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away. it scorched 40 acres so fard and is 50% contained. download the app for free when you have a moment and enable push alert to get breaking news updates right where you live. >> we are staying on top of new developments in the shoot ig death of a movie location scout at san francisco's twin peaks. >> edward french was shot and killed yesterday morning and tonight a friend of his is reacting to this tragedy. >> "abc 7 news" reporter lilian kim is live in the newsroom. lilian. >> reporter: ama and dan, the many commercials shot in the bay area ed french probably was involved in it in some way. he is what you call a location manager. as one person put it, he was one
of the best. ed french was often with a still camera shooting locations for possible commercial shoots. it may be why he was at twin peaks at 8:00 a.m. when he was shot and killed while being robbed. police say the two people responsible were after hills camera. >> it has shaken the bay area community to its
>> when things were tough to, like, make a joke about it and how hard it was but just make everybody laugh. >> a beloved figure who made his mark in the local film industry. in san francisco, lilian kim, "abc 7 news." >> the santa clara sheriff's deputies are releasing little information tonight about two people who were shot to death inside their saratoga home. the bodies were found this morning on saratoga, los gatos boulevard. authorities say the neighborhood is in no danger. >> to developing news, it appears republican leaders are about to pull the plug on a health care repeal and replace bill and try a new strategy. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he will push the senate to pass a clean repeal
bill. the president agrees, saying that they should repeal now and work on a new health care plan. dems will join in. mike lee and jerry moran said they wouldn't support the current repeal and replace bill. new at 11:00, a hard-fought victory for governor brown who rallied enough support to extend a program designed to fight climate change. more than two-thirds of senators voted late today to extend the cap in trade program through 2030. >> it is a great day for california. it is a great day for bipartisanship. it is a great day for the planet, for climate and for clean air. >> the program requires polluters to obtain permits for the green house gases they emit. opponents say it is a thinly-veiled tax that will hit poorest hardest increasing gas and electricity rate. only on "abc 7 news" tonight, jail guards in santa clara county face an increased safety risk according to a union official. corrections officer union
president amy lay says prisoners are more defiant after three deputies were convicted earlier this year of murdering an inmate. she says in a recent incident an inmate put a guard in a choke hold as the deputy was trying to handcuff. >> there should be fairness for the inmate, but also for the officers. it has to be balanced, because when the scale is tipped one way or the other it becomes an unsafe environment for both staff and inmates. >> in a statement the sheriff's other says it has not observed a marked increase in inmate versus staff assaults. the protection of all persons is always the highest priority. new tonight, a san jose woman fell about 100 feet sadly to her death from a beach side cliff. it happened in a remote area of davenport in santa cruz county of she was 20 years old. the santa cruz sentinel reports rescuers faced rising tides, high wind and steep terrain. a helicopter had to be brought in in order to reach her.
sheriff's investigators say it appears to be a tragic accident. new at 11:00, angry neighbors turntd out in forts in the east bay. they don't like the proposal to replace a shut down shopping center. car max wants to open a dealership. katie utehs is live in pleasant hill with the story. >> reporter: ama, more than two dozen people spoke out and city council is now deliberating this late night meeting. among the top concerns here, heavy car haulers wreaking havoc on area roads and people potentially test driving through residential neighborhoods. a car max representative made his sales pitch for a used car dealership to the pleasant hill city council. >> we will be redeveloping an under utilized site vacant since 2012. >> he is talking about the desolate lot that used to be a k mart and mcdonald. car max wants to build a new facility at the former shopping center on contra costa boulevard. >> we're losing untold
opportunities to build housing. >> dorothy england with pleasant hill citizens for responsible growth says council would have to change the zoning from mixed use to commercial. she's worried about the regional housing shortage. >> all of a sudden when they put 100% commercial project in an area that is designed the accommodate housing, we're not going to meet our share of that need. >> reporter: a representative with neighboring diablo valley college says they want the property developed and soon. >> the old db c shopping center has been abandoned and neglected for far too many years. the college receives frequent reports of criminal activity and homeless population gathering in this location. >> reporter: as one councilmember pointed out, car max is the only offer on the table. >> it is a great opportunity since it -- since the place has been idle for so long. >> reporter: neighbors hope in pleasant hill, katie utehs, "abc 7 news." a friday pickup for a
california uber driver did not go quite as plan. nexted, two passengers got in the car but three got out. and paper versus plastic. the new perk bart is giving to clipper card users. >> and a sign that the so-called robot revolution is still a ways off tonight. s. i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. the cooling trend will continue tomorrow. find out who will feel it coming up. >> thank you, sandhya. here is a look at what is come unup on jimmy kimmel after "abc 7 news at 11:00." >> thanks, dan and all you. we have a new show tonight and here is proof. >> my god, let me get -- >> it is like a horror movie. >> get out of the house! just g
a great story this is. an uber driver's last ride of the night turned out to be the first ever ride for a newborn baby. annabel munoz from our sister station in los angeles has the story from mom, dad and the driver. >> reporter: raymond kei decided to pick up his last uber customer of the night when he realized erika davidivich was going into labor. >> your water broke? >> seriously. >> erika was screaming. she started saying, my water broke. usually for our other three girls, water breaks, it is like still another six, seven, 12 hours. >> reporter: but erika and her husband didn't even make it to the hospital this thiem. >> oh, my water is busting. >> i looked down and the head was coming out. and, you know, i didn't know exactly what to do. i was fairly certain you're not supposed to just let the baby fall. so i -- i caught him. >> i started talking to the
operator, giving the location and everything is just going so quickly. within like 30 second or a minute from the water breaking, her -- the baby just comes out. the baby just wanted to come to this earth really quickly. i don't know. >> reporter: emergency responders arrived on the scene shortly afterward. he has been driving for uber since november. >> this kills the list, yes. this always will be number one. >> reporter: davidovich said he opted for uber because it is jewish sabbath. >> i'm violating less restrictions by sitting in the back of the car rather than actually turning the car on, because turning the car on requires turning on a fire and that's -- that's a very serious violation. >> reporter: and says he's grateful kayes was the driver. >> i think a lot of people in his position would have been less calm and less accommodating, and he was -- he was really, really great.
he took great care of us. >> reporter: annabel munoz, "abc 7 news." don't have it in an uber. >> i won't. i plan not to. >> okay. well, it will work out. bart is testing a special station entrance swrus for people with clipper cards. >> it is part of an effort by bart to get people to use clipper cards, not paper tickets for their rides. paper tickets have a tendency to jam the fare gates and when they get wet it is a mess. another incentive to switch from paper to plastic is the fact paper sixth are up going 50 krends on january 1. a security robot looks out for crime, but one in washington d.c. did not look where it was going, and this is what happened as we saw. watch now as the security robot ended up in a water fountain inside an office mall in georgetown. having no arms or legs, the robot needed human help to get back on its feet. since there are steps leading down to the fountain, feeling this was most likely a prank of some kind. a little dented up.
long story short there is that robots needed our help. >> exactly. we saved them. >> yes. time to turn to weather and hopefully getting saved with cooler temps. >> really. meteorologist sandhya patel is here. >> reporter: yes, you will be saved by cooler temps. obviously that's not the picture that we want here. i want to show you the temperatures are going to be going down as we take a look at what is ahead. giants and the -- i guess we're having problems with the graphics here. let's move along. if you are going to the giants game tomorrow night against the indians, it will be in the 60s, dropping down to the 50s. here is a live picture from our east bay hills camera. you can see visibility is terrific as we look across the bay there. it will not be the case as we head to tomorrow morning. matter of fact, half moon bay visibility is already down to five miles where fog has formed. check out the temperatures right now. better sleeping welter, that's for sure. most of you in the 50s and the 60s. 24 hours ago compared to now, we're down 11 degrees in concord, running 10 degrees cooler in santa rosa.
so, yes, you are going to continue to see the temperatures fall. from our south beach camera looking at a beautiful san francisco downtown. fog expands near the coast overnight tonight, cooling continues tomorrow, and looking at near average temperatures through friday. here is your hour-by-hour planner, your 12-hour planner for tuesday. tomorrow morning, definitely some fog near the coast. 50s, 60s. it will be sunny inland at noon time. you will notice by 4:00 p.m. it is a cooler afternoon. today we had some mid 90s to low 100s. not going to happy tomorrow. upper 80s inland, low 60s coast, and breezy in the evening. temperatures falling by 7:00 p.m. here is the hour-by-hour look what will happen. morning commute time 5:00 a.m., fog near the beaches and locally inland. you will notice around the east bay at 7:00 a.m., it pulls away but doesn't clear the coast at 11:00 a.m. it is sitting there all afternoon long, which we typically see in july. enjoy the fog and cooler air. you will definitely feel it in
tin land areas tomorrow. temperatures first thing in the more, low 50s to low 60s. then for the afternoon it still will be warm in south bay. 88 in delray, 87 san jose. mild 78 in pallet owe alto. 60s coast side and breezy. now, the fog will hang tough in the sunset district. 63 degrees, 66 downtown san francisco. still need the sunscreen in the north bay. 84 in santa rosa, head to the east bay and see blue skies. 77 in fremont. inland areas, warm, 87 in livermore, 88 in antioch. as i mention, not quite the kind of heat we've been dealing with. a wide range of temperatures expected onned with. low 60s to low 90s thurd. on friday it is a little warmer. you can download the walk app and keep track of the hour-by-hour, minute by minute forecast any time you want. it does feature the cooling continuing, summer spread for
wednesday, thursday, low 60s to low 90s. the temperatures are going up on friday, into the mid 90s. by this weekend flirting with 1 under degrees inland. not quite as hot last weekend. temperatures near the coast remaining steady as she goes, 60s. monday, a slight dip in the temperatures. if you want to look beyond the walk seven-day forecast, maybe the middle of next week, could see some showers. >> oh. >> that's what one model is saying. still far out. >> interesting. >> thanks, sandhya. >> okay. the warriors are looking
is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live" tonight with guillermo and mark hamill. you can watch every night right after "abc 7 news at 11:00." >> if you would like to be a warriors' dancer, auditions are less than a month away. ♪ >> the warriors' dance team released this video showing prior auditions and the current team in action. the whole audition takes about a week and will start on august 12th. they are excellent. it is super competitive. >> you ready? >> i was just working on some stuff, privately. >> awesome. >> got about two weeks. >> thank. >> to greatly improve. >> yeah. oh. >> excellent. >> boom! the giants and the a's both home tonight, both make news with attendance. i'm going to slow it down for the world
abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> the giant hosted the independentance and for the first time in seven years at&t was not sold out. the run of sellout ends. remember, the numbers are based on tickets sold, not actual fans in the park. the cast of major league in the house tonight. bottom of the third, gorkys hernandez going to line to left. joe panik is headed home. the throw from michael branltly and he is out! wait. check the replay. he missed the tag. foot is in there. overturned call. he is safe and it is a 1-1 game. next pitch, matt moore. pitcher helping his own cause. chopper up the middle scores hernandez and giants take a 2-1 lead.
a costly miscue. tied at three. the bunt thrown away. ramirez scores. indians 5-3. moore falls to 3 and 10. rays at the a's with less than 10,000 at the coliseum debating the top ten ray also of all time. fosse number one. cris davis goes high and deep. aloha. down 2-1. longoria golfs this one inside the foul pole, it is fair. his 14th. a's threaten in the ninth. scores alonso down from third. need a clutch hit from ryan healey. not going to get it. a's lose by 3-2. former a's steven voigt harbour town rocked. he was in some serious pain. he left the game and is currently being evaluated for neck and knee strains.
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