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now, news to build a better bay area. worry and wonder following word of deportation raids. >> we begin with developing news on that deportation action. >> cornell barnard is live at the immigration office. >> reporter: i have to tell you, it has been very quiet at this federal building where i.c.e. has its bay area headquarters. immigrants and advocates have been bracing for possible i.c.e. arrests and sweeps, and the fear has not gone away. these are images immigration rights advocates would be seeing across the bay area on sunday but so far no sign of any sweeps. >> we have not received any reports or any confirmation of
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i.c.e. activity. >> an immigration rights advocate believes a lawsuit filed friday in federal court may have detoured i.c.e. from conducting raids in the bay area. >> a federal judge in the area put i.c.e. on notice that they must even ensure that every individual has rights. >> the church in the mission district have offered help. >> be inside, keep your door closed and don't answer the door to strangers. >> this man says he's worried about his family. he is undocumented and has been living in san francisco for 14 years. he says he's staying inside his house worried about his wife and four kids being detained by i.c.e. agents. president trump said i.c.e. was looking to arrest and deport up
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to 2,000 undocumented immigrants across the u.s. and the action sparked protests nationwide and this response from the acting director of u.s. citizenship and immigration. >> this is their job every day. we have compassionate and loyal i.c.e. agents just doing their job and it shows how far we have fallen in that it has become news that they would go and deport people that have removal orders. >> reporter: back live now, barricades have been put up around the federal building for possible protests which were expected this weekend. so far we saw only one protesters in front of the building today and so far no response from i.c.e. officials. live inside san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news. bay area congresswoman was with a group of democrats yesterday that visited migrants detained in texas and she
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tweeted out the photos. some of the migrants have been held up to 60 days and have barehand given no information. we have been following this story since president trump announced the raids last month. in the north bay a man that pleaded no contest to a murder case in sonoma county is to be sentenced tomorrow. he confessed to killing two people on the beach as they slept in 2004. gallon also admitted to shooting and killing his brother in 2017. prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty against him as a plea deal, and he will serve a sentence of three consecutive life terms in prison. a follow-up inspection into zoning code violationsonsonsonss
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9,000 illegal plants on butler avenue, and also discovered a hash oil lab on the property. the hazmat team evaluated the team and the sheriff's office removed the you are looking at surveillance video from a grocery store in japantown. you can see lilly tied to a post and all of a sudden somebody untied her leash and walked away with the dug at 5:00 last night. lily's owner told us the golden retriever is a gifted therapy dog. developing news on barry, now a tropical depression as it dumps rain on the gulf coast. streets are already submerged and in addition high surf swamped coastal areas.
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>> tropical storm barry sparing new orleans. beyond lucky. we were spared. >> reporter: tropical storm barry pushed inland, and it was downgraded as it weakened over land. >> seems like those bands moved closer to new orleans and it went around us. >> reporter: but more rain is on the way. >> this storm has a long way to go before it leaves the state. >> rescue crews worked through the weekend and the coast guard airlifted residents to safety as floodwaters surrounded their homes on saturdy. >> the people are very well protected. we have no flooding in here. first time this -- we never had nine foot of water where these people have not gone underwater. it's a great day that these levees do work.
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>> forecast shows days of rain are ahead. 11 million people were under flash flood watching on sunday and some could see severe weather as barry continues to push inland. david daniel, abc7 news. ae hreblelected leaders in city are demanding an investigation into a power out edge that left a large portion of manhattan in the dark. many people lacked power for three hours last night. those cheers erupted when the lights came back on. con edison is the utility that serves new york city and it blames a problem with a substation for triggering the outage. >> you can't have an power outage of this magnitude in this city. it's too dangerous. >> last night's blackout forced the evacuation of a evacuation from jennifer lopez' concert.
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>> we are getting a clearer idea of the impact of the e. coli outbreak from the san diego state fair. that's coming up. >> you can figure out what is going to happen next. for now it's a cliff-hanger. we will show you what happened. we
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fake a look at this terrifying moments after a group of rafters were thrown into the water after going over a
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waterfall. all of this happened yesterday afternoon in ohio pile, pennsylvania. you can see them plummet over the falls. ten people were rescued and all are doing just fine. new developments in the e. coli scare. the number of reported cases how now reached 11. the fair closed the animal exhibits after a 2-year-old died from what he contracted at the fair. there are 11 confirmed cases and one probable case. they all involve children ranging in age from 2 to 13 who did not wash their hands after visiting the animal exhibits. ♪ abc7 news was in golden gate park when the cal band saeerenad
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people taking part in the walk. >> it helps us to raise funds so we can provide nutrition meals dealing with hiv and aids and other complex health issues. >> we made so much progress against the epidemic, and we're not where we need to be. too many people continue to become hiv positive. >> abc7 news welcomed the participants to today's walk, and his band also played touring the after-walk festivities. coming up, shoe collectors gathered in the south bay and they will tell you what makes secret could not a big deal. let's take a look outside right now at the golden gate bridge. you see fog over the span, and there's fog also to the west and a bit to the north of us. in the east bay, sunny skies. mike nicco will have the full
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forecast coming up. and then sharing inspiring stores called "more in common." >> in alaska, just about 200 people all live in the same building. >> it's a town you can only get to through one of the longest tunnels in all of north america. >> it's almost fairy land. >> just about everybody lives in the same building. >> really unique, to live amongst the 240 people, and alaska's only and first gated community. >> everybody works together as a community. i love it down here. >> it's a totally different world here. >> we have filipinos and samoan,
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and we have to get along. >> people from all walks of life ended up here in whittier. >> there's something that brought us all here, and here we are together.
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major retailers are offering big online shopping discounts to compete with amazon prime day. macy's black friday in july sale runs through today and started last friday, and target is offering up to 50% off clothing, home items and toys, while best buy and
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>> the sneaker con helped people find shoes. >> it only happens once a year, and it's a big show. a lot of shoes, a lot of people selling them in stores, trading, buying. >> we are consolidating our items for bigger ticket items. >> everybody who loves sneakers in the bay area, we all do it. >> one told us there were some kinds of shoes being sold for thousands of dollars. >> depending on which direction you were looking in, you saw sunny skies or a big layer of fog. >> yeah, a little bit of a mixed bag. we have mike nicco standing in. >> let's take a look from mount tam. if you are thinking about doing a late afternoon, you can watch
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the sunset before the clouds take over. the cloud deck, that's a foreshadowing of what is to come as we have inkhraesing clouds and the breeze will get stronger, and that's going to kick in a cooling trend. i will show you that coming up in the accuweather 7-day forecast. look at the temperatures, 59 to 61 degrees along the coast in san francisco. upper 60s around oakland and also hayward. look at the 80s around. fremont and palo alto. 77 in san jose. 88 in santa rosa, and let's talk about what is going to happen as far as tonight. it will be comfortable out there. we have mid-50s to low 60s, and 64 in antioch, and 60 in san jose. some of the milder conditions, and definitely great sleeping weather for you. as we head into tomorrow, let's go through the microclimate. everybody in the low to mid-80s.
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gilroy, upper 90s and heat still hanging on there. head up the peninsula and we start in the upper 70s and drop down to the mid-70s. breezier than today and that's going to keep temperatures down just a degree or two today. at the coast, breezy and breezy tomorrow, also. up through the north bay, low to mid-80s in most neighborhoods but the breezes won't reach santa rosa or calistoga northward, so we're hanging out in the mid-90s. and then berkeley southward, hanging on to the upper 70s. tomorrow afternoon, looking like mid-80s to 90s in the east bay valleys. here's a look tomorrow morning. you can see the cloud cover in the bay pulling back to the coast by noon. look at the stronger push as we head into the evening hours, and that's really going to deepen the cooling as we head into tuesday, wednesday and thursday. a quick look again.
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let's recap barry. here's the 35-mile-per-hour winds. look at the rain shield, so much bigger than before. it's going to lose its wind which it will lose some of the characteristics, but the rainfall total high around little rock and up towards monroe and jackson, so there could be flooding for those folks. back here at home, you could see the slow letting out of the heat as the 90s are gone after tomorrow. we will be pretty comfortable in the mid-60s along the coast, and mid-70s around the bay. mid-80s for our inland neighborhoods. get used to morning clouds and afternoon sunshine away from the coast. clouds will be sticky at the coast and just about every morning you can expect highway one at the golden gate to have mist and drizzle. time for a look at sports here. a big win for the green and gold. bring out the brooms, the a's sweep up after a dramatic finish
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at the coliseum. father knows best, right?
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now sports from abc7 news. >> the a's make a move to strengthen their rotation. before today's series finale against the sox the a's made a trade for starting pitcher bailey. he is 3-0 in the last five starts. check this out. fall ball at the coliseum. a fan bending over backwards on the rail. don't try that.
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a's down 2-1 in the seventh. and then laureano, right at the 388 sign to tie it at two. and tied at two in the bottom of the ninth. they throw it away and pen dur races all the way around to first to score. a's win it 3-2. they are rolling. giants and brewers finishing up in milwaukee. tied at one in the fifth inning, and brandon belt with his 11th home run of the year. the giants have a 2-1 l now tied at two in the seventh, and then a bunt faked and solano scores to make it 3-2. and two hits on the day, and that opens the floodgates. the giants score six runs in the inning, and they win it 8-3.
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a trip continues. and thea final epic, the longest singles final ever in tennis. 4:55. the fifth set went to a tie breaker after it was all tied at 12, and also the first time that has happened. federer had his chances and was close to winning in straight sets and djokovic takes it, his second straight win wimbleton title and fifth overall. final day of the american century championship in tahoe. tony romo wins his second title. and the real contest steph and dell curry. they are playing for karaoke. this is on 12. you get a power boat if you make
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a hole in one. almost did it. now steph with a nice birdie on 15. this gives him a big lead but on 16 disaster. in the woods, you are not supposed to be playing from there. no idea where the second one goes. he would take a seven on the hole, and steph gets it done. birdie's 18, and more importantly gets to pick dell's song and outfit for >> i'm picking the song and the venue. that's a good wager right there for sure. >> what is the key to your golf game today? >> the more i play the better i get. yeah, that's it. >> now in the past the family bet was jumping into the lake so we will have to wait until next year to hear dell pay up.
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new on abc news at 6:00, an unexpected rescue for a bay area firefighter in tahoe. >> a special duet with paul
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mccartney. see who showed up. that's it for abc7 news at five. >> i think it had something to do with the drummer. >> don't let the secret out. >> okay. see you back here at 6:00. tonight, the state of emergency. several communities under water. roofs ripped away by heavy winds. residents rescued by helicopter as barry carves a dangerous path inland. now, a tornado watch in effect. the blackout mystery. a major section of new york city grinding to a halt as 40 blocks, including times square, go dark. hundreds trapped. what the power company can't answer. president trump being called racist after firing off several tweets, seeming to aim them at female minority democrats in congress, telling them to go back to where they came from. raging river rescues. one raft caught on camera being
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sucked into a waterfall. and the new video showing a dramatic rescue after another boat flipped.

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