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live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> dan: now at 11:00. donald trump delivers his long awaited speech on immigration and promising his first action iffy elected president will be in honor of the san francisco woman killed by an illegal immigrant. >> on my first day in office, i am also going to ask congress to pass kate's law, named for kate of the. >> dan: good evening i'm dan ashley. >> ama: i'm ama daetz. that pledge to undocumented immigrants was part of a policy tackling immigration. >> dan: it comes after trump flew to mexico for a private meeting with the mexican president today. >> ama: law -- lana zach has the story. >> reporter: this was the speech undecided voters waited to hear. >> i am going to delivered a
detailed policy address on one of the greatest challenges facing our country. >> reporter: donald trump with his definitive plans on how he would handle immigration. >> we will enforce all of our immigration laws. >> reporter: trump focused on the deportation of law breakers. >> zero tolerance for criminal aliens, zero. i am going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and connectionly removing the -- and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america. >> reporter: in his surprise trip to mexico earlier in the day allowed him to say he could work together with mix mks' lead -- with mexico's leader, but how that would shape up is not known. >> we discussed the wall, but not payment of the wall. >> reporter: he extended the invitation to trump and hillary clinton. she criticized trump from ohio. >> it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insin eu
weighingses -- insin euations by dropping in our neighbors and then flying home again. >> reporter: mexico's president clarified saying he told trump in no uncertain terms that mexico would not pay for that wall. abc news, washington. >> ama: there has been a lot of reaction to trump's mexico trip. hillary clinton tweeted trump just failed his first foreign test. diplomacy is not as easy as it looks. conservative commentator anne coulter said i will watch this sleep every night before i go to bed so i can sleep like a baby. mark cuban said we just heard trump's infrastructure program. thousands of new government employee to find, evaluate, process and deport. when donald trump took the stage in phoenix we sent out a push alert and they were able to watch it on the app.
enable the push alerts so you can stay on top of the race of the white house. >> dan: developing news in allendale. police are looking for the person who shot a man several times of the it happened about 8:30 at 38th and penniman avenue. it happened less than a mile away from where two men were shot and killed last night. and developing news from the north bay, we are getting our first look now at the youngsters killed on their way to school. a 9-year-old, dalila and 7-year-old cyra gonzalez died this morning when their mother lost control of the car she was driving and plunged into a river. it is the second such accident in the last week. abc7 news reporter is live in petaluma where the family members gathered to pay their respects. katie. >> family tells me the two little girls love to sing and dance. they gathered along the river along with complete
strangers. community members that were saddened and shocked by the loss of life on the way to school. prayers along the petaluma river for two little girls. amanda wolf heard alley -- allejandra out of the water this morning. >> the babies were stuck in the car and it was horrible. i tried to tell my daughter, ruby, not to look. i said don't look, don't look. >> hernandez just dropped the girl's father off nearby and was headed off. chp drifted into the center dirt median on petaluma boulevard and over corrected and then swerved off the roadway plunging down the six feet of water. the girls died despite heroic efforts.
>> it is hauntingly similar to a crash in the russian river a week ago that killed two other girls. >> we plan to attend the funeral because we are parents and you can feel it and it is especially hard when you are on scene and there is nothing you can do about it. >> tonight family grab pells with similar feelings along the river. chp say he was driving without a license, but investigators have not determined the cause of the crash. abc7 news. >> tonight we have new details on the former stanford swimmer sent to jail after serving six months for sexual assault. he will be released on friday. now abc7 news has learned it is unlikely he will register in california. he is going home to ohio and he can register there. once in ohio he must apply for parole supervision.
>> dan: rainy weather is beginning in hawaii is a the -- as the first of two tropical storms make their way to the island. this is in a small town on the big island of hawaii. neighbors are already dealing with wet and windy weather. let's start with sandhya patel and live doppler 7. >> sandhya: let's lack at both of those systems. we have madeline that has egg whattenned quite a bit. that was weakened quite a bit. as we take you closer we are seeing the rain bands intensifying across the big island. it has been coming in for hours now and they are getting good rain. they have tropical storm warnings up through saturday evening for not just the big island but maui county as well. if you have personal investments in that area flooding is the biggest
concern with madeline as heavy rains pound the area along with the high surf. the bigger problem is the surf. you notice madeline is passing south of the big island and will continue on that track. thursday 2:00 p.m. hawaiian time, lester this upcoming friday will be a category 1. so much weaker than it is now. it is passing north of the hawaiian islands, but it will bring big surf with it. as you look at the atlantic, we have another system -- we have two systems. the depression is not a problem. the gulf of mexico will have a hurricane and it will pound the florida coastline. eventually working its way up across the southeastern united states. it is bringing them the storm surge and an isolated tornado is possible. we are into the peak of the hurricane season, so it is not unheard of to see all of this activity. dan and ama? >> dan: sandhya, thank you. a lot of people coming and going from hawaii. let's continue our team coverage with reporter lilian kim live at sfo with the impact on travelers tonight.
lilian? >> reporter: whether they are going for a special event or family vacation people we talk to plan to stick it out and hope for the best. flights to hawaii are taking off as scheduled. she lives on oahu. she already has a stockpile of food and water in case things get serious. jay i am assuming they are out of water at the grocery stores. i'll do the best i can and keep what i have with me! >> you have to work to have a bad time in hawaii. >> she is forging ahead with her hawaii plans. she and her swimming buddies are hoping to participate in the maui relay. lester could end up can -- cancelling the event. >> we are with friends and it is all good. it is easier if all of this wasn't taking place, right? >> san francisco residents wanted to cancel her trip to
maui, but they wouldn't refund her deposit, so they will make the best of it. >> we will spend a lot of time indoors and reading books and playing games and watching tv. s> this couple plans to get married on a beach in oahu on saturday, the same day lester is expected in the area. they say nothing will ruin their special day. >> everybody wants their wedding day to be perfect. >> it would be perfect even with the rain. >> as long as we're there. >> pooh of that madeline and lester are not enough to keep travelers away. >> dan: coming up on the news at 11:00, praying for police. the local pastors who say south bay officers need to face a god more than ever. >> ama: and 10,000 worth of tools were stolen from a south bay home. the homeowners who were victimized traced the steps of the burglar. >> dan: and steve jobs' secret project. what he was planning months before his passing.
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a. >> ama: new at 11:00, police were at san jose headquarters when's a local pastor lead a prayer vigil for police officers. they declared a state of emergency because of low policing staffing levels. a group of citizens prayed to keep the officers safe while they were being forced to work extra hours. >> people are sleeping in cars and rv's and working overtime. because they are overwhelmed. >> it is always a blessing to have the community's support and prayer. >> ama: san jose's pilgrim church organized the vigil. they prayed that san jose will find a way to hire more
officers. >> dan: in san jose, police need the public's help in solving a well orchestrated crime. >> ama: a burglar or burglars got away with $10,000 of tools. the homeowners had a camera rolling. >> dan: katie is live at the san jose police department with the story and the pictures. katie? >> reporter: dan, ama, thanks to home surveillance video police have a clear image of a burglar and they hope someone will recognize him. an arrest may help the family sleep at night. >> this is the man san jose police say burglarized a north san jose home. the homeowners don't want to be identified. but they talked us through what happened about 4:00 a.m. on june 7th as they and their two children slept. >> they broke this window and then they lift the door and then they sneak under the door. >> the man went through the garage and cut a lock on the side gate and then cut power to the house. from there he stole $10,000 worth of tools belonging to a
contractor working on the house and a mountain bike belonging to the homeowner's 13-year-old son. the material losses are not the worst part. their 9-year-old daughter was traumatized. >> it took a couple days for my daughter to settle back to normal. she was scared to go into the garage after that and not to go in any rooms by herself. >> it has been a hard time for the family. >> i don't know what we will do. >> police say the man appears to be in his mid30s and 5-8 and about 180 pounds. if you recognize him call police. there could be a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. in san jose, abc7 news. >> dan: caught on video. they hope you will recognize these thieves who broke into two homes. you are looking at them with guns drawn on sunday. the resident wasn't home and called police after watching the break in remote 3. remotely. they robbed the victims of
cash and jewelry. >> what we learned in the past is once they have you in the house they want to direct you. i don't want to go looking for it and scrambling. >> police encouraged homeowners to install the security cameras to both deter and catch criminals. >> before he died the late apple ceo, steve jobs, was working on a secret project. they report jobs was trying to reinvent television. just after he stepped down as ceo of the company in 2011 he started working full time on the project that possibly included the creation of a new tv set made by april pl. apple. jobs died two months later. apple hasn't taken any major steps into the tv industry. what might have been and what still may be if they continue to work on it. >> ama: sandhya patel has been quite busy. >> dan: you are watching the hurricanes.
>> sandhya: we are tracking multiple storms. we have quiet weather here locally and i want to show you live doppler 7hd and we will talk about how it looks right now. we do have some fog and low cloudiness near the coast. it is starting to push in over parts of the east bay there. for your morning commute you will see this. just be prepared. if you have been wondering, august has been cooler than average. if you were wondering how much below, san francisco is closing out august about 3 degrees below normal for this time of year. you look at the entire month as we get ready to move into september and notice that there were only two days where san francisco was a little higher than average. for the rest of the month you are below where you needed to be this time of year as we saw one system after another and keeping our temperatures in check. as you look at the week ahead the average high is 87 degrees for livermore. you will hover below normal
for a few days and then as we head into tuesday and wednesday, those temperatures will bounce back. it will get warmer and it will feel like summer again. notice this beautiful view of the fog over san francisco. shaky camera so it is breezy. 58 in san francisco. oakland and mountain vouleaux 60s. half moon bay it is 59 degrees. sfo camera is showing you what it looks like which is overcast and you may encounter delays because of the low ceilings. low 60s and napa and fairfield. 62 in livermore and a live look at a shaky camera from our mount tam cam. low clouds and drizzle in the morning. cooler than average through the weekend and warmer days starting on labor day and carry us into the following few days. tomorrow morning the temperatures will begin primarily in the 50s. low 50s to the low 60s. you will notice a little green there. there will be some spotty drizzle. your morning commute will
include slick roadways and it could slow you down. prepare accordingly. you will notice drizzle into the east bay. 7:00 a.m. along the coast. and as we head into the latter part of the morning, the fog and low clouds will clear away. most areas will see sunshine about 4:00 as you notice on the hour by hour forecast. highs for your thursday, 84 antioch. those are some of the warmest spots. the temperatures dropped a few degrees and we will continue with that tomorrow. 65 san francisco and 70 in oakland and 79 in san jose. 71 san mateo, richmond. 82 santa rosa and 70s in san rafael. high temperatures for your labor day weekend remaining on the mild side for saturday. you start it off 60s to 80s and sunday is still below average. as we head into monday summer warmth returns. upper 80s inland and the accu-weather seven-day forecast will feature below average conditions as we go into september. right on through sunday and then on monday we will warm it up and as we head into tuesday
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good evening. as we turn the page on august it was a dismal month for the giants. 11-16, but they finish it right with a win over arizona and for awhile tonight, it looked like they would be a half game out of first in the west. the globe trotters are spinning with matt cain will buster posey. it is 2-0 giants in a flash.
the play of the game and he crushes this ball. have no fear. he is somehow able to hang on. as they get their first win, the pigeons invade. somebody call peta. save the birds. the giants win it 4-2 and they head to chicago now. a big 10-game roady and they face the cubs tomorrow. >> we control our destiny and we know it. we have to pick it up. they are all big now. we are going against a tough club in chicago. we are going to have to play our best ball. >> the dodgers got blanked in game one of the double header in colorado. game two, happy birthday steven. ♪ happy birthday to you turned 29 and a first big league grand slam. that's when things went terribly wrong. dodgers down to the last out
and a grand salome. the dodgers win it 10-8 and they are a game and a half up. the a's try to avoid being swept in houston: he had a rough eighth inning. tied the game on this triple. it is over the head of valencia. then gatis singles him in. the astros win it 4-3 and they sweep the a's. they also traded coco crisp to cleveland. we could get some meningful discourse and tonight there are photos on-line of kap wearing socks that feature pigs dressed as police. that doesn't help. kap plans to sit during the national anthem tomorrow night in san diego. a green better ray had a trial with the 9ers and he was on sports center and he says he is keeping an open mind.
>> i stopped myself and listened to why and what. not only does he have every right to do that, i respect him. it was incredibly brave. it takes a lot of courage to do that. you know what you are potentially giving up. >> abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. tomorrow night should be really interesting in san diego. they have a big pre-game celebration surrounding the military will we'll see how it goes. >> tha
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