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let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist francis in this morning for lisa argen. >> there's extensive cloud cover and a satellite image. it's already starting to break up through parts of the east bay . the clouds will stick around throughout the day. we're just going to be dealing with low clouds in next hour. the drizzle should be gone. temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s. clearing by noon for many areas and a mix of sun and clouds this afternoon. we should be dry the rest of the day. temperatures close to yesterday's numbers. inland near 80. around the bay near 70 and still
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cool at the coast. i ve a big warm uoutp comin tg accuweather sfeven-day forecast and that's coming shortly. developing news out of new jersey. one person is dead and 22 are injured at a shoot out after a 24 hour art celebration in tr trent trenton. shots were fired2:45 this morning local time. official say the person killed, a is sapt a susu multiple people began shooting and police have recovered multiple weapons. >> all of a sudden by brother goes, you hear the gunfire. i go sounds like fireworks. he goes, no that's gunfire. everybody is running down the
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street. >> the rest of the weekend event has been cancelled. berkeley police are investigating a fatal drowning. the man was pulled out after falling from his canoe. >> reporter: the u.s. coast guard rushed by air and sea. the he pulled the man out from the water after calling 911. >> i'm sorry for him but what was he doing out here this time of day in this wind. >> reporter: they found the man east vest, a few personal items and an ore. >> you could see something. rep
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men pulled the man from the water and took him to shore. >> the coroner's office will transport him where they will try to identify him and notify the next of kin. the controversy continues over the trump administration of separating childrens and parents. those children who cross the border by themselves and need help with legal proceedings to stay in the country. bay area charity hit the soccer tod elry t for those kids. >> i'm so glad they send me here
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and they leave me here in united states. >> reporter: four years ago she fled guatemala where she was being abused by a family member. she made the tough decision to leave everyone and everything behind for better life on her own. >> i miss my parents but i know i'm good here, better than >> reporter: it's stories like hers that prompted them to put on the tournament. spanish for soccer with a the event raised money for unaccompanied minors who cross the border but still face an uphill battle seeking alsylasyl. the event was a nice reprieve for these kids. many who were unable to go outside and play because of violence. >> they have gangs. they have a lot of violence. they don't have the impressive lenl -- privilege to go outside and play. >> reporter: that' these immigrant children risk
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their lives. >> i told the police if they want to send me back, send me to another country, not to guatemala and not to mexico. >> reporter: she's now a permanent resident. not every child is as fortunate. president trump is trying to shift focus of the debate on illegal immigration from separating families to stopping criminals. this follows the department of homeland security announcement nearly 2,000 children have been separated from their parents during the past two months. many of those children wind up in tent cities near america's border with mexico. president trump channelled democrats in his weekly address. >> ms-13 gang members are truly, and you've heard me say it, animals. tye pelosi and washington
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democrats continue to protect them and to push for open borders. >> the president with one swipe of his pen could end this policy tomorrow. >> the trump administration insists those detained children are being well cared for. california is one of seven states allowed medically aidede after been challenged in court last month, the right to die law has been e instate e e e e e e e >> it's frustrating. >> reporter: it's because of dan and his wife the law is in effect. britney suffered from brain cancer and made the decision to move their family to life endin. she passed way in november o
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2014. >> for me it's significant. i remember what britney was going through and the chaos she was having to endure of leaving our home and move to another state. >> reporter: in the last six months just over 100 californians exercised the right to die. a uc berkeley study shows 76% support the legislation. last month a judge declared the law unconstitutional. >> it put a stay on the lower court's ruling while this appeal's process goes forward. >> reporter: attorney johni eisneberg has been watching closely and represents several people who want to die. >> i think a lot of critically ill people are breathing a big sigh of relief. they know they can use the end of life thiis. onti just the beginning of a long fight ahead. >> this is the promise that i made to britney so that no terminally ill individual would ever have to go through what she
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went through. >> reporter: abc 7 news. >> we reached out to several groups that pose the right to law die. we did not get a response. a grass fire that broke out in concord yesterday afternoon quickly grew to 25 acres because of high winds. it took fire crews more than two hours to fully contain the flames burning along the road between willow pass court oond driftwood drive. our walnut creek camera captured black smoke rising beyond the trees. the chp shut down traffic while firefighters gain control. those winds are responsible for knocking down trees. take a look at this one tweeted these photos to warn ri residents.
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there was a bigger mess where this 100 foot fell into a home. several vehicles causing a truck to catch fire. there were no reports of injuries. we have been dealing a lot with the winds. t today not as breezy. here is a live shot. we're starting off with lots of gray skies. as you're heading to the north beach festival, it will still be on the cool side in the mid-60s and we'll see the sea breeze again this afternoon and evening. i'll have your complete forecast coming up and i've been p seeing a big warm pup. a big warm pup. a taxicab
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crystal geyser alpine spring water starts here, a big warm pup. a taxicab passes through here, d is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally. and i recently had hi, ia heart attack. it changed my life. but i'm a survivor. after my heart attack, my doctor prescribed brilinta. it's for people who have been hospitalized for a heart attack. brilinta is taken with a low-dose aspirin. no more than 100 milligrams
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how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. abc 7 news was in san francisco when music filled the air at one of bay area longest running street festivals. this marks the 64th year for the north beach festival. it attracts thousands of people to enjoy music, shopping and food. one of people selling crafts why she thinks this festival is
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special. >> i feel like the crowd is a lot of locals but then you have the tourists and people that have come. i feel like there's a lot of history here. >> the north beach fets value is open again today from 10:00 until 6:00. the annual blessing of the animals which is always a big deal is at the shrine of francis at 2:00 this afternoon. happy father's day. we're starting off with live doppler 7 and we're already seeing some breaks in the low clouds through parts of east bay right now. we first saw this morning and we have lots of extensive cloud cover. you can see bits of blue out there already and temperatures are climbing. san francisco is 59. oakland, 60. even low 60s in mountain view. gilroy at half-moon bay.
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we have some cotton ball clouds here over san jose. more temperatures for you, 50s and 60s right now. napa 60. low 60s through fair field and concord. even livermore already climbing up to 67 degrees. winds are coming from the south. it's a bit of a different pattern instead of northwest flow that we see. as they come from the south and wind slopes downhill from the santa cruz mountains it will dry and warm. you'll get clearing a bit faster in the south bay and also in the east bay. in fact, our forecast animation shows some clouds thinning out in the 10:00 hour. then you notice by this evening and afternoon fill in from the coast, fromhe southwest and tomorrow morning we'll wake up to the low clouds again. highs will range from upper 50s to near 80 degrees. be breezy but not as breezy as yesterday. san francisco 64. mid-60s for the north beach
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festival. you'll still need the sunscreen and jacket for when it cools down. san jose pretty mild and notice still frit cloudy over santa cruz. our warmest spots will be near fairfield. also if you're headed to the san mateo fair it should be nice and sunny by this afternoon. have a jacket handy. lows tonight will be in if low 50s to mid-50s. then we will see the cloud cover once again. antioch is 78. high pressure builds. stalls for a little bit. then it picks back up again.
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here's a look at the seven-day forecast. injoy your father's day. the drizzle is all gone. it will be dry the rest of the day. temperatures similar to the rest of yesterday. a little bit of breeze on wednesday. summer soltise on thursday. the pride weekend is next weekend so it does mean warm weather for san francisco. it will be pretty busy here i'm sure. >> those hundreds of thousands of people who come will
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jay-z and beyonce surprised fans by dropping a joint album. everything is love is sending the internet into a frenzy as is the music video. we swhee what the album is vea g i revealing about the marriage.
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>> reporter: only queen bee and jay-z can shoot a video at the louve. awaiting their long awaited first album. >> they've had a long, rich musical relationship that began in 2002 with the duet '03 bonnin and clyde. >> reporter: they took over the museum but dancing all throughout in front of many famed pieces of art for the song which we can't actually say on tv. the new album mixes bold lyrics with visuals while tackling everything from race to politics. to mare much talked about marriage. ♪ i believe we made it". >> reporter: in the past using lemonade to address their relationship ups and downs. >> we're using our art
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like a therapy session. >> reporter: now they use the nine tracks to send a message to fans around the world. they're stronger than ever. >> it's been a crazy month for music but today beyonce and her husband made the world stop in the only way
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let's treat them that way. milk-bone. doing more for dogs since 1908. welcome back. happy father's day on this sunday, june 17th. well after days of suspension following the june 5th election, san francisco will soon swear in a new mayor. board of supervisor president london breed will take office once the votes are certified. she's joining us to talk about your priorities. it was an agonizing wait for a
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lot of people as the votes were being counted. i'm woerndering what it was lik for you. >> it's agonizing. the votes have been counted and i'm excited about moving forward and getting the job done for all san franciscons. the energy out feels so different. people are excited about the future. >> let's talk about once you hit the grounds running, your priorities in first 100 days. >> my priorities are some of the things i talked about throughout the campaign trial. i want to make sure we remove the tent encampments. i've been in conversation with a number of people who have places and rooms available. i want to make sure the budget gets past and we hire more police officers. i want to make sure that muni is running a lot better. there's a number of things that we'll need to do to get the city on the right track.
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i'm gong to hit ting to hit the running and hopefully see amaze things happen within those first 100 days. >> of course you'll need cooperation from the board of supervisors and during this hard fought campaign tfrs really fakture efa -- it was really a fakturactured b. how do you get through that? >> we went through campaigns that are divisive. they lead to some channels and when i was elected, re-elected board president after my re-election to the supervisor seat we worked so well together last year with the goal. my goal is let's work together and i truly believe that we have a number of members of the board of supervisors who really care about france and getting the job done and we will work together to do that. >> one of the things you have to do is appoint someone to fill your district five seat that
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covers hays valley western edition, some of those neighborhoods. what are the characteristics that you're looking for. >> i'm looking for someone who really cares about the city. someone who cares about the community. someone who understands there are challenges with district five that still need to be addressed. one who will work with people despite differences. i've had a number of challenges with constituencies but i still work with them regardless of those challenges for the purpose of taking care of the district. >> your election is historic. you'll be the first black woman to run the city. still talk a bit about being a trail blazer.
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>> it feels incredible. what i've seen is young people, kids in particular are inspired. young girl who is say they want to be supervisor or mayor. something i never even thought of when i was their age. that's what's exciting about what happened here. electing a woman to be mayor. that's pretty amazing. i think san francisco is a great city and people are excited about that. it's important to remember because i clearly outline i'm prepared to deal with these challenges that we know exist around homelessness, housing public safe and things that matter to san francisco.
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>> you have more first place votes than any other candidate. i think your story was compelling to a lot of people, ko coming from public housing and rising up. your grandmother passed away, i'm sure she's looking over you. >> i feel like she's always with me because her voice is a lot of times in my head. i find myself saying some of the things she used to say to me. i feel like i've become her. she used the pierce ears of folks in the community. people couldn't afrt for their ears to get peeierced.ierced.ied she did so much. i find myself preshting all she did. the focus for the community. all of that is part of who i am
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as a person as well. i'm grateful to her. i know she would be proud because i gave her a lot of trouble as a kid. now all of it was worth it because she never gave up on me and so i will never give up on san francisco in trying to make it a better place for all of us. >> congratulations to you. i know you've said you'll be amayor for all san francisco. we wish you well in your endevour. we know the department of election expect to have votes certified and the swearing in ceremony is expected july 11th. that's the date we're hearing and congratulations and thank you for being here this morning. >> thank you for having me. now let's take a look at the weather with our meteorologist. >> all right. we're looking at low clouds right now with live doppler 7 and the satellite image. it's already starting to break up.
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a few hundreds of an inch but it should be dry the rest of the day. temperatures will be in the low 60s to 50s beez reezy at the co. near 80 inland. around the bay near 70. at the coast for 50s. sunsets at 8:33 tonight. we're going to see start of a warm up and less cloud cover we can see temperatures reaching the 90s by the end of the week which mean a very warm weekend. next weekend for prides parade in san francisco.
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some serious news out of russia. moscow police are investigating a taxicab crash that sent eight people to the hospital including two mexican world cup fans. that cab crashed into pedestrians along red square. the driver saying he fell asleep at the wheel and accidental hit the gas. the use of vehicles as weapons have been a security concern. police in indiana are investigating a shooting that's killed the brother of a sacramento kings player. roger randolph was shot and killed early yesterday morning outside a bar about 60 miles from indianapolis. investigators don't know what led up to the shooting but they
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don't think it was a random attack. police have not identified any suspects. so far no arrests have been made. new developments about a plan to create a city wide broad band internet service for all san francisco residents and businesses. that project will not be moving forward. he had until tuesday to submit a proposal. they will continue to research how market conditions and oject.uction would affect the this is definitely going to make you feel guilty for buying your dad a tie for father's day. a florida woman gave her father a kidney.
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he needed a transplant after the kidneyhe received four years ago was starting to show failure. his daughter was match. >> i was beginning to feel worse. >> he didn't look well. i didn't know how much time he had. it's hard for a child to look at your parent and say that. >> doctors say since this was his second transplant there were many risks involved but the surge rewent off without a hitch and both are thankful for this gift of life this father's day. could this be a day of shopping as you celebrate dad. >> reporter: it's the time to celebrate dad and shop for deals. retailers across the country rolling out special father's day discounts on everything from last minute gifts to bargains for the whole family.
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>> some of the best deals you'll see are home improvement store, department stores and furniture stores seeing discounts anywhere between 40 to 70% off. >> reporter: dicks sporting goods offering 20% off one item and $20 off gift cards. this set is now $150 down from 300. at best buy, discounts on electronics and apple devices like 50 there are off this apple watch series 3. at target, a $300 gift card with purchase of this sam sung galaxy s9. at macy's an extra 20% off with promo code, dad. the deals on those tend to get better come black friday and if you're on the mke for a grill, well, it pays to wait until the end of summer.
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take a look at the hot dog eating champ. he came close to break his own record. this is video provided by six flags opinion he consumed 72 hot dogs in ten minutes. that's short of his record of 73.5. they will join kmchestnut. they won yesterday's regional ti titles. seven-day foreca here's a live look from our east bay hills camera. you see the extensive cloud
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cover there dissipate. a cool day on tap but the rest frs on. shortly with full up accuweather forecast. crystal geyser alpine spring water starts here, passes through here, and is bottled right here.n soc. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally. ice cream inspired iced coffee is here at dunkin'
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how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. travel from its source crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. happy father's day to the dads and father gfigures out there. this is a live look from our golden gate bridge camera. you see the fog really hang ng there. francis here in just a second. happening today, recreational salmon fishing opens in the ft. bragg and san
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francisco area. recreational anglers are allowed to catch two salmon two feet long per day. ta yrou fishing today. it's a reasonable day. >> the drizzle we had in nta cruz mountain s over now. i'll try to steal a secretolyn get a mix of sun and clouds. mild temperatures today but a g,bi b upcoming up. i'll have details shortly. >> eborydy guy doing the cooking, not me. >> that's true.
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in sports many dads will be watching baseball this father's day. the a's will triy to win their game against the a's.
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first pitch at dodger stadium is at 1:10. we have highlights in this spor >> reporter: good morning, br brandon belt is nckamond. o he's back for the first o time since having his appendix removed since june 2nd. hernandez is thinking how about the great.wah. pl bottom half of the frame, matt kemp crushes this. it's a solo shot. los angeles takes a 1-0 lead. now to the bottom of the fifth. tied at 1. hernandez takes him to the bleachers. it's a two run shot.
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pablo sandoval pops up. that's your ball game. a's and angels at the coliseum. no score until the fourth. that's his sixth of year. he was a double away from the cycle. down 3-2 in the sixth. the athletics score four. >> we needed it. dropped four straight. teams go through this. it's matter of how you battle back. some are calling for his disqualification after a major meltdown at the u.s. open.
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he's struggling to keep it together. it's headed off the green. what what he does high pressure he races over and hits it b it b it stops rolling. yes, that is plus 14. he did not have a single birdie in the round. how about dustin johnson. had a four shot lead coming in. he was plus six in his first eight holes. seven over on the day. le lefty, what happened on 13? >> how can you not laugh? it's funny. it's part of the u.s. open. it's just funny. i don't mean it disrespectful. if you're taking it that way, i'm sorry. that's not the way it's meant. i wanted to get to the next hole and i didn't see that happening at the time without the two
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shots. >> one of the best venues in all of golf in this country. final round will be played later today. that's a look at your morning sports. happy father's day. we're starting to see the clouds dissipate a bit in parts of the east bay and soon in the south bay with a look at live doppler 7. it's starting to clear here and also inland a bit. sheer a live shot in walnut creek. we'll head oaf to the bay brinl and still see some broken clouds as well. the low clouds will start to dissipate over the next few hours. san francisco is currently 59 degrees. oakland 60. low 60s mountain view. upper 50s in gilroy.
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i want to takeshou y. this is in the south bay. see the broken clouds now. it looks really pretty. winds are coming from the south. with this southerly flow as the winds come over into the south y ba faster. you'll get sunshine a bit earlier on than the rest of us. here is a look at the forecast animation. 10:00 notice we start to thin out a lot especially in the east bay. the south bay you'll get lots of sunshine later on. this afternoon and this evening the clouds will fill in once again for a cloudy start tomorrow morning. hghs today will range from upper 50s at the coast to near 80 inland. san franosccikoo l b a fe you'rh beach. breezy again but not as yesterd.
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san jose 65 and then still cloudy and cool. 60 degrees ere. notice mid-70s with partly cloudy conditions through santa rosa, san rafael. lollwi 50s once again. a little cooler in spot spots. here is a look at the next seven days. the rav average high is 81. we'll be close to it tomorrow. the high strengthens. on friday and saturday we'll be well above average in many locations. san jose getting up to 90 degrees. inland areas mid-90s to warmer. here is a look at the basic
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accuweather seven-day forecast. temperatures will be close to yesterday. notice temperatures are coming up on tuesday. breezy on wednesday. summer sol inland numbers hitting the mid-90s. even a little higher. hot around the bay near 80 degrees and at the coast upper 60s. i like how you described it. if you can get paid for information about your like, dislike and other data, would you sell it? seven on your side michael finney said there's a new company hoping you'll say yes. >> reporter: she follows the news with interest. >> it's my data. it's my information.
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why wouldn't it bother me. >> reporter: she turned to data. you can opt in or opt out. >> i love being able to be in control of my own data. >> reporter: joe johnson works for data. he says major companies like glcebook and goo m$2,000 from the data it acquis for free from each user. >> we're trying to make that so you earning that directly. >> reporter: a san francisco based consumer action calls that goal audible but skeptical. >> will the app achieve that. i think that's uncertain at this point. >> reporter: it doesn't solve what he sees as a bigger issue. >> the problem is you're not taking back any data google, facebook have all kinds of data on you. >> reporter: opportunities to
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make money using data is quite limited because it's still in the beta stage. it currently has about 95,000 users like brit who can opt in to receive marketing e-mails and sell their location data. users make about $15 a month. as the program exparngsds the company predicts some users could make up to $2,000 a year selling their health information to insurance companies. >> this is done in a secure, anonymous way. when the companies pay that payment goes directly to the end user. >> reporter: users receive payments in the form of crypto currency. >> you're not being paid in real money. it may prove worthless in a year or less. >> it's a great way to make some extra money and also nice to own your own data. >> reporter: the data map is available through the web or google play.
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i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. coming up, it is opening day for 81st annual music festival . we'll tell you w
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wednesday night's jackpot grows to $151 million. the winning numbers from last night's $23 million super lotto plus. 11, 13, 24, 30, 42. the meganumber 4. a ticket sold in southern california at the lancaster liquor store matched all six numbers. wednesd wednesday's jackpot resets for 7 million. it's the opening day for the stern grow music festival in san francisco. the summer concert series off with the big picnic party. today's concert starts at 2:00 this afternoon. admission is free. seating is first come, first serve. the shows are every sunday and will run through august 19th this year. this is the festival's 81st season. it really is a lot of fun out
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there. >> you'll need a jacket and sunscreen. it's going be a mix of sun and clouds right now. here is a look at temperatures. 50s ands. san francisco 59. you're starting to see a break from some of the low clouds. highs today will range. you'll still be breezy but not quite as windy as yesterday. oakland, 69. san jose, 75. a little cloudy in the north bay. we had a bit of drizzle early this morning. that's tomorrow we start to warm up. we get really hot next weekend. >> that has been the strangest weekend. >> june gloom. >> thank you for joining us. the news continues online, twitter, facebook and instagram. abc 7 news continues at 5:00 p.m. have a great father's day, everyone. happy sunday.
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crystal geyser alpine springpasses through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
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how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
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