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must change with medicare for all. >> this idea is a bunch of malarkey we're talking about here. >> biden and harris go at it again. >> over healthcare as the democrats debate in detroit. >> maggie rulli is there. >> reporter: night two started off with what some are calling a verbal jab before the first question was even asked. that leave therea lasting impression. vice president joe biden coming like the feeling of movement as a new journey begins, face-to-face with senator kamala or the sight of soft fur, warmed by the morning sun. harris after squared off over bussing. bringing it up in round two. you might remember new flavours, >> still failed to acknowledge or a view that defies all expectations. it was wrong to take the position he took at that time. these are the memories that stay with you, >> barack obama knew exactly who long after the moments have passed. i was, had ten lawyers do a check on me, on civil rights and civil liberties. ok i'll admit. i didn't keep my place as clean as i would like 'cuz i'm way too busy.
>> this is a crisis in our country because we've treated who's got the time to chase around down dirt, dust and hair? issues of race and poverty, so now, i use heavy duty swiffer sweeper and dusters. mental health and addiction with for hard-to-reach places, duster makes it easy to clean. locking people up, not lifting them up. it captures dust in one swipe. >> reporter: and health care was top of the list. >> person enjoying this debate ha! gotcha! and sweeper heavy duty cloths lock away twice as much dirt and dust. most is democronald trump, pit it gets stuff deep in the grooves other tools can miss. democrats against each other as y'know what? my place... is a lot cleaner now. lurking to take away health stop cleaning. start swiffering. care. >> senator has had several plans thus far. can't beat president trump with double talk on this plan. >> reality is our plan will bring health care to all americans. >> reporter: all agree priority is getting president trump out of the white house. >> first thing i'm going to do as president, chlorox the oval office. >> opposite of donald trump is an asian man who likes math. >> reporter: now hoping that their performances are enough to get them to the next round of
debates in september. abc7 news. detroit. >> abc7 news was in san francisco, debate watch party. cheered the senator when she sparred with joe biden out of the gate over health care but went quiet when challenged her record as attorney general of california. still crowded field, democrat cans hope eventual nominee will have support. >> see the primary candidates be that's our report this wednesday. appreciate your time. dan ashley. whoever is winner fold >> ama daetz. organizations behind the final for larry, drew, all of us, thanks for joining us. winner. >> reporter: final hosted by >> see you tomorrow. abc, september 13th. fact checkers were hard at work, abc7news.com. new at 11:00, lyft has yanked entire electric bike fleet in san francisco after two burst into flames. first saturday south of market neighborhood and another caught tv's number one daily viral fire earlier today in lower video show, right this minute.
>> they're on a deserted street when the man suddenly -- haight. >> grabbed the woman and put her cornell barnard is live. in a choke hold. >> reporter: anyone trying to >> now see if a passing rider is rent a lyft electric bike like willing to put himself in this will see two warning lights. means the bike is offline and all will be until company can troubleshoot possible issues danger. with the battery which may be a buffalo is surrounded by causing fires. lions. >> i counted about 10. >> saw a bunch of white smoke. >> the drama when the herd >> reporter: coming from the bike dock across the street from her place, electric rideshare in. see why you should never underestimate grandpa's skills. bike on fire. smell was terrible. >> firefighters took a step and it's time to wake up but he's not having it. back, popping and snapping of the battery going, i guess >> no. >> oh my gosh. >> terrifying moments for this exploding. >> reporter: this is all that's left, then another mysterious young woman walking on this caught fire folsom and 2nd street. street. operated by lyft under name bay this is in a mexico city suburb
wheels. told abc7 news out of abundance and you can see a man walking on of caution temporarily making the opposite side but this is where things take a turn. fleet unavailable to riders he notices her and turns back while we investigate the technology. around. he starts approaching her and thanks to riders for patience and look forward to making there's a face to face exchange but as she starts backing up, he ebikes available soon. >> thank god nobody was hurt. immediately goes at her. >> reporter: senator wants more safe guards before they hit the just as a cabby on a motorcycle street again. >> if it's a flaw with the goes right behind them. bikes, need to see the plan and he puts her in a choke hold and starts pushing her toward the back. >> help her. >> don't worry. make sure it's fixed before the guy does get off his they're put out there. >> reporter: just returned motorcycle and that's all the the other dude needed to release following legal battle over the woman. she runs over and gets inside to exclusivity rights over other safety while the motorcycle ebike companies. also pulled when brakes sent cabby pulls away. some riders crashing. you just have to do lyft says it's unclear whether the bikes were tampered with or vandalized. unclear when these bikes will be back on the streets again.
live in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc7 news. a loner shrouded how the fbi agents described the gunman in the gilroy garlic festival shooting. combing through legan's social media, claiming he red literature from the left and right. seven shooting victims remain in the hospital. amanda del castillo is in gilroy outside the festival grounds. people are helping in the healing process. >> reporter: mental health agencies in the area say this is the first time they've had to react to this level of devastation, one of the many reasons they're working to provide resources for people working to reclaim their security. out of respect for those working to heal, not showing face of those who attended community support meetings in gilroy last night. whether you were at the festival, know someone, or just
heard about the incident, feeling the impact. shattered s differen rorr:pened doors to anyone experiencing problems dealing with the tragedy. in collaboration with community agencies, department of health and gilroy school district. >> this is not about isolationism, this is affecting all of us. >> reporter: pain visible at vigils. heart ache heard in voices of those close to the victims. >> we're all sharing in the trauma, it's real for all of us. >> reporter: sometimes requires family and friends, sometimes professionals. on hand support animals, collaborative effort, part of long-term recovery. >> horrific trauma we've not experienced around here, there's
no one way to respond but important to step into the healing process and not stay in isolation. >> reporter: plenty of other support options for those who couldn't make the meeting and anonymous over the phone options to heal in private. link on abc7news.com, look for the story. in gilroy, amanda del castillo, abc7 news. >> and gilroy foundation established a special fund for victims of the shooting. on our website how to donate to gilroy garlic festival relief fund. contra costa word. black residents say it's a hate crime. not considered so now, but that could change. jurors in the ghost ship
trial had two questions. wanted to know if tenant and lease holder were interchangeable. alm almeda and harris facing charges in oakland. deliberations continue tomorrow. we'll send out updates through the abc7 news app. i-team exclusive from dan noyes in rome. spoke with attorney for one of the local teenagers accused of stabbing to death italian police officer. >> i'm convinced at this point there's a good chance the police don't know what's happened. >> lawyer is criticizing the criminal investigation and dismiss social media photograph showing the suspect with a knife before his trip to rome. see the full story on abc7news.com and follow dan
on @dannoyes. abc7 news, >> she's living in a closet. as we put the calendar on this, starts out foggy but tracking warmer weather. we've have numbers in accuweather forecast ahead. first "jimmy kimmel live" after abc7 news at 11:00. >> tonight we ruin a second night of the presidential debates. >> feel like i learned what it's like to be a candidate from your show, then wait a minute, i don't know if it's really like this at all.
>> we're focusing on the housing crisis, including the skyrocketing rent. median price for one bedroom in san francisco is $2,470. >> in oakland, $1,760, in san jose, $2,131. >> introduces us to a woman living in scenic alameda square, there is a catch. >> reporter: idyllic san francisco, overlooking the famous victorian painted ladies. >> i'd love to live here. >> reporter: incredibly fortunate residents who live in corner apartment 102. can sing the praises. >> love the design, amazing view. >> reporter: now the surprise, pays just $1,200 a month in rent for a room that doesn't stuff.
that's the twist. >> what's that? >> the bed actually. >> reporter: directly above, not easy access. talk about high rents in san francisco, alex lives in 10 by 4 1/2 foot closen. >> my bedroom for many years. >> reporter: roommate group here, father founded burning man. enlarged the closet living area by adding plywood, he's hiv positive. >> i build it up to expand the space. i needed the money. >> envision yourself at 33 living in a closet? >> i don't like to call it that >> reporter: what do you call it? >> second living area. uh-huh. >> reporter: beyond the somat s somaticscs is the outside being deceiving.
old story for critic of san francisco's housing status quo. >> saying it is a crisis is beyond cliche. >> reporter: self-imposed crisis due to the city's housing. he needs the money, his father died last april and never transferred the lease. see where it's going? had been $1,600 a month for 40 years with rent control became $3,600 and tristan found out the way of his dad's memorial. >> i believe it's the landowners, most of them, who charge as much as they can and squeeze every penny out of everything that can be squeezed. >> he had legal right to do it, was amorally right to do it, no. >> reporter: tristan has appealed to the city, matter of
principle he says. >> struggling to keep my head above water and lot of san francisco can share that set, more than you might imagine that hold steady jobs and live in cars because can't afford to live any other way. >> reporter: compared with that, closet, elevated bed in a loft looks good. >> really cozy. >> reporter: and million dollar view outside tiny window. do we dare call this new normal? what is the solution? >> more housing. >> reporter: how? >> just building it. >> reporter: what would her dreams be? >> make enough moneyoav a ks t play ever happen in san francisco? >> never. >> reporter: wayne freedman, abc7 news. >> bay area has a real housing crisis and searching for solutions. want to hear your story, share
it on abc7news.com and filling out this form. we'd be delighted to hear from you. time to get to the weather. heat is coming back. >> it is. meteorologist drew tuma is tracking it. >> weekend warmth on the way, nowhere near as intense as last weekend but warmer afternoons in month of august tomorrow. live doppler 7 with satellite showing the fog on the way back, exploratorium showing part of the bay bridge. accuweather highlights. next couple of days, tonight areas of fog near the coast and bay, likely drizzle along the coastline as well. tomorrow is mostly sunny and mild start to month of august but numbers will gradually warm up starting friday. saturday and sunday heading into mid-90s in warmest spots away from the coast. right now temperatures in 50s and 60s.
57 in the city, 60 in oakland. 63 in san jose, 56 in santa rosa, livermore with current temperature of 64 degrees. look at visibility, it's bay dense g, moon visible. tomorrow morning likely dense fog for early morning commuters. overnight, marine layer expands. mid to upper 50s for starting lows tomorrow. future, time out the clouds. stop the clock at 6:30 in morning on thursday, fair amount of cloud cover on the bay shoreline, through the delta. inland cities, fog as well. then pulling back to the coast, patchy in east bay in oakland andro. thteoootcoastl whe
will cling. thursday, another comfortable day, 65 in the city, 80 in san jose, 87 in santa rosa and concord, here's accuweather seven-day forecast, next seven days, mild august tomorrow. warmer weather moving in, saturday and sundays, 80s and 90s away from the coast. then morning fog to afternoon sunshine. a van that changed us and chips forever. so thanks, keeper of the keys for a chanceaseganine be
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an orange public phone is spreading smiles in raleigh, north carolina, rings randomly. anyone who answers hears a positive message and people can record their own words of encouragement. a local church is behind it, wanted to combat negativity, nothing religious in the messages, just pure love. >> that's sweet really. >> nice. >> i provide that in the newsroom. >> that's you. right. >> take a poll.
good evening. trade deadline passed today and madison bumgarner remains a giants. but dealt drew pomeranz, somehow got the braves to take mark melancon and $18 million left on contract. brilliant. who put a fan there? no score in the sixth. buster posey got all of that. sixth homer of the season but the giants take 2-0 lead. after pitching change, next batter, pablo sandoval, oppo taco, back-to-back jacks, his 14th. don't do this that often. in the sixth, kevin pillar hits