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get gh speed internet from at&t. keep calm, your internet's on. good morning, america. the cleveland cavaliers are kings of the nba. >> it's over. it's over! cleveland is a city of champions once again! >> mvp lebron james powering his hometown team to its first title. >> james a two-handed slam. >> finishing off the impossible comeback, beating steph curry and the golden state warriors in one of the greatest games in nba history, after one of his greatest games ever. delivering the city of cleveland's first championships in more than 50 years. >> one of the great storybook endings in all of sports. also this morning, the deadly heat as wildfires sizzle overnight. topping 120 degrees.
planes unable to take off and land because of the heat. 40 million americans under dangerous heat warnings right now. donald trump doubling-down on guns. sparking a new firestorm with his response to the orlando tragedy. >> and one of the people in that room happen to have it and goes boom, boom. you know what, that would have been a beautiful, beautiful sight folks. and a big vote in congress about guns getting into the hands of terrorists. ♪ all that and the party in cleveland rocking the city and the country all night long. it's good to be king. and he's right here. >> what's up. i'm lebron james and good morning, america! ♪ i want to say it like king james. ah, good morning, america. >> it's more like what's up, america? >> one of the greatest comebacks
of all time. and the series was one for the record books. >> we all stayed up last night. take a look. you all saw this. this proves why this guy is superhuman. blocks the shot, then he makes the second foul shot. talk about pressure there. seals the victory. been on the floor. this is the real reason to be on the floor. this is afterwards. look at lebron overcome by emotions as the game ends. the hometown hero breaking down into tears there because he promised this to his hometown. so many people staying up late with us. look at this. even the president, the white house press corps was waiting outside the air force one saying, what's taking so long? they wanted to see the end of the game. they came down those stairs. >> well worth the wait. these pictures just coming into us, lebron, the cavs celebrating their record-breaking victory in vegas. >> they made it to vegas. >> of course. >> they went to vegas. >> what happens in vegas ends up on "gma."
abc's t.j. holmes in the arena for the historic game. t.j. was one on one with lebron overnight. hey, teej. >> reporter: cleveland's 52 year sports drought ended last night. we cannot believe what we saw last night. a historic comeback like the one the cavs had and also a player leading all players in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks, lebron james did that in this series but his accomplishment goes way beyond his stat sheet. >> it's over! >> reporter: lebron james collapsed on the floor in tears, immediately after leading the cavaliers to their first-ever nba championship. the first major sports championship for the city of cleveland in 52 years. >> cleveland is a city of champions once again. >> reporter: lebron, an ohio native, was overcome with emotion to bring a championship home.
>> i poured my heart, my blood, my sweat and my tears into this game -- and against all odds, i don't know why we want to take the hardest road. >> reporter: lebron voted unanimous finals mvp explained to me why this one meant so much. >> did it end up feeling the way you thought it would because you broke down pretty quickly? >> i broke down and all the emotions, you know, from, you know, the 50-plus years our fans have been through in just cleveland sports history. our fans deserved this, man, to bring it home to them is unbelievable. >> reporter: but the tears were washed out by champagne a short time later as the cavaliers celebrated history. first team to come back from 3-1 to win and they did it against the mighty golden state warriors, the defending champions who set the regular-season record for wins this season. >> it hurts, man, that's all i'm
really kind of marinading on right now. >> irving drives and finishes. >> reporter: game seven was a doozy, close throughout. with spectacular plays and a little bad blood. but kyrie irving's fall-away three put the cavaliers ahead for good and sent the city of cleveland into a frenzy. after a hard-fought series with the weight of ohio on his shoulders, lebron still had something left in the tank. >> i'm exhausted. i'll tell you one thing, once i get back to cleveland, they'll give me a lot of energy. i can give it all back to them. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much brother. >> reporter: i begged and pleaded with the cavalierss to let me on their team charter. they left here headed back to cleveland but i didn't want to get on the charter for journalistic purposes. they took a bit of a detour, stopped in las vegas. why not?
they stopped to party it up. we have seen some of the pictures. don't know if they have made their way on to cleveland yet or if still partying. why not? but you have to remember folk, this is one of the great stories in sports with lebron james. just a few years ago people were burning his jerseys in the streets when he went to miami. what a difference a few years can make. guys. >> we'll have a lot more coming up here this morning and we could read your lips after the interview, please take me to vegas. t.j., thank you. we'll be checking in with you all morning long. all right, now we have some serious news, deadly heat, it's a heat wave in the west and southwest, 40 million people are under a heat warning as temperatures soar above 120 degrees. firefighters will battling wildfires in nine states now. abc's neal karlinsky is in phoenix this morning. good morning to you, neal. >> reporter: amy, good morning. not long before you start to
feel it each even at this early hour. it's over 90 degrees. later today this playground will be way too hot to touch. the conditions here seriously dangerous. this morning, the west is boiling over, a dangerous combination of excessive heat warnings and wildfires baking the region. in arizona and california, the extreme heat leaving firefighters with an unpredictable and dangerous forecast. overnight, firefighters working tirelessly to extinguish a fire erupting just outside of los angeles. fire department taking to the skies taking on a fire encroaching on the city. temperatures in palm springs and phoenix, reaching a scorching triple digits. in arizona, the heat turning deadly, claiming four lives. one 25-year-old man died after running out of water on a hike. >> we have had over a hundred calls of heat-related emergencies. >> reporter: we surveyed the temperatures on the ground
around phoenix. this slide is 185 degrees right now. 171 on this swing. careful with the door handle out in the sun, 146 degrees. remarkably even airplanes have been affected. airlines delaying some flights, at 120 degrees, the air creates lift problems for planes. at least one flight forced to turn back around to houston the pilot saying it was too hot to land. the warnings here today, stay indoors and stay hydrated. we sure are, amy. >> wow, incredible, neal. thank you so much. lot of people want to know how long this is going to last. let's head to ginger with what's next in the deadly summer weather. ginger is in sanibel island, florida. >> reporter: dozens of record highs were broken over the weekend. you can see the numbers, yuma, arizona, topped at 120. phoenix had its fifth hottest temperature, 118, only done that ten times in recorded history.
here's the answer to your question, the excessive heat warnings are on for at least the next 24 hours. if you're coastal, it will get a little cooler. look at the highs today, 123 palm springs. yuma at 115. vegas, 115. it's cumulative remember. when heat sticks around not only day overnight, 110 phoenix. even through the midweek. this could become still dangerous and deadly. much more later on why i'm here in sanibel, island. but for now let's head back to david. the race for the white house this morning. breaking news as we're on the air here in the west. from the donald trump campaign the republican nominee firing his embattled campaign manager, co cory lew andowsklewandowski. the statement saying that the campaign is grateful to cory for his hard work and dedication and wish him the best in the future. lewandowski was charged with
battery in march later dropped for allegedly grabbing a reporter during a trump camp pain event. here's abc's tom llamas on the trump campaign. >> reporter: in the wake of orlando massacre donald trump is doubling down on profiling muslims in america. >> i hate the concept of profiling but we have to use commonsense. >> and commonsense for trump means more guns in some cases like in that orlando nightclub. >> if some of those wonderful people had guns strapped right here, right to their wasist or ankle, and this son of a [ bleep ] comes out and starts shooting and one of the people in that room happen to have it and goes boom, boom, you know what, that would have been a beautiful, beautiful sight. >> reporter: the nra seemingly not onboard with that idea. >> no one thinks that someone should go into a nightclub
drinking and carrying firearms. that defies commonsense. >> reporter: they're in talks over the candidate's comments to limit gun sales to people on the no-fly list and terror watch list. >> what they said and i understand that also, the second amendment, depriving them of those rights. and that it could be that people are on there that shouldn't be on, et cetera, et cetera. >> reporter: trump also dealing this week with talk of yet another republican cue against him. >> we won 36, 37 states. which is -- others won none. people that won none are saying maybe we can get something at the convention. doesn't work that way, folks. >> reporter: but house speaker paul ryan said he's not forcing anyone to support trump. >> the last thing i would do is tell anybody to do something that's contrary to their conscience. of course, i wouldn't do that. >> reporter: mocking the idea that he dropped out for the right price. >> for $5 billion, i guess we have to think about it, right.
>> reporter: trump sending out this tweet this morning, trying to clarify one of our statements from our story. trump said, when i said that if within the orlando club, you had some people with guns, i was obviously talking about additional guards or employees. >> tom llamas covering the trump campaign for us. good to see you in the flesh. >> you, too. let's go to abc's mary bruce for more on the high-stakes vote today on gun control happening on capitol hill. both republicans and democrats have proposals on the table, yes? >> reporter: that's right. the senate is going to finally act on gun control measures. nothing is expected to come of it. democrats and republicans agree, suspected terrorists shouldn't be able to purchase guns. that's pretty much where the agreement ends. democrats want to ban anyone on the so-called terror watch list from buying a gun. republicans, however, want a three-day waiting period to make sure the buyer is actually a suspected terrorist, meaning even though a majority of americans say they want stricter gun laws these measures are almost certainly doomed.
>> mary bruce. in the meantime the fallout from the orlando massacre, thousands gathering for that emotional vigil last night. there's more details about the shooter's actions before the killings and what a woman is saying this morning about his wife's troubles. linzie. >> reporter: good morning, david. we're learning more about the gunman's actions in the days and weeks ahead of the attack as investigators look into his family. new information about the killer's wife. this morning, more clues that omar mateen may have been preparing to die in his massacre at the pulse nightclub. abc news learning that just six days before the attack, mateen spent nearly $9,000 on jewelry at this kay jewelers just ten miles from his home. he did not pay cash.
the jewelry store telling abc news we will do everything possible to support them. abc news also learning that just two months before the shooting rampage mateen signed over his interest of this florida home he owned with his father for $100. >> if you're looking for noor, she's not here. >> this as this morning investigators continue to scrutinize the gunman's father and his wife noor salman. in an interview with abc news one of salman's former teacher stew san who asked us not to use her last name or show her face, tells us salman had learning difficulties and was in all special education classes. >> i just think that she wouldn't have any idea of the consequences of that would be. if she had an idea of the consequences would be, it just really didn't register. >> reporter: salman's family confirming that salman can't understand cause and effect. telling us over the phone she's
completely innocent and our hearts carry so much sadness for the victims in orlando. >> hold your candles as we remember who we lost. >> reporter: this, as the city tries to begin healing, holding a massive vigil for the 49 victims. >> it was not a group that was judgmental. we just danced. and everything was okay. >> reporter: some of them, david blanco's friends, regulars at the pulse. another display of defiance from an orlando united. and today, authorities will release partial transcripts of the gunman's communications with hostage negotiators during the three-hour standoff that night. amy. >> all right, linzie thank you for that reporting from orlando. two life guards in rhode island are being praised for their quick response, they rescued the pilot of this small plane. who ditched into the ocean to
avoid crashing into a crowded beach feet away. he was flying from new york to massachusetts when his plane lost power off a beach there. with the plane sinking fast, only the tail sticking out of the water, those life guards grabbed their surfboard and brought him on to shore safely and one of those life guards is just 18 years old and it was his first day on the job. >> wow. >> a job very well done. >> no kidding. no pressure. >> employee of the year on the first day. >> exactly. >> well done. a dangerous rescue under way this morning in the south pole. rescue crews battling 70 degrees below zero temperatures trying to reach a sick worker at a research station. abc's alex marquardt joins us. from our london bureau with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, it's hard to think of a more unforgiving place on earth to try to stage a rescue mission. the middle of the winter at the south pole, no sunlight, ice wind and snow and one small plane trying to land in the
middle of it all. the last person to be evacuated from here called it harder to reach than the international space station. a frozen landscape so forbidding, so remote n 60 years rescues have only been attempted twice. the mission to get to a worker at a research station who desperately needs medical care. >> the situation is serious that we don't have the capability of handling it on site. >> reporter: right now, it's the dead of the antarctic winter. dark 24 hours a day. temperatures averaging close to minus 70 degrees. at this temperature, jet fuel can freeze. so it's heated up for the two turbo prop twin otters that have been enlisted for the operation. with no runway at the research station they're also equipped with skis. the planes left canada and have arrived in southern chile waiting for a good weather window to fly on to antarctica. then just one will fly the final 1,500 miles to the south pole.
such a high-risk mission that in 1999 a doctor at the station who discovered she had breast cancer couldn't be rescued and treated herself with chemotherapy. >> i knew there was no way out for eight and a half months. >> now, if they are able to get the plane there, there's a second person who will be vac waited as well. we're not being told anything specific about their conditions. there's a bright moon that will provide some light for the crews trying to land that plane. let's get back to ginger on sanibel island for more on the weather. ginger. >> reporter: david, i may not have my toes in the sand for this weather report. we have to get serious, more than 40 reports of severe weather in the great lakes and the northern plains. you could see that soft ball size hail in minnesota. a quick look at the severe weather threat today, damaging wind and large hail. select cities now brought to you by las vegas.
>> good monday morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco. we are going to have a cooler coast, but hot inland. summer arrives at 3:34 and a summer spread all week. today it is 35 degrees from half moon bay at 62, to antioch at 97. good news we all cool comfortably in the 50s. my seven-day outlook shows minor fluctuations in tomorrow but it will stay 60s at the coast and 80 around the bay and
much more coming up from ginger later. coming up that incredible story over the weekend. the hollywood mystery, the young star trek actor killed by his own car. clues coming in now and how the tragedy could have happened. and we'll have much more on the emotional moments following the cavs' epic victory, including this star player's moving tribute to his father. is star player's moving tribute to his father. this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain and protect my joints from further damage. this is humira helping me go further. humira works for many adults. it targets and helps to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. doctors have been prescribing humira for over 13 years. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened, as have blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb.
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pure leaf. for the love of leaves. now from abc7 news. it's 7:23 good morning. a new era begins in oakland today. the first full day of the job. she was promoted after a growing sex scandal and racist text messages. she is the fourth person to over see the office in four weeks. there's a toxic macho culture. let's see the traffic with sue hall. >> yeah, not good if you're traveling on i 4. we have an accident on 242 and then several other incidents alodge the way.
there's going to be a lot of the conditions in the forecast today. let's take a look at what is is happening temperature wise. we're off to the morning low in 50 in san that rosa and then you can see the changes across the golden gate and the coast is going to be cooler and a little cloudier and the rest of us are going to be warm and hot and then 92 and in land in the highest ultra violet index that we have had all year. extreme. this is one of the days that you will burn faster than any other. we have the minor flux wags and a little bit cooler on thursday and friday and then warm again for the weekend. have a good day. >> a whole lot of daylight. we will have another local news
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welcome back to "gma." look at that. we can't get enough of these moments of the cleveland cavaliers celebrating their win a party in las vegas. our latest report from t.j. holmes they're still partying at this hour and you can understand why. this was an historic win, the first championship party in more than 50 years for the city of cleveland and they're all out in full force. >> wow, they deserve it. >> they do. they have been waiting for more than 50 years for this moment. also right now, the deadly heat we're tracking, targeting 40 million americans in the western part of the country. temperatures so high that the planes couldn't take off or move because of heat on the tarmac. also right now, the senate set to vote on gun control. republicans and democrats agree -- suspected terrorists
should not be able to purchase guns. but we'll see what happens on capitol hill today. we'll have more from that epic game, so many amazing moments from the cavs, extraordinary win in the nba finals. lot of tears of joy in tribute to this player's father, his words about the win coming up. >> all right, looking forward to that. we move on to the tragic death of anton yelchin, the young star killed in a car accident in his own driveway. abc's matt gutman has more on this heartbreaking story. >> reporter: police are telling us it was a freak accident. yelchin was found dead and alone just outside his home here, pinned between his suv and his home security gate in the early hours of sunday morning. >> anton! >> reporter: hollywood in mourning today as a freak accident cut down a rising star anton yelchin.
the 27-year-old with corkscrew hair was known primarily for his role in the hugely successful reboot of "star trek," a third installment of which is out this summer. he was known in the industry as being intellectual as the russian character he portrayed. yelchin was found dead outside his home in l.a. studio city shortly after 1:00 a.m. sunday morning. when he didn't show up for a rehearsal, they went to his house and they found him pinned between his suv and this metal gate. you can see the bent bars. police believe he momentarily exited his jeep cherokee while pulling out of his steep driveway. police say the car was found in neutral. the vehicle apparently rolling back fatally pinning him against the gate. friends and colleagues in shock. kat dennings saying in a tweet can't say anything that conveys what this feels like.
"star trek" director tweeted you were brilliant, kind, funny as hell and supremely talented and you weren't here nearly long enough. missing you. yelchin was considered magnetic on screen. authorities not suspecting foul play but still investigating whether alcohol or substances had a role in this accident. he leaves behind his parents and several unfinished film project and just tragic 27 years old. moving on to other news the conviction in that brutal rape case out of vanderbilt university. a former football player found guilty on all counts. of the 2013 attack on a classmate. it's drawing comparisons to the stanford case. many say a top college athlete was left off too easy. but more on this case, abc's mara schiavocampo. >> reporter: the defendant in the vanderbilt case faces a minimum of 15 years in prison. compared to the stanford case of
brock turner getting just six months. with the case so similar, some are wondering why the sentences are not. a jury finds former vanderbilt university football player guilty in the rape of an unconscious woman in his dorm room nearly three years ago. 23-year-old brandon vanderburg found guilty on all counts of aggravated rape and sexual battery. that carries a prison sentence of 15 to 25 years. the victim close to vanderburg nodding in courtroom while the verdict was read. this moment three trials over three years. >> the next thing i remember is waking up in an unfamiliar room around 8:00 a.m. the next morning. >> reporter: the case grabbed national attention. after he and three of his teammates. were accused of sexually assaulting a fellow student in a college dorm room after a night of drinking.
convicted in 2015. but a judge declared a mistrial after one of the jurors did not disclose that he had been raped. the trial one of the first to highlight the issue of widespread sexual assaults on college campuses. earlier this month, outrage over former stanford swimmer brock turner sentenced to just six months in a county jail after being convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious. woman. >> alcohol played a big role in both of these cases. you had both girls who were unconscious because they had been drinking and both of the defendants used alcohol as an excuse as a part of their defense. >> reporter: now, vanderburg is still waiting for a sentencing date. the other players will be sentenced in july. the other two players allegedly involved are still waiting for trial. they both pleaded not guilty. let's get to dan abrams back with us this morning. he's not accused of physically
attacking the victim but encouraging all the others to do so. under the law is essentially the same thing. >> that's the same thing. that is rape under the law. he was convicted of multiple counts of aggravated rape. another defendant that was one of the ones who actually physically participated was only convicted of one count of aggravated rape. two different juries but the bottom line is under the law he's facing up to 15 years as aas a minimum. even though as you point out, he wasn't physically involved. the fact that he was allegedly the ring leader. he set this up. he encouraged this. that's legal -- >> 15 years minimum, does it depend on the state you're in. we have been covering the stanford case and brock turner. so much outrage he got a six month sentence. how could they be so different? is >> you can argue there are factual similarities. as a legal matter they're different. a, the state laws are different.
b, questions of what they can prove in the turner case which is different. in that case, he was facing a maximum of up to 14 years. prosecutors recommended six years. here, he's facing a minimum of 15 years. so, totally different cases. and i don't think there's any way he's going to walk away with less than a 15-year sentence. coming up next in our big board, zika, doping, is this the most troubled olympic games ever? why leonardo dicaprio is being ordered to court. plus nba champs in a history making comeback but will lebron stay in cleveland. our insider are back in just two minutes. our insider are back in just two minutes. carrying locally grown produce picked at peak of season freshness. can you guess who? and stocking shelves with
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economy in peril, are the olympics in trouble? julie foudy joins us from the latest. we'll be there together in rio. there was a concerning headline out sunday. rio hospital coming under attack by heavily armed men to free a suspected drug trafficker, one of the hospitals recommended to tourists to use. how big is this? the safety part of the story. >> as you know every time we go into the olympics, we talk about the high drama and is the country going to be ready. sochi, for example, $51 billion spent to get that off the ground. i remember walking into the 2004 greek olympics with the u.s. soccer team and literally as we're walking into opening ceremonies they're laying down tile and making sure everything's ready. that's not new. in terms of whether a host city is ready. what's different with rio is you're seeing all these things compounded and they're all coming together.
you have an economic crisis a political crisis, you have the zika virus, you have water pollution issues and so, the governor of the host city is declaring a state of emergency, financial emergency seven weeks before the olympics that's never a good season. >> crazy, the zika concerns and you mentioned this hospital. quick question about the russian track and field team, what impact will that have on the american team. now they have been banned. >> the russian team in london had 18 medals, the track and field team, so, what that will mean the americans will have i'm guessing more medals at this olympic games. more americans in the finals. more americans with medals around their necks. i think that will be the impact on the medal count for the usa. >> julie, where are you by the way? >> paris. >> i was going to say, you're not in rio. some other beautiful place. >> that is the eiffel tower behind me.
we're here at the european championships for espn covering the men's soccer tournament. we'll move on to leonardo dicaprio who's going to court. ordered to testify in a lawsuit. by new york executive andrew green who alleges a character in the film reported to be fictional is modelled on him and characterizes him as a criminal. let's bring in sunny hostin, senior legal analyst. sunny, first of all, leonardo said, i don't want to testify i'm too busy. doesn't seem he's going to get around it this time. what do attorneys seem to get from him. >> this seems to be a fishing expedition. a lot of times, david, lawyers cast their lines and they dig around and they go, oh, look what i got, i caught leo dicaprio. i don't know how he's going to help green because he didn't write the screen play. he didn't portray the actor. the person who -- the person who portrayed the character was p.j. burn. why not depose him? they caught this big fish, this big fish isn't going to test good for dinner. leo is not going to help that at
all. >> sunny, somebody pointed out on our social scroll, they didn't use green's name in the actual movie. is there legal precedence for this lawsuit? >> not really. these defamation cases are really, really difficult to win. they're rarely winnable. although they didn't use green's name they did use a couple of things that kind of sound like green. green said, guess what, i wear a toupee. the character wore one. my nickname is wigwan. the character's nickname is rugrat. i'm a lawyer, the character's a lawyer. he said the drugs and the crime and the women, not wasn't really me. that's kind of a tough argument to make in court. we'll see what happens. but rarely, rarely winnable these kind of cases. >> sunny, thanks so much. speaking of watching, we were all watching last night, lebron james leading the cleveland cavaliers to their first-ever nba title. the first the city of cleveland had in 52 years. this is absolutely an historic comeback.
lebron james crowned the mvp for the third time. three time nba champion and espn analyst brew bowen is joining us now. the cavs down 3-1 in the finals, coming back to win, nba commissioner adam silver said, the curse is over. what does -- how does this game rank to you? in any other championship game you have watched? >> oh, it's as if a kid is walking into disney world for the first time. it's the greatest game ever. game seven. two mvps going against each other. one mvp unanimous in steph curry and lebron james showing the world why he's the best player in the world. >> bruce, lebron james, does he stay in cleveland now and has he established he's the king of this sport, the best player on the planet? >> has he established it, everybody understands when they step on the floor that lebron james is the king. you know the fact that he led each category for both teams in scoring, rebounding, steals,
assists, shows you the magnitude he on the floor. one of the greatest things i think people overlook is his defense. as an mvp you have to play defense and he made some huge blocks late in the game and that's why he brought that championship to cleveland. >> that final block was unreal. >> i want to bring in sunny and julie, can you guys even compete with that? i mean, he's the best player, yes, or are you going to go with someone else? >> i'm not going to go as far as the best player. the bottom line is without kyrie yesterday, this team wouldn't have won, this was a real team effort. lebron had 27 points. kyrie had 26 points. >> i love how sunny, she's sandwiched in between the two espn folks here. julie -- >> he wasn't the chosen one. lebron james was. >> julie?
>> 41 points, 41 points, a triple-double in your last three games to bring them back from 3-1. i think he's the best player. how could you not give it to him right now. >> it's 2-1. i think it's king james. >> i like her perspective and it does take kyrie irving, but he's part of the championship team as well. but we're talking about lebron james and his dominance. without lebron james, can kyrie get there? i don't think so. >> team effort. >> lot of passion there. lot of emotions in the nba finals last night. from lebron and j.r. smith. what was behind this moving moment. it's our hot shot of the day and back in just two minutes. >> they were heated. two minutes. >> they were heated. moving moment. we'll be right back.
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oracle arena with all the details. it was so emotional t.j. >> reporter: yeah, lara this is remarkable. most people need to know before they watch this j.r. smith is a guy who's had a lot of off the court issues in the league and in his career. some pretty serious stuff. some people didn't want to stand by him but you know who did -- his parents. >> they screamed at me they love me, they hugged me, they cried with me. and they always stuck by my side, no matter right or wrong. and i know a lot of people don't have -- i know a lot of people don't have their parents in their life -- mother or father. i got the best. i swear. >> reporter: it's hard not to get chills and get choked up yourself watching that. that went on for several minutes. i want you to watch what happens when he gets up and, steps down and find his dad in that room. [ applause ]
and, again, you all know in this business, as journalists we don't see applause, journalists giving applause to people they're interviewing and covering, that was a moment, a nice one for him. this is a young man who's had suspensions, a jail sentence for a car accident. he's had all kinds of issues and to be sitting up there as a world champion and to think about the people who got to it was a big deal. >> big deal. all on father's day. t.j., great coverage, buddy. >> how about an applause for t.j. [ applause ] >> woo! >> incredible. >> come on home. come on home. coming up in our next hour -- >> please, can i come home? >> all right, we got a lot more coming up. stay with us. >> someone got to get him back. got to get him back.
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craisins dried now from abc7 news. it's 7:56 good morning. let's go over to mike nicco. he has the bay area forecast. it's going to be a warm week looks like. >> yeah, especially in land. a little cooler on the main coast. you see mid-50s in san jose and here is is a look at the highs today san francisco 72 and we're pushing 90 os in the south bay and east bay. here is the accuweather seven day forecast. west commute this morning. several accidents and now they're all clear out of the roadway. you're just jammed all the way for about a 45 minute drive in concord. we do have an accident at one point involving eight vehicles and that's the bad news. this is all cleared off the
♪ oh my god good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. >> oh, my goodness! >> what a night, lebron james and the cavs with an unbelievable win. one of the greatest nba games ever. millions cheering them on, from justin timberlake to hugh jackman, and this morning the real reason why usher was a huge part of the cavs celebration. also, the deadly heat this morning. wildfires erupting overnight. temperatures more than 120 degrees in some places. 40 million americans under dangerous heat warnings this morning. divorce wars. mariah carey pops the champagne and shows off her ring as nick cannon drops a new song about their split, getting personal about their children. and trying to move on as he reveals he's finally signed divorce papers. and eat like jesse.
get ready to go coast to coast to discover the secret dishes only the locals know about. we'll show you what jesse has cooking and how you can share these chef secrets now. and "orange is the new black" is back. the entire cast is here live just hours after the entire season dropped. as we say -- >> all: good morning, america! good morning, america, on this monday. as you can see the cast of "orange is the new black" is here, and look at those superfans binge-watching. yeah, i love it. watching the new season in the "gma" watch party. big surprise on the way for them. we might have a little jailbreak. and take a look at these women getting made up for the morning. they are all pro soccer players.
they're putting on makeup that they created, makeup that you can sweat in, and we're putting it to the test. so, you can work out and look great. and lara, the lead singer of lady antebellum. sharing a heartbreak that led to a new song. >> this morning, hillary scott's revealing her very personal struggle that inspired her new song and it is something that affects so many women. >> so true. and she's such a huge friend of this show. >> yes. amy made it. 22 steps and she's there. good morning, everyone. breaking news. major shakeup in the donald trump campaign. trump has fired corey lewandowski. this comes after polls found hillary clinton pulling away from trump opening a double digit lead and more republicans raising concern about the direction of the campaign following trump's controversial recent statements. aides growing frustrated with
fighting in the campaign. in march lewandowski was accused of grabbing a reporter. charges were dropped. donald trump firing his campaign manager corey lewandowski and more staffing changes expected within that campaign. also breaking, a decision from the supreme court, the justices have decided not to hear a challenge to the ban on assault weapons in connecticut and new york. that means the bans passed after the school shooting in newtown, connecticut will remain in place. the senate taking up gun control today voting on four measures in the wake of the orlando shooting. ranging from background checks to blocking people on the terror watch list from buying guns. none of those proposals is expected to pass. there is new information about the threat posed by isis, the terror group collected information on nearly 80 american and military bases around the world. this according to south korea's intelligence agency which says isis is using an encrypted
messaging service including addresses and fwoogle map coordinates. record heat is scorching the southwest. four deaths are blamed in arizona. temperatures topping 120 degrees in parts of southern california are helping fuel wildfires across the region. thousands of acres have burned. only a small number of homes have been lost. near downtown los angeles sunday a brush fire threatened this neighborhood burning trees and damaging two homes before crews finally got control of it. and an alert for parents this morning. >> a new study estimates 2 million children suffer a concussion during sports and other activities. one million are not reported to doctors and many children are suffering from brain injuries without the benefit of any treatment. in cleveland they are preparing
for a victory parade wednesday now that lebron james and the cavaliers are world champions. crowds jammed the streets celebrating the city's first major sports championship in 52 years. our t.j. holmes spoke with lebron before he got on that plane. >> did it end up feeling the way you thought it would because you broke down pretty quickly. >> yeah, i did. i broke down and the emotions, you know, from, you know, the 50-plus years our fans have been through in cleveland sports history. our fans deserved this, man. and to be able to bring it home to them it's unbelievable. >> it really was unbelievable. the team, take a look at that. decided to make a pit stop on the way home from oakland to party in las vegas. finally, it was a father's day he'll never forget for golfer dustin johnson. he wakes up this morning as the winner of the u.s. open, his first major championship. but his round was not without controversy. johnson was hit with a one-shot
penalty after he finished because officials ruled he had illegally moved his ball before putting on the 5th hole. not a lot of people agreed a with that. he didn't actually make contact with the ball. but it moved and he was pen penalized. the good news is, he still won by three strokes. that is worth this kiss. >> that's wayne gretzky's daughter. >> paulina gretzky. >> sports all day. that's why i sound so rasenny. "pop news" time. we'll begin with the cavs, against all odds the cavaliers did it. came back from 3-1 down to beat the warriors for the nba title. before they made a detour to party in vegas. kevin love celebrated his first nba title with a self-inflicted beer bath. we got a little inside scope video there. and then, back on the floor, if you thought you were seeing something, if you noticed usher
as in the musical artist, partying with the management, players, coaches, there's a reason, he's one of them. usher bought a stake in the cavs about ten years ago. >> had no idea. >> i know, learn something new every day in "pop news." he even convinced king james to come back home from miami. others celebrating online -- kevin hart posted, nick lachey. lot of people so happy. congratulations everywhere. this one is from our michael strahan. you can read it right there. congratulations to the cleveland cavaliers. wow, impossible is probable! great season by warriors and hell of a game by draymond green. you got to give it to draymond green and the warriors. >> is strahan in vegas? >> he might be. he had the champagne emojis at the end of that. >> unclear where strahan is. but he was celebrating, wasn't he? from sports to the stage, tony award-winning actor leslie
odom jr. has just announced he too will be leaving the hottest show on broadway. he originated the role of aaron burr. when he came to broadway. a week after receiving a tony for the role of aaron burr, he's confirming his departure, he did it in a preshow facebook live, he said that his final duel will be on july 9th, the same day as the show's star and creator lin manuel-miranda is leaving as well. odom told fans in the live stream that being in the room where it happened has been the most completely wonderful, totally healing and inspiring experience. also leaving the show, she originated the role of hamilton's wife. she announced recently that same show, july 9th, it will be her final curtain call. good luck getting tickets the july 9th show. >> oh, my goodness. >> can imagine the price for those seats -- >> obviously, all three of them
are just incredibly integral to that first wave of success. >> you know what, quite certain the next troupe will be just as great. so many broadway stars getting together to record "we are the world"-type song to help orlando in the wake of that horrific shooting. now they're giving us your first look. here it is with "what the world needs now is love." ♪ enough to last ♪ until the end of time ♪ what the world needs now ♪ is love sweet love >> there it is. i can't name all the stars that participated in this incredible project. all the proceeds going to help those affected in orlando. you can find the tune on itunes for $1.99. money well spent. >> incredible.
first look in "pop news." >> that's "pop news." here i go, here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." the latest on nick and mariah carey's divorce. cannon has a new song out laying out his feelings. and these soccer gals working out. they created a cosmetic line for active women. we'll put it to the test. and superfans of the hit show "orange is the new black" and the stars -- i'm so excited. thank you. >> cheers. >> we got the cast, we got surprises, all coming up on "gma." ♪ surprises, all coming up on "gma." i was telling you about the book, i downloaded a song. oh, and full disclosure, when we were just chatting about that song thing, someone arranged a date. guilty. the point is, life is digital. so, carmax, created a site where you can reserve a car online. come in when it's convenient,
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♪ ♪ those were the days. that's mariah carey singing her song "emotions." now, the star's dealing with her split from ex-nick cannon. linsey davis here with both side. here's the story. >> reporter: celebratory mariah carey popping champagne and showing off her engagement in instagram photos over the weekend just hours after her ex nick cannon released this rap song. ♪ >> reporter: he ultimately signals he'll finally sign their divorce papers nearly two years after the couple split and six months after the songstress got engaged to james packer an australian businessman. >> while they might conscious uncoupling like gwyneth and chris martin are, they're not having a tumultuous divorce relationship. >> reporter: the america's got talent host gets personal. opining about among other things
the strain the divorce has had on his relationship with his kids. ♪ >> reporter: even he goes as far he doesn't get to see his 5-year-old twins. ♪ now i can't see my kids -- >> reporter: a far cry from pictures posted earlier this year of the power duo successfully co-parenting. celebrating holidays and birthdays together with the kids. in an interview with "splash," cannon said the song wasn't directed at the ex but at the media. >> my main purpose was to be like, yo, this is how i'm feeling, i'm giving you everything. you see my feelings from every aspect of it and now maybe we can move on from it. >> we reached out to both sides for comment but did not hear back. cannon's lyrics may speak for themselves. at one point referring to his kids, sometimes i hate to hear you all on the other line having fun without me. lot of his angst seems to be not
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we're back now with hillary we're back now with hillary scott, lead singer of lady antebellum, now revealing the heartbreaking inspiration behind her powerful new music. take a look. ♪ >> reporter: on stage, hillary scott sings passionately about love, loss and healing as one-third of the hit country trio lady antebellum. ♪ and i need you now >> reporter: but behind the scenes she's been struggling with her own personal heartbreak. >> last fall, i went through a miscarriage. goodness gracious. thank you. >> reporter: now speaking out for the first time about it. >> this is something that's still not talked about very often. and i also feel like there's this pressure that you're just supposed to be able to snap your fingers and continue to walk through life like it never
happened. >> reporter: scott now channeling her pain through music, recording an album of hymns with her family out july 29th, including the first single "thy will." ♪ thy will be done >> i wrote the song right in middle of experiencing everything that comes with the miscarriage. it was at my most raw place that i could have ever been when this song truly pour out of me. >> reporter: she's approaching life with new perspectives. relishing in special moments with her 2-year-old daughter. >> i'm a different mom with her now. i hug her a lot tighter. >> reporter: for now, scott's glad to be making music again, back on the road, touring this summer with lady antebellum. >> after going through everything that i have gone through in the past year, and in the process of making this record, i know i'm coming back into the mindset of lady antebellum.
♪ >> and joining us now is dr. jennifer wu, an ob/gyn at lenox hill hospital. here in new york city. you know so many women blame themselves when they go through miscarriages. what are some of the common causes? >> the majority of the time is due to genetics being abnormal. the egg and the sperm don't combine correctly. we do know that this often happens with older women. as women get older their eggs get older. >> lot of people who have miscarriages oftentimes think i'll have trouble conceiving the next one and the next one, what's the truth behind that? >> not necessarily. oftentimes miscarriage is a one-time occurrence and many of these women will go on to have happy, healthy pregnancies. >> and what can women do as they're going through the pain, hillary scott poured her heart into her songs, what can women do while going through the grieving process? >> it's a sad, difficult time,
reach out to their partner, they're both going through it. they should talk to close friends and family. they'll often find there are other women that can relate to the situation. it's a grieving process that can take time and it's okay to have that time for that. >> how long before you can try again, to conceive again? >> well, we usually tell patients not to have sex for two weeks. but if everything is progressing normally you can try the next menstrual cycle. >> all right, dr. jennifer wu, definitely a lot of hope out there. more now on the story on our website. let's go back to ginger who's on sanibel island in florida. ginger. >> amy, now i can tell you why we're here, because we're shellbrating national seashell day. that's right. thanks to our sponsors, we're at the sundial beach and resort. all my friends working hard behind me. we'll have a beautiful day. much cooler than the weekend here. not even close to the heat they saw -- deadly heat in the
southwest. i want to show you quickly what's still out there. excessive heat warnings for four states, including. california, nevada is going to be baking again, arizona of course. the highs 115 in phoenix. remember, the heat is cumulative. again, we got the fourth named storm, danielle in the gulf. it's going to go west right into mexico. >> good monday morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco. we are going to have a cooler coast, but hot inland. summer arrives at 3:34 and a summer spread all week. today it is 35 degrees from half moon bay at 62, to antioch at 97. good news we all cool comfortably in the 50s. my seven-day outlook shows minor fluctuations in tomorrow but it will stay 60s at the coast and 80 around the bay and 80s >> all right, this line of folks is about to do the sanibel
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now from abc7 news. hello good morning sue. i am that and right now 58 people are without a place to live after the fire are finding out if and when they're going to be allowed inside. half a dozen buildings were gutted and businesses destroyed. they do not have a calm for the fire, but they believe that it started in the back of the hardware store. a look at the commute with sue hall. >> good morning everyone. going to the bridge and believe it or not these are the fast track lanes and then there's an accident just after the toll plaza on the west side and then that's on to 580. it's been a problem commute all morning and then the accidents and one just clearing, but the damage is done all the way back into antioch.
thank you mike. we will have another local news update in 30 minutes and on ♪pdate in 30 minutes and on can you imagine? they would have dressed for them if they knew were here. they did. the ladies sneaking in as their fans binge-watch the hit show. some fun, isn't it? >> i think we're fans, too, i'm so excited to speak with them. i got to go to litchfield last year. >> why are you wearing this then? >> well, i had to don the orange suit last time. so, i opted out. but we got social supertalk kerby rosanes. the artist's new book "imagimorphia" is out. he's been here working on a new creation all morning for us. so, kerby, tell us how you started doing what you're doing.
>> i started -- i started drawing professionally two years ago. yeah, and apparently the type of art i was doing was perfect for coloring box for grownups. yes, that's why i'm here. >> did you do all that this morning? >> yes. >> it's unbelievable. >> incredible. just an hour. >> my notebooks in high school look kind of like that when i wasn't listening. not nearly as good. >> go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to watch a live stream of rosanes creating his artwork. if you're hungry this morning, get ready to eat like jesse. do we look like jesse when we're done? he's tracking down the secret dishes only the locals know. and he's starting with this cheesy todd. take a look. ♪
>> reporter: if you're a foodie and you live in tampa bay, no doubt you have heard about it. >> i hate to admit it that i come probably four times a week maybe. >> reporter: they were retired. but got bored, so they created datz -- comfort food with a flair. >> people love it. >> reporter: chicken with waffles. buffalo cauliflower. >> one of our best dishes is meat loaf that's stuffed with mac and cheese. >> reporter: the reason i'm here is to do battle with the mother of all burgers. >> reporter: the cheesy todd is -- it's hamburger and mac and cheese. the choosy todd. but before i eat, we create. executive keith williamson invites me into the kitchen. >> condensed milk. we'll bring it to the simmer.
a mixture of cheddar cheese and jalapenos. little bit of heat. spread it out on a sheet pan. refrigerate three hours. then start making your buns. two buns will make one cheesy todd. dip in flour, egg white wash, in panko and then the deep fryer. >> we'll fry them until they're golden brown. >> reporter: don't forget, this is a burger. six ounces. >> beautiful. look at those mark and see that, these are the buns. mac and cheese with bacon and jalapenos and then -- the assembly. >> you need a little architectural degree to put this mammoth thing together. we have some beautiful pickles. what's a burger without pickles? >> this is a salad now. >> reporter: then our top. second mac and cheese with jalapeno and bacon bun. it's beautiful. this is everything that's right with america right here. oh.
>> all right, jesse is now joining us, he's on assignment but skyping in with us. this was a really rough assignment for you. what was the craziest thing about the cheesy todd that has just been delivered to the desk here? >> i don't know how -- >> i hope you guys enjoy. it goes without saying that it's the buns, anybody can make a regular hamburger. they use the fried bacon and jalapeno mac and cheese. it makes the burger creamy and smokey. you guys are trying it now. you need to get to tampa, get to datz, and put the cheesy todd in your mouth. chew it and swallow it. try to do it at least once a month. i swam through the bahamas to work that burger off. >> yes, the workout continues. before i take a bite of this, what else is coming up for us this summer? >> lara, i can't wait to take people to orlando, to a restaurant that's famous throughout central florida for their breakfast.
a banana and pecan-stuffed caramel waffle. another zero-calorie dish by the way. >> totally. >> i can't wait to share it with everybody in america. >> thank you, jesse. they don't eat this on "orange is the new black." amy. >> please save my cheesy todd. the cast of "orange is the new black" has taken over times square this morning. fans have been binge-watching all weekend long. take a look at this scene from the new season. >> i'm at the big-girl table. chapman sits here. and nor ma. >> joining us now, laura prepon, taylor schilling, uzo aduba, and
kate mulgrew. and blair brown. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you for having us. >> okay, so, can you guys sum up season four in a few words? >> yes. >> go ahead, kate. >> excruciating. >> that just took one word and it was very powerful. we just heard the show was renewed for three more seasons. >> yes, ma'am. >> congratulations. but i'm curious, are some of your characters going to get out of prison in that period of time? >> we don't know -- we're not sure. so, i don't even know -- >> it stands to reason that piper would be out by then. >> you would think. >> you would think. >> but reason doesn't apply. >> lot of people are saying your character is due. >> what are you talking about? no, i want to be there forever. i love it. >> long sentences for everyone. >> we love our jobs. >> you said three months --
>> it's definitely -- >> three months. >> insinuated on netflix. >> alex, i want to ask you, because the last time we saw you in season three we weren't sure you were going to make it to season four. not a total spoiler to say you're still alive. what's ahead for your character this season? >> um, oh, a lot. she basically, you know, gets, she's in a position in the first episode she has to make a really pro-survival decision to live and it affects her throughout the rest of the season. she's struggling with her personal ethics and morals of what she had to do. >> all right -- taylor, you're no longer the sweet, innocent girl from connecticut in this one. you were like a criminal mastermind. >> i don't know if i would go that far. i don't know if i would go that far. she's trying that identity on for sure. >> all right, well, you wear it
well. uzo, we still don't know why crazy eyes was put behind bars in the first place, are we going to find out this season? >> question, no answer. this is quandary i'm in. i don't know. i think we're going to learn more about suzanne and, hopefully, we'll understand where she's coming from. that's all i say. no spoilers. >> blair, this is your first entree into the season. your character is like a martha stewartlike character. >> she's there for that crime, that's not who she is. >> she's not suzy homemaker. >> no, she's not. kate, we start to see some tensions brewing, start to see -- you're always filled with tension. >> that's my middle name. >> i got an audience question for you guys. we got a question from madison. >> just because you guys are so
close, i was wondering, what's one thing that you learn from each other just by being on set with each other? >> that's a good question. >> fellowship. >> it can be fun if you join the right sorority. >> i think -- it's like a sisterhood. for me it's been like a sisterhood. nothing is taboo for her. our writers are so awesome. they write things that really push us out of our comfort zone. we all really trust each other. we feel safe to really go there and be vulnerable. >> i spent the day with you guys it was so fun in litchfield. thank you for being with us and congratulations. >> thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> "orange is the new black," season four available on netflix. let's go back to ginger. who's in florida, sanibel island. >> i'm okay with starting my morning calling this my office, amy, just for the record. i'll do this again. and we're celebrating national
seashell day, but also me and my friends here celebrating the official start of summer. that's right, it happens tonight officially at 6:30 p.m. eastern time. lot of folks are saying i'm ready to celebrate and enjoy a little summertim >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the climbs 72 in san francisco and upper 90s in the inland east bay. in the 50s tonight but warm for most of >> and thanks to our sponsors. for the beaches of ft. myers and sanibel we were able to take a closer look at southwest florida with spectacular shells, some of the best in the world. ♪ arriving in city of palms i couldn't wait to see it all. so, what better way than from way up there. why is this better --
>> captiva is a special place. it's hidden, it's hard to get to. they're about a aren't a lot of people out here. >> taking in the sights from more than 250 feet up, flipping and dipping into the water. i met up with pam to start my collection. i see water and beach, what do you see? >> i see seashells. >> i see seashells. and you give a big smile. i can see your passion. they're more than just beauty. obviously, the shells make sand. what else is the shell good for? why is it here? >> a shell is a mollusk. when they die they leave this beautiful treasure. >> what we're looking at is kind of the most beautiful graveyard. >> yes it is, you're right. >> here at the sundial beach resort and spa, we're learning about those mollusks that live inside the shell.
thanks to the national shell muse museum. we also have rachel rainbolt. what is crow? >> crow is a wildlife hospital and rehabilitation facility, one of the nation's leading hospital for wildlife. we take care of animals that are either native or migratory to florida. here with me this morning is lola. >> so preservation is key and lola is special because? >> she's one of our educational animals. not all of the animals are able to get checked out and make a full recovery. but thankfully we do have the opportunity to offer some animals that are okay around people, the opportunity to show everybody about why it's important to protect these animals through education. >> thank you so much, rachel and lola.
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>> yes. >> was that part of the draw? >> yes, to make my father happy. he grew up watching -- have you seen the old black and white -- >> of course, my dad and i used to watch them as well. >> that's how i was introduced to tarzan. >> did he give you any advice? >> don't screw it up. >> it's a classic character. >> yeah. and don't try to be johnny. >> that wouldn't be a worry here, because this is a very different take on it. your story starts in london and then makes its way back to the jungle. tell us about that. >> yeah, so, it's almost the opposite the old movies and the novel is the eighth man growing up in the jungle. and that's all in "the legend of tarzan" now. it's told in flashbacks. the main story line is, you meet john as he's been in london with his wife jane ten years almost, and then he returns to the jungle, so, it's more about the
kind of the animal within and slowly letting that come back out. >> letting that animal come out during your love scenes with margot robbie. they have become legendary as well. >> yeah, well, david yates, our director wanted the love scenes to be kind of intense and primal. >> the world was animalistic. >> a bit animalistic. well, he was like -- david was like, we shot the scene and he's like it's tarzan and jane, when they make love -- >> yes. >> he was kind of egging us on and it was slightly exaggerated. i read somewhere that margot injured alex. that's not the case. i'm okay. some bruises and scratches and stuff. >> we have to go. but we got you a present. >> you got me a gift on national seashell day? >> it's not a seashell but it's your favorite pie.
>> oh, wow. >> because we heard you trained very hard and you ate an entire pie when you were done filming. we have 19 more of them upstairs. >> eight months of no sugar. thank you so much. >> thank you for coming. everybody check out the legend of tarzan opening nationwide on july 1st. coming up, the secrets of how these women work crystal geyser alpine spring water from here to there ♪ to you crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source.
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now from abc news. good morning i am natasha zouves mike nicco has the bay area forecast. good morning nick. >> hi everyone. extreme amounts of radiation and be careful. 50s in the coast and 70s and 80s around the bay. it does not change much in the accuweather seven day forecast and possibly a little bit cooler o oen the morning clouds. the bridge earlier and then on the left hand shoulder and go through the toll plaza and then that's backed up and then that's reported and it's in the bay bridge and in san francisco blocking lane number two and delays in the bay bridge as well. time for lve with "live
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