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>> the marine layer is deeper this morning. 56 in the city. 61 mountain view, 55 morgan hill. on the coast we have mist and drizzle and you can see from the exploratorium camera we can't even see the tops of the buildings here. low 50s from santa rosa, 56
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fairfield. we should get a little fog in concord. sfo you are gray and we are looking at numbers today still coming down a few degrees. looking at mid-50s to upper 50s at the coast. it will stay cloudy there. sunny for everyone by midday except at the shoreline in san francisco. low 90s should be the warmest spots inland. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. >> authorities are trying to find out how a man fell to his death at the sutro baths off a cliff. our own sergio quintanna was the first journalist on the scene, and this is a story you will see only on abc7 news. >> this was a swift and sizable effort to save a life. rescuers on surfboards, firefighters on jet skis and the coast guard with a fast boat all swarmed the area, but it was a rescue that didn't end well. >> we retrieved the victim from the water and he was transported
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by the coast guard to marin, which is the base for the coast guard. unfortunately the adult male was diseased. >> he was driven away in a black van and officers with the police and ranger service inspected a few pieces of evidence. they have not released any information about how the man fell off the cliff or who he is. san francisco firefighters say the area he fell in was not easy to get to. >> trails are marked for the safety of the people walking by. it's a beautiful area, but you have to be careful and stay away from the edge. >> it's rough over here. it's crazy. like if you are from the area you know you don't get too close to the cliff to go look at anything. >> kimber watched the rescue effort. the san francisco fire department made a special
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heroic effort made by the park service beach patrol. they went into the water without wet suits. this had been a tough year in this area. in april five young men were swept into the water at ocean beach. two did not survive. abc7 news. we have breaking news out of austin, texas this morning. a woman is dead, three others hospitalized after a shooting. police say the violence happened in the city's entertainment district around 2:00 a.m. local time when a suspect started shooting into a crowd. that was in downtown austin. the suspect is still on the run. the second shooting occurred in a parking garage when a man fired off shots during an aggravated assault. people nearby disarmed him and held him until police arrived. the assault victim has been hospitalized. also in texas this morning, a full team of federal investigators is expected to arrive at the scene of the worst hot-air balloon crash in u.s. history. it happened yesterday near
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lockhart texas, which is about 30 miles outside austin. 16 people were killed when the balloon hit a power line, caught fire and fell to the ground. powerlines are an occupational hazard. >> you are trying to land the basket about or land the balloon near a road, and oftentimes it will require you to either skip over or land next to high-powered powerlines. >> close friends tell us that the experienced pilot was among those killed. >> hayward police arrested a man in a hit-and-run crash around 8:00 last night. it happened last night around industrial boulevard and sleepy hollow. police say the driver of a blue pickup truck was racing another car when the truck slammed into a mercedes, seriously injuring the driver. three people in the truck ran away. a witness who saw the crash and then went to help the victim said he could not believe it when he saw the driver run away.
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>> you just damaged somebody's life. you caused harm to them and you just don't want to help out? and you don't want to take responsibility for what you have done? >> police later found the driver of the truck hiding inside of the other car he was racing service is back to normal this morning after a fire on the track closed down the walnut creek bart station. it happened just before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. it was on the third rail. smoke could be seen for miles. they think a power pickup paddle is to blame. those paddles move along the third rail and send power to the train. if one of those paddles was stuck in an up position or flipped into an up position and made contact with something other than the third rail, theres a lot of energy there, which is definitely enough to set something on fire >> by 4:30 trains were being single-tracked through the station.
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full-service resumed at 7:00 last night. this morning bart officials are also looking into an arrest made by some of its officers in san francisco. cell phone video of the incident at the embarcadero station has gone about viral and some witnesses say the officers used excessive force. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard has the details. >> this was the scene pamela martinez captured on her cell phone friday. a man being arrested inside the embarcadero bart station. >> it was a brutal scene. my legs were shaking. >> bart police were arresting a 22-year-old robbery suspect. inside the station dozens watched. some way the police went too far. >> one officer had his knee on the kid's with back and looked like he was going to break it and one guy yelled please let your leg up, you are going to break it. >> the police thought he was armed but a gun was not found.
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officials say the handcuffed man resisted arrest and may have kicked and spit on officers. moments later the video shows this one punching the suspect. they believe the man was racially profiled. >> everything coming forward about people of color being profiled and treated unfairly by police, that bart police thought it was okay to behave that way. >> we showed the video to san francisco official joseph marshall, who has no jurisdiction over bart police. >> the young man looks like he was hit on the ground and subdued and handcuffed. i don't see any reason for that. that looked to be very unnecessary, very improper. >> bart said in a statement the suspect was uncooperative with officers and physically resisted the detention. the man was arrested for resisting arrest and battery on a police officer. an investigation is now underway. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news.
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a fire in monterey county continues to expand, growing by another three square miles yesterday. that fire has burned more than 35,000 acres. 57 homes have been destroyed. the fire is just 15% contained. it started nine days ago. the cause is still not known. an animal shelter is trying to make room for pets forced out of their homes due to that fire. this weekend the shelter is letting people choose their adoption fee on any of the 94 pets it has up for adoption. that's to make room for pets like this donkey. the spca from monterey county provided abc7 news with these pictures of some of the evacuated pets. the skies above san jose have been a little smoky because of a 124-acre brush fire. it is burning near allen rock park. no homes are threatened right now. they aren't sure how it started. the flames are now 75% contained.
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>> happening now, runners are into the san francisco marathon. here's a live look from the roof cam. you see all the runners going by. runners have staggered starts until 6:30. there are 26,000 runners in this race. take a look at the route of the marathon. it goes through the city and then across the golden gate bridge before finishing back at the embarcadero and folsom. police closers will continue through this afternoon. you can see all the closers and the race route again at a little bit misty for the runners, lisa. >> that's right, carolyn. in fact, the marine layer is providing the moisture. a look at it here from the east bay hills camera. you see it drifting where temperatures are in the mid-and upper 50s from concord and livermore. not quite gray there yet but we could see some fog in your neighborhood before long. a cooler afternoon for you, as well.
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barely 90 degrees in some of our inland valleys today. i'll have the full details next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, will hillary clinton get a coast convention bump? new numbers from one of the first policy since the dnc in philly. >> they're off! >> a death-defying leap of faith in southern california. a daredevil tries to jump 25,00t a parachute.
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>> breaking news in hayward. a traffic collision shut down two a lanes at interstate 880 at winston avenue. the chp is still sorting things out. they aren't saying how the accident happened or commenting on any injuries. two lanes of southbound 8830 are open. no -- 880 are open. no time table for opening the other two pope francis told hundreds of thousands of young people in poland to believe in a new humanity, one who doesn't use borders as barriers. he wrapped up his five day journey to eastern europe. one that included a visit to the auschwitz death camp. many. faithful were there as part of world youth day.
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now to the race to the white house. one of the first polls since the democratic convention is out and if it's any indication, hillary clinton may be in line for a big post convention bump. clinton has opened up a significant 56-31 lead over republican donald trump. libertarian gary johnson captured 7% and green party candidate jill stein sits at 2%. clinton was at 39% and trump at 34 before. both candidates are back on the road this weekend. yesterday hillary clinton and her running mate tim kaine hit critical battleground states. trump campaigned in colorado and answered an emotional charge from the father of a fallen soldier. abc news reporter mary bruce has the story. >> hillary clinton and tim kaine not letting up on day two of their bus tour. >> so donald trump says he wants to make america great again. he can start again by actually making things in america again.
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>> you want a you're hired president or a your'e fired president. i don't think it could be any simpler. we have a you're hired president in hillary clinton. >> we are trying to shore up support in two key battleground states, pennsylvania, where policy show clinton 9 points ahead, and ohio, the rivals are dead even. donald trump taking saturday off but in an exclusive interview with abc news, he addressed stinging attacks from the convention this week. and one father said his son died serving in iraq. >> you have sacrificed nothing, and no one -- >> who wrote that? did hillary's script writers write it. >> in that response he suggested can you's wife did not speak because she was forbidden to as a muslim. >> you look at his wife, she was standing there and maybe she wasn't be allowed to have
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anything to say. you tell me. >> on friday he shot down the theory, saying she was too nervous and emotional to speak. and hackers accessed some campaign data in the attack on the dnc, but clinton officials insist the campaign's computers were not attacked. saying they have found no evidence that the internal systems have been compromised. abc news, washington >> you can hear more from donald trump this morning on "this week." george stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with the gop presidential nominee in his first interview since the democratic convention. "this week" airs on abc at 8:00 this morning followed by the abc7 news at 9:00. a nine-year gap between books has not lessened the interest of harry potter fans. abc7 news was at book passage at
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corda madero for the midnight release of harry potter and the current child. it's not a new novel but the script of a play. potter fans don't seem to mind. >> i'm excited because i read the books multiple times and i've been waiting. i didn't think any more would come out so this is great for me. >> it's kind of a little bit nostalgic. i read all the books present of times and, i don't know, they stand true to the test of time. the harry potter series sold more than 450 million copies globally. the story "the cursed child" begins 19 years after the last book," the deadly hal lows" with harry potter now an employee. >> skydiving history made last night in southern california. >> he's in! >> an experienced skydiver jumped from a plane without a parachute. he landed safely in a net less
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than half the size of a football field. the whole thing was broadcast on live tv. the 42-year-old made more than 18,000 jumps. all of those were with a shoot. he now hold the world record for the highest free-fall jump. oh, my, lisa. that's all i can say >> yeah, no thanks. good for him, though. we are starting out with low fog and drizzle around the coast. two-mile visibility half moon bay. the air quality today in the east bay and south bay, once again medium due to the smoke and the fire in monterey drifting up from the south. elsewhere north bay, central bay and south central bay not as bad. even in san francisco and on the peninsula some patchy smoke at times. there are the runners. the san francisco marathon where it is cool and dry right outside our studio. but closer to the golden gate bridge there's mist and drizzle. 56 in the city.
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59 in oakland. morgan hill and half moon bay at 55 degrees. fairfield checking in at 56. we have the clear sky in livermore 57. just on the boarder with some low clouds perhaps on the west side of concord. looking at san jose this morning with temperatures definitely cool. but this afternoon it looks like you will sne the smoke once again here in the santa clara valley south bay. mist and drizzle at the coast. hazy skies south, perhaps on the peninsula and to the east. but no intense heat on the horizon. a little bit of a bump up in temperatures come tuesday and wednesday. look at all the 60s around the bay, some 70s today. 80s. then we will take you into tomorrow. monday, very little change. by tuesday looking at a wind shift not only will that bring some temperatures up, it will bring the smoke further into the
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east bay and lessen the effect perhaps in the south bay just a little bit. but in terms of the fire, as long as it's there and the winds continue to shift works he will see the smoke in various locations. but throughout the marathon this morning, boy, is it cool. pretty much what you would expect with the mist and drizzle closer to the bay. west winds on the light side. by 11:00 just a little bit of sun, upper 50s. certainly cool out there in the south bay. the garlic festival, it's been a little hazy. yesterday in the 90s. today in the 80s. so comfortable. 897 with hazy skies by 4:00 in the afternoon. highs today in the south bay pretty much all in the mid-80s. some upper 80s down toward gilroy. 86 in morgan hill. 82 santa clara. looks like 80 in sunnyvale today. on the peninsula, patchy smoke but otherwise mid-70s today. san francisco not going to be all that sunny.
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numbers in the 60s but close to the ballpark we will see partly cloudy skies. 79 in sonoma. breezy in the city and around the bay with 74 in san leandro. about 78 in fremont and concord. the accuweather seven-day forecast, warmest numbers in the inland east bay, low 90s. looking at that trend to continue with a little more cooling by the end of the week. carolyn. >> good-looking forecast. thank you, lisa. up next, a mysterious sea creature spotted off the california coast is baffling scientists. what they think this is.
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keep calm, you internet's on. >> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, carolyn, good morning.
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it is gray outside the studios. the had low clouds and fog extend eastward and southward this morning. this is view from mt. tam. looks nice above but down low it's chilly. 61 mountain view. san jose 50. mid-60s morgan hill and half moon bay and the runners are off for the san francisco marathon with temperatures staying in the 50s all morning long for you. 53 in santa rosa. 54 napa, petaluma. still 50s toward concord and livermore. cooler for you. finally we look at the forecast today, which features sunshine by about midday. numbers still only in the 50s at the coast. san francisco 64. low 90s inland. upper 70s to near 80 around the bay. carolyn. >> thank you. federal investigators in texas will be back at the scene this morning at the site of the world's worst hot-air balloon disaster in u.s. history.
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16 people died when the balloon they were riding in burst into flames and crashed. we have the details live in texas. good morning, elizabeth. >> carolyn, good morning to you. the crash scene behind me remains taped off. as you see, it is really in the middle of farmland, which is why residents here say hot-air balloons fly through this area often, but this has never happened. this morning the hunt for answers intensifying in what is now the country's worst hot-air balloon crash of. >> you see their heads and it was like -- they were the last people in there. >> joey and other stunned eyewitnesses captured she's pictures of the balloon flying low over the farmland. moments later a disaster, leaving 16 people dead. >> first i heard a whoosh, and then just a big ball of fire up. >> all you could tell is it was a fire. a big ball of flames.
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>> according to authorities, the balloon burst into flames saturday morning after possibly hitting powerlines and plunging to the ground in lockhart, texas. >> we have a vehicle or balloon fully engulfed in flames. >> the balloon at the time operated by heart of texas heart air balloon drive. and it had an experienced pilot. this was a large balloon, 85 cubic meters, meaning it could carry 16 people. so what went wrong? investigators say it's too soon for answers. but it was two years ago safety investigators raised concerns, calling for more regulation of the balloon tour industry but the regulations were not increased by the faa. and officials will now look here today, the faa will be here for a walk-through of the site
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and then to map out how to move forward and get to the bottom of this. elizabeth herr, live for abc7 news. back to you. >> thank you, elizabeth. is a a san diego police officer is alert this morning after a shooting that killed his partner during a traffic stop thursday night. nine-year department veteran wayne irwin is awake, but investigators have yet to interview him. the city is mourning his partner's, johnathan, a 16-year-old veteran. -- a veteran. the force. >> we had the opportunity earlier this morning to meet with the officer's family, his wife and two children and told them directly how proud all of us are, our city, our state, our nation for j.d.
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>> the suspect, 52-year-old jesse gomez, was shot and taken into custody. investigators are reviewing police body camera video. at this point they aren't calling the shooting an ambush. now to north carolina and the story of a boy with autism who was turned away from a local restaurant. six-year-old e. j. patterson was eating his favorite food, mcdonald's french fries, at a golden corral restaurant with his mom. they were asked to leave because the food came from outside the restaurant. when a mcdonald's franchise owner heard e. j.'s story, he stepped in and offered him an unlimited supply of french fries for a year. >> your heart bleeds, you know. she said the gift will be a big help. she usually spends about $200 a month at mcdonald's. one woman celebrated her 80th birthday by doing something some people half her age are afraid to do.
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she went skydiving for the first time at the lodi airport in the sacramento area. this is how she wanted to celebrate her eight decades on earth. she was nervous on first. but said the butterflies went away once she stepped out of the plane. it's cold and then all of a sudden it was so peaceful. beautiful. i loved it. i had such a good time! >> good for you! >> her great granddaughter and grandson jumped before her so she did not have to go first. and she said she wants to skydive again for her 90th birthday. as a debate over climate change heats up in california, a poll shows people are willing to pay more for electricity if it comes from renewable sources. governor jerry brown's climate change reduction policies focus on developing renewable energy and shifting away from fossil fuels. critics say clean energy generated by solar or wind power is simply too expensive.
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but a report from the state's nonpartisan public policy institute suggests californians are willing to step up to the plate. >> we looked at many income groups, and a majority of all the groups said they would be willing to pay more for electricity to help fight climate change. >> more than 60% of the polls said the events the of climate change are happening now. but among republicans about a quarter say that will never happen. polls also show californians are in favor of legalizing marijuana, but an initiative to do so could bring smoking ads back to tv. proposition 64 is on the november ballot. it would allow people 21 and older to process and use marijuana. however, the initiative also has a condition that would allow sellers to hock their wares on
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tv. that's why some say it should be defeated. smoking ads for cigarettes have been banned from tv and radio since 1970. still ahead on the sunday morning news, there are lots of salmon to be caught in the sea this season. what's behind all this new activity? and here is a live look from the golden gate bridge camera. you see some of the runners there from the san francisco marathon making their way along that route. you see them on the right side there. there are 26,000 runners. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few.
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. >> did you feel it? according to the usgs there was a magnitude 2.7 earthquake about 4:15 this morning near napa. there are no reports of any damage. 2.7? very slight. here's lisa with a weather tees. >> hi, there, carolyn. look how cloudy it is from emeryville and oakland this morning. upper 50s for you. temperatures will barely hit 70 today in oakland. boy, when will the fog retreat? i'll give you the answers when we return. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, buster posey helps the giants snap a three-game losing streak with his arm. mike shumann has all the highlights coming up in sports.
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>> in sports, the giants will try to win their second game in a row for the first time since the all-star break. matt cain faces national's lefty gio gonzales at&t park. first pitch is at 1:05. yesterday the giants got a come-from-behind victory over washington. here's shu. he has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. well, the giants ended their three game slide yesterday with jake peavy on the hill.
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the double in the first. he did not score. top of three, no score, the two-run shot to left. he won't be happy with that pitch. still 3-0 in the fourth. newman, nunez. two-run single brings in brandon belt and joe panik. nice start for the new by. giants ground out and now 5-3. bottom of the inning. buster posey tries to steal second and start a washington valuely and they snap the three-game slide with the 5-3 victory. meanwhile, the a's in cleveland. prior to the game billy burns was traded to kansas city for a minor leaguer. billy beane starting his garage sale before monday's about deadline. everyone has their head on a swivel wondering who is next. one is called up. gives up a solo shot the bottom of the first. game tied at 1.
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bottom of two, jose ramirez, big fly, 2-1. and billy has words with the former a. jimenez was waiting for him to play. the umpire made sure nothing happened. tied the game at 2. bottom of third home run given up by overton and the indians go on to win it, 6-3, the final. the raiders have been the media darlings in the off season with high expectations of winning the afc west. it will start with third clear players car. and cleo mac. he needs to be a clubhouse leader for the silver and back. mac has dominated on defense and he will grow with the rest of the defense. he leads with play on the field but i think he will be more vocal this season. >> i feel the work we put in out here right now will give us the confidence to go out and win games. that's what we are looking forward to doing. >> i think in my head, i need to train as if i'm the rookie still
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competing for that starting job even though they told me you will play down the road. i still want that same mind-set and the chip on my shoulder, a second-round thing. it still bugs me. >> niners reported yesterday. a lot of questions to be answered for new head coach tim kelly, including who will start at quarterback. but the run game will set the tone for the offense if he can stay healthy. >> the issues will be way better year than last year. not just for me, but for the whole offense. things will be good for eric. >> the tempo, once you get used to it, it definitely is a competitive advantage. i mean, it's not like he's out there drawing up plays in the sand that are brand new. but just the way he puts things together. >> it should be exciting. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> this morning,
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baffled why so many rare corpse files are blooming at the same time all over the country. typically they take a decade to form their first bloom. be hide side the new york flour, blooms opened in indiana, st. louis, florida and washington, d.c. right now experts say the only explanation for the simultaneous blooms is a coincidence. not very scientific, lisa. >> i know. i still say that about meteorology. not really an extremely specific or scientific science, but we try. here's a look at live doppler hd. we are looking at the low clouds and fog trying to make its way over the east bay hills, and it has. we are looking at a continuous low pressure system to the north and weakening high pressure system that will bring the cooling for not only today but the next several days and much
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of august. the models look like we aren't going to see the intense heat. stopping at 10:00 to show you where the fog still lingers along the peninsula into the north bay. we have the spotty drizzle on the coast. by 10:00, 11:00, it should be sunshine, except there, the san mateo coast and perhaps a couple areas closer to the bay. otherwise it's hazy skies again for the santa clara valley and into the east bay. you see the breeze above. we are looking at our mt. tam cam. temperatures from 56 san francisco, 59 oakland, 60 san jose, 55 morgan hill, and from our roof camera it is gray, and low fog deck will be slow in retreating today in the city. cool, just in the 60s. partial sun. we call it partly cloudy for the giants game today. 54 petaluma, 56 fairfield. and looking at the upper 50s for our friends in the east bay valleys. this is how it looks from our east bay valley camera from
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vollmer vollmer peek. you see the haze moving up from the south. you look at parts of the east bay looking a little hazy with the moderate air quality but no intense heat on the horizon. with the southerly flow and drifting smoke we are looking at medium-rare quality in the inland east bay and inland valleys. that could switch as the low switches from the south to more of a westerly component. losing a few degrees here in our interior valley. that's got news. it's been so, so hot here. but eventually these folks here in the interior will cool down as well. 83 los angeles. some smoke for the northern sierra. last day for the sonoma raceway, where numbers will still be in the 70s by 1:00 and 81 at 4:00 in the afternoon. giants once again today hoping
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for a win, low 60s. a little sun and breezy for you. looking at santa rosa as a model here. temperatures staying very comfortable. there's your bump tuesday and wednesday. then looking slightly cooler the end of the week. but livermore, your inland valley temperatures, although it's cooler, it will be one of the warmer locations with about 91 for a high today. and then it looks like by the end of the week much cooler for you. highs around the bay with the fog and low clouds at the shoreline. 64 san francisco. 74 in san mateo. 78 palo alto. upper 80s out by the dealt youa and the accuweather seven-day forecast, 50s and cloudy at the coast and 70s around the bay. the cool trend continues. even are a few more degrees of cooling by the end of the week. carolyn. >> you know i like it cool. thank you, lisa. you may have noticed a lot of fishing boats lately off the golden gate. there's a bounty of salmon off the coast, and it did not happen by accident. abc7 news reporter wayne
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friedman tells us why. >> when she turns ahead, we got him. keep cranking, keep cranking! >> it is an experience so timeless, so elemental. an angler, a fish, a bite. >> you are not going to let it go. you can't let it go! >> the trip on this boat, called the wacky jacky, began before dawn. that's jacqueline douglas nat the helm. she's the queen of bay area fishermen. she's been taking out this group of anglers once a week for more than 30 years. they are hooked. >> did you see that go zing, zing, zing? >> it's been said that catching a fish is a lot like eating chocolate. you don't know what you are missing until you hook one, and then you want more. for arnold champagne it is been a while. every cast an exercise in optimism. >> it's been training and about hoping, it's about a new day. >> and this one a certain kind of fish. >> we are looking for king salmon or chinook. >> nice one!
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nor would that fish be the last. in this case, an experience partially man-induced. >> in the boat! >> some of these fish we've seen before. >> we saw that fish when he was about four inches long. >> here's where. two years ago the state transported some 30 million baby chinook from hatcheries upstream to the sacramento river delta and then released them. it saved the fall run. now we are seeing the pay-off as the same fish return home after a watery odyssey. if you believe in destiny, to arnold champagne's waiting hook. >> the challenge, the fight, all of that! >> so much that when the wacky jacky landed they caught enough to spread the wealth for everyone on worked. it's a tradition on this boat.
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there are nine stops near the store. they have lures on them for the entire three-hour event. join and fun and try to capture as many characters as you can and help improve the lives of children who rely on oakland children's hospital. >> here's a final check of the forecast. >> we have a deeper marine heyer, by 10:00, 11:00, most of you should be sunny. 78 palo alto. 80 napa, 83 and some smoky, hazy skies in the south bay. patchy smoke penins huh and east bay. upper 50s to low 90s the next several days. august looking seasonal and cooler by the end of the week. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. and thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler, along with lisa argen. our news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues as 9:00 this morning. "good morning america" is up next. one last look at the marathon runners. have a good sunday, everyone! see you at 9:00.
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