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blets sta lets start with the forecast. >> good morning to you. it is slightly warmer out there. we have clear skies and here is live doppler 7, we do have mainly the low clouds off the coast. and right now temperatures are looking like in, you see all the 50s from oakland, 51 hayward, free month, 45 in answer vsantaa rosa. so 2 to 8 degrees warmer than yesterday at this hour. and look at all the sunday today, we'll be in the 50s right through 7:00. a few 40s in the in-alachbdnd
by 4:00, mid-70s inland, 60s at the coast. looking like a very nice afternoon. but things change significantly tomorrow and we're talking much cooler weather for the beginning ever the wo of the work bike. > we're watching the crisis in syria. rush there is callisia is callie united nations. missiles were in response to a suspected chemical attack last weekend. russia is disputing the effectiveness of the strike claiming most of the missiles were shot down. the u.s. and its allies are not ruling out launching more missiles. >> we are prepared to sustain this responsibility until the syrian regime stops its use of prohibited chemical agents.
>> we agree it was both right and legal to take military action together with our closest allies to alleviate further humanitarian suffering by degrading the syrian regime's chemical weapons capability. and deterring their use. >> syrian president bashar al assad appears to be unfazed tweeting out video of himself walking in to an office in the capital of damascus. we will have a live report on the situation in syria coming up in about 30 minutes. rush is thsia is a staunch bashar al assad and syria. the russian ambassador to the u.s. issued a statement on facebook, it reads in in-ultimate is being tinsuch actions will not be without consequences. here is a look at the flight radar over the middle east. you can see all commercial planes steering well clear of syria. not a single plane is over that country right now. planes in syrian air space were
notified before the strikes. back here in the bay area, lowell lawmakers and syrians are reacting to the strikes. katie marzullo has the story from the south bay. >> i'm always happy to see any action that could undermine the regime's ability to harm more syrians. >> reporter: she is a syrian american from her home in san jose, she said that she hopes the strike was not a one time event and she offered praise for president. >> he said the future lies in the hands of the syrian people. i was very inspired by that. if this strike is going to allow the syrians to come together and decide what future we want for our own country, than be it. >> reporter: and this former jerusalem bureau chief and middle correspondent for the "post" -- >> the question is whether this is part of a broader strategy or more of a symbolic strike, will they be able to get everything
and most critically whether or not this will risk escalating. >> reporter: democratic lawmakers were quick to criticize, some called it unk s unconstitutional. and that president trump needs to come to congress before he makes another move. >> this president for too long has been too reckless to be left alone and unchecked. >> reporter: katie marzullo, abc 7 news. this morning the nation's biggest police force is on high alert. the new york police department says its counterterror officers have been deployed in and around the city. and san francisco police tell abc 7 it is not deploying any additional units at least for the time being, but officials say that they will be prepared to respond as necessary. happening today, we know of at least one protest planned in the bay area over the air strikes in syria. the answer coalition is hold be an event at 5:00 tonight in san
francisco. it is scheduled to start right in the heart of the city at powell and market. according to the group, it will be over by 7:00 p.m. it is not clear if they plan to march down market street. and in oak land, police are investigating a homicide near 880. you can see there is two motorcycles on the ground. it is unclear what connection that they have to the case. police did close down the high street off-ramp. there is no word yet on a suspect description or if any are arrests have been made. police are also on alert in have a kn have where kids have beaeeen playing game that is called immigration. >> school getting a lot of heat because of the name. >> reporter: a large group of
high school stunt students gath. upper class men chaszed the younger students catching anyone they can. here it is called a spanish word for immigration implying for some i.c.e. agents chasing undocumented people. >> to say going after undoi undocumented people, that is offensive. >> reporter: the district sent an e-mail warning of the unsanctioned game. >> my initial reaction was yay, they get out and run and have some fun, it is a game. but then when i heard about it being racist, i wasn't too happy about that. >> i don't mind. because i'm hispanic, too. i don't really mind. >> reporter: elijah's mom didn't mind either. >> i think it is awesome that they do something outside rather than playing video games. >> how did the school district react if they pretend that they are going after jews or kkk going after blacks? i think they would look at it
differently. >> reporter: a rebrand for a game that we're told has been played for decades. >> time for fun. >> reporter: the extra knee sha police department have written citations because there are many young driver chasing after young people running around in all black clothing. mountain view police rele e released body cam video of officers talking to just hours after she shot at youtube. >> you don't want to commit suicide or anything? >> police didn't see anything that would suggest that she had violence plans. and a dispatch log details thousand how it unfolded. it says reporting party asked if she had a visitor's or temp badge and she ignored it and
started shooting at people. moments later aghdam took her own life. this 9-year-old's family gathered to comfort each other and say good-bye at her vigil. she was killed in a hit and run crash tuesday night. three others were hurt including her mother. the suspected driver sur trerend to police yesterday. >> didn't just destroy our lives, but his own life as well. and i know his family suffered. so we'll be praying for him and i forgive him. >> the funeral is scheduled for monday. now to those controversial electric scooters in san francisco. the city's public works department conducted a sweep of scooters blocking traffic. city officials say that the department seized 66 of the
scooters. the city says that the three scooter companies, bird, loo li bike and spin will have to pay $125 per scooter to get them back. seeing them all over the city. so we'll see how it turns out. lisa arresergeanarres serge the conditions. >> 50 across the bay and oakland and san jose. so numbers well above average today. we could be flirting with 80 in the south end of the bay, but boy, big changes tomorrow and we're talking some rain maybe more than a half inch coming your way. the details next. and also ahead, think of it as sin city brought for life. we'll walk you through ed's neighborhood. find out how it honor's the late mayor and teaches kids how to be safe on sidewalks and streets.
former 49er aldon smith is being transferred to an inpatient substance center. he was taken into custody friday. the district attorney's office says the order for smith to stay in custody this rehab has no end date. his next court date is scheduled for may 3. palo alto police are asking for help in finding a man who they say robbed bank yesterday. this is surveillance photo of the suspect dressed like a construction worker. police say he walked into comerica bank at around 5:00 p.m., went up to a teller, lifted his shirt revealing what
appeared to be a hand ghun and demanded money. as the teller went into the bank room for safety, the suspect jumped over the counter and grabbed the money from an open drawer. pedestrians aren't just concerned about distracted drivers, but also about bicyclists, skateboarders and more. kids are always among the most vulnerability and now the city is doing something creative to keep them safe. lyanne melendez has the story. >> reporter: they seem to be coming at you from all sides. cars, buses, bicycles, even electric scooters. navigating your way through the streets of san francisco has become a dangerous proposition especially for kids who walk to and from school. now emergency if there was a way for them to practice how you to stay safe. imagine no more. ed's neighborhood is finally here. named after former mayor ed lee,
it's modeled after one in los angeles, but with san francisco artifa artifacts. the supervisor proposed the nighborhood. >> it is a big uptick in the terms of pedestrian safety understanding. >> reporter: once the board of supervisors voted to fund the $250,000 project, it was up to the department of public works to find the designer and contractor. >> it fits in a 30 foot truck so we can load it and takes about two hours to set up and two hours to take down. >> reporter: the idea is to move ed's neighborhood from one school to another. >> we have a bike line and then a mini platform. >> you have to look left, right and left again. >> if there is a car, it could run you over and need to wait until the light is on the walking man or not you could get seriously injured or hurt. >> reporter: so far this year san francisco unified has had two students who have been hit by a car, the hope now is that
this program will get them to zero. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc accept n 7 news. dramatic scene after a minivan plunged 137 feet down a steep cliff and into the ocean. the 38-year-old man you see clinging to the rocks as the waves crash over him was inside that vehicle driving along highway 1 yesterday morning when it happened. first responders rappelled down the cliff to harness the man and pull him back up. >> hypothermic from being in the water. he was able to extricate himself, he claimed not to have any major injuries. >> chp says the man, a tourist from asia, was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. investigating are investigating the cause of the crash. lewis says doctors believe that he has a disorder of the inner ear and he lost most of
his hearing just before a show a couple months ago. the bands was scheduled to play in august. organizers say replacement will be announced as soon as possible. a stray dog found injured in richmond has a new set ever wheels. contra costa animal services says porsche was hit by a car on march 31. the medical term found porsche's behind legs were paralyzed. she got her own doggy wheelchair and is now mobile and looking for a forever home. we're just a few hours away from the warriors first game in the playoffs as they try to repeat as champions. and fans are a wliselissa harrington has mor. >> reporter: oracle arena is turning gold, with horn 19,000
shirts draped over the chairs ahead of the game. the process takes three hours. but senior director of arena operations says it is all for the fans. >> it is important tour fans i feel this they use this as their uniform, it makes them feel like part of the team. they get loud, they are proud, it really actity vatss them to be ready for the game. >> the postseason shirts include the warriors slogan strength in numbers. we found fans scooping up merchandise at the team's store. and even swag for the grandmother. >> she said get me one of those, so that's what we did it. >> reporter: and a very noticeable postseason addition are these gooiants decals of so ofhe stars like like and mcgee. in this picture, he is 40 feet tall. the team has been plaaeeen plag injuries this season. steph curry is expected to sit out during the first round.
fans are confident that the dubs will go all the way. >> warriors under pressure, they always do their best and usually win the game, you know, so it is exciting. >> reporter: alyssa harrington, abc 7 news. game a one against the spurs is right here on abc 7. coverage begins at 11:30, tipoff at noon. and then keep it here for after the game with all the highlights and live postgame interviews from oracle arena. saturday morning waking up to clear conditions. we have fog off the coast and it will be a beautiful day today with temperatures right now not too hard to take. lowest numbers are coast with low 40s here, 45 in santa rosa, plenty of 50s out toward concord and free momontfremont. emeryville, a cool start. warming trend continues today. today the warmest day we'll see
for a while. and then a spring storm arrives tomorrow. it will linger into monday and cold air is coming in tomorrow night into monday that could allow you some thunderstorms and snow levels to drop locally. we'll have significant snow in the mountains and it will be chilly and breezy. so we bring in our storm impact scale for tomorrow night into monday, anywhere from quarter of an inch to a half inch of rain with wha chance of thunderstorm. that cold environment allowing for the low snow levels. so 9:00 tomorrow, we're cloudy and here comes the cold front, 2:00, rain in the north psh cold air moves in. see monday morning, brain showers falling in the unstable environment and through the afternoon, rain continue, cold
air is in place and we could see pretty dynamic day out there in terms of rainfall, this is looking more significant. anywhere from about a half inch in san francisco, but lesser amounts down in the south bay. but still for an april system, not only is the rainfall impressive, but in the mountains there will be chain controls, probably a winter weather advisory or warning because we're talking over a foot. so enjoy the day today. and if you are headed into the missions, the parade looks nice. 60, a beautiful day. by 3:00 in the mid-60s. and then temperatures dropping not until 6:00. highs today around the bay, check it out in the mid-70s in the south bay. low 70s for santa rosa. still breezy, winds at the coast. 75 in concord. oakland, about 67. and right along the coast, 62 degrees. accuweather 7 day forecast
showing the warmest day today, beautiful out there. and then a one on the storm impact scale tomorrow. wet, cold and breezy on monday, a break on tuesday. looking dry wet and thursday, but certainly cooler. download our accuweather app to keep up-to-date. it looks like part of the commute will be impacted monday, so check back with us. but what a day today 24though. >> yeah, lisa thanks. just ahead, one 13-year-old has musical talent and he really loves his school. the anthem he
new cast of "dancing with the stars" is set and it is made up of aull >> reporter: in 2017, football star rashad jennings was the winner of dancing with the stars on oig. the year before that, lori hernandez. now 10 more famous names are stepping on to the dance floor and they have to learn fast. >> four weeks, that is all it is. >> everybody has to bring it quickly. >> reporter: all continue ten o pros definitely know how to bring it. >> an athlete mindset dream this, they go to bed thinking about this where, yeah, practice is a couple hours, but we're thinking about it in addition to that. so it will be competitive. >> they make it look so easy,
but they are not. >> alan has to keep telling me follow my lead. so i feel like it is an even playing field and we're all competitive, all athletes, so we know how to put in hours of work and after that, we're going rehearsals. >> reporter: and adam rippon wants to put on an ice skaters have an edge. >> yes, we perform. i got biscuits attached to my ankles. i'm walking around flop, flop. >> cha-cha-cha. >> yeah, it is a mess down there. >> reporter: the most obvious challenge belongs to basketball legend and former laker kareem he 7'2", she's 5'6". >> it will be a challenge, but
she's a pro and we've already had one practice. it won't be a big issue i don't think. >> we'll make it work. >> reporter: rounding out the cast, jamie anderson and johnny damon and also josh norman. we'll see it all kickoff on april 30th. in los angeles, abc 7 news. time is 5:26. what thanes when musical talent merges with school pride? at san francisco's willie brown middle school, it mean as new school song. ♪ >> the eighth grader thought it should have a new school anthem,
so he sat down and wrote one. >> i started rapping stuff and everybody was liking it, so i just kept doing it. and when it was like you should take to the next level, i thought i could make a legacy. and so even when i leave the school, the song will still be playing. >> and it will be came chured in a music video that jayden and fellow student the filmed. still to come, a lot of bay area houses have a 7 figure price tag which means buyers need a six figure down payments. coming up, a look at how the state may make it easier to save up. and digging into the back
we're starting a quick look at the weather. lisa argen has good news. >> that's right, ghchl. good morning. if you like it sunny and warm, today is the day. temperature in the 50s in the city. 44 at gilroy, 41 in half moon bay. and from our roof camera, it looks pretty nice. no fog to speak of, 45 santa rosa, 46 livermore. by 10:00, we're in the 60s. a nice start to the day. 2:00 in the afternoon, low 70s in concord, 62 but breezy downtown. look what happens by 7:00, we're dropping through the 50s, but then the clouds continue to increase and that will keep us milder overnight tonight. but, boy, temperatures l. be h pressed to make it into the 60s on monday. so several days of some rain and cooler weather. i'll tell you about it in a few minutes. now to the first interview
with james comey. comey sits down with george stephanopoulos. and maggie rulli has the latest. >> reporter: fired fbi director james comey is holding very little back. >> honestly never thought these words would come out of my mouth, but i don't know whether the current president of the united states with prostitutes peeinging on each other in moscow. all right a >> reporter: comey offers a glask sdripgtsz of his first meeting with then president-elect donald trump on january 6, 2017. first briefing trump mike pence and other key members of how the russians interfered with the election. >> and then the conversation to my surprise moved in to a pr conversation about how the trump team would position this and what they could say about in. no one to my recollection asked so what is coming next from the russians? >> reporter: and then comey says he met with trump alone wanting
to inform him about salacious details in the now infamous michael steele dossier, including allegations that he was filmed with prostitutes in moscow in 2013. >> he enter represented very defensively and about do i look like a guy who needs hookers. and he says he may want me to investigate to prove that it didn't happen because he said if there is even a 1% chance my wife thinks that is true, that is terrible. and i remember thinking how could your wife think there is a 1% chance you were with prostitutes peeing on each other? >> reporter: the president requestic to hit back saying virtually everyone in washington thought he should be fired. the president continued on to say it was my great honest or t fire james comey. >> all that and more in the
first television interview right here on on abc 7. you can watch it tomorrow night at 10:00 followed by abc 7 news at 11:00. major developments in the case of michael cohen. president trump's personal attorney. special counsel robert mueller reportedly has evidence that cohen secretly made a trip to prague during the campaign. and that lends credence to a spy's report that he went there to strategize with a russian official to help mr. trump win the presidential election. cohen denied he had ever been in practicing or colluded with the russians. but lawyers were seen leaving court after asking the judge to keep prosecutors from accessing documents including audiotapes seized by the soofbi. president trump pardoned scooter libby, a former top ehire adrianza to dick cheney. he was convicted in 2007 of
perjury, obstruction of justice and making false statements. >> the justice department is putting pressure on oakland. in a letter septemb eter sent t the attorney general says the justice department will ncritic for warning impending i.c.e. raids. the statement reads we will continue to focus our resources on fighting crime rather than tearing apart oakland families and making our city less safe. california is taking steps to ensure the 2020 census reflects an accurate count of the state's population. governor brown is skraetingcrea committee to come up where ideas. this is after the ferg detailed
plans to add a citizenship question to the survey. they worry it will dis people from taking part in the count. and now to syria. the united states and its am lies launched allies launchted a missile strike and russia is calling for an emergency meeting. for the latest, we go to molly hunter. >> reporter: that's right, eeg done it in a very specific and very limited way. overnight president trump finally launching air strikes targeting the syrian >> ied e order the united stat armed forces to launch precision strikes associated with the chemicals weapons capabilities of dictator bashar al assad.
wr >> reporter: the u.s. used double the number of weapons compared to last year's strike, hitting three different facilities. the syrian government responding shooting anti-aircraft missiles. theresa may making the announcement hours late person. >>er. >> these are about deterring the use of chemical weapons. >> reporter: this was in response to the horrific videos that showed women and children frothing at the mouth struggling to breathe. >> these are crimes of a monster. >> reporter: but bashar al assad tweeting video of position walkiwal himself walking into the officer with a caption good morning
resilience. and we are not scared he says. but last night's strike a oneoff according to u.s. secretary of defense james mattis, but he left the door open nor. vladimir putin is calling for a u.n. security council emergency meeting. and state lawmakers have introduced a bill they say will give hope to first time home buyers as home prices continue to soar. und under the proposal, first time ho home buyers would receive a tax deduction for money deposited into an account that could be used for a down payment. >> by creating a vehicle where it can grcan grow and appreciat think that will make it easier for them to be able to save
enough. >> the measure passed the assembly housing committee with bipartisan support. the california building industry association also backs the bril saying it will help home construction jobs. still ahead, the college football championship is coming to south bay. and why it could be the biggest things in years. and we're taking a live look outside from our abc 7 roof camera, you can see a very quiet embarcadero. lisa argen
time is 5:40. here is a look outside at pier 15 pointed at the financial district. lisa argen is tracking a very police achbleasant forecast. she'll have the details coming up. but first, happening today, if you like to experiment around the house and love diy projects, you might want to check out tinker fest. this is the second year for the event. as the name implies, tinkering is enencouraged. the highlight might be the take away zone where you can learn how something works by taking it apart and for kids, there will be a car. doors open at 10:00 a.m. and also today, san francisco will celebrate the life and work of cesar chavez. he was a labor and civil rights worker. a parade and festival are planned for this morning. the parade is scheduled to start
at 11:00 a.m. at deloorro at deo de-loris park. and this is the last weekend for many ski resorts. squaw valley and alpine meadows will stay open until april 28. kirkwood has already closed for the season. lisa, it went by so fast. >> it was a weird season. and it ended up with 50% of normal. and we have more in the end of the season. in fact about another foot of snow on the way for the mountains. yeah, didn't make sense. right now it is 50 in emeryville. and 46 in danville. so we'll ride the wild ride again with warmth and rain headed our way all within 48 hours.
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last night giants tried to go up 2-0 against the padres. here is larry beil with the highlights in the sports report. >> good morning. giants in first time pitchers named ty ever started against each other in all of bhull baseball histor. celebrating orange friday. padres could not do anything early. and tyson ross struck out five, hunter pence swing and a miss. in the fifth, ross helping his own cause with a bases loaded single. to the sixth, a 2-0 game. renf renfro, a fly to right.
he has to go backwards. it is over his head and a standup double. and the next batter a bloop to right and renfro scores. 3-0. padres take it by a sko core of 5-1. a ths, he's reading a book wh. what are you doing a game? a two run blast, 2-0 as.ths, he. what are you doing a game? a two run blast, 2-0 as., he's . what are you doing a game? a two run blast, 2-0 as. and why do you goer up wityou g beer to catch it? and in the 7th, a three run bomb and mariners would add on the
final 7-4 seattle. and it is the warriors minus steph curry and spurs minus came would i leonard. unclear if he leonard will ever play for san antonio again. but curry was back at practice yesterday. did some shooting drills. he will be reevaluated today. and seeing him out there is reason for optimism. >> good to see him moving around. you know, not close to playing. >> well that is kind of a buzz kill there. but the warriors may not need steph in round one. again, we'll have it here at noon. see you then. have a great weekend.
>> good morning, everyone. starting out with warmer conditions than yesterday. anywhere from 2 to 8 degrees warmer. and as we look outside, nice and dark, buts sun is co the sun is and we'll certainly have a brighter day out there. temperatures as much as 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. and that will bring us to above average readings. so looks like a pretty nice day if you like it warm and sunny. but certainly colder than average conditions tomorrow into monday. so another vantage point heerks temperatures in the 40s and fift50s. 52 in oakland. yesterday we were in the 70s. today perhaps upper 70s.
we'll see the rain push through the south bay by the evening hours and then we'll have cooler air pushing there. and we could have snow in the mountains and then thunderstorms possibly on monday. highs struggling to make to near 60. so much cooler weather sunday, monday and then another system that will bring it cooler. so warm and springlike is today. snow in the sierra. sorry about the graphics. we'll have it for you next time. >> but overall, this is such a nice day to just head out, enjoy the sunshine before the rain comes in possibly on sunday. >> turn off the sprinklers again.
won't need them. >> all right. thank you. and early next year, the south bay will play host to the 2019 college football playoff national championship. earlier it week orpg east un ora unveiled their plans. in downtown is san jose, plans e revealed. >> the infrastructure is here, people power is here. destination part of it is here. and this area has everything we need. >> preparations are under way as the south bay gets ready to host the 2019 cfp dlachl i don't know sh championship, expect to draw more than 100,000 visitorses. >> this is as much a bucket list event as anything else. to experience it is amazing. >> aside from the game itself,
officials are planning to host multiple events downtown including a free out door music festival and an interactive fan zone. businesses like original jo's think it will be even busier than super bowl 50. >> a lot of things are happening and exciting for us. >> and also the 49ers are teaming up with extra yard for teachers about tone support bay area educators including the santa clara teacher awarded $10,000 grachbts $10,000 grant. >> i'm excited to share is it because they are amazing teachers. all of us being recognized is everything. >> the national championship will be televised on espn on january 7, 2019. next thousands of people
welcome back. here are the numbers from the winning $55 million mega millions drawing. 8, 9, 32, 42, 59, mega, mega, ma 10. nobody picks all the numbers. and bruce max kewell has reached a plea agreement, he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and will be sentenced on june 4. he will be required to complete probation and community service. he said accepting responsibility is the first step in working to make amends for my lapse in judgment. i'm sorry for the pain my actions have caused a while they are not represent i have it of
w who i am i, understand i have to earn will baback the trust. and abc 7 was in emeryville where the toys "r" us has closed. the company filed for bankruptcy in the fall and last month announced that it would shut or sell all of its u.s. stores. mj entertainment has offered to buy the remaining locations in the united states. his vision is to turn the stores in to entertainment hot spots. toys "r" us declined to comment. a baby hawk born this week just got a new sibling. the second chick happened yesterday. you can see mom feeding her 3 day old chick while the other one breaks out of the egg. you can see it
there a link at abc7news.com. and the cherry blossom festival is returning to san francisco. there are two weekends of activities. everything is in japan town and it focuses on japanese culture and art. it runs from 11:00 to 7:00. and it will wrap up next sunday with the grandpa parade. and next on abc 7 mornings, syria under attack. the u.s. led air strikes launched by president trump. plus police out in force. monitoring local
conditions where you live. >> good morning to you. and it is certainly a nice day out there. having some graphic problems with the pretty picture up there, but you can take my word for it, starting out clear, temperatures in the mid-40s, but warming up today, warmest day of the week, looking forward to it. temperatures 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. so look being for mid-60s in the san francisco, 75 in san jose. low to mid-70s in east bay valleys. a sunny day all day, but don't get used to it, clouds increase, brain on the way for sunday. colder air sunday nice. the pent gone agon is about give us an