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>> good morning, earn. thanks for joining us on this sunday, august 21st. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hey, carolyn. marine layer just below 2,000 feet. >> you see it pretty much covering the bay, except in the inland valleys. this is sfo. temperatures in the upper 50s from san francisco to san jose. oakland checking in at 60. and from emeryville, the sun not coming up for in the after half-hour. mid-50s in petaluma and santa rosa. clear concord and livermore. today the low clouds and fog taking their time as they retreat to the shoreline. sea breeze kicks up. the air quality improves and we will be in the 60s and 70s throughout most of the early afternoon. it will take all day to reach the mid-80s inland. we will see the clouds cling to the coast. temperatures will be cool throughout the first half of the
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week. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. breaking news out of san jose. -- or oakland where at least one person is dead as a result of this rollover accident. it happened on international boulevard and fifty fourth street earlier this morning. we are waiting for an update from police for more details on what happened. and we have developing news out of san jose this morning. a possible stolen car with five people inside smashed into a parked bmw on mclaughlin avenue and quamy drive. it happened around 1:20 this morning. all five people in the hatchback of believed to be juveniles. the man who owns the hatchback saw it being stolen from in front ever his had ows and was following them. at least one person was hospitalized. no word yet on any arrests or
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charges. for the community of lower lake, it's an end and a beginning. it's the end of wondering what happened to their homes in the clayton fire, which is now 90% contained. and it's the beginning of starting over. abc7 news reporter leslie brinkley has more. >> reporter: there are families like the ramseys, sifting through the ashes of their home looking for things like jewelry. >> we are thankful our neighbors are okay. but then we look here. and we just wonder, you know, why my house? >> reporter: then there are survivors like rhonda, who stubbornly refused to evacuate because her cat wouldn't get in a crate and escape. for four and a half agonizing days she hunkered down here with no water, no electricity and no
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cell service, protecting her pets and her property. the fire, only 500 yards away. >> i was look for dark smoke and the direct of the wind. it's variable. >> and you didn't have a cell phone, you had no way of knowing except watching? >> watching and using my fingers for wind direction. >> 189 homes burned down here this week, along with 40 businesses. >> this habitat for humanity office was in the process of rebuilding four homes destroyed by last year's valley fire and now their offices reduced to ashes. >> we were going to move into a new office this monday. it will be easy for us to move in because all we have to do is unlock the door. l>> nothing to bring with you. >> nothing to bring with us. >> there's a neighborliness evident everywhere. this is one of the poorest counties in california. families who can't afford to lose anything, let alone everything. this man and his dog, wheeler, cruised through town, offering to help anyone who needed it.
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>> what is needed are walmart gift cards now. we've been giving out clothing from our church and all that. water. water has been just like gold up here. >> everyone is upset that an arsonist is likely to blame for all of this destruction. now they are trying to mine the gold out of what was lost to rebuild new lives. in lower lake, i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. flames from the chimney fire are threatening a historic landmark. at least one strike team of firefighters has been assigned to protect hearst castle. tours were cancelled there. we have these pictures showing smoke surrounding the castle. the fire has scorched more than 30 square miles. the fire broke out a week ago and it's 35% contained.
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officials issued an evacuation order for two communities near those flames. the blue cut fire in southern california is now 73% contained. the fire in san bernardino county destroyed the landmark summit inn restaurant along route 66. the owners plan to rebuild. some mandatory evacuation orders have been lifted. firefighters are holding the fire size at just under 60 square miles. the newborn premature son of a woman who died in a car crash is improving. the baby's family gave this video to our media partners. you see the baby boy moving his fingers inside his incubator at valley medical center. dulce capetillo has 8 months pregnant when she died in a car crash in san jose four days ago. her baby, named christopher, has been upgraded from critical to serious. early wednesday morning, her brother hit a parked car on the shoulder of highway 101 near
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tully road. police arrested the driver of the parked car on suspicion of being drunk. a gofundme page has so far raised more than $12,000 to cover funeral expenses for dulce capetillo. surveillance video captured a violent collision in oakland last night. you can see a car turning just as two motorcycles approach the same intersection. bystanders rushed to help. one motorcyclist suffered very severe injuries in the crash. the other motorcyclist and the car's driver were also hurt. oakland police are now trying to figure out who was at fault. richmond police are offering a $10,000 reward to help solve the deadly shooting of a teenage girl earlier this month. police identified the victim of
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the shooting. a 19-year-old oakley resident corey maddy. investigators say the girl was riding a bicycle to a friend's house when someone shot at her. police have not determined the motive for that shooting. abc7 news was in san francisco's richmond district when highway patrol officers arrested a man they believe drove away after hitting a tollbooth on the golden gate bridge. his truck lost a tire after the crash. officers believe he was drunk. the bridge officials tell us there was only minimal damage to the tollbooth. this morning we are hearing from the gold medalist at the center of an international controversy. we are talking about ryan lochte, who admits in an interview he learned his lesson and said he doesn't know why he exaggerated his account of an incident at a gas station in rio. abc news reporter matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: ryan lockdy for the first time told what the brazillian police said was a man
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indicated version of a story at this gas station. >> that's why i'm taking responsibility because i overexaggerated that story. and i had never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. >> but stopping short of saying he lied, telling nbc news. >> whether you call it a robbery, when you call is extortion or us paying just for the damages, like we don't know. >> now two of the swimmers in this infamous video blaming ryan lochte for the standoff that had them held in two police station in rio. questions about his version of events. police accused him of lying and after a week of silent could lochte, the other two swimmers other two swimmers apologizing and openly cricketing parts of his story. not according to them. both saying in statements, they pulled into the gas station. ben writing we foolishly relieved ourselves on the back side behind bushes.
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and lochte pulled to ground a framed metal advertisement and he was unsure why. you see one of the attendants pick up the poster frame. is the other statement said there was a heated exchange. here you see the swimmers sitting and ryan lochte standing. that's the point that lochte inflamed the situations. i can't speak to his actions but ryan stood up and began to yell at the guards, after with we tugged at him in an attempt to sit back down. then one of the guards pulled a gun. ben said a customer at the station, offered to help and diffuse the standoff. ryan lochte revealed his own apology for not being more careful and candid for how i described the events. that's an understatement you see here, said the good samaritan, trying to diffuse the event. >> no police, no police. >> abc news, rio.
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take a look at this. a police officer found a domestic violence suspect hiding in a dryer friday afternoon. the residents in the home told officers the suspect had locked himself in the laundry room. once officers entered, they could not find anyone until someone opened that drier. the man was taken into custody without incident. this morning a statue of a naked donald trump remains in police custody in san francisco. that statue attracted crowds after it appeared at castro and market streets last thursday. city public works crews removed it early friday morning. the artist explains what he was trying to accomplish with it and other trump statues that popped up all over the country. >> the anatomy in the male region had to be extremely lacking. they wanted it to be pretty life-like with some characteristics that were, again, caricature style, almost cartoonish. >> san francisco police
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considered the trump statute to be evidence. city officials saying it cost about $4,000 to remove the statue and repair the damage it did to the sidewalk. no comment on that, lisa. let's talk weather. >> yeah, a nice subject to talk about. good morning, everyone, from our mt. tam cam. take your pick. we have a beautiful sunrise this morning. still the low cloud deck with us throughout the morning hours. upper 50 areas here in the north bay. temperatures cooler, only 70s for some of you. we will talk about the cool august days ahead coming up. ♪ i left my heart >> a day after san francisco showed its heart to tony bennett, the legendary singer serenades the city that stole his. and -- >> i thought it was the right thing, in my opinion.
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>> more crowds, more weighting at day two of kanye west's pop-up score in san francisco. fans waiting for hours for a chance to buy a $100 sweatshirt.
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>> last night the one and only tony bennett returned to where it up a began, the veneer shan room at this hotel.
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that's where he first sang his famous hit "i left my heart in san francisco." abc7 news reporter sergio quintana was there, along with two women, who were also there for that very first night all those years ago. >> reporter: to help celebrate his 90th birthday, tony bennett serenaded the audience inside in fairmont room just like he did when he first debuted the song more than 50 years ago ♪ i left my heart in san francisco ♪ >> reporter: the audience was made up of the city's best known financiers, artists and musicians. and two women have a special connection to the song. they watched bennett sing it here for the first time. >> my husband, who loved to dance and loved parties, said that guy is going somewhere. he did go somewhere. >> and i love him because he's a year older than i am. [laughter] >> since that night a few things have changed.
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"i left my heart in san francisco" has become the city's signature song. for these ladies, they would play that tune over the years just so they could on dance with their families at family parties. but last year their husband's passed away. >> as she said we are going to try not to cry. >> it's more than an ode to the city, it's a tribute to ted and con and so many others. >> your golden sun will shine for me. abc7 news. >> love tony bennett. a group of shoppers says it's been worth the wait to get their hands on kanye west's newest fashion creations. abc7 news was in san francisco's chinatown. you can see lines stretching, stretching just to get into west pop-up store. a young man and his dad spent friday night outside, just to be
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part of the hype. >> i like kanye and i like his clothes. i like how you can resell the clothes for like a lot of money. >> for me it's the only opportunity we get to do this, so i know nothing about the clothes or kanye, but i'm just here to support him. west's latest clothing line is themed after his newest album called "the life of pablo"? >> happening today, walmart and the new haven unified school district are combining forces are suppose students in union city will be fully supplied for school. the district is parking a bus outside walmart at union landing, challenging the local community to stuff the bus. stuff it with paper, pencils, paper, binders and work books. the bus will be parked in front of walmart from 9:00 this morning to 6:00 this evening.
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a. abc7 news was there for yesterday morning's ribbon cutting at burlingame's hoover elementary school. hoover is burlingame's first new school in many years. it cost $17 million to buy and renovate the campus. >> we have 21st century technology. we have chromebooks for students, we have large screen tvs, document cameras, and we have wi-fi, powerful wi-fi that will allow us to use all of those simultaneously. hoover's opening will overcrowding at schools all over burlingame. classes begin on wednesday. and oakland's summertime tradition will continue today from noon until 6:00. >> and many will jump into san francisco's chilly waters at 7:00 this morning after a brisk
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1.2-mile swim to crissy field. then they will bike for 23 miles. then it's time to run. 6.1 miles past lake merced, where runners will then loop back to crissy field. cool weather for all is that activity, lisa. >> yes. in fact, temperatures will -- have been run being consistently below average in san francisco. you should she upper 60s this time of year and maybe a 70 for oakland. it's due to the fog, the wind. and from mt. tam you will notice the cloud cover here. looks gray and hazy. but we are into better air quality and sunned to. 57 in the city. half moon bay. it's 60 in oakland. the winds should make it a little breezy around the bay today. what else is new, right? it has been cool for august. from our east bay hills camera you will notice the fog, yeah, certainly there in allowing for a picture-perfect morning from
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this vantage point. 56 santa rosa. napa 57. petaluma 65. 56 in fairfield with upper 50s. and so far the clear sky is still with you in concord and livermore. delta breeze up to 20 miles an hour. we had a few 90s yesterday by fairfield. 92 today. into the 80s and even sacramento will be in the 80s. it will be a cool one. here's a look from the exploratorium camera. you see the overcast. improving air quality today due to wind shift and the westerly winds. the sea breeze, we can hang for that and cool august days for the next several days, keeping numbers below average. its kind of been that way in san francisco and oakland, but now the cooling trend pushing a little further inland with highs tomorrow in the low to mid-80s. this is your monday's forecast. concord topping out at 81 probably about 4:00 in the afternoon. afternoon 3 livermore. and 70s in santa rosa today. very little change until your monday. then look what happens on
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tuesday. just a couple degrees warmer. 69 in redwood city. look what happens on wednesday. just a degree warmer for you on the peninsula. average highs there in the upper 70s down around mountain view. it has been cool with livermore in the upper 80s average highs. it's been shy of that with 83 today. 82 for monday. are you notice the slight bump-up come tuesday and wednesday. and the temperatures after that, another system visits us and brings us a further cool down. san jose in the 70s most of the week. today about 80 degrees. numbers will be coolest as we start the work week. a bits of recovery come tuesday and wednesday. so looking at the game today, it should be a little bit on the cool side to get going. 70. this is, of course, the sox are in chicago today. 80 in san jose. hose. in sunnyvale. 62 downtown.
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look at the cloud cover not only to hang by the coast, but it will be partly cloudy calistoga, sonoma. 71 san leandro, union city. head inland, the low 80s for concord and pleasanton. it should be nice here but it should take pretty much the entire day to warm up around the bay. numbers in the coast, low 70s bay side. then for the next several days, the numbers trend downward. a little warmer by wednesday. usually we've got the 90s and 100s for back to school. not this time, carolyn. >> and i'm sure people are complaining. >> yeah, probably. >> all right. thank you, lisa. >> run, ernie run! after nearly three years a 93-year-old world war ii veteran completes his incredible cross-country run. that's next when the abc7 sunday
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>> dan hairs is joining us now from new york to tell us what is come up at 7:00 on good morning america. good morning. >> good morning. coming up on gpa, ryan lochte speaking out about the wild night in rio. he's now apologizing to his teammates and the people. rio, to what he now admits to
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being an exaggerate story about being robbed. and donald trump holding a round table discussion with his hispanic advisory board and what he is saying about the party's historic outreach or lack thereof with afro-americans. and george will be onset to break it all down for us. finally this morning, a mother deeply, deeply relieved to be reunited with her two-year-old after an accident on the water. the two-year-old capsized under the boat for more than an hour and how she survived. we will see you soon. thank you, dan. people of all ages cheered as a world war ii veteran completed a cross-country odyssey. you are looking at navy vet ernie andrews, jogging the final steps of his cross-country run in georgia. he began his coast-to-coast trek in san diego nearly three years ago. he's now the oldest person to ever run across america. >> if an 88-year-old man gets
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this much attention in a relay, how about a 90-year-old running coast-to-coast? so i decided right then i am going to do it. >> to see a 93-year-old man run across the country, if he can do that, you can do anything. andrew served as a medic aboard a naval landing craft. it's the same kind of vessel that carried american troops to beachheads all over the world during the war. he is now raising money to bring a similar landing craft back to the u.s. much more ahead. overseas in turkey, dozens of people killed in a suicide bombing. who turkish officials are blaming for the attack. and the trump campaign has a new booster. meets the twelve-year-old running a campaign office for
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>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. carolyn. >> good morning. it's allowing not only for the cooler conditions this afternoon, bub we will get into a more of a sea breeze. 67 san francisco. 60 oakland. san jose 57. morgan hill and half moon bay 57. this is mt. tam. we get into better air quality today. the sea breeze kicks up. temperatures down about 5 degrees. 66 santa rosa, 55 petaluma. upper 50s. the southwest wind now up to 32 miles an hour by the delta. this is sfo. cloudy on the peninsula. you will wait until midday to get some sun. when you do it will be breezy. 50s and 60s for most by noontime. temperatures climbing lou the 70s in the inland valleys. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. developing news out of turkey where a possible suicide bomber has killed at least 54
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people and wounded 94 others. they believe the bomber was only 15 years old. this happening in a city near syria's border. turkey has been racked by attacks in recent months. in july 44 people were killed at istanbul's airport just days before a failed military coup. new mexican sources are reporter the kidnappinged son of he will choppo guzman has been released. he was kidnapped from from a restaurant monday. he is thought to be involved in a drug cartel. officials will only say a criminal group was responsible for the abduction. alfredo guzman is wanted by the u.s. in a warrants issued back in back in 20.
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in louisiana at least 113 people have died from flooding. people who are grateful to have survived are now returning to their homes to find major damage. one house sat next to a river that hasn't flooded in all the years it was built in 1943. that changed last weekend. the family who lives there was trapped because the water was too high. they floated on a mattress for two hours until it couldn't float anymore. >> it was coming up, but we didn't know it was coming up that bad. it was coming up a little higher, a little higher, and finally we couldn't walk around anymore. >> that family took refuge in a small cubbyhole above the water and breaking a window to get to a boat that came to rescue them. a flood line now marks the height of the water inside that house, at least 20 feet high now to your voice, your vote. and there's an unexpected leader
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for a donald trump campaign office that opened in colorado. it's twelve-year-old western imer. it's in a key county west of denver. he's overseeing the volunteers who will be gathered to get out the vote. on paper it's his mother who is the campaign organizer, but she's giving him all the responsibility. he hopes to inspire other kids to get informed and get involved. and he dreams of running for president himself one day. definitely. 2040, watch for me. 2040. ime r&b aron trump, if you are watching. in 2060 i will take you as my running mate. >> as you might no. baron trump is donald trump's ten-year-old son. he said he will continue in his role until school starts next month. donald trump's campaign had a major retooling next week. his new campaign manager, as well as republican national chair ryan priebes will appear on "this week" with george
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stephanopoulos. you can see "this week" on abc7 at 8:00 this morning followed by abc7 news at 9:00. >> what should be a simple move-in for new students at san jose state this weekend is instead filled with frustration and headaches. that's because a new dorm is not ready to occupy. and a temporary solution is far from ideal. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story. reporter: what should be a simple move-in for new students at san jose state this weekend instead is filled with frustration and headaches. a new dorm is not ready to occupy, and a temporary solution is far from ideal. abc7 news reporter cornell barnard has the story. >> reporter: move-in day at san jose state. a new chapter for many freshmen but more like a new headache. >> i'm not too happy about it.
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i was looking forward to being in the new dorms. >> oh, my god, i'm finally in my dorm room. >> this freshman took this video of the moment she saw her dorm room for the first time. the accommodations not exactly what you were hoping for. >> i was so upset about it but there's nothing i can do. >> look at the closet space. >> three students bunking together. >> i have to say my room -- i have a lot of stuff. >> her mom is disappointed. >> it's not what i expected. >> 820 san jose state students thought they had it made, moving into this brand new spacious dorm called campus village 2. but construction isn't finished yet due to last-minute delays. so students have been detoured into temporary housing in these 1960 dorms nicknamed the bricks, slated for demolition. >> the rooms are tiny, the bathrooms aren't that good. >> some found dirt and trash inside their new digs. >> i went to school in france and the rooms are already tiny and this is worse than france. >> we always had a contingency plan. if it wasn't done on time we knew we had these structures in place that would house just about the same amount of students. >> the university apologizes but appreciates the cooperation. she's making the best of it for now.
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>> my mom said that's your first life lesson that not everything goes as planned. and i was like, i guess. >> reporter: the university will help them move into new dorms whether it's finally complete in three to four weeks. abc7 news. still ahead, an effort to keep memories alive. the fight to protect these ghost bikes in honor of bicycle efforts who died. it is windy, and temperatures are continuing to take a slide this week. cool august days ahead. lisa argen will have your ♪ ♪
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>> welcome back, everyone. it's 6:60 on this sunday morning. thank you for joining us for the abc7 sunday morning news. this is a live look from our east bay hills camera. a real beauty shot there. you see the sun just coming out. below average temperatures ahead this week. lisa argen will be here shortly with the full accuweather forecast. happening today. it's time to pick up those paddles and head to san francisco's chinatown for the sixth annual chinatown ping pong festival. this video is from a previous festival. mayor ed lee is known for a wicked backhand.
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he usually stops by for a few of the games. the festival is being held at a grand ballroom at the hilton at washington and kearny streets, as well as a school on broadway. the festival runs from 8:00 until 3:00. here's lisa now with a preview of the accuweather forecast. >> hey, carolyn. you see a lot of gray sky out there. a cloudy start to your sunday. a slight cool down to parts of the bay. i'll tell you where and how much next. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, the niners against the defending champ broncos. they may have found a backup quarterback. mike shumann has all
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because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. try zyrtec®. muddle no more®. >> in sports the 49ers played on the road against the reigning nfl champs, the denver broncos, in preseason action while both the giants and the a's had rough games. sports anchor mike shumann has all the highlights in this morning's sports. good morning. well, the 49ers started to get a feel for what chip kelly wants on both sides of the ball as they looked a lot better in their second preseason game against the world champion broncos. broncos would score on the opening drive of the game. former cal bear c.j. anderson with the 19-yard run.
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c.j. bulls his way into the end zone. 7-0 denver. and reed missed last night's game for the birth of his child. the second quarter, simeon is picked off for 7. six sacks by the niners' defense. hands off to carlos. knocks it in from four yards out. niners up 7. and then 44 seconds left, denver at san francisco's 13. mark sanchez fumbles. mike davis will fumble on the next play. then sanchez fumbles again. and on the first drive of the second half davis would once again fumble. four fumbles in 59 seconds of action, and they weren't done. for the second straight week the niners fumble on their way to the end zone. harris loses the ball and denver recovers in the end zone. broncos go the other way. the rookie, the pass to philips. ties the game at 17. so the niners turn to the quarterback who earlier this week was painting his house.
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christian ponder just signed. from 22 yards out. later in the fourth he's going to throw 230 yards to get anderson. another touchdown. 7 of 8, and the niners win. it's been painful to watch. they had their first two game win streak in august, but the mets took care of that of the starting pitching in the bullpen was a no show. the third inning. he crushes it to left center. 23rd of the season. matt moore allowed three runs in five innings. mets go up 3-0. colon allowed just two runs. one in the bottom half of the third. a splash hit. his 7th home run. the year. and this guy goes for a swim. jake peavy out of the bullpen in the sixth. gave up two home runs. and 8th inning, see ya. 3 for 5, 3 rbi, and the mets take game three of the
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four-game set 9-5, the final. a's in chicago to face the white sox. looking for two straight after a shutout last night. bottom of the first. the deep shot. watch this. hits off his glove. out for a home run, 1-0, sox. we saw cespedes rough up the giants, well cabrera doing the same here. the rbi double in the third and rbi single in the fourth. four innings, allowing 6 runs and the white sox go on to win it 6-2. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you again tonight at 5:00. have a great day. >> lisa, usually around this time of year when the kids go back to school there's scorching weather, but not this time. >> no, all of august is pretty much cooperating. we where i shall we could spread the marine area to the really parched areas of the state but they, too, will be cooling down. look at the fog this morning.
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all the way into livermore. just about into concord. looking at the breezy conditions through the delta. the only problem really petaluma with 2.5 mill visibility. because the deck is so tall, you are looking at not a problem in terms of heading out and getting going this morning. isn't it nice? we can sit there and look at this for a while. it's nice with the later of clouds from the east bay hills camera. the sun above. a better air quality index for today and the next several days. 62 mountain view. san jose good morning. it's been cool and cloudy there. more clouds for you in emeryville. you are in the 60s yesterday. today about 70. 56 santa rosa, 57 napa. mid-50s petaluma. we've got a breeze today that will take numbers down about five degrees in our inland valleys. but it has been comfortable for you in concord and livermore. today still 80s but it will
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take toward the second half of the afternoon to warm up. there's the breeze. it will continue throughout the day today. in fact, low clouds and fog, i think they are really going to ramp up throughout the afternoon. overcast this morning. improving air quality. cool for august the next several days. we have afternoon sunshine today. we will call it partly to mostly sunny. but we have thunderstorms in the sierra nevada. more widespread today than they were yesterday. look at that. numbers coming down about 6 degrees there at salt lake. hazy in monterey and along the central coast. looking at low 80s in los angeles. this is the wind profile. i'm showing it to you because it really is going to make a difference inland today. at 11:00 you notice we have the sea breeze that continues all afternoon. up to 25 miles an hour by the delta and nearly 20 miles an hour around the bay. it will be breezy. we will have clouds around from time to time. but overall it should be a pretty nice afternoon if you are away from the coast. because you have to go down to
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santa cruz and even mont are a i to get some sun. even there it will be partly cloudy with hazy conditions. numbers and the sea breeze up to 20 miles an hour. keeping it cool just around 59 half moon bay. 62 in the city. that's about five, six degrees shy of average. 73 in san rafael. 71 in san mateo. about 80 in san jose. so san francisco today looking at some sunshine. but then by 5:00 it's getting cool. 62 degrees. the accuweather seven-day forecast, mid-80sed to inland. a few degrees cooler for tomorrow. and then notice not a lot of change. it will take until the middle of the week where with he see a few degrees of warming, but nothing really to write home about. in fact it's getting cooler by the end of the upcoming work week. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. unique tributes to bicyclists struck and killed in san francisco are disappearing. and some families say it's happening with no notice. now there's a call for a city moratorium on removing those
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so-called ghost bikes and for new policies. >> reporter: if you never heard of a ghost bike, they look like this. spraypainted white and chained to a spot where a bicyclist was hit and killed. julie mitchell and her family made one for her 21-year-old son dylan, who died three years ago on the streets of san francisco after colliding with a garbage truck. >> people would stop and pay their respects, they would read it. people would slow down to see it. >> then one day it was gone. >> very disrespectful. like throwing my son in the garbage. >> she organizes a ride of silence each year, making stops where bicyclists have died. all over san francisco she's noticed ghost bike tributes are disappearing and as a member of the city's bicycle advisory committee, she's introducing a resolution on monday calling on the public works department to hold up for a year on dismantling the memorials.
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>> i would like to work something out with the city that they would permit the putting up of the ghost bikes. of course, provided that no ghost bike is posing a public hazard. >> the current policy is a two-week stay for all makeshift memorials. but he's open to change. >> if it's a piece of art or if it's something that doesn't involve a lot of maintenance, then maybe there is something we can look at and see what is reasonable. >> julie mitchell said the city should stop removing the ghost bikes or erect a permanent memorial to fallen cyclists like her son. >> the bicycle advisory committee meets tomorrow night at 6:30 at san francisco's city hall. coming up next, another fun-filled day in san francisco for sunday streets. we will tell you where you can enjoy one of the last summer weekends in the city.
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>> here are the winning numbers from last night's $110 million powerball draw. no one got all six so wednesday night's jackpot goes unto $127 million. and take a look at the winning numbers from last night's $27 million super lotto plus. nobody picked all six in that draw either.
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wednesday night's prize grows to $28 million. happening today, san francisco's sunday streets spotlights the mission district. sunday streets is a day of free, healthy activities that promote community in public streets. this is video from a previous event, valencia street from the plaza. 26th street is where all the fun is. there will be arts and crafts, street art, live musical and dance performances and many more activities. sunday streets runs from 11:00 this morning to 4:00 p.m. lisa, i'm sure they won't allow the cool weather to detour them. >> not at all. that video looks just like what you will probably have today. starting out cloudy, some filtered sun. this is the way it looks from the east bay hills camera. looks to an interesting start to the bay. cloud cover from concord to livermore. improving air quality, though, and the temperatures coming down the next couple of days.
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onshore flow increases. low 60s in the city. upper 60s in oakland. just about 80 in san jose. look at the 70s in santa rosa. and the accuweather seven-day forecast, we are bringing down the numbers inland and around the bay with a stronger onshore flow. this takes us through the middle of the week. the warmest day, if you want to call it that, will be wednesday. then it looks like even cooler temperatures by the end of the week. usually it's hot for the kids going back to school. maybe this is something for everyone. everyone: all right, lisa. thank you. and thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler, along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook and all of your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. "good morning america" is up next. have a great sunday, everyone, and a great week ahead!
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