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making news in america this morning -- tracking the tropics. colin swirling in the gulf of mexico. setting its sights on florida. tropical storm warnings posted overnight as people prepare. when and where it's expected to make landfall. donald trump is stepping up his attacks aimed at the judge presiding over the trump university trial. his latest comments are being condemned by top republican officials. we're live in washington. and breaking overnight, a kanye west pop-up show turning into chaos. thousands of people filling the streets. the rapper greeting the crowds just moments ago. the video just in. and lebron james and the cavaliers are trying to come back from a crushing defeat. we have highlights from the game two blowout.
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and we do say good monday morning. hope you had a great weekend. we'll begin with the new tropical warnings posted overnight, as millions prepare for colin. >> the storm is heading toward florida's west coast. it formed early yesterday after cancun. then gained strength in the warm waters. >> the biggest threat, when it makes landfall, is heavy rain and wind. people from tampa to the panhandle are already preparing by filling sandbags. we get the latest now on the track from accuweather's paul williams. good morning, paul. >> good morning to you, as well. we have this high pressure system that's really going to fling this low known now as colin like a curveball right over florida. with potential development to continue to get stronger. we'll be concerned with widespread tornadoes possibly throughout florida and then a solid flood threat up to tallahassee as well as jacksonville. take a look at all this, looking
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for the greatest flood risk in central florida and occasional downpours. kendis, diane. >> a long 24 hours ahead for many people in florida. now to muhammad ali, back home again this morning. >> his casket landed in his hometown of louisville, kentucky, sunday. his funeral takes place friday morning. abc's marci gonzalez looks at how his childhood home is already honoring him. >> reporter: a solemn procession throughout muhammad ali's hometown. an interfaith prayer service. as friends and fans pay tribute around the world. >> he was bigger than just a world boxing champ. he was a champion in life. >> reporter: the champ's family sharing details of his final moments friday in an arizona hospital when the 74-year-old iconic athlete died of septic shock due to natural causes. after a 30-year battle with parkinson's disease.
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his daughter hannah tweeting, dad did not go easily. his heart beating 30 minutes after his other organs failed. we all tried to stay strong. and whispered in his ear, you can go now, we'll be okay. ali saying his good-byes with a squeeze of the hand. >> he'll always be with me. i'll see him in heaven. >> reporter: ali's funeral set to be an elaborate public event exactly the way he wanted it. >> this entire service was his specific request. >> reporter: on friday, his remains will be carried through the streets of louisville in a slow procession along muhammad ali boulevard to his funeral where comedian billy crystal, sportscaster bryant gumbel and former president bill clinton, >> is this guy a boxer or a ballerina? >> reporter: are expected to deliver eulogies honoring the greatest. and thousands of people are expected to attend, but for
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those who can't be here the service will be streamed live online. now to politics, hillary clinton is within striking distance of securing the democratic nomination ahead of the california primary. >> as clinton celebrates sunday's victory in puerto rico she's joining the chorus of criticism against donald trump. he's doubling down on the explosive comments on the heritage of a judge. going even farther. it's "your voice, your vote." more now from abc's megan hughes. >> reporter: donald trump didn't back off his contention that federal judge should be disqualified from presiding over a fraud case over trump university because of his ancestry. >> he's a member of a club or society very strongly pro-mexican. which is all fine. but i say he's got bias. i want to build a wall. i'm going to build a wall. >> reporter: when cbs asked -- >> what if it's a muslim judge -- >> reporter: trump went even further. >> if it were a muslim judge do you think that they wouldn't be able to treat you fairly because of that policy of yours? >> it's possibly yes.
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that would be possible absolutely. >> isn't there a tradition in america that -- >> i'm talking about commonsense. >> reporter: the comments condemned by many in his own party, including newt gingrich. a rumored vp contender. >> this is one of the worst mistakes donald trump has made. i think it's inexcusable. this judge was born in indiana. he's an american, period. >> trump will not become president because in the year 2016 the american people will not accept a bigoted president. >> reporter: bernie sanders is neck and neck with hillary clinton in california. clinton is less than 30 delegates away from clinching the nomination after a big win in puerto rico last night. but a loss in the golden state could make for a messy convention. >> i want to finish strong here in california, it means the world to me. >> reporter: sanders has one event in san francisco tonight. meanwhile, clinton and her
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husband are hosting a total of nine events throughout california today, including one star-studded concert featuring christina aguilera, john legend and stevie wonder. kendis, diane. >> lots of votes tomorrow including new jersey and new mexico. megan, thank you for the update there. breaking news in phoenix, five people shot at multiple scenes. two of those victims now dead. police say a man walked into a motel 6 and opened fired. they believed he shot two people during a car jacking. he later turning the gun on himself. a u.s. journalist and afghan translator have been killed in an attack in afghanistan. david gilkie was a veteran journalist. two others traveling with the pair were not killed. the translator was a freelancer who worked for mpr. both are being remembered for their courage and bravery. thousands of californians are making their way back to their homes after fleeing a brush fire.
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the fire is now 80% contained. but some pockets of flames still linger. in the state canyons in calabasas. it was started by falling power lines after a car crashed into a utility pole. one commercial building was destroyed. but only one home was damaged. and officials don't want to see any more images like this along california's huntington beach. a mile-long stretch of the area was shut down sunday afternoon after lifeguards spotted three great white sharks. they're hoping to reopen the closed area today. last week a stretch of sand in nearby newport beach was closed after a shark attack. in a few hours, we'll find out whether the ohio gorilla controversy will become a criminal case. the prosecutor is deciding whether to charge the parents with neglect after their son climbed into a primate exhibit at the cincinnati zoo. zoo officials shot and killed an endangered gorilla harambe to protect the child.
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golden state warriors have a two games to none lead after routing the cleveland cavaliers last night, 110-77. the next game is wednesday in cleveland right here on abc. more highlights from espn. well, still ahead -- mark zuk ir -- zuckerberg falling victim to hackers. and breaking overnight -- people swarm the new york streets. see what happens next after kanye west announced a surprise concert. sting like a bee. a massive swarm at a muhammad ali memorial, just feet away from a mural bearing his famous quote. mom was diagnosed with alzheimer's at 58 years old. for me, it was heart-wrenching. bea: it takes a toll on everyone. i mean, it's a depressing disease to watch unfold before your eyes. you just don't see -- the person's soul is, like, gone. lisa: this disease just ravages a family.
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into whether a gas leak caused this explosion that leveled a home in new jersey. one man living in the house was burned over 50% of his body. two others were treated for cuts and bruises. police and neighbors said they smelled gas after the explosion. and a developing story here in new york. a huge crowd of 4,000 kanye west fans showed up for a surprise show at a small concert venue. when west arrived people started jumping on cars and trucks just trying to get a glimpse of the star. around 2:00 a.m. the crowd grew so unruly, the venue actually called off the show, but fans refused to leave. that's when west spoke to them and told them to go home. >> and maybe they listened then. creating a social media giant apparently doesn't mean you're immune to hackers. some of facebook ceo mark zuckerberg's accounts were bleached. the group gained access to his
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linkedinpinterest and twitter accounts. reports say the breach is being blamed on linkedin's password leak last month. his accounts are now secured. sometimes in the next few weeks, a new mission to moon could get the greenlight. it will go to a private company, moon express, to deliver a small package. until now, no one has been sure who has the authority to approve such a mission. the wall street journal reports it will be the faa. the latest superhero movie, teenage mutant won the box wasn't exactly cause for a pizza party. teenage mutant won the box office this weekend, but the results still disappointing. the sequel pulled in just $35 million. the romantic tear jerker "me before you" did better than expected with $18 million. when we come back -- passengers injured in a severe turbulence issue. some new pictures showing the damage from inside the plane. an unusual threat, a monkey stealing from a jewelry store. stealing from a jewelry store. a jewelry store. olay regenerist renews from within...
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wet all around the great lakes and the southern atlantic coast. but drivers should watch out for flooding in florida and along the gulf coast. showers in the rockies won't amount to much. j if you're flying expect airport delays in houston, new orleans, miami, atlanta and c r charlot charlotte. muhammad ali's road to becoming sports and a social champion began in louisville, kentucky, his hometown has now begun to say good-bye. >> dozens attended an interfaith memorial service at a louisville mosque sunday night. it took place hours after ali's casket arrived in the city for preparation for his funeral and a public memorial. both will take place this friday. and take a look at this scene outside of muhammad ali center in louisville. thousands of bees -- worker were called in to remove the insects as people came to pay tribute to ali. in bit of a coincidence, all steps away from the massive swarm of his famous quote, "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee."
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>> interesting. frightening moments for passengers aboard a malaysian airplane flight. the plane was flying from london to kuala lumpur yesterday when it hit severe turbulence and started shaky violently. the cabin was left in complete disarray with food carts and other items tossed around. several people, though were treated for minor injuries. little boy in japan is very thankful for a sturdy glass wall. the 2-year-old and his family got the scare of their lives while they were checking out a huge lion at the zoo. the lion pounces the moment the boy turns his back. after the initial scare and a few gasps. the boy quickly realizes he's safe and lets out a nervous laugh. watch it again. >> that poor kid's therapy bills for the next decade -- >> i watched this on repeat so many times.
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all right, a brazen robbery in the meantime was captured on camera. you won't believe who was behind it. a mischievous monkey pushed its way into a jewelry store in india. the monkey then opened a drawer and grabbed a handful of cash. take a look. the worker tried to entice the monkey with the fruit but the cash was apparently more appetizing. the monkey got away with 10,000 -- 150 bucks. the driver of this dragster is okay after his car exploded while speeding down the track. he somehow managed to keep the car straight in his lane, the nose of the body was still attached. the driver credited safety gear. since his gloves and his fire suit were burned. he was able to walk away unharmed. >> all right, time now for sports and a look at the thrashing the warriors gave the
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cavaliers from our friends at espn. >> good morning, america. john buccigross and john anderson. the nba finals resumed on abc last night in oakland. >> yes, and america's team right now in the nba is golden state. no longer burdened by a 3-1 deficit getting out of the western conference finals they have been loose. they're not dabbing, are they? >> i don't know what that is. >> they came out ready to play, especially draymond green. good stroke there. didn't get a ton from steph again, didn't get a ton from klay again, didn't need it. look, thompson gives it up. there's the big fella. didn't come in shooting particularly well after the western conference finals. but found his stroke. 5 of 8 from three. his previous finals game last year in those six games was 17. he had 18 in the first half. 28 in the game. his team went on a 22-2 run in
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> good morning, 4:30 club. i am natasha zouves. >> why are you laughing? >> it is monday? we are here? this is happening. now to weather and traffic. mike? >> good morning, everyone. the drizzle outside, there is a change in the forecast. or in the weather especially inland. the visibility is well. we are seeing drizzle. sue mentioned across the golden gate bridge and the robin williams tunnel and i ran into some along the bay bridge. also, coming in to san francisco i had to use the windshield wipers several times. the deck the golden gate is thick. we are look at 50s at the coast, mid-70s at the back and
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low-to-mid 80s inland. sue? >> now to san rafael i did not have a lot of thick fog coming through an hour ago and i am not seeing a problem here but we have a couple of incidents. i don't know in they are related. they are in the north bay. 101 before todd there is a car on the right shoulder. it is blocking the slow lane, northbound, 101 near railroad avenue. heads up for thick fog. we will look at the south bay in a few minutes. >> we have break news from fremont, firefighters put out a two alarm house fire. they got to the fire they realized they were there before. our reporter is near the scene. amy? >> yes, look behind me at what is left of the house. not were. firefighters still working on it checking for hot spots and keeping water on it just in case. the majority of the fire is out. look at what it looked like when
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they arrived after 1:00 this morning. it took more than an hour to put this huge fire out. they say no one was here when they arrived. they realized they know this house. >> this is a known house squatters have taken over abandoned and boarded. we had a fire here a year ago. from the same cause, people inside with a warming fire. >> firefighters say it got so big because this was a lot of fuel inside, piles of clothing and stuff belonging to the people staying here. firefighters say it look like they broke in through a back car. the whom was mored up. no one was hurt. one investigator is on the scene. another will be here in another. another interesting note remember the fire last week in fremont in the home the suspect was holed up in? it happened on the same street a few doors down. an intense few days for the


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