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it is saturday, engijune 16 thanks so much for joining us. let's start with a look at the forecast. frances is in for lisa. >> and we're starting off with some low clouds and stratd tuesd strats tuesday that has spread inland. some xwra clogray clouds and pa, but advise an here is a pretty shot, check out the downtown view. and here's what you can expect with our 12 hour day planner. so we have some patchy fog and low clouds the next few hours.
becoming sunnily f lny for moste by noon. temperatures will be a little below average. inland areas having a tough time reaching 80. at the coast upper 50s to near 60. i'll have your father's day forecast coming up and a hint, it would be even cooler. she was once considered a rising star and her company's medical technology was supposed to be the future of medicine. instead theranos founder elizabeth holmes is facing 20 years in prison after being charged with defrauding investors, doctors and patients. according to the indictment, holmes andramesh balwani used advertisements and solicitations to encourage doctors and patients to use theranos' blood testing laboratory services even though they knew theranos was not capable of consistently producing accurate and reliable results for certain blood tests.
amanda has the details. >> anything you want to say? >> reporter: before walking out of the federal courthouse in silence, holpes oig holmes and pleaded not guilty. out side of the courtroom, jeff cooper smith speaking on behalf balwani. prosecutors say they were behind a multimillion dollar scheme to defraud investors and another to dupe doctors and patients. they say they knowingly lied about the accuracy of their products. technology that was said to be a cheaper and more efficient be way of doing blood tests. >> put his heart and soul into this, he had his own family tested. >> reporter: and lab joe biden visited back i this video shows biden and holmes touring the facility.
only sign theranos even exists in the building was this one posted on its front door giving contact information for theranos. abc 7 news. holmes dropped out of stanford and started their knows o theranos in 2003. in holmes, she was featured in several nags publtional publicl. its value soared to $9 billion that year. holmes was one of the main speakers at a ted talk in san francisco back in 2014. >> the right to protect the health and well-being of every person of those we love is a basic human right. >> but things started to unravel in october of 2015 when a "wall street journal" investigation questioned the accuracy of the testing devices. by early 2016, theranos was
laying off employees, holmes was banned from the labs and the company had its license revoked. the "wall street journal" story was the work of one reporter who had spent three years looking into the company. we spoke to him about his investigation. cornell barnard has some of the insight into what was really going on at theranos. >> she refused to stop overpromising to investors. >> reporter: this prize winning reporter isn't surprised theranos founder elizabeth holmes now facing federal fraud charges. >> it not only frauded investors, but also put patients in harm's way. >> reporter: his new book bad blood details the rise and fall of the blood testing company. he says while doing research, he was threatened with lawsuits, holmes allegedly asked the "wall street journal" owner and invnvt tore rupert murdoch to interv e
intervene. >> she tried to per swad him su kill the story. >> reporter: murdoch refused. stanford university medical school professor was an early krit i think it critic of holme. >> for me it is a vindication because i was right. >> unfortunately, it turned out it was too good to be true. >> reporter: professor rosened high hopes for theranos. >> she was a cutting edge pioneering woman in this area. and it was a big fizzle. >> reporter: the reporter says many silicon valley startups make bold claims early on, but he says this is different because it is about medicine and real results which could not be faked. door nell bett cornell barnard, abc 7. >> you can watch the whole interview by going to our website abc7news.com.
terminally ill californians now have the right to end their lives again following a decision by a state appeals court in riverside. the law lets patients obtain life ending drugs if a doctor determines that they have fewer than six months to live. last month a lower court judge declared the so-called right to die law unconstitutional for procedural reasons. opponents of the end of life option now have until july 2 to file any objections. it turns out you may not see warning labels about cancer when you buy coffee after all. state health officials are bucking a recent court ruling that required retailers to warn customers about a cancer risk associated with coffee roasting. starbucks and 90 other he companies fought a lawsuit about the policy for eight years before losing. the state made its decision after a world health care organization review showed that there isn't enough evidence to prove coffee causes cancer. time now is 5:06. not giving in to fear, bay area residents who survived the route
91 harvest festival shooting in las vegas last fall turned out for the santa rosa country music festival. mediclanie wood row oig has the story. >> reporter: chism akim and hers are country strong. >> we decided that we needed to continue doing what we were passionate about. >> reporter: their passion brought them to the summer mousmusic festival. she was at route 91 with her now fee afternoon say. >> we got separated at one point and i was under the bleachers and he started shooting the bleachers. idie. >> reporter: these friends say they felt some anxiety being here, but being here together is helping. >> the country music scene is all family. >> concerts are my happy place and they always have been.
and love always wins. >> reporter: jennifer is wearing the same jeans still stained she wore that night. >> it makes me feel like i made it through something really big. >> reporter: these friends also got matching tattoos. >> strength is what we gain from the madness we survive. >> reporter: country strong, in santiago rosa, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. today marks a major milestone for the new sales force transit center in sfwran. t san francisco. the new complex replaces the old trans bay terminal. routes 5, 7 and 38 will begin service later this morning. the bus plaza is at the ground level of the sales force transit center. the full munius service is slated for august. police plan to spend part of this weekend looking for more clues after vandals shot out the windows of more than two dozen cars in napa county.
american canyon residents began their day yesterday seeing this, shattered glass. investigators believe a bee bee gun did the damage. most of the victims heard nothing and did not see anyone targeting their vehicles yesterday morning. >> this is a quiet neighborhood. we don't know, have no clue. >> graveyard guys when trying to find the vandals did find an item that we'll process for fingerprints. >> home surveillance cameras might help police identify a suspect or their vehicle. time 5:09 on this saturday morning. frances is tracking the forecast for us. and we're off to a mild start. >> yes, mild right now. lots of us in the 50s and we have low clouds, even a little bit of patchy fog. le slightl below average tin and i'll have your father's day forecast coming up. and also ahead, this man was thrown in jail by the u.s. government. we'll explain why a local school will now be named after him.
developing news out of the east bay, crews will be out repairing two separate water main breaks in walnut creek. the first happened at 1:15 this morning at newell avenue and lilac drive. the second break happened an hour and a half later about two miles away. officials say dozens of customers are impacted. it is unclear what caused the breaks or if they are related to each other. no word on when the repairs will be complete. for five consecutive days, an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 or bigger has hit kilauea summit. yesterday's earthquake was a
5.3. as you see, lava continues to pour into the bay. this video was provided by the usgs. lava fountains reached heights up to 130 feet as many as 700 homes have been destroyed. the department of health recommends residents with breathing issues should limit outside activities and stay indoors. students at one san francisco middle school were in for a very special treat at their graduation ceremony yesterday. dion lim was there as hillary clinton spoke at the hamlin school. >> reporter: hillary clinton's appearance was kept hush-hush from the public, but the applaughe hamlin school's eighth grade graduation friday were treated to a very special guest speaker. >> it was surreal to see her in person.
>> reporter: while the school kept the event private, it was clear judging by blocked roads.d police presence and secret service. sure enough at about quarter to 10:00, clinton and her entourage are were whisked inside. with limited seating, many parents watched from afar. thesage anlimages were taken fra neighboring condo complex. >> i didn't know she had those hardships of bullying. i have gone through some of bullying as well. and that connection just really touched my heart. >> reporter: when her speech ended -- >> congratulations. i can't wait to see the mark you make on the world. >> reporter: -- as quickly as she appeared, clinton was escorted off her stage but her words left a lasting impression. dion lim, abc 7. while the school hasn't
commented, parents tell us hamlin was able to secure clinton as speaker since she is good friends with a woman whose granddaughter graduated yesterday. san francisco mayor elect london breed tweeted that she was incredibly proud to join clinton thursday night at an event to fight gun violence. abc 7 news was in chinatown as breed thanked many of her supporters. the mayor elect shared some of her plans for when she takes office, they include hiring more police officers and increasing patrols in neighbors hoods. breed also paid tribute to ed lee who died suddenly last december. an elementary school in mountain view is going to be named after an undocumented immigrant and activist. jose antonio vargas made headlines when he shared his story in 2011 of how he came america and grew up in mountain view. he won a pulitzer prize with the "washington post." vargas got detained by the border patrol in 2014 but was
later released. the school is set to open in the fall of 2019. a canadian college student has won a lawsuit against his ex-girlfriend who successfully plotted to derail his career. ♪ that is eric playing the claire ne claire net oig. he was offered a full scholarship, but he never got it. he says his live-in girlfriend at the time deleted it without his knowledge. she then set up a fake e-mail address and refused the offer. it was all an apparent bid to force him to stay close to her. the judge called per con gukduct $350,000. a young bald eagle has taken the internet by storm. the bird is soflocking to a sto
pictures. our sister station in los angeles has the story. >> reporter: trish has captured images of bald eagles soaring around big bear lake for years. the images of these two bald eagles are stunning, but it is their baby known as stormy that is stealing the show. >> i think it is just absolutely incredible that an eagle is truly a rock star. >> reporter: and somewhat of a youtube star because this year there is a live camera in the nest. and people all around the world have their eyes glued to the live video stream watching stormy's every move. and people were on pins and needles when a couple months ago little stormy fell out of the nest. >> they stayed home, they didn't go to work, they were traumatiz traumatized. >> reporter: when stormy returned, you could almost hear the collective sigh of relief online. >> the most special thing about the bird is that it has brought a lot of people together.
>> reporter: and stormy has brought a lot of people to big bear, too. >> pretty cool to have all these people showing up here every single day from all every on the world really saying, oh, i'm here to see stormy. >> reporter: captain saunders runs a marina right across the bay from the nest. >> it is wonderful. it is the first thing that i've seen on social media lastly that people don't get argumentative about. >> reporter: but it is not just folks coming to look at stormy and his parents -- >> i have people come in the door and they are looking from side to side and i know what they are looking for. >> reporter: they want to buy the photos. >> we even get some from england that people are watching, we get from germany that people have made comments about they said. >> reporter: in big bear lake, . sky 7 flew over pleasanton while people enjoyed the rides at the fair. it runs until july 8. abc 7 news was also downtown when cowboys and cowgirls drove
about 150 cows along main street. it marks the second year in a row that the fair has sponsored the cauow drive. handing today, nathans will host a qualifying event. the top finishes will compete in coney island. they have to eat as many as they can in ten minutes. the event is at 1:30 this morning at 60s flasix flags. you can catch the contest on july 4 on espn 2. good morning, i'm starting off with live doppler 7 to show you the cloud cover around the bay area. so we have some low stratus clouds that have spread inland and patchy fog along the coast where visibilities that been limited, but not too bad out there. here is a live shot in san jose, some gray clouds in the sky.
temperatures are in the 50s for the most part. san francisco is currently 54. oakland 57. san jose 56. low 50s right now in gilroy. we'll check out a pretty shot for you, this is from kgo roof camera looking at some broken clouds over the bay bridge. so more temperatures in the 50s, but santiago rosa is pretty cool right now at 50. and we have some mid-50s through napa, fairfield, concord a little milder at 58 degrees. here is what you can expect this weekend. so we have a breezy below average cooler temperatures this weekend. and then even some morning drizzle for father's day and then we have summer heat next week. i'll tell you about that. so the clouds pull back to the does pret coast pretty quickly this morning. we'll be mostly sunny this afternoon. and check out tomorrow morning, this green area shows some drizzle, maybe even a few sprinkles through the morning hours. and then clearing out by
tomorrow afternoon. so as you wake up tomorrow, you might have to wipe off your cars and you'll be a little surprised especially in half moon bay where you could get about a tenth of an inch and possibly a few hundredths of an inch around napa, oakland and of course in the santa cruz mountains. highs today are pretty comfortable. breezy, especially closer to the coast. and even some areas inland. so 60 in san francisco, oakland 68. san jose 76. and again you see the clouds hugging the coast and only on 69 in santa cruz. and if you are headed to the san mateo county farir, breezy this afternoon with a high of about 70. sunset at 8:34, cooling down to 61. and you will probably need a jacket or light sweater by 10:00 tonight. under a clear sky. and also in pleasanton, we have the alameda county fair and you will be comfortable in the morning 70 already, mild. and near 78 by this afternoon. also cooling down to the zirks
by 60s by 7:00 and then in the 50s by 11:00 p.m. so the father's day forecast, cooling will continue. tomorrow we have the clouds and drizzle. and then cool to mild temperatures by 4:00 in the afternoon. highs will be only in the upper 70s in the inland areas. low 70s at the coast. an sticking around to upper 50s at the coast. so here is the accuweather 7 day forecast. we have below average temperatures today, mostly sunny by this afternoon except about at the coast. father's day a little cool starting off with some morning drizzle and itemperatures comin down tomorrow as well by a couple degrees. and then things turn around monday, fog to sun, the warming trend kicks in and we have that summer heat mid-90s for summer solstice on thursday and even into friday, things will get hot around here. >> what a spread up and down like that. >> exactly. hopefully tomorrow you can still enjoy outdoor plan, but it will be cooler. >> frances, thanks.
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argonaut that has free public viewings of select games. they will have a big screen up in the courtyard and this weekend big match-ups are germany versus mexico and brazi. and we have a lot of father's day ideas on our website. i'm jessica castro, abc 7 news. today ted cruz will face jimmy kimmel in a basketball game. the one-on-one game is called the blah fish basketball classic. cruz challenged kimmel to a game and you can watch jimmy kimmel live week nights at 11:35. incredibles 2 is open in theaters nationwide this weekend and it looks like a lot of people are excited to see it. according to fan dan go, the disney pixarken
the record for the most advanced ticket sales for an animated film.previous mark was set by finding dory in 2016. the release comes 14 years after the original hit theaters. >> i always wanted to do another incredibles because i had such fun doing the first film. and it was the only time in my career so far that i've gotten to take something from initial seed of an idea through to completion. i always wanted to return to these krankt characters becaus them. >> it has a high bar to reach the match the first film which earned $633 million at the box office. disneypany of abc 7. still to come on bsabc 7, a significant legal blow. president trump's former campaign chairman is jailed as he faces charges in the russia investigation. we'll have the latest. also ahead, a second chance for an alameda golf course. what seemed like a lost cause is
it is great to have you with us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting with a quick look at the weather. frances is in for lisa. >> and good morning, everyone. starting off with low stratus clouds this morning. you can see that with the live doppler 7. and also some patchy fog especially along the coast. but things will clear out this afternoon. here is a live shot from exploratorium looking at downtown san francisco and the beautiful buildings there. temperatures in the 50s for the next few hours with some fog and low clouds. it will pull back to the coast by about noon. becoming sunny and then below average by 4:00 with highs in the 80s in the inland areas, mid-70s around the bay and upper 50s to near 60 at the coast. and it will be a pleasant evening but get ready for some even cooler weather on father's day. i'll have the full details
coming up. now to the russia investigation. this morning president trump's former campaign chairman paul manafort is in custody. he arrived at court yesterday already facing dozens of charges. and now a new one, that he tried to influence witnesses while under house arrest. pierre thomas has the latest. >> reporter: paul manafort headed to court facing the prospect of losing his freedom. and that is exactly what happened. federal judge amy jackson revoked manafort's bail. immediately sending him to jail. already facing charges of money laundering and fraud, he was recently accused of witness tampering. robert mueller claiming manafort and a man with alleged ties to russian intelligence tried to convince two witnesses to lie. clearly angry judge told manafort i can't turn a blind eye to these allegations. with that, manafort was escorted out of court as a shocked wife
looked on. s. marshals handing her his belt, tie and wallet. >> are you going to visit paul in prison? >> reporter: his lawyer stunned. >> do you have any comment on what happened today? any comment at all? >> reporter: president trump distancing himself from his former campaign chairman. >> he worked for me, what, 49 days or something? very short period of time. >> reporter: manafort was actually with team trump for 143 days. and for more than three months, he ran the campaign playing a key role at the convention. >> the goal of tonight is to lay out some of the vision of the trump/pence campaign. >> reporter: back then, the president heaping on the praise. >> paul manafort has done an amazing job. and all of paul's he will really ha really have a great staff. >> reporter: the president tweeting, wow, what a tough sentence. didn't know manafort was head of
the mob. very unfair. fair or not, manafort finds himself in jail behind bars awaiting trial. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. apple has signed oprah winfrey to a multiyear deal to create original content. it won't affect the contract she has with own, the television network she launched in 2011. apple has yet to begin streaming content which will compete with amazon and netflix. netflix recently signed barack obama and michelle to a production deal. women appear to be giving up the heels. "new york times" speculates the "me too" movement might be behind the decline in high heel sales as more women choose to dress for themselves rather than being sexually appealing to men. a new survey from a san francisco clothing resale company called thread up adds to growing evidence that a lot of women are switching out their
high heeled shoes for more comfortable options. the company says there is a spike in the number of customers selling their high heels. >> so over the past three months, we've seen a 38% increase in the number of heels sent to thread up. >> at the same time, thread up is seeing a 50% increase in sneaker sales on its site. those statistics fit with a recent retail study showing that u.s. retail sales of high heels were down 12% last year while women's sneaker sales were up 37%. now to the brewing dispute over an expensive piece after a little boy had a very big accident. alex perez has the story. >> reporter: this surveillance video in kansas capturing every parent's nightmare. watch as this 5-year-old reaches for an art sculpture on display at a community center, toppling the piece knocking the boy down, too. the boy's mother sarah goodman
stunned, but the real shock coming days later. >> no one would ever expect to come into a place where kids are invited and have to worry about a $132,000 piece of art falling. >> reporter: the family receiving an eye popping $132,000 claim from the city of over land park's insurance company. the fall allegedly damaging the piece beyond repair. the insurance letter reading in part, you're responsible for the supervision of a minor child. your failure to monitor could be considered negligent. >> i was surprised more so offended to be called negligent. >> reporter: city officials say the piece was secured. >> it is not an interactive piece. so when you have somebody climbing on it, that is not what it is built for. >> reporter: the artist says the sculpture cannot be repaired. the city says they hope the insurance company can work this out with the family. alex perez, abc news, chicago. new developments in the cleanup of the former hunter's
point naval ship yard in san francisco. the u.s. navy is now going to pay to retest soil samples after two whistleblowers from the original company admitted they faked samples and falsified records. for decades the hunter's point neighborhood has been undergoing testing and removal of radioactive waste from navy ships previously involved in nuclear testing. the state's department of public health will run the tests starting next month. in alameda, a lot of the talk is about the local golf course that has undergone and incredible makeover. wayne freedman has a preview of the golf complex set to open next week. >> reporter: games of golf usually begin with balls on tees, not dignitaries, ribbons and scissors. but they do fit for what people call a miracle in alameda. not to this father/son head to head battle between joe and glenn. >> he beat me i think when he was 12 first time and i don't
think i've beat him since. >> reporter: in wou venue, a municipal court that seemed beyond redemption a few years ago. video from 2008 shows what used to be here, a rundown facility from which the city drained millions of dollars and did not invest. as players complained back then -- >> kind of destroying the goose that made the golden egg. >> reporter: -- today they describe the new partnership as far better. the company signed a 40 year lease with the city, poured eight figures into remaking the place and will share profits. this former council member played a part in negotiations that preserve this facility for recreation. >> it is open space. and once you start losing these things to housing and whatever else, it really -- it is lost forever. oh, dear, that's not going on work. >> reporter: actually they say it does with new courses, a remake driving range, a new take
on public golf for regular people, at a time when the game really needs it. >> this is a municipal golf course, this is the blue beer can golf course. rchbt y >> reporter: you wouldn't know that from looking. >> if you would have told me this six years ago, i would not have believed you. >> reporter: among others the oakland raiders contributed artificial turf that now is under the sand in bunkers. and the course has a new fan, steph curry played here on monday. he shot 71. if you are not a golfer, you know that is a very, very good round. for all we know, it may be the course record at least for a while. wayne freedman, abc 7 news. time is 5:38. happening today, it is the 68th annu festiva in san francisco, june teenth is the oldest known celebration commemorating the ending slavery in the united states. today's festival is on fill more
street between golden gate avenue and gary boulevard. the parade starts at 11:00 this morning on fulton. the festival runs from 11:00 to 6:00. san jose mayor will be at the june are teenth celebration, it runs from noon to 7:00 tonight. and brandy is this year's headliner. the june teenth festival starts at 1:00 this afternoon. nine local dmv offices will be open today. the goal is to ease those long lines brought on by people applying for new licenses that can be used at airport security checkpoints. they are called real i.d.s. the offices will be open today and next saturday june 23rd from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. beginning in july these offices will be open the first and third saturdays of the month. driving tests will not be offered during these special hours. in the bay area, the concord, hayward, claremont avenue
office, redwood city, san francisco, san jose processing center, santa clara and santa rosa i haves will be open. still ahead, who can forget igor? a local teen plays the part all the way to a national award. but first, here is a live look outside from walnut creek. frances will have the full forecast crystal geyser alpine springpasses through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. happening today san francisco's and north beach festival returns this weekend. considered one of the country's original outdoor festivals, the average event combines arts and crafts and live music with
gourmet food. there will be a chalk art area for the kids plus a circus with trapeze, tightrope walking, juggling acts and more. it is free from 10:00 to 6:00 today and tomorrow. and not a bad day to head out. >> not a bad day, but of course if you are heading to the fets val festival, you will always want an extra layer because it will be on the cool side. here is a live shot in san jose and we have some clearing skies, but those breezy conditions, the tree blowing there, that will keep temperatures cooler than average and even cooler for tomorrow. i'll have the details. and also next, the giants open a weekend series against the dodgers. and one big error would prove to be
and we hope your saturday is off to a great start. temperatures currently in the 50s throughout the city of san francisco. frances will have your forecast coming up. in sports, oakland will try to snap a four game skid against the angels, first pitch at 1:05. and giants will try to beat l.a. at dodger stadium. bumgarner takes the hill. first pitch at 5:15 p.m. but last night the giants came up short in los angeles. larry beil has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> the giants cross-country ten game road trip concludes this weekend in los angeles. dodgers starting to heat up and giants remain somewhat luke warm. giants played 16 innings on thursday and then flew 2400 miles cross-country, bottom of the first, holland gave up a solo homer to hernandez bochy, i
need some starting pitching. s austin jackson drops the ball, 3-zip l.a. to the seventh, the panda strikes. down the line pablo sandoval, a two run noerm to thomer into th field bullpen. andrew mccutchen, the giants fall 3-2. how about the as and angels? jurassic world at the coliseum marking the era when the stadium was built. bassett in his second start since 2016, air mails the pujols come back over matt olson's head. two runs score. top of the fourth, view from left field on a kinsler bomb makes it 6-0. bassett goes four innings. 8-0 in the fifth, and who is that masked man? scores from first and his do
that he will hangdo that he wil in the stands approve but not enough, angels win 8-4. before the game they introduced murray. he happens to be the starting quarterback for the oklahoma sooner football team. he will play football this fall. the as, they are on board with this and now are big sooner fans. >> obviously worked hard for the opportunity to be quarterback at the university of oklahoma, so that is a huge deal. the organization let me do that. and i'll come back for play baseball, it is a big deal. >> it was a deal breaker for us if he didn't play at the university of oklahoma. how is that? >> a bombshell that could directly impact the nba champion golden state warriors? espn reported that kawhi leonard wants to be traded from the spurs and wants to go to the lakers. leonard missed all but nine games with a quad injury and had
a falling out about medical care. if leonard teams up with lebron james with the lakers in l.a., the warriors will have to deal with a new super team down south. very intriguing news from the nba. that is a wrap on more thning sports. have a great weekend, i'm plala beil. good morning, i'm showing you live doppler 7 with the gray skies overparts of the bay area, but there are a few broken clouds out there. you see some clearing through parts of the east bay. we have patch which i fy fog at. we'll see more sunshine this afternoon. temperatures are in the 50s. san francisco 54, mountain view 55, san jose 56, gilroy at 52. and also this live shot of the golden gate bridge, you seat broken clouds, some are pulling back to the coast. it is cooler in santa rosa, 50 there. napa, 55. fairfield 55.
concord 58. and this time we're looking from the east bay out towards the bay bridge and san francisco. here is what you can expect breezy and below average temperatures this weekend. morning drizzle, even a little bit of measurable precipitation tomorrow morning for father's day. but it shouldn't ruin your outdoor plans. and then summer heat next week where the 90s will be back in the bay area. so here is the forecast animation starting at 7:00 this morning. clouds pulling back to the coast pretty quickly. mostly is un sunny by this afte. overnight, we have the onshore flow pattern developing and the areas of green showing some drizzle and light rain tomorrow morning. but it should clear out, so it shouldn't ruin any outdoor plans. you may just have to wipe down your cars if you are out in the early morning hours. highs today will range from 58 in half moon bay, breezy conditions this afternoon. san francisco 62. oakland 68. san jose mild at 76.
and our warmest locations just barely hitting 80 degrees like santa rosa and also in antioch where we'll see plenty of sunshine early on. if you are headed to the north beach festival, again, grab a jacket. partly cloudy conditions with breezy weather. temperatures only in the low 60s. and tomorrow just a degree cooler. in fact you will find that trend for many bay area locations. a little cooler for tomorrow for father's day. and we'll start out with some clouds, morning drizzle, temperatures in the 50s for the most part. partly cloudy by noon and those clouds stick around, so temperatures will be cool to mild. inland areas only in the upper 70s and upper 50s at the coast, around the bay low 70s. and in cooling breeze continues, but then we have a warm-up heading our way. here is the accuweather 7 day forecast. so below average temperatures for today. near 80 inland. mid 70s around the bay and youer 50s at the coast where the clouds stick around. father's day starting off with
some morning drizzle, but then clearing out pretty quickly and notice temperatures a degree or two cooler compared to today. and then monday that is when things turn around, fog to sun and look at that warming trend, in to the end of the workweek where temperatures will be in the 90s in the inland areas. 80s around the bay. and very comfortable and sunnier at the coast in the low to mid-60s. >> so any dads doing golfing tomorrow morning, just be aware might be a little damp out there. >> yeah, if they have an early morning start, you will need to wipe the cars down, maybe use their wipers a couple times. but other than that it will be a pretty pleasant day. but breezy and cooler. nothing to really slow you down. >> all right. thank you. a san francisco acting student is on his way to the big time after winning a prestigious competition. and to appreciate his work, all you need is a sense of rhythm and maybe a sense of human more. dan ashley has the details. >> it's coming.
>> reporter: young frank stein is of course a comedy classic. and for cole sisser, his ticket to broadway. >> i was like this is really cool. because i knew about what happens if you win this award. ♪ >> reporter: he won best actor his high school musical theater competition, he did it playing igor in the stage version of young frankenstein and singing the signature song. >> basically the purpose of the song is to distract the towns people from the monster because the monster is escaping. ♪ >> reporter: cole is a student at the school of the performing arts, the award gets him a trip to new york and a chance to meet broadway professionals, as well as compete in the national high school jimmy awards competition. as for the future -- >> my dream would be to originate a role on broadway.
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last year 950 corgis and their owners showed up. oe there will be a costume contest, races and of course a group photo with all the dogs. corgi con starts at 10:00 at ocean beach between stair walls two and five. next, the latest on theranos. hear from the college profgtses who first told elizabeth holmes her startup idea wasn't going to work. and plus dozens of vegas shooting survivors proudly attending the country music festival in the north bay.
it is saturday, june 16. good morning and thanks so much for being with us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. hi, frances. >> most of us waking up to some low stratus clouds, but a few areas are starting to clear out right now. congratulations to all the graduates this month. right now james logan high school, lots of their graduates getting ready for their graduation at 7:00 today. partly cloudy conditions at 7:00. temperatures in the mid-50s. warming up and more sun by 10:00 a.m. to the low 60s. and for the rest of us as you see some clearing right now over parts