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. >> good morning, bay area, let's get up and get going. >> are you ready for a heat wave? well, it's coming. good morning, thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's lisa argen, she's tracking live doppler 7 for us. >> hi, chris. the low fog on doppler 7 is something we won't see much of in the next couple of days. so we are looking at a comfortable start along the coast. even so, it is pretty warm out there. look at the east bay, 71 right now. 63 in oakland, 62 in hayward. you notice, the 50 are closer to the shore line. so with that, we have a heat advisory today from 11:00 to 11:00 on monday. then it becomes an excessive
heat warning for your sunday. sunday is going to be warmer. >> so stay hydrated. there is a possibility of heat-related illnesses. so 50s, 60s and 70s by 7:00. noontime into the 90s already inland. by 4:00, a breezy day, 101 inland. we will see minor cooling as we go through the evening. it will be a rough couple of days. we will talk about the cooler day headed our way and when it arrives in the next seven in just a few minutes. chris. >> lace sa, thank you. we will get back to our heat wave coverage in just a second. just before midnight a 37-year-old man was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting. it took place near manzanita and mahogany way. at this time it's not clear what led up to the shooting. both the antioch police department and the contra costa
day. a d.a -- da are investigating the shooting. we have already seen proof of high fire danger, hot winds and hot temperatures led to a quick spread of this grass fire. flames along highway 4 at couplings skyway yesterday. crews contained the fire to about 6 acres. abc 7 news reporter shows us big problems bay area residents are dealing with, and why it couldn't come at a worst time. >> reporter: she grabbed the remote, no luck t. power is out at his parents' concord home. it's about 83 degrees indoors. so what's a kid to do? >> it's kind of like old times when you don't have technology you have to figure out what to do. >> reporter: at its peak, some 400 pj g & e commerce were witht power. >> it's shut off for some
reason. >> reporter: while some swim for relief, others raced to watermelon in walnut creek. the treat for a cross country training run. >> we have no controversial over it. it's better for us. >> the time now if you are headed out to surf. leave early if you are looking to beat the heat and the traffic and drive carefully. highway 17 has seen an increase in accidents so far this year. many due to speed. >> give yourself extra time to get to where you are going. expect delays. there's going to be traffic. put your cell phone down. leave texting and being on your phone, it's illegal and it's unsafe. >> lifeguards are also warning pa irpts to watch their children and fought turn their backs on the ocean t. dangerous rip currents, wind and surf can turn a fun day into tragedy in a
matter of seconds. don't forget to stay on top of this heat wave with the abc 7 news app. if there is breaking news weather where you live, we'll send out a push alert. now to a developing story t. trump administration is leaving in place an immigration protection program that was thought to have been on the chopping block. the decision to continue the deferred arievlgs immigrants, sometimes dreamers from deportation. it permits them to work legally. seven navy sailors are missing off the japanese coast. at least two are injured, including the ship's commanding officer after a commercial freighter hit a u.s. destroyer. abc's chuck stephenson has the latest on that search. >> reporter: this medevac helicopter lifting a person that the japanese coast guard say several more are missing.
>> this ship is taking on water. it's in danger. >> reporter: damage above the water line and below, the u.s. defense department officials say water flooded three xharmts. >> the pumps are on. so they're trying to get the water that's entered the chip ship out of the ship. >> the damage inflicted in the middle of the night when the stris tal hit south of japan, the ship is over two football fields long. officials scrambling to find out what happened and who so to blame. >> they should be looking at radar, so how they ended up hitting each other is hard to understand. >> reporter: the ship is under her own power. the navy says it's limited. happening today, house minority leader nancy pelosi will be at golden gate park to
accept an award. they are holding a community work die to hay to honor her 30 of service in congress. the event starts at 8:30 this morning and will include pelosi joining volunteers to plant a new magnolia tree their the grove's main entrance. facing charges for the deadly ghostship warehouse fire appeared together for the first time this week. they are facing 36 counts of manslaughter. we have new details. >> reporter: max harris' attorney says the county district attorney is prosecuting the people least likely to have the financial means to defend themselves. >> somebody who loved people as much as max harris truly loves people, as much as somebody loved creating art, as much as max harris loved creating art will never put people in a
position where they can be destroyed or harmed. >> reporter: harris along with his co-defendant face 36 campaign 2000 u counts of involuntary man slaught in the ghostship warehouse fire. >> max was involved in two events out of 15 or 20 over the two years he actually had some role and this event was fought one of them. >> there is not a malicious or grieving bone in max's body. >> i am heart broken to be someone who witnessed the horrible events and lost loved ones who now is on trial for something i never would have imagined possible. >> reporter: earlier today, they were in court. their plea hearing was moved to july. >> we don't really do this trial foresee that emphasis on defending our client is going to be reversal of roles. we're going to be prosecuting, we're going to be prosecuting from our perspective.
>> reporter: derek al menez says pg & e and the fire department and building inspectors, none of whom are facing criminal charges. p. >> it took fire crews more than three hours to control a warehouse fire in san francisco. abc 7 news was on donner avenue near candlestick point. fire crews were also concerned the building would collapse, so they cut a hole and shot water through it. no one was hurt. police blame a driver blowing through a red light for a man that killed a man in east pal loal to it happened at cavanaugh drive and university avenue yesterday. our media partner, the mercury news, reports they hit the gas through the light and slammed into a car that was turning. three people were injured. the fourth of july weekend is just around the corner and
police in pacifica now have a new way to keep people from using illegal fireworks. fines. every year, fireworks are blamed for wildfires. the pacifica city council just passed a new ordinance that allows officers to issue a $1 sthuchlt fine f thousand fine. >> they were able to issue that fine even if we don't see who lit that fire, we just have to see where it came from. >> pacifica does allow so-called saim safe and same fireworks that don't fly in the air or explode. the time is 5:09, happening today an aids hall of famer the seagate will be renamed in honor of jim catfish hunter. he pitched ten seasons. the ceremony will include
appearances by widow and children and former teammates and it's set to begin at 9:30 this morning. warriors announced the up a taba gift to to the city. yesterday we found out that final bill $4 million. a team's city usually helps to cover the costs of the championship parade. but oakland is facing a massive budget shortfall and they volunteered to foot the entire bill. >> yes, tomorrow is the hottest day over the weekend. it's already trying to come up, another 30 minutes or so, 63 in oakland. 71 in concord, 66? livermore. so we will see quick warming today and inland communities aren't going to get much relief for a pretty long time.
the time now is 5:13. we are waking up to a shot from the abc 7 rip camera. the sheet what we are talking about a. live look outside. can you see the building there. the farmer's market will get under way in a few hours. we will get a check in your morning temperatures coming up in a bit. the biggest name in online shopping is buying one of the biggest names in foods. amazon has agreed to purchase
whole foods. what will that mean for bay area shoppers? >> reporter: if you are a big grocery chain and your name is not whole foods, a marketing expert says you nmay feel like this today. >> i'm scared. i'm concerned a big man is coming on my turf. >> reporter: that behemoth is amazon. online retailing may be about to rewrite the book on selling groceries. this shopper likes it. >> with the two americaning towing, my action is maybe we can create a super team. >> reporter: that's because whole foods is known for organic foods and they get the culture. what does amazon get? >> an established brick and mortar with our network. a supply chain already established and the talent to manage that kind of business. >> reporter: amazon has finally found a path into the brick and mortar grocery market.
>> that means brick and mortar stores are going to have to beef up their online presence to compete. they will expand whole foods' online system, neighborhood grocers are hoping they will prefer the personal touch like shoppers at piedmont market today. >> everyone here knows you. you get much more personalized attention. >> reporter: they have 460 stores in the u.s. canada and usa. they will wheep tkeep the whole brand management for now. happening today at milpetas high school, the monthly town hall meeting. the event is opened to the public and she expected to take questions from the audience. the meeting begins at noon and will go until 1! 30 --
mr. trump says she canceling the previous administration's quote one-sided deal with cuba. although he is leaving many of the policies in place. trump is calling on cuba to release all political prisoners and to legalize all political parties. >> when cuba is ready to take concrete steps, to these ends, we will be ready, willing and able to come to the table to negotiate that much better deal. president trump's changes could restrict some u.s. companies from doing business in cuba. senator jerry moran, a kansas republican, said that's bad for farmers. in a statement he said, putting america first means exporting what we produce to other countries, including cuba. 5:16 is the time. being president has not hindered donald trump's ability to make
money. he voluntarily submitted a financial disclosure yesterday. his new washington hotel sought nearly 20 million in revenue during the first few months of operation the mara-a-lago resort in florida took in $37 peel and the palm beach club took in $18th million in revenue since january. while he did not divest when he entered office, he placed it in a trust with his senior executives and listed $315 million in liabilities. the u.s. food and drug administration is concerned about a life saving medication. it's working with pfizer to remedy the shortage. one of the drugs in short supply is epinephrin which is used to treat cardiac arrest as well as severe allergic reactions to bee stings and certain foods like peanuts. in some cases they are extending
expiration dates. they bring a shortage to manufacturing, distribution and third party delays. privacy is getting tough to come by. 7 on your side michael finney has the proof. >> reporter: it looks normal enough. but that little cutout above the hook. that's an on/off button. this little hole a camera. in the back a recording device and microsb card. we are at aw collision in south san francisco. aw collision is allowing me to hang one of these hooks in an employee bathroom. i try a couple different locations. it would never leave the camera unattended. i invite employees in to check things out. does anything look out after place to you? does anything weird? is there anything that gives you pause? >> i am all but telling her something amiss.
>> no except for why is that not there? >> the hook? >> yeah, usually the hook is by the door. >> you found it. i want to show you something. >> that is a hidden camera. >> oh. >> she spots it. so does general manager. >> out of place. well, yeah, you put a camera there. >> how'd you know that? >> how do i know? because that thing was not there. >> reporter: would they have found it if i hadn't been more obvious and more importantly would you? this is not a rhetorical question a. south carolina man turned in his landlord after spotting a hidden camera in his bathroom. >> he eventually admitted his purpose was to film these victims.
>> reporter: police say several victims were recorded. so what can you do? well, look around and see if anything seems out of place, but know, too, hidden cameras like this one are getting harder and harder to spot and cheaper and cheaper to buy. i purchased this hidden hook cam for 12 bucks. i'm michael finney 7 on your side. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> good saturday morning. we are checking out a little bit of low along the shore line and elsewhere, it's clear and mild already. a live look outside from mount tam. you notice how pretty it looks. i think it will heat up, it will get quite uncomfortable pretty soon. 58 feels good in san francisco right now. 63 in oakland. mountain view 61. san jose 63 as will as gilroy, right around the coast 54 degrees. from the hills camera in the low 60s from santa rosa to napa and
novato. concord at 71 and livermore at 66. each and every day the sea breeze and low clouds will get weaker throughout the day. so today although it will be breezy at the coast, afternoon temperatures will be on the warm side a. heat wave for this weekend. looking at record possible tomorrow and triple digits continue into next week. we'll get minor cooling on monday. it looks like the numbers go back up. let's take a look at tomorrow, high temperatures well over 100 degrees. look at that. 106 in fairfield. 103 in livermore. as you get closer to the bay, some cooling. warmer in oakland. 82 in hayward, 97 in san jose. here's monday, notice we're getting a little bit more cooling here, wake up to more clouds and fog. by tuesday, temperatures want to creep back up. so really some subtle changes, you will only feel them on the coast. it's by the end of the week you will feel relief. few want to go to the beach
today, it will be nice in santa cruz, warmer. ocean beach, you will notice a lot of sunshine. >> this is tomorrow. if you look at oakland in particular, you will notice that numbers continue to climb throughout the weekend. you see that little brief break into monday and tuesday and then the numbers are back up. so highs today 100 degrees in concord. >> 65 in half moon bay. overnight tonight, it will be clear, look at the temperatures, upper 60s and those 50s at the coast. the accuweather 7-day forecast. >> we're looking at a string of hot weather, excessive heat into thursday in the inland valleys, notice the coast stays in the 60s. it should be crowded and much
years. the dogs were rescued from a home in scotts valley. >> the dogs did not have food or water. some had known excrements. some were living in their own urine. >> reporter: they say they rescued 34 dogs living in stacked cages in rooms with little ventilation. it appears they didn't get to out very often. >> they were soliciting attention, wanted to coming out. soops we opdz tas soon as we op cages they jumped in our arms. >> reporter: an anonymous tipster provided video of the living conditions. the district attorney is looking to file charges against the owner. >> we would hear her swearing at her dogs loudly. >> reporter: he didn't know what was hang at his neighbor's house, he's glad it's over. >> it's good to hear, because i have been worried about what's been going on over there, especially if there is animals getting abused. >> reporter: the large influx of dogs puts a strain on the
>> good morning. . thanks, so much for joining us. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. looking at that pretty sunrise behind you. look at this, we have patchy clouds along the san mateo coast. it's cooling you off. i want to show you this amazing shot. look at those clouds there. yeah, very nice to wake up to. 68 in san francisco.
>> so heat advisory today throughout the bay area. could see minor-related illness problems. stay hydrated. check on seniors and pets. here's a glimpse of what to expect for the weekend and beyond. several hot days inland. notice a slight cooling on monday. >> well the heat will drive many people to the beach. as lisa has been saying, it's expected to get hotter throughout the weekend. we have more on why authorities are warning beachgoers about sun dangers. >> reporter: that was splashing
in the water or playing in the sand, it seems like everyone had the same idea today t. crowd on the main beach in santa cruz started building by late morning. many came to escape the bay area heat. >> it's 105. so we thought it would be perfect to come out here. we brought all of our kids and two friends. >> reporter: the team of marine safety officers and lifeguards are scanning the beach. they know those coming from out of town may not be used to rip currents wind and surf. >> they get out there and look back at shore and actually realize how far out they r. they get tired, cramps, a little panicked. so we are looking at people that don't look like the strongest swimmers. >> reporter: lifeguards stress not to turn your back to the ocean. they encourage parents to check in at the lifeguard's station to find out about hazards on the beach. to make it through the waves, you have to brace the traffic on highway 17. the chp reports a huge amount of
crashes in the last year, mostly due to speed. >> give yourself extra time to get going, expect delays. put yourself down, no texting, being on your phone is illegal and unsafe. >> reporter: it will all be h it once you arrive to enjoy the sights and sounds of summer. in santa cruz, abc 7 news. >> and don't forget to stay on top of the heat wave with the abc 7 news app. if there is breaking news where you live, we'll send out a push alert. we'll get back to our heat wave coverage in a second. first developing news out of antiioc. just before midnight, a 37-year-old man was shot and killed in an officer shooting. at this time it's not clear what led up to the shooting. the officer was not injured. both the anti-ioc police department and the contra costa county da are investigating this shooting.
a san francisco police officer says the ups driver who shot and killed three colleagues appears to have been -- appears to have felt disrespected by his co-workers. the officer did not provide more details but says it could be one of the motives. one co-worker said he suffered with issues. this was around the time lamb filed a grievance report over his work hours. he appears to have targeted the three drivers he fightally shot. he killed himself as officers approached. three people are in custody accused of attacking a driver on a san francisco freeway earlier this year. these three men face charges ranging from assault with a deadly weapon to battery. this dramatic cell phone video captured the attack last march on south 101.
abc news spoke to the driver shortly after the assault. >> he looked at me right in the eye, alls i could do is lay there and cry and think about my kids. >> on social media, the chp thanked the public for giving them tips that led to the arrest. firefighters pulled a man to safety at san francisco baker beach. check it out. sky 7 was over the scene yesterday. this man was stranded on the rock face. he tried to walk down to the beep but kept slipping t. fire department got the call about 2:30. they took about 45 minutes to prepare their lines. they brought him back up the cliff. no injuries were reported. a paraglider is recovering at john neil medical center in walnut creek after crashing in villejo. you can see him crashing. the crash happened at around 4:00 yesterday afternoon.
firefighters say there were turbo and weather conditions at the time. the man has injuries to his spine and knees. the states attorney general is promising to fight for anyone in california who is detained based on immigration status. abc 7 news was at the lbgt center in san francisco where xavier gave a plea for guidance. he worries our nation's immigrants are being mistreated and the kurndz i currented-- cu administration. >> i will be able to go out there and make sure people being detained are being retained for right conditions and the conditions they are detained are appropriate and in california, regardless of who you are, you have a right to know and your right to be respected. >> california has the second largest number of people detained for immigration purposes. texas has the most. the time now is 5:35.
california's unemployment rate is at a near 17-year low. new numbers released yesterday from the employment development department show the state's unemployment rate in may dipped to 4.7%. it was at 4.8% in april. this is the lowest unemployment rate since the year 2000. here in the bay area, every county but san francisco saw its unemployment rate go down. it actually stayed flat in san francisco. san mateo county has the lowest rate at 3.2%. solano has the highest at 4.3%. hang today the 63rd annual outdoor festival the annual tradition combines arts and crafts and live music with for may grub. as can you see in the video, last year, more than 125 vendors showed up to participate. entry to the festival is always free and it will run from 10:00
to 6:00 today and tomorrow. still ahead on abc 7 morning, could all those winter storms we had be triggering earthquakes? a berkeley researcher breaks down the science right after the break. but first here's a live view from our mount tam camera. good morning to you. thank you so much for joining us.
meteorologist lisa argen returns in a bit with a full warm-up that's on the way. well, those winter storms that blanketed thecy era in snow could be triggering snowflakes in northern california. usc researcher chris johnson found out that snow and rain can spring up as the snow melts. >> that increases seismic activity by 10% in the spring. other areas are affected at different times. >> the central coast ranges, what we actually see is that the stresses that are more favorable for surf in the late summer and early fall. >> that's caused by drying streams in the summer t. research does not suggest that there is an earthquake season in california. if you and your family are looking for some fun this weekend the 105th annual alameda county fair is under way. we see the cool treats available for fair-goers. >> reporter: when it's hot outside, an ice cold slushee or
col drink hit the spot at the alameda county fair begins, so does a heat wave. >> drink plenty of water. wear loose fitting clothes. wear a wide brimd hat. >> reporter: they made a dash for the misters after brayden's summer treat. >> we walked into the affair him all he talked about is his ice cream. so we did a few rides and he got an ice cream. >> reporter: the fairgrounds sits on 267 acres him while there are thousands of trees the venue often makes it feel hotter. >> we have our ambulances ready to go in case we have a heat emergency, we are able to go and where i the patient back here. >> reporter: fire and ems have added an ambulance to the fleet. it looks like a supersize golf cart with a gurney and first-aid supplies, it's a mobile tool on the fairgrounds in the event of a heat-related emergency. >> when it's cold, we are concerned about the heat. we are experiencing temperatures
well over the hundreds. >> reporter: plenty of animals are here, too, they're in the down multiple times during the day. hydration is key for people and pets. >> i love it. >> yeah? >> it's been so cold for so long, i have been waiting for this. >> reporter: the fair is expected to draw more than 5,000 people during a 20-day run. and the first few days will be sizzling with father's day being one of the hottest. in pleasanton, lonnie rivera, abc 7 news. >> let's talk about that sizzle. lisa argen is tracking triple digit heat for us. >> it's the coolest of the day. you are looking from an east bay hills camera. a couple degrees cooler at the coast. vacate san francisco, so, of course, with the little bit of a sea breeze, that's the place to be. otherwise, we're talking a prolonged area of heat in the east bay. we'll talk about how warm and how long it's going to last in a
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>> good morning, everyone, the time right now is 5:45. we're taking a live look down at santa cruz, temperatures in the '80s today. we know many of you will be making that trek down there. lisa argen gives us the full accuweather forecast in the bay area coming up. in sport the warriors are continuing their celebration in las vegas this weekend. here's a picture of most of the team being greeted by the chairman of mgm resorts after they arrived thursday night. tonight they will be attending oakland native andre ward's championship fight against sergei kovalov at mandalay bay. steph curry went to hollywood but he might rejoin his teammates to see the fight.
last night the athletics beat the bronze bombers in dramatic fashion. larry biel has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. they say you always remember four first and rookie matt chapman will not forget his hit. it turned out u out to be the game weren't and baby's first game as well him check this out. probably asleep by the finish. chad pinder..... erin judge, judge, jury, executioner. we go top six chris chart carter. go ahead bases loaded with the
as. the kid, max chapman down the line. his first major league hit drives in a ware that wins it for the athletics. giants and rockies in colorado. happy father's day, daddy. top of the third. he likes the alt tute u tude off antonia. top five. bottom five. here the shark is not allowing eehelping his own cause. 7-5 game now. the full count. he already got the strike plate umpire disagrees. we got to watch this, oh, all
right. goodness, this is where the giants whole season is. johnson is on pa is to lose 101 games. got to bring back one last moment from the warrior's victory parade. everybody back, everybody back. make way for my man ian who can shoot 3s and stick the landing. he picks up his money, too. i wish i could do that just once. staff, draymond grain will be in vegas watching the pride of oakland, sergei kovalov for the heavy weight title. the decision controversial. this is the rematch. ward wants his fists to do the talking. >> i'm not trying to win an argument before this fight about who won, who lost, who bought the the upper hand, we're getting ready to fight. i'm excited for the opportunity, man, to be on the big stage. i'm facing my tenth year in this
sport. >> he speaking a lot. he will pay and the work will pay. >> round two of the u.s. open, rickie fowler on 7. this is for birdie from 51 feet away. after opening with a 65 shot a 73 in round two, so she's one off the lead. brooks koepka, great approach on 12 here. he is 7 under in a four-way tie for the lead. jason day, rory mcilroy both missed the cut. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody, i'm larry biel. >> good morning to you. we we heard about the heat wave. here's a live look from a future tower camera. look at that, yes, it is nice and calm out there. but as we check out what to expect, you probably we heard about our heat wave. we are looking at excessive heat.
here in san francisco, 77 degrees today notice a dip tomorrow a. cool down on monday. come here into the city.city. we have patchy fog. we contrast that we're a at 100 in concord. we're in the minutes by thursday and then by tuesday i should say and then look at the warmer numbers as they continue into the end of the week. but as you look outside, you notice we have a clear and cool start will be the most comfortable here throughout the next several days in san francisco. so 58 degrees in the city, 63 in oakland in san jose as well as gilroy, half moon bay at 54. here's sfo. there is patches of clouds here.
santa rosa, mid-60s. 71 in concord. so onsome of those cooler pocke exist. we look each and every day to not cool down as much as we gain all that heat in the afternoon. even the coast the sea breeze will slack in the days ahead. that fog won't be there the next couple of day, records are possible tomorrow looking at triple digit heat. so you saw a glimpse of. that look at what is going to happen tomorrow, sizzling sunday forecast. here's what we're expecting. 10 in anti-ioc. you will be baking the next several days. today at the beach, you will be warm in santa cruz, 85 degrees, closer to home, mid-60s to upper
60s. 72 in monterey. so highs today around the bay, this is just beginning here, so the heat will stay with us. 85 in oakland. 100 in antioch, fair field and concord. if you are headed over to the as game, check out 81 degrees at 12:30, it's just going to be pretty hot and uncomfortable there. overnight lows looking mild and your accuweather forecast, you notice the temperatures will stay very, very warm. we call it hot, on the peninsula around the bay, not much change. notice sunday is the hottest day. it will take all week long. the first real heat wave. boy, the bay area beaches will be crowded. >> i'm not going to the beach, i know many are. wear your sunscreen.
start your engine, they are headed to the finish line as "cars 3" opposite this weekend. pixar's latest animal film is serious and a recent celebration proved it. >> r. lightning mcqueen has some competition with a full size model graceing pixar's main lobby. the creative officer john lassiter is getting hugs all around. >> i feel like they made it for my kids. >> reporter: the co-producer is one of many that worked on can the cars" since the first one. >> think of what it takes to do that it's just amazing. >> reporter: like the rest of the team, she's become a bit of a gearhead. >> that's the perk of working on this film t. research is really good. we get to go to these great car museums and racetracks. >> reporter: if there is anything better, it's there,
motorama is more than a celebration. it's a serious car show by any standards. >> we should have a car show, just do it. >> reporter: three movies later, they've made some connections. >> this car belongs to jaylen no. >> reporter: from famous owners, some inspired the characters in the movie and others astonishment. >> one of his cars is here he worked on. >> reporter: one of the running, a turbine powered chrysler. >> it sounds like a jet engine ro. the team wants the characters to look and sound like the real thing. they everyone check you the paint catches the sun. >> it has dry mud, chalky mud, thick mud. >> reporter: getting to know all about cars doesn't feel like work at all. >> it's a dream come true. it's one more excuse to go to another car show or museum,
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a new record for a san francisco based twitter. singer katy perry has become the first person ever to reach 100 million followers. the social media accomplishment comes as she is in the middle of a pr blitz for her new album "fitness." in 2015, one of her back-up dancers dressed as a shark in the halftime show. love shark became a trending topic across the world. animal activist alicia silverstone is asked gir deli to bring back the semi sweet chips. she september them a letter touting the benefits.
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but it took a twist of fate to find a high-end curler at such a head turning price. and that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. ♪ are you ready for a heat wave? well, it is coming. here's a live look outside towards the east bay, where mother nature is expected to cook up some triple digit temperatures. it is saturday, june 17th. thank you so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. lisa, hi. >> i to the it was hot yesterday, as we look at live doppler 7, you notice there is low cloudiness out there. that's a good thing. we will see wall-to-wall sunshine, the northwesterly wind w