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i'm chris nguyen. let's start with the first look at the accuweather forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. these tracking live doppler 7 for us. >> hi, chris. we have low clouds and fog greeting us this morning. mount tam, the sun is officially about to come up. temperatures are in the 50s and 54 for you in oakland and half moon bay with 57 over in oakland. you can see the clouds and san bruno and sfo. no delays and we are looking at the low clouds and fog to peel away at the shorelines and partly sunny skies out there. it is 53 in santa rosa and 52 with a good delta breeze. we are looking at temperatures seasonal this time of year. it's pretty gray, but temperatures will be 67, and 70s in the valleys and 71 around the bay and staying in the upper 50s to mid-60s at the shoreline.
thanks. >> lisa, thanks. there's a lot of buzz in the bay area surrounding two presidential candidates. mayor pete buttigieg was in san francisco and we sat down withm exclusive interview. tickets for mayor buttigieg were $25 and cornell bernard was there as he spoke to the packed crowd. >> please help me welcome the next president of the united states, pete buttigieg. >> he brought his husband to the stage in san francisco. buttigieg told the sold-out crowd the democrats need a good campaign slogan. >> the other side has their thing. lock her up, build a wall. fine. we've got freedom, security and democracy, and i think that's a pretty good bumper sticker. >> what's your message to voters here in the bay area? >> it's time for a new generation of leadership to step forward. >> buttigieg supports
reproductive rights for women and believes climate change is real. >> it is time to treat climate like the security issue that it is. >> buttigieg is a rising star in the democratic party. the mayor of south bend, indiana, veteran and lafsh art grad. he's been successful in fundfund fund-raising around the state. >> it is about raising money and just in the space of a couple of weeks we've seen this guy rocket from a nobody to someone who is getting noticed around the country. >> mainly because he's different from the other candidates, a gay married man. this couple from sacramento likes what they hear. >> being a gay veteran also. so that's really one of the things or one of the things that's drawn me to mayor pete. >> leana brady brought her son ally. >> he's a good role model for our children and gives me hope for the future. >> i'm mindful in the city where a certain path-breaking leader
said you have to give them hope. >> that was cornell bernard reporting. now to that exclusive, in-depth interview with kamala harris. she's part of the crowded field of more than 20 presidential candidates and our liz croix has talked to her one on one. >> fresh off the campaign trail, we met up with kamala harris in a law firm in downtown san francisco. >> how would you grade your campaign so far? >> we're doing great. i'm enjoying the process, and i'm not sure what that says about our personality, but i've always thought and said in campaigns you meet the angels walking among us. >> harris has raised more than $12 million so far. 20,000 people showed up to her campaign launch in oakland and according to her most recent quinnipiac poll she just has 8% support, trailing 30 points behind joe biden. >> what differentiates you from everyone else?
>> at the end of the this process people will want aov te >> her chops have been on full display. >> you did not look at the underlying evidence that support the record. >> we asked her if her new proposal to increase salaries and funding for public defenders is a way to appease her critics. >> the recent proposals that i have are part of a life and career of what we need to do to reform the criminal justice system, and i frankly, believe that when you have known the system from the inside as i have, you're uniquely label to, one, talk about what is necessary and actually implement what is necessary for reform. >> a criticism for harris in a field of 21, she's too cautious. we asked her three times if she agrees with facebook's co-founder chris hughes proposal it break up facebook from mark zuckerberg's power. >> i think we need to regulate technology and do a better job.
>> that was liz croix's reporting. as the list of presidential candidates grows, you can keep up of who is officially running by going to our website, abc 7 news.com. >> time now 6:04. developing news. police want to find the person who threw something at a caltrain engineer. transit officials object came through a train window. 450 passengers had to be moved to a different train. the engineer was taken to a hospital, but has since been released. new developments, the landlord of an apartment complex in richmond is promising to fix the units,iery miller has lived on this apartment in san pablo avenue. he and his landlords have complained to castle management about mold, roaches and nothing resolve. >> a lot of us live here because we didn't have any other options. >> it went in my nose and went
in my eyes and everywhere, in my lungs. >> miller met with the richmond building department and castle management at city hall yesterday. the landlord promises to fix the apartments. castle management told abc 7 news it will not delay on taking action opinion. >> part of building a better bay area involves finding solutions to some of the area's biggest problems and this morning we're talking about housing and exploring a growing trend that's putting housing units in bay area backyards. abc 7 news reporter, amanda del castillo has the story from san jose. >> crews broke ground on paul baines 520-square foot unit. the granny flat is growing in popularity around the bay area. >> i've never been a trendsetter until now. >> we checked with the city of san jose. it took 16 applications to build adus in 2016. a new law has made it easier and less expensive to build the unit. in 2018, the number of
applications skyrocketed to 50. they decided to build the one-bedroom unit to keep their daughter and son-in-law close. >> in other places they'd probably be well enough off that they could afford to buy a house. well, they can't here in the valley. >> a recent report ranks the san jose metro as the most expensive area in the country to buy a home. stanley acton is behind the baines unit. >> the keeping the families together piece of it seems to be a big part of this. >> all part of what he says is one area to the bay area's housing crisis. >> what they're doing is providing housing for those that probably wouldn't have an opportunity to live in the bay area. for baines, he and his wife will live in the main house until grandchildren force a switch. parents in my backyard or pimbe will be the next trend they'll take on. >> it's still my daughter in the
backyard at that point. but yeah, that might happen. >> amanda del castillo. >> time now is 6:07. they will close out the series against the history. warriors have a nerve-racking game. >> the warriors advance to the western conference final. for the second straight year they eliminate the rockets in houston. >> steph curry went scoreless in the first half, but the two-time mvp came out in the second half and scorched the rockets with 33 points, draping deep threes in the series clincher. >> this stage in terms of how this game was was huge. i've had games like this, maybe not as drastic. it was 0 to 33, but where things weren't going your way and you have to figurad ius happened. >> the conference finals begin tuesday night ator beinga oracle
[ cheering ] take a look, ama d this video of fans. we'll find out who the warriors will face in the conference nuggets twe nuggets between the denver nu h nuggets and trail blazers. the first presale starts at 9:00 this morning for season ticket holders and at 9:30, members can get tickets. warriors insiders members can get theirs. tickets go on sale for the general public at noon. lisa argen is tracking the weather and we're off to a cloudy start. >> in fact we'll hold on to the
low clouds and fog. you can see the shot coming up, over san francisco, 57 in oakland and san jose and everyone else in the 50s in the inland valley and a good afternoon to enjoy the sun in landz a inland and a cooldown for the week ahead next with my accuweather forecast. >> we'll see you soon. thanks. if you think your coffee is expensive, think again. why people are paying $75 for one cup in san francisco. >> i'm luz pena, homelessness, housing and healthcare are all prob
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welcome back, everyone. time right now is 6:13 and we're taking a live look outside from our abc 7 exploratorium camera that you saw from the financial district and the sea lions are starting to wake up. we'll get a full check of the accuweather report. a go fund me page for a teacher battling breast cancer is now back up and running. abc 7 news first brought you this story on tuesday. state law requires the elementary teacher had to pay for her own substitute while outout on medical leave. several viewers offered to help.
li lisa gulezian, and the go fund n me has raised almost $14,000. we posted a link on our website, abc 7 news.com. >> in the east bay, college students are helping build a better bay area by coming up with solutions to some of our biggest problems. abc 7 news reporter luz pena has more from a course at uc berkeley. >> fresh eyes and fresh perspectives. >> since we're not connected to anything we can see something bigger. >> hacking for social is a new uc berkeley course challenging students with innovative solutions to local problems. >> 18 students worked on solutions to problems like homelessness, housing and health care. >> what did you see? >> what i saw was a gap, an opportunity to really
kecks. >> a call to action. >> that can include signing a petition. it can include donating money directly to organizations who are already doing work with these issues. >> robby wants to create an app where oakland residents will be notified before a new development project is built. >> while the city and developers are trying to,a dress that issue it's not going to happen without engaging with the they want peo comfortable in health care spaces. >> what we wanted to see was create a series of work shops for people to understand what they have. >> former berkeley student, now an instructor. >> the young students have the passion and energy to make change. they are living amongst these problems every day and they are big dreamers. and it takes dreamers to change the world. in berkeley, luz pen a abc 7 news. >> we want to hear your ideas
about building a better bay area. share them by joining the better bay area facebook group. >> time now is 6:15. coffee lovers will get a chance to taste the most expensive offee that costs $75 a cup.dio of coffee. >> $5.50 $5, $6. >> more than $800 a pound is here in san francisco, we had te ples where people really appreciate, you know, fine stuff. >> reporter: if that's the case, klatch coffee's latest offering is the finest of the introducing the geisha 803. >> it comes from panama. >> out of the available 100 pounds, klatch roasters owns the
only ten pounds in the entire country. >> it's 80 cups for the entire united states. >> that's all? > that's it. >> it is so exclusive even the baristas who by the way, trained 406 hours to work here. wanted to be this cup. >> i was practicing with something different hoping this would go good. >> it's at least $10 in this cup. >> it's good. it's very good. it tastes like fruit. it is blueberry. i don't know. whether or not i would spend $75 on this regulaher thing, but -- would the average coffee drinker think of this $75 cup of joe? >> it's very smooth. >> wow. packs a punch. >> there is one thing you must absolutely not do to this exclusive drink. >> would it be a crime to add cream and sugar to this?
>> yeah. absolutely. it would be a waste of $75. >> bo knows this isn't a coffee for everyone and there are plenty of roasts to choose from at klatch ranging from $4 to $12 a cup. the goal of the aledda geisha. >> the objective is to introduce people to great coffee. in san francisco, dion lim, abc 7. klatch has locations in los angeles this will be serving the coffee. the first tasting session in san francisco is today and there are only eight cups available. find a link to theetails abc 7 news.com. >> time now is 6:18 and the sun is getting ready to rise on this saturday morning and let's go to meteorologist lisa argen and she's back with the accuweather forecast. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> yes, right on cue. you can see it above the marine layer there. the sun waking up to low clouds and fog for everyone as the low clouds have reached into the east bay valleys, but not for long. they will be burning back and even getting sun closer to the shoreline, but that sea breeze
up to 20 miles an hour with us throughout the day. good morning, san francisco, 54 for you as well as the coastline. it is 57 in san jose and 58 in mountain view, and golden gate bridge, the clouds here. so you're looking at kind of a cool start out there and we are in the mid-50s all of the way up in napa and 52 by the delta. it has been breezy there. concord and livermore, cloudy and 57 in concord, and we are getting a bit of a breeze out towards the delta and finally walnut creek this morning, you can see just a little bit of sunshine right there and you, of course, will be first to see that sun throughout the mid-morning hours and low clouds and fog to start out for everyone and mainly sunny and mild for mother's day weekend and we're talking a couple of degree difference for the inland valleys and otherwise the cooler weather heads our way once again and we've been doing this week after week for the second half of the upcoming workweek and we
can even see a few showers. as you look at the hour by hour forecast and we will have the push of clouds to the coast and back to the shoreline not only today, but a repeat performance into your mother's day. looking at temperatures pretty nice in the inland valleys and numbers into the 80s. . 82, partly sun we winds up to 70 miles an hour. 72 in santa cruz and it is clear along the central coast and we'll be looking at that sun as we get to 9:00, 10:00 around the bay. san jose will be near average about 75 today and that's their average high. today's 77, going up three or so tomorrow and not a lot of change
for the beginning of the week and it wice presreffhe coast and that could bringhowers and temperatures in the upper 60s by the end of the week. mother's day starting out cloudy and inland, 68 around the bay and near 80 by 4:00 in our inland valley. 77 in san jose. 76 in sunnyvale. on the peninsula nice and mild. 74, redwood city and san and t average high is 64 and in the north bay, we're looking at temperatures in the 70s and over in san leandro, fremont, 72 this afternoon with about 77 in pleasanton. the accuweather, seven-day forecast and 60s khoscoast, and mid-70s inland and then we're looking at a cooling trend and maybe some showers and it sounds like groundhog day around here, but for now that will have to do. >> good to see at least some 80s in the forecast at least for the east bay this weekend. >> should be good. >> thank you, lisa.
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news to build a better bay area. this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. thanks so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. here's meteorologist lisa argen tracking the conditions where you live. >> we start with the roof camera. temperatures are all in the 50s. the sea breeze will stay with us, but as we wake up to the cloudy skies, we'll begin to see that sunshine by mid-morning. so pretty gray in san francisco, 54 degrees and it's 57 down in san jose and the golden gate bridge, you can see the gray sky. average high should be 64 in san francisco going to about 66 today with the help from that may sun and we'll look for numbers topping out just near 80 degrees in our inland valley. so coming up a few degrees, it should be seasonal around the bay with 58 around half moon bay
in pacifica. we'll keep that forecast on track for your mother's day and then talking about those changes by the middle of the week. chris? >> lisa, thank you. developing this morning the search continues for a missing 4-year-old from houon a spokesperson for the mother of maleah davis is now accusing the stepfather of abuse. this comes as we get a look at new surveillance photos. abc 4's ariel rasha has the update. >> the mother of 4-year-old maleah davis making new allegations claiming the stepfather was abusive. >> this image shows maleah's stepfather derrian vence carrying a plastic bag and he walked into a hospital after he claims he woke up on the side of the road. he was heading topickupher mother at the airport when three
men pulled up in a pickup truck. >> one of them makes a comment saying maleah looks very nice and very sweet. vence claimed he was beaten, but officers say his story changed several times. maleah was removed from the home after a head injury, but returned in february. the family was being monitored. maleah's mother pressed on why she is only now sharing these allegations. this mother has suffered a lot of abuse in her life. >> reporter: police have not commented on those allegations. the search for maleah is a race against time and she requires constant medical care after brain surgeries for that head injury. a murder suspect and the female driver are in custody after leading police on a wild chase. watch as the suspect leans out the passenger window and fires at a dozen patrol cars. multiple officers returned fire and the woman who was driving eventually surrendered.
police took the murder suspect into custody after a brief standoff. that man was wanted in a deadly shooting of a liquor store clerk earlier this week. a top democrat is issuing subpoenas for president trump's tax records. steph stephen mnuchin said he would not provide the tax records because the request, quote, lacks a legitimate, legislative purpose. virgin galactic is moving from california to new mexico ahead of its first commercial flight. founder richard branson says th. he says galactic will conduct the final test with only test pilots and crew members onboard. the company's spacecraft and 100 of its workers will move to a r working there. >> it's likeaseg uses robots
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place to celebrate and dance for decades. it's also a destination for active military and veterans after serving as a location for service men leaving and returning through san francisco. there will be a special celebration at 4:00 this afternoon. seating is first come first served, and when there's no fog. the views are absolutely incredible, but you are tracking some fog this morning. >> that's right. the stratus all of the way into the inland valleys where in morgan hill it is 51 and we're . this is emoriville and the fog clearing for everyone. seasonal temperatures and how long are we going to keep it that way? we've got mother's day and a look into the week ahead features cooler weather. maybe some showers. your forecast is next. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, steph curry comes alive and it was a thrill for warriors fans and all of the highli
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slapshot booth and much more. the warriors will have a few games off before game one western conf the dubs beat the western conference finals. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, durant and ste was scoreless at the half in game six of the playoff series. he goes for 33 in just the second half and the worryiors send t and we start with amelia clark, and game of thrones and bend the knee, james harden, bend the knee. he wasn't ready to do that. the rockets by only one after one quarter. in a sense warriors can be in this thing and clay thompson incredible early on. he kept the warriors alive and the bench contributed to jordan bell and the past two months for draymond green. back to clay who had 21 at the half and tied at 57 and steph is
scoreless at that point and could not make a shot. third quarter, chris paul, heating up dangerous. he had 27 and the rockets opened up a lead as large as seven. here comes the mvp from way out, splash! and once he started to feel it. curry gets knocked down on this play and re-injures and tweaks that go. curry, oh he dances now, 33 in the second half and one more from clay who gets a little excited after this. dagger, give me my match deal and the warriors pull off a stunning, shocking 118-113 victory and they take the series on two for the western conference finals. >> the guys are talking to me telling me to keep ahead and stay aggressive and the floodgates should open at some point and the fourth quarter was amazing. we played amazing defense and
and went in. it's a big-time win for us. >> it's one of the most satisfying we've run. we've been blessed to have all this talent and competitiveness and these guys are just amazing and they've won a lot of big games and this is definitely one of the most satisfying we've had. >> what a game. the giants are using the stanley cup in batting practice. giants and reds make sense of what it would go deep to center here and stephen duggar. i've got it. i've got it. i ain't got it. ball popped out when he hit the wall and two-run score and the giants get blanked, 7-0 by cinci. this guy has a calendar on his hat and he knows what day of the week it is. bottom 12, matt chapin sends f
off and that wins it 4-3, as in 12 and do not forget game one, western conference finals tonight in san jose. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> steph curry is paying homage to oakland with his latest style of under armour shoes. this is the curry international boulevard shoes. when he was starting out with the warriors he lived in lake merit and took 880 when headed to oracle. the shoes will be available next friday. getting a check of the bayier forecast with lisa argen. hi, chris. it looks pretty typical for this time out there. here's a live look at santa cruz. 59 degrees and plenty of cloud cover and the sun is breaking up a little bit and we'll see highs there in the low 70s. so for the rest of the bay area, it will be rather gray to start out with temperatures all in the 50s. we've got the stratus that is pushed inland and so by
mid-morning we're sunny and looking at a the cooler pattern sets up in the middle of the week into the end of the week and there is a look at the winds this morning in san francisco and up to 12 to 15 miles an hour and the sea breeze should be up to about 20 miles an hour out to the west and speaking of the low clouds all of the way towards the delta this morning and a pretty good push, but it all does evaporate and make for a slightly warmer day today as weak high pressure building in. isn't this a nice vantage point. you can see the sun, just a little bit of it trying to peek through there. 58 in mountain view with 57 in san jose. santa cruz, we checked in with you at 50 and 54, half moon bay, pier 39, half moon bay and we'll have it at 66 downtown. 54 in napa with low 50s out by
the delta and concord and gree spread with livermore and concord and we are clear around the central coast and monterrey and san luis obispo. you'll notice that the clouds are still with us around fremont and hayward by about 8:30, 9:00 and they continue to pull back and by 1:00, 2:00 it's a nice day out there and an early push throughout the evening tonight. tomorrow morning we're waking up to the gray sky and once again, the skies retreat by 10:30 and we're looking at clouds around the beaches and tomorrow we could shave off a few degrees and we'll look for more sunshine, though, all throughout your mother's day weekend. 79 for a high today over in concord and looking at 80 tomorrow and a little bit of change tonight. not much, we'll wait until tuesday where numbers come down at 3 or t 4han what
you'd experience today and we'll look for numbers all around the bay. to be pleasant. 70s and 80s bayside, and 72 san rafael. over in oakland, topping off, and if you're spending time over at the coliseum for the athletics looking at 64 degrees at about 1:00, mid-60s later on in the day. overnight tonight, we're in the 50s in fremont and the seven-day forecast, look for low 60s at the coast and low 70s around the bay and 80 inland and low clouds and fog to start out. download the accuweather app coming down a few degrees and holding steady mid-week and by wednesday and thursday with the incoming trough, we could see a few showers and then it should be dry on friday. so it looks like if we see anything, it should be light, but we'll have to wait for the new model runs to come out and still too early to say.
>> we'll follow on the abc news app. today is the one-day largest food drive in the country. it's the stamp-out hunger food drive. they collect non-perishable food items. place it by your mailbox. workers will pick it up and deliver it to the food bank. last yore more than 70 million pounds of food were donated and that's equivalent to 500,000 meals. virtual reality is changing everything from entertainment to research to medicine, but now one bay area hospital is using it to prepare its patients for surgery. abc 7 news anchor, dan ashley has the story. >>. >> reporter: ana has volunteered to take a journey inside a child's brain. it's an experience that's ts at ucsf children's hospital oakland to navigate a scary situation with much more confidence. >> the not knowing is the hardest part. there is so much fear that comes
out of the unknown. >> dr. curtis is a virtual reality system known as surgical theater, the technology has helped revolutionize brain surgeries by creating a precise 3d pathway into a patient's brain. >> take a walk with me. look to your left. >> now doctors at children's are tweaking that experience to help families follow along. parents and young patients are projected as avatars, using a point of view headset and gamer-style controls, they can explore the area doctors plan to operate on. >> this big red thing here is the tumor. >> families can see the doctor's avatar and each other's as well as they wander in the virtual space. they can point to anything they may have a question about with a single click. >> i can point things out with my hands as pointers and she can point out the things with her pointer. the reality is we're not sharing with them, they're sharing with us and by communicating their disease and their anatomy using
this medium i'm using a language they understand. >> the virtual reality technology is made possible by donors who can adopt the suite through a foundation. doctors have been able to lower anxiety level says dramatically for families and even very young patients. >> there is this clouds parting moment, this epiphany where they understand. >> and to understand with much more confidence how surgeons at children's will be able to step in and change the course of their lives. >> that was dan ashley reporting. as we mentioned, donations support the vr program at children's hospital. we have links and information on our website abc 7news.com. next, celebrating taiwanese-american culture. the free festival
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long including paper lantern making, chinese yo-yos and live performances. the event is free. it goes from 10:00 until 4:00 and maybe bring a light jacket in case you need it, but overall things aren't too bad in san francisco. >> the clouds will be parting and we'll be seeing some sunshine and waking up to gray skies and 66 downtown and 73 in vallejo and 73 in fremont and upper 70s to 80 inland and a little change for mother's day and the warmest days over the weekend and that's nice for a change and then we're cool to mild and more clouds and cooler at the end of the week. >> thanks, lisa. thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. "good morning america" is next and abc 7 returns at 8:00 a.m. we'll see you then.
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