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>> announcer: live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> 50,000 pounds of illegal fireworks seized in a massive raid. now at 11:00, the quiet east bay community surprised to hear to say the least, some of those explosives were right under their noses. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> and i'm alma daetz. officials announced the bust today one of the biggest in state history. abc7 news reporter alicia has more on the east bay connection. >> reporter: in oakland, hazmat teams, the bomb squad and cal fire raided a building with explosive material inside. illegal fireworks and arrested seven people. >> these suspects from been ill legally importing, transporting, storing, distributing and ultimately selling the products of dangerous fireworks throughout california.
>> reporter: atf agents were in this quiet neighborhood in walnut creek arrested jack and his wife tanya. the couple in their 60s a are part of this elaborate fireworks ring. it took two weeks to arrest everyone. atf agents were in this house four fiemz in one week. inside they found more fire works, explosive devices and a mac 10 assault weapon. >> that's terrifying and shocking. i can't believe an assault rifle, too. that's -- wow. >> reporter: neighbors describe the couple as friendly, a bit quirky, but harmless. and they were at your wedding. >> yeah, with our two little girls. >> reporter: tonya works as a bookkeeper while jack repairs cars in oakland. he's really into burning man. >> he has a really cool jet powered flame tloer that he built several years ago. >> reporter: investigators believe the ring has been running for 30 years.
lisa, abc7 news. >> new at 11:00 not an o outrageous crime of illegal dumping was caught on security video then posted on twitter to catch those responsible. watch. can you believe that? the driver of this white pickup truck dumped a load of broken concrete slabs onto east 17th street near 23rd avenue and sped off. oakland mayor lib i schaaf tweeted disgusting. a crew showed up later to clean up the mess. >> london breed and mark leno are separated by 255 votes for san francisco mayor. department of elections shoetz leno with 59.9% of the vote and breed with 49.91. there are still around 80,000 ballots to count. leno surged ahead of breed thanks to rank choice voting. he picked up thousands of second place votes from jane kim supporters. leno and kim had encouraged voters to select the other as
their number two choice. >> a major new development tonight in the deadly crash involving a tesla on auto pilot in moup tan view. the ntsb's new report questions the safety of the auto pilot feature and reveals the car actually accelerated in the final moments before the crash. in march, 38-year-old walter huang was on his way to work at apple when his tesla slammed into a safety barrier that had been damaged by an earlier crash on highway 101 about ten days ago and had not yet been repaired. the ntsb said hwang had been using his auto pilot 18 minutes 55 seconds before the crash. he had set his auto pilot to 75 miles an hour and was following a slower vehicle. the model x stopped following the lead car and three seconds before the crash it accelerated from 62 to 70.8 miles per hour right into that collapsed safety barrier. the ntsb report also confirms that the model x's battery burst into flames and bystanders
removed hwang from the wreckage and he sadly died later at the hospital. the i-team's dan noyes has a number of exclusive reports about this tesla crash on our website, abc7news.com. click on sections then i-team. >> a shooting near san francisco general that forced its emergency room into lockdown, he we now know the name of one of the victims who died. abc7 news reporter kate larson has the latest. >> reporter: sky 7 overhead san francisco general hospital's emergency department, after it became a crime scene when severalar h to draw their weapons after one of the drivers initially refused to get out of one of those cars. the shooting took place a mile from the hospital at the bernal dwellings, a housing complex on caesar chavez street and treat way. three men all in their 20s were shot as deputies said they found one man at the scene who later
died. the medical examiner said his name is jaime pool. the other two men are in serious and critical condition. one woman told me the shooting happened inside her home. the blue building right there. she said she wasn't home at the time but doesn't know why anyone else would have been inside either. >> we are investigating to see where they were injured, kwek people, looking for surveillance footage find anything we can to help us. >> reporter: the bernal dwelling apartments have been the scene of many shootings over the years. police are hoping surveillance cameras will help them track down whoever is responsible for the most recent shooting. in san francisco, kate larson abc7 news. >> in a separate incident a woman was fatally shot in san francisco's excelsior district this morning. it happened at 11:00 a.m. on mission street near santa rosa avenue. the victim was rushed to the hospital where she died three hours later. no arrests have been made so far. >> a warning about this video we are about to show you. it shows a troubling attack on a person who is lying on the sidewalk in san francisco's
tenderloin neighborhood. the attacker walks up to him and then there kicks the victim several times as you see that attacker was wearing a suit, black beanie and was holding a briefcase. happened in late may on level enworth street between golden gate and mcallister street. police are asking for your help to identify the attacker. take a good look. >> a santa rosa woman is recovering from a hip injury after she was gored by a buy son at yellow stone national park. park officials 54-year-old kim hancock was in a crowd of people who got within ten yards of the animal. the buy son became agitate and had charged the crowd. she was treated and released at a nearby hospital. that is according to the santa rosa press democrat. rangers warn people to stay at least 25 yards away so this group may have been too close. >> petaluma high school is defending its decision to cut off their valedictorian's microphone during her graduation speech when she went off script to speak about sexual assault.
>> even when some people on this campus, those same -- >> stanford bound louisville sites didn't get to finish her speech. she said the contents of it had been part of a difficult negotiation with the school. she said it's a matter of free speefrp. >> students aren't listened to, that people are mistreated when they're victims of sexual assault on campus and the arts and music and everything, because i've been in band for four years, need more funding. >> the school district defended its right to cut off her mike. she finished her speech in a video posted on youtube. >> facebook is partnering with the government tonight to try to solve some of the bay area's traffic problems. the billion dollar plan includes repurposing part of the dunbar ton bridge. abc7 news reporter carlos salcedo has that story. >> reporter: the bridge that connects the east bay to silicon valley. >> living in the bay area it's getting busier and busier.
>> reporter: like many drivers, zach finds himself stuck in traffic for hours in his day will you commute from hayward. >> i tell the wife, i'm going to be home for another hour and a half. >> reporter: two years ago facebook funded a million dollar study to find ways to alleviate the congestion sam trans to get the project off the ground. >> facebook really has a stake in this because they're located right in this corridor. so a lot of their workers are coming through here every day and dealing with that congestion. >> reporter: the solution, to add bus express lanes and revamp the century old dunbar ton rail bridge for passenger transit. as it stands the dunbar ton bridge is not seismically sound which is why it is no longer in use. it would have to be completely torn down before a new one goes up. and the project that size doesn't come cheap. >> the estimates for the rail bridge itself would be somewhere in the ballpark of a billion dollars. >> reporter: when everything is said and done, the price tag for the entire project could reach up to $2 billion. where that money will come from
remains to be seen. reporting from the dunbar ton bridge, carlos salcedo, abc7 news. >> thousands of hockey fans are celebrating in washington, d.c. after the capitals' first-ever stanley cup win. just look at that. massive crowd, they're all packed in there. the washington capitals beat the vegas golden knights 4-3 in vegas. the last time they won a championship in any sport was when the redskins won the super bowl 26 years ago. sports director larry beil will have more in sports. >> they waited a long time for that. a big recent smile this year. >> destiny jabar. >> just ahead, a landmark achievement for the senior class. >> we're here in cleveland for the nba finals. is there that much to do? i'm dion lim and i'll take you on a tour of the unique sights and sounds of the city.
>> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. we're soon going to lose the wind and gain some degrees. i'll show you how ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ so is his horse. ♪ ♪ when it comes to snacking. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ that's why he uses the chase mobile app, to pay practically anyone, at any bank.
destiny jabar. [ cheers and applause ] >> all of the 62 seniors graduated today. that is a record for the oakland school. 97% of its class of 2018 is also going to college, including this 17-year-old who is basically homeless and living alone after her guardian and didn't go to m i wouldn't be ready for the real world. what i've been through has prepared me for the rest of my life. >> destiny shabazz not only
earned her degree, but also varsity letters in multiple sports and the debate team. she's headed to cal state sacramento in the fall. >> congratulations to dechstiny and all those graduates. more congratulations will come tomorrow because they could be the world champion third time in four years. >> we sent a crew to cleveland to cover the cavaliers and find out what is to do in cleveland. >> abc7 news anchor dion lim knows because she grew up there. >> i grew up in cleveland until i was 11. it changed so much. so much national geographic put it on the 20world's list. we set out to find out wey.wh start out at the christm story house, the same used in the cult classic on cleveland street. restored by an enthusiast in 2006. >> fragile, it must be italian. >> he had a business where
madeeg lampse and then this place come up on ebay and he bought it.ter: over 1arl00 a,00. that famous trophy and -- visitors can even recreate this becomes a deranged easter bunny. then there was the summer of love. the rock and roll hall of fame is a must-see. open since 1995, it features more thannd is constantly changing. >> yeah, we have a whole new floor. it's our new hall of fame experience, and it includes the power of rock. >> reporter: those working up an appete, the cleveland favorite combining hot dogs and -- >> we have everything from spa getty to bug ls we have it all. >> reporter: a sweet tooth celebrating the brewery. 16 ohio brews on tap and every donut is made with beer. >> we just did two of cleveland's guilty pleasures, beer and doughnuts, put them together and people love them. >> reporter: while you digest a
view from edge water park over looks the entire downtown skyline. the bay area is the only place with beaches? this one just happens to overlook lake erie. in cleveland, dion lim, abc7 news. >> nice place. we hate to beat them -- >> it has to be done, dan. >> somebody has to do it. only place to watch the nba finals, we'll have the preview game at 5:00, starts at 5:30, tip off at 6:00, then stay with us for toyota after the game. >> i feel bad, but not that bad. >> we'll get over it. >> yes. north carolina couple became their new found fortunate didn't last long. >> it did not because the cashier's check they received from bank of america was a mistake. they were expecting money from unh your nd ke, oh, yh that manr roug thknow, i can do this and, you know, i might not even have to work. we prayed about it and realized the best thing to do is glorify god. we decided to just take it back.
>> get bank's response, oops, te was no explanation of what possibly happened. gabriel may not be a mi irwenaioll at night knowing he e right thing. >> he did indeed. they would have figured it out ayetywan talk about the weather forecast as we inch toward the weekend. >> yes, meteorologist sandhya patel is here with what's in store. sandhya. >> dan and alma, the poor highs and lows that guy must have been going through, we'll talk about the highs and lows. the swings will continue. take a look at the sunset from our south beach camera, 8:30 tonight when the sun was setting there was no fog around. you can see the sunset going -- sunseting there with a few wispy clouds, pretty view there at 8:30. tonight we still don't have any fog around, but one of the biggest things we're noticing is that wind. it has finally let up. here is a beautiful view from santa cruz where the flags are gently blowing in the breeze. not nearly as windy as it has
been the last couple of days. live doppler 7 showing you nothing but clear skies right now. your temperatures are comfortable in the 50s and 60s. so, if you step out tonight, it doesn't feel that chilly outside. now, if you have been waiting for some hot weather it's coming. i want to show you the temperature trend for walnut creek. tomorrow afternoon a little warmer 81 degrees, number drops to about 75, back up again on sunday. and then the heat is on as we head towards next week. we're going to see those temperatures rising up to summer like lefltz. a live picture now from our emeryville camera, it is a gorgeous view as we look across the bay. sutro tower, lights are visible. patchy morning fog. we're going to go with warmer conditions tomorrow afternoon. blustery cooler on saturday, a reversal on sunday, then that summer like heat is coming for next week. here's your 12-hour planner foretomorrow. the sun comes up at 5:48. in the 40s and 50s. warmer weather at noontime. patchy fog will expand as we head towards the afternoon hours. even though temperatures will be closer to average there's going
to be a lot of fog right near the coast line. hour by hour we go tomorrow morning 5:00 a.m. commute time, most of you clear except for that little patch of fog near the san mateo coast. 8:00 a.m., same story and then watch that fog just really start to expand and hug the coast which will set the stage for your saturday. it's going to be cooler and windier. but tomorrow morning limited fog, temperatures in the 40s, 50s, clear for most of you. tomorrow afternoon it will be a warmer day. 80s inland, low to mid-'80s to be specifically. along the coast real hang onto some of that fog and some of you love it. 66 60s expected there. i want to turn to the tropics.a. as rapidly hit strengthened packing winds of 120 miles an hour, expected to actually weaken over the weekend. no threat to land as of right a, this is the first named hurricane of the season, will be impacting baja and mexico. accuweather seven-day forecast warmertomorrow, cooler windier
saturday, back up again sunday, and then the warming trend will come up to 90s inland as we head towards mid week. 60s along the coast. dan and alma? >> all right, sounds good. thanks, sandhya. >> all right. "good morning america" begins at 7:00 a.m. >> yes, make ross your destination for savings. brands you love, this season's newest trends ection of for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross right now, comcast business is doubling your internet speed. you can download large files faster. and power more employees on more devices. all for a new low price. what does that equal? our best internet price ever. you do the math. because now for less than what 75 mbps used to cost, you can get 150 mbps internet. plus for a limited time, you can get a $200 visa prepaid card when you add a voice line.
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>> announcer: abc sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> good evening. the warriors in the same spot they were a year ago. up 3-0, looking 0 sweep the cavs in cleveland. last year they got blown out in game four. so, is a sweep really on their minds or would they be content to win it in five just like last year back at oracle? sean livingston no doubt. >> i want a sweep. i want a sweep. yeah, i'll put that on record. going against the grain that it'ski
of the thinking behind it. but i want, i want that, you know. i want to win tomorrow. >> from a talent perspective, new look at golden state from their top five, best players, top five players you would say they're stacked better than us. but we've been in a position where we could win two out of these three games. so, what do we have to do? >> and if they lose, does lebron leave cleveland after tomorrow? we'll see. the warriors' coliseum neighbors the a's, they were home tonight hosting royalty. well, if you count the royals royalty. they're from kansas city, at least. 7-year-old haley dawson, such a great story. missing three fingers on her right hand because of a birth defect. her goal was throwing out first pitcn i league parks. tonight in oakland for ballpark number 11, so haley is going park by park. brentwood's paul black burn making his 28th debut. one run, struck out three coming back from injury. haley is a fan. good stuff.
bottom of the 4th a's down 1-0 until matt olson hits this one, 414 feet. his 9th homer. one-one game. bottom ofmatt chatman brings in, chris 6 davis. they score three times in the inning and that's good enough to win it 4-1, the giants have the night open. another epic open in vegas for game five of the stanley cup. tied 3-3 in the third. the shot goes through mark andre flurry's legs. it stops there. lars eller, thank you very much. crazy goal. final seconds. the final face-off, chance fors. washington wins it 4-3, they captured their first ever stanley cup. they do it in the final of 4-3 golden season for the expansion golden knights comes up a little bit short. terrell owens will be inducted into the hall of fame.
he's planning his own party. he says he won't go to kansas. classic t.o. former niners star upset he was snubbed a few years before being voted in. he announced he was going to pass on the ceremony. this is not done yet. fellow hall of fameers like steve younonang dan are trying to talk t.o. into showing up. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> he might -- >> that's what all hall of fameers are saying, you don't want to pass that up. >> warriors getting done tomorrow? >> i hope so. >> i think so, but i may have to go with the cavaliers just -- >> i think the cavs h (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes)
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appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm alma daetz. for >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, keri russell, from "better things," pamela adlon, and music from "american idol" winner maddie poppe. and now, for the most part, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanksomlcwee! relax! very kind. thyok an tosu.of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. there we are. hope you had a good three-day weekend. i had a great weekend. i spent all day saturday and