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dub domination. we have team coverage from the oracle after a game two win. >> the warriors beat the cavs in game two tp steph curry set an nba finals record. chef curry was cooking. >> fans were red hot with their dance moves, too. i'm dion lim outside oracle with the celebration. a bay area flight getting serious. why almost half of bay area residents say they plan to leave the area. she was the first female sheriff in the state now she faces allegations of sexual harassment. abc 7 news starts right now.
>> shotdown. puts it up, launches it up, oh, he knocks it down. >> nothing but net. a red hot steph curry shooting his way into history and tonight dub nation is celebrating a big game 2 victory. good evening i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim live outside oracle arena after the warriors' big game two win. the big star of the night has to be steph curry. he made some history, in fact. so let's get to abc anchor,mindy back. let's talk about the epic fourth kwu quarter. >> it was unbelievable but started in the first when they got the game started with back-to-back dunks. and then the warriors made sure they never trailed the
cavaliers. steph curry hit 9 three pointers, not easy shots. look how ridiculous this is to beat the clock. it was absolutely crazy to watch him. this is vintage curry, this is what he does. he also got a corner three, while getting fouled, he finished with 33 points, 7 rebounds, 8 assists. larry beil now on how everyone had a hand in the 122-103. >> my sources say there's a sign inside the coach's room that reads roughly when we don't do dumb things we can be really, really good. tonight they shot 57% from the floor, only turned it over 12 times, when they play like that they're almost unbeatable. the question as they head to cleveland for game three on wednesday is do they let up off the gas a little bit, sometimes the team has some let downs. do they go for the jugular, that
was the question that came up numerous times in the post game interviews. teams in the nba finals that go up two games to none, win the series 88% of the time. things are looking good but you know lebron will not go quietly in cleveland. at oracle arena, larry beil. abc 7 sports. >> the win was not as easy as it looked. the exhaustion that comes with an nba finals is starting to set in and the warriors know game 3 will be harder on cleveland's home spocourt with lebron tryino make a statement. >> we know draymond expended a lot of energy defending lebron tonight. let's get back to oracle, what a night for fans. >> this was the kind of game warriors fans dream about. unlike game one where fans were
on pins and needles to the last second of the overtime game, today they came in confident and left thrilled. look at the sea and blue and gold. and the party was louder and to me more festive than game one on thursday. dubs fans were confident after taking game one but they knew after being ahead the entire game they had this game in the bag. >> love it. game two, this is how we gonna do it. we punched them in the mouth, we ready go to cleveland. >> we gonna sweep the whole series. go warriors. >> go warriors! >> back-to-back! back-to-back we're going to take it. >> that certainly is the sentiment shared by so many fans. something nice to see is how young and old showed off their best dance moves, celebrated together tonight, the crowd was well behaved and really wanted
to enjoy game two and that win. a reminder that game three of the warriors versus cavaliers is wednesday in cleveland. our coverage starts at 5:00 brought to you by comcast business. nba count down takes over at 5:30 and tip off at 6:00. jimmy kimmel life at 10:00 and a special edition of abc 7 news at 10:30. for the fans that can't make it to cleveland for game three, the warriors are hosting a viewer party here at oracle arena, the tickets go on sale at noon, a portion of sales go to charity. we want to give many thanks to all of the abc 7 viewers who shared their warriors pride photos with us. use the # dubs on 7 to help us
find your photos and you just might see them on tv or at our website abc7news.com. that's all for me here outside of oracle. we have more on the warriors throughout the news cost. m mindy will have the highlights. and a special story by cornell berna bernard. maybe you remember this, we first met this 4-year-old last year and now little miles is older, wiser and a bigger dubs fan than ever. his story a little later. i want to tell everybody i'm heading to cleveland for games three and four, so follow me on facebook and twitter. for now reporting live out oracle arena, we'll send it back to you in the studio.
>> we didn't see you bust a move out there with the fans tonight. >> maybe you can finds it on my facebook page. a new poll shows that half bay area residents think the region is going in the wrong direction so much that many are thinking of leaving the bay area in the next few years. lilian kim has the story. >> not even the beauty of the bay area is not enough for people to want to stay. 47% say they plan to leave in the next few years. high cost of housing is the reason. >> you kill yourself to pay for eqteut for s , nout>>he cue d't especially if we don't have jobs that pay an arm and a leg. >> reporter: in addition to high cost of housing, voters cited traffic and homelessness as reasons for leaving.
popular places involve texas, arizona, nevada, and oregon. the advocacy legislation is hoped that expanding the housing supply will help, as well as measure three. >> we're seeing good high paying jobs, which is greatle news, but the high housing costs and traffic made it difficult for people with lower and middle incomes to stay here. >> we're making it work for now, but it's hard. a lot of people, many of my daughters' friends and their frie parents have left. >> reporter: the harsh reality of living in the bay area. two expert climbs fell off el capitan this weekend a died. the third serious accident in owe semitee this month. >> reporter: tim cline and jason
wells fell 1,000 feet to their death this morning. >> they were on one of the easiest parts of the route and something weird happened. >> reporter: jason roberts spoke to us. he climbed it a few years ago with them, but this time they were climbing with kevin prince. >> he disconnected with kevin's rope and left it on a piece of gear. we don't know what. when they fell they were not connected to kevin's system and he was unaware of what had happened. >> hans has scaled it morehan16 20 feet down the cliff and broke both his legs. almost 100 accidents occur each year, but the deaths are rare. he's worried the accidents will scare people off climbing. >> i understand what it looks
lie to people out there, two people died and i'm here with broken legs and i'm one of the most experienced people on elcap tan. i can say this is my first broken bones in 35 years. >> cline's wife told our sister station that she believes a gear bag fell from above and caused the accident. still ahead, she broke barriers as the first female sheriff in the tonight, tonight she faces accusations of past sexual harassment. we have the investigation you'll see only on abc 7 news. then later, bitten and air lifted, a teenager recovering after an incident at a campsite. we're wrapping up a
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it's been 20 years should she be held accountable today? >> absolutely. >> why? >> because it was wrong. >> these accusations of sexual harassment are false? >> absolutely. >> she broke barriers as the first female sheriff in the safe now santa clara laurie smith faces accusations of past sexual harassment. we have the report on abc 7 news. >> reporter: laurie smith has had a long career. and tonight three men are here claiming she abused her position of power. this retirement letter delivered in april begins dear sheriff smith, it was sent by a 30-year
correctional officer who asked not to be identified. he wrote, you will recall how on multiple occasions you sexually harassed me. i spoke with his attorney, josh boxer, from his manhattan beach office. >> he experienced sexual harassment from sheriff smith and remained largely silent fearing retaliation. >> it's now part of an investigation at the equal opportunity department. the officer said smith was his supervisor at main jail when she first propositioned him and she touched herself in a way that made him uncomfortable. another time he said she handled a police baton and she propositioned him in a trailer while they worked the 1994 world cub. through a statement, sheriff smith said these false narratives are nothing more than an attack on the integrity of
the sheriff's department and my reputation. >> so i found her. would you talk to me please? i asked about the officer's complaints. >> not true. can you excuse me for a moment. i'll be happy to talk to you. >> reporter: the officer has filed a lawsuit against the sheriff's office claiming age and disability discrimination. in court papers the county denies each and every allegation. boxer tells me the sexual harassment claims against the sheriff are part of the case and he's trying to depose laurie smith in the next 30 to 60 days over the county's objections. >> our case continues to grows and it's bolstered by the individuals who are coming forward with stories of harassment. >> gary brady is one of those individuals. >> she undressed and she got on top of me and she wanted me to do things i'm embarrassed to
talk about now. >> 1991, brady was an under cover officer, when he attended a conference with laurie smith and other personnel. they claimed this photo of smith at the convention, she was 40 years old, second in command. he tells me after a night of drir drinking they had an encounter in a vehicle like this, even though they were both married. brady said he cut it short. >> what did you tell her? >> i said it's time to go. >> it's absolutely false. >> so the event with gary brady in that county vehicle did not happen. >> did not. >> at the convention. >> did not. >> after brady said smith retaliated taking him off an assignment and he confronted her about the move. >> i remember her vein on the left side standing up. she told me, i females in this department get
the good jobs. >> brady filed a gender discrimination grievance but it was denied saying the sheriff's department acted fairly and responsib responsibly. then he filed an sexual harassment allegation and they denied that saying witness testimony and documentation did not substantiate the allegations. he said they did not take the complaints seriously. >> he said we didn't talk to your witnesses, we talked to a few of them but maybe she liked you. >> we have contacted several former and current sheriff's personnel who say therm hearing the two officers' accounts aroundided in us what had happened. he was visibly shaken. >> ed has his own story. he told me lawyurie smith was fr
ranks above him when she came onto him. >> she had her uniform shirt unbuttoned to the third button, not wearing a tee shirt and a bra and exposing herself to me. he said twice that day he turned down her invitation for drinks. four years later he got injured on the job. after two years out on disability, he said he met with then assistant sheriff laurie smith. >> i was pleading with her to get my job back. she said you should have been nicer to me at elmwood. >> reporter: sheriff smith also denies that account. and will provide documents from their personnel files. >> i'm asking about your questions. >> it's not true. >> are you denying -- >> it's all false. absolutely false. >> the officers did agree to
sign waivers but the sheriff and her staff have not provided anything from the personnel files that would call into questions their credibility. they said they have no plans to sue and are not out for money but wanted their stories heard before this week's election. >> dan, thank you very much. accuweather, it's a mild evening for many of us right now but tomorrow in the afternoon you'll feel cooler air move in. live doppler 7 showing you it's a train quill picture. a few patchy clouds passing through from time to time. but we are dry. live look right now from your camera atop pier 15. not a cloud to be scene. plenty of stars over san francisco. a wide range, cool, 507 half moon bay, you move inland, antioch holding at 80 degrees.
57 in oakland and same in napa. here's the call from accuweather the next 12 hours, mainly clear skies. most of us hold in the 50s overnight. a few spots in the north bay that drop into the upper 40s for our starting temperatures on monday. high pressure, this is the muscle maker of our forecast the past two days, brought the heat and sunshine. that's moving off to the east. behind it look off to the north. there's a cold front that will sink south the next 24 hours. will usher in the cooler air but kick up the winds. tomorrow morning not at all breezy but we expect into the afternoon and evening the winds gusting about 15 to 30 miles an hour and the wind coming off the ocean water brings in the cooler air. not as hot tomorrow, 79 in san jose, 78 for santa clara.
73 mount view. downtown san francisco we're out of the 70s back into the 60s. 79 the high in ped lieu ma tomorrow. 83 sonoma. sauce lee a a cool 67 degrees. oakland, high of 70. in fremont 68. inland we're out of the 90s and backing into the 80s tomorrow. so the accuweather 7 day forecast. tomorrow a cooler day, the trend continues tuesday, so does that wind. by wednesday could track some morning drizzle, clouds and sun on thursday, and warming up friday to saturday but nowhere near the warmth
from alcatraz started with a swim and then biking and running. the tired runners crossed the finish line. in this finish line, ben anootat won for the second straight year. ifmindy hasn't had to work that tough basketball game she would have been there. >> no. too much cold water. when you see what the warriors did tonight, oh, my gosh, they took a two-game lead over the cavaliers. some of the s
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> this is the game warriors fans and the warriors themselves have been waiting for. get off to a quick lead and never look back. klay thomson was a game-time decision. he was good to go. what bum ankle. he had three threes. 20 points for klay. lebron james had a mere 20 points. look at the spin move and the foul. steph curry gets the rebound and in transition he takes it the other way and hits it from deep like only curry can. warriors led by 13 at the half. in the fourth quarter it was all curry, he had five anamheea this script before. with the shot clock winding down, curry off balance -- only he can do this. are you kidding me? this is just ridiculous. curry finished with 33 points
and set a record nine threes. they take a series lead into cleveland, 122-103 the final. >> i wasn't like waking up going let's get nine threes and set the record. it's about playing the game the right way, having good intentions on the court. pretty special night and hopefully special things happen to get two more wins. >> we had an opportunity to go home, and played some good basketball on our home floor. that shouldn't give us any comfort. we should be as uncomfortable in the series. >> we've stayed at the cleveland ritz karlton four times. so we know what we're heading into. it's going to be a tough couple games. >> he gets the ritz carlton, i get the marriott airport. still more warriors coverage to
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live where you live, this is abc 7 news. good evening i'm eric thomas and tonight's headlines 46% of bay area residents are thinking of leaving the region in the next few years according to a new poll. the main reasons are the high an homelessness.tff popular destinations include texas, arizona, nevada and
oregon. a leaked memo from president trump's legal team to robert mueller indicates the president has the right to pardon himself and cannot be guilty of obstr t obstructing justice because of his role. 25 are dead tonight after a volcano in guatemala erupted. there's concern the number of dead could rise. heavy ash has blanketed villages. a teenager in the east bay is recovering from what appears to be a snakebite. leslie brinkley has the ep a birthdawas being celebrated at this camp site at the live oak campground saturday night on the slopes of mt. diablo. other campers say they saw a tent pitched and eight people enjoying the warm evening. a few took a hike in adjacent
rock city. at sunset, there were sirens. here and then suddenly we saw all these helicopters flying around and then we saw quite a few ambulances and fire trucks and some police cars coming here. >> reporter: park superintendent ryan goran confirmed by phone a 13-year-old girl was bit by a snake as she hiked with friends near sunset. he said she put her hand on some rocks, a snake emerged from the rocks and bit her. her hand started swelling. emergency responders treated it as a rattlesnake bite and called for her to be life flighted to john muir medical center for treatment. she is still hospitalized there and recovering now. >> that is really sad. it's shocking. yeah, that's sad. >> reporter: does it make you think differently about camping here with your family? >> absolutely not. it comes with nature and we have to be careful. >> reporter: rangers say they've seen more rattlesnakes out and about than usual. they recently had to relocate a few that were found at trails
and campsites. other rattlers showed up on a front porch in benicia last week. and bit a hiker on mount tap last month. best advice, watch where you put your feet and hands while hiking and stay on the trails. on mt. diablo, i'm leslie brinkley, abc7 news. sky 7 flew above san jose after a man was shot at a smoke shop it happened just before 4:30 this afternoon. the victim is expected to survive. no one has been arrested. also in san jose, sky 7 captured this video of a fire. people saw the smoke for miles. firefighters contained the flames to a small area. regional measure three is just one of many on the ballots. if it passes tolls will go up on bay area bridges. there's a governor's race and several local propositions to be decided. if you need a guide look at our
website, abc7news.com. starting tomorrow you may see cleaning crews board bart trains during your commute. they started response teams after mess like this. cleaners will stand by, they'll focus on bio hazards and large messes. bart's website will also let you report bio hazards. a bitter day for marjory stoneman douglas high school. they held their graduation ceremony but absent, four of their classmates. >> gup of ud e ng "shine" which was 4tg that 7 peop some of the parents of those who died accepted the diploma on their child's behalf, then came a surprise. comedian jimmy fallon showed up and gave a speech providing a
little humor while encouraging the students to keep moving forward. >> today you're graduating from high school. you should feel incredibly proud of yourselves. that doesn't mean you should rest on your laurels or your yannies. [ laughter ] >> the seniors wore a special sash that read msd strong as a tribute to those who lost their lives. is san diego police officer is expected to recover after he shot himself by accident while chasing a suspect who appeared to be armed. the marathon stopped by police searched for a suspect. another officer fired at the suspect and missed her inside the parking garage. they're trying to find out if she's linked to the kidnapping of a man. the summer around the corner, a mother has a warning about sun screen, she said it did more harm than good and led
to a trip to the hospital. >> reporter: this iowa's mother warning after sun screen that was supposed to protect her toddler landed him in the emergency room. >> he was completely inflamed. his eyes were swollen he had blisters all over his face. >> reporter: she said the doctor told her 1 1/2-year-old grayson suffered a severe allergic reaction to air sol sun screen. >> his hands were like catchers' mitts. >> reporter: she said she used the sun screen who are older kids with no problem. experts say allergic reactions are rare but can be dangerous or painful. >> if you're dealing with a toddler with sensitive skin to begin with, it's good to look for the mineral only sun screens. >> reporter: wear protective clothing while in the sun and do a patch test. >> you can apply a small amount
of sun screen on one area of your child's skin. say one area on their arm or an area on their neck, and see if they react. if they're not reacting, then the next day you can feel more comfortable using that sun screen from head to toe. >> reporter: doctors say it's also important to look for the words broad spectrum so you're covered against uva and uvb rays, both can cause skin cancer. still ahead on oabc 7 news 11:00, he may be small but he's one of the biggest dubs fans. we first met him last year but now he's a older, wiser, and a
i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment. in the streets and in the capitol, i'll stand with them. jeff bleich. democrat for lieutenant governor.
cornell bernard just checked in with miles to find out he's older and wiser and a bigger dubs fan than ever. >> reporter: 4-year-old miles is still bringing the dub nation energy and shooting hoops every waking moment. we first met him last year during the finals when he showed off his moves, never missing a shot. back then he made it clear who his favorite player was. in 2018 miles still loves curry. mom says that number 30 jersey still rarery comes off. >> wears it night and day, whenever it's clean. >> he wears it winter, spring, summer and fall. except on halloween, dressed like an elephant but still shooting hoops. >> what do you stay, steph curry never. >> gives up. >> he's been loving baseball for the last four nba finals shooting hoops from the time he
was just 18 months old. >> nice shot. most of the time you can find miles right here in his living room doing a shoot around. he's created this to mimic oracle arena. he's done a pretty good job, right? >> reporter: he also sunk this three-pointer, cup into the sink. as for the cleveland cavs? >> they're boring. >> what do you think of lebron james? >> he's boring, too. >> reporter: let the trash talking begin. go miles and go dubs. in san francisco cornell bern d bernard, abc 7 news. >> so many things i don't know if boring is one of them. you go, miles. let's check in with drew tuma for the forecast. >> we went from hot today to not so hot the next couple days. coler air rushes in. overnight, a lot of 50s on the board. a couple cool spots in the upper
40s. milder spots holding at 60. on your monday, a couple clouds early on, but the big takeaway, not as hot and it will get breezy in the afternoon. so highs on your monday not nearly as warm today as today. 66 in san francisco, 70 the high in oakland. 84 in concord. the seven day forecast, cooler tomorrow, that trend continues to tuesday as well. morning drizzle in the week. and then we warm up by the end of the week. sunshine and temperatures up. it was hot in the oracle. >> steph curry was the big headline. but it was the warriors' big men that made the difference.
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abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> ja mel mcgee brought energy and solid defense on lebron james in game 1, enough that earned him a start in game 2. mcgee started the game with two huge dunks on the way for a six for six night he also had a block and two rebounds. david west on the court for ten minutes put up three blocks and three points. and the first three pointer he's made since game three of the western conference final last year. >> i like that we defended together, offensively played together, kept the turnovers down. i feel like our defense was pretty good today. i feel like if we keep pushing we'll do big things.
>> it's part of being professional, a part of being a part of this grind. you have to get beyond yr body particularly this late in the yer. >> it starts with those four guys, the four all-stars and everyone else does their jobs. they don't miss a beat when they put someone in or take someone out. it's not something that's surprising. >> jordan bell playing in his first nba finals and he's soaking it all in. he's a regular part of the rotation, putting up 5 points 10 minutes. larry beil on a conversation he had with bell. >> a year ago bell was waiting to see what nba team was going to draft him. now here he is in the finals wrestling with lebron james. we caught up with jordan bell after the game to talk about how much fun he's having and also the inspirational talk he with kevin durant. >> i never had somebody talk
about basketball as he did, he talked about it like it was his mother and girlfriend all in one. he's telling me when i work out, i want to die playing basketball, i want to die working out, i want to go so hard -- >> who was this? >> kevin durant. >> really? >> yeah. i'm like do i love basketball? i think of dieing peacefully and sleeping. >> you don't want to die dunking? >> no. >> kind of like this, big pose. >> he had a serious conversation. i was like, wow, i'm not putting in the work. i was in the gym every day lifting, but i wasn't trying to kill myself like he was. he said, every day you go in the gym you want to get 1% better. if you can't go to your left one day, and you got better, that's great. 1% keep adding on to that. so since that conversation my
mind set has been changed. >> bell endured a bunch of injuries at one point he was so discouraged, thinking about shutting it down for the rest of the year. he and the warriors are thankful he pushed through the pain. larry beil. the giants are trying to get their fourth straight win. the son of pud rodriguez made his start. dereck rodriguez made his debut. he only had one mistake, that was to the pitcher, that was the only run. andrew mccutchen, an opposite field three-run shot. his fourth of the year. the giants win 6-1. madison bumgarner returns to the
round scheduled to pitch monday night. jed lowery facing a 3-0 count, gets the base hit. they beat the throw home, the a's lead by one. matt olson also facing a 3-0 count, he sends it out of the ballpark. his third home run of the series, 12th of the year. a's win 5-1 and take the series taking two out of three. stanford's incredible season came to a familiar and difficult close. for the second straight year. cal state fullerton eliminated them at home. in the fifth inning doing the damage, a three-run home run. after 46 and 12 regular season, stanford is done. they fall 5-2, the final. and this abc 7 sports report is brought to you by river rock
casino. i forgot to walk over here. i always forget to do that. you didn't know. >> they never would have known. she's here now, that's the magic part. >> i get so excited and they're like walk over. >> cavaliers are a different team at home. >> absolutely. they play very well at home. lebron is going to be the force he was in game 1 because they need the win. they've come back from being down 3-1. >> you'll be there and i'll be he
i support the affordable care act, and voted against all trump's attempts to repeal it. but we need to do more. i believe in universal health care. in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein