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can help prevent some birth defects before you even know you're pregnant. live, where you live. this is abc 7 news. a very good morning to you, it is sunday, june 25th, i'm tiffany fwhinls for carlin tyler. and we'll start off with weather. here's lisa argan. >> good morning to you. here's a live look. fog that has filled into livermore right now. we have low clouds that have returned to everywhere except concord this morning. it's going to take a little while to bring on the sunshine. 60 right now in oakland as well as hayward. 56 in santa rosa. visibility is fine. not an issue. today a few more degrees of cooler inland. by noontime, 50s and 60s, maybe low 70s. and by the afternoon, mid-80s
should do it, we will hold on to those clouds at the coast. we'll talk about even cooler temperatures in the next few days. coming up with my extended outlook in a few minutes, tiffany. >> sri, thank you. pride weekend is in full swing. festivities have been going off without a hitch, but the real test will be today. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to turn out for the 47th annual pride parade and afterparty at civic center plaza. abc 7 news reporter lisa has the story. >> reporter: the party continues in the castro. where locals and tourists unite for some fun and police are also out to make sure everyone is safe. >> very, very much multiplied this year. i'm seeing three to four times the usual police presence for pride weekend. >> reporter: the san francisco police department is at full staff this weekend. everyone is working and all vacations have been cancelled. with an extra one million people
in the city for pride weekend, and with recent terrorist attacks taking place worldwide, everyone is on high alert. >> make us aware that things are more real now. >> reporter: police made with bar owners this month to talk about safety protocols. phas five times more security er than usual this weekend. >> last year we had pulse right before pride, and we felt we needed to elevate our security then. and we're doing the same thing this year just to keep our customers safe and the neighborhood safe as well. >> reporter: at the celebrations at civic center plaza. there is increased security screening, attendees have to go through metal detectors and have bags checked. police are in crowds, in plain clothes, and on rooftops. measures many think are now necessary. >> i always look for where the closest police is located and i always watch people, their body
language, how they're roog around, gestures they're making. >> and again, that was lisa. one year after the pulse nightclub shooting in orlando, survivors and friends and family was victims travelled to san francisco to join the pride parade. abc 7 news spoke with a man who's best friend was killed in the nightclub shooting. >> that happens to be one of the very last things he did for me. was there at pulse that night, standing on the patio, he put his arm around me like he always did and he said, i love you. >> brandon wolf is keeping his friend's legacy alive through the drew project. it's a group that is named after christopher andrew who was one of the 49 people killed at pulse last year. the nonprofit gives scholarships for members of the lgbt community and provides a leadership opportunity. >> the things people remember about pulse ten years from now i hope are the things like the drew project, the things that are love, unity, compassion. >> there is always more.
that we can do in order to protect future kids, teens, adults, anybody who is in threat of being attacked. >> wolf and sarah grossman will speak at the pride parade today along with others recommending the brady campaign to prevent gun violence. the iconic pink triangle is in place at twin peaks right now. they were used to identify and prosecute home sexuals. the pink triangle will be taken down this afternoon following the city's pride parade. security will of course be high at today's pride parade. the parade run downs market street between eighth and biel. highlighted here in blue. street closures start at 6:00 a.m. and those are indicated in red. many muni lines will also be rerouted during the parade. you can find a closer view of that map as well as a full calendar of events on our website, abc7news.com or by dounding the abc 7 news. enable push alert for pride
updates throughout the day. we have developing news this morning, the death toll continues to rise after an oil tanker explosion in pakistan. over 148 people have died after the tanker overturned in the eastern part of that country. officials say residents rushed to collect leaking fuel with jerry cans after the tanker flipped, and then it burst into flames. police tried to cordon off the area but were overwhelmed by villagers. 76 are wounded without dozens listed in critical condition. back here in the bay area, neighbors it in a fremont neighborhood are terrified after several home invasion robberies led to the arrest of a teenaged boy and the detention of two of his accomplices. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkly has sfroirt fremont. >> he was then attacked, punched in the face at a pretty significant -- i mean, damaged his eye. >> reporter: this witness and neighbor wanted to remain anonymous as he described how
the same intruders returned to the same house in fremont's neighborhood three days later. using the stolen keys to try to get into the house. they also tried to break a sliding glass door, the same woman victim and her son was home. >> they ran off. we were able to capture some of the vehicle on both days on our cameras. >> reporter: the brazen suspects returned again the very next day driving the same maroon dhoon accord. alert neighbors blocked their exit as they called police. this is cell phone video showing police arresting a 15-year-old boy on two counts of home invasion robbery, elder abuse, and possession of a stolen vehicle. his accomplices were also detained, a 14-year-old girl and ten-year-old girl. the 15-year-old neighbors say was armed with a sledge hammer. >> i know, they were young, but yeah, that was shocking. >> reporter: relieved now? >> relieved now. >> reporter: others describe many thefts in the neighborhood
and teenagers loitering with alcohol. >> there's a few people not in the neighborhood come and hang out, like just sit in the car. that's like risky because you have kids here. >> reporter: police praised all the neighborhood cameras and the vigilants of residents. >> we always need help from the community and the more support that we have from the community, the better we're able to do our jobs. >> reporter: in fremont, i'm leslie brinkly, abc 7 news. federal investigators are looking at a small plane that crashed about a football field's length away from where it was supposed to land. abc 7 news was just outside the san martin airport south of morgan hill where the single engine zest in a 182 crashed just after 5:00 last night. the pilot was the only one on board and he walked away with cults to his face. a man driving by on highway 101 saw what happened and rushed over to help. >> actually came about 30 feet above his vehicle, he pulled over and rendered aid to the party and actually pulled him
out of the airplane. >> the pilot told chp that his engine quit as he was coming in to land. and was just returning from dropping off sky divers. a fire in the heart of san francisco's castro district briefly interrupted yesterday's pride celebrations. a viewer shared video showing smoke and flames pouring out of a second floor balcony. it happened just above the restaurant. no one was hurt. a large tree branch crashed down on top of a car in san francisco. a neighbor posted photos to twirts, it happened at columbus and lombard briefly blockinged cable car line. now the this is just a few blocks away from washington square park where in august a fallen branch left a woman paralyzed. the city called it a freak accident. lost children and victims on the ground attracted a lot of attention at a bus write public park, not to worry, this is only a drill. abc 7 news was in the park as
firefighters and police officers trained volunteers for the community emergency response team. the team is called into action any time there is a major disaster. the mock scenarios help prepare those who don't save people for a living to help out. >> it's not just firefighters who are doing it. it's everybody. it's you, it's me, it's our neighbors, it's our kids, it's our boy scouts. that's exciting to see. >> this is the first time the training has been held. surveillance cameras helped police break up a side show and make several arrests. police say they received complaints of hundreds of people and cars gathering at the parking lot of the santa rosa marketplace on friday nights. police provided these pictures captured by cameras that they set up. they arrested six people and towed two cars. in san jose, a flower shop owner is accused of stealing more than $26,000 from her customers. this mug shot for jazmine rivera shows the florist in tears. prosecutors say she refused to
refund nearly $10,000 to a family who cancelled their daughters celebration and that she didn't deliver $8,000 worth of flowers and decorations for a woman's wedding. well the time right now is 5:10e, lisa, the weather. >> yes, the fog has come back. we're getting into that summer time pattern, really settling in nicely. if you ask me, you can see the marine layer right there. temperatures in the mid-50s in the north bay to the low 60s. still a few degrees cooler today in the inland valleys. how much cooling and a look at a pleasant week ahead. that's all just a few minutes away. also ahead, heading to the raceway for nascar? beware, why officials are warning fans to get there early today. plus a sacramento woman applying to become a citizen finds out that she actually became one six decades ago.
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welcome back, it is 5:13 in the morning. you're looking at a beautiful shot of the eastern span of the bay bridge. traffic moving along nicely. if you're coming into the city for the pride parade. now is a good time because you can see the absolutely no back-up there on the bridge. sprump shifting his public stance about russian interference in the election. this change comes after the washington post printed a lengthily account of the kremlin's effort, now the president is pointing a finger at president obama, abc news reporter richard canto explains. president trump seems to be admitting that the russians did indeed meddle in the presidential election, tweeting, since the obama administration was told way before the 2016 election that the russians were meddling, why no action? focus on them, not t.
mr. trump told fox news -- >> obama knew about russia a long time before the election. and he did nothing about it. >> reporter: earlier in the week, the white house would not be pinned down on whether mr. trump believed that russia did indeed try to meddle. >> i have not sat down and asked him about the specific reaction to them, i'd be glad to touch base and get back. >> reporter: the president poopoo ld the idea. >> the entire thing is a witch hunt. the russians did not affect the vote. >> reporter: it's just democrats being poor losers. >> you could talk all you want about russia, which is all a, you know, fake news fabricated deal to try and make up for the loss of the democrats. >> reporter: the washington post has published a detailed account of russia's actions and president obama's secret struggle to stop them. president obama could have done much more to alert the american public about the threat, according to to the post, which quotes one former obama official saying, i feel like we sort of
choked. >> the question is, if he had the information, why dnltd he do something about it? but you don't read that. it's quite sad. >> reporter: the white house says president trump has taken steps to safeguard the nation's voting systems. richard canto, abc news, new york. coming up at 8:00 on this week with george stephanopoulos, kouns already to the president, kellyanne conway and chuck schumer. plus republican senators susan collins and rand paul respond to this week's health care bill draft in a sunday exclusive. special round table debate on all of this week's politics. that is this morning at 8:00. well the democratic national committee came to san francisco and members pointed out just how essential the black vote is to a winning democratic ticket. abc 7 news was in oakland yesterday at the scottish wright temple for the event hosted by barbara lee. speaker said if democrats don't get 92% of the black vote, they
don't win. and they accused republicans of making sure that that doesn't happen. >> they are suppressing the vote all over the country. they don't just suppress the vote because they racist, they suppress it because it's a practical matter, it's how they win. >> speakers also blamed a misguided mass incarceration policy that leans against blacks and latinos as another way to suppress votes. south sacramento police are investigating the burning of a bacon-filled koran outside of a mosque as a possible hate crime. now a citizen flagged down a policeman who saw a burned koran filled with bacon hanging by a handcuff from a fence. pork is forbidden in the islamic faith. the mosque is the largest in the greater sacramento area. also in sacramento, a woman applying for a u.s. citizenship found out that she already was one for six decades. 70-year-old honey gerdman was
living in holland. she wanted to gain citizenship to stay in the u.s. to be with her sick mother without the limitations of a tourist visa. immigration attorney cleared everything up. >> this is such a relief. he looked into it, he says, but you're a citizen. you're a citizen. >> yes. it turn outs that her mother and deceased father were u.s. citizens and that at one point, she actually lived with them in the u.s. as a child and previously held a green card. honey did not say why she thought she wasn't a citizen, but she did leave the pledge of allegiance at her oath ceremony and got her certificate which dates back 60 years. well residents of 90 homes in the county remain evacuated following two levy breaches along kings river. the levies were breached late friday night after a massive amount of snow melt was released from pine flat dam. parts of a golf course are under ten feet of water.
this is all happening north of highway 99 near the town of kingsberg. nascar fans attending the big toyota 350 race are being warned, arrive early and expect a lot of traffic. today's event is of special significant because it will be dale earnhardt jr.'s very last race at the sonoma raceway before he retires. more than 40,000 fans are expected to attend and raceway officials and highway patrol expect significant traffic delays along highways 37 and 121 compromise are both single lane roads. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argan. good morning, the low clouds and fog are back, except for around concord this morning. so as we check out live doppler 7, live camera shot here, you can see the marine layer and it looks pretty, doesn't it? although the fog will cozy up to the coast today. 55 in san francisco, it's 56
half-moon bay, 60 in oakland, 61 in mountain view and san jose. nice, dark picture here in the city with partly cloudy skies on the way. 55 in nevado. we have a wind out by the delta nearly 40 miles an hour. that dellal breeze not only transporting the cooler air, but patches of low clouds there as well. that's why we have the low cloudiness into the livermore valley. concord's clear and you're looking clouds in the city. fog once again, coast and bay, mist and drizzle right along the shoreline. the cooling tonights today and more cooling through about tuesday, temperatures will recover somewhat and numbers near average throughout the week ahead. but as you go through the rest of your sunday, notice, that we have the fog over into the east bay this morning. then it pulls back by noontime, but, 2:00, 3:00, it's still here to half-moon bay, even san francisco will be partly cloudy today. we'll look for a nice afternoon
up in the north here around sonoma where it could get really hot. only in the upper 70s today by 4:00, 79 degrees, so it should be pretty nice, a lot of sunshine for you, but watch out for that traffic as tiffany pointed out. in the city today looking at numbers on the cooler side of average, partly cloudy skies, pretty much for the entire day. starting out gray in the upper 50s, 9:00 and then into the low 60s, kind of staying there. and then by the evening hours, 59 degrees. so in the south bay today, shy of average was 79 in san jose, look for 75 closer to the bay around milpitas and sunnyville. the sea breeze with low 70s, mountain view should see about 77 this time of year. even a little cool. big switch from about a week ago or less than that, 62 in san francisco. average high of 76 into the north bay. notice, you'll have that fog right along the coasts there. 78, snow in a, 79 in napa, on the east bay, numbers topping out right around 70 degrees for
berkeley and oakland today. 75 in union city. you head inland, number's even cooler than yesterday. we managed about 88 at the concord airport and today we're looking at low to mid-80s. so the accuweather seven day forecast looking at temperatures continuing to come down on the cooler side of average for tomorrow and tuesday. you download our accuweather app and you'll notice when we do recover, we'll keep the clouds at the coast for a typical summer time pattern and temperatures just edging up slowly by the end of the week inland and perhaps next weekend, 0u at the coast, exactly what you would expect. i think that's july 1st. >> yes, it looks like it, thank you. all right. well just ahead, the champs are getting a chance to shine in a different sport and some warriors hit it out of the park. we'll tell you about the softball game
the fascinating world of 3d printers is becoming more accessible. 7 on your side's michael finnny looks at this emerging trend. >> reporter: this 3d printer at the product realization slab out of reach for most consumers. they purchased it for $100,000. this 3d printer that we saw at a san francisco trade show is much more affordable. it retails for $199. >> these capable of printing objects like townships, wooden lock boxes like this. they could be used as mechanical
representations, printing gears. they could be used for, heck, artificial limbs. >> reporter: first grader joshua hanks of houston received a prosthetic handmade by fifth graders using a 3d printer. >> joshua was born without a hand. his new plastic one, built with the assistance of a company called enable allowed joshua to manipulate building blocks and practice throwing a ball. >> going to in the nfl that the rate. >> reporter: this use of 3d printers is something dan illman of stanford is seeing more and more. >> i do think that they are going to get more prevalent, but i don't quite see it developing to a level where everyone is going to have one. >> reporter: 3d printers with can also be used to build appliances, doorknobs, even shower heads. chris of aland of monoprice explains how 3d printers work. >> if you look at his traditional 2d printer, think of that in 3d. instead of down your sheet of
paper, it's stacking layers of toing form an object. >> reporter: there is 199 model was named best cool tech product last year by digital trend. this one that's going to be released in august will sell for $159. >> yeah, that's -- it's pretty amazing. i've seen some printers that are very highly reviewed that are in the $600 range. >> reporter: one young man who helped build the hand says it best. >> technology is like a blessing. >> reporter: now i have links to free sites where you can find various printable objects you can make using a 3d printer. >> all of that at abc7 news.com, i'm michael finnny. well the chp is looking for a kitten with an incredible sur vaifl story. they blocked off a lane of traffic to rescue him and an officer took him to the vet who
gave him a bath and a clean bill of health. he doesn't have a microchip or collar, the officer agreed to take him home and foster him until his owner comes forward. he's calling the kitty appropriately, bridges. the warriors kevin durant channelled michael jordan yesterday going yard in a home run der by to benefit magee's jug life foundation. it's do founded that helps build wells in africa and encourages kids to drink more water instead of soft drinks. >> it's for a great cause. like i said, just to spend time with teammates and, you know -- a lot of other people who's great. >> reporter: green, iguodala, and the nba championship trophy all knead out the field. his team won 19-15 despite being one of the only warriors to not hit a home run. total athletes. magee will become a free agent on july 1st, but he expressed his desire to remain with the
good morning, this half hour with a look at the weather. here's lisa argan. good morning. >> good morning to you. we have fog everywhere except for concord this morning. so as we take a look at our temperature profile this morning, you'll notice that we are looking at numbers still milder in our inland valleys by 7:00 we'll be in the 60s here, but look what happens as we go through the next couple of hours. 8:00, we're still in the 50s with the fog, extending over into oakland and hayward. mid-60s in livermore with some sun there and by 9:00, that
sunshine is working to burn off that fog in hayward and oakland, but not quite. it is going to take until about 11:00 until we see almost sunny skies, but notion along the shoreline, 50s half-moon bay and gray skies at the coast, tiffany. >> thank you. now to a desperate rescue effort under way in china. most of a village in the southwestern part of that country was covered in a mud and rock slide while people were sleeping. more than 100 people are still missing. marcie gonzalez has the story. >> reporter: rescuers desperately digging through the rubble, as many as 120 people missing feared buried beneath this crush of heavy rocks and mud. officials say the massive landslide came with no longer at 6:00 a.m. local time in the province. heavy rain causing the mountainside to crumble on to the village below. a second smaller landslide triggering bolders to topple on to the village. search dogs, heavy equipment,
and instruments to detect life all deployed for finding signs of survivors. he says, dozens of households in the village were completely buried and he says his one month old son saved them by crying and waking them up moments before the mudslide hit. i was pinned down in the dining room, we slowly got up, held the baby, and escaped he explains, but at least 15 dead, rescuers are still hoping for more stories like his. uncovering crumb nled pieces of some of the more than 40 homes that were obliterated. a hotel is also buried beneath the rubble. tourists are among the missing. marcie gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. london's problem with high-rise apartment towers continues. the government says samples from external siding panels covering 34 high-rise buildings across the country have failed fire safety tests. those same panels were a major contributor to the deadly fire at the tower earlier this month
where at least 79 people died. hundreds of residents were also evacuated from four housing blocks after inspectors found issues with gas pipe insulation and fire doors. developing news, there are urging concerns over an apparent cyber attack on britain's parliament. it appears there were unauthorized attempts to hack government officials and now many leaders in the uk are unable to access their e-mails. abc news reporter ron claiborne has that story. >> reporter: an audacious cyber attack, every member of the parliament shut out of remote e-mail by the british government after hackers attempted to break into their accounts. >> blanket targeting of members of parliament is serious. it's very serious in nature in terms of if i can get access to your e-mail account, then, i can get access to a lot of information. >> reporter: the hack attempt first discovered friday led to the shutdown and this alert from parliament on the cyber attack. an attempt to identify weak pass words, these attempts were
specifically trying to gain access to users e-mails. this member of parliament taking to twitter. no parliamentary e-mail access today. cyber attack from kim jong-un, putin, or a kid in his mom's basement or something. it's not immediately known who was behind the attack, but the times of london reports that russian hackers have been selling e-mail addresses and passwords of senior british government officials. >> we know that the public services are attacked. so it's not a total surprising that there should be an attempt to hack into parliamentary e-mails. >> reporter: the suspected goal of such an effort -- >> i believe it has the whole marks of political disruption. >> reporter: so far no indication the hack has actually succeeded. investigators are still trying to figure out who was fwhooind bold cyber attack and yet another reminder, the vulnerability they were trying to exploit, weak passwards. abc news, london. scary situation last night
at a new york amusement park that could have ended up much worse. the eyewitness who captured this video said he heard screaming just before 8:00 at six flags in upstate new york. he looked up to see a teenage irl hanging from the bottom of a chair ride. a group of bystanders all gathered below to catch her fall from nearly 35 feet. she didn't suffer any serious injuries and remains in stable condition at a local hospital. one of the men who caught her was also taken to the hospital with a back injury. a very close call for a man in alabama. this man, he was walking along orange beach in the middle of tropical storm cindy this week, seems pretty oblivious to the increasingly violent ocean. and then, just 15 seconds after he walks away from the water, a palm tree comes crashing down. as you can see, he wasn't hurt, but, clearly a little rattled. 109-year-old tree grown from
a small seed donated by john mirror is on the move in idaho. the ten story tall, 800,000 pound mystery in the way of a hospital expansion and so it is being moved two blocks to city property. >> technical challenge is probably the vertical height of this tree is unusual. most trees that we move, even if they're really large or 50, 60 feet tall, this one being over 100 foot tall is a little bit different. >> so glad they are saving that tree. he made his home in the bay area and led the fight to create yosemite national park from his home in martinez. well more freshman than ever before will attend san jose state university this fall. in fact, there will be about 1400 more than the school expected. and that is a good problem, but it's creating a big problem when it comes to finding room for them to live and study. abc 7 news reporter chris wynn has more on the story that you'll only see on abc 7 news.
>> reporter: it's construction season at san jose state. and crews are trying to get as much done as possible before student ace reporting live for classes this fall. the university's getting ready to welcome the largest freshman class ever with more than 5,000 students expected to enroll. that's 25% more than officials planned for. >> students are tremendously interested in being here, we tried to accommodate all we can, but it is, it is challenging to keep up, we'll do our best, but it is a challenge. >> reporter: but the growing pains are evident as sjsu's popularity in silicon valley continues to rise. more than 1400 students, half of them freshman were put on a waiting list for on campus housing. the university normally has space to accommodate, but that won't be the case this fall. >> it's frustrating as parent to see my daughter going through all the emotions of knowing that she may not be able to have the college experience that she has been looking forward to since she was a young girl. >> reporter: freshman who come
from outside of a 30 mile radius of san jose typically have to live on campus, but that requirement will not be waived for those who aren't able to be placed in a dorm. since freshman who applied before the deadline are given priority, incoming graduate students could also be affected by the housing crunch. >> that gives me less than two months to find a place to live. which it's certainly doable, but it definitely kind of puts the clock on. >> reporter: sjsu officials are currently forecasting freshman sources for the fall. the university's academic affairs team tells abc 7 news, lecture-based classes may be expanded and smaller sections could be added where it makes sense to do so. freshman will register for courses during orientation in the coming weeks. in san jose, chris wynn, abc 7 news. a local soccer club that can't be at today's pride parade will show their support in a different way. san francisco city fc's next match takes place today durgs pride festivities, and the team is showing their support with special edition jerseys to
commemorate the event. the match worn jerseys will be auctioned off afterwards with all proceeds benefitting san francisco's aids legal referral panel. 5:38 right now, and still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a closer look at three options the a's are weighing as they look for a new place to call home. and here is a live look from our roof cam pointing out towards the bay bridge. you can see the cloud cover there. foggy this morning, had to turn on the wipers heading into work. [ intense music playing ] ] it's here, but it's going by fast. the opportunity of the year is back: the mercedes-benz summer event.
summer of love is the inspiration for the italian street painting festival continuing today in san rafael. over 100 street painters from across the country are paying homage to the cultural revolution that began in the bay area in 1967. the festival starts today at 10:00 and runs until 6:00. admission for adults is 10 bucks and 12 and under get in free. a lot of people outside today, lisa. how's the weather? >> finally some weather to enjoy for everyone. in fact, you'll probably need a jacket for a good portion of the day here in san francisco. a live look outside, the golden gate bridge stocked in with fog, tex tends all the way across the bay, even to the south bay. 61 in san jose, 55 in the city, so, we'll talk about the timing of this clearing, how much cooler we're going to get, and a look at your accuweather sunday forecast in just a few minutes. >> sri, thank you. and also next, the a's make baseball history thanks to three of their rookies. they'll try to complete a three-game sweep today. rick quan has
zail earnhardt will make that is last race at the raceway. you can see him in the 350. the race starts at noon. the a's will be trying for a three-game sweep of the white sox in chicago. first pitch is at 11:10 a.m. and the giants will try to avoid being swept by the mets. matt moore takes the mound for san francisco. first pitch at at&t park is at 1:05. last night, the giants became the first major league team to lose 50 games. uh-oh. here's rick quan with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning, how quickly things can change, just last
year the giants had the best record in baseball at the all-star break, now on pace to lose more than 100 games. after designating aaron hill for assignment, the giants called up ryder jones in his first big league at-bat, mets pitcher jacob delaware grom gets them to ground out, went 0-4. it was scoreless until the fourth. johnny cueto, new york takes a 1-0 lead. san francisco pulled even in the seventh, brandon belt leads off with his 14th home run of the season and it's tied 1-0. but not for long as the mets get to the giants bullpen in the eighth. jay bruce, singles off sam dyson, curtis granderson scores a go ahead run. then later in the inning, flores doubles off george for another run, new york goesen to win 5-2, the giants become the first team in the majors to lose 50 games this season. the last place oakland a's are hoping a youth movement can
turn it's fortunes around. yesterday against the white sox, the future looked promising. before getting ejected for the second straight game, chicago manager rick saw his team fall behind quickly in the first. rookie matt olson gets the first career home run, two run shot off james shields. he would hit another one in the seventh. that calls for some high fives. then in the second, another rookie, jacob connects for his first career home run. a solo blast to right makes it 3-0, oakland, he can hardly believe it. oakland's top prospect shortstop franklin was making his major league debut in the third he also goes deep. it's the first time in american league history three teammates hit the first career home run in the same game. another rookie got the victory, daniel struck out five over six innings. the a's went 10-2, they'll try complete a three-game sweep later this afternoon. the field is set for today's toyota save mart 350 in sonoma.
a.j. will start fifth with danica patrick sixth. the poll was one yesterday by elk grove native kyle larson. the series point leader averaged 95.3 miles an hour. jamie mcmurray second. larson did not think he had done that well. >> surprised i saw the team pop up on my dash and happy about that the. this is cool to get a poll on a road course and my home state. this is my closest track to sacramento or elk grove where i grew up. lots and friends and family here. >> and of course, race results later on tonight at 5%. that is sports for sunday morning. i am rick quan. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argan. >> good sunday morning to you, here's live doppler 7, finally bringing temperatures more in line where they should be for this time of year. we're going to go a little bit below average, here's a look at the fog footprint, you can see around the bay this morning and mist and drizzle once again. you may need the wipers, use the low beams and sfo stocked in the
with the clouds. yelled was a pleasant day in the peninsula, low 70s, once again, similar, maybe a few degrees cooler. >> 55 in the city. oakland, good morning to you at 60 degrees. 61 in mountain view and san jose. coming in shy of average yesterday at 78, and right now, gilroy, 57, half-moon bay is at 56, from emeryville looking at a pleasant afternoon. it's going to take time to bring on the sunshine there, 56 in santa rosa with 57 in fairfield and livermore. knew southwest wind gusting to 39 miles an hour by the delta. it'll calm down, but we will see that breeze throughout the day and we're going to see the clouds. stay with us along the shoreline for cloudy day at the beaches. here's a look from the city and looking at that coast and bay fog with the mist and drizzle. so, we'll have that with us just for the next few hours. and then, we're going to see in a sunshine pull back, but right now, we're looking at the cooler continuing into at least tuesday
and then, looking at slightly warmer temperatures, nothing to extreme though. as we look at san jose for the week ahead, this is monday, your forecast. we're looking at a high of around 80 degrees, not there yet, it'll be the average nor time of year and then we dip tuesday. look how nice it's going to be come wednesday, very comfortable, then as we warm up by the end of the week, really nothing too extreme. just what you would expect for the end of july into early july. we'll have that going for us for the next several days into it looks like around the fourth of july holiday. so 7:00 this morning, we've got clouds around, then by 10:00, our entire east bay is sunny, the south bay at sunshine, but fog is holding stubborn around 580 and oakland and by the afternoon, footprint of the low cloud deck from stinson beach, all the way down to the area including of course half-moon bay and quickly it pushes back inland. you're spending time today for the parade in san francisco, 57 degrees at 9:00, and then by
noontime, low 60s, stay there, 3:002349 afternoon with the sea breeze and by 6:00, we'll be in the 50s. highs today around the bay ranging from the low 60s, half-moon bay 70 over in oakland, look for once again about 73 for you, slightly clear and then if you're headed for the giants game, it's not going to be 51. i know it's not going to be 51. 36 today, 64 in the afternoon. and then low clouds and fog once again, keeping it pretty nice tonight for that sleeping weather. download the accuweather app and you'll be up to date on the highs around the bay. the cooler trend, how cool we're going to get, coolest day, tiffany, will be on tuesday, and then a slow recovery, really nice. i think we deserve that. >> yes, we do after last week's heat wave. thank you. well the oakland a's are moving closer to picking one of three options to call their future home. the team could stay in it's current location at the coliseum next to oracle arena, but also under consideration are sites at leiny college and the port of oakland. abc 7 news reporter katie yew
tus looks at what would be beneficial no matter which plays the team picks. >> we're estimating a million person attendance increase. >> reporter: the new economic impact estimates are exciting to a's president. >> and obviously we're pleased with the results. >> reporter: the organization partnered with the bay area council economic substitute. >> the city and team would equate to $3 billion for the city of noekd 2000 construction jobs during the construction period. >> reporter: the a's are looking to win over the community as they work to pick a ball park site out of three proposed locations. >> there's a big movement toward moving stadiums into downtown areas, and then those stadiums have seen higher increases in attendance in the first year because the stadium becomes the attraction. >> reporter: howard terminal would have a great bay view. but getting thousands of people across train tracks would be challenging.
the lake merit site could cause congestion around the college campus. >> there is a wiet variety of, you know, unique characteristic was each location. and so we're weighing those. >> reporter: the current would provide the las a. hurdles when it comes to construction and that's because the large a. land available, you can see the whole stadium is surrounded by parking lot. >> reporter: and at some point you just kind of have to put your stake in the ground and that's the direction that makes the most sense for the community. >> reporter: a second study that is location-specific is now in the works. the a's will announce a site by the end of this year. in oakland, abc 7 news. coming up, celebrate good times, come on. the start of summer means free concerts, find out who's kicking off the
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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. very good morning to you. it is sunday, june 25th, i'm tiffany fwhinls for caroline tyler and we're going to start off with a quick look at the weather. here's lee see argan, lisa. >> tiffany, good morning, see all that fog behind you and me? live doppler 7 where the fog footprint is around the bay from the north bay over to the east bay. even into livermore once again and the south bay. great start for you, we'll take you where the sunshine is above that marine layer almost 2,000 feet. 55 in the city, mountain view in san jose at 61. 5-7 gilroy and the golden gate bridge, it's going to stay gray at coast today. 57 santa rosa, and that breeze is blowing through the a,