worked, making this a night this soccer fan will never forget. in san jose, lisa amin gulezian, abc 7 news. >> a lot of fun. >> oh, yeah. >> great weather for it today too. >> certainly, meteorologist
sandhya patel is here is what is coming as we head into the weekend. >> some relief. temperatures will be dropping out of the triple-digits. but not immediately. let me sow you a time lapse from our sutro tower camera. san francisco this afternoon, evening, you can see that fog layer was just hovering. san francisco disappeared in the fog. at least this part of the city. up above, notice the layers of smoke. our air quality continues to suffer. and here is a picture sent to me via twitter by one of my followers from soledad, which actually shows how smoky the skies are near the soberanes fire. the heat doesn't help our air quality either. we had the triple-digits around antioch, livermore, concord. along the coastline, temperatures were in the 60s. so quite comfortable today. we're going to lose a few degrees as we head into tomorrow. poor air quality for the inland east bay tomorrow. santa clara moderate air quality. we are looking at another spare the air alert. but the air quality will gradually improve in all areas as we head into the weekend. live doppler hd showing you the
fog near the beaches. visibility is dropping. right now it's about a mile in half moon bay. you will need to be careful for the commute. you might want to allow a little extra time because your commute may take a little longer. temperatures right now, you're in the 50s along the coastline. and around parts of the bay. but inland areas still warm in the 70s. a live look from our south beach camera. this is giving me a pretty good indication that we're in for cooler days. the fog layer has expanded towards the bay and towards the ballpark. it has been primarily near the coast in the last few nights. foggy areas for the morning commute. one more day of triple-digits inland, and cooler days are expected right on through the weekend. you know the temperatures dropped a little bit today. didn't really feel like it inland, but hang in there. it's coming, the cooldown. temperatures first thing in the morning. starting out in the 50s, except well inland where it will be clear and mild inland. along the coastline and around the bay, the fog will start off your morning. it's going to be dense in spots at 5:00 a.m. commute time, if you take the ferry across the bay, it's going to be a murky right at 8:00 a.m., still foggy. and don't be surprised if you
run into a little mist and drizzle. hazy skies in the east bay and the south bay due to the smoke, and also the heat. and then the sun will be shining in the north bay. here is a look at the afternoon. pretty much our microclimate showing up this time around due to the smoke as well. highs in the south bay 92 in los gatos. 87 san jose. 96 in morgan hill. 82 sunnyvale. hazy here. on the peninsula 77 in san mateo. low 80s redwood city. los altos. 59 in pacifica. daly city, you're used to that in the summer time. north bay, 80 in san rafael. 81 in vallejo. upper 80s napa, santa rosa. you really have to get up towards ukiah to get the triple-digits. east bay 75 in oakland. 74 berkeley. 84 castro valley. inland a couple of 100s, but not as many as in days past. 96 concord. 98 in pittsburg. with unhundred in livermore. 97 in pleasanton. a look at the gilroy garlic festival, it's going to be
fantastic. not too hot. friday will be a little bit of hot, mid-90s. and enjoy the food and the cooler weather over the weekend. temperatures will be dropping mid- to upper 80s. in the mornings when you get there, it will be in the 70s. accuweather seven-day forecast is, low 60s to low 100s. we're out of the 100s this weekend. we're going to go down cooler. low to mid-90s inland. low 60s coast. and then really that trend, wide range of temperatures. typical summer spread will continue next week. don and ama? >> okay, thanks, sandhya. got to catch them all. >> yes. still ahead on abc 7 news at 11:00, a top tourist spot draws hundreds of locals for a special night-long crawl. when it happens where you live. >> east bay fire victims are being targeted by looters. >> the things that were salvageable are pretty much stolen. >> the abc 7 news team covers your neighborhood. >> in richmond. >> live in san francisco. >> your story. >> this week the democrats promising this is going to be a more optimistic and hopeful tone.
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happening now they're on the crawl at one of san francisco's top tourist spots. abc 7 news was at pier 39 as hundreds of pokemon hunters took part in a pokemon go crawl. businesses offered free and discounted pokemon food and drinks. there was a $1300 prize package for a screen shot of the best character. that has taken over. >> it's somewhat like a sport. >> speaking of which, we've got rick quan in for larry tonight. >> pikachu has nothing on me. coming up in sports, highlights and postgame interviews from
abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> giants have traded for eduardo nunez. he can play second base, their, and left field. in return, minnesota gets top pitching prospect adalberto mejia. dusty baker and the nationals were at at&t park tonight. in the first daniel murphy gives this ball a long ride. but denard span making a great catch to take away extra bases. johnny cueto says thank you very much. washington scores three runs on three straight singles.
down by two in the ninth, the giants had the bases load. but spann and angel pagan go down swinging. san francisco has now lost ten of its last 12. the mls all-star game was held today in san jose. the league's all stars taking on english powerhouse arsenal. a sold-out crowd of 18,000 packed avaya stadium. arsenal was up 1-nil late in the first half when didier drogba is denied twice, but not a third time. it was 1-1 at the half. in the 82nd minute, chris with the chance. arsenal took the lied as chub akpom. despite the loss, they still had a great time. >> it was true honor to represent the earthquakes. some of the greatest in the world are playing for the mls.
so it's amazing experience. >> for me, it was lucky to have won the game. i'm still disappointed we didn't win, especially losing the goal as late as we did. i would say it's the most talented mls team we've put together. >> after one round of the pga championship, alameda's james hahn is just two strokes back after shooting a 67 today. we go to baltusrol golf club in new jersey. check out this long putt by bubba watson. his ball hangs on the lip. and, and, and, it finally falls in. despite that birdie, bubba is one over par, tied for 55th. u.s. open champ dustin johnson will probably not even make the cut. on 11, he can't get out of the bunker. at 7 over, he is 12 off the pace. the first round leader is american jimmy walker. from the fringe, his birdie attempt just falls in. he shot a 65, his lowest ever at a major. so at 5 under par, walker has one-stroke lead over three
players, including martin kaymer. mitch lowe is 4 over par. at the oakland public library, looney and foyle hosted a read to achieve summer reading time out. about 120 local students took part. the warriors back to school in the bay initiative raises awareness on the importance of education. and this abc 7 sports report has been brought to you by river rock casino. by the way, adonal written
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