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good morning, everyone. it is sunday, june 11th. i'm chris wynn. a quick look at the weather with lisa argen. >> good morning. the fog has not really reformed. so we have clear conditions and, yes, it's chilly once again. here is live doppler 7. a few patches of gray. partly cloudy skies today, but today continues with our cool weather regime. there are rain showers in the northern mountains. northern sacramento valley and we have a few to talk about today. 56 in oakland and hayward with 47 in santa rosa. the winds will continue to be
breezy. right now they're up to 22 miles an hour at the coast. 15. 50s for the temperature by 7:00. low 60s by noon. a chance of showers over the higher hills with highs well below average. 60s to near 70 around the bay and inland. a school district in brentwood issued a public apology after a senior who also happens to be a private in the u.s. army was told he couldn't walk in graduation if he wore his military blues. >> my favorite part, i would have to -- >> reporter: he is no ordinary private first class and army reservist. he finished basic training at 17 and this is his high school graduation party. >> it's great having you here. >> reporter: he missed his graduation ceremony at liberty high school. he missed the excitement, the
energy, the camaraderie, because of this. >> he basically told me this is a graduation ceremony, you are not allowed to wear that uniform. you are supposed to wear a cap and gown. >> reporter: school administrators told harley he could wear a cap and gown. he refused to cover up his uniform and left. >> he was in disbelief. to see my husband and son devastated, being told he couldn't wear his uniform was crushing. >> reporter: the high school superintendent released this apology citing state legislation that allows a high schooler who has completed basic training to wear a uniform at graduation. he goes on to say, quote, so slight was meant to harland or the u.s. army. with a little prior notification i am sure the principal and the administration would have come to this conclusion before the ceremony. >> he spoke to his counselor
several times during the week leading up to graduation. she advised him, yes, it's acceptable. >> reporter: he hasn't ruled out the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the school district. >> abc7 was in san francisco last night after a mother and her 3-year-old child were injured by a hit-and-run the suspect was arrested three miles away off silver and san sn bruno. the mother and child were taken to the hospital. 5:05 is the on june 10, 2001 someone shot and killed this woman outside of the now closed q cafè nightclub on ahma street.
police say they don't believe she was targeted but they still don't have a motive. >> in our circle of friends we don't know known who has been murdered. we don't know anyone that's in a gang. >> police have rereleased a video that they hope will result in new leads. they are asking people to share it on social media. we posted it on our website we know the name of a man shot and killed in sunnyvale three days ago. 21-year-old ed sal gado. a second victim was wounded but is expected to survive. this is sunnyvale's first homicide this year. a deadly crash involving two motorcycles and a truck closed down five lanes of traffic in east bay. a motorcyclist who the chp says
was going over 90 miles per hour lost control and rear-ended a pickup truck. the cyclist that collided with the pickup died at the scene. the other was taken to a trauma center. all lanes have since reopened. morgan lil polihill policeie a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a gas station. police say he went into a gas station convenience store yesterday morning and demanded free items. the woman who was working there told him to leave but police say he ended up dragging her towards a back storage room. she hit him in the face and he eventually ran off. new details on the officer-involved shooting in brentwood. you can see the damage done to the home on birchwood drive friday night. police say a car hit the home at some point at least one officer opened fire on the two men inside the car. one man was shot in the hip.
a neighbor says he heard several gunshots. >> he was on the ground yelling, i'm hit, i'm hit! he was cussing and swearing at himself. >> another suspect suffered a facial injury. no officers were hurt. the brentwood police department and contra costa county district attorney's office are investigating. at a church in the east bay, a call for shots fired has turned into a hate crime investigation. abc7 news was in san leandro where police say a man fired shots into a statue at a church yesterday afternoon. responding officers struggled with him before removing his gun and taking him into custody. police have not said what prompted them to classify this has a hate crime. investigators are looking into the cause of a grass fire in a lot about a mile east of the oakland international airport. the fire broke out near 98th avenue and empire road a little after 9:00 last night.
while the lot there is mostly empty, multiple campers and trailers were set on fire. fire crews had to request additional support and battled flames for about 45 minutes before getting it under control. dub nation is hoping for a championship win during game 5 of the finals in oakland tomorrow. both the warriors and the cavs arrived back in the bay area yesterday. abc7 news reporter spoke with warriors fans who are not deterred by friday's loss. >> reporter: the warriors are back in the bay and the chance for championship history is still within reach. >> it would be an historic moment that the bay area would be super proud of. >> reporter: the dubs have a chance to wrap things up on their home court, something that's never happened in warriors history. >> it's always great to win the championship game on your home re arena in front of your home fans, especially since they'll be moving to frisco. >> reporter: the 2015 win on the road was memorable. the sting from 2016's defeat
lingers. a victory at home would be sweet. >> i think it would be awesome, to come back from last year and be able to win this year. it would be great. >> reporter: in downtown san francisco the cavs arrived with ear plugs in and serious faces. >> i think they're expecting the crowd to be more harsh than it was but they're here to handle business. >> richard jefferson and his friend channing frye. >> reporter: this fan believes the cavs have a shot. >> they didn't want to lose. they didn't want their season to end. you can't go against lebron. >> reporter: this warriors fan has a message for lebron james. >> i hope he has a good night, enjoys the city and monday night they're on a plane back home. >> realize they got the fans behind them. play defense and cut down on turnovers. >> reporter: that's advice he offers the dubs to win game 5 of the nba finals. in san francisco, lonnie riverar abc7. >> coverage of game 5 starts
tomorrow at 5:30 here on abc7. before the game join larry beil and mike schumann for the pregame show. construction on the tracks leading to and from oracle should be done in time for game 5 tomorrow. b.a.r.t. crews are rebuilding the trackway. lake merritt station is closed. a bus bridge will connect passengers around the closure. this will be the last weekend for the work which began in april. b.a.r.t. says expect 20 to 40-minute delays. >> lisa argen. >> 40s and the winds will still be with us. a live look outside from mount tam. you can see the blustery conditions. 56 in oakland and hayward.
a day not only with cooler than average numbers. could see a few showers. i'll track them coming up next. >> thank you. see you soon. remembering adam west. what his costars of tv's "batman" are saying about their dear friend. demonstrators and counter-protesters squared off across the country. how nationwide rallies against islamic watching this breath savers protect mint neutralize the plaque acids in my mouth. i can't see anything! that's because it's working so hard. hey, what are you guys doing? karen. we're neutralizing. maybe i want to neutralize. you ever think of that? more people are choosing nissan. ♪
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abuse against women. various groups held counter protests. leslie brinkley takes us to a peaceful demonstration in santa clara. >> reporter: citing everything from female mutilation to terror attacks these activists stood their ground on this busy street corner. >> you either support the constitution or you support shariah. you can't have two conflicting rules of law. >> reporter: do you feel as they there is a movement afoot to impose shariah law in california? >> oh, yes. absolutely. >> i lost my son, mark, on 9/11. on every other issue i am a liberal. when it comes to the imposition of shariah law on american soil i'm very much against it. >> reporter: across the honking traffic were many when interpreted the message from a different angle. >> i think it's clear that what they are saying is based on a
lack of knowledge. >> reporter: 120 bay area civil rights and faith groups organized this counter-protest from 11:00 to 3:00. >> it's amazing to see so many people come up in the name of unity as opposed to standing against one religious tradition. >> reporter: sign-toting activists walked across the street periodically to infiltrate the other side for a while but police kept them on the sidewalks and out of traffic. >> it's been peaceful. >> reporter: others said they felt harassed. >> walking around the bay area with a hat in general it's like i have a target on my back. >> reporter: the showdown ended peacefully. i'm leslie brinkley. abc7 news. >> hundreds gathered in roseville yesterday. three groups held demonstrations. one calling themselves anti shariah law, and a counter protest group calling themselves anti-fascist and a third
demonstrating unity. >> i came to show support for the muslim community and to say we're glad you're here, we want you here. >> one person was arrested in connection with the protests. though it is unclear which group that individual belonged to. time is 5:15. legendary actor adam west, the man who played batman in the 1960s television series has died. west played the caped crusader for 120 episodes on abc. reporter melissa mcbride from our sister station in l.a. looks back at the life of adam west. >> reporter: for only three seasons adam west was batman on the hit tv series in the late 1960s but it was the role he would be known for throughout his decades-long career. two weeks ago he signed autographs with burt ward who played his sidekick, robin, on the show. >> 75% of my time on this planet
has been working with adam west. >> reporter: ward says west seemed to be in good health. the passing of his dear friend was unexpected. batman and robin were good friends on and off the set. >> when we would get together and people would see us together, they start laughing. and i -- what's wrong? my shirt? what's going on? why are people laughing at us. there was some chemistry, some magic from the very day that we met. >> reporter: west continued acting and doing voiceover work. over the years he made time for his devoted fans. julie newmar played cat woman on the show. >> he was so adored and kind and generous to people. >> reporter: fans have paid tribute to him at his star on the walk of fame. west had an upcoming autograph signing tour and ward says it won't be the same without batman at his side. >> he will always be in my heart. i can hear his voice sure as i
am speaking to you, and i just have a feeling that our connection was so great that somehow i am going to hear his voice. if i do, i'm going to pass it on to every adoring fan. he would want it that way. the time is 5:17. it was the perfect day for a parade, and this one kicked off opening day at the san mateo county fair yesterday. groups from throughout the bay area were invited to celebrate the fair's 80th year. the music group smash mouth performs next saturday. the fair will be open through june 18th at the fair grounds. top athletes from around the world take over the streets and waters of san francisco to take part in one of the most prestigious competitions, the escape from alcatraz triathlon. a 1.5 mile swim. 18 mile bike ride and 8-mile run through the city. it's considered one of the oldest and most difficult.
the first swimmers will hit the water near alcatraz island at 7:30 this morning. your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good morning. we are looking at a relatively clear start. we'll have more clouds around and incoming weather systems from the north and west that unfortunately could spread some late-season showers around here. you can see the rotation of the clouds here. so this is unseasonably cool system for this time of year. we are looking at snow, maybe 4 or 5 inches in the sierra nevada. here is mount tam. you see how gusty it is. camera shaking. 42-mile-an-hour winds at the top and 30-mile-an-hour winds at 2,000 feet. keep it in mind h. 52 in san francisco. 51 in gilroy. 54 in mountain view. 56 in oakland. half moon bay sitting at 54.
from the east bay hills camera, the winds in the upper elevations over 35 miles an hour. 47 in santa rosa. 51 in napa. 50 by the delta and 51 in livermore. talking about the winds today. they're breezy from the east bay to the airport. as we go through the next several hours, you'll see how they get gusty along the coast. breezy and cool with a chance of showers. sunny and cool tomorrow. when do we start to warm up? after tomorrow the temperatures will gradually increase this week to near summerlike conditions by the end of the week. back to the winds. this is 7:00 this morning. look how gusty. 30 to 35 miles an hour. i'll stop this at 10:00. the winds are still up around the bay and right on through the evening hours, really very little change. it's a gusty afternoon. and as we go through the hour by hour forecasts, we'll bring in the cloud cover. you'll notice that the green begins to increase by the
afternoon. this is 6:00. look at the higher elevations here. 7:00 tonight from the east bay to the peninsula. even around perhaps mount hamilton. so all throughout the day we've got the clouds and we may wring out a few showers, maybe even a thunderstorm. in terms of your temperature profile for the week ahead, 69 today in santa rosa. can't we do better? average high is 80. it will take until tuesday to get there. then it will stay summerlike through next weekend. highs today in the south bay, maybe even a few degrees cooler than yesterday. mid 60s. that's all we can manage for santa clara. 67 in morgan hill. upper 50s and gusty winds today. 60 downtown in the north bay. could see a few showers. 69, santa rosa. novato. near east bay. 64 in oakland. mixture of clouds and sun and maybe a thunderstorm. 70 in conquered. download our acuuater app.
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i grew up in the house next store. >> reporter: all during her childhood her father was investing in nearby homes. at the time of his death he had quite the legacy to pass on. >> his children received 20 properties. altogether. >> reporter: a nice inheritance, to be sure. it wasn't just the properties that got passed along, it was the property taxes too. >> we were able to keep the property taxes from when my grandmother purchased some of the propertes, so a $2.5 million property now the property taxes have been $2,000. >> reporter: wow! >> just as an example. yeah. >> reporter: $2,000 rather than $26,000 a year. attorney john martin made sure they got the full benefit of the law. >> it may be extremely valuable. in retirement, being on a fixed income, being able to stay in the place where they grew up or
are living now. >> reporter: john understands and works with propositions 13 and 58. prop 13 restricts the growth of property taxes. prop 58 allows that tax break to be passed on to heirs. >> with property values escalating so quickly in california, suddenly prop 13, prop 58, avoiding change in ownership at death, becomes that much more important relative to other tax issues. >> reporter: you and your family can do the same thing too. but you must have your paperworw in order. consult an attorney to make sure. we're talking about tax breaks that can be handed down for generations. even if you don't need it now, you might really want it later. i'm michael finney. 7 on your side. the oakland raiders held a clinic yesterday for high school students and their coaches in alameda. as you can see in the video from
the raiders kids took part in drills and got tips from the pros on the same practice field the team uses. they also learned about the importance of proper technique, work ethic and nutrition from raiders defensive coordinator ken norton jr. >> we're here to make sure you get your success. >> new raider and oakland tech alum marshawn lynch made an appearance as did two of the top draft picks in the incoming rookie class. check out a mother bear protecting her cubs. a security camera gives us a look. mother bear and her baby were rummaging for through last week. suddenly a coyote appears. momma bear keeps her cub very close, thwarting the coyote's effort. shocking new video revealing the moments a south carolina woman is rescued from her serial killer captor. also ahead.
time now is almost 5:30. it is very early. thanks for waking up with us. i am chris wynn. let's start with a quick look at the weather. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the conditions where you live. >> you can see the fog behind me blowing by. overall we have low cloudiness. cool, 52 in the city and 54 in san jose and mountainview and half moon bay. we'll look at partly cloudy skies today with a chance of showers. pretty much allupper 40s right . santa rosa. 54. conquered. win -- concord. spring valley is just above half
moon bay at mount tam, you see the gusty winds as well as at ate lass peak. the winds up to 20 miles an hour. it's breezy to windy today. upper 50s inland by 7:00. by noontime it will hold in the low 60s for most around the bay and inland and cooler today adding in the chance of showers mainly in higher elevations. we will will ta we'll talk about warming up in a few minutes. a chilling video is out showing the rescue of a woman held captive by an accused serial killer. certain scenes may be too disturbing for some viewers. eva pill grigrimm has the >> reporter: new images showing the moment authorities walked to the sealed shipping container where a woman was being held captive. authorities using a saw and crowbars to make into the container. once inside, pitch black. investigators, armed with guns, walked through, finding kayla
brown chained up inside the crate. >> how are you, honey? >> reporter: the 30-year-old held prisoner for two months by an admitted serial killer. in the video you see brown with a chain around her neck. >> just one. chain through a wall and my neck is attached to the wall up here. >> reporter: wearing glasses, sitting on a make-shift bed. >> straight out of hannibal lecter. a girl chained up like a dog in the back of a container. >> reporter: authorities used bolt cutters to free brown who had been trapped inside the container browning to todd kolhep. a seemingly successful real estate broker. >> calm washed over me. i was just there. i was free and i was just ready to get off that property. >> reporter: she told detectives her boyfriend, charlie carver, cannot survive. >> he shot charlie three times
in the chest. i never seen him again. he says he is dead and buried. >> reporter: he's now confessed to killing seven people including four he gunned down at a motorcycle shop. >> i cleared that building in under 30 seconds. you guys would have been proud. i'm sorry, but you guys would have been proud. >> reporter: in may kolhep pled guilty to murder and kidnapping charges and a judge sentenced him to life in prison. the president's embattled attorney general has agreed to testify next week about russia's connection to the white house and the firing of the fbi director. this amid the fallout over the former director's testimony. >> reporter: with the president and former fbi director locked in a he said/he said. >> those were lies, plain and simple. >> and some of the things that he said just weren't true. >> reporter: the spotlight of the russia investigation is
bringing new skrutcrutiny to th attorney general jeff sessions. sessions was the first senator to endorse candidate trump. in march citing those campaign ties sessions recused himself from overseeing the russia investigation. >> i should not be involved in investigating a campaign i had a role in. >> reporter: james comey hinted there was more to it. >> we also were aware of facts that i can't discuss in an open setting that would make his continued engagement in a russia-related investigation problematic. >> a big wrinkle today, comey's suggestion that there are untold stories about why jeff sessions decided to recuse himself. >> reporter: investigators are looking at this event, trump's first major foreign policy address at a d.c. hotel last year. >> it's time to shake the rust off america's foreign policy. >> reporter: that's the russian ambassador. sergey disl sergey kislyak. and there is jeff sessions. investigators want to know if the two had any interaction at
the event. sessions previously admitted he and kislyak had two encounters during the campaign after initially denying any contact. >> what we have is a pattern of contacts with the russians by flynn, by sessions, by kushner, secret, and then concealed. >> reporter: mary bruce, abc news. washington. >> president trump is expected to reveal his new policy with cuba this week. officials say the president could reverse some changes made under former president obama's opening with the island. that may includeicting business with the cuban military and u.s. travel that resembles tourism. a person familiar with the plan says president trump will announce the policy this friday during a speech in miami. the white house says the timing has not been finalized. in his first tv interview since being fired by president trump, former new york u.s. attorney preet bharara comes ex
includesive -- exclusively to this week. he'll go one on one with george stephanopoulos. you can watch the full interview at 8:00 this morning here on abc7. 5:35 the time. today los angeles ends its pride weekend celebrations with the resist march. the march replaces the annual pride parade. organizers say the resist march was inspired by the women's marches that took place after president trump's inauguration. thousands of people are expected to take part in today's march. it starts at 9:00 this morning at hollywood and highland in los angeles. in washington, d.c., capital pride celebrations are happening all weekend. there will be a street festival and concert headlined by miley cyrus. thousands lined the streets to watch the parade through the city. this is the 42nd year of pride celebrations in the nation's capital. happening today, the bay area will celebrate pride month
in san jose with the equality march and unity and pride rally. the two events give the community a chance to come together and show inclusion for diverse backgrounds. the march starts at 11:00 at san jose city hall and the rally starts at 1:00 at chavez. the stars of "cars 3" made a pit stop in anaheim last >> reporter: lightning mcqueen is back for a new adventure in "cars 3." his odometer suggests he has some miles on him now. >> i am like the veteran trying to hang on. >> given any thought to
retirement. >> no comment. >> or "cars 3" we wanted a deep, emotional story of lightning mcqueen kind of later in his career and him becoming a mentor. >> reporter: the new kid, cruise ramirez. the character was inspired by her own life. >> it's so weird to see the character that was crafted around you. and i love it. i never thought it would end up being part of a pixar movie. i am so excited that i get to train you. >> reporter: also new to the cars world. hot-shot racer jackson storm voiced by armie hammer. >> jackson storm is part of the next generation of high-tech racers. >> it's a good looking car. >> art imitating life maybe. it's a great car. i saw the full-size version. i was like, i want one of those. >> reporter: also along for the ride a couple familiar tv faces. >> let's hope i can lock them in
as fans now so when i am much older and really need the work there is a fan base ready to spend money on my tickets. >> i watched this film with my daughter and mother. it was three generations of women in my family. any movie that can please a single digit human while pleasing a woman in her 70s and everything in between is so -- such a miracle. >> reporter: "cars 3" drives into theaters nationwide on june 16th. in anaheim. abc news. disney is the parent company of pixar and abc7. young kids who want to be the next steph curry are getting high-tech help. still ahead, the smart basketball and how it's revolutionizing the sport. here is a live look outside from the abc7 roof camera. it's pretty breezy out there along this part of the embarcader
walnut creek residents looking to beat the heat this summer have another option, the renovated larky swim center, complete are raffles, food trucks and synchronized swimming. starting today the center is open for swimming as well as lessons and school trip rentals. looks like a good time. >> mm-hmm. today, though, over in the valley, we could add a few showers to the cool and breezy -- >> really? >> i know. it's just temporary. wow, it's been gusty here. winds still about 40 to 42 miles an hour in the upper elevations.
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>> it was like a marathon. they spent more than 7 hours at the ballpark. sonny gray for oakland pitched six innings and struck his his former catcher eric norris. he ended up with a no decision. ryan healey doubles to left. rajai davis. come on down! tying the game at 5-5. to extra innings. bottom ten. evan longoria with a base hit off hendricks. eighth year walk offhit. 6-5 the final. game two. matt andriese left the game with an injury in the second. a solo blast for josh phegley. 2-1, a's. sixth inning. jacob brugman gets his first rbi
in game two with the bunt that stops on the line for a fair ball. that made it 3-1, a's. oakland would tack on three more runs in the seventh when ryan healey and chad pinder both go yard. healey with his 14th. pinder with his eighth. a's win 7-2 and split the double-header. the giants hosting the twins at home. great day to chill on the water. first inning, branded belt belts it up and out of the yard, the 73rd splash home run in giants history. his 11th of the season. 1-0 g-men. jeff samardzija on the hill. fourth inning. vargas goes on a power trip tying the game at 1-1. fifth inning, two outs, one on for brandon dozier, hitting his tenth home run of the season. samardzija allowed three runs in six innings, drops to 2-8 as the twins win 3-2. >> we played a good game. he made a few mistakes but three
runs, six innings. only got two today. we talked about the need to score, you know, four runs. >> takes one guy to get going usually for everybody to kind of follow in line. and then it just becomes contagious. so, you know, we need to keep going at it. we need to pitch a little better too. we can win games 2-1 and get it rolling that way also. >> with hustle, determination and his chatter, draymond green is the heart beat of the warriors but is also helping to inspire the cavaliers during this nba final series. after falling behind three games to none, the cavs had a record shooting performance from behind the arc to win game four. the cavs say they were motivated by the noise from green and the dubs about wanting to pop open the bubbly on their home court. >> we see everything. i would be lying if i say i didn't see it. i relish the challenge. i know my team mates do as well.
we're in the finals and everything is pin-pointed. definitely heard chatter. >> at the end of the day we didn't expect them to come out and lay down. they came out and did exactly what we thought they would do. i can't foresee them coming to oracle and hitting 24 threes. >> reporter: have a great sunday, everyone. all righty. we are waking up to relatively clear conditions, but boy, is it breezy around the bay. that will be the rule today as winds get quite gusty. a live look outside. you will notice that it looks pretty good. but you can see the camera shaking a bit. now we're going to talk about mountain view for a few minutes. normally mountain view should see highs in the mid 70s this time of the year. yesterday off that average, no surprise, 71. today even cooler. how about temperatures in the
60s? it will be not only well below average for the next few days, but it will take some time to really warm up. so you'll notice that by the middle of the week we're in the upper 70s. by the end of the week we'll take some time but it looks like the warmth sticks around. some 80s arriving by friday and saturday. as we check out the flag, you'll notice not only is it breezy right now, but we are looking at winds gusting to over 30 miles an hour at the surface. so temperatures today will result not only in cooler numbers but we'll add cloud cover into the mix as a weather system to the north of us is not only reinforcing that cold air but could bring in showers. here is live doppler 7. looking at the bigger perspective, you see the rotation in the clouds here. and this is what will be bringing perhaps a chance of showers as we get into not only the day today but the later afternoon. even into the evening hours. it will take a couple of days to get out of this pattern. once we do, it looks like just in time for summer a week from
tuesday will begin to feel like it. june 20th. looking at mount tam, we've talked about the winds and factoring into your forecast today, 52 in the city. it's 49 in gilroy. waking up to the cooler numbers, pretty good sleeping weather. 54 in mountain view and san jose. from the airport right now it looks relatively calm. we'll get into a little sun today. highs in the 60s all over the peninsula. well below average. as much as 10 degrees below average. 50 by the delta. 54 in concord. livermore, 51. this vantage point showing what looks like a glassy bay. we'll definitely get white caps today. breezy and cool. chance of showers. sunny and cool monday, temperatures gradually warm. you saw that with the mountain view profile. looking at the winds, along the coast they are not letting up today. 30 to 40 miles an hour, 10:00 and around the bay, 20 to
25-mile-an-hour winds. through 7:00 we'll keep the forecast for the breezy to gusty winds. if you get a shower or thunderstorm, we'll get even cooler air and perhaps breezier conditions. 2:00 in the afternoon we have clouds around but we also have the risk of a few showers. here is up around lake and sonoma county. through 7:00 tonight, how about the south bay or the peninsula. we'll keep you posted and make sure to download our accuweather app for tracking the rain and radar in your neighborhood. looking at redwood city today, it will get warmer eventually. and san jose, yeah, by next saturday, how about 90 degrees. highs around the bay today, generally cooler than yesterday. 60 in the city, 69 livermore. it was 64 in palo alto. headed into the city? windy for the game today at about 60 degrees. overnight lows, maybe a few showers, 40s and 50s. what month is this?
midweek. looking pleasant. end of the week. summerlike. >> you called it june gloom earlier. it sounds so dreadful. >> we are a little off. >> for sure. thank you. if you have been watching the nba finals here on abc7, you have seen some great basketball. but if you looked closely, you also saw some something else. ball handling. as abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains there is now a smart basketball that will teach you to dribble like the pros. >> reporter: seems like steph curry can shoot from anywhere and get nothing but net. what he does before the shot is just as impressive. >> you can't go anywhere. you can't create any type of separation or space between yourself and a defender if you can't handle the basketball. >> reporter: when brittany moore coaches young athletes she begins every workout with ball handling. now she has high-tech help from a smart basketball called dribble up. >> the benefit is that you are able to train and work on your ball handling skills outside of the time that you're with me.
>> crossovers. normal crossovers from one hand to the other. >> reporter: from simple dribbling to crazy freestyles, you get routines with constant feedback. >> if the meter isn't up into the green area, you push yourself to want to get it there. >> reporter: part of what makes the dribble up ball unusual is that there is nothing unusual about it. no batteries or sensors in the ball. all the magic happens on your phone. >> we speshlly designed this to be tracked using your smartphone camera. >> reporter: it's the pattern on the surface. making a game out of what's otherwise a boring part of practice is where he says it shines. >> use our app to do the pract that you're already doing. it will be a lot more fun and effective. at the end you get graded on every drill. >> reporter: you are an a-plus student. the inventor was an a. plus student too. >> my brother was always better.
mark was always playing sports and i was building robots that played sports. >> reporter: it's fitting the two brothers founded dribble up together and eric's skills are already improving. in oakland. jonathan bloom, abc7 news. coming up, someone in california is waking up very wealthy after hitting a massive powe
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[ seagulls squawking ] good morning, everyone. it is sunday, june 11th. i am chris wynn in for carolyn tyler. a quick look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> it's not june gloom. it's a june chill. how is that? we have not only clear conditions but we're looking at gusty winds and temperatures well below average. all due to the system to the north which will spread showers in northern sacramento valley. possibly higher hills around the bay area, check out the