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looking for yet. in the event somebody can identify a suspect for, then we know what kind of car they have, then we can look for that car in those videos. >> reporter: gilliland was shot multiple times on his front porch last october. nor can they say for certain whether the 62-year-old attorney was targeted or the victim of a random attack. >> i wasn't just one of the many. >> reporter: brian said he was a mentor to him. >> he was loved not only by his friends and colleagues. he was universe really like. even opposing counsel would talk about how much they liked jim. >> reporter: now friends and family have doubled the reward from $50,000 to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the case. a billboard will soon go up in the coliseum. in el cerrito, laura anthony.
new details on the ghost ship warehouse fire. >> their goal to find new includes to help their lawsuit. >> vic lee is live where the tons of debris was taken. vic. >> reporter: at the end o the small road, that's where you'll find the plaintiff's tone and her crew painstakingly sifting through the rubble. >> we're here with our experts looking for evidence. >> reporter: it's like trying to find a needle in the haystack. this is evidence from the charred debris. debris hauled from the goshen fire. at a second location, a hangar at the airport. the judge ordered them to preserve the remnants for
possible evidence. this is the first time mary alexander and her crew of experts have been authorized to go through the lot and cyst through the debris. what are they looking for? >> for example, we're looking for any electrical wiring. we're looking for cameras. they may have some photos on them. >> reporter: alexander is the lead attorney representing the families of 31 of the 36 people who died in the fire. they're suing the landlord, pge, the city, the manager and his second in command max harris. they've both been charged with multiple counts of involuntary manslaughter. finding new evidence can bolster the case that the cause of the ghost ship fire. >> they thought it was electrical, but they cannot rule out candles or innocence.
>> reporter: they'll work here and then start on the hangar. >> the ghost ship fire is affecting artists this an. dozens are being forced to leave their studios after the city code inspector found their building too dangerous. they have ten days to vacate the panama pottery studio. it's a centuries-old ceramics factory converted to studio space about a decade ago. they found 13 violations of code. the owner is working with the city on safety improvements. >> we're not anything cloeft to the ghost ship. we don't have anyone living here, we don't have parties. >> davis also says the city should give displaced artists more help to move. in the south bay crews continue to battle a fire. flames broke out yesterday & san
jose firefighters say it's currently 75% contained. tiffany wilson has more from the house destroyed by the flames. >> reporter: years of memories now reduced to smoky soaking wet rubble. this house clings to the westside. >> i spoke with the son last night. very unfortunate circumstances but grateful that they were able to get out with nobody being harmed. >> reporter: he lives across the street. fire poured down the hillside behind his home. it stopped just 20 feet away. >> we went back there. it's starting to sink in that we're very, very fortunate that it somehow skipped our house. with the burning in the backyard, i don't know how it skipped. >> reporter: his wife is expecting their baby in a month. >> my mom says we should move back to indiana, but that's my
mom. >> reporter: crews will be back out on the lines today. >> really our objective is to try to have our crews get 100% contain money. >> reporter: the bulk of the fire is in allen park. they also added fuel to this fire. >> there was heavy vegetation that dries out and it create as bigger problem for us. >> reporter: fire investigators are looking into the cause of the fire. so far it's undetermined. in san jose, tiffany wulson for abc news. >> it's sunny and warm. here's how it looks right now from our south beach camera looking at the tiptop of sutra tower just before fog. it's 2 in san francisco.
60 in the bay. 89 at gilroy, 59 at half moon bay. this is the view about to engulf the city from emery view. low 80s many novato. this will be the pattern tonight. we'll see the fog surging out over the bay and locally inland dropping temperatures into the low 50s by early morning but the fog will retreat to the coast by midday and it's going to warm up again tomorrow. 'll have the full accuweather forecast. dan? >> thanks a lot. investigators are looking into what caused a fire. flames gutted at least four vehicles parked outside cardinal kitchen and bath. they stopped the flames from reaching the inside of the building, however. the fire triggered automatic sprinklers as well. no wuj was hurt.
ail mie they were making sure the interfaux didn't reignite. they saw fires. officials also asked residents to shelter in place from the potentially toxic smoke. cell phone video shows an impr improp impromptu. watch as a police car and skateboarder collide. watch again in slow motion. some were outraging saying it looks like the officer sticks his arm out in front of the skater causing him to fall. a police spokesman says it's hard to tell from the video. what they do know is they
collide and the officer was taken to the hospital with a shoulder injury. that i tried to offer aid to the skater but couldn't find him in the crowd. police were called when people complained skatders had taken over the street and cars couldn't get through. it turned into a standoff. police in riot gear say skaters were throwing things at them and yelling at them. one resident nearby heard what was happening but didn't want to go out. >> it was just fascinating. >> reporter: two police cars were damaged with graffiti and a broken window. >> it bothered me that there was another police car that was vandalized that was trashed. like the back window was broken. that to me is not necessary at all. that disturbed me. >> reporter: there was one major injury. a skater almost makes it down the hill and then crashes. witnesses say he was motionless and bleeding. police say he was taken to the
hospital but expected to survive. >> not scared but concerned for the guy that was injured. it was pretty -- it was -- it looked pretty fun but dangerous at the same time. >> reporter: police say the officer who was injured was treated and released from the hospital. he is going to be okay. no arrests were made. in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc7 news. mayor ed lee is channeling nearly $20 million in city money to fund delivery programs for the elderly. the money will give a big boost to charities like meals on wheels, which prepare and deliver almost 2 million meals a year. many are delivered to seniors who live alone and would not be able to stay in their homes without this help. >> this is, i think, at the heart of what we're is up potioned to do as public servants. i'm glad to do it with an organization like meals on wheels who gets to spread happiness all over the city and
do it the right way. >> reporter: besides meals on wheels, they'll do it for other groups. you're looking at the aftermath of a rollover accident in downtown novato. the downtown district tweeted this image. firefighters needed to cut a hole in a vehicle in order to free a woman who was trapped inside. she crashed into the median along redwood boulevard near grant avenue around 10:45 this morning. she suffered mild to moderate injuries. you're looking at two baby squirrels that survived when a tree tumbled. they spotted the tiny rodents. they're now on their way to the lindsey wildlife experience. as for the treeing it narrowly missed the home. we're told the tree broke apart naturally due to one part of it being stronger than the other.
>> i'm glad they got the baby squirrels. next up for the innovation on the way for the south bay transit center. >> they're among the bay area stars who can come away with the awards. they'll make their way down the carpet coming up. also a massive catch for this bay area man. look how big this thing is. >> and 7 on your side michael finney is taking questions on
. all right. in about an hour the 24th espys kicks off in los angeles. >> right now the red carpet is hopping as athletes and star s stream into the theater. larry beil joins us. larry. >> reporter: thank you. it's like the oscars for the sports world. a star-studded event in los angeles. the espy awards. i just moments ago spoke with zaza pachulia with the warriors. steph curry is on his way. so is kevin durant. we're also awaiting the arrival of boxer andre ward, aaron rodgers. donald penn of raiders. the list goes on and on.
cheryl burke and the cast of dancing with the stars are here. a lot of l.a.-based celebrities are streaming in. as you see in this shot, it's starting to get crowded. >> the mvp strolling in. he's known for his fancy wardrobes. he's got what looks like a green warmup suit on. the pants anyway. a little different from his usual wardrobe, his usual attire. there's russ going by as i get in shot here. anyway, the show will begin at 5:00 pacific time. it will be delayed. you won't see it until 8:00 live. it will be live on the east coast at 5:00. coming up later on, andre ward said to be a couple of minutes away. steph curry. hopefully we'll bring them to you at this hour. if not, on abc7 news at 5:00.
back to you. >> thanks a lot. one reminder, you can watch it right here at 8:00 p.m. larry will be back with more and we'll have the local winners on abc7 news at 11. the downtown transit system is testing a new system. the goal is to help people with disabilities, but it could make travel easier for all passengers. abc 7's david louis is live with how it works. hi, david. >> reporter: it's going to help passengers get to the right train on time. even after they finished negotiating, a very confusing mix of platforms and tunnels. many are difficult to maneuver. there are tunnels and ramps and stairs for different trains. imagine having disability
issues. you could miss a bus or a train. >> if you're ten meters away t bus driver might not notice you're wanting to take the bus and they'll run by without stopping. >> reporter: he's part of a team that includes ibm's research scepter and vta trying to address that. they're one year into using a $992,000 national science foundation grant to deploy technology that integrates a passenger smartphone, cloud, and thiseacon to guide people. >> we try to estimate how far away the person is from the boarding area or not and provide a visual cue. >> reporter: that's one benefit. it will alert you when it's time to disembark and let family members or loved ones know if they've strayed from a trip to see the doctor. >> there are ways to see how to employ the technology. >> reporter: as the project
progresses, even this man's 90-year-old mother might feel more confident to take public transit. >> when she takes the bus and she's out, she gets very confused. she says, i'm not sure which bus is the right bus to take to get back home. >> reporter: david louie, abc7 news. next month the price for parks h jump 700%. they currently cost $10. on august 28th, the price increases to $80. the hike will generate more than $37 million annually for the park service. >> all right. you've got to see this. a solano county man may beat the world record for the biggest catfish. look at this thing. shaun moffett said he went fishing in clear lake saturday. near the end of his trip he spent ten minutes reeling in
this giant catfish. weighs nearly 30 pounds. the international game physician association says the current world record is 80 centimeters he submitted his numbers to officially break the record. >> what a fish story. >> you should have seen the one fa go that got away. a bit of a cooling effect. it's still pretty toasty in land. sunny skies just about everywhere except at the coast. that may not last long. it's going be pushing out over the bay and locally inland. this is a view at the golden gate where you can see it's pretty foggy already. we'll see foggy conditions near the coast and bay with the early morning commute. it h be mild and warm and we'll see triple digit heat in our inland areas. right now we're looking at
rairj range at 59. here, it's warm. beach surf hazard is on high alert. there's still the danger of some large breaker sneaker waves facing beaches. we go to our forecast intermission showing the surging fog pushing locally out over the bay. it ooh going to fill in pretty well around the bay and a couple of places inland during the overnight and morning hours but it will quickly pull back by midday and we'll have our midday warmup. overnight into the morning hours, look for lows ranging from lows to mid-50s and the highs to range from 61, 62. upper 80s to low 90s. 91 in the east bay at antioch and 89 at livermore and we have
more warming ahead on friday. hook for upper 80s and close to clearlake and clover dale. on saturday it warms up to triple digits. east bay, concord, fairfield, antioch, check this out. triple digits. antioch, no heat relief on sunday but temperatures will begin to moderate on monday and here's a look at the accuweather forecast. once again we'll have sunny skies for the most part through the entire seven-day period. that warmup looks pretty dramatic to 100 or higher on saturday and sunday. but look at the sharp drop-off on monday. temperatures moderate with inland highs dropping to low 90s, and then we'll have a steady pattern tuesday and wednesday. mid to upper 70s around the bay and low to mid-60s around the coast. if that lasts for a while, that will last. >> thank you, spencer. >> next at 4:00, bay area
quintentin tarantino's next film will explore the manson murders. he's writing a movie based on charles manson and his cult. it may go into production next summer. he was accused of killing actress pregnant sharon tate and others in 1969. tarantino says he plans to retire after two more films. the raiders recent success has catapulted them into the most valuable franchise. the raiders are the 34th in the world with a valuation of $2 billion. that's 50% from last year. the second highest increase among the top 50 creams. the raiders' plan to move to las vegas has affected their move as
well. "shark tank" was in oakland. they're always searching for the next big thing. those looking to land on the show and the national exposure and funding that goes with it had just 90 seconds to pitch their items. everything from apps to women's shoes to knowing where your favorite food truck is parked. >> did you guys kill it in there? >> i believe we did. he's amazing. you know, he brings out the spirit as a team. >> i think it's the hat. >> it's trunger, a of truck and hunger. next up. a warning before letting your child play on a popular backyard toy. how young is too young to play on a trampoline.
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the stories making headlines this morning. the reward increases for information on the shooting death of the jim gilliland killed outside his home. his family and friends increased the reward to $100,000. san jose firefighters are still at the scene of a fire. abc7 news reporter chris nguyen is there live. two baby squirrels survived after a tree fell after splitting in half. the squirrels are now recovering at a wildlife center. donald trump jr. is talk about the meeting with a russian lawyer last summer.
abc's reporter emily wow has the story. >> reporter:'s president trump's nominee for fbi director chris wray speaking about the investigation of the trump campaign's possible collusion with russia. >> if i got a call says the russian governments want to help lindsey graham's being elected, i got dirt on him, would you want me to take that meeting? >> well, sir, i'd think you'd want to consult. >> i think i would have done things a little differently. >> reporter: he released the e-mail chab in which he was told they wanted to help his father's campaign. the acquaintance said russian lawyer had incriminating evidence about hillary clinton and said, obviously, this is high level and sensitive information but it's part of russia and its government support for mr. trump.
don junior responds if it's what you say, i love it. jared kushner was in that meeting. >> we're going to pursue everything we need to pursue. that's up to white house and the security agencies to determine that. >> reporter: the president tweeting his strong support for don junior tuesday morning writing he was open, transpar t transparent, and innocent. h is the greatest witch hunt. sad. hay've noun introduced an article of impeachment against president trump saying he obstructed justice. president trump tweeted it was utterly ridiculous. >> senator dianne feinstein said she will vote yes on president trump's nominee for fbi director. >> we have somebody who
understands the process of justice, who is committed to the process, is committed to the law of the constitution and the people and does not look at himself as a servant of the chief executive. >> senators plan to vote on his nomination before the summer recess. privacy advocates worry about the plan to capture facial scans of all u.s. citizens boarding flights leaving the country. dsh say it's the only way to track foreigners. it requires foreigners to be finger printed before entering the u.s. now government wants to scan people's faces when they leave the u.s. as a way to check if any visitors have overstayed their visas. dozens of major tech companies have held a protest online opposing trump's
proposals to roll back net neutrality rules. google and other technology firms holding fast regarding the changes of net neutrality rules. here in the u.s. they prevent internet service providers from slowing down to be displayed faster. a cause john oliver has been fighting for for years. >> every subculture must join as one. gamers, youtube celebrities, instagram models, tom from myspace if you're all alive. we need everyone, even and i can't believe i say this donald trump's fans. >> it's an internet day saving net neutrality.
president trump' president trump wants to repeal it. others disagree fearing without the rules big companies could pay to create fast lanes with slow lanes in place for all. it allows us to go online and go where we want. it's not a left/right issue. >> reporter: they have until august to have their voices heard before a final vote. a congressman who was shot last month is out of intensive care. steve scalise was shot in the hip. he was released from the icu two weeks ago and readmitted because of the new infection. sources say he remains in serious condition at med star
memorial hospital. a warning to parents, don't let your young children use trampolines. >> reporter: this is 3-year-old colton hill right after breaking his femur bone jumping at an indoor trampoline park. >> no mother, no father ever wanted to see their child the way we had to see colton. >> reporter: mom kaitlyn posted the photo on facebook showing colton in his body cast. his doctor told her that the american academy of pediatrics recommends children under the age of 6 never use a trampoline. >> we were shocked because this indoor trampoline park specifically advertises for young children. >> reporter: colton had his accident at sky zone trampoline park in tampa. they said, quote, our thoughts and prayers are with the child and his family. guest safety is a top priority and we're investigating how this incident might have occurred.
it's not just young children. they estimate more than 100,000 people were treated in hospital emergency rooms for trampoline-related injuries in 2015. it's also aware of a total of 21 deaths between 2009 and 2013. in the last five years, the number of trampoline parks in the u.s. has risen from 35 to over 600. most facilities require you to sign a waver before jumping. as of now there are no federal regulations but the industry has put together a set of voluntary safety standards. >> we do offer education and training to make sure that individuals responsible for maintaining and operating the parks are qualified to do so. >> colton's mom decided to share her son's story and hopes mothers h think twice before letting their children jump. we're getting a first look at what rescuers saw along a
crash in new mexico. police captured what unfolded after a dust form triggered a deadly accident. >> his leg is trapped. >> hi. i'm an emt, okay? >> one of the deputies was at the front of or i think toward the front of where the accident occurred and he said there's two people with no pulse. >> o total of six people died. a dust storm blinded drivers on interstate 10. today we're hearing from the leader of an incredible rescue operation that took place at panama beachover t over the wee. 80 people, looks at this, joined hands to save a family stuck in a rip current. derek and jessica rallied complete strangers to link together, wade into the ocean and rescue the family.
>> all different races and genders and ethnic groups were willing to sacrifice their life to be a part of something to save a life. that's pretty amazing. >> rip currents cause about 100 deaths per year. experts sayyou're caught in one, you should swim parallel inshore. if you try to come in, you fight the tide. >> and get tired. >> yes. >> the biggest night in the sports world is about to get under way. the biggest stars are here at the espy awards. the warriors have a contingent coming in. they're up for team of year. we'll have a red carpet report coming up. i'm michael finney. ask finney is just ahead. i'm taking questions on twitter and facebook. post your question on #michael#l
>> for moms-to-be, pregnancy is not a risk-free proposition and now an updated report says pregnancy-related death rates have not improved if the past decade. they compared pregnancy deaths between 2006 and 2010 to t t t t potentially the same. the good news, deaths related to hemorrhaging and blood pressure all declining since the early 2000. that's more than offset by the cardiovascular disease and other diseases women have before they're pregnant. they suffer chronic medical conditions or obese, it makes pregnancy riskier. you know the message, put your mask on before helping others. make your your pregnancy is as
risk-free as possible. with your medical minute, i'm janay norman. mainly sunny skies right now. but fog is expanding along the coast line. it will push out over the bay. during your 12-hour planner, we'll see sunnier skies. warming up into the low 90s in the spots until the early evening hour. let's look ahead to the weekend warmup from tomorrow into sunday. san mateo will see an increase from 75 to 89 on sunday. a 14 degree warmup. they both warmup 13 degree. that will be the pattern. nice weekend, two-tay temperature spike. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. it really kicks into high gear. over the weekend it hits the highest here. we'll see triple digit readings in the warmest inland spots both saturday and sunday but
temperatures will moderate early next week. >> thank you so much. coming up next at 4:00, a family is looking for a new car this afternoon after an unexpected intruder causes quite a bit of damage. 7 on your side michael finney, i've about the energy conscious whopeople among usle? say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing.
a north carolina family needs a new car after they totaled theirs. there he is riding shotgun. he said the bear tore out churches of his seat, set off airbags and relieved himself h trunk he said it ran loose into the woods. he said that wasn't the last time he saw the bear. >> the really funny authentic is we were leaving the neighborhood a couple of days ago and the bear was down there, so he hasn't left yet. >> oh, man. >> watkins said he's lucky the insurance company will cover the damage. >> it seems mean-spirited to relieve yourself in the trunk. larry is live outside talking ti
people. i just saw steph curry. >> reporter: they're trying to clear everybody off the red carpet because the show is set to start at 5:00. steph curry, the mvp, just strolled through and people wanted pictures with him. it slowed things down. he had a great summer after a disappointing year. he and the warriors and kevin durant are up for honors tonight and i had a chance a few moments ago to talk with steph about the championship and his summer. steph, how's your summer going so far? >> going well. we're four weeks out from game five. it's almost time to get back in the gym and get ready for next year. it's been a good celebration, laying low and recovering from the long year. >> how much different does this summer feel as opposed to last summer? >> 100 times different but you
can't enjoy this year without having gone through, you know, the lows and understanding what that felt like. and i appreciate this feeling and the accomplishments we had as a team and even more because of all the different experiences. definitely excited to be back as champs and i want to keep pushing. >> you guys are up for a team award. kevin is up for a couple of individual awards. his gesture to give back a ton of money to keep the warriors core group together, what did that mean to you? >> he's the ethos of our team, and we understand how powerful the collective is and trying to preserve what we have and being able to build what we have here and the warriors organization. he had an opportunity to directly impact us keeping two guys that are key to our core and he took that opportunity and ran with it. so hopefully we'll hopefully earn it back throughout the course of the season.
>> you've been here before. who do you get excited about seeing from an athlete's perspective? >> all the nonbasketball players because i see them all t i seen lindsey vonn a stuff leak that, outside of the gym and the arena atmosphere, this is what espys is all about. and it's a special deal. >> go have a great night. >> thank you so much. >> i had a chance to talk to aisha curry. she's looking fabulous. i don't know who she was wearing but look for her as well as kevin durant who eluded us. he went out the back way. the espys will begin in a few minutes. you can catch it at 8:00 right here on abc 7. that's a rap for now from the red carpet. larry beil, abc sports. >> thanks, larry. michael finney issancing
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subcommittee reinstated $10 million to a budget. >> that's not at a lot but in california that has the tendency to save dozens of lives. >> reporter: here in earthquake country they call it a near miss and a big save. they effectively saved the early warning quake system here in california, one that president trump wanted to cut from the federal budget. the 10$10.2 million prevent quakes but it could provide research ha could some day give victims seconds to get out of harm's way. the technology already exists. you see this scientist saw it first hand when the devastating tsunami hit japan. >> i said to my colleagues,
we've got o get out of here. >> reporter: the usgs system relies on a series of underground sensors that can broadcast warnings before earthquake waves ariset had trains been running when the napa quake hit, they would have had nine seconds to slow down and save lives. >> it's simply a disservice for our citizens, and i think it's frankly, shameful. >> reporter: question is how % many lives would this early warning system save. the answer is we don't know. there is one certainty. h early warning system does remain a part of your possible future. in san francisco, wade freeman, abc7 news. here's today's prime time lineup. at 8:00 p.m. catch the espys followed by the abc news at 1k.
>> thanks for joining us for abc7 news at 4:00. >> abc7 news at 5:00 starts right now. what we thought was a near miss was apaurnltsly much closer than that. abc7 news talks with around expert exert. >> and video of a skateboarder and plivg colliding. there are a lot of questions of who's at fault. >> a new fight over funding and sanctuary cities. >> the smoke was intense. >> i was in shock. air dan flew directly over us. >> i saw that, guys. >> a lot of us heard that recording from a flight tracking service. it turns out that near miss may have been a lot closer to a disaster than we actually thought. very scary.
>> thank you for joining us. new information from canada's transportation safety board indicates friday night's wayward ear canada plane flew within a hundred feet of others. >> much closer than they thought. >> where this guy going? >> reporter: a pilot at the taxi way sounding the alarm when the flight came close to landing on taxi way c where four other jetting carrying up to 1,000 people was set to take off. he got confused. >> air canada flew directly over us. >> i saw that. >> thanks to the united pilot on the ground and air traffic control the air pilot control was told to abort the landing. >> the transportation