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peninsula coast, but those clouds have cleared this morning. temperatures right now range from 48 degrees in half moon bay, one of our coolest spots. lots of 50s around the bay and low 70s right now in los gatos and clear lake. here is your accuweather 12-hour day planner which you can always download by searching the accuweather app. mostly sunny by 7:00. temperatures in the 50s and 60s and hazy skies through parts of the north baidu to the fires and then temperatures this afternoon and they'll be mild inland and at the coast, low 60s and sun sets at 8:15. increasing clouds tonight for a cooler day tomorrow. i'll have the details coming up. chris? a deadly helicopter crash in siberia. 18 people were killed when it went down shortly after takeoff. this is video showing the aftermath. the russian airliner says it appears the blades collided with another helicopter that took off from the pad eareople onboard d.
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here at home, we're expecting an update today following a shooting in palo the shooter was able to escape. officers spotted the car and chased it to 101, but lost track of the driver. it is not clear what led up to the shooting. the macarthur bart station is back open. official his to close it last night following another stabbing. it happened at the same station where nia wilson was stabbed to death last month. abc 7 news reporter, cornell barnard has the latest. >> reporter: the bart station was closed friday night as police investigated a fight and double stabbing. >> it was very scary especially after something that just happened recently. >> reporter: she saw one man who had been slashed. >> the one that had a slash on his face, like an inch - it looked like six and they were holding his face while he was bleeding. >> reporter: bart officials say a fight broke out between two men on a richmond-bound train. one witness said it was violent.
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>> two people just punching each other. it was just super, super aggressive and enough to make someone bleed and their blood staining the chairs. >> reporter: one man suffered a knife wound to his arm and another to his face. the incident an hour after a vigil for nia wilson. >> it was not god's plan for nia to die on that platform. >> reporter: a small group gathered to honor the 18-year-old who died in the unprovoked attack. her sister was also stabbed, but survived. 27-year-old suspect john cowell is charged with her murder. so far police have no motive, but many believe it was racially motivated. >> i don't think anything like this is ever random. it's never random. >> reporter: bart officials say wounds to both men are considered non-life threatening and no arrests have been made. in oakland, cornell barnard, abc 7 news.
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this morning a sonoma county man accused of throwing a suspicious device under a deputy's patrol car is now in custody. the incident happened in a safeway barking lot parking lot kernville. this is the bomb squad blowing up a backpack that they believe belonged to the suspect. witnesses saw a man ignite a device and throw it under a patrol car. one safeway employee was hurt when the device exploded. officials say the deputy ran from the store after hearing the blast, and spotted the suspect and then chased him down. the suspect's name has not been released. 6:03 is the time. people walked away without injury after a couch frame hit the vehicle they were in. abc 7 news was in palo alto at the crossing at churchill avenue and alma street. the collision happened around 6:00 last night and it remains under investigation. none of the nearly 300 passengers on the train were hurt. an investigation into this
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crash in fremont, we're told the truck overturned near interstate 680 and landed on a car. as nasty as the crash looks, the two drivers survived and the injuries are not considered life-threatening. police were still on the scene last night hours after it happened. there's a new center to help guide the homeless off the streets in san francisco. the mayor joined the assembly member in a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday. you are looking at the new division circle. it used to be a caltrans parking lot. mayor breed said the new center is only the beginning. >> many of you know my top priority as mayor is to make sure that we're moving our homeless population out of tent, off the streets and into permanent housing. >> the center should be able to help 125 people at a time. it will guide them to city services and eventually permanent housing. a head's up for bart
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passengers. major repairs are impacting service. trains will not be running between the west oakland and 19th street stations and the west oakland and lake merritt station. ac transit is running free shuttle busses. >> still ahead on abc 7 mornings, meteorologist frances dinglasan is back with your accuweather peculiar. also, winners revealed. 11 bay area workers hit the jackpot. why they chose to buy the ticket where they did and whether they plan to keep working. plus -- >> a rancho paris apartment listed on with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees
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can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future. ♪ ♪ ♪ i put a spell on you ♪ yeah, because you're mine ♪ with chase atms serena can now grab cash on the go, all with the tap of her phone. ♪ stop the things you do no card? no problem. life, lived serena's way.
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time right now is 6:08. we're taking a live look from the coast. good morning to our friends in santa cruz county. thanks so much for starting your day with abc 7 news. we'll let you know how warm it will get coming up in the full accuweather forecast. but first the time right now is 6:08. mourners gathered at an oakland church at an emotional funeral for nia wilson. she's the teenager stabbed to death at the macarthur bart station last month. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow shows us how family and friends said good-bye. ♪ ♪ orr:ribu wilson. >> gold royalty is what she was
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right here is wharom those who most including her first niece. >> can you promise to come visit me in my dreams? >> and her sister who was also stabbed in the attack. >> nia, you may not have sense of direction, and the feeling of protection. >> as well as her parents who stood up to look at the crowd gathered. congresswoman barbara lee attended nia's funeral. >> we stand with you today in this outpouring of love and condolences. >> reporter: along with oakland city council member rebecca plha our african-american young people are dealing with hate and violence every day. >> reporter: congresswoman maxine waters sent a letter. >> it must conduct a full, and i repeat, full investigation. district 7 bart director
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leticia simon said bart is ready to listen. >> for her family, a great deal of change. >> reporter: the memorial filled with electric moments and a reminder nia means purpose. the eulogist saying nia's father told him he wanted everyone to know nia had the ability to bring people together. after the funeral there was an 18-dove release and one for each year of nia's life. melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. a bay area man is warning others after he got caught in a vacation rental scam. he found the perfect place in the heart of paris, but didn't find out what was really going on until after he paid. 7 on your side's michael finney helped him get some answers. >>at pce.>> i sti it. >>oldo san vicente found the listing on >> it's got windows all around. a modern penthouse in the heart of paris. right by the louvre. >> the listing showed luxurious
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rooms with sweeping views, big enough for his whole family. >> so i reserved it online through travelocity. >> his excitement was building until he saw the listing. >> the listing agent required him to wire the $3400 payment to a bank in greece. >> i'm aware of wire fraud. so that's when i kind of got a little bit concerned. >> he called travelocity. was this listing legit? >> he said yes, that's the procedure and you can go ahead and send the money. >> so rolando wired the money and e-mailed the listing agent. >> they would keep on stalling and stalling. >> then his e-mails started bouncing back. the company disappeared and so did rolando's $3400. >> oh, my >>e canceled the booking and travelocity refounded his $500 deposit, but not the rest of the money. >> rest assured we're working on it. >> we never ronfirm that
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you paid. >> rolando said he had trusted travelocity's advice to send the money and it was a scam. >> if it's on your website then you guys are responsible for it. >> what they said was it's out of our hands. we don't have your money. >> he contacted 7 on your side, we contacted travelocity. it tells us the company does scrutinize listings for possible fraud. as for reassuring rolando, it was safe to wire money, travelocity said it is possible there was a miscommunication and we do apologize for any misunderstanding. travelocity also refunded all of his money. >> after ten weeks of frustration all i needed to do was call 7 on your side. >> travelocity said it uses manual and electronic means to detect fraudulent listings which it says are extremely rare and it will notify and help any customer who may get caught up in a scam. my advice, never wire money to anyone you don't know.
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i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. . we're getting a first look at this nearly completed rooftop park in san francisco. this is video from drone view 7 showing the transit center. a block party will mark the opening in exactly one week. abc 7 news anchor dan ashley has the preview. >> the plaza, the children's play area. >> reporter: for a lucky group of neighbors and commuters walking through the sales force transit center rooftop park was like taking a stroll around california, passing trees and plants from every corner of the state and beyond. >> these are the mexican farm plants. >> reporter: the park sits on roughly five acres, 70 feet above the sidewalks below. designers staggered the trees and plants to create shifting environments along the way from cactus gardens to lush, green forests. >> what we wanted to do was really highlight the climate and the kind of conditions we have here in san francisco. >> the landscape stretches not just in front of you, but above and below, as well.
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connected in the reflection of the surrounding skyscrapers and energized by fountains that splash when busses pass underneath them. >> i think that's the thing that's interesting and nice about it is that no one thinks even though it might be natural looking that it occurred naturally. >> reporter: construction has been under way for nearly a decade and neighbors like pam hudson call the result awe-inspiring. >> just walking in and seeing the open forum with the light coming through and just standing here with the building all around you. >> a new sky bridge will carry the busses into the terminal without ever touching city streets as riders and visitors alike hover above the urban fray and the closest thing to a commuter nirvana. dan ashley, abc 7 news. >> you can tour the new center during the block party next saturday. we posted more information on our website, abc 7 time now 6:14.
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11 bay area coworkers will return to work on monday even after claiming the $543 million mega millions jackpot. they each put in $2 in a lottery pool and ended up winning. >> reporter: customers keep putting down money on mega millions. he's been anxious to find out who the lucky person is. we broke the news, it was 11 office workers who chipped in two bucks each into a pool. >> it will take care of 11 family, then, plus their friends and everybody. so that is great news. very, very, i'm very happy for them. >> reporter: the california lottery released the name of only one winner, roland reyes of san jose. that's a common name in the south bay. we've knocked on a lot of doors. the closest person with that name lives just two miles from
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the maury's liquor. >> he stopped by on the way home and that's the one he chose and it turned out to be a great choice for him. >> other roland or rolando reyes lived much farther away and denied being the winner. >> they like each other so much they'll keep working and that gets a thumbs up from haley lim. >> smart choice, i'd say. >> reporter: why do you say that? >> i feel like you should still keep contributing otherwise you will end up spending all of the money, you know? >> reporter: lottery officials say it's not unusual for winners to shield their identity and some will seek advice. even though they gave a check to kiwol, he and 11 office winners will have to wait for a month. >> the jackpot winners range in age from 21 to 60 years old. they won't tell us what company they'll work for except to say it's in the financial sector. in san jose, david louie, abc 7
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news. good morning. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan and here's doppler 7 and the satellite image. it is very different out there this morning. skies are clear over many parts of the bay area and there are clouds off the coast and even through the central part of the state and also red flag warning in effect until 11:00 for those areas where we have big fire concerns in redding due to the karr fire and the mendocino complex fire. all of this under a red flag warning and ridge gusts can be anywhere from 25 to 35 miles per hour. in the sierra range through this section, ridge gusts can reach up to 65 miles per hour and very low humidity this afternoon and 5 temperatuseekugh those areas live shot from san francisco and the tower looking down over san francisco clear skies right now and most temperatures in the 50s. san francisco, 56.
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oakland, 54 and half moon climbing into the low 50s this hour. check out the golden gate bridge. you can see it this morning. no marine layer and more temperatures for you in the 50s and 60s. low 50s through napa, novato and through vacaville, concord and livermore. at this time we're looking from the east bay hills and you'll see the hazy conditions as we look out toward mount diablo. here's what you can expect, mild to warm conditions and slightly cooler tomorrow as the air drops from the north from the gulf of alaska and the gulf of alaska, and by this weekend and midweek we'll see triple digits inland. >> i'll just show yousible sate winds will be coming from the northwest and notice the smoke from redding and the mendocino complex fires and they're drifting towards the south and also east. we could see some hazy
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conditions once again through parts of the north bay and of course, very poor, in fact hass dou hazardous air quality and highs today will range from 60s at the coast to mid-90s in some of the warme warmest locations. breezy conditions, and san francisco 68 and oakland, 75 degrees and 84 degrees and again, look for hazy skies through parts of the north bay. lake port getting up to 93 and we'll see mid to upper 80s through santa rosa and napa. vallejo at 84 degrees and there's an adobo festival. plenty of sunshine and warming up to near 80 and by 7:00 tonight it will still be near 70 degrees. the salute to heroes today tomorrow, upper 80s with hazy sunshine. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. we have mild and warm conditions today and plenty of sunshine.
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tomorrow, slightly cooler as we see a cooler air mass dropping down tonight into tomorrow morning bringing temperature testimonis down by a couple of degrees. it rebounds monday and by wednesday and thursday we'll see triple digit heat inland and those will be the hottest days of the week and upper 80s possible and it will be a great beach day for those people still enjoying the summer break. >> you can always follow along with the accuweather forecast and the accuweather app. >> you can always download it. the largest street festival the largest street festival west of the m you...and mom also gets aoss shoppiback-to-school bag? that's yes for less. ross has the brands you want for back to school.
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ken harris joins us from new york to tell us what's coming up on "good morning america". >> rains and strong thunderstorms hitting the northeast with more storms possible today. sam champion is watching that and hot dry weather in the western fire zone. plus, what we are now learning about how police in texas tracked down the man accused of killing a prominent cardiologist who once treated former president george h.w. bush. the clues uncovered inside the accused killer's home. finally, this is the 60th birthday of the legendary billboard music charts and we'll take a look back at ths that sred to the charts, and the archives. what's on billboard says is the biggest of all time. it's all coming up on gma.
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we'll see you soon. if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, we've got you covered. jessica castro from abc 7 news this morning has more from her partners at hoodline. >> grab an ice cream cone, get excited for one of the biggest fairs in the bay area. check out the fremont festival of the arts and it's known as the free street festival west of the mississippi. there will be 500 different artists, live music and carnival rides and adult beverages will be sold, beer, wine and margaret as and fun for the whole family, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. if you need exercise to burn off the food, how about acroyoga, it aims to be the world's biggest event of its kind with 40 beginner and advanced classes and teachers from all around the world and activities and classes run all day saturday and sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and special performances in the
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evening and tickets are pricey at $300, but it gives you access to the whole event and shuck yeah! did you know this sunday is national oyster day. for the first time ever try all sorts of oyster dishes at soma street food park. try oyster pizza, stir fried oyster noodles and oyster mac and cheese and other creations. dogs are welcome and they're also selling bottomless mimosas. the event goes from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. for other ideas on what to do go to abc 7 and we'll link you up with hoodline. i'm jessica castro, have a great weekend. still to come on abc 7 rngs. p crews fhting support. then president trump slams lebron james hours ahead of a rally in his
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bay area with the satellite image imposed over live doppler 7. here's your 12-hour day planner. during the 7:00 hour, mostly sunny skies with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. hazy sunshine through parts of the north baiy due to the fires, and we'll see the coast in the low 60s and sun sets at 8:15 and increasing clouds tonight for a slightly cooler day tomorrow and i'll tell you about a big warm-up with the accuweather seven-day forecast coming up, as well. >> crews battling the wildfire across northern california are bracing for hot and windy weather this weekend near the mendocino complex fire. new mandatory evacuations were ordered yesterday and parts of the cowell mountain recreational area are included. earlier some evacuation orders were lifted for the lake port area. students were supposed to go to
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school last week. both fires have expanded and have now burned a combined 157,000 acres. firefighters hope to have them contained in about a week and a half. >> today governor brown will be in shasta county touring the area charred by the carr fire. the fire has destroyed more than a thousand homes in nearly two dozen businesses since it started last month. residents in redding were allowed back in last night. many of the homes there are now gone. the fight has been incredibly tough for redding firefighters. some of their homes have been destroyed and the department lost one of their own. amanda del castillo explains who local firefighters are doing to help. >> reporter: unparalleled heroism as firefighters are battling the sixth mosttures in the homes of redding firefighters. among the six people killed, fire inspector jeremy stoke.
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>> my understanding is what he was doing that night is he was simply assisting in evacuations. >> reporter: a home tootown her like many others. many have been unable to take more than a moment to breathe after losing a brother or to get things in order after losing their home. >> they're still active out on the lines trying to defend those neighborhoods, trying to save others, their friends, families and neighbors. their pain is being felt across the country including here in the bay area. former firefighter gabriel redding was working with stoke. >> you can rely on that guy on just about anything you need. >> so merrick and the alameda firefighters association created this go fund me page to offer some relief to those when lost their homes and to the family who lost their hero. >> it might not make a big dent in what's to come, but even if it helps them with groceries, that's all i could ask.
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>> reporter: if you want to help the men and women of the redding fire department visit abc and click on this story for the go fund me page link. amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. a final good-bye for a firefighter killed while battling the ferguson fire. loved ones will gather in fresno for a memorial service honoring captain hughes. he was part of the interagency hotshot crew. he died when a tree fell on him last week as he fought to protect homes. >> the ferguson fire is burning deeper into yosemite national park this morning. flames jumped highway 41 and there are spot fires near el portal. yosemite valley has been evacuated, but not because of the wildfire itself. >> we have engines and firefighters working along roads and working along roadways. it is very important for the safety of all those employees. >> reporter: the ferguson fire has scorched more than 77,000 acres. it's just over 40% contained.
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all, but one park entrance is closed right now and many of the landmarks at yosemite are closed through the weekend because of the smoke. abc 7 news is staying on top of the wildfires. you can visit abc 7 for updates or download the abc 7 news app to get alerts right to your phone. time now is 6:33. survivors of the parkland school shooting plan to rally in virginia today. the students from marjory stoneman douglas high school are among the protesters expected to meet for the national march on nra. it's at the nra's headquarters in fairfax. 17 students and staff members were killed when former student nikolas cruz opened fire in ebb february. this comes hours after slamming one of ohio's favorites, lebron james on twitter. >> last night the president tweeted lebron james was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, don lemon. he made lebron look smart which isn't easy to do. this follows an interview james
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did with don lemon. the interview touched on various topics including politics. >> what would you say to the president if he were sitting here. >> i would never sit across from him. >> you would never? you would never talk to him? >> no. i would sit across from barack, though. >> the new lakers star opened up a new tuition-free school in ohio that will send hundreds of kids to college for free. the campaign rally tonight will be the third one this week. the santa clara county fair will open at 11:00 this morning. this year organizers are trying to breathe new life into an old event that struggles to attract visitors for years. whether you're searching for the perfect snack or hoping to check out the livestock you will find coty th cra >> right here, it's real. the people are real. they're moving around and there's all kinds of exhibits. there's the animals.
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lgbtqe family-frie familfair. >> it should be a highlight of everyone's summer and it is important to include everyone. >> there's a new focus social justice. this interactive display from the bay area anti-trafficking coalition aims to educate. >> before your very eyes exhibit is a way to bring awareness about the issue to the general public where they're at and to give them ways into making involved in making a difference. >> it attracted half a million people on an annual basis. last year, only 24,000 came. officials hope to double that number this weekend. >> i feel at home and i just want to share that with everyone has worked so hard and we hope that you'll come out and join us and we're throwing a wonderful party for you so please come out and enjoy. >> reporter: as much as the fair tries to move forward it's also to pay homage to the past. angelo's peppersteaks are back
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after being gone for 30 years along with the original family behiebd the mouth watering recipe. >> it's kind of nostalgic and we were sitting in the booth looking out at the people and my brother said boy, does this bring back memories. the santa clara county fair opens at 11:00 today and tomorrow. major buzz over a vending machine at san francisco international airport. what's inside that's proving to be pretty popular, but first, a live look from the camera at walnut creek and we'll find out how warm it will get in the accuweather fo does your business internet provider promise a lot? let's see who delivers more. comcast business gives you gig-speed in more places. the others don't. we offer up to 6 hours of 4g wireless network backup. everyone else, no way.
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good morning, everyone. time right now is 6:39. you can see the golden gate bridge in the distance there. some clouds out there this morning. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist frances dinglasan coming up in just a bit. you can visit more than a dozen bay area dmv office and the expanded hours start today. it's all in an effort to reduce the long lines and the wait times are partly due to the real i.d. requirements. by 2020 you'll need to have a new california i.d. or driver's license to get through airport security. the application has to be done in person and making and. abc for a complete list of offices that are now open on saturdays. roku is signing a huge lease and relocating its headquarters to san jose.
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abc 7 news went to the spot on coleman avenue where the digital mediaplayer maker is leasing half a million square feet. the complex is right near the stadium near the airport. it is currently based in los gatos and has 2300 employees. no word yet on when the company will make the move. >> cats will invade san francisco's dolores park. it's cater day. this is video from a previous, vent where people dressed up their cats in festive office. if you're interested in taking your pets, organizers also suggest bringing a carrier just in case. the event runs from 1:30 to 4:30 this afternoon. meteorologist frances dinglasan is back with the accuweather forecast. >> also ahead, a night to remember in the oaklandd sratms
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owens was selected in his third year of eligibility instead of going ir tennessee chattanooga. longtime nfl executive bobby bifford will be in canton to join the most exclusive club. he is the grandfather of 49ers backup quarterback c.j. beathered. he plans to fly back from canton in time for tomorrow's practice. although shanahan helps hexpecto miss it. the arizona diamondbacks are at chase field and the a's host the detroit tigers at the coliseum and first pitch is at 6:05. they were winning their fourth straight game in dramatic fashion. larry beil has the highlights in
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this morning's sports report. good morning, everybody. the a's offense has been so prolific and powered them into the playoff picture and the last thing was to see them on the wrong end of a possible no hitter with the tigers in town, first, you want to see an athlete? he makes the catch and he brought his glove and a kid in one hand and a glove in the other. fred anderson, fourth to get through seven innings. it's victor martinez, seven scoreless and two hits for brett. he didn't get the first hit until the seventh and in the tenth, josine iglesias, and he s ed! a of eay tth mon loriano who's he? new guy. drive to right. nick over. new guy!
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oh, man. welcome to the bigs. >> a's win 1-0 and another one in 13. that's fun. giants and d'backs in the deserts and that's a cool scene. giants up 1-0 and answer arizonas with five in the bottom half of the first. paul gold schmitt just kills the giants and that's off of chris stratton who did not have it in this game. buster posey would leave with concussionlike symptoms and that is ominous. to the second, david peralta, high, deep, aloha. stratton went three innings and allowed three runs. to football news and a surpriseo tevecchio has been cut. the former bea replaced sebastian, and he's been in a camp battle with the rookie eddie pineiro, and they signed
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mike nugent to compete with pineiro. taking on his old team, the hamilton tiger cats still doing the money sign. his first hat -- johnny made the tackle. it's nice, 11 of 20 and 104 yards and four picks. yikes. michael daly with that one. manziel's team. >> 3-5 in the second and comes back with a drop shot right there and venus just had no answers. we go to a tiebreak, match point, venus sends it high and she says thank you very much and crushes the forehand, 6-4, 7-6, sakari and venus is eliminated. that's a wrap on morning sports.
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have a great week, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> now an accuweather update from abc 7 mornings. >> we have northerly winds that pushed the marine layer away and the satellite image, clear skies over parts of the bay area and there are clouds off the coast and even through the interior parts of the state and red flag warning in effect until 11:00 tonight from the areas through redding and the mendocino complex fire. in this area, ridge gusts can reach anywhere from 25 to 35 miles per hour and in the sierra range, gusts can climb up to 65 miles per hour and for all these areas, low humidity this afternoon dropping from 5 to 20% as the afternoon heat picks up. in fact, for redding today the high is 97 and even though the red flag warning expires hot and dry conditions will continue throughout the week climbing up to 108 degrees by thursday. here's the rest of the bay area and you can enjoy some of the clear skies and no clouds over the golden gate bridge right
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now. san francisco's currently 56. oakland, 54 and san jose, 68 in morgan hill and half moon bay. check out this beautiful shot and also seeing some blue skies by santa cruz right now over the beach boardwalk. temperatures will be mild and warm today. cooler, just a little bit tomorrow and a warming trend starts on monday and we'll see triple digit heat inland by mid-week. the satellite image from yesterday and i want to show you this because you can see the smoke from the fires and that's how visible it is and we'll also see a similar pattern from the wind today. it will be coming in from the northwest. so we'll see some poor air quality through redding and some hazy conditions through parts of the north bay and lots of smoke due to the ferguson fire and air quality alert still in effect and smoke levels are very well into the hazardous range and if we do have plans to go out here and we may want to reconsider or cancel them and it's not being
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fun being outdoors in that area. highs today range from 50s at the coast to low to mid-90s in some of the warmest location. breezy, 68 degrees this afternoon ask oakland, 78 and san jose, 74 degrees and in some of the farther area, you'll see hazy skies and some ay conditions due to the smoke flowing again and we might get hazy conditions through the interior valleys as well. >> today is the fremont festival of arts day. here's the forecast there and a mild start and already up 70 degrees by 10:00 and warming up to 80 degrees in the afternoon and comfortable even in the early parts of the evening and there's an a's game tonight and you'll want to grab your jacket degrees and into the 50s with the fireworks show after 9:00 and overnight lows in the 50s and that fog makes a comeback tonight and we'll see cooler
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temperatures tomorrow just by a little bit. here's an example in antioch and notice the triple digit heat midweek. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast and very mild to warm conditions today with plenty of sunshine, slightly cooler tomorrow as we have this cooler air mass that starts to drop in tonight from the gulf of alaska and then high pressure rebuilds on monday, really strengthening mid-week. wednesday and thursday will be the hottest days where we'll see triple digits inland. >> people will be waiting to see those triple digits return to the bay area. you know, here we are. >> it's coming by so get ready. >> frances, thanks. >> some bay area restaurants are giving a new yelp feature just one star. the feature lists health department inspection data. our media partner reports yelp may have the wrong numbers in some cases. san mateo rating stay on the site for one if they've been cleared up and
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reinspected. its 60-point rating is actually from the wrong location. a yelp spokesperson says it's important to share food safety data with customers and wonders why san mateo county is taking so long to update its information. there's a lot of buzz surrounding a vending machine at san francisco international airport. it doesn't have any food, but the product inside is proving to be pretty popular. melanie woodrow has the story. >> reporter: locals and visitors say this vending machine inside terminal 2 is so san francisco. it's the first thing when we cam off the plane, we've got to find that machine. i've got to show you this. you're not going to believe this. >> it just seems a little weird buying clothes out of a vending machine. >> the vending machine has been here almost a year, but generating a buzz now in part thanks to social media. sfo has a down vest vending machine for visiting vcs.
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>> there is a fair degree of uniformity in the venture capital world and uniform is one of those and the down vest or the fleece vest is one thing that you see very often. >> reporter: he works with venture capitalists and was headed to new york to raise a round of funding when he spotted the machine. he says the tweet has been more laughable than offensive. the first ten likes were from investors who we've spoken with. >> the being. >>et's around $70. i think it's cool. it's another way to make money. >> reporter: sfo's spokesperson doug yakel says the machine run by a third-party company are making money. >> they're doing sales of over $10,000 per month just in this machine alone and this is in the top 10% of vending machine sales nationwide. on the go shopping whether you're a venture capitalist, or
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you might say there were some new kids on the block in hi idaho. these goats are trained to remove weeds from open spaces, but given the chance, they'll also clear flowerbeds. the goat crew had been working in a nearby drainage area when they broke out. eventually, animal control rounded them all up. what a sight to see. frances with a final check of accuweather forecast. >> we'll see plenty of sunshine this afternoon with temperatures in the 60s at the coast to low to mid 90s inland. san francisco, 68, oakland, 75 and warming up to 84 degrees. also, there's the adobo festival in milpitas and it will warm up at 70 degrees.0s and still mild here's the accuweather forecast. tomorrow, slightly cooler and then high pressure builds midweek, triple digit heat inland and around the bay some upper 80s and will be nice and
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pleasant. >> so much going on this weekend and make sure to stay hydrated and grab the sunscreen, too. >> frances, thank you. thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. i'm chris nguyen alongside frances dinglasan and the news continues on facebook, twitter and instagram. "good morning america" is next. abc 7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. we'll see you then. metastatic breast cancer is relentless, but i'm relentless too. mbc doesn't take a day off, and neither will i. and i treat my mbc with new everyday verzenio- the only one of its kind that can be taken every day. in fact, verzenio is a cdk4 & 6 inhibitor for postmenopausal women with hr+, her2- mbc, approved, with hormonal therapy, as an everyday treatment for a relentless disease. verzenio + an ai is proven to help women
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