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in union city the council
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has voted to close this fire station. >> why area residents are joining this protest against the construction of a massive de telescope. >> i'm in san jose with one man's effort to bring back and beautify his community's bocce ball court. >> now, news to build a better bay area from abc 7. >> in east bay the council and union city has agreed to close one of their fire stations because of bummed air issues and low call volume. >> station 30 is loked on easton court where we find lisa. lisa, what's the community reaction to this news? >> reporter: it's mixed, really, but most are sad to see their local fire station go. >> fire station 30 on easton court is quiet today.
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according to city leaders this is how it normally is, which is one reason why it needs to close. >> we have about 638 calls a year from that particular station versus the other three stations, about 222100 phone calls. >> the budget is in deficit which they hope will be helped by the closure. the fire chief says public safety will be at risk. >> it's going to change response times throughout the city. we're going to go from a response time that should be -- or a travel time actually that should be under four minutes to up to six minutes. >> time made a world of difference for this woman last year. they thought she was having a heart attack. >> they came within four minutes, not three minutes, i think. they don't believe we'll be there in the hospital in no
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time. >> some have mixed reactions. >> if it's saving taxpayer money perhaps the city made the correct decision. >> i don't think that's a good idea. i think it's putting you -- i mean, it's nearby places. >> station 30 services york, so that city will be impacted by the loss as well. in union city, abc7news. >> thanks. >> hundreds of people are protesting the construction of a massive telescope on the summit of a >> hundreds of protesters have blocked construction atop hawaii's tallest mountain.
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>> we do not have a voice. >> this woman is flying to hawaii's big island to join her family in protest. >> others are leading us to this front line and we have to go. >> reporter: hawaiian elders were arrested during the protest on wednesday. jiets not the telescope itself. tights fact that they're building it there. >> this woman teaches at stappford. she grew up year the volcano and has been involved in the fight against the telescope for years. >> this is equivalent to something like mount fuji. it has been an issue for generations. >> the first telescopes were constructed in the 70s. >> it's an ideal place to have a telescope. you don't have a lot of light pollution. you've got the steady air in the 14,000-foot peak. >> this man says the new
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telescope would be three times the size of existing telescopes on the summit. >> it can help is understand how our universe works, what the evolution of our oougs was and where the universe is going. >> reporter: the university of california is a major partner in the project. on friday, there's a protest planned on uc berkeley campus. in san francisco i'm kate larsson, abc7news. >> a truck are driver's in trouble in san francisco after a crash that killed a man. here's a look at that story and others that have made headlines today. >> a truck driver faces charges after police say he rap over a pedestrian. officers say the truck dragged the victim for several blocks. >> this is the 20th fatality on san francisco city s >> it's great to -- >> two months after san
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francisco police used a crow bar to get into a reporter's home, the police have been ruled against. >> they've ruled that they he was a skbrurnlist and is protected under the shield law. it's really a sight to see. i mean, bullets, yellow vests telling everybody to be careful. >> muni is trying to figure out what caused two leaks in the embarcadero station. >> the water was coming from above. >> it malfunctioned. >> an update to a story that's trended for days. two more suspects have been arrested including 18-year-old deandre' gant. he faces charges of attempted
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murder and conspiracy for his alleged role in the mall shooting over two weeks ago now. two teenagers were shot and wounded. they're recovering. four people have been arrested so far, including a 14-year-old. a murdered iowa colleg student is being honored with a mural. molly tibbets vanished one year ago today. her body was found in a iowa cornfield. a local artist created a mural called every-day joy. it will got up at the university of iowa university. she was studying to be a child schough terrorist. >> here's at abc 7, we're fourksed on building a better bay area. sometimes it doesn't mean starting from scratch. >> residents are taking on the task of bringing an old
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city-owned bocce ball court bach to life. >> here's the story. >> reporter: behind the tennis parks, the once popular bocce ball courts remain. they're seemingly unused. >> itiand s the bocce courts were put in to serve them. >> this man said in the 40s and 50s every day this place would be filled with people. a gradual lack of interest is how we ended up here. >> it's one of the few places you can play bocce but the courts fell into disrepair. >> it hasn't been used for over five years. that's a long final. >> reporter: but jose posted to a community facebook page. >> jose has taken it upon himself over the last few weeks to revoightalize the bocce
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erree gfe ir outhe t par has h its share of issues. this woman says the park has a reputation of rampant homelessness and drug use. >> there were several people living here. >> reporter: they say it's one way the north side neighborhood hopes to build a better bay area. >> if we don't rally together and support each other, it doesn't happen. >> reporter: in snoemg, abc. >> these kids are having -- >> we're having fun! >> new foundation. two race horses died towed after colliding with each other at a southern california racetrack hours after opening day. how officials are explaining its as they're forced to sprain a
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slough of other deaths. >> how much cooler as we approach the weekend coming up? >> all that ahead. first, what's coming up on jimmy kimmel live. jimmy. >> thanks, this is why i called you here tonight. this is for you. >> oh! >> this is a -- >> oh, my
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. . two horses were killed in a catastrophic training accident at the del mair thoroughbred club north of san diego today. the track is temporarily shut down. the accident happened the morning after opening day. one horse threw his rider and made i a sharp turn on the track. that horse collided with another horses died of broken necks. the jockey was thrown from the horse but is expected to be ok. >> these things are extremely rare types of accidents. i've been running tracks for 50 years. i think i've seen about four. >> del mar had seven horse
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deaths last year, including four in training meets. that's a relatively safe track record, by the way. >> a man and his wife vanished in the mohave desert says he's been investigated for her disappearance. they went on a hike. authorities say a polygraph test found him to be deceptive. he said he had nothing to too with his wife's disappearance. >> whoever has her, please release her. no questions asked. >> good morning america will have more on this investigation tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. >> abc7news is committed to building a better bay area, as you know. it looks like the curries are devoted. >> we were there today as they made a promise. >> welcome. made me stand up and give the
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loudest applause possible, to aiesha and steph curry. >> this is a moment years in the making for steph and aiesha curry. >> you have two people in your corner. >> they're the three pillars of the curry's foundation. the coordination of their passion that gets kids out from behind the screen and gives them everything they need to succeed. >> the nutrition side of things for me is very important. i feel like that gets the ball rolling for them to have a great education. >> sports for me, obviously, i was using to learn about myself. >> in between the relay races, kids qualify for a free or reduced price lunch. >> helping us. >> keeping a program like this
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in oakland where it is so needed even when the warriors move across the bay is what touches this community the most. >> it does mean a lot. as young philanthropists, it's saying to a group of any len al leaders how to do it. i hope it inspires others. >> at the end of the day a little play. they had a special surprise for each and every child. >> i think everyone should get under. >>ifheryies >> thank you, steph and aiesha. we love you! >> they say they're going to
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focus on the city and have plans to expand later. you want to take me out? >> nbc 7. >> good job! >> now your weather forecast. >> what a sweet story and a great cause. this is a time lapse. you may have been watching the fog closely like i have been. the marine layer has been deep ening all day long. it is close to 2,000 feet deep. cool to watch that river of fog coming in over the hills. tonight because it is so deep we'll have to deal with mist and drizzling. we've already seen it, so use caution. it is going to be catch in spots tomorrow. definitely cool and drizzly if you're walking to work. definitely grab the jacket. life doppler seven shows you clouds around the bay. visibility is down to five miles in pet aluminum aichlt half moon
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bay, visibility of six miles. i want to show you what we can expect headed towards the next few dies, which includes your weekend. tonight going into tomorrow morning, temperatures below average again. just like they were today. warmer weather is starting this weekend. so it did cool off. obviously, today. we're going to keep it going tomorrow and speaking of,le temperatures are in the 50s-60s. i think it's going to be great sleeping weather for you tonight especially when you look at this picture. it's great out there looking at san francisco. 5:00 a.m., widespread overcast skies, 8:00 a.m., watch out reduced visibility andlippy ligr jacket. temperatures in the 50s primarily with the spotty drizzle so wipers may come in handledy. tomorrow, 64 in half hoop bay, 64 in san francisco. some of the fog will linger. 74 in san rafael. up into the 70s for oakland,
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vallejo. 78 for san jose. lowing 80s for conquered and liver moore. we'r there will be some changes. low 60s to mid 80s tomorrow. minor warming for saturday and sunday and then look what comes your way. next week, the temperatures inland will go into the mid to upper 90s. low to mid 60s coastside. just when you think, oh with we're in this nice poot earn, guess what? it's still summer and the sizzle will be back. until then, don't have to worry about the sizzle. it's the drizzle. >> nice. >> all right. san jose's mayor is getting into show business, sort of. >> what when i have an asthma attack... i feel like a fish with no water. learn how to prevent your child's next asthma attack.
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. lights, camera, liccardo. >> the mayor tweeted this picture showing him with the cast members from the hbo series "silicon valley." it's entering its sixth and
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final season. >> he tweeted that he has a cameo appearance. look at the mayor. >> yeah. >> all right. there you go. >> nice. >> good job. >> by the way, giants still playing. >> no. >> now? >> hitting. >> hitting? >> yes. and madison bumgarner's last start as a giant? if so, he up
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. good evening. with the trade deadline looming on july 31st, we really are now getting down to what are likely the last few starts for madison bumgarner. noah syndergaard, a dodger fan in the house? that's -- who's raising that kid? bumgarner struck out six. sing and a miss. sippeder guard would go seven
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innings, allowed one run, struck out eighth. trouble in the seventh. gave up a lead-off triple and brandon flies out. no damage done. hi went nine. frazier rounding out that end of the ninth. a big salute from the fans. we go to extra, extra, extra. top ten, striking out the side, jeff mcbeal. we play on. here it comes, there it goes! taken out a sea gull. look out, birdies. >> monster 2-1 lead. the giants are threatening in the bottom of the 16th. as taking on the twins. mike fiers on the hill in this game. 1-1 in the sixth. profar crushes this one. two bops yerksd another one today. the a with a home run. they led 3-1 but the twins lead
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the entire league in homers. h gives it up. aloha. eddie row zar owe, three run. twins go up. they weren't done. c.j. cron, a solo blast. 6-3, twins, the final. belator champ promoting his fight in san jose. he's won seven straight fights. feels like he's only getting better. >> i'm just getting into my prime. it has more to do with the mental aspect. it's not just physical. i feel the best i've ever felt. i'm injury free and i'm doing the right thing. i'm taking care of my body. it's been showing the last couple of years. i've been a tear in belator. i love to continue and defend boast belts. that hasn't been done, defending
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both titles at the same time. >> if case you're wonderling how klay thompson is doing after knee surgery, there he is. getting some rehab along with his friend rocco. rocco has 50,000 followers on instagram. i feel pretty inferior. spormd by river rock casino. the giants have tied it up 2-2. >> it's no ordinary day for our family at denny's. it's crepe day. a family tradition we started about 22 minutes ago and now we can continue that tradition at home with denny's delivery. see you at denny's or
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hmm. [cell phone beeps] hey! [police whistle blows] [horns honking] woman: hey! [bicycle bell rings] turn here. there. excuse me. uh. uh. [indistinct announcement on p.a. system]
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. i was hoping to be able to watch it when i woke up for breakfast. but they win 3-2. appreciate your time. >> thanks for being here. >> see you tomorrow.
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>> it's kind of a bummer when you have to miss out on family vacations. you got that little thing called finals. daniel was a few days into taking finals when his family decided we got to go. >> they didn't get the hint. >> so he decided to roll up on them. >> this is risky surprise. everyone could be like, oh! >> it is his birthday. nobody knows i'm coming to the bahamas. but my mom and ryan. >> sow gets on a plane and lands in the beautiful bahamas where all of the family is hanging out. >> he left finals anyway. i'm going to the bahamas. >> surprise number one is a bonus. he creeps into the hotel lobby. >> what's up? >> surprise number two is just around the corner. so here we have the family hanging out pool side. >> whoa! >>


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