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it's saturday, july 8th. good morning and thanks for joining us. let's start with a quick look at the weather with lisa. she's tracking live diop lar 7 for us. >> you can see the air quality decreasing from all of yesterday's heat and fog trying to form on live doppler 7. a little breezy in spot, but overall, we are warmer than yesterday at this hour. 6 to 7 degrees warmer. it's 62 in san francisco. 73 in san jose. mountain view, 71 and look how hazy it is. it's breezy at about and temperatures range here from the 60s in santa rosa to the mid-70s. concord, livermore, 73. you can sigh see the haze.
50s to 70s now. by noon, it will be in the 90s inland. 104, our hottest spots inland, but sea breeze kicks up tonight. a a cooler second half of your weekend ahead. >> thank you! we have developing news from contra costa county where evacuations have been ordered because of several fast moving grass fires in an area south of brentwood. cal fire says three fires broke out near marsh creek road and deer valley road. crews have stopped flames from advancing in two of the fires. another 150 wildfire is burning near marsh creek road. some structures are threatened. again, evacuations have been b ordered for several residents in this area. cal fire says they have 150 firefighters at the scene. trz in butte county, evacuation orders are still in effect because a wildfire that's bushed at least 1,000 acres. ten homes have been destroyed.
the fire is blamed for six minor injuries. five civilians and one firefighter b have been hurt. parts of community of bangor are under orders. that includes the equine rescue center. this was posted on facebook. you can see how close those flames are. that's the main house on the right. so far, about 30 of ercs horses have been mooued to safety, but about 50, equine, cattle and goats remain at the property. as you'll recall, abc7 viewers helped save it from a financial crisis in to 20 15. a four alarm apartment fire has burned three buildings in antioch. it starteded around 10:00 last night on delta fair boulevard. 18 units were damaged. firnls say the fire sp
acre of dry grass. three were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. four others were treated at the scene. a fire captain says illegal fireworks may have started the fire. investigators believe there is nearly a million dollars in damage tone to the apartment complex. two police buildings were evacuated last night after someone called in a bomb threat. the police station and the jail as well as the 911 dispatch center the police station and jail as well as the 911 dispatch center at mcdonald and nevadaen were all evacuated. tiffany wilson explains, so were the residents who lived next to those buildings. >> the threat started with two phone calls. both times, the caller used profanity and said a bomb inside the building was going to blow up. the employees, ten staff members and several prisoners in cells all evacuated around 6:40 this evening.
police went door to door asking residents to clear the area. >> i couldn't go down the street. i lost my journal. >> but police loaned richmond a bomb sniffing dog. it took about 45 minutes to clear the communications center. during that time, all 911 calls went to the mobile command center and contra costa county sheriff's department. >> it's the lifeline for the community. for any of the safety concerns. so, that's why it was a priority if for us to ensure that the communications center is cleared an safe and that way, we can within the kopt with our normal operational dispatching. >> the communication center reopeneded at 9:00. police station cleared at 10:15. in richmond, tiffany wilson, abc7 news. now to oakland's uptown neighborhood where more than 24 hours later, evacuations are still in effect for people who live next to a construction project destroyed by a major fire.
the cause of the fire is still under investigation. but some neighbors have suspiciouses of their own. >> neighbors grabbed their cell phones when they woke up to this friday morning. a wall of flames seven torres tall. >> my apartment was glowing orange and i saw the whole place was on fire. >> sky7 was over the blaze where a 196 unit apartment building under construction became an inferno. the intense heat of the fire caused the giant construction crane to spin. up to 900 people living nearby were evacuated and can't return home until the danger has passed. >> there's substantial hazard with the instability of the crane and the scaffolding nearby, so because of that, we don't want to put anybody in harm's way. >> the fire department now working on a plan to dismantle
the crane, arson investigators are looking for a cause. >> we are serious about it. we are bringing all resources to bear to investigate this incident. >> officials not calling this arson, others believe it's highly suspicious. they know some in oakland are antidevelopment. >> you put mor oakland people at risk. >> a dog was allowed to return home with a police escort to grab some belongings. it's a but i first friday in oakland, but some restaurants are closed. >> we opened for dinner, but it's not the same. we're being affected by the fire. >> luckily, no one hurt. abc 7 has been digging into suspicions of arson and the inferno appears to fit into a string of incidents in the area in cent years. the marketing photo for the project shows its promise. 196 units of badly needed housing in oakland.
31,000 square feet of retail. the project was in a crucial stage before the fire retardant and stucco was applied, it was just tender, so skeleton ready to burn. the mayor spoke what was on many people's minds, could this be arson. >> we know that two recent fires on the emoryville oakland border were confirmed as arson and that is incredibly disconcerting to us. >> some workers said they suspect the motive was the use of nonunion labor. oakland city council member posted on his facebook page, burning down housing under construction doesn't help make oakland housing more affordable. it speeds up displacement of existing residents. a spokesman said the company recognized the dangers and took steps to protect the project. >> wood partners added security. several officers around the clock. security cameras. >> the alameda county joint task
force is on the case adding the alta to a list of projects under construction that are burned. several in just the past year. fire officials feel that the question about one possible sign of arson, did the fire have mll principle points of origin. >> we have trained individuals to look at every piece of evidence they can to ensure they understand what the cause was. >> wood partners with talking withtermine if they will rebuil. >> it's too soon to say what's going to happen, but we're big believers in oakland and in this neighborhood and community. >> i spoke off camera with several builders who work in the area. they are frustrated none of these cases have been solved. no one has been arrested. sky 7 shows us a park in san francisco that's scorched. a fast moving grass fire bruurn
23 acres yesterday and came dangerously close to homes in the crocker amazonia. crews were able to stop it from spreading to those homes. no one was hurt. to the east bay. new details regarding the hit an run accident that left two children dead. the suspect, wilson jr. has been discharged from the hospital and is now in jail. video shows an officer escort ing him to the martinez detention facility. wilson is is accused of driving under the influence on highway 4. this is video from the crash last week. police say he slammed into a family's suv then left the scene. two children died in the wreck. 5-year-old vincent reyes and his 10-year-old brother, lorenzo. a u.s. postal service carrier is is in stable condition after she was shot in her truck. the shooting happened in oakland near the corner of bancroft and avenue yesterday. oakland police say the shooter fired several rounds and bullets went through the vehicle, but the motive is unclear. >> we can't speculate if she was
or wasn't a target of this shooting. >> this is a serious crime that we have a standing $50,000 reward. if anybody has any information, we'd like them to contact the oakland police department or postal inspectors. >> the postal worker was shot in her hip. the fact she's an employee, makes this a federal crime. they are helping the police department with its investigation. >> time now is 8:10 and lisa here now. let's talk about the heat. >> we have a couple of cool temperatures. 55 half moon bay. ux see how pretty it looks. 65 in the city. 70s for you again. but we do have the heat advisory and a red flag warning in the east bay. we'll top over 100 degrees again. but it will be cooler, just by a hair. from yesterday. i'll explain coming up. >> thank you. also, brave iing the heat.
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filing of a lawsuit against the city. 18-year-old anthony nunez tried to commit suicide before she was fatally shot. his family has hired an attorney who accused san jose officers of ignoring his mental health crisis and wrongfully opening fire. he was unarmed when shot. last year, the police chief says officers used great judgment when responding to the incident. attorneys for the two men facing criminal charges in the federal g osha prior, say they plan to ask a judge to release them without bail. derek and max appeared in court yesterday. melanie woodrow has more. >> neither entered the plea has planned. they're waiting for the district attorney's office the to turn over more discovery. >> we see no evidence that they can never show our client
committed any act of criminal negligence. >> we're looking for the damming evidence. it isn't there. >> his attorney says what he's seen are cause reports from federal authorities saying they couldn't identify a cause in the fire. he says he's received written statements saying his client was h in the right. the district attorney's office writes there was a lot of discovery and defense and our office are working ensuring everyone has all they're entitled to. attorneys say they plan the to ask the judge to release both on their own recognizance. in other words, bail reduced to nothing. >> he has no resources to flee. he has a pro bono legal team. >> 31 of the 36 victim's families have signed on. >> i feel most these people created this fire trap that people could not get out. there should be be account b bable and stay in jail. >> attorney mary alexander say
they believe the building's owner should be charged. in san francisco may get a new name. a petition to change the name in honor of poet and former san francisco driver mayo angelo has collected nearly 10,000 signatures. a petition to change the name in honor of poet maya angelou has collected nearly 7,000 signatures. she decided to launch it after learning about the man. he ran the agency and led efforts to demolish thousands of black owned hopes and businesses. 8:16 is our time. if you plan to go to the beach, you'll want to avoid beach in sonoma county. county officials cited high levels of e. coli bacteria
they caution people to not swim, in the russian river. touch or wade the water. the continue will continue to test the water and the beach will remain closed until levels drop. it's located about 40 minutes west of santa rosa. a heat advisory is in effect, but that's not stopping people from taking advantage of these hot summer nights. we have the story from pleasonton. >> in pleasonton, there's an ice house. and outside of it, some struggle to stay cool. in the morning 100 degree heat. >> just came out here for ice cream. back inside. >> ice cream melts quickly in these conditions and sometimes, so does your composure. >> dairy workers try to keep everyone cool. >> non-stop. cars coming all the time. the walk up line has been down
the street. ♪ >> busy is how you can describe the park. >> when we set it up at night so we have our spot in the shade. zpl hundreds line along with picnic blankets. some are drawn to the sun. >> 90 degree heat, wine, enjoying the afternoon. can't go wrong. life is good. >> life is good if you can manage the summer heat. >> with the spritz or spritzer in your neighborhood park. >> it does spray water. happening today, barry bonds will be enshrined on the san francisco giants wall of fame. nearly ten years after he played his final major league game for the giants, the team will unveil his plaque as 3:30 this afternoon before tonight's home game against the marlins. he'll be the 49th giant to be honored along the wall which is located outside the stadium on king street. the street will be closed from 10:00 to 5:00 for a ceremony
we're looking at a clear start and the breeze and trying to form here, but when we get that relief, so a live look outside from our east bay hills camera. may see the smoke drifting in from the fire south of brentwood. if you're sensitive to the heat and boy, who isn't these days, right? 62 in san francisco. 71 in oakland. low 70s mountain view and san jo jose. here's where it's been breezy from the north bay and boy, you were hot yesterday. sonoma county airport, 108. well over 100 degrees in san rafael and the winds kicked up towards -- and you can see that patchy fog and the breeze. another hot day in santa rosa. shouldn't see the triple digits like yesterday. 73 in napa, 79 by the delta. 75 in concord and 73 in
livermore. so, a final stop here, san francisco, pleasant. the coast has been nice, but it's hotten inland with our heat advisory, fire danger, red flag warning for the coast and bay, a cooler pattern sets up tomorrow. 64. half moon bay, maybe a patch of fog. 71 downtown. 80 today in oakland, so little change here. but we're hoping for the change out in our east bay valleys and you're not going to have much. maybe a couple of degrees coming down, but still over 100 degrees. 104 in antioch. if you're headed to the mount n mountai mountains, thunderstorms have been the past couple of days b 87. isolated, highs today at our beaches ranging from the upper 60s closer to san francisco. ocean beach, half moon bay, 83. santa cruz has been warm, 70s at
stinson and here's a look at the fog footprint. but set up along san matteo, so it will be cooler for yur afternoon on sunday. here's alook at the highs. you should be 84 and the come down, maybe more tomorrow. so we have that to look forward to. but in the meantime, look at the pace coming into play and this is the excessive heat from antioch to fairfield. 102 in livermore. we will be cooler and download our app and you'll notice today the hottest day of the week as we cool down, getting back to summer like conditions, but i want to warn you, looks like the extended outlook shows warmer weather coming back into play next weebkend. so, also, this year's aids walk, san francisco is just eight days away. on sunday, july 16th in golden gate park. the 10k fund-raiser walk benefits dozens of local hiv and aids programs such as project open hand and positive resource center. still time to register by
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gridiron. they've turned it into a golf course, but swrus for this weekend. the holes are on the field. a hole in one is possible, but not easy. >> if if you told me we'd be golfing inside the stadium a year ago, i'd like at you like you're crazy, but we put a hockey rink in here, too. >> even 49ers tight end teed off yesterday. he grew up golfing, but has never hit one from a stadium. until yesterday. walt disny is looking to shake up the world of animation. not with a new exhibit, but summer camp. yesterday, we were in presidio as they held their first ever class for girls. the creator of doc mcstuffins was on hand to give the girls tips on an information and story development. she says she wanted the clear as the lead character even though
everyone. starting this half hour, a quick look at the weather. here's lisa. >> things are changing, we're being a little smoke drifting into our east bay valleys. we have the fire burning south of the brentwood. also another one on the center coast and also high fire danger with a red flag warning and heat advisory. 62, san francisco, 72 in mountain view. 55 on the coast closer toth bay, you can see the skies bright er. air qualify is better. temperatures will be b comfort b bable here today, but still on the warm side. 67 in santa rosa. 75 in concord and looiivermore. red flag warning for you, but here is where it is and you'll notice mt. hamilton, the diablo range, wind gusts up to 25 miles an hour and from the san the ta cruz mountains, another warm one. but relief is in sight late tonight and the sea breeze coming back into play. still triple digit heat. >> thank you.
at the g-20 summit in hamburg, pruch is getting ready to head back to the u.s. from germany. here's a a live look at ayeir force one on the left side of the screen. earlier, mr. trump met with world leaders, but it's his face-to-face with putin that the still the focus of everyone's attention. >> this morning, president trump is back to meeting with world leaders at the g-20 summit sitting side by side with prime minister may. >> she developed the -- will be a very good -- between our two countries. >> later this morning, he'll meet with china's xi, another crucial sit down that comes amid heightened tensions and the growing frustration with china's unwlingness to take hard line with pyongyang, but even the president himself is is among those still talking about yesterday's face-to-face with putin.
>> we had a tremendous meeting yesterday. with president putin. >> secretary of state rex tillerson was in the room saying the two men connected quickly and had positive chemistry. the cameras allowed in to see president trump reach out for a handshake, there was smiling, small talk and before they got down to business, even a back pat. putin returning the compliment. saying he, too, was pleased to meet president trump for the first time. later, first laid ty melania trump, also seen smiling and chatting with putin seateded to him at dinner. behind closed doors, the white house says it was president trump who pressed the issue of election meddling. tillerson says putin denieded russia's involvement and the
president stopped pressing. >> he felt like at this point, talk about how to go forward. >> russians say they heard his denial and quote, accepted it. the white house says that is not the case. as for his version of the story this morning -- >> did the russians lie about your meeting yesterday? >> president trump, no comment. >> the president also met with mexi mexico's president. as the two were sitting together, someone asked if mexico is still paying for the border wall. president trump said absolutely, but there was no reaction from the president and reportedly did not come up during their talks. beyond the summit itself, demonstrators and police clashed on the streets of hamburg last night. protesters set fires and nearly 200 officers in riot gear were injured. this is a live look right now in
hamburg where up to 100,000 people are expected to protest. you can see the huge crowds out there. we're seeing more police in riot gear as well. james has more. >> overnight, utter chaos on the streets of hamburg. protesters setting up blockades, attacking police. it's nighttime and things have gotten a lot worse on the streets. getting protesters behind us and they continue to throw things at the police. nearly 200 officers injured in clashes, more than 100 detained. placing a barrage of projectiles thrown, officers in full riot gear making their way into buildings, arresting those inside. some 500 people looting this supermarket. demonstrators marched peacefully expressing a range of
grievances. >> i don't think allowed yesterday have the right to be in my city. namely trump, putin >> at the scene for about -- the police moving in their water cannon just deployed and as the u crowds move back, this is a big game of cat and mouse. this morning, president trump a target of that criticism, complimenting chancellor merkel and germany's response to the violence on the streets. >> it's been really inable the way things have been b rahandle. not much irint rupgs despite th people. they seem to follow your g-20s around. >> a show of force over the korean peninsula yesterday for the second time in 48 hours, u.s. air force bombers took flight over the region in direct response to north korea's increasing ballistic missile and
nuclear threat. the bombers from the u.s. air base in guam joined f-16 fighters in the flyover. planes from south korea and japan also took part. on tuesday, north korea tested what's believe d to be an icwm missile. their most successful launch to date. 8:35 is the time. facebook announced plans for a massive expansion of the quarters in menlo park. project leaders say their goal is to create a neighborhood center for all to enjoy, but some wonder how it will impact some of the housing and traffic issues that plague the area near facebook's current campus. by rural road and the bay front expressway. in the not too distant future in menlo park, more changes could be coming to facebook's footprint. but some aren't sure what to make of it. >> it's going to increase the value of the homes, but the quality of life has gone done down? >> they have announced plans to develop old park it owns. new renderings show a mixed use village to be built along rural
road in accept ra faces. one group is all for the project. >> if people can be close to their jobs, that means a lot less driving. they can choose not to own a car and that that has a great impact on improved air quality, reduce carbon emissions. >> the 59 acre site is south of the bay front expressway. offices, grocery, retail, a hotel, as well as parks and plazas would be open to all. if approved, construction would begin in 2019 with the first phase scheduled to open in 2021. >> it needs to be integrated into the community and there needs to be pathways and connections to neighbors feel like they can access the community and the amenities and retail stores. >> in an effort to relieveuate traffic. they want to help ease the local housing crunch.
1500 units would be built on the property with 15% offered at below market rates, but some say it's too late for families who have been pushed out of the area. >> it affects your way of life. what you can do, how you can make a living. how you can educate your children. >> another sign of these changing times in silicon valley. >> facebook declined to comment on the cost of the project. still ahead, meet the south bay girl who's about to take on the best of the best in chess. her story in just a bit, but first, here's a live look outside from emoryville. thanks so much for choosing nbc7
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♪ good goes around and around ♪ welcome back. here's a live look outside from the abc7 explore camera. we know many of you have plans for the weekend. lisa has you covered with the full forecast just minutes away. organizers of the country's largest halal food their event will bring people together. vendors will sell food, clothing, jewelry and art work. it refers to dietary guidelines in islam. it's grown from a one-day to a two-day, making it the nation's largest eechbt of its kind.
>> and our heat wave is growing as well. we're gaining about 3 degrees per hour. it's 58 at half moon bay. 67, san francisco. that's the average high for the this time of year. going for 72, so pleasant here, but oppressive in our east bay valley. air quality going down. i'll have your full forecast and talk about a cooler sunday in just a few minutes. >> thank you. also ahead, the explanation. the reason nick young says he tweeted last year he hated warrior's
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welcome back, everyone. a live look outside from a beautiful golden gate bridge. going to be busy, so p your plans to take you out there, get there early, get seenry. in sport, the a's and giants will try to rebound from losses. the take on the mariners, first pitch at safeco field is at 7:10. before the giants game tonight, the team will honor major league baseball's home run king. here's anthony flores with that and your morning sports. >> good morning, everyone. barry bonds will take his place alongside the all time greats in giants history. he's been enshrined on the giants wall of fame this afternoon. he rejoineded the team as an
adviser this spring after spending a year as the marlin's hitting coach. the same marlins team the giants are hosting this weekend. speaking of fish, a new aquarium at the field. juan carlos practicing for the home run bi. his 24th of the year. the giants came to bat. top three now. 5-0. moore's glove, but another gold glove play. only makes one mistake and there it is. to j.t. crushes it out of the yard, it's 6-0. giants get on the board in the ninth. he splash aed down, his own tribute to bonds, giant lose though, 6-1. the a's in seattle. john, tough to tell. top three with his first rbi since coming back from the disabled list. a two-run double down the line the score joyce and davis. 2-1, but at the bottom of the inning sean gives two back. 3-mariners, after that, he sat
down 11 straight batters. nice play by mat chapman on o the broken bat. bottom eight now, mariners beaten up on the a's pan. a three-run homer. the 300th of his career. they go on to beat oak bland by 7-2. warriors have one roster spot left after zaza agreed to a one-year contract friday afternoon. the question is whether or not it will go to mcghee or someone else. they introduced nick young. also known as swaggyp. last year, he tweeted thissous. quote, i hate golden state fans, they don't know nothing about basketball. hey, nick, why were you hating on the nation? >> i think my followers had -- everybody just hacking is a big thing these days.
no, but yeah, you know, that's my story. >> sticking to it. >> better think of something nice to say. nba summer league ball making his debut for the lakers. first time he touches it, ali oop. his dad declares he's got rookie of the year sewn up. they lose to the clippers in overti overtime, 94-93. have a great weekend, everyone. >> tonight, the warriors play their first summer league game in las vegas. you can watch the game at 7:30 on our sister network, espn. good morning to you. maybe you felt the breeze last night around the north bay, but
mt. tam, it's really been confined to the upper elevations. the air quality is not great and we'll be looking at a sea breeze late in the day today, so some of you u feeling changes out there, but unfortunately for our inland friends, it's still going to be over 100 degrees. this is livermore. yesterday, you were at 104. so today, really not much change. you'll notice the change tomorrow, we'll get back into the marine layer overnight and that's going to bring cooling, more like it in the 80s throughout the week. a live look outside and you'll notice santa cruz, where it is nice and sunny there. temperatures are in the 50s and yesterday, we had a high of 83 degrees. once again, well into the 80s there. and there will be some are relief, some, a bit of a breeze on the coast today from the peninsula, where you just baked yesterday in the 90s. right now, as you look at our east bay hills camera, it is hazy and you notice that typical
summer air quality, not great. fires around. around south of brentwood, also the central coast and that is making for some of that haze out there. 62 in the city. 71 in oakland. not already in the 70s as well as san swroes and gilroy, but pa pacifica at 85 degrees. 67, san francisco. or santa rosa, 73 in napa. 70 in novato, anywhere from 3 to 5 degrees an hour while today, the warmest day out of the next seven, so a live look here. don't look for fog. beaches will be b comfortable. hot inland today with high fire danger around the diablo range, east bay hills and look iing at mild to warm weather around the coast, but heat advisory for the santa cruz mountains and east bay, so closer to the shoreline, we're more comfort b l b, but
look at tomorrow. i think everyone will enjoy this cooling trend out of the triple digits and back into the 70s in oakland. mid-70s in hayward ward and by monday, come doung more so with the summer spread, but after that, it looks like things are going to go back up. where is the fog? we are see it form after midnight. this is 5:00 a.m. or 8:00 a.m. you'll notice the san matteo coast, but it quick sweeps away ge again, so we'll see a warm day. looking at 90s in san jose. on the peninsula, that sea breeze, upper 80s. 71 downtown. so nice day in the city and north bay, rook for 98. little better than yesterday. bay, that's 11 degrees above average for most of you. san ramon into walnut creek, boy, it's hot. 100 degrees. oif you're headed into the city night, breezy. 60s to upper 50s.
we're looking at one more day f of excessive heat, it is going to be baking inland. the heat eases tomorrow with temperatures in the typical range for the mid ill of the week. warmer by the end of the week. >> good to know. thank you. this weekend, a 16-year-old girl from san jose is traveling to st. louis much to the dismay f f o her competitors for a major chess tournament. as jonathan bloom explains, she's a rising star and pioneer. >> not much talking in this house once the chess board comes out. sisters deep in thought. the pieces speak for themselves. >> once i start playing, i get more concentrated and nothing else matters. >> do you have this ability to just tune out everything? >> yeah. >> it's that unbreakable concentration that's helped her amass a room full of medals and trophies. >> even if i'm losing, i'll always fight back, so it's not over until it's completely over. >> that's what happened two years ago at the u.s. junior championship in st. louis.
she came back from a loss to win the whole thing. this year, she's invited. >> who is your grudge match against? >> all of them. we've all beat each other. >> she's practicing with her sister and at the santa clara chess club she founded with her father. >> sometimes, i could potentially lose the game, but after that, i cannot beat her. >> beyond winning tournaments and making her father proud, she's doing something else in a sport steeped in centuries of tradition, she's breaking down barriers. >> there's more fwirls now. >> she grew up playing a game dominated by men. >> there was only one or two girls that i saw at tourn lts. >> now? >> six in the open session and in the other sections. >> as she's xwrabed headlines, her dad gives her credit. >> she's a stand out in the nation and in fact, i can easily say that she was kind of instrumental in bringing all other girls coming to this tournament to come up fast. >> but to those players, her little sister has a warning. >> she doesn't give in that
2, 9, 11, 28, 60 and the mega number 10. sad to say nobody picked all sick, but tuesday night's jackpot goes up to 20 million. in the east bay, 1,000 deserving kids will get a chance to hone their football skills today along some hometown pros. nfl players and oakland natives marshawn lynch and josh johnson will hold a free football camp today. kids invited will also learn viable team work and sportsmanship skills. the event is organized by the fam first foundation which lynch and johnson have been deeply involved in. let's get a final weather check. >> temperatures above normal. again. hopefully, a little breeze in the amp, but we have a red flag warning for our east bay around the diablo range until 9:00 tonight. fire danger, gusty wibds, low
humidity and a heat is possible. from the santa cruz mountains don through morgan hill, so do take it easy out there. stay hydrated. 103 in concord, 102 in livermore, 92 in san jose. heat eases tomorrow with the return to patchy fog tonight and then to take us through much of the middle of the week, but by next weekend, looks like we're going to gain more heat in our inland valleys, so, hopefully, you can enjoy the weather the second half of the weekend. >> thank you. and thanks to you for joining us on abc7 mornings. we want to thank abc7 news newss helena for this picture. you can share your pictures with us social media. use the hash tag abc7 now and you may see it on our newscast on online. the news continues now online on twitter, facebook and instagram,
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