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center. this is abc7 news. diehard fans of dub nation cheer on the home team in a game that can move them into the next round of the playoffs. this is an exciting night. i'm dan ashley. >> the one thing we keep hearing is no one wants to go back to houston. it's starting to look like that's not going to happen. >> larry beil is live at oracle tonight.
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hi, larry. >> reporter: hi. i think the only people going back to houston will be the rockets. for the end of the season and the locker clean-up. the warriors they wanted to finish the series off tonight. and even without steph curry, they're in total control of this game. they're up 22 points at halftime. here at oracle arena. some of the highlights as the warriors came out steph curry in street clothes where he's likely to be the next two weeks before he returns from the sprained knee. klay thompson drained three first half threes to give them the early lead at 13-8. later in the second with a 17-point lead. brandon rush hits from the corner. the bench was going crazy. oracle going nuts. later on, draymond green going coast to coast with a rebound. he has 11 points in the first half. the warriors have opened it up to a 59837 halftime lead. warriors came out and made 12 of their first 16 shots. you're going to win a lot of
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games if you start out shooting 75%. they've maintained that, now at 56% shooting in the first half for golden state. the rockets only 28%. james harden has 25 points for houston. nobody else can make a shot for the rockets. if the warriors can keep up the defensive intensity and make threes, they'll be in great shape. sometimes when they're at home, their minds tend to wander and they let leads slip away. we'll have the final score later in the show and the complete wrap-up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00. larry beil, abc7 sports. >> so far so good. thanks. >> abc7 news reporter lesley brinkley is live with more on dub fans. hi, lesley. >> warriors fans are on a roll. they want to close out the first round series and they're dreaming big even without stef
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on the court. >> good job. we got this. doing it for curry. >> as a fan you always missing steph perform. it's the greatest show on earth. >> it's not about one player. there was real team spirit even without the star point guard in the lineup. >> i'm a diehard warrior fan. you roll with who's out there. >> the team makes the players good. it's not the players. it's the team. >> reporter: those who paid $100 last minute for a seat in the rafters or those who paid 800 td midcourt all got experience the warriors magic game five. everyone is plotting ahead. >> we go all the way. there's no other way but all the way. >> reporter: the roar of the crowd, the energy here, i can tell you everyone's feeling a championship perhaps in the works. reporting live outside oracle arena, lesley brinkley, abc7
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news. >> we can start to dream about it. thanks so much. to our weather now. a little bit of everything today around the bay area and in northern california. >> video from fairfield shows lightning near 680. you can see the winds wliping through the field. this was shot about 4:00 this afternoon. >> abc7 news bure matt allen spotted a waterspout on the lake. >> rancho murrieta, eric took this picture of hale in his backyard. hit or miss down pours brought rain this morning. abc7 was in sfraes's allah mos square park and caught cat rain and strong winds. people were caught in the rain while walking dogs or maybe out exercising. it came down a good bit for a while. >> abc7 news meteorologist live doppler 7 hd. sandhya. >> it's a far cry from what we were dealing with this afternoon. it is quiet right now. just a few clouds lingering. not the case this afternoon when
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some thunderstorms developed from vac seville towards fairfield. here was a picture tweeted to me by deborah. you can see from vaccaville, she said i had to stop working to watch the hale. you can see why. we had not only reports of hale around here but reports of hale around fairfield, as well. changes in store closer to the weekends. i'll detail those out coming right up. >> thank you, sandhya. people searching for the person who shot a young woman in pacifica today. the victim 25-year-old marissa johnson is eight months pregnant in fair condition. the suspect is her ex-boyfriend who is still on the loose. late this evening, abc7 news was in pacifica when police arrived with druns drawn looking for the shooter. they left without finding the suspect. news reporter vic lee has more. >> you marissa johnson is 25 years old. residents here call her a sweet, cheerful person. an expectant mother. eight months pregnant. and excited to have her first child. johnson even posted a sonogram
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image op her facebook. it happened just after 8:00 this morning here at the cas sass pacifica apartments. ruth cooper was asleep. >> i was woken up by the screams and shot five. >> cooper immediately called 911. shots fired. then she went down to the common patio area where the shots came from. >> i was shocked when had i came out to see that marissa had been shot. >> reporter: marissa johnson, the apartment manager's assistant was sitting on this bench. >> i asked her if she needed a blanket or not. it was cold this morning. >> reporter: cooper says it looked like the bullet grazed the back of her head. >> she was sitting up and fine. she's lucky. >> reporter: police are looking for this man, ricardo colindres. some here said they had a volatile relationship. ruth cooper told us she may know the motive. >> she was taking him to court because he had keyed her car some months ago.
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>> reporter: police believe colindres is driving a 2003 silver toyota camry. vic lee, abc7 news. and apple employee died from apparent gunshot wound inside a conference room at the company's cupertino head quarters this morning. sheriff's deputies responded to the apple campus at 8:00 today to find the victim with a fatal wound. a gun was found nearby. investigators say no one else was at risk. but revealed little about the circumstances surrounding this death. employee's i'd ite not released. >> thask traffic along the embarcadero is recovering after a deadly crash shut down the roadway for hours take a look how powerful the impact was. the vw was so crushed they had to use the jaws of life to rescue the people inside. one person did die. another in critical condition. it happened just before the start of the giants game. embarcadero was shut down at bryant street while police investigate. district attorney george gas cone filed charges against
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former sfpd lieutenant curtis liu for obstructing a rape investigation involving another officer. lue liu is accuse confidence discussing rape allations with the officer accused of raping a woman last august and failing to report the information to fellow officers. even though jason lai confirmed he was the person the victim was referring to, liu allowed a police report to be filed with the suspect listed as unknown. a one-day teacher's strike at city college of san francisco extended well beyond the school campus. >> fight back. fight back abc7 news was on market and seventh street as faculty marched for higher wages. they want a 16% increase over four years. city college is offering 7% over two years. the teachers are threatening more walkouts. >> we will be forced to go on a real strike in the fall if there isn't a settlement. this seems to be the only way to
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get their attention. >> the chancellor at the college called the strike illegal and said the school can't afford the raises they want. >> officials say the planned high speed rail service through san francisco is facing a $175 billion shortfall due to cost cutting by the california high speed rail authority. the san francisco business times is reporting the funding was crucial to linking the high speed rail project with san francisco. the money was also going to pay for the rail connection between the caltrans station and the new transbay transit center. >> we have much more ahead for you on this wednesday night. coming up, we know what went wrong during the test of b.a.r.t.'s new train. >> sandhya patel is back with the full forecast. >> a plane returns to the airport with a denied nose. find out what happened to the before earning enough cash back
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looking there evening fortson of a couple who were murdered in their evergreen neighborhood. shamima rabbi and go lam rabbi were found dead inside their home over the weekend. the son so far is nowhere to be found. south bay reporter chriswin has the latest. >> heart break and horror inside this home on lukas court. residents who live nearby say it's a lot to process.
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>> it's an a feeling of uncertainty and you know, fear until the culprit is caught. >> the search continues for the person responsible for killing go lam and shamima rabbi. family members made the discovery on sunday when they stopped by to check on the couple after not hearing from them. sources tell abc7 news whoever saw them last before their deaths wrote disturbing messages on a wall and the floor inside. >> it's nerve-racking. you never know what kind of person you're dealing with. >> reporter: police believe this wasn't a random act of violence. the husband and wife were found dead in different parts of the home. their younger son hon haends evergreen high school is currently in protective custody. their older son a college student hasn't been seen since the start of the weekend. neighbors hope surveillance video will he help police with the investigation. >> it's an uneasy feeling for the neighborhood. i see a lot less people walking around in the neighborhood these days. ever since it happened over the
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weekend. >> reporter: students and alumni at evergreen valley are offering support and condolences. now officials with the islamic center of san jose are worried about the victims' muslim funerals being delayed. the bodies must be released to their oldest son. because he hasn't turned up, the coroner has to wait another week before allowing other family members to take possession. anyone with information about the case is urged to call police. in san jose, chriswin, abc7 news. b.a.r.t. says it knows what cause add embarrassing mall function on a brand-new $2 million railcars during training last week. the car left stuck in a sand berm and the agency officials left red faced. news anchor eric thomas has details on the investigation. >> reporter: a problem with the brakes is what left this new $2 million b.a.r.t. car stuck in a sand berm designed to stop it in all else fails. >> last friday, we had what i would characterize as a normal
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occurrence of testing. >> reporter: in this case, a single wire leading from some testing equipment to the car's auxiliary system got pinched in the door after electrical cabinet. wire short circuited and the car's auxiliary power system shut down as it's supposed to do to prevent further damage. problem is, that power supply operates part of the car's braking system. another factor? this car was being run an cnn if it was a two-car or ten-car train or five-car train, this would not have the happened because the other cars would have taken over. brakes applied from the other cars. >> reporter: there was no damage to the car itself. they plan to clean the sand out and start testing it again as soon as possible. b.a.r.t. passenger who's saw picture astz car stuck want to make sure they get it right. >> it was a bit disturbing. i imagine me being on that. i don't want to be crashing into anything. >> they're putting people's lives at risk and i don't think
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that's really something that people should play with. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. is currently designing software fixes as well as removing the doors that pinched the wire in the first place. >> the car did not fail. the operators did not do anything wrong. in fact, they did everything that they could to apply the brakes and stop the vehicle. >> in hayward is, eric thomas, abc7 news. san francisco's twitter dropped more than 16% after its first quarter revenue fell short expectations. apple's shares dropped more than 6% after the company's first revenue decline in over a decade. a different story for menlo park's facebook, it beat quarterly earnings pushed by video advertising. facebook has topped estimated in all but one quarter since its initial public offering four years ago. it has topped estimates. proof time to turn our attention to the weather. the wind hangs on. >> really does.
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it's a little less ferocious than yesterday. sandhya patel is here. >> this is the time of year for windy conditions. it's not going away anytime soon. next several days, we'll be looking at gusty afternoon winds, as well. this weekend when the wind changes direction, saturday we may actually end up with a wind advisory. it's an advance warning. live doppler 7 hd right now, you will notice there are a few clouds lingering near the coastline. rainfall totals zero in redwood ci city. .13 in san francisco. .12 in fairfield. lif more .05. vac seville picked up .4267 inch of rain. it was an active day around many parts of the state as those thunderstorms developed. some of those turned severe. and we did see a waterspout being reported at lake fehr
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essa. multiple reports of funnel clouds and tornadoes. just east of the bay area. so it was definitely an active day. this is the time of year when you can see tornadoes even though they don't happen very often in california. still snowing in the sierra nevada. most of it light but briefly just before 7:00 p.m. there was a heavier snow shower in the tahoe area. wind gusts 35 miles hour at sfo. not nearly as strong as earlier today. still breezy out there. temperatures you're in the 50s and the 60s across the entire bay area. and the flags are still blowing in the wind as you can see from our kgo roof camera looking across the embarcadero. clearing and cool tonight. warming trend starts tomorrow. breezy again in the afternoon. here's a look at our time line tonight as we head towards the latter part of the evening and into tomorrow morning, a lot of cloud cover around. by morning, only a few clouds will be around. and then we head into the latter part of the day. it's going to be a nice bright sunny thursday afternoon. temperatures will come up. but notice the wind.
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7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, still breezy. we start to head into the afternoon and the wind gusts along the coastline will begin to pick up around 34, 36 miles an hour for the latter part of thursday afternoon, as well. so we'll continue to hang onto the winds. but the winds will switch with directions. it will be a warmer one by sated. first thing tomorrow morning, low 40s to the low 50s. a few clouds around right along the coastline between san mateo and santa cruz. tomorrow afternoon, 65 in san francisco. 59 in the half moon bay. 69 for you in san rafael. napa, santa rosa in the 70s. 79 in fairfield antioch. 77 concord. get you up to 66 in san mateo. 72 in san jose. seven-day forecast, nothing but sunshine over the next four days. taking you through the weekend. five days really. temperatures will slowly come up, low sims to 80s for the end of the workweek. will bump you up into the mid to upper 80s inland for the
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weekend. mid 60s saturday on on the coast and mid-70s on sunday. a slow cooldown next week, dan and ama. we may be watching for potential for changes the middle of next week. possible showers. >> okay. that would be nice. love it. >> thanks. still to come on abc 7 news at 9:00, a seal stranded on a bay
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santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. a stranded seal will likely be heading back into the pacific after a rescue by police. san francisco officers spotted the seal today at ocean beach. officers tweeted these pictures. they say they protected the seal from crows and an off leash dog till animal rescuers arrived.
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the marine mammal center says it is a guadalupe seal, an endangered species. it will be examined tomorrow. members of the house voted today to name the bison the national mammal of the united states. congress wants to elevate the bison's stature to that of the bald eagle. supporters say the bison played a significant role in american history and to native american cultures, as well. the measure will be taken up by the senate for final passage later this week. another 30 minutes of "abc7 news at 9" is next. coming up, republican ted cruz brings carly fiorina into his campaign. but considering what she said about cruz a few months ago, what changed her mind? >> also the plane crash and a woman running to help when suddenly, the plane erupts. and the big effort at stanford today to make self-driving cars safe. >> stay with us. another half hour of
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc7 news. well, just as voters begin to acknowledge it could be donald trump versus hockey this november, senator ted cruz is doing what some are calling a political hale mary. >> but we begin with trump laying out his foreign policy vision. abc news reporter tom llamas is on the campaign trail. >> tonight, donald trump laying out a fierce vision for america's role in the world. >> i will never send our finest into battle unless necessary and i mean absolutely necessary. and will only do so if we have a plan for victory with a capital "v." >> reporter: in a rare move, trump's team even setting up a
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teleprompter. but today it's not trump's world view shake under the race, it's lis view of hockey. >> well, i think the only card she las is the woman's card. she's got nothing else going. frankly, if hockey were a man, i don't think she would get 5% of the vote. >> reporter: standing behind trump, new jersey governor chris christie and his wife mary pateryn. look at her reaction as trump attacks clinton. >> the only thing she's got going is the woman's card and the beautiful thing is, women don't like her. okay? and look how welldy with women tonight. >> reporter: critics blasting trump's comments as sexist. on gma, the front-runner defending himself. >> it's not sexist. it's true. if she were a man, she would get 5%. >> reporter: hockey quickly turning the tables. >> mr. trump accused me of playing the "woman card." well,ing if fighting for women's
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health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in! >> but trump saying clinton needs to turn down the volume. >> well, i haven't quite recovered. it's early in the morning from her shouting that message. and i know a lot of people would say you can't say that about a woman. >> reporter: polls show 69% of female voters have an unfavorable opinion of trump. clinton supporters like amal clooney repredicting his comments on women will be his down fall. >> if at the end of all of this he gets beaten by the person who becomes the first female president of the united states, that would send a very positive message. >> reporter: democrats are convinced those comments from trump will come back to haunt him and right now, hockey is fund-raising off trump's rhetoric calling it dangerous, unpredictable and that it's creating a volatile atmosphere in the race for president. tom llamas, abc news, washington. now to ted cruz and his decision to choose a running
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mate before securing the nomination. late today, he named former hpceo carly fiorina as his pick for vice president. here's abc news reporter david wright. >> reporter: it's his last ditch effort to stop donald trump and save his campaign. >> my friend and the next vice president of the united states, carly fiorina. >> reporter: an extraordinarily rare move. ted cruz picked a running mate before he's even won the nomination. the former ceo of hewlett-packard carly fiorina. >> he is a principled fighter. he is a man of character and conviction. >> but she and cruz haven't always seen eye to eye. just a few months ago, you said "ted cruz is just another politician. he says whatever he needs to say to get elected." what's changed? >> you know, we're in the hoosier state, you know? in a heated basketball game, sometimes players foul each other. in the heat of a political campaign.
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this is a man i've gotten to know who do what he says, who says what he means. and who keeps his promises. >> reporter: she has been out there campaigning for cruz but now you can expect a lot more of that. she's already shown she's a strong woman willing to take on donald trump. david wright, abc news, indianapolis. carly fiorina set off a flurry of comments on social media when she did he this. >> ♪ i know two girls that i just adore ♪ ♪ i'm so happy i can see them more ♪ >> that's a lullaby she sang to cruz's two daughters. op-ed editor for the "new york post" tweeted the singing settles it. the whole election is a bad dream and we are all asleep. >> donald trump will kick off his california campaign on friday. california's 172 delegates are the biggest prize in the race for the gop nomination. and one of his opponents
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meantime, quloi governor john kasich is also focusing on california. his events include a town hall friday afternoon in san francisco and a second on saturday at the tech museum of innovation in san jose. a judge sentenced former house speaker dennis hastert to 15 months in prison today in the hush money case centered on sexual abuse accusations. hastert appeared in court today in chicago telling the court he was deeply ashamed and apologized for "mistreating some of thai athletes he coached." the 74-year-old pleaded guilty last fall to violating banking laws in connection with paying out hush money over the years allegedly to one of his victims. apple will not learn how the fbi was able to unlock the iphone use ed by one of the san bernardino shooters. the fbi says it cannot disclose that information because it does not own the rights to the technical method that a contractor used to access the phone. that means apple will not learn what specific vulnerability found on the device allowed the contractor to break into it.
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>> a pilot made a dramatic escape after a fiery crash, his plane slammed into some trees in alabama and burst into flames. news reporter steve osunsami has how the pilot managed to survive. >> reporter: it didn't look good at all from the security camera as thelittle bitty towing company outside mobile, you see the moment when this twin engine cessna crashes a few feet away from their office tuesday. witnesses say it was leaking fuel even before it crashed. and you can see them running back and forth worried it might explode and then the fire grew. authorities say the plane had just taken off from a small airport. pilot russell smith was the only passenger and as you see here, no one's looking at there thinking he survived. but when they pushed through the smoke, they end up pulling him from the flames here in the white shirt. he walks away with only a few small burns and lives to tell the story you. >> all hell's breaking loose. just it happened so quick, i
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didn't have time tony. >> reporter: he refused treatment and went back to the airport to get his car. everyone else in the story thinks he ought to play the lottery tonight. steve osunsami, atlanta. >> an american airlines flight had to the return to seattle-tacoma airport after it hit a bird this afternoon. look at the dent on the nose of the airbus a-321. it was headed to dallas-ft. worth when the bird smacked right into the plane which made a safe landing back at sea-tac airport. 133 passengers and eight crew members were on board at the time. no one hurt. >> a jetblue pilot facing charges for getting behind the controls afc drinking. not once but twice in one day. here's abc news reporter david kerley. >> former pilot jeff murphy was charged with operating a passenger jetliner under the influence. >> did you put 270 passengers at risk? >> no comment. >> reporter: he allegedly failed a random breathalyzer test with a level of.11, higher than the
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driving limit of.08 and nearly three times the limit for pilots. while it's unclear who was on the radio. >> jetblue 586. did we check in. >> i can't remember. >> cleared to land. >> reporter: court documents allege murphy was at the controls on a flight from new york to orlando and acted as the co-pilot on a flight back to jfk, a total of 270 passengers. but before and during both flights, the other pilot told federal agents he saw murphy drinking an unknown beverage from a cup. >> pilots know that if they're going to consume alcohol in an airplane or are drunk in an airplane they're endanger themselves theron passengers. >> reporter: last month in detroit, a pilot allegedly under the target was arrested on the tarmac as passengers in his jetliner batched. on average, 11 times a year, a pite violates the drug and alcohol policy. while this incident happened a year ago, and murphy resigned, he now faces up to 15 years in
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prison. david kerley, abc news, brooklyn. >> we have learned some new details tonight about prince's estate and what he left behind. in addition to his classic hits we saw know about, prince's estate is expected to bringing in billions more for the artist posthumously. a secret vault located in his paisley park estate is believed to hold enough music to release one album a year for the next 100 years. prince is predicted to join the ranks of elvis and michael jackson who made more money in death than in life. >> it seems to me that it depends so much on what battles ensue. it could be years. >> prince's only surviving full blood sister asked a judge yesterday toe appoint a trust company to handle her brother's $300 million estate. apparently prince had no will. that's remarkable. late today abc news learned prescription drugs were found at his home but it's unknown whether they played a role in his death.
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>> the santa rowsa, berkeley, san jose and all the bay area. this is abc7 news. no one likes getting a shot at the doctor's office. what if all vaccines were as simple as sticking a band-aid on your arm? a researcher at stony brooke university developed a patch that works with a polymer that pulls water out of the skin and then returns the moisture along with the medicine back into the arm. it can be applied anywhere on the skin and works within 24 hours. it dil needs fda approval. >> canadian researchers say one minute of hard exercise can provide the same health benefit
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as 45 minutes of moderate exercise. the small study compared sedentary who did you 24r50e-second bicycle sprints with men ho 245 minutes of continuous exercise. for both groups, muscle content and insulin levels improved. many people site lack of time as the reason for not being active. the study those people can get benefits in a few minutes. >> federal regulators are starting to investigation what kind of safety rules are needed for driverless cars. abc7 news reporter david louie was there as the debate continues on the safety of autonomous vehicles. >> as work continues on autonomous vehicles, regulators are starting to explore what rules are needed. the national highway traffic safety administration is in silicon valley where major automakers software companies and startups weighed in.
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>> cars where there is no human involvement challenge our human concept of control. even if the data suggests we're bad drivers some people feel we need more proof cars are safe. >> john simpson thinks a steering wheel and human intervention are needed. he cited 15 months of data in which google self-driving cars failed to perform autonomously 341 times it couldn't deal with the situation. 272 it said test driver you take over. 69 times the test driver was scared enough he jumped in to save the day. >> goog disagreed pointing out the data improved over the 15 months of datalection and an indication of improved safety. mark rose kind, the traffic administrator says confidence is important for the vehicles to succeed. >> when we see not just us but our parents wanting to get in this, will they trust it. if they think they're one hack away from a crash, an they're not going to get in it. things about insurance and
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trusting for cybersecurity will probably determine how quickly these are on the roadway more than the technology. >> several emphasized the feed for federal rations so states don't develop their own conflicting rules or standards. at stanford, david louie, abc7 news. >> researchers at the university of science and technology of china have just raised the bar for realistic looking robots. check this out. the group showed off this humanoid robot whose features were modeled after some students at the university. she's able to blink and nod in response to questions and has some voice recognition capabilities. her skin is made of a silicone material. >> it does look real. there's a new trend you may have seen. people asking for money through crowd funding seitz to pay for medical treatments or needs after a tragedy. now couples having trouble conceiving are using the campaigns to start a family. news reporter elissa harrington has the story. >> you're hoping to do ivt. >> reporter: kate and ben launch
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wlad they call operation baby on the crowd funding site u caring.com asking for help after years of trying to get pregnant with no luck. kate says in vitro fertilization was their best chance but the cost was tremendous. >> we were looking at about $17,000 total. that is all out of pocket. >> reporter: chief women's healthorrespondent jennifer ashton breaks down why it's so pricey. >> in vitro drugs cost about $5,000. then you go through a process known as stimulation where we're injecting more drugs and monitoring with ultrasounds. that's about $2500. >> add thousands more for the embryo transfer, andnesia and lab feenz crowd funding sites are seeing growth in fesh tilt fund raisers. 1700 ivf campaigns have raised more than $3 million. the lundqvists can raised $4,100. enough for them to move forward without maxing out their credit cards.
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>> i really felt that if we didn't kind of ask others for help, that we would not have the kids. >> reporter: the donations made kate and ben's dreams come true times two. they found out they're having twins. >> some health insurance plans do help with ivf costs. elissa harrington, abc7 news. all right. up next on abc 7 news at 9:00, an update on the forecast with meteorologist sandhya patel. >> stay tuned for that and rare footage of the
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it was taken by an australian dancer and makeup artist and released by the national film and sound archive of australia. >> spacex plans to send an unmanned spacecraft to mars in 2018. this is the first time the company target add tal actual date for the mission. they provided a rendering of the dragon spacecraft. it will work with nasa in an extraordinary public private collaboration. nasa will provide technical support. elon musk founded spacex ten years ago with the goal of colonizing mars. >> we're moving closer to that day. let's update the weather forecast as we inch closer to the weekend. >> sandhya patel is here with the latest. >> if you're looking forward to warm weather, this weekend, you will be in luck. let's take a look at live doppler 7 hd. shrouds right along the san mateo and county coastlines. everywhere else it's pretty much
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clear. as we look at the statewide numbers it, 51 in tahoe. scattered rain and snow showers in the mountains. if you are traveling up there, keep that in mind. 73 in fresno. 68 in los angeles with a mix of sun and clouds. here in the bay area, it's going to be a bright thursday. temperatures are going up by a few degrees. it's still going to be breezy right along the coastline. 59 degrees in half moon bay. 6 san mateo. up into the mid 60s around san francisco. 6 in san rafael. mid-70s santa rosa, livermore. 72 oakland. san jose 72. 77 in napa. look at what happens as we head towards the weekend. friday it's a milder afternoon. most areas will be in the 60s. to 80s range. saturday it's warm weather everywhere we're going to be seeing 70s and 80s perhaps half moon bay. only spot where we may see 60s. with the wind switching direction on saturday more out of the north, it's going to be a warmer wind. not going to neil as chilly.
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the wind may be strong enough over the hills on saturday that they may issue an advisory. on sunday, temperatures will soar 10 to 15 degrees above average this time of year. close to 90 inland. 70s around the coast. around the bay, you'll be in the 80s. nice looking weather ahead. as you look at the temperature trend for san jose, tuesday wednesday, we start to see the temperatures dip. tomorrow average at 72. then it's the steady climb upwards towards the weekend. seven-day forecast, upper 50s to 70s tomorrow. if you like the sun, make sure you have your shades and sunscreen. that's all you're going to see through the weekend. even next week, still mainly sunny tuesday and wednesday. cooler weather ama and dan. >> thanks. tonight, the sacramento kings are giving their fans the royal treatment. today, diehard fans of the team lined up to get a free tat of the kings new logo. the team made the arrangement
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with five tattoo parlors. >> going to get my family crest. this opportunity came up earlier. i figured why not. >> today's the best day to get it. >> at least 200 kings fans got free tattoos today. the team's new logo pace franchise to the roots notice cab sass city and cincinnati. the kings move into their new downtown arena next season. >> kind of excite penguin i don't want a kings tattoo but the warriors maybe. >> coming up next, we'll check in on the warriors. >> plus a plan to sell advertising on highway traffic
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warriors game. >> without curry in the lineup, klay thompson is picking up the slack. he's hit seven three-pointers and the warriors have a large lead in the fourth. if they win, they eliminate the houston rockets and advance to the western conference semifinals to take on the winner of the clippers/trail blazer experience about five minutes
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left in the fourth quarter. we have much more at 11:00 over on channel 7. >> that seems pretty much a final. a state lawmaker wants to showtising on caltrans message signs you see over freeways. as jonathan bloom explains, caltrans needs the money but not everyone is convinced about this idea. >> reporter: drivers know what the signs are for. >> the license plate number of somebody who kidnapped somebody or the cost of a fine for texting while driving. > information about safety is about all caltrans is allowed to put on these signs but bob hough told report flerz sacramento he wants to changing that. >> pretty fine real estate when you think of it. people driving, thousands of car a day. >> it could be worth something to advertisers. >> generate revenue without tapping yours pocketbooks. >> he wants to give the signs an upgrade. but when they're not displaying amber alerts, the ad revenue could raise $200 million towards
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a $5 billion caltrans needs to fix the state's crumbling roads. >> juan guerrero worries if the ads to appeal to teens, it might distract them. >> takeners have all the phones and radio and music and now looking at the signs just take one second of your time to get into an accident. i don't think it's a good idea. >> reporter: drivers a opinions were similar. many used the exact same words. >> i think it's kind of ridiculous. >> it's ridiculous. >> it's ridiculous. >> reporter: some worry the ads will make people ignore the signs. >> when there is an amber alert, they're not going to pay as much attention to it. >> many softened when they heard the reason. >> the money is going to fix the roads? if they can show proof of that, i'm all for it. >> reporter: the bill has already passed the transportation and housing committee. >> it has legs. we hope it gets wheels under it. >> jonathan bloom, abc7 news. coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 11:00, a case of
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catfishing in the south bay. a teacher is accused of using a fake online persona to be leuer young boys. >> and big brother or smart security sflt new safety feature at a b.a.r.t. parking garage raising eyebrows. >> join us for avs news at 11:00 over on channel 7. >> thanks for joining us you. i'm ama daetz. we appreciate your time. see you at 11:00.
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