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we came into this series knowing what we're up against. we've seen this team three years in a row. and we've had the amazing battles with them. >> last night was amazing. that's for sure. tensions ran high at the end of the game as the warriors beat the cavs in overtime in game one of the nba finals. last night one of the biggest blunders in finals history with j.r. smith messing up brain lock at the worst possible moment. and lebron is don't you know what the score is? the cleveland cavaliers paid for his mistake. though i should point out it was 107/107 at the time he did not lose for them >> i mean, come on we won anyway nicely. >> yes the warriors will take game one after a scare and a lot of wakyness. with that we say good afternoon thanks for joining us larry beil. >> i'm ama daetz. there was of an unusual sight. look at this empty seats
cleveland espn radio host tweeted out the picture 30 minutes after the tip off showing dozens of empty upper deck seats >> you could palm the top of oracle from the seats. they're not a great seat. ticket prices for the fourth matchup between the cavs appear warriors were down but after the thrilling game that's changed. abc 7 news reporter wayne friedman has the story. >> reporter: at the farmer market in oakland it was a good day for warriors, most of them. >> that's a little steep. >> that's michelle louis talking not about points spreads but the surprise of admission but to this tlies, in our found-time even you have the die hards like these guys last night. >> we have to get our tickets. >> got to get it without picket. >> then the desperate. >> mr. ticket. >> people like stewart, a brokener known as mr. ticket. >> i'm a gambler i take chances. >> today's market for game 2 has been a wild ride. on stubhub you could have purchased standing room only for
$250. sin then prices doubled. a bounce from game one which according to to sources sold soft. >> well the first year is a band wagon year everybody wants to go and excitement. probably going for 50% more. >> for the record, brandon schneider who manages tickets for the warriors told us today that every game is sold out though tickets remain available on the secondary market. buy from warriors.com, i says you're guaranteed not counterfeit. >> we only saw 17 counterfeit tickets. >> out of 17596. >> which qualifies as good news we suppose. by the way if you're interested we know of secondary courtside seats at $50,000. >> that's a house payment. >> homo. >> that's a house payment. >> in oakland wayne friedman, abc 7 news. >> and a an experts tell us we sellers price tickets that high they're hoping for a late hour big score usually it doesn't happen though as of this afternoon you could sit courtside for a mere $11,500.
>> no you could sit courtside. between the two of us maybe. but there was so much drama, so many twists and turns. and that all started actually in the first half with the scarey moment for the warriors. the series appeared in jeopardy in the first quarter when j.r. smith slipped into klay thompson's leg. we were thinking torn ligament broken leg, broken ankle. it was merely a sprain. klay said today he is still sore but no doubt he is ready for game two on sunday. >> nothing too bad. lessor than last night. that's a great sign. and i expect it to heal up more by tonight hopefully. at this point in the year everybody is a little banged up. you got to play through it. and you can be sore going into the summertime. . that's how i look at it sflie like that attitude. abc 7 is the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. game two cavs warriors, sunday at oracle arena. we have a pregame at 4:00.
abc coverage at 4:30. tip off at 5:00 p.m. stay with us for the crazy recap because who knows what's happening on toyota after the game. all right. well let's turn our attention to weather because it is friday. let's take a live look from sutro tower. looks nice. it is the camera bouncing. >> could be windy. and warm this we could. spencer chris within the forecast. >> yes our end of the week warm jum has gun o begun. a look at doppler 7 despite the proses it's warm. 24-hour temperature change shows anywhere from 7 to -- to 17 degrees warmer in most locations right now than this time yesterday. let's go to santa cruz beach, the view 66 in san francisco right now. 71 in oakland. mountain view 77. 79 in san jose. 59 in half moon bay. and looking west to the golden gate from the east bay hills it's clear. 80 degrees in santa rosa. 79 in napa. novato is 81.
84 at fairfield. 82 at livermore. and it's breezy. we have gusts at 26 miles an hour in san francisco right now. and 10 to 25-mile-per-hour gusts generally krs the area. so today was warm tomorrow is hot. and i'll show you the hot spots in a few minutes. ama. >> thank you so much. california's largest wildfire in the state's recorded history is now officially out. nearly six months after it started. the thomas fire breck out on december 4th near the thomas college in ventura county. two people died because of the fire. charred more than 240 square files and reside 1,000 structure. >> announcer: dna tissue in trash led to the arrest of the suspected golden state killer. a judge ordered the release of arrest and search warrant documents in the case against joseph deangelo. the released documents are only in the murder cases in which deangelo has been charged, not any of the alleged sex crimes because he has yet to be formallily charged in any of those cases.
he is due back in court on july the 12th. new at four foush 50/50 santa cruz sheriff deputies have arrest add 15-year-old boy for a hammer attack in aptos that left three other boys with head injures. one critically injured. he is now in stable condition. investigators say they were able to identify and arrest the teenager from watsonville this morning. but they indicated that they believe there were other suspects involved in the attack and they vowed to track down every one of them. there are new details on the investigation after a woman's body was found in a stairwell at zuckerberg san francisco general hospital. 75-year-old luby lee anderson was reported missing may 20th. ten days later she was discovered in a stairwell at the power plant building on the campus. today the medical examiner said there is no evidence nechb was involved in anderson's death. but the exact cause of death hasn't been determined. across the nation and here in the bay area immigrant rights advocates rally today to protest
a trump administration policy. >> they say the policy is tearing families apart. abc 7 news anchor kristen and he will have more on the day of action for children coming up in will a little bit. we'll move ahead and talk about a situation in san jose with animal rights protests that are trying to get the word out about a rab i had bat. found at a work in the city's willow glen neighborhood the third positive test in santa clara county this year. chris wynn with the story. >> reporter: as we get closer to the official start of summer many visitors to san jose's willow street park were unprepared to see this. and this and this. >> this bat does it have a family? that has -- that is infected? >> multiple signs alerting the public about a bat that was found near the baseball field which tested positive for
rabies. >> what's to say there isn't another infected animal, squirrel or other animals running around the park that could easily come into contact with my kid or myself or someone else. >> the discovery was made by a visitor monday afternoon as families packed the park for the memorial day holiday. officers with san jose animal care and services quickly responded. >> leave the animal alone and contact our agency immediately. and then we will respond. >> county health officials confirmed the positive test on tuesday. that brings the total to three for 2018. infected animal can spread the virus by biting. in rare cases it can be selected if safla gets into an open wund or music membranes. specialists say it's rare to see bats in a residential area it's not out of the ordinary. >> it could have come from an attic or in the trees living in the hollow of a tree. anywhere warm.
up against the zblun the rabies virus can be fatal for humans and pets. and while it's hard to predict where the next bat might pop up some say it's another reminder to keep a close eye on what's happening around you. in san jose, chris wynn. >> they are trying to track down the person to called in the report to advise them to be checked out by a medical professional. new hope for a moberly health van destroyed by fire. how donors came to the rescue to bring live back to the van. >> you've seen it fly over the sporting eepts like the nba finals but you never get a vantage point like this join me as we go up and away in the good year blimp. >> dion, lucky. "7 on your side" michael finney taking questions on twitter and facebook. post them with the hashtag ask finney and he will be here to o answer questions live in a few minutes. looking at the traffic over the skyway, she on friday through frist on the right-hand
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abc 7 news was at frankly mckinley school district headquarters this morning where school officials raised this pride flag to welcome pride month. this is the second year of the special ceremony. it's an honor the school commitment to ensuring a safe and inclusive learning vitamin. another flag raising ceremony took place at santa clara city
hall. take a look. this is video provided by the city of santa clara. it's the second year santa clara has recognized its lgbtq community in this way. let's get back to the story we talked about earlier about immigrant rights and the advocating rallies today. they are protesting a policy put in place by the trump administration. >> they say the policy is tearing families apart. abc 7 news anchor kristen and he is here with more on the nash day of action for children. >> protests in 30 u.s. cities. this one at lunch outside the alameda county sheriff's office. the lots o protesters call the zero tolerance crackdown inhue mane. earlier this month homicide ordered federal prosecution against anyone caught cause crossing the border illegal. this means parents and children are separated since the kids can't be held in adult jails. in the past month up to 700 children are held at shelters while parents are in custody. >> to stop this practice, to stop it immediately. we're against it.
we're going to keep raising our voice. and we are going to fight against this practice. >> by now you are looking at the protest in los angeles. there was one in san diego and one in santa rosa tonight. all these activists say the trump administration is breaking with the longstanding u.s. policy of letting families stay together while their cases are processed they are demanding that congress stop funding immigration and customs enforcement. meantime, the aclu has filed a lawsuit against the administration. president trump for his part is blaming the separation on laws he attributes to democrats. larry. a suspicious fire four months ago destroyed a mobile health van that serves the homeless. . a new one will take its place thanks to donors covering a marilyn pores of the cost. here our our reporter david louie. >> reporter: the mobile van was a critical tool to provide regular health care to the homeless but someone set it on fire in february.
>> we need to get it replaced as soon as possible. >> however insurance only covered part of the $250,000 needed to buy and equip a new one. members of the leadership group stepped into action raising as the 150,000 needed in ten days from companies such as western digital, net gear and kla 10 corps. we are sitting in the backup unit but the new one is under construction in southern california and will be hitting the south bay by late fall. it will be outfitted with exam tables and chairs, instruments to take blood pressure and temperature and a sfensry. the non-profit gardener health services operates the van caring for more than 2,700 homeless people a year. the van is able to care for diabetes, hypertension, asthma drug addiction and respiratory illness. >> you never know what a warm hand will do and how will affects the person. sometimes it's just a matter of living another day. because it is stressful. it is difficult. it is kalking. >> patricia gutierrez received care from the van a few years
ago when she had financial problems. >> i was so grateful because they helped me out with a good exam. and medications that i needed. and it was a god send. >> the new van will restore weekly visits to ten mobile sites. >> that's showing continuity to our people out there expecting us there every week. and everything is just going to be back to normal. i'm so excited and grateful. >> made possible by donors who want to serve the homeless. in san jose, david louie, abc 7 news. gardener health was started 50 years ago by stanford medical students to care for migrant workers. today it serves the homeless and low income family. facebook is no longer trending the menlo social media triend is shutting down the trending news section after four years they say the feature is outdated and not popular. it couldn't distinguish between real and fake news. facebook is now testing new features such as a breaking news label that publishers can add to
stories. google is blaming wikipedia for the search results that said the ideology of the california republican party includes naziism. a search of change records shows the term naziism was added to the wikipedia entry twice in the last week before being taken down by other editors. google quickly removed the section on ideology calling the change vandalism, state republican leaders called the search results a disgrace. on clear days you can see the east bay from the san francisco water front. and now even if it's totally fogged in you can see farther east like all the way to israel from the embarcadero. what? yes. people walking by this object might think, it's an oil rigor a space craft. it's actually a very high tech periscope home to a camera. the camera near pier 23 deliver as live individual fee to hiva, israel. if you look in the periscope you would see live images capre
atop an identical tower in hiva. >> it's nighttime because of the time drarchs difference because you pan rahema of the city with lights. you can see the harbor there. probably more interesting at night here when it's day time there. >> how cool is that. >> incredible. >> yeah. the tower designer grew up in the mission district, a former attorney. he gave you practicing law to be an artist. >> wow. well it's going to be a beautiful weekend to be outdoors but if you plan going to yosemite it's costing more. entrance fees went up $50 o 5 to $35 for a car today at yosemite. fees are going up at 116 other national parks. including san francisco maritime park costing $15 per person for entrance. the national park service says the money will help improve and maintain facilities. and i'm no not an expert but i have a feeling it's warmer this weekend. we do have an expert fortunately. >> we have one.
oh, yeah. >> you. >> it's a lot warmer. we're going to have a high uv index. bare that in mind because unprosecuted exposure to the sun might be damaging to health. a look at live doppler 7. we have sunny skies. even warmer conditions today. warmer than. but warmer still over the week. a look at current surface wind. you can see it's brozy gusty in spots. gusts at 26-mile-per-hour here in san francisco right now 23. down at half moon bay and about 10 to 20-mile-per-hour winds everywhere else. a live view from the abc pier 39 camera. look at sea lions out there sunning themselves on this lovely friday. these are the forecast features. sizzlinged sunshine this weekend. mild at the coast and warm around the shoreline. cooler early next week. let's look at overnight conditions. clear skies through the overnight period. overnight lows will be mainly in the low 50s. maybe upper 40s along the
coastline and up in parts of the north bay valleys. tomorrow afternoon look for sizzling heat in the inland. low to mid-90s- upper 90s in the north bay. 92 at santa rosa. 92 at clover dale. the inland east bay 90s. around the shoreline upper 80s. another view at santa cruz bech at the uv index. very high. only 10 to 25 minutes for sun burn to occur. bear that in mind if you're exposed to the sun. the most will be from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. appear and we are the sun screen. sunday still hot inland. not as hot as tomorrow but still low to mid-90s. cooling down significantly near the coast and the bay on sunday. and we'll see cooler conditions in all areas on monday as it gets breezy. and cooler still on tuesday. here we go looking at the accuweather seven-day forecast, sizzling heat over the week,
especially inland within warm around the bay as well mild on the coast. once again cooling begins across the entire region monday. and then down to wednesday we'll see probably the coolest day in the seven-day forecast period. no rain expected just increasing clouds. breezy and cool and then temperatures rebound as the end of the week. >> we haven't seen 90s in a long sfliem not a long time. and two day was that weather. saturday and sunday. good to have it on the weekend i guess. most people want to get out and do outdoor stuff. >> thank you. get ready for big traffic and big laughs as clusterfest rolls into san francisco this weekend. and lunch with warren buff et going for some really really big bucks, not too late to bid,
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a price for a private noontime nosh with billionaire war enbutt seven over $3 million and climbing. buffett has done this for 18 years during which time he raised more than $26 million for san francisco's glide foundation. the oracle of omaha says he supports glide because of the remarkable work the charity does to help people rebuild lives. if you want to bid, you have until 7:30 tonight. nobel memorial prize medal awarded a oakland native auctioned for omas shelling is
received the gold medal back in 2005. shelling was best known for expertise on game theory. and by elaborating on this theory is credited with limiting the danger of nuclear war. the proceeds go to the southern poverty law center, a civil rights advocacy group. thousands of kmty fans pouring into the civic center tonight for the beginning of clusterfest. we got a behind the scenes peek at the stage for and exhibit areas. one of the most memory rabl exhibits could be inside the auto toerm where a deep from daily show shet up the donalddd trump twitter library. they can compose their own tweets from a thrown. and they can assigned as h oppo >> donald trump has a way of giving you a nickname. and it sticks for life. i'm convinced that ted cruz's grandchildren will call him
lying ted. >> the festivals will feature a slate of rising young comedians with stars like john stewart and trevor into o noah from the daily show. if you are driving in the area this week you want to plan ahead. clusterfest closes all these streets many million monday. the poke immuny right will be affected access to the groves street ac will be maintained for voters. >> the on again off again summit with north korea back on. >> you people will have to travel because you'll nba singapore on june 12th. >> what the president is saying about that meeting and the about that meeting and the sanctions againsttheinstein ( ♪ ) your heart doesn't only belong to you. . entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps improve your heart's ability
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>> announcer: live, where you live, this is abc 7 news. and here are the stories making headlines at 40. a judge ordered documents related to the murders joseph deangelo is charmed with in the golden state killer case to be unsealed and released. anything related to a sex crime will remain sealed because prosecutors have jet to file charges in those cases. leslie brinkley tweeted out this update about three abused dogs in the east bay. there is now a $15,000 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction. could be an interesting night in berkeley. craws setting up for a speechly
franklin graham at caesar chavez park. protests are planned there. president trump says the north korea summit is back on. the date is june the 12th. this after a letter from kim jong un was delivered to the president in the oval office today. abc news reporter serena marshall has the latest developments. >> you people will have to travel because you'll be in singapore in june 12th. >> the declaration followed his receipt of a letter from the leader kim jong un hand delivered by his top envoy. the letter had to be respected by u.s. officials before reaching president trump's hands. >> really this was a letter presentation that ended up being a two-hour conversation. >> in total, they met an hour and 20 minutes. the visit began with black u.s. government vehicles pulling up to the residence. the former north korean spy kim jong un's top negotiator for talk kim yong-chol greeted by john kelly. no sign of the president as the group walked on the rose garden colin aid making their way to the oval office.
a window, the only glimpse inside. secretary pompeo seen nodding along. john kelly pacing. friday afternoon as they emerge the president escorting him to vehicles continuing the conversation flanked by translators before topping to pose for photos. >> it's a process. we're not signing -- we're not going in and signing something june 12th. we'll have a relationship. and it will start on june 12th. >> thursday north korean dictator kim jong un reaffirmed commitment to denuclearization of the korean peninsula according to the media but express hope for a phase the out process. >> president trump said the sanctions. -- all right. we aapologize that was serena marshall reporting. the newly imposed tariffs on steel and lum yum from canada and mexico went into effect and our allies are fighting back. >> the tariffs are totally unacceptable. >> this is for the weakening of
the trans-atlantic relations. >> the worst-case scenario presented, imposing tariffs. >> all are threatening retaliation with equally stiff tariffs against hundreds of u.s. goods including blue jeans, bushen and toilet paper. >> this could have an effect on you with higher place priss on airplanes, canned drinks and cars. >> president trump is asking why comedian samantha bee still has a job after using a vulgar term to describe his daughter ivanka. >> the comments came days after roseanne bar was fired are abc. abc news reporter natalie has the latest. >> president trump taking to twitter condemning tbs and time warner for allowing samantha bee to keep her job after using vulgar language to describe daughter ivanka. why aren't you fire no talent samantha bee for the horrible language on her show. a total double standard. but that's okay. the fire storm erupting after bee hammered the first daughter
about her support for her father's griming policy. calling her a slur so crude we can't repeat it. she went on to say. >> put on something tight and low cut and tell for father to stop it. >> press secretary sarah sanders prompted an apology from bee who tweeted it was inappropriate and inexcusable i crossed a line and regret it bee's comments stirring controversy two days after the cancelling of roseanne because its star posted a racist tweet about jalvy jarrett. a tweet president trump has yet to condemn despite a swift call for bee's firing. some calling that a double standard. an op-ed in the l.a. times said quote being foul mouthed is not the same as a white person calling a black person an ape or a jewish holocaust survivor a nazi. >> two major advertisers have pulled ads from the full frontal. auto trader and state farm. but the show's fate at this
point remains unclear. natalie bruneaule. abc news los angeles. new development in the harvey weinstein case. a new rape allegation has been made against weinstein as part of a lawsuit alleging that he had helped covering up his misconduct with women. that lawsuit was filed by three women including one who says that weinstein assaulted and raped her at a manhattan hotel back in 2011. a lawyer for weinstein did not respond to a request for comment. officials say they are seeking the death penalty against a man and woman accused of killing a deputy in tennessee. stephen joash wigans and erica mimes charged with premeditated murder. daniel baker was killed wednesday responding to a call a suspicious car. wigans was arrested after a manhunt. castro miles caught wednesday efrmgts let us tainted with e. coli being blamed with the death of four more across the u.s. that brings the toll to five. one of the five people who died was from california.
america's largest e. coli outbreak in a taekd steps from romaine let us in yuma arizona. they say it's unlikely more people will get sick. e. coli sickened nearly two hundred in 35 states. the volcano on hawaii still erupting. officials say it's time for residents in mandatory evacuation areas to leave now. the civil defense agency says people in the areas have until 6:00 tonight to get out. people who stay put in those mandatory evacuation areas are putting their lives at risk because authorities say they will not enter those mandatory evacuation areas to search for anybody who decides they don't want to leave. there are new developments in the story of the 30-year-old unemployed man whose parents wanted him evicted from the new york home. he is out of there. michael packed up and left this morning two and a half hours before his noon delinquent. last week a judge agreed with
his parents he needed to move out he has received financial support from a conservative radio talk show host and says he will stay in an airbnb he said he will never talk to his parents again. wow. bizarre. >> yes. the battle over phone addiction and way there is hope. >> plus another weekend, another opportunity to see people running around san francisco. the event that let's people explore the city and explore their creative side. i'm spencer christian. this weekend will be an opportunity to enjoy summer-like warmingth. look at the blue skies. staying that way a while. the maybe you could save energy by weaving your own shoes... out of flax. or simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing, with energy upgrade california. i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission.
>> haven't you dreamed about running around the city solving puzzles wearing a bear costume. live a little. in sf you get a randomly generated name. you solve riddles around the city. because we live in modern times the phone keeps you honest. >> using our smartphone app you prove that you're at the right location by taking a photo or video. when that happens we basically grab your gps location and if you're in the right place, the app knows and gives you credit. >> team hand stand puts the skachger hunt on. to see if they could get total stranger to form a human peer mied like you have to do in their game. they did it wear bear heads what a time to be alive. if you can't make it to the hundred head over to cal hollow for the union street music festival. notice music in the name. they got an overhaul last year and doubled the bands playing. beer and wine tasting available.
this free event is saturday and sunday. in mission bay sake,sume o sushi showdown exactly what it sounds like. i have to explain thesume o part. if you want to put on the big padded outfits and roll around. eept after thesume o. spark venue is the event. find the links at abc7news.com. look for hood line and have fun this weekend. now the accuweather forecast with spencer christian. certainly we'll have sun this weekend. that's for sure. got it now as you can see live doppler 7. overnight skies clear. low temperatures into the low 50s on the coast so lom o some lower lows in the 40s. tomorrows high will soar to mid-to up upper 90s in the inland east by. mid-to upper 90s in the north by. down south san jose top out at 90 degrees. lots of 80s around the bay shoreline. and close to 70 on the coast. and speaking of the coast we go to santa cruz beach to give you a view of the- of the very high
uv index which expect tomorrow. it will take only about 20 to 25 minutes for sun burn. limit exposure to the sun if you are not wearing sun screen. here is the ac weather seven-day forecast. it's hot inland both days this weekend. it will start to cool down monday. further cooling to the middle of the we can. temperatures moderate and sort of hold a steady pattern. lots of heat our way especially inland on saturday and sunday. >> thanks, spencer. conquering a modern phobia. do you know what what nomophobia is in it might be something you have. . and we'll show you how to conquer it. >> "7 on your side" michael finney. when booking travel, should you bundle hotel
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if seeing your phone battery dwindle down to empty gives you angst. you may need a doctor. >> what are you at. >> i'm good. >> jessica castro explains why you may have a case -- you don't but might have a case of nomophobia. >> most of us know the feeling. panic sets in. when you realize you've left your phone at home. >> i can feel myself getting anxious. >> i don't know how people used to do it. >> when if you start to sweat you could have nomophobia defined in the mere yam webster as a fear of being without access to a working cell phone. >> you have cell phone addiction why do you say that. >> because i think i'm constantly on my phone. when it impose out of battery i do panic. >> believe it or not there is even an app for that, with the,
the die with me app is a cat room for people suffering with anxiety from low battery. you can't log on until you're at 5%. >> what was your reaction to the app. >> i was surprised how hilarious it was. the people were bonding instantly. >> i showed the app to this doctor who runs the compulsive disorder clinic. the dangerous powers of the e personality. >> it makes sense they commune over the shared high anxiety and shared unique problem. it's lab tongue in cheek of course. >> but he says the idea behind apps like die with me isn't new. it's teleskieftry where they get help remotely. starting decades ago with self-help on cassettes and cds, on the internet now phones and pretty soon virtual reality and artificial intelligence could help cure addictions.
the dr. says the addiction is real. >> nomophobia one way of looking at it is sort of a realization of the vulnerability that we all sense without that extra appendage we now have. we have faced with a situation where our attachment to our devices is looking for a lot of people very similar to unhealthy attachments we have to substances or other behaviors. >> the science is new but a recent study done in asia concretely showed an imbalance in brain chemistry of young people addicted to smartphones. stanford professor mark winter mark is familiar. >> basically the the mri scanner of teenagers affected with addiction to cell phones and they were able to find changes in the brains of those teenagers. >> the changes were seen in brain function or how we process information. but more studies are needed to determine if the changes are positive or negative.
one thing the study did prove, the changes were not permanent. >> all the changes were reversible when the addiction to the cell phone use was reversed. >> in palo alto, jessica castro, abc 7 news. it's time for ask finney. "7 on your side" michael finney answering questions sent to him. michael, the first comes from isaac who says i received an offer to stay overnight at hotel and casino for-free. i called the number but no answer. is it a scam? >> it could be phoney. not necessarily. here is what i want you to do go online get the casino main telephone number and give them a call ask for reservations if it's legit they will know about it. the only other thing it probably would be a time share deal. they do a lot of those. you want to know who is inviting you. if it's a casino they're just hoping you gamble. >> yes. jeanie from san jose asks i'd like to check my credit score for free you get this a lot.
>> this is easy. before you could get the credit report. it's tough to get a credit story. many are offering free scores as you go online. you have to sign up. and you know be part of your bank's system. but you can get a free credit store every day. then you can check out free credit score.com or credit karma.com. i'll post-links at abc7news.com. they're all over the place. you have to work a little bit but not hard. >> andrea asks i'm asking for a summer or fall vacation. shut i book hotel and flight sfratly or together. >> typically cheaper to book together. nonetheless track the prices separately. that way you can see if they're up or down and what's a good deal and what's not. check out die yack.com or another similar site and they're alert you when prices drop if you ask for a price alert. if you have a question for me you can record a 10 to
15-second long question share it on social media use the hashtag ask finney. you can reach me on facebook and through abc7news.com, almost a always bundling those two together will save you money and sew will putting a flit with a rental car. sometimes saving a lot of money. >> good to know. >> thanks. today happens to be national doughnut day, in case nobody told you. one charity honored veterans by gichg ou doughnuts in san francisco. abc 7 news was on third street when the salvation army gave ou doughnuts at the downtown v.a. clinic. you didn't have to be a veteran to receive a doughnut. a lot of commuters walking and driving enjoyed the doughnuts and so did veterans coming to the clinic. there is a new spelling bee champion. >> koinonia. >> that is correct. >> look at that smile.
14-year-old of mckinney texas correctly spelled the winning word. a greem term for spiritual commune. he was interviewed. >> koinonia. i didn't know what it was didn't know how to pel it did you know immediately how to pel it. >> yeah. >> how? how did you know that word? >> well, it was a word that i had studied. >> yeah, 12-year-old from dublin made it to the finals but was eliminated on her first word. still did well. >> yeah. i got this. >> i got this. >> i knew it. >> up, up and away. goes hand in hand with the nba finals. high in the sky with the iconic good year blimp. >> and kristen with what's on new at 5:00 zbloonchts new at 5:00. the long shot political raffle. the son of reverend bill graham hits the bay area to urge evangelicals to vote and wint
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. coming up ton on abc 7 at 8:00 it's a new episode of quantico followed by shark tank at 9:00. at 10:00 be sure to watch 2020. don't miss abc 7 news at 11:00. if you happen to watch game one of the nba finals here on abc 7 last night, you probably saw shots like this one over oracle arena. >> yeah it's pretty cool. we have the goodyear blimp to thank. it's been an icon over major sporting events since the '50s. >> abc 7 news anchor doo dion lyme drew the tough assignment of taking it for a spin over the bay area. >> good the goodyear new blimp flies over bay area events it's home base at the livermore
airport. goodyear only flies corporate customers and charity auction winners with select members of media when my photograph and i had the opportunity to get onboard we jumped at the chance. >> the blimp holds up to 12 passengerings and two pilots who have a special treat in store. >> my plan was we look off out of livermore cruised past south of hayward cruise over to the golden gate bridge. alcatraz >> any nerves we have during take off. >> here we go. >> quickly dissipate when we look out the window. >> a lot of people are a little nervous because they've never been on the airship before. but then they realize how peaceful and it's quiet and scenic and relaxing. >> compared to a plane, the goodyear blimp is really quiet and because we're flying at only 1500 feet and the windows are big you get the views of iconic images like the golden gate bridge. >> the blimp floats above whales
and alcatraz using the equivalent of half a million to 2 million party balloons capturing the images including the shots over oracle aaron. including this man. louis nofr o. >> i've bun nba finals. stanley cup finals. world series. you name it we've done it. >> before we know it the 3-hour tour is coming to a crosswith enough pictures and memories to last a lifetime. >> the views are sprkt. >> with the best seat in the house i'm dion lyme, abc 7 news. >> gorgeous. there are three goodyear blimps stationed in california, ohio and florida. . the one in ohio will be used for the games in cleveland next week. >> three and four. abc 7 is the only place you can watch the nba finals presented by youtube tv. game 2, cavs versus warriors sunday at oracle aaron. early start plan for that.
pregame at 4:00. abc coverage at 4:30. tip i don't have at 5:00 appear after the game. thank you for joining us for abc 7 news at 4:00 ama daetz. >> larry beil. abc 7 nuts at 5:00 starts now. if we have an individual doing this to animals have they been doing this to a human being. >> that's what the oakland police want to find out urgently. they need help finding a case of abused puppies. the culprit search going up. >> the we know how authorities got the golden state killer dpa. >> the son of billy graham is courting conservatives and getting out the vote. >> rising from the ashes south bay companies step up to bring health care. and new word wordandre igdl officials in the east bay are fearful whoever is maiming
and tortures puppies of all things could also be abusing people. good evening i'm dan ashley. >> kristen sze thanks for joining us. leslie brinkley sprouss to the third puppy found in a garage heap over garbage heap that is this week. >> reporter: meet chloe. >> this 4-month-old shepherd husky mix underwent major reconstructive surgery on the jaw. they was the third puppy found at 89th avenue and g street over the weekend. >> saturday, may 26th, two dogs were found left in a trash pile with significant injuries. one dog had the foot cut off. the other had the jaw broken. >> you look great. >> frea's jaw break was severe. she was covering in foster care in fremont. her sister is getting along with a severed rear paw. officials say they have never seen this level of