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this is the most divorce difficult. >> having them it was like no one was even here and it is a small little town and really it is cool to see someone that big come here and show, you know, what you could offer and all hillary clinton will do and stuff like that. >> one man out here is having fun with the election and he is eling stick puppets and he hand make them of all of remaining candidates and people are snatching them up at $10 each. even this close to the election, bill clinton's speech could make a difference and we have met a lot of hillary clinton supporters out here but a couple of the people who are undecided and say they really want to-to what he has to say before they decide how to cast the vote tomorrow. bill clinton and his wife of
splitting the state today. he is going to be all over the east bay today and she is campaigning down in southern california. >> an exciting primary in california. >> republican presidential candidate donald trump is defending himself in his latest controversy. trump is not packing down from the view that a judge in one of lawsuits against trump university is biased pause he is mexican american. the federal district judge gonzalo curiel was born in indiana. >> a member of a club or society strongly pro mexican which is fine but i say he is bias. i want to build a wall. >> and he went a stun further saying a muslim judge could also treat him unfairly because of the proposal to been people of that faith from entering the united states. many in the republican party are outraged by trump's remarks. gingrich who is likely on the short live for v.p. called "a
mistake. all the selection a record-setting election ahead of the primary and we were in alameda county yesterday as people were registering to vote. statewide, nearly 18 million people have registered to vote, and that is the highest total ever, leading into a primary. stay on to which the race for the white house with the news app and you can download the app for free and enable push alerts to get election updates as they happen. >> pore outrage over what some see as a lax system for a former stanford student convicted of rain, this morning, people all over world cannot believe what his father said about attack. matt keller here with more on that and the growing movement to recall the judge in this case. matt? >> the outrage is growing as is the number of says on several on-line petitions looking for some type of justice. after problem turner's sentence was handed down. >> 20-year-old problem turner is the former stanford swimmer convicted of sexually assault add woman who was intoxicated and unconscious in january of 2015.
today, the santa clara county superior court judge persky is cast as a veil lynn. the chief legal analyst talk of the case on "good morning america" today. >> in question it was lean yep. all the district attorney wanted six years and expressed disappointment when persky gave him only six months. tens of thousands are others are expressing their disappointment with a change.org petition to give him removed. now the 59 elf the statement. turner's father where a letter to the court asking for probation, town are said his son has paid a steep price for 20 minutes of action out of his 20-plus years of life. >> stanford law recovery posted the transcript on twitter. the victim also read a letter in court which has been shared and views millions of times on social media. some of it focused onen what she has again through the past year and a half as a probation accident recommendation for six months in jail. in part it read assault is not an accident, this is not a story
of another drunk college hookup with poor decision making, somehow, you don't get it. for many expressing outrage online that the judge and preoperation department did not get it, but her suffering could lead to changes in the future. >> she is having an impact with her words, with her add row -- advocacy and frustration and anger at the sentence. we posted the full statement from the victim and also have a link to the change.org petition at abc7.com. >> it is hard to read. we are tracking developing news in fremont, where investigators say that squaters could be to blame for a house fire. here you will see big flames shooting from the house on roberts avenue near carol after 1:00 o'clock. no one was inside but now it appears sun was living there. that is a known house that squaters have take over self areas ago aban dod and pored up, and we had a fire in here approximately a year ago, and it
was pretty much the same cause, people certified had a remain aing fire. >> this time, investigators believe the intruder broke in through a back door. they are still investigating that. no one was hurt. >> san jose police are working to identify the suspects in to deadly shootings. a man was shot can kill yesterday afternoon near the intersection of north 26th and julian street. the night before, a fight in an east san jose strip mall parking lot ended with a man shot in the chest. he later died at the hospital. >> the c.h.p. investigating this deadly early morning crash along 280 in san jose officers say the passenger of a pickup truck got ejected after the truck. russiad into a bmw and rolled. the c.h.p. said that the bmw driver smelled of alcohol and a d.u.i. investigation is now underway. >> new this morning, hillary clinton's brother-in-law is under arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. roger clinton is said to appear in court today in southern california. he was taken into custody last
night after someone called police to report a man driving erratically. he is the half brother of former president bill clinton and bail is set at $15,000. >> new this morning the co-own we of san jose's casino matrix is strippedded of his gamble license with the game peopling control commission fined the owner nearly $14 million. that is a record for violating state gaming regulations. he is acan youd of illegal moving casino profits to several companies to avoid paying taxes. those charges were never proved. but regulators say that he lied and did not give documents to the bureau of gambling control. >> a shooting, a carjacking, and a chase part part of a wild crime spree in phoenix. >> a honoring the greatest with the final moments of mold -- of muhammad ali and how his daughter is remembering him.
>> the abc7 news app on go on your schedule. on one screen. all the weather and traffic and news that lives where you live. >> develop news in phoenix. police are trying to figure out the motive for a wild crime spree. it started last night at a motel 6. a person opened fire killing two and grazing two others. the gunman ran from the scene.
he carjacked a man and woman and baby and drove off. after a chase, and several crabs, the officers cornered the man and he shot himself in the head. afternoon the suspect is not expected to survive. >> new details on the cincinnati gorilla case. the parents will not be charged. the zoo shot and killed the silver become gorilla to rescue the boy. the copy will reopen tomorrow with a high are burier. muhammad ali's daughter said that all nine of his children surrounds her father when he die on friday. on "good morning america" she said they sent him off in a very peaceful way. the world famous boxer was hospitalized prior to the death for breathing issues. he fought a decades long battle with parkinson's disease and she felt comfort in knowing that her dad now is at peace. >> i could feel the love since before my father passed away.
i can say i am obviously really sad but i have been sad for a long-term watching my father struggling with parkinson's disease and you hold your head up and say he is doing great but i felt like he was trapped inside his body. i have comfort in knowing that he is not suffering. >> he said she will remember her family as a fighter inside and outside the ring who spoke for people would could not speak for themselves. >> the san jose sharks back on home ice looking for a win and how you can join in on the fun. >> good morning from the paragraph where it is cloudy with some areas cooler-than-average and the heat is lingering. i will have the microclimate forecast coming up and the coolest wet ahead all of us in the seven-day forecast. >> steph curry is off for a chance at a gold medal and he is choosing to be on the sidelin
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>> understandable. now we talk about what is happening in the final. st evening stick are headed to keeled today on the he will of last night's blow out win. draymond green scored 28 points leading the team to a 110-77 victory at oracle arena. look at that guy, clay thompson joining larry beil say the team is focused on wednesday night's game three. >> we have to win there. we do not want to extend it. we to win one. hopefully, two. we cannot have 20 turnovers. if we have 20 turnovers they will feast on us. we cut it to 10 or 12 we will be this good shape. we took care of home court now 1/4 road, maybe two, but we will start with one. all the warriors lead the series 2-1. fans will love this, team that take a 2-0 lead in the finals have gone on to win championship
28 times. only three have not. you can bet we not going to among those. we are the only place to see every game the nba finals and game these happens on wednesday. you can join us at 4:00 and world news tonight at 4:30 and a special warriors pre-game at 5 o'clock. at 5:30, our coverage of game three begins right here on abc7 with the warriors and the cavaliers in cleveland tip-off at 6:00 people. after that, join our sports director larry beil and mike shumann for after the game with analysis from warriors ambassador. >> and now, a chance to ever up the stanley cup finals with win over the penguins ties the finals at two teen. a himmed number of tickets are still available at the s.a.p. center ticket office. if you do not have a ticket you can watch with other sharks fans tonight at the market in san
jose. the puck drops at 5:00 p.m. >> one day last until you vote in the primary. bill clinton and bernie sanders are here campaigning in the bay area. sanders is speaking receipt new in emeryville. we will watch it for a moment. >> people are working honker hours for lower wages. we will not in my view be able to move forward as a nation and address these crisis unless there is a political solution where millions of people stand up, fight back, and demand a government which represents all of us not just the wealthy. >> you can hear the toll the campaigning has on the voice. >> right now there is a news conference happening in emeryville, it is not public but the big public event happens at 5:00 p.m. at crissy field with dave matthews band and others joining bernie sanders free and open to the public. >> that should be a big one. >> continue concert the weather will be nice but by that time in san francisco you never know, in
the fog will compact? >> crissy field will be cool in the afternoon and evening around 20 miles per hour. we have a sea breeze. we will take you to live doppler hd and you can see at 16 miles per hour at sfo. 14 at oakland. 13 in fairfield. the marine layer is reaching all of the neighborhoods. but it is a warm air mass. you mix the sunshine it will be the inland east bay neighborhoods that are profiting and the rest of us will see a decline in temperatures. a few pockets of sun at the coast. mostly gray. right new, mid-to-upper 50s at half moon bay into san francisco. mid-to-upper 60s around the bay into to north pay. some 70s to the south pay. 80 in brentwood. it will be the outlier at 92 or 93. a few areas that could get to the 90s. clouds near the coast. widespread highs and clouds and drizzle return for tomorrow's commute and the cool of the highs are ahead of us on friday and saturday. a lost families are happen about
that as they have graduations. low-to-mid 80s in the south bay and mostly los gatos could be waller at 87, and 69 only in santa cruz. mid-to-upper 70s for most of the peninsula, and low 60s around half moon bay and pacifica is the warm spot along the cost and inelse in the mid-to-upper 50s and 65 in downtown san francisco and from 74 at petaluma santa rosa and 80 at 80 and lakeport is low-to-mid 90s. upper 60 and breezy in richmond and hercules and berkeley is 71, oakland is 74, around 80 in fremont and castro valley. inland 86 in san ramon, concord is 85, cooler, and 90s around antioch and brentwood. walnut creek is an area that will drop about five or six decks compared to yesterday. the only worry with air quality is the high u.v. index. slap on the sunscreen. through the afternoon, into the evening, we hang in the 80's. until 7:00 inland. low 70s around the bay. mid-50s at coast the all of us
will need a coat by 9:00. the temperatures are falling and the low-to-mid 50s tonight with clouds and drizzle and we drop a couple of degrees tomorrow. more dramatic drop on wednesday. it homeds through thursday. and friday saturday temperatures are below average. get used to morning clouds and himmed afternoon sunshine at the coast. all the way through the weekend. >> a good election day. >> thank you, mike. >> foodies are preparing for a special meal, straight from the white house garden. what they are making is
>> coming up at 4:00 and 5:00, final political push from more bernie sanders to hillary clinton and bill clinton, live at the last minute get out the vote campaign. >> and my stomach is growling, schoolchildren are suing the truths of neighbor labor at the white house kitchen garden. >> we see foes across the country are doing what we are doing here at the white house. >> kids spending the day with first laid michelle obama public, vegetables and learn thousand cook. students participated in planting in spring. >> they will prepare a fresh and healthy lunch with ingredients straight from the garden to get a helping hand from celebrity chef rachel ray. not bad company. >> cooking monday the hotdogs
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