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pattern. good evening, i'm dan ashley. ama is off tonight. >> let's take a look at the records for today. it did reach not only ties, but also breaking records in some cities. you'll notice how warm it was. oakland downtown 91 degrees. breaking a record of 86. gilroy 93. new record for today. and monterey, 91 degrees. breaks the previous record set back in 1989 of 90 degrees. it was pretty warm elsewhere, or hot depending where you were. 87 san francisco, concord, richmond. narrow range of temperatures. 88 in san jose. it got up to 90 in cloverdale. look at live doppler 7 hd, yes, we are tracking some rain off the southern california coastline. those clouds are already starting to head in our direction. i'll let you know when you can expect much cooler weather and
showers coming up. there are disturbing new details of sexual harassment at uc berkeley involving 19 staff members. stom of them still work at the university. alyssa harrington spoke with one of those victims. >> it's just very hard. >> reporter: she was heart broken when she learned her sexual harassment case at uc berkeley was among several others. >> i sat and i wondered, you know, what did the victims of these circumstances go through. was it anything like i went through, was it worse. >> reporter: documents reveal 17 sexual harassment investigations since 2008 involving staff. 11 have resulted in the accused being fired or resigning. these include a custodian, peeking at a woman in the shower. an adjunct professor who sent sexual e-mails to a student, and a massage therapist touching a woman's genitals. she said she was forced to go on leave when she complained about the law school dean hugging and
kissing her. >> it was like it was on me to resolve the situation. there was no real interest on the university's part to protect me as an employee. >> reporter: among those in the report that kept the job, the diving coach. he was only docked pay when a co-worker accused him of making inappropriate sexual comments. >> i'm not here to defend past decisions nor can we turn back the hands of time. what we can do is to advance on our commitment to improve our policies, our practices and our culture. >> reporter: michael o'hare said the damage has already been done. >> well, we don't have statistics to show all of the brilliant women not having to applied to graduate school here and gone somewhere else. >> reporter: the mission is to strengthen prevention efforts. in berkeley, alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. take a look at the aftermath
when an out-of-control dump truck filled with hot asphalt plowed into a converted apartment building in sausalito. >> i heard the very loud sound, which could only be a truck rolling backwards down the hill. this tremendous crash. i said to my husband, honey, somebody, a truck has rolled down the hill and smacked into our garage. >> firefighters said the driver lost control when making a turn. he was able to jump out of the truck before the crash, but he fractured an arm. officials are concerned if they remove the truck, the house will collapse into the home below. crews have attached a line from the garage roof to a tree hoping to keep it in place for the time being. our reporter cornell bernard will have a report at 11:00 over on channel 7. certainly a strange situation there tonight. the san francisco police union has released a survey showing most of the officers polled want tasers. the poll was released as police
commissioners began arming police with them. this is the streaming video provided by the city tonight. vic lee has more on this new development. >> reporter: a recent survey reveals that 68% of san franciscans favor tasers for our cops. a marin county deputy sheriff is using a taser in this video. that's what the police commission is considering, in its review of lethal force policies. the police union released the radio spot after getting results of a survey it commissioned which shows 68% of those polled supports arming officers with tasers. only 14% of the 500 san francisco voters surveyed said they opposed the electronic control devices. 18% were not sure. our informal survey found similar views. >> better than shooting somebody. >> it's taken too long to get them armed with tasers. >> hope to cut down shootings. >> reporter: police union
president martin hall oh ran said the polls validate his position that all the officers should be carrying tasers as alternatives if possible to lethal force. >> right now sfpd officers go from a baton to a bullet. >> reporter: so far two of the police commissioners have come out publicly against tasers. the main argument being that they could result in medical emergencies and even sudden death. the chief has proposed a narrower policy that only select officers, like the tactical unit, should be equipped with them. then maybe more later. >> i'm somebody who believes that to go in with some sort of measure of caution whenever you're doing anything new, see how it goes, see if you have any problems, see how you can make it better. >> reporter: one hurdle to the proposal is the cost of deploying tasers all at once to all officers. >> when it comes to saving a life, what's the cost on a human life in this city? >> reporter: police commissioners are set to discuss
the issue tonight. vic lee, abc 7 news. engineers returned to the lower level of the bay bridge today with high-tech gear with them. they're inspecting the bridge's tunnel for any signs of deterioration. in february, a chunk of concrete fell and nearly hit a driver. that certainly raised concern that the tunnel is deteriorating. a team from the feral highway commission came in to inspect. they're using radar, infrared imaging and echo sound waves to check for corrosion and cracking inside the tunnel walls. >> the radar can see about 12 inches. so if there's a problem back in the wall itself, the ground penetrating radar will be able to see that. >> cal trans said water and vibration could be weakening the tunnel walls. but they insist drivers are not in danger while driving through the tunnel. for the first time tonight, the san francisco district attorney's office is explaining why it let a notorious suspect
go before the fbi captured him in a raid last friday. they were caught on camera hitting more than 40 times with their batons last november. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow has more details about the case that you'll only see on abc 7. >> reporter: when fbi agents and sfpd raided this home friday, it wasn't the first time they'd encountered stan i slauf petrov. prior to the april 1st raid, neighbors said they heard gunshots overnight. a hospital spokesperson confirms christopher mellow passed away last night. sfpd said they have not identified the suspect in his death. fbi sources say it's unclear what, if any, connection petrov had to the shooting. their warrants remain sealed but
court documents from a march raid at the same time reveal more. in this exclusive video on taped by abc 7 news, you can see fbi and sfpd raiding the home march 8th. according to court documents, they arrested the two in connection with controlled substances and a firearm. the san francisco district attorney's office did not charge either. a spokesperson now says the arrests on march 8th were part of an ongoing federal investigation. we did not receive evidence in a timely manner to support the allegations the documents say, and we discharged the case. they remai in federal custody. their connection to what has now become an sfpd homicide investigation unknown. the fbi says it is unable to comment on these latest developments. in the newsroom, hemelanie
woodruff, abc 7 news. police say a man led officers on a high-speed chase with three young children and a woman in his car. they stopped the chase because justice began driving into oncoming traffic. he got away. traffic is moving again along 280 after a shuttle bus carrying apple employees caught fire this morning. sky 7 was over the road. no one was hurt. that's the good news. the apple employees were transferred to another bus and headed on to cupertino. much more ahead on this wednesday night here. coming up, san jose's war on graffiti. what the city is doing to go after those taggers. also, a request to san francisco businesses. they're being asked to turn teenagers away. and for pretty good reason. and cooler weather ahead, maybe even some rain.
beginning tonight, security guards will patrol the area around san jose city hall in an effort to stop graffiti vandals. these are some images provided by the city. vandals struck as recently as monday. they also hit the building last week. the city has seen a rise in graffiti here over the past few
months. surveillance video shows some of the vandals in action. watch now. as of this moment, we're told there will be security 24 hours a day. state lawmakers propose using new technology to catch more people driving while high. not everyone is thrilled about the proposal. abc 7 news reporter chris nguyen explains why. >> reporter: federal officials say more people are driving under the influence of drugs than ever before and now local law enforcement must be given the tools to get them off the road. >> this is a quick way to test and see if they are under the influence of something. and then if they fail this particular swab test, they can haul them down to the station for further testing. >> reporter: a handful of lawmakers are pushing a bill to do a swab test. republican state senator is the sponsor. >> we have to have a way for law enforcement to quickly determine who is posing a danger to other
motorists. >> reporter: the number of drivers killed in crashes who tested for positive drugs went up by more than 40%. under state bill 1462, the test would only be used in instances where there is probable cause that a driver is impaired, and if the driver failed a sobriety field test. they wonder if the technology will be accurate. >> cannabis can stay in a person's body for up to 30 days. if you were to test me today after i had smoked no sooner than two weeks ago, you can't say there's a correlation between that consumption and my driving ability today. >> reporter: the california highway patrol said they'll be monitoring the bill closely. >> we will take the appropriate steps to do a full evaluation to determine whether or not that driver is driving under the impairment or influence of any type of drug. >> reporter: the bill will be reviewed by the public senate safety committee in a couple of weeks. chris nguyen, abc 7 news. tonight the national park service is offering a $1,000
reward for information on a theft of a famous sign in yosemite. the hotel sign made in 1930 was first reported stolen in february. it came shortly before the historic hotel was controversially renamed the majestic yosemite motel. park officials say the theft seems like more than a coincidence. a third man is under arrest suspected of stealing a scooter donated to the make-a-wish foundation made by hunter pence. 35-year-old jacque mans was arrested yesterday afternoon. two other suspects were arrested on monday. the three are accused of breaking into the foundation's san francisco offices saturday and taking the scooter, along with other items. the scooter was recovered when police served a search warrant. it will be returned to make-a-wish tomorrow at at&t park before the giants home opener. san francisco's truancy rate is close to 27%. one organization in the bay area and the bay view district, i
should say, is doing something to help students stay in school. they begin by knocking on the doors of merchants. >> reporter: these were once truant youth who hung out at home or along 3rd street in bayview. lionel said he was having trouble staying in school. >> just seemed like things outside of school, make it hard to focus on school. >> instead of being in school, they're out there. the next step is, you know, incarceration, you know, or some kind of trouble. >> reporter: former 49er marched with students in the annual ymca merchant walk to end truancy. business owners were asked to help students by turning them away during school hours. >> they should be in school. they need to be in school. >> reporter: the students participating in the merchant walk don't attend a traditional public school. instead they come here. inside this ymca building are two schools that provide enough
support to help them transition back. one of the schools is the center for academic reentry and empowerment, known as care. for students 14 to 17 years old. after a semester here, they go back to a traditional public school. >> we have over 385 graduates over an eight-year period that are now viable assets to the community and their families. >> reporter: the other school is a charter school for the older ones. >> smaller classes, teachers have more hands-on, and having a case manager. >> reporter: that case manager happens to be just across the hallway. michelle bettis says coming here helped her graduate and get into a four-year university. in san francisco, leann melendez, abc 7 news. all right. it was hot out there today. but the good news is, things are changing. meteorologist sandhya patel is tracking it for us. >> i'm tired of the complaints, dan. i know people on social media
are saying enough. it is unseasonably warm. hot this afternoon. and right now it is still 86 degrees in san rafael, believe it or not. san francisco is in the 80s. we'll show you the clouds that are coming in from the south. so we are going to notice a big difference. already changes are under way in half moon bay where the high was 88 degrees. 25-degree drop right now at 63. but look how warm it is in san francisco, 81 right now. plenty of 60s and 70s. still retaining some of the heat from earlier in the day. here's a live picture from the kgo roof camera looking along the embarcadero. we're expecting much cooler weather tomorrow and into the weekend a chance of showers friday and saturday. this temperature trend will show you what most of the bay area will be experiencing. livermore the week ahead, tomorrow 73 degrees. average high is 66. notice how those temperatures continue to tumble. your weekend will feature below average numbers by a few
degrees. saturday and sunday. and then a slight recovery as we head into next week. but at least we're going to see some changes. it will feel more like spring than summer around parts of the bay area. here's why. the system that i showed you from off the southern california coast will be sending us some fog. so tomorrow morning, for the commute, we're expecting the fog near the coastline. and high clouds on top of it. so the temperatures are going to go down. and it will be noticeable for your thursday afternoon. first thing tomorrow morning when you do get going, temperatures will be in the 50s for most of you. 49 in santa rosa. fog will be a problem along the coast e especially if your travels take you there. tomorrow afternoon, a thick veil of high clouds that will cut down on the sun. it will be cloudier than sunnier. south bay 73 degrees. 74 gilroy. on the peninsula, low 70s from loss altos. downtown san francisco, 66,
along with south san francisco. daly city 63. get up in the north bay and you'll see mainly 60s and 70s. 68 in san rafael. 70 in santa rosa. 71 napa. east bay 68 berkeley. 69 oakland. inland spots 74 in fairfield. 73 livermore. we switch up the weather pattern, and we bring in the storm impact scale. friday we'll be ranking a storm. the one coming in for friday and saturday is a light system, a 1. light scattered showers, up to 1/4 of an inch. isolated spots could see up to half an inch of rain. friday afternoon you'll notice cloud cover. going into saturday morning, looks pretty wet. if you have saturday plans, scattered showers continue saturday afternoon. and then sunday morning, there's still a small possibility of a few showers. which, of course, we so desperately need here in the bay area. rainfall totals anywhere from .10 to .25 an inch.
accuweather forecast, sharply cooler, tomorrow, chance of showers, friday into saturday, slight chance sunday. we go from the 90s to the 60s. and then next week, dan, still no computer model agreement for wednesday. but there's a chance of showers for right now. >> let's hope that happens. thanks sandhya, very much. still to come, we're getting our first look inside b.a.r.t.'s our first look inside b.a.r.t.'s ne ♪ ♪ (laughing)
775 are on order to replace what b.a.r.t. said is the oldest fleet of rail vehicles in the country. the rail cars are being built in upstate new york and will be delivered cross-country at a rate of 16 per month. they'll undergo six months of vigorous testing in overnight hours before entering service in december. >> this will knock your socks off. it's not your daddy's train. this is the future. we have six doors instead of four doors. it allows for easier entrance into the car and exit of the car. >> the cars also include digital displays, improved air conditioning and automated audio announcements. it represents a $2.5 billion investment. the next big demolition comes this friday and saturday. cal trans will begin lowering the second 504-foot truss span. crews brought down the first truss in february. here's time lapse video of that process. this weekend's work is the second phase in the three-part
process to dismantle the old span. phase three will include the removal of the underwater foundations. demolition is expected to be finished by 2018. stay here with me. another 30 minutes of abc 7 news at 9:00 is next. donald trump is back in new york tonight after his big loss to ted cruz. what it means going forward. also, the wan who secretly recorded her doctors while she was in the operating room. what they said. a man trying to get away from police goes out of control, flipping his suv. what the officer did next that saved the man's life. another half hour of abc 7 news at 9:00 is coming up ne
good evening once again. we'll begin this half hour with a race for the white house. donald trump and hillary clinton are back on the campaign trail tonight after bruising losses in wisconsin yesterday. now they're hoping next to woo voters in new york and pennsylvania, the next big state primaries. abc news reporter megan hughes has the latest. >> reporter: at a rally in long island, donald trump looking for a rebound. lashing out at the candidate who walloped him in wisconsin. >> he is lying ted. i came up with the idea, but you have to spell it right. it's l-y-i-n apostrophe. do you remember during the debate when he started lecturing me on new york values. like we're no good. >> reporter: ted cruz defending the remarks on new york values that he first made months ago. >> it's the values of the liberal democratic politicians
that have been hammering the people of new york for a long time. >> reporter: the candidate getting a cold welcome in the bronx. >> you have no business being here in the bronx! >> reporter: wisconsin possibly setting the stage for a battle over delegates at the gop convention. on the democratic side, bernie sanders is hoping for that chance. sanders at a rally in philadelphia trying to maintain his recent momentum. >> coming together always trumps dividing us up. >> reporter: the odds in delegates are stacked against him. sanders needs to win 74% of the remaining delegates to beat hillary clinton. clinton hammering sanders hard over an interview. >> well, i think he hadn't done his homework and had been talking for more than a year about doing things that he obviously hadn't really studied or understood. >> reporter: megan hughes, abc news, washington. here's a quick rundown of
the overall delegate count. trump still leads with 743 total. keep in mind, 1,237 are needed to clinch the nomination. he needs to win 59% of the remaining delegates to win the nomination outright, and avoid a contested convention. on the democratic side, hillary clinton still leads bernie sanders. clinton has 1,749. a san francisco man is accused of registering to vote using a false address. 49-year-old donald dusnof is charged with three felonies. he was voting in a district he didn't live in. the district attorney said he did it to advance his personal political agenda. senator diane feinstein met with the supreme court nominee merrick garland today. the senator tweeted garland has
a thorough understanding of law and would be a reasoned voice on the court. president obama nominated garland to fill the vacancy left after the death recently of justice antonin scalia. republican senators want to postpone any confirmation hearings until after the election. well, now to a really stunning story. the female patient who secretly recorded her doctors in the operating room and her outrage after commenting on her weight. >> reporter: when you're going under the knife, you don't expect cutting comments like this. you can hear the medical practitioners cracking themselves up during surgery on ethel easter. an apparent reference to the character in the film of "precious." easter had hidden a recording device in her hair extensions.
when you heard them saying over your body precious meet precious, did that offend you? >> it was racially profiling me, yes. >> reporter: easter acknowledges arguing with the doctor when he couldn't schedule her surgery sooner. in a letter to easter, the hospitalaid it alerted staff to be mindful of their comments at all times. but also that no further action is warranted at this time. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. to kansas city now, and missouri, where police were trying to pull over an suv driver. you can see the car just speeding away. the driver loses control. look at this. the car flips several times. and the 31-year-old man was thrown from the car. all caught on the officer's dash cam. the officer rushes over to the driver, gives him cpr, and saved his life. we have new information tonight about a plane load of
passengers that took an extra day to get from honolulu to san francisco. the plan ran into fuel issues two hours out. abc news reporter david curley is asking how that could happen. >> reporter: this 777 forced to return to honolulu. for the 264 passengers onboard, it was a four-hour flight that ended just where it started. about two hours out, the pilots realize they're in a condition called overburn. using more fuel than expected. so they decide to turn around. blame the weatherman, they tell the passengers. >> the stronger tailwinds. >> we do know to a great extent what the winds are going to be. but that is a long stretch of water. there are no weather stations out there. >> reporter: airlines don't like to top off the tanks. the extra weight reduces efish
si. but there are specific requirements when a jet lands. a turn-around like this is very rare. david curley, abc news, reagan washington airport. a former giants coach fondly remembers country star merle haggard. >> i was in 8th great. i did oaky from muscogee. >> the death of a country legend and his
francisco too ♪ >> country star merle haggard with that famous line. the man lived a life right out of a hollywood movie with california playing a central role. abc 7 news anchor eric thomas on haggard's legacy in the bay area ♪ >> reporter: this was merle haggard's anthem, a song his fans loved. in recent years, performing those songs had become a challenge. >> especially hard to do and not show any signs of age in your voice. >> reporter: haggard was born in 1937, and got into show business in time to help shape the bakersfield sound as a performer and as a writer. >> song after song after song. just continue to write his whole entire career. >> reporter: smelly kelly covered some of haggard's songs
in his country western band red meat. >> every show i saw of him,e delivered the goods. >> reporter: tim flannery opened for haggard once in a concert in arizona. >> it's a great loss. he's a legend. he influenced so many people with his music. >> reporter: and it's not just middle-aged country fans who found haggard's music so moving. upand coming performer josh abbott is playing at the roid yo club tonight and he was influenced by haggard, too. >> his songs will live on forever. >> reporter: merle haggard's records were flying off the shelf today at this record store, as fans reacquainted themselves with his long career. haggard died today on what would have been his 79th birthday. eric thomas, abc 7 news. coming up next, you're
when we talk about national treasures, often yosemite national park comes to mind. tonight we have a breathtaking look at exactly why. this is time lapse video of yosemite falls provided by the park and taken by a camera at half dome. beautiful. yosemite falls is just one of the tallest water falls in north america with a drop of 2,425 feet. it is indeed a national treasure. meteorologist sandhya patel is back with us. >> you can see the clouds have been increasing across the bay
area. we are expecting a cooldown tomorrow. those clouds are in association with this system that will bring showers to southern california. upper 60s in san diego. 70 in los angeles. those showers could drift in our direction friday and saturday. 65 in tahoe friday afternoon. in the bay area we'll see the fog come in tomorrow morning. clouds will continue to thicken up. thursday afternoon is going to be a lot different than today. mid-60s to mid-70s. much cooler for your thursday. and if you're heading to the giants home opener against the dodgers at at&t park, 65 degrees at 1:35. uv index still high because we'll still see the sun even though the clouds will be on the increase. look at the rain chances ahead. friday, saturday, best shots for rain. and next week we have a possibility on wednesday. a look at the accuweather seven-day forecast, cooling trend starts tomorrow, carries us into the weekend.
friday and saturday, that system brings us some possible april showers. and another chance next week. >> let's bring on some april showers. >> yeah, we need them. an upgrade tonight for facebook live. the social media giant's live streaming media app. it's getting its own short cut on the bottom of its android apps replacing messenger. facebook live lets you broadcast a live video on your facebook news feed from a smart tophones robots are on their way to becoming a much bigger part of our live. they held their annual robot block party. inviting the whole neighborhood to see exactly what they've been cooking up. it's impressive. here's jonathan bloom. >> reporter: for a little robot called pepper, shaking hands is just the beginning. pepper can high five, even fist bump. and boy, can this robot dance.
what do you think of the dancing robot? >> awesome. >> reporter: these kids, pepper is almost human. >> we want you to think of pepper as a he or she, whichever is appropriate to you. we want you to engage like it's a member of your family or friend. >> reporter: pepper's job is interacting with people. but robots with different jobs take different forms. a robot called bistro bot may not look like a chef, but it's a whiz at slicing vegetables. >> it's as good as a human, but more precise. >> reporter: one of the biggest uses is still manufacturing. robots have become more human, maybe not in how they look, but in the way they think. >> you take the existing tools like the screwdrivers and screws and you can hand-teach this thing. move right in. in the same space as a human.
>> reporter: a robot you teach instead of program. >> it's going to be the biggest impact on robots over the next couple of decades. >> reporter: especially as our population gets older. >> the reality is there's not enough young people to take care of the elderly. >> reporter: robots for those who have trouble getting around to this. >> this is a robot guide for the blind. >> reporter: think of it as a labrador retriever who doesn't bark, and can read maps. abc 7 news. >> we often think of the robots as convenient. when you look at some of these applications to help aging people and people with disabilities, an interesting future. cool. >> they're not making a robot sportscaster, are they? >> i heard something in the management offices the other day. i don't know what it meant. probably nothing. drone one with sports.
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coming up tonight at 11:00, an out-of-control dump truck crashes into a north bay home. at 11:00, the danger from the huge hauler is not over yet. we'll explain why. and the military home coming 60 years in the making. the bay area family finally reunited with their long-lost loved one. tonight an emotional story. are at 11:00 over on channel 11. a robot is not going to have all of the catch phrases and witty quips. >> maybe not the current one. >> they could be programmed. >> they could be. >> they could come up with better ones. >> ooh. >> oh, no, she didn't.
two days after a start, a's ace, the debut against the white sox. the green and gold hoping "grey's anatomy" can pick up their first win of the young season. see what i did that, "grey's anatomy"? former ace star brayden in the bleachers banging the drums. deep to right field. 2-0 a's. bray looks sharp after the sox get a sac fly.dd frasier. right now top nine. a's leading by a score of 2-1. giants wrapping up their series. if you're painting your beer, you are a real fan. buster posey. 1-0 giants.
later in the first, brandon bell, batting with the runners at the corners. over the shoulder. a perfect tloef. throw. posey at the plate. out by a wide margin. giants debut first inning. rbi single ties it. allows three runs on eight hits. top of the second, getting ahold of it. for a skinny guy, he's got a lot of power. giants up 2-1. bottom of the second. the shark cannot come up with the shutdown. domingo santana drives home youngman. the former ace chris carter. carter with four career homers. there goes bernie. the giants suffer their first loss 4-3. they host the dodgers in the home opener tomorrow afternoon. it was a week ago and the warriors looked like an invincible machine. now kind of vulnerable, beatable
after two losses at home. it seems clear that chasing history has taken its toll. last night a 17-point lead. barnes found his stroke from three-point. they just kind of check out mentally. 23 turnovers leaving the easy basket. missed 18 of 25 shots. the warriors stuck on 69 wins, four games left. warriors versus the spurs tomorrow. getting 73 is irrelevant. wrapping up the top seed in the west is the key. >> trying to balance the grind with, you know, this talk of the record and all that stuff. it hasn't been easy. i think that's pretty obvious. in the end, we're in a great spot. we're still trying to lock up the one seed in the west. but we're in a good position to do so. we've got everybody healthy now. we've got to get everybody back
into the mix, get everyone feeling good and in rhythm. and get into a good group for the play-offs. >> it's just something you've got to deal with. there's no excuse. >> the spurs tomorrow night. and then saturday's warriors game against the grizzlies in memphis, on our sister network espn. tip-off is at 5:00 p.m. on saturday. once the final buzzer sounds, switch over to abc 7. we've got the bulls and cavs. that starts at 5:30, to be followed by after the game with mike shumann. nelson spent the past five years with the bengals. carlos said his broken foot has fully healed. he's lost some weight, so he's a little bit lighter.
>> we treat kap the same way, you know. he's a part of the team right now. he's in there every day, he's in the big room with us. we treat him like he's our teammate, which he is. we don't treat him any different. abc 7 sports brought to you by toyota. or should i say toyota. >> you have held off robot replacement for at least another couple of days. >> days? >> days. >> the technology's changing rapidly now. >> who knows maybe pepper has her own catch phrase. >> if you go, we all go. that is our report. as always, we really appreciate your time. thanks so much for watching. have a great night. and if you have a few moments, make time for us over at 11:00.
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