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good morning. it is sunday, july 2nd, i'm kate larsen in for caroline tyler. we're going to start with a look at weather. frances is in for lisa argen. >> good morning everyone. we have fog and low clouds at the coast, even drizzle as well in san francisco. here's live doppler 7 showing you the cloud cover that has spilled bo the bay over into vallejo. temperatures in the 50s. san francisco 52, oakland 57. here's a pretty shot from our roof looking towards the bay bridge and the lights. so we have coastal drizzle to deal with this morning. temperatures in the 50s. it will be slightly warmer this afternoon with plenty of sunshine inland. near 90. around the bay, mid-70s. at the coast, we'll keep it cool in the upper 50s to near 60.
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i'll have your fourth of july forecast coming up. kate? >> thanks, frances. the san jose earthquakes -- a game that attempted to make an important statement about respect and civility. quakes may have won but they lost trying to get fans to stop chanting homophobic slurs. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard explains. >> reporter: a spectacle at stanford stadium. the earthquakes versus l.a. >> this is our revenge game tonight. we have to win it. >> reporter: the earthquakes hoping to avoid a repeat of last year's classico. when a keedefensive homophobic was said. we won't repeat the word. many soccer fans have heard it before. >> some is to intimidate the
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other team. but i don't really agree with it. >> reporter: before the game, the captain said the chant is not okay. >> we do not want to hear this chant, not tonight, not ever. >> one of the things you run into a lot is that people don't know what they're saying is offensive. and so that one just suggestion that, hey, this is not something that's okay, usually 99% of the time will get people to stop. >> despite the warning, a small group of fans crossed the line and chanted the slur anyway. security teams told them to stop. this group was not a part of the chant. but some admit -- >> it's kind of a tradition. even though it's bad. >> each if you told us to not say it, it's going to keep making us say it. it's pretty sad but it's the truth. it's cultural. >> others came to watch soccer and not feel uncomfortable. >> i don't think anyone needs to be offended. doesn't matter who you're for. come out and have a good time. >> in the end, quakes beat l.a., 2-1. cornell bar national guard, abc
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news. this man is a suspect in a crash in concord that killed two young children and injured a 3-month-old and her mom. wilson is in custody at highland hospital in oak loond with unknown injuries. >> me and my husband send our condolence and our prayers out to the family. >> amica wilson, the wife of this man, wilson jr. says she took her husband to highland hospital in oakland. >> turned himself in to a local hospital. >> he told them what had happened? >> correct. >> the chp was looking for the man who killed a 5 and 10-year-old boy, injured a 3-month-old baby and their mother driving this dodge durango. they have evidence connecting wilson to the infiniti which drove across this grassy median off state route 4 and hit the durango on the so lon owe avenue on ramp. the yirng children were thrown from the suv.
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>> the infiniti comes across at such a speed, strikes the durango head on in the left rear. catastrophic damage. the infiniti launches up over our heads and lands back here. that's probably close to 100 feet from the collision impact point. that driver immediately flees the scene from eyewitnesses. >> witnesses tell the chp the driver of the infiniti got out of the car cut up and bleeding and ran across the highway. i asked the wilsons and their attorney if len yell wilson was involved in the wreck? >> we don't know. still trying to find out information. >> the mother is still recovering. her 3-month-old son is in serious condition at oakland children's hospital. alameda county firefighters are increasing manpower during a fourth of july holiday. a proactive effort to be prepared for a likely increase in fireworks-related fires. abc 7 news reporter lonni rivera tells us that heat-drying grass
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sparks from fireworks are a recipe for disaster. >> on mission boulevard in union city, signs already send a message. although some fireworks are legal, don't dare light them anywhere near this hill. >> we've had a lot of messages and bannering. i know it was up earlier today. they have a sign up there as well. >> safe and sane fireworks could be sold in union city in this booth. there's one popular package. >> the name comes from the price. >> cost $49. >> firefighters will report any use of illegal fireworks. this week alone, law enforcement seized 5,000 pounds of illegal fireworks. as for legal stuff, evans explains what's allowed. >> we sell nothing that shoots in the air or blows up. >> fire crews are out inspecting fireworks stands for safety precautions. >> that they have a fire extinguisher nearby and that the supply they have is under lock and key. it's not sitting out for people
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to come by. >> once independence day ends, how you dispose of fireworks is important. >> around 2:00 in the morning, people have thrown away the spent fireworks, they haven't watered them down. now we're running the garbage can fires. >> he says soak the fireworks in a 5-gallon bucket of water overnight, then dispose them a day later. in alameda county, lonni rivera. abc 7 news. several small bush fires were reported yesterday in the bay area, including this one in san jose near the east ridge mall. no word on how many acres burned and fortunately, no injuries were reported. tens of thousands of bay area employees got a raise a as the minimum wage increase. in san francisco, it went up to $14. and it will be $15 next year. the hourly rate increased in emeryville to $14. in san jose it went up to $12 an hour. san leandro got a $12.
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california's statewide range remains at $10.50 an hour. if you take the bus or ferry, your commute got more expensive. new muni fathres on the f line. >> it jumped from 2.50 to $2.75 per ride. fares for children and seniors inees increas increased. a student at san luis obispo is the new miss california. jillian smith fell to her knees after hearing her name announce north dakota fresno. smith competed as miss yosemite valley. she won $20,000 in scholarship money and will represent california at the miss america pageant in september. the new miss california will mae one of her forced appearances during tuesday's fourth of july parade in downtown p. >> very exciting for her. >> congratulations.
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>> a lot of fog this morning. i had the wipers on. >> especially driving through san francisco. we have thick fog and drizzle especially closer to the coast. here's a live shot. we can still see the bay bridge from our roof tower. i'll tell you what to expect. there is sunshine on the way. >> oh, good. also ahead, illegal dumping taken to a whole new level. neighbors in one inland community angry after someone abandoned an entire trailer on the side of a road. president trump takes more heat for his tweets. some say his remarks could threaten his agenda.
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welcome back. good morning. we're taking a live look at mt. tam. the sun is starting to rise and we have a thick layer of clouds
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and fog over some parts of the bay area today as well. so people who live in crockett are upset about a growing illegal dumping problem. this trailer-like structure was left along the cummings skyway in may. one resident has called several county officials because now other people are vandalizing the trailer and dumping even more trash. >> it's getting uglier every day and it attracts more trash. there's a huge dump that's been done right near it. people go, oh, it's okay to dump it. look at how ugly it is and they think it's all right. >> the public works department says consultants are determining whether there are hazardous materials inside that structure. if there are, the materials would have to be removed before that structure could be dismantl dismantled. a driver was arrested after a high-speed chase in california last night. the driver of this silver audi was reportedly wanted for reckless driving. no kidding. speeds went higher than 100 miles per hour. after the driver got off the
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freeway and went into city streets, the chp was able to execute a pit maneuver to stop the car right there. the driver was then taken into custody. president trump visited a fourth of july celebration in honor of u.s. veterans. but he's taking more heat for his latest tweets aimed at two cable tv anchors. elizabeth her reports, even republicans are warning the president that his remarks may hurt his political agenda. >> president trump marked this fourth of july weekend with a speech honoring the nation's veterans. >> you've shed your blood, you've poured your love and you've beared your soul in defense of our country. our people and our great american flag. >> but there's no holiday in his tweet war with msnbc's first couple. he calls mika brzezinski dumb as a rock. her fiance and co-host joe scarborough, crazy. >> so much more vicious with women. >> he appears to have a fragile,
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i am pet us, child-like ego that we've seen over and over again, especially with women. >> the president commenting -- >> the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house. but i'm president and they're not. >> the latest squabbles come as president trump's obamacare repeal plan is hung up in the senate. trump tweeting to lawmakers, if they cannot agree on a new plan to swap out obamacare, they should immediately repeal and then replace it at a later date. senate republican leader mitch mcconnell quickly ruled that out. the president getting pushback from states resisting his voting commission's request for investigating voter fraud. mr. trump tweeting, numerous states are refusing to give information to the very distinguished voter fraud panel. what are they trying to hide? the states citing their own privacy laws. elizabeth hur, abc news, new
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york. there are more politics to come on abc 7. on this week, ohio governor john kasich will talk about the republicans' failure to create a workable health care bill, the threats to homeland security and president trump he is upcoming meeting with vladimir putin will be discussed. this week with george stephanopoulos can be seen here at 8:00 and stay tuned for our morning news at 9:00. a coalition of local independent amity viss demanding that president trump be impeached will march in san francisco this afternoon. they will rally at 1:00. it will wind down market and back to the plaza. activists who include groups are demanding that congress remove the president from the white house. i don't know about this one. a low-cost airline in colombia is considering ripping out all the airplane seats and making passengers stand for the entire flight. it would be similar to riding a
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b.a.r.t. or muni train. there's research going on to find out if you can fly standing up and that his airline will be very interested in anything that makes travel less expensive. the carrier has daily flights to miami, but nowhere else in the u.s. several airlines talked about the idea but never actually received approval. the storied eureka theater in the financial district is closing its doors. it was best known for creating and commissioning groundbreaking plays. in 1988 it commissioned tony kushner to create angels in america, which premiered at the eureka in 1991. the play went on, of course, to be a huge broadway hit winning a tony award and a pulitzer prize. but the company has fallen on hard times. >> some significant funding left them and made it difficult, if not impossible, to continue
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renting this space. >> the venue will be renamed the gateway theater and continue to operate under new management. it's collection of manuscripts and poster will go to the museum of performance and design. had to double as goat wranglers after 100 animals got loose in town. officers believe the goats knocked over a fence and escaped from an area where they were eating grass and brush for fire prevention. they rounded up the goats and returned them to the fenced area. hopefully they fixed the fence, too. kfc is launching a new ad came pain for its spicy fried chicken sandwich called the zinger. it's also launched the sandwich near the edge of space. this video was just released this morning. it shows a straddle light balloon carrying a cargo of a chicken sandwich lifting off from arizona on thursday. the balloon is expected to come down today. kfc dropped a single coupon for someone to find on the ground.
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skiing at tahoe on the fourth of july. yep, you heard me right. there's plenty of snow this year and no shortage of takers. five lifts open at squaw valley yesterday through the fourth. the resort posted this video of skiers and snowboarders. 3 inches of snow melts away each day. after 60 feet fell this past winter, 7 feet still remain. a few prefer to be in the water this time of year. visitors and locals are also flocking to the beach in tahoe city where they can see the snow-capped peaks from a distance. all right. i have good news for folks heading to tahoe. i'll tell that you in a little bit. live doppler 7 with a satellite image owe showing we're starting with the low clouds and fog. it's filled into the north bay and parts of the bay and east bay as well. as you head out the door, you might want a light layer. temperatures mainly in the 50s.
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here's a light view toward the bay bridge. oakland 57. mountainview, 59. san jose 57. low 50s in half moon bay. here's a pretty shot. this is from the east bay hills towards mt. diablo. we have more temperatures in the 50s. through napa, milder at 58. concord at 58. livermore at 54 degrees. so fog, low clouds, especially in san francisco where there's drizzle. you can see that here with the transamerica tower in the background. we had to turn on our wipers a few times this morning. slightly warmer inland temperatures today. there is high pressure building off in the inland areas. then we have a summer-like pattern that continues through the fourth of july. which means we're on cruise control for the weather. that means fog. low clouds. and then i'll show you the animation model pulling back to the coast. lingers there. we'll keep it cool, cloudy at the beaches. breezy as well. half moon bay 59. san francisco 64 degrees.
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once again, if you're going to the fill more jazz festival, it should be nice. plenty of sunshine for everyone else. san rafael, 80. san jose warmer at 82. this time antioch will top off at about 90 degrees. yesterday it hit 88. when i say a little bit warmer, by a couple degrees for some inland areas. at the beach, that's where we see the lingering cloulds all day. the breeze is going to switch from northwest to southwest this time. santa cruz might get more cloud cover and that's why they'll be a little cooler. now in tahoe, plenty of sunshine there. the snow will be melting pretty quickly. temperatures are going to be in the 80s for the next few days through the holiday weekend with plenty of sunshine and pretty nice viewing. for us here in the bay area, here's a 12-hour planner for the fourth of july. so during the morning hours, we've got the fog once again. then sunny by the afternoon and into the evening will be clear. however, around 10:00 p.m., 9:00
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p.m. when the fireworks start, the fog moves back into the beaches and the bay. right now, if you're planning to watch fireworks in san francisco, i want to show you, it's going to be a similar pattern compared to tomorrow night. it looks like it's going to be foggy in san francisco and oakland for fireworks viewing. but it does look pretty good in the south bay or in parts of the east bay for fireworks. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. slightly warmer inland bumping up numbers to the low 90s. little bit of coastal drizzle as we mentioned. tomorrow as well as for tuesday, fourth of july. notice, we're just on the steady summer-like pattern with the fog and sunshine and then fog and low clouds once again. summer in the city. >> my brother is in tahoe skiing this weekend and at the beach. going do it all this weekend. >> head to tahoe. you've got the sunshine and snow. thanks, frances. just ahead, a family on a cross-country vacation got
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buying and selling hasn't changed much in decades. it is that sameness that's spurring the growth of up nest. michael finney has been checking out the operation and has the story. >> reporter: michael wallace is talking with me about his recently purchased san francisco condominium. it comes after a search that took more than one year and more than one real estate agent. >> i had a couple of agents i was working with before that but they didn't have the experience, they didn't have the service
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that i was looking for, for the amount of commission they would make. they weren't willing to negotiate on the commission. i said there has to be something better. >> michael was worn down by the process. he went online and this he found up-nest. the founder and ceo is simon. >> it's a realtor marketplace where realtor can compete for home buyer and sellers' business by submitting proposals. >> he showed me how it all works. you answer a few simple questions. do you want to buy or sell, for how much, where? agents then compete for your business. they tell you about themselves, then the cool part. you will instantly be told what kind rebate you can expect by going gloou throuthrough that a. here, a tad more than $7,000. >> you got savings and you get top agents representing your property. >> pair gone real estate group is in san francisco.
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dale is an agent here and has competed for and picked up clients through up-nest. >> realtors get a bombarded with offers of increasing our business and upnest has been the only one that made sense for us. >> upnext works with the buyers and the sellers to make smur they're pre qualified if they're buyers or sellers, work with them to understand their circumstances for selling. >> i wanted a discount but i didn't want the discount at the cost of a quality agent. i ended up getting that. very happy. >> remember, you can negotiate prices with the agents as well. they don't have to go along but there's no reason you shouldn't ask. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. it's been a wild few days for nba fans and a few nba players are getting on the phone with an emoji war. jazz center rudy goe bare is trying to keep gordon hayward in utah. he tweeted that the heat and the
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celtics are garbage. a short time later isaiah thomas spontded by tweeting how many championships they've won and whiteside saying they have three rings, the celtics only one and the jazz zero. hayward is deciding between the three teams. if you're flying southwest the next few days, you may notice a not so subtle very cool change to the fuselage. sharks. no, not the san jose kind of sharks. but shark sharks. five shark species are on display in an underwater scene on the sides of all the planes. shark week on tv during the last week of july. the shark planes will fly as part of the southwest fleet through the end of august. a family from new york on a cross-country vacation had an unexpected stop in missouri. they were trapped in their car right there by a pack of emus pecking their car windows and
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looking for food. the kids thought the birds were hilarious, as you can see. ther mom shared this video. she had promised the family a day of animal watching at the promised land zoo in eagle rock. she didn't quite realize how close they were going to get to the wildlife. she says it's an experience creating a lot of great memories. still to come on abc 7 mornings, the search continues for suspects after more than two dozen people were shot at an arkansas nightclub. and scientists found out that sharks can do a lot more than smell blood in the water. they can sense their prey's heartbeat. hear from the researchers in the
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lisa argen. >> we have a beautiful day in store for us. that means typical weather starts off cloudy and gray with some fog. 50s to even low 60s in brentwood. it's 62. mountain view, 59 degrees and half moon bay 52 degrees. here's a shot of the bay bridge. we have coastal drizzle to deal with during the morning hours. mostly sunny by lunchtime, except at the coast. slightly warmer inland. temperatures hitting the low 90s in just a few locations. areas around the bay will be in the mid-70s and still keeping it cool and cloudy at the coast. 58 degrees there. i will have your accuweather seven-day forecast and the fourth of july plan forecast as well. police in little rock, arkansas, are searching for suspects after 25 people were shot inside a nightclub early yesterday morning. two of the victims are in critical condition. abc news reporter adrian bankert
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has more. >> reporter: gunfire inside the power ultralounge shortly after 2:00 a.m. more than 24 shots fired in 11 seconds. chaos. >> gunshots go off. hit the round. try to take off running. by the time you take off running, more gunshots came. >> a clubgoer capturing the shots and the screams as people scramble to get out of the line of fire. >> 28 individuals in total were injured. 25 result of gunshot wounds. three as a result of attempting to flee the venue. >> by the grace of god, all of the victims are expected to survive. >> the downtown little rock nightclub packed for a performance by a memphis rapper. the club's facebook page shows a poster for the event showing a man pointing a gun at the camera. police believe the shooting was the result of a dispute among
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club-goers. >> it appears there was a disagreement amongst a small subset of individuals at a concert that turned violent because of the presence of rivalries and weapons. >> police believe there may be multiple shooters. they're interviewing witnesses, including an off-duty policeman working at the club. the shootings happened after a week of drive-by shootings in little rock. >> this appears to be a continuation of disputes from some of our local groups that have resulted in drive-by shootings. >> adrian bankert, abc news, new york. now to that hospital shooting in new york. some of the patients are improving. three people listed as very critical are now expected to survive. a total of six victims are recovering at bronx lebanon hospital. a former doctor there, henry bellow, opened fire friday killing one person. he reportedly held a grudge after being terminated from the hospital two years ago. bellow died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds.
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the man behind the failed bahamas fire music festival has been arrested and charged with wire fraud. 25-year-old william mcfarland created the event with rapper gentleman rule. they say mcfarland promised a life changing festival and delivered a disaster. it was on a secluded island but hundreds were just left stranded. >> no electricity. there was no showers. there was no bathrooms, running water. >> $4,000. what we got was closer to zero doll lrs. >> court documents say mcfarland showed investors altered financial statements telling him his company made millions of dollars when it took in less than $60 thousand dollars in the past two years. he tells abc news he's not the villain the government portrays him as. he could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted. one of the busiest shopping
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districts in the world is giving us a glimpse into the future of retail. it's green. a street near london's trendy shopping districts has been transformed into an experimental smart street blending technology with sustainability. it has blue paint and power generating pavement. a man who worked on the project explains how it all works. >> my footsteps, electricity, powering the things you can hear and the lights at night. it's producing data and giving me rewards on my phone. literally, as i'm walking, i'm earning points for walking. >> wow. there's also a clean air bench that sends out a steady stream of filtered air. stores along the way are interactive, one cluds a selfie mirror that provides data on what shoppers may be interested in buying. we're learning more about that elephant on the run in a wisconsin neighborhood. eva pilgrim has reaction from
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neighbors after waking up to the unusual sight. >> it's not what these neighbors in wisconsin expected to see when they looked out into their yards. >> did you guys believe me that there was an elephant in the front yard? >> or did you think i was kidding? >> kidding. >> yep. >> reporter: yep, that's right. an elephant breaking out of the big top. misskelley on the loose leading authorities on a slow speed chase. >> animal control, dispatch. this is probably from kicircus world. >> she made the escape from circus world leaving her sister behind. the trained elephant is pretty smart and pretty slick with her trunk. able to unlock her enclosure. >> decided there was an open door and luscious greenery on the other side of it, so it was time to go for a stroll. >> once out, misskelley wandered through a neighborhood and
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leaving giant footprints in her wake, grabbing a bite to eat during her adventure. her snack of choice, marigolds and daffodils from a garden. >> last location was 8-1-4 in the backyard. >> after the great escape, the trainer showed up and caught miss kelly and escorted her back home. >> i don't think i'll forget getting girls up at 5:00 a.m. and having them excited they're ready to go for the whole day. >> eva pilgrim, abc news, new york. one of the most of all predators on planet earth are sharks. but the system of how they track their prey still holds mysteries, until now. abc 7 news anchor dan ashley reports that the breakthrough by bay area researchers involves other ocean creatures as well. >> it's never good when sharks smell blood in the water. but scientists have known for several decades that sharks and their evolutionary cousins also use another sense to hone in on their prey. electricity.
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>> electric reception. they can detect a small potential differences. >> ucsf physiologist david julius and his team set out to learn how the mysterious electrosensation works. they started with ray-like creatur creatures known as skates. >> first researcher duncan leech created a water maze by sensing a fake signal, it swims to where the current is coming from. unearthing its dinner in the ocean. >> there would be small crustaceans or fish buried in the sand. as they're breathing or respiration, the beating of their heart, they're generating an electrical field. >> how does it hear the electricity? >> they can process electricity and discovered they worked together as an amplifier. when they blocked the molecules with drugs, the skates missed the target and could no longer
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sense the electrical field. >> it's amazing we were able to manipulate their electrosensory behavior without interfering with other senses. >> this could provide important clues to human hearing. and it explains a sixth sense that can help them literally listen for their dinner. dan ashley, abc 7 news. very cool. thanks, dan. the ucsf team says the breakthrough could provide new clues to human hearing and how we process the most sensitive sounds. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, rolling out the bay area's new version of bike share means rolling out the bikes. this is about more than just a name. and here's a live look from the east bay hills. you can see all of the fog amongst the trees.
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a great time to drive or walk across this. no traffic. you can take it to get to our next story. thousands of people enjoyed the sights and sounds of the fill more jazz festival this weekend. ♪ abc 7 news was in san francisco for day one of the largest free jazz festival on the west coast. there are more than 12 blocks of performances, arts and crafts and food and drinks. you can check it out at the fill more jazz festival today from 10:00 until 6:00 on fill more street between jackson and eddie. it's a great time. usually try and check it out. >> it's going to be nice today as well. temperatures around the mid-60s. comfortable and sunny. but right now, we're dealing
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with those low clouds and fog as we look live from emeryville. temperatures in the 50s. but if you liked yesterday, i'll give you a hint, you'll probably like today. i'll tell you more coming up. >> thanks, frances. also next, the first day of free agency has been good to the warriors as the team's core will remain intact.
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welcome back. this is a live look at mateo bridge. great time to cross the bridges this morning. we should have nice temperature today, weather to get out and have fun. we're going to talk about sports, though. now that it's july, the giants are won five straight games and they hope to sweep the pirates today. first pitch at 10:35 this morning. the a's will try to avoid being swept by the braves. first pitch at the coliseum at
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1:05 this afternoon. in the nba, the warriors front office is making sure the team's core stays together. they will be together for the next few years. mike shumann explains in this morning's sports. >> reporter: good morning. well, free agency has begun in the nba. the first order of business for the warriors, agreeing to a five-year, $201 million deal with two-time mvp, steph curry. that's $40 million a year. ridiculous money. but he's worth every penny. shawn livingston is back. agreeing to a $24 million deal. andre iguodala met with teams. he was offered a contract and iggy shut down further meetings except the warriors. golden state offered $48 million according to espn. andre tweeted, sources close to andre iguodala reporting he agreed to terms to return to the bay. looks like iggy is back.
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>> david west agreed to a deal. he will retire after next season. his presence in the locker room is key, especially with these new young centers. in hockey, the free agency also began yesterday. reports have the sharks re-signing joe thornton to a one-year, $6.5 million contract. 38-year-old patrick marleau is deciding whether he'll return to team teal or return to anaheim. wilson checked off his top priorities. re-signing jones and defense man marc-edouard vlasic. jones gets $34.5 million. the 27-year-old netminder has been phenomenal, including in the stanley cup final last year. meanwhile vlasic gets a $56 million deal. he's regarded as one of the best defensemen in the league and shuts down the opposing top players. he's played 812 games over 11 seasons all for san jose.
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baseball, a's hosting the braves. it was not pretty. this little guy seemed to be en joigs himself. didn't care what was happening. one run through six. bottom eight, 3-is braves, chris davis with a man on, ties it up. a two-run shot. 22nd of the season. we have a 3-3 ball game. meanwhile, santiago ka sill a on the mound. grounds to short. rookie boots it for an error. next batter, second rbi of the game. a double to left. santana with the winning run. a's lose their fourth straight. matt moore on the hill. knocks in a run with a base hit. moore went 5 2/3. struck out five but six walks. six innings. giants finally get on the board. austin slater looks like a fly ball. it kept traveling. his third of the year.
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1-1 ball game. game went to extra innings. hudson facing buster posey. 3-2 count. he throws a wild pitch. that will be the winner. giants fifth straight. 2-1 the final. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. goerng. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan. showing the clouds along the coast filled into the bay and inland in some areas. here's a live view from the east bay hills. you see the low clouds that pushed all the way through. temperatures right now, mostly in the 50s. a little bit milder as well in locations. san francisco, 52. mountain view is 59. san jose 56. half moon bay cooler at 52 degrees. now we're looking from the east bay emeryville area across the bay towards san francisco and the gray skies. drizzle as well along the coast. santa rosa 53. napa 58. we have more 50s through fairfield, concord and into
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livermore. 54 degrees right now. there's a little bit of a breeze. you can see that with the flag blowing and the bay bridge in the background. low clouds, fog and drizzle in the afternoon hours. high pressure will build inland and then we're kind of in this typical summer-like pattern for the fourth of july as well. i'll show you the forecast animation for that. highs today range from cool and breezy numbers at the coast, half moon bay only at 59 and then we climb all the way up to near 90 in antioch. san francisco 64. for the jazz festival, plenty of sunshine as well. be nice and comfortable. oakland will be 70 and warm in san jose at 82. also pretty nice in santa rosa, napa and san rafael. up to 92 degrees in lakeport. overnight lows on the mild side once again as the fog makes its way back into the bay and spilling into parts of the east bay areas as well. temperatures in the 50s. so a mild start, especially in
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san jose. upper 50s there. here is how the fourth of july looks. this is our 12-hour planner. so 10:00 in the morning. you have coastal fog to deal with. notice temperatures will be pretty mild already in the inland areas and around the bay in the 60s. at the coast, we're going to stay in the 50s throughout the day. the clouds will linger at the coast as well. 6:00, clear inland. sunny for most areas through the afternoon. but 10:00 at night, that's when the fog makes its way back into the bay area pushing in from the coast and the beaches. that's what we're keeping track of. especially for folks planning to do fireworks in san francisco. here's animation model. you see the clouds move in and then monday night, the pattern is going to be similar for tuesday night as well. that's why i'm showing you this. so it does look like around 9:00 when the fireworks show begins, it will be foggy in the san francisco and parts of oakland. not great news if you're viewing fireworks there. everywhere else, it will look
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pretty nice and clear throughout the south bay and inland areas as well. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. slightly warmer inland today. check out the next seven days. fog and then sunshine fog and fog and sunshine. you get the idea. temperatures will drop slightly for the fourth of july. we'll be keeping track of that fog for folks planning to do fireworks. it's going to be great barbecue weather all weekend long with plenty of sunshine for most everyone except the coast. >> it definitely warmed up yesterday. >> nice and comfortable. very seasonal. >> thanks so much, frances. ford motor company has a new vehicle that has no motor at all. jonathan bloom explains why a car company is rolling out a fleet of bicycles across the bay area. >> i don't really care what mark twain said. this is great biking weather in this city, how about it? >> on a damp, foggy morning, scores of people got a first ride on a bike with an unlikely
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name. have you ridden a ford lately? >> i came from denver for this. >> i want to be part of something that's new. >> but the vision is not new at all if you ask ford. >> improving people's lives by changing the way we move. for henry ford 100 years ago, it looked like an automobile and a new way to get around. for cities today, it's changed. >> ford go bike is the rebirth of bay area bike share with all new bikes and ten times as many spread around san francisco, oakland, berkeley, emeryville and san jose. it will be run by the same company called motivate which designed the bikes and will manage where they're placed with real world data. >> we'll see how people are using bike share and we'll be able to feed the places we want more of it and realize where the holes are. >> major transit hubs like this one. they're hoping to solve the last mile of your daily commute to work. >> there's mr. clipper card by the way. >> they're celebrating because the same card used for the bus or ferry will unlock a ford go bike. once you get where you're going, you're not stuck with if. return it to another station.
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>> we want to walk or go someplace later on. it affords us flexibility in the way that we actually live our life. >> it's $149 a year or $14.90 a day. it's affordable to everyone. low-income residents will pay just $5 for the first year. >> in fact, local leaders say 35% of the go bike station rs in neighborhoods of economic concern. some because people requested them. >> people went online and said i really wish you'd put a bike station here. >> true to its name, ford motor company will put motors in some bikes and electric pedal assist model will make a debut next year. an francisco, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. thanks, jonathan. coming up, you can enjoy a popular state park again after it was
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homophobic slurs during a soccer match. but some fans ignored the warnings. authorities are stepping up enforcement on fireworks this fourth of july. what they want you to know about staying safe.
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