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>> announcer: live, where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> chain link cages that are about 30 by 30. a lot of young folks put into them. >> heart jb -- heart break at the border this father's day's day. these images are difficult to look at. good evening and thanks for joining us i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. >> leading democrats are enraged after touring facilities across the country today. they're demanding that president trump halt his policy of separating children from their parents. >> you can see people detained in some of the 22 chain linked
fenced spaces in the converted warehouse. >> outside the facility, this was one of many demonstrations across the country. cornell bernard has more from another protest today in richmond. >> reporter: about 60 people protested outside the west county detention facility where i.c.e. has housed undocumented detainees. >> to separate families and put children in warehouses is unamerica. >> parent abraham drucker put this on facebook today, asking others to protest. >> the fact we are punishing people who are trying to give their children a better life and trying to live the american dream that we all are living is absurd. >> it breaks my heart. >>
recently detained by i.c.e. the president blaming democrats for the policy tweeting saturday, democrats can fix their forced family breakup at the border by working with republicans on new legislation for a change. today immigrants who cross the border illegally charged with a crime instead of a civil offense. the president is willing to ease up on this policy if he can get funding for the border wall. >> the democrats can come to us as they actually are, in all fairness we're talking to them, they can change the whole border security. >> mark brought his son to the protest, he got emotional talking about the controversy. >> it's not very american. i feel if my son was taken away, i'd want people to support us. i don't know. it gets me. i just think it's really wrong. >> reporter: this group vows to keep fighting.
in richmond, cornell bernard abc 7 news. >> five undocumented immigrants were killed in texas when their suv crashed while chased by border patrol. they saw the vehicle traveling and believed smuggling was taking place. there were 14 people inside, the driver a u.s. citizen was arrested. >> in a rare statement on policy issues, first lady melania trump weighed in on the crisis. through her spokesperson, it says in part, mrs. trump hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can come together on immigration form. meanwhile, laura bush said these images are eerily reminiscent of the japanese american interment camps of world war ii now considered to be one of the most shameful episodes in u.s.
history. be sure to down load the abc 7 news app for the latest developments on the border. at least three people are dead after a 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit japan. it was early in the morning as commuters were headed to work. there are reports of several more deaths that need confirmed. at least 41 people were injured. tens of thousands don't have power or water. a warning for parents to be on the look out for a man spotted taking pictures of young children throughout the bay area. kate larsen has the story you'll see only on abc 7 news. >> reporter: police tell me they are investigating and say the man claims to be an amateur photographer but parents on the peninsula and san francisco spotted him taking pictures and it's left them feeling uneasy.
>> he was sneaky, he didn't ask her missions. >> she saw a stranger taking pictures of her 3-year-old son while he was getting her face painted so she snapped two photos of the man, which we blurred because he has not been arrested. >> he's smiling and looking at my son in way that looked like he was pleased with himself. >> there was other photos on there but i don't want to get into what they were. >> reporter: did any of the photos concern you? >> not criminally. >> reporter: she reported the incident to nearby officers. lieutenant todd was at the fairgrounds and escorted the man off the fairgrounds. >> they are subject to being photographed but still we don't know why individuals would want to photograph kids. >> reporter: she's a face
painter at the fair and saw the confrontation. he said she's never spoken to him but seen him taking photos for years. >> he comes around and takes pictures of the fair. >> reporter: she posted her photographs on a private moms group and other moms said they've seen him at the fair and other places. >> reporter: this mom who does not want to be identified said he took a picture of her 2-year-old son while she was shopping last week. >> i had an icky feeling but i didn't want to be controversial. i wish i had said something in the moment but i didn't. >> reporter: now lieutenant meford said the man does not have a criminal record but they're going to investigate now they've heard from more parents. we have their phone number on our website abc 7.com.
>> arson investigators are asking santa rosa residents to call them if they know anything about a series of small fires that broke out overnight. six fires burned in dry brush, the largest about one quarter of an acre. flames never threatened any buildings but officials believe someone set those fires. >> suspicious activities because of the number of sets in a short time in a small proximity. >> the fires burned close to tracks used by the smart train but did not impact rail service. a doctor is under investigation after a patient complained she was physically and verbally abusive. that interaction caught on video. >> carolyn tyler has the story. >> sit up. sit up. i'm having you sit up. >> i can't sit up. >> reporter: this emergency room doctor is banned after she was caught on camera mocking and
cursing at one of her patients. >> i knew from when she said something to the security guard. i already knew from that point. i said, dad, can you please take your phone? i need you to take out your phone now because i have a feeling is going to happen. >> if i could get up i would. >> you should. this is ridiculous. >> i can't. you're not going to keep tugging me. >> he said he was rushed by ambulance to the hospital after collapsing during basketball practice monday and waited more than three hours to be seen. >> i'm sorry, sir, you were the least sick of all the people who are here who are dieing. >> he says he told the doctor he was numb, in extreme pain, and having trouble breathing. >> i just tried to inhale and told her i could not inhale. >> he can't inhale, wow, he must be dead. are you dead, sir? i don't understand. you are breathe just fine. >> reporter: he says from there the tension with dr. boothe
escalated unprovoked. >> you have changed your story every [bleep] time. >> reporter: the hospital ceo saying in a statement the physician's demeanor was unprofessional and not the standard we require of all who provide care. we have expressed our sincere apologies and are working directly with the patient on this matter. >> in my mind i don't think she should be practicing medicine at all. >> reporter: carolyn tyler abc 7 news. london breeder will be sworn in as mayor in a few weeks. the department of elections is processing about 2,400 ballots but last week the former state senator conceded the race. she received the most ranked votes. today on abc 7 mornings breed said she's going to hit the ground running. >> campaign is over, let's move forward, let's work together.
and i truly believe that we have a number of members of the board of supervisors who really care about san francisco and care about getting the job done and we will work together to do that. >> in her first 100 days breed says she wants to remove all tent encampments and get people into housing and wants to hire more police officers. still ahead, a local band trying to stay positive tonight. >> we kind of have to laugh because you'll cry and we don't need to cry. >> next, the group trying to take the theft of all their gear in stride and how you can help. a massive predator washes ashore at a santa cruz beach. the investigation into how this 500 pound shark died. we are wrapping up a sunny day across the region. tonight clouds are rolling in but warmer weather rolls in as well. the
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. a san francisco band is returning home after a heartbreaking road trip. all of their gear was stolen from their hotel parking lot at the beginning of their tour lilian kim has their story. >> reporter: things have been going well for the stone foxes. they just came out with a sicnge and one of their songs was in a bud wiser commercial. but they had a set back. they just played in dallas when they woke up to find all of their equipment gone.
>> everything. >> reporter: he said their gear was stored inside a trailer. he said the van was insured but everything in the trailer, valued at $70,000 wasn't. >> your heart drops out. you have to laugh or you'll cry. >> reporter: the stone foxes recovered a few of their items found at a musical instrument store. but everything else is missing. the group did stay on tour borrowing from bands. they started a gofundme page, and fans with con tributed, including sammy hay gar. >> we thought they were joking. but he posted about it, and what a sweet man. >> reporter: they now have insurance covering their gear and plan to take the most
valuable and sentimental items with them. a great white shark washed up on a beach in santa cruise county this morning. you're looking at a picture of how big the shark is. he's covered with several gashes and cuts. a shark researcher doesn't think any of the wounds killed the shark. the animal is at a lab where a pathologist will try to determine what killed it. >> berkeley's last video rental store closed after being in business for 40 years. abc 7 news was there when customers rented movies for the last time. the owner bought the store in the 1980s when vhs was high-tech. he said it included three generations on some families and reflects how it feels to go out of business. >> it's a strange day. i've known it's coming. but when it's upon you, you feel different. you feel different. you know, mixed emotions.
>> five star plans an encore for next month. that's when the video store will sell off its collection of dvds. >> talk about a gorgeous day to listen to some music outside. the 81st season of the stern grow festival in san francisco was kicked off today. there are free concerts every sunday at 6:00 p.m. >> one of my favorite songs is "feel the fire" let's see weather wise. >> we'll see warmer air move in especially as we head toward the latter portion of the seven day forecast. tonight it's all about that cloud cover returning across the region. live doppler 7 showing you the gray cover on your screen is the cloud cover on your coast and will spill in around the bay over the next 12 hours or so. atop pier 15. you can see san francisco has
that canopy of low cloud cover overhead so a lot of us waking up to the gray skies first thing. the biggest difference you'll notice today, not nearly as windy as you were yesterday. winds right now, light in nature, most spots in the bay area have less than 10 miles per hour winds and the winds remain light tomorrow as well. 58 right now in oakland, 57 in san francisco with the cloud cover overhead. 56 in santa rosa, 52 in san jose. brentwood one of the mild spots with a temperature of about 65 degrees. the next 12 hours, the big story is the cloud cover, no drizzle expected over the next 12 hours. we'll remain dry. mid 50s to low 50s, your starting temperatures at the door tomorrow morning. here's the bigger picture. the reason we were a little breezy and cooler than normal over the weekend, the area of
low pressure to our east brought in that cooler air from the north, that is getting out of here and off to the east. what's replacing it, a big area of high pressure off the coast. this will be the muscle maker of the forecast. it will bring about warmer weather across the region. but 7:00 on your monday morning zoom in closer show you where the canopy of cloud cover is. across into the east bay, oakland, hayward, san francisco. patchy cloud cover as far south as fremont. it quickly pulls back to the coast mid-morning. you see that cloud cover early on monday, temperature starting out in the 50s, but by lunchtime, sunshine out there. mid 70s and by 4:00 it's a nice afternoon with our warmest spots not too hot in the mid to low
80s. afternoon sunshine in san jose, 74 for fremont, breezy in san francisco. 76 in santa rosa. the seven day forecast. tomorrow some morning clouds to sunshine. we warm up more on tuesday. it's a wide range around here. 60s on the coast but 90s inland. stay mild wednesday into thursday for the official start of summer. but warmer air arrives friday and into the upcoming weekend, saturday and sunday, lots of sunshine, warm to hot across the region. >> 98 constitutes burst into flames, eric. >> that's warm. we'll feel the fire. >> we'll feel that for sure. still ahead,
well, the match was in russia, but abc 7 news was in san juan where a big crowd watched mexico defeat germany 1-0. the san juan east lake golf clubs are hosting watch parties at the stadium for every match. >> it brings everybody together. it makes sense when mexico wins. how everybody comes together, puts everything aside to watch the win. >> how about this, in mexico city, fans jumping in celebration caused sensors to detect an art efficient east lake golf club -- earthquake. it was 1-nil, not one zilch. >> i don't know the soccer terms. >> anthony flores is here with more on sports. >> plenty of golf capacity for the u.s. open. tiger never did
abc 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> one of the hardest things to do at the u.s. open is go back-to-back, today brooks koepka became is seventh player ever to repeat as champion. final round at shinnecock hills, koepka third hole for birdie and the lead. tommy fleetwood had four bogeys and a bird on the front nine. then the second shot to the par 4, 13th. he moves to 4 over. on 15 he makes his fourth straight, got to two over. gave him a shot at the lowest round in a u.s. open.
he had this birdie putt on 18. a misread, slides by, 7 under 63 in the clubhouse at 2 over. brooks koepka even par in the tournament. trouble on 11 makes that nice bogey putt there, gets it back on 16. this greet approach on the par 5. got to even par and a two-stroke lead. ended with a one-stroke victory. he is the first back-to-back winner of the u.s. open since 1989. the giants will be getting plenty of home cooking they play the next 20 of 26 games at at&t park. great day to bring pops to the ballpark. top one, two outs, nick hundley goes hard. his eighth of the year. brandon belt came back after missing two weeks recovering from an appendectomy.
that's a homer. giants go up 4-1. that was plenty for stratton. the giants avoid the sweep 4-1. the a's and angels at the coliseum. oakland had a 2-0 lead. but then tied in the third. in the third,he angels take a two runlead. marcus siemian leads things off with a solo bomb, cut it is lead down to 5-4. their final out. chris cannon with a home run in the second. that scores dustin fouler, head to extras. bases loaded and one out. jonathan lucroy nearly hits a grand slam. that's a winner and the a's win the game 6-5. >> for us to take two out of three for them and make up for that astros series, that's huge for us to get on this flight,
enjoy the off day tomorrow and get back out against the padres. >> the sports report is brought to you by river rock 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. live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> good evening i'm eric thomas. >> i'm dion lim. in tonight's headlines at least three people died when an earthquake shook japan. officials say the 9-year-old girl was killed when the wall collapsed on her.
it hit during the rush hour in the osaka area. people protest, one of the rallies took place where i.c.e. holds people in richmond. several are demanding that president trump end the policy. at least 22 peole are recovering after being wounded when a gun fight broke out at an arts festival in new jersey. >> one suspect died, another faces several charges. we have more from trenton, new jersey. >> reporter: the cell phone video captures the panic and chaos. >> this is truly a tragedy for trenton. >> reporter: around 2:45 sunday morning police say at least two suspects begin shooting at each other. >> rescue north and south medic. >> reporter: the crowd of 1,000 is caught in the middle of their gun fight. at least 22 are injured,
including a 13-year-old boy. irving was shot four times in the leg. >> it was burning. it hurt. it hurts now. >> reporter: one of the shooters was shot and killed on the scene. 23-year-old aamir armstrong is in custody and facing charges. the event turned into a violent tragedy. local leaders are demanding action. >> this isn't just a random act of violence, this is a public health issues. >> i was very surprised in an area that's supposed to be a safe space and area, it's very disheartening. >> reporter: the community is promising not to give up. in a statement organizers say our hearts ache but our dedication and resolve to building a better trenton will never fade. police stress they do not think the festival was a target in any way.
here's a moment that took our breath away. security camera footage showing part of a ceiling crashing down at china. it happened inside the mountain tourist center. rescuers freed people trapped under the debris. at least nine people were hurt. at the white house, president trump back on the attack against robert mueller, amid a new headline involving a new associate. roger stone revealing he had contact with a russian national during the election who promised dirt on hillary clinton in exchange for $2 million. stone insisting the deal never went down, claiming it was an fbi setup. >> reporter: tonight, new revelations of yet another previously undisclosed meeting between a trump loyalist and a russia. abc news confirming a "the washington post" story that roger stone met with the russian in miami in may of 2016. the man who called himself henry
greenberg allegedly offered damaging information on hillary clinton in exchange for $2 million. we spoke to stone on the phone. >> i thought the meeting was ludicrous, $2 million for unspecified documents. i had no interest, i knew he would have no interest. never mention today him or anyone in his campaign. >> reporter: he reached out to an associate with the trump campaign who then set up the meeting. did you ever see or witness any contacts with the russians? if. >> no, not at all. nobody ever asked me about russia. nobody ever spoke to me about how russia might help. >> reporter: stone said he ultimately did not agree to pay for the dirt on clinton. the president's lawyer, rudy giuliani, claiming that the president was not aware of the contact. >> i haven't talked to roger. he's never talked to the president about it, so where's the collusion. he said it was a waste of time. >> stone told abc news, i never discussed this approach which i
now believe was an fbi set up with donald trump. stone and caputo both alleging that it was an fbi trap. that greenburg reportedly worked as an informant. the latest interaction means at least 11 trump associates admitted to having contact with the russians during the campaign or presidential transition since the mueller investigation again. today the president tweeting witch hunt there was no russian collusion. >> this is a case where it's crying out for someone to investigate the investigators. people in a town in western massachusetts have solved what they thought was a crime. flags began disappearing from veterans' graves, it was reported to workers who would replace the flags but then find them gone again. the mystery was solved when someone saw a flag disappear. the culprit a woodchuck.
>> i saw him jump on the flag and pull it out of the holder. >> residents are thankful it wasn't a cruel act of vandalism. >> in san juan where people are looking to size down where they live. at least one shopper believes buying a tiny house and moving out of california can be more affordable than continuing to pay rent in the bay area. >> i travelled to norway and finland and saw container homes that were absolutely fabulous. so i thought if there is a company that makes them here, i might be interested. >> many of the tiny homes costs tens of thousands of dollars and if that sounds like a bargain, you do still have to rent or buy land to keep it. still ahead, meet the stranger turned hero this father's day, how a dad helped a mom when she needed it most.
can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future.
abc 7 news joined thousands of people in alameda for a father's day weekend tradition midway rides and other attractions took other fr this year's edition of island jam. it provides a way for residents to kick off the summer. it's sponsored by alameda's chamber of commerce. >> this father, the stranger as hero. >> the man taking one family's terrifying moment forging a forever bond. >> reporter: on this roadway, two complete strangers met under the worst possible circumstance. >> i'm holding my baby and his mouth was so blue.
to where i didn't know -- i don't know what to do at this point. >> reporter: her son justin, jr. had passed out in here car, she slammed the brakes, panicking on the side of the road. that's when john province spotted her. >> she handed me her child and said he can't breathe. >> reporter: province who has cpr training jumped into action. >> give me a cry. >> reporter: working on the child until paramedics arrive. >> we finally hear the cry coming from the ambulance. after i heard that, i had chills and relief. >> reporter: it doesn't end there. after husband job, province went to the hospital to drop off toys for just in. >> when i saw him, the first thing i thought of was my daughter. >> reporter: and this father's day, vanessa sending john this message.
thank you it's hard not to cry. thank you. and happy father's day. >> happy father's day! >> happy father's day indeed. let's check in with drew tuma and see what the weather looks like for the coming week. >> tonight, guys you have the cloud cover rolling in if you want cooler temperatures. a live look from pier 15, showing you we have mostly cloudy skies over san francisco. we're running a few degrees warmer right now than yesterday. that's going to be the trend over the next couple days, warmer weather move in each and every afternoon. overnight tonight overcast skies in most spots. temperatures falling back into the mid if not low 50s in the next 12 hours. but the cloud cover greets many of us first thing in the morning. you can see the region dealing with the cloud cover.
we'll see partly cloudy skies in the second base around san juan. the afternoon is going to be a lot of sunshine for all of us. see the clouds fall back to the coast. 67 in san francisco, 80 in san juan, about 82 for concord and santa rosa up to about 76 degrees. those numbers climb more as you head into tuesday. tuesday afternoon you see warmest spots inland going into the upper 80s to mid 90s. along the shoreline we're holding in the 70s and 80s. warmer weather on tuesday. we stay mild midweek before the numbers take off friday. where 90s will be the name of the games. a look at sports. >> good for the oakland
by river rok casino. >> dub nation had a baller alert this week. the warriors are working out players with the draft coming up on thursday. among them le-angelo ball. yes, the same one who was caught shoplifting in china and left ucla. he's 6'5", 230 pounds, hoping to get drafted but most teams likely will have concerns about his father. >> i get questions about my dad. but like i tell everybody, that's him. talk to him about what he says, they could. if they ask what he says bother me, i'm going to say no because it doesn't. he's going to say what he wants. >> as long as his game can speak for itself, i think teams are going to give him a look but that's a big question if he can't. murray was one of the best athletes in the draft that's why they selected him in the draft but he's also a quarterback for
the sooners. on friday he agreed to a deal with the a's. they're still going to let him play football this fall. after the season he will hang up the helmet and join the a's full time. >> i worked hard to be the quarterback at the university of oklahoma for me that's a huge deal the organization let me do that and come back and play baseball it was a big deal. >> it was a deal breaker if he didn't go back and play at the university of oklahoma. he's fun to watch on a football field and he'll be fun to watch on a baseball field. you just don't find -- it's neat he gets to do both and the country gets to see both but we're going to get the best years. he'll have a great baseball career. >> i don't believe in jinks so i'll say it, don't get hurt. oakland has a a a a a a
then the angels took the lead. marcus siemian leads it off with a solo shot makes it 5-4. final out, chris cannon, who had a home run in the second comes through with a single here. that plates dustin fowler. we head to bonus ball. lucroy nearly hits a grand slam, that is a walk off winner and the a's take the game 6-5. >> for us to take two and make up for the astros series, that's huge for us to enjoy the flight, get back out there against the padres. giants in l.a.. top one, two out, nick hundley see you later, that's a two run shot. his eighth of the year. the giants up two love. brandon belt back yesterday after missing two weeks recovering from an appendectomy.
i think he's feeling already. 4-1 giants more than enough for chris stratton, gave up a run with three hits and three strikeouts in six innings of work. giants avoid the sweep, 4-1 the final. the most talked about moment at the u.s. open was yesterday when phil mickelson broke the rules. his ball was rolling possibly off the green, he went and hit it. many called for him to be disqualified. he was not, so he played 13 again. it's a par 4, his third shot from the bunker, that was sensational. yesterday he finished with a ten on the hole. today he was able to save par. halleluj hallelujah, that was his reaction. lefty finished minus one on the day and 16 over par for the tournament. world cup action. mexico kicking it against the
defending champion, germany. 25th minute, stops, shoots and scores. germany has the chance to tie it late, the shot goes off the post. mexico pulls off the upset, your final 1-0. this report is brought to you by river rock casino. getting back to the u.s. open, pebble beach on the clock because next year it's here. which is great for the pebble beach tournament in february because even though the courses play differently in february and june, all the big names that don't play that tournament will likely be here to get a look at pebble beach. >> quickly before we go tonight, another big name we should mention at the end of our newscast. drew tuma. our producer is telling us possibly we're allowed to sing happy birthday. >> take it away. >> how come nobody is joining me? are we allowed to?
>> the european union copy right expired last year. i'm not sure about yours. >> we can say it, happy birthday. >> let's think it. >> thanks, guys. >> yes. happy birthday. >> three minutes left. >> birthday week, birthday month. >> if we sing the stevie wonder version we definitely have to pay. i'm dion lim. >> i'm eric thomas. news continues tomorrow