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nation . >> i'm luz pena in san francisco. more women are booking tickets to spain, but not just for fun. they are freezing their eggs. >> the city's push to provide more parks for kids of all abilities. abc 7 news starts now. >> news to build a better bay area from abc 7. >> a desperate plea from a local women's shelter has been answered tonight. >> the serenity house this in oakland that provides services to women who are survivors of addiction, homelesness and incarceration after rent was raised 75%. >> they owe 75,000 in back rent by tomorrow and the community has risen to the challenge.
>> liz has more on the desperate efforts to raise the money. >> 5,190. >> hour by hour, donations are pouring in for a women's shelter in west oakland, facing eviction. they have to pay $14,000 in back rent. >> our rent had been $2,000 and went up to $3500. it's tough. >> serenity house is offering shelter to women for the past decade, but this hike was too much. they are four months behind on paying rent. >> after scrunching around, we just don't have it. we don't have it. >> valerie is a board member whose sister went through the program and turned to go fund me as an everyday to raise the funds. >> $14,000 is not a huge amount of money with all of the money that you see in the bay area. why is it so hard and such a struggle for us to pay the rent?
>> the go fund me has taken off. one anonymous donor gifted them $5,000. >> $14,000 won't solve all the problems. they are expecting to get money and as housing costs rise, the challenge to pay rent won't end there. >> it has been a systemic struggle for us to be able to just stay here and continue to do the work. we need to do it here. >> what's the plan in the long-term? that's still to be determined. >> the thing is we need to be here because as long as the people are here, we need to be here. >> abc 7 news. >> if you would like to donate to help, we have a link on our website. >> pothole repairs through downtown oakland are expected to be done any minute now according to caltrans. the road problem caused gridlock. look at this thing. caltrans had to close the three
left lanes to patch it. it formed in the middle lane at 11:30. dozens of cars hit it and cars ended up with flat tires as a result. >> a package investigation. they gave the all clear after this brief case was left on a tree branch if the government center. they have since released this extra and said it was full of clothes. >> freezing eggs can be costly. it can cost in the tens of thousands of dollars sometimes. >> many millennials are traveling to europe to go on vacation their eggs. >> luz pena spoke with a resident who just came back from where she froze her eggs. >> a tank worker hasn't met the
and doesn't want to jump into a relationship because her biological clock is ticking. more than freezing her eggs, this was empowering. traveling through spain is not the main reason she flew to spain two weeks ago. >> this is for you, my future babies. >> you heard right. that's her dreaming and taking steps towards being a mother one day. she traveled abroad to freeze her eggs. >> we are part of the generation with huge college loans like never before and part of the generation that came of age in the recession. there were financial implications that make it harder to start a family. >> she is not alone. she traveled along with five other women who chose where they wanted to go while making pit stops at fertility clinics. >> the last days, two shots a night. you give it to yourself in the belly. the first time i rallied a group of women to do it with me.
>> they coordinated the trich and the ceo vetted the clinics. >> we assume until we try it, it's fine. >> freezing eggs in the u.s. can cost 15 to $25,000. they charge between 3,500 and $4,000, not including the trip. >> why spain some. >> the reason for spain being one of the best places in the world for the fertility treatments is they passed a law in the early 2000s that is one of the most inclusive health care laws in the world. >> she wants her eggs back delivered to the u.s. or go through insemination in spain. >> i will leave them there for now. >> freezing your eggs in the u.s. is not always covered by insurance, but tech companies like facebook, google and apple are using this as part of the benefits for employees. in the newsroom, a brks krrbc 7.
>> napa county is the first to roll out a low tech way to help first responders. here's a look at the story and others that are making headlines tonight. >> when fire came to the north bay in october of 2017, deputies went door to door, warning people to get out. often that meant banging on evacuated houses. napa county is the first to develop this low tech idea. >> this is old school, but dependable and reliable. >> alameda county is one of 50 locations still with the highest number of new hiv cases. tout f street. >> so i did. encampment to see if they knew how to fight the epidemic. >> do you know what prep is?
>> i understand it's a form of medication that prevents hiv. >> they have their own program to get to zero new infections. >> attorneys seem confident as they walk into a san francisco federal court ready to take on the nfl and oakland raiders. >> the bottom line is to get my residents reimbursed. >> so far he failed to prove a violation of antitrust laws. sheriffs deputies recovered this from the two burglary suspects. two women entered the walgreens with large bags. they alerted the deputy that the women had stolen products and
they are now under arrest. >> in the effort to build a better bay area, we are taking a closer look at recreation. >> the city is considering a park accessible to people of all ages and abilities. >> designers are using another playground as something of a blueprint. >> amanda has the story. >> magical bridge playground is known for the play equipment. accessible to people of all abilities it attracts people from all over like her family from san francisco. >> we're have one on the autistic spectrum. my kids are integrating with children who have other needs that they may not be aware of. >> this recipe for recreation iss. million to put the playgrounds in each of the five districts. >> good quality and safe and durable and love to see more of
these parks around. >> palo alto is planning for a second to be built. private donations mainly funded the park. a link is the woman behind. one child had varying disabilities. >> i wanted them to have a great time at the same park. for me it's very personal. >> because of the effort to build a better bay area, others will have more options to play with people of all ages and abilities. increasing the need to include everybody in the community as opposed to calling park special needs should just be a community park. >> in palo alto, abc 7 news.
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police on a high speed chase and at times, look at this. the speeds topped 120 miles an hour. crazy. the driver hit three cars during the chase and ended when the driver pulled into a popular shopping center. all three suspects were caught. >> that's scary. the world celebrates 50 years since the apollo 11 lunar module on the moon. many celebrations to mark the around versary. >> the uss hornet is stationed there. >> that's the ship that recovered from the ocean when they returned to earth. >> abc 7 talked to many who took part in the important mission. >> we were looking at all of a sudden it was coming down above us. my name is john and i was one of the swim teams on the apollo 11 recovery. back here is where we were.
this is where we went out and would jump in. our job was to put the caller on the command module to keep it afloat in case something went wrong. >> when are it came down, they had not cut the parachutes and the wind turned it upside down. >> they were prepared for that and had bags they inflated that up righted it. the helicopter was between 20 and 30 feet and they dropped it. one would go out and put a sea anchor on the command module and the other two would put the collar around the command module and keep it afloat. another swimmer came down to do the decontamination. >> the decontamination swimmer, the thought was there were lunar pathogens. they would have breathed in all this moon dust. >> what are a time that was.
this is an excerpt from a digital only story on the website. >> another sailor talked about his ordeal to keep president nixon from tripping on television cables. >> let's check out what the weekend weather is going to be like. >> i'm delivering the goods this weekend. it will be nice weather. look at the time lapse from the camera. we have a healthy marine layer close to 2,000 feet deep. we will not have to deal with a high heat. it will be mild to warm. temperatures are a lot like today. below average for this time of year. one thing is for sure, you will need the sunscreen. the uv index will be very high and tree pollen running high as well. if you have allergies, trees are to blame. definitely pine. watch out for that. a live look from the santa cruz
camera. enjoying the summertime rides and the evening is good. low clouds and fog to parts of the east bay and a good push continuing to fill in as we head towards tomorrow morning. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we have nothing to complain about. look at the dangerous heat much of the midwest and the east coast is dealing with. d.c. 100 and new york 97. here's what it's going to feel like. 106 in chicago and 109 in detroit. this is really obviously heat, humidity, very dangerous conditions there. travel plans there, heat advisories and excessive heat warnings in effect. grateful we have mild conditions. the shark tank and the visibility is good. warming trend begins this weekend as it will be sizzling heat inland.
hour by hour fog, spotty drizzle. mainly sunny at noon time and we are looking at mild and breezy conditions for the afternoon with temperatures falling by eening. first thing tomorrow, speaking of falling in the 50s, a little bit of drizzle near the coastline and watch out for slippery roads. tomorrow afternoon it will be mild. 84 in morgan hill. 79 in sunnyvale. on the peninsula, upper 70 frz mountain view to red road city. they are not where they should be, but pleasant. 66 downtown san francisco. 62 in the sunset district. north bay 76 in san raphael. 79 in santa rosa. a few clouds and sunshine. 73 in oakland and 66 in the castro valley. 83 in livermore and warm in antio antioch. 82 in walnut creek. 86 tomorrow for the warmest
spots. that is going to be the coolest day in the seven-day forecast. it will warm up on sunday. notice the temperatures go up more and by wednesday, we are talking triple-digitdigitdigitdt temperatures in the 60s near the coast and 80s around the bay and hot inland thursday and friday. mid- to upper 90s. >> thanks. >> the san francisco zoo is using the lion king movie as an opportunity to teach
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other wildlife groups to bring awareness to the declining population of wild lions that helped save them. there will be paper lions and a roaring contest for kids. >> that's fun. those who donate to save from extinction will be entered to win two free tickets to see disney's the lion king. disney is the parent company of abc 7. fun stuff. >> the giants. how do they do? >> they have a grand total of three hits, but they find things to win. the mets helped them out
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another pitcher's dual and win for the giants. they have everything rolling right now and let's be honest. it helps that the mets are just terrible. on a beautiful night in mccovey cove, steaming out of the harbor. strikes out and struck out five. runners at first and second. pablo sandoval, you will get nothing and like it. the giants get a hit after the 6th, but two down, pablo pops up to the fifth and it's the husband and wife play. no communication. dickerson is running all the way from first and the relay throw was way off line. alex dickerson scores and a walk off error. seven straight wins and somehow, some way they are back to 500.
how about the a's and twins. 94 degrees in minneapolis. i want to be wearing a body suit and a mask. leading off with the 15th homer of the year. a 2-0 lead. twins retake the lead with one big swing of the bat. third inning. mar win gonzalez off of chris bass. you better be clutch. matt olson, two-out single at the fourth. the a's tack on two more runs in the 6th. getting this ball to get down. that allows ramon to come home. get the bask off. i need air. i need water. this is a bad idea. a's win, 5-3. surprising news with no suspension for tyreek hill. some found it to be a shocking ruling as they can report to training camp. hill was heard threatening his
former fiance. there were allegations that hill broke the arm of his 3-year-old son, but the nfl said they didn't have access to enough evidence to warrant any type of suspension. back to the field. let's kick it. battle of l.a. the galaxy star gets a pass and volleys to himself and he shoots and scores. by the way, he loves it. he was once asked what he was getting his wife for her birthday. he said nothing, she has latan. use that line and see how fast i have to exit the premises. his galaxy win. the top ranged boxing. look out. that's 255 pounds and he
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