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>> announcer: good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. this is "abc 7 mornings." thanks for joining us on this sunday, july 15th. i'm chris nguyen in for carolyn tyler. we're after to a cool start across the bay area. changes are on the way. meteorologist drew tuma is in for meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, chris. the gray contour on your screen is gray cloud cover and fog. we're stuck in the upper 50s to low 60s. inland east bay hills picture showing you the fog cascading on the hills. by noon we did expect those clouds to pull back to the coast, although the coast will stay with the clouds for much of
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the day. we'll take a look at how hot we get later on today in a few minutes, chris. >> drew, thanks. chp is investigating a crash that left two people dead and three others with major injuries in the east bay. it happened just after 10:30 last night in castro valley near the intersection of brentwood and marciel. officers found a red mitsubishi on its roof. there were five people inside who had to be extricated. >> a deer was in the runway, according to the driver. the driver swerved, left the roadway, and hit an embankment which caused the vehicle to overturn on its roof. >> the chp said one woman who died was 58 years old. the other is 25. officers say alcohol is not suspected. it's unclear if speed was a factor in the crash. an east bay firefighter is undergoing extensive surgery this morning after being attacked by a pitbull during a
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rescue. alameda county fire battalion chief john whiting is dealing with some gruesome injuries to his face. he helped rescue two people and 18 dogs from a house fire in unincorporated san leandro. abc 7 news reporter katie utehs has more. >> reporter: john whiting rescued this man's autistic brother last year. saturday morning, whiting needed rescuing from a pitbull attack. witnesses shared this video of the dog before the incident. >> i hope he'll be all right. i pray thatill be. >> it was after the firefight, and something we weren't expecting during part of the investigation. >> reporter: while whiting interviewed the 15-year-old fire victim, her dog, which was leashed at the time, bit him in the face. it caused severe injuries. >> he was two to threet away
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from the gal. for whatever reason, the dog jumped up and attacked our battalion chief. >> that is so sad. that means she didn't have no control over that dog, seriously. >> reporter: chp escorted the battalion chief from eden hospital here to stanford where he will undergo surgeries for his injuries. >> he'll have to go through many, many surgeries. >> reporter: firefighters say two people and 18 pitbulls from the home in unincorporated san leandro were rescued. two dogs died in the fire. >> there were young aer pups, and older dogs. >> reporter: the sheriff's office is investigating animal cruelty as well as the attack itself. the other dogs are in the custody of animal control. katie utehs, abc 7 news. firefighters throughout the state are grieving the loss of a
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cal-fire bulldozer operator killed on the front lines of a fire in yosemite national park. 36-year-old braden varney died when his bulldozer overturned at the ferguson fire. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. varney was a beloved member of cal-fire, following in his father's footsteps in joining the agency. his peers are devastated by his death. >> it will be hard for the unit to process the loss. but we all know in the world of firefighting, it is a difficult job, it is a dangerous job. >> the ferguson fire has burned 1,000 acres since it started friday night on the west side of the park. it has led to evacuations and contained.i-40. county fully contained this morning. cal-fire hopes to have the fire completely out later today. the fire started two weeks ago, burning 90,000 acres and
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destroying 20 buildings. an improperly installed electric livestock fence is being blamed for starting that fire. a man and woman are under arrest this morning after police say they stole a sacramento fire truck and led police on a wild chase. and the whole thing was caught on camera. [ sirens ] the two-hour chase ended near lake oroville. it started when police say the suspects took the truck as firefighters were battling a grass fire in rio linda, north of sacramento. the truck has some damage including to its front wheel. the sacramento fire department told "the sacramento bee" the truck is worth $1 million. the chp is looking for help in solving a shooting in the east bay that injured three people. we first told you about it yesterday on "abc 7 mornings" officers had to shut down eastbound interstate 880 at berkeley. the three victims were in
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serious condition at last check. their names have not been released. investigators are looking into what led up to the shooting. we have learned the victim of a deadly on the job accident outside a church in palo alto was a teenager. palo alto online reports the 17-year-old from newark died after being trapped under a bobcat vehicle outside crossroads community church thursday morning. asphalt company kc paving was doing ceiling work in the church's parking lot at the time. cal osha is now investigating. police are looking this morning for the vandal who targeted a mural of carlos santana. abc 7 news was at the mural at 19th and mission in san francisco's mission district. someone threw white paint onto the artwork. the artist, mel waters, returned to repair the damage. an activist says the vandalism is an insult to the latino
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community. >> when you look at this damage that's been done, we know that it's somebody that purposely came with white paint and threw it on the face of carlos santana. >> roberto hernandez says it's important not to let an incident like this one divide the community. a long time journalist is stepping down as publisher of "the east bay express" and four other publications after using the "n" word during a staff meeting. he issued a statement saying, "the cruel caricature i see of myself on social media does not reflect who i am but i have sadly come to the conclusion that i cannot defend myself without endangering the journalism that is my legacy." the california democratic party is endorsing senator feinstein's rival in the november election. she had asked the party to stay neutral in the race but the board opted to back fellow democrat kevin de leon, currently a member of the state
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senate. he faces an uphill battle to unseat feinstein. he's trying to sell himself as a fresh face who is more progressive. the endorsement means the par s promote de leon in the election. the man who founded burning man was honored at the castro theater. larry harvey died back in april. >> reporter: the man with the hat, larry harvey, inspired a culture only some would understand. in 1986, he and a friend ignited a wooden he have the popularity spread like wildfire. >> there's 500, then a thousand, 2,000. then the art was always there. but it grew. >> reporter: and it relocated to black rock city, nevada, a destination and outlet for tens of in the course of burners who embraced this community, cultivated by harvey. for brett roncelli, this
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lifestyle led to love. >> i met young lady in 2001 and married her six days later. we've been married now 17 years when we go out. >> reporter: this story and so many others being shared at saturday night's celebration of life and harvey's legacy. and in true burning man fashion, burners added to this altar, which will be ignited in late august. >> i think of larry harvey as a case study for what it means to be a human being. >> reporter: many saturday tipping their hat to the man with the hat. >> he would hate to have this much attention given to him and lauded on him. but we are doing it anyway, because he's not here to complain about it. but also it's really important for us to recognize as a group, as a community, what he did for us. >> reporter: at the castro theater, abc 7 news. >> burning man officials say there will be no fences around major burns this year. this follows the death of a man last year after officials say he deliberately ran into the flames
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of a wooden effigy. officials say there will be additional safety measures like protective barriers of volunteers. join abc 7 news for aids walk san francisco. the opening ceremony starts at 9:45 this morning at golden gate park. aids walk san francisco has raised more than $90 million for hiv programs and services in the bay area over the last 31 years. abc 7 news anchor dan ashley will be a part of today's event. abc 7 news is a proud sponsor of this year's walk. drew tuma is here with a preview of the accuweather forecast. you're looking ahead to aids walk. >> we are. >> chilly this morning, grab the jacket, you'll be okay. >> we'll get that sunshine this afternoon. our exploratorium camera shows san francisco decked out in clouds. the forecast is coming up. a bear creeps up to a family's house in lake tahoe. what the animal did that has a woman saying she wishes her kids
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thanks for choosing abc 7 news this sunday morning. we're taking a look at alcatraz, it'll gray right now. drew will return to let us know whether to expect sun in the accuweather forecast. heads up from b.a.r.t. this
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morning, crews are doing construction work at macarthur station, replacing tiles on the platform. 20 minutes behind schedule. in palo alto, a passionate plea from the founders of a popular nonprofit cafe. as operational costs soar, there's growing concern how much longer the business can operate in its current capacity. >> can i get a sunrise? >> at the mitchell park community center, there's a social enterprise that many are calling a difference-maker. >> i see these young men and women having an opportunity to contribute and be a part of something. that's why i love ada's. >> the hughes family started a e ada's because they wanted to empower adults with disabilities. they've been operating in palo alto for four years. an assistant manager in training, todd, takes great pride in his work. >> my favorite part is seeing all the customers and regulation that come in every day. >> but now the cafe could soon be faced with closing its doors.
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in addition to a rise in food and labor costs, the new landlord of ada's commercial kitchen in mountain view where some of the food for the cafe is made recently hiked the rent by 60%. it's been a challenging combination to navigate. >> we compete every day against some of the largest, best-known brands in the business, because we're a quality cafe operation. >> ada's is grateful for the support they've received over the years. now they're hoping more people will stop by to show some love, whether dropping by to dine or simply to make a donation. >> get to go work alongside some truly amazing people. they teach me something every day. they learn something from me. and it's this great symbiotic relationship. i wouldn't trade it for the world. >> a special place where good food and community will hopefully meet for years to come. >> just being able to come in and see the sense of community was really nice. and the workers are very nice as well.
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>> no contribution too small for a nonprofit that says it will continue to dream big. in 2017, ada's was named as the small business of the year by the california state assembly. if you would like to donate, we've posted a link on our website, a lake tahoe woman let a curious bear know what its limits were. >> no, no! no. go! go away! >> no, no, no. the christiansen family was about to walk their dog when they encountered the bear exploring their front yard. britney christiansen yelled at the bearm. she sa s wishes her kids diuld obey her like a mom popn valley is taking on google. they say google refuses to take down a review written by an online troll.
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abc 7 news' dion lim has more. >> reporter: bombarded by our questions, google's attorney doesn't have a lot to say. >> i'm disappointed the court wouldn't even allow me to speak. >> reporter: as owner of a small family-run charter winery, she took google to court for negative comments, comparing her business to a toilet and much worse from someone she calls an online troll. >> worst wine i ever had, rubbery, tasted boxed. >> reporter: nearly all of their reviews are five-star. the one-star reviews and comments she believes are from the same person using different aliases. some are lewd. >> this one says my bottle of wine had the same taste as a geriatric -- >> reporter: you can't repeat them on tv. she says they violate google's guidelines. >> what's the point of these rules if they don't enforce them? it's a free for all. >> reporter: those harassing
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comments, between 30 to 50 of them, according to an e-mail sent by google to leila, do not violate their guidelines, and they suggest she have a good day. she says she had no choice but to take google to court. the tech giant successfully got the case dismissed based on a federal rule where the third party, the commenter, must be present. i asked if the online reviewer is a bully. >> google is morally bankrupt. >> reporter: we reached out to google and didn't receive a response. because you can't take someone to small claims court a maximum of five times, leila says she'll keep fighting on behalf of small business owners everywhere. dion lim, abc 7 news. time now, 9:19 a.m. we continue to track this early morning marine layer. live doppler 7 showing you a fair amount of cloud cover. that's the great shaigd you see on your screen, from the north bay to the south bay. it's pretty thick along the coastline. a live look at our golden gate
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bridge camera showing overcast skies along much of the bay right now. through the coming hours, that cloud cover will break down. 56, good morning in san francisco, at this current hour. 64 in san jose. 61 in hayward. napa checking in with a temperaturdeofgrees. winds right now generally on the light side, less than ten miles an hour. the only exception, fairfield through the delta. a strong breeze gusting to 26 at this hour. we anticipate the wind to calm down and the afternoon is not nearly as breezy as we were yesterday. we'll show you sfo right now. we have arriving delays into sfo because of the cloud cover, about 50 minutes at this hour. later on today, big story later on, decreasing clouds. the sun going down at 8:31 p.m. you can track the temperatures hour by hour from the palm of your hand on your smartphone, download the abc 7 news app. 61 degrees first pitch
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temperature. 4:00, we'll warm to 63 degrees later on today. highs across the area, 90 in livermore, warmest spots inland. 90 in antioch as well. 89 for concord. san jose, 89 degrees. san francisco, we're up to 66 with a bit of a breeze. 72 in oakland later today. santa rosa up to 86 degrees this afternoon. if you're going to the coast, we have the cloud cover right now. we'll get some afternoon sunshine. but the uv index is on the extreme side today. so wear that sunscreen. santa cruz, the boardwalk about 75 today. ocean beach, about 62. ocean water temperature has been warming, we're up to 60 degrees right now. traveling today, the central valley will be hot later this afternoon. fresno, 105. palm springs, if you're headed south, up to 111. it will be hot in the desert. back here at home, overnight tonight, we'll have the cloud cover reemerging from the coast and around the bay. i don't think it will be as widespread as right now, we'll see some coastal drizzle as
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well. 54 overnight tonight in oakland. antioch dropping to 59 degrees later tonight. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the next seven days, the fog is dense in spots on this early morning. we'll have afternoon sunshine, a nice afternoon shaping up to finish out the weekend. monday, a warmer afternoon. we'll bump up those temperatures by four or even five degrees. we'll keep that pattern going on tuesday. wednesday, mid-week, that typical summer spread. by thursday i will track some humidity on the rise thanks to monsoonal moisture. some high clouds moving in. it will be humid and hot inland on friday. look at that, nearing triple digits to end out the week. the heat will hold on on saturday. we've got isolated shower on friday but nothing widespread. >> a little somethingthanks. she grabbed ahold of my wrist and said please, please help me. >> just ahead, what a quick thinking central valley gas station clerk did next that has
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a coin store in santa rosa has been hit again by robbers. this time an employee barely escaped injury after one of the suspects fired a gun. three thieves struck big oak plaza coins at 9:15 saturday morning. one of the robbers fired at an employee. there have been several robberies at the same store over
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the past two months. detectives are trying to see if the robberies are connected. this morning, a stanislaus county gas station clerk is being called a hero. she sprung into action when a woman pleaded for help to hide from her kidnappers. abc 7 news reporter marci gonzalez has the details. >> reporter: she appears calm as she walks into this northern california gas station. this morning we're learning the utter fear she was masking. the conversation she's seen here having with this cashier actually a desperate plea for help. >> she grabbed ahold of my wrist and said, please, please help me, they kidnapped, they have two guns in the car. >> reporter: that clerk, savannah pritchard, acting fast, locking the front door, casually walking the woman into the restroom and locking her inside after giving her a cellphone to call 911. >> i knew if i left the door locked, they would have caught on to something and probably took off. i went back and unlocked the door. they seriously had no idea that
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i knew anything. >> reporter: minutes later, officers storm in, guns drawn, arresting 18-year-old anthony sandoval and eventually three juvenile suspects, allegedly finding a gun in the store, another in the suspect's car. investigators are saying two of the suspects corroborated the victim's claim that she had been kidnapped a day earlier, 90 miles away in fresno, and sexually assaulted. >> the victim had in fact tried to reach out to several people during the whole ordeal, and nobody was willing or able to help her. so the quick thinking of the clerk at the convenience store really helped for us to bring this case to a head and get these suspects into custody. >> i don't want to be called a hero. i'm very thankful i got to help that girl and i'm very thankful she's home safe with her family. >> reporter: the sheriff's office says the suspects have gang affiliations and face a list of charges including armed robbery, sexual assault, and kidnapping, and are expected in court in the next few days. marci gonzalez, abc 7 news, los
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angeles. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," president trump is heading to finland for a summit with vladimir putin. what could come out of his sit-down between the superpowers. also emotions are running high in chicago this morning. the incident involving police that ignited a huge protest. the employee of the year, anna. [music playing] (vo) progress is in the pursuit. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on seri se of audi sales event.
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at the marine mammal center, the environment is everything. we want to do our very best for each and every animal, and we want to operate a sustainable facility. and pg&e has been a partner helping us to achieve that. we've helped the marine mammal center go solar,
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install electric vehicle charging stations, and become more energy efficient. pg&e has allowed us to be the most sustainable organization we can be. any time you help a customer, it's a really good feeling. it's especially so when it's a customer that's doing such good and important work for the environment. together, we're building a better california. good morning east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc 7 mornings." thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. we're starting this half hour weather. meteorologist drew tuma is tracking the conditions. hi, drew. >> hi, countrie chris. we're seeing clearer skies in the south bay and inland at this hour. temperature-wise, we had the sunshine, in the 70s. 66 in san jose. the cloud cover in san francisco and oakland holding us in the mi mid- if not upper 50s at this
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hour. a live look from our walnut creek camera, you can see sunshine overhead but clouds in the distance. later today, decreasing clouds. sunnier skies by the afternoon. we'll take a much closer look at how hot we get in the full accuweather forget in a few minutes, chris. >> drew, thank you. president trump is heading to finland for an historic face-to-face with russian president vladimir putin. the president took off from his golf club resort in scotland. he's saying he has low expectations for tomorrow's meeting. here is abc 7 news chief foreign correspondent terry moran. >> reporter: president trump hitting the links in scotland. he tweeted, my primary form of exercise. adding a twitter plug for his own trump turnberry resort. "this place is incredible." next up, helsinki, with a long history of east/west summitry.
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he tells abc 7 news he's keeping his expectations in check. >> i'm not going in with high expectations. i don't really -- i can't tell you what's going to happen. but i can tell you what i'll be asking for. and we'll see if something comes of it. >> reporter: the indictment of 12 russian military intelligence agents for hacking the democratic national committee and the clinton campaign in 2016 raises the stakes here and puts pressure on president trump to defend american democratic institutions. but as he showed again last week at nato, president trump claims there's not much he can do to deter putin. >> he may deny it. it's one of those things. all i can do is say, "did you," and "don't do it again." but he may deny. you'll be the first to know. >> reporter: today with cbs news, he blames president obama as some of obama's own aides have, for not stopping the haking and blames the democrats themselves for being hacked. >> again, this was during the obama administration. they were doing whatever it was during the obama administration. and i heard that they were trying or people were trying to
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hack into the rnc too, the republican national committee. but we had much better defenses. i've been told that by a number of people. we had much better defenses so they couldn't. i think the dnc should be ashamed of themselves for allowing themselves to be hacked. >> reporter: but democrats, wary of a scheduled one on one trump/putin meeting, no aides involved, are calling for this summit to be canceled altogether. >> if he and his team are not willing to make the subject of this indictment, of russian interference, a top priority in the helsinki meeting, then the meeting should be canceled. >> reporter: terry moran, abc news. protests erupted after chicago police shot and killed a man on the city's south side. police say officers confronted a man who appeared to have a weapon. the man started flailing and swinging his arms and trying to run away. that's when at least one officer shot him. police recovered a weapon at the scene but say the man did not fire his gun at officers.
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about 100 people confronted police near last night's shooting scene. >> crowds afterwards were very -- they were combative somewhat to the police officers, throwing things. i know that they're very passionate about things that happen in the community, especially when it's dealing with the police. but it got a little bit out of hand. several arrests were made. >> police say at least four people were arrested, and four officers were injured with rocks and bottles. new developments out of haiti this morning, where violent protests over a gas price hike have led to the resignation of the prime minister. at least two people have died in the riots so far. the prime minister was behind the proposal to raise gas prices by 38%, kerosene by 47%, and diesel by 51%. haiti's parliament had planned to hold a vote of no confidence. but the prime minister opted to resign yesterday. the government has temporarily
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suspended the increases to fuel prices. as the soccer team and its coach rescued from a cave in thailand recover, their story is being turned into a work of art. more than 300 artists are creating a mural in chiang rai, telling the story of the rescue. there are portraits of the former thai navy s.e.a.l. who died during the mission. once completed, it will be displayed at a museum. there are plans to place a statue of the diver who died at the entrance of the cave to commemorate his sacrifice. meditation is credited with helping the thai soccer team survive. the team's coach reportedly led the boys through several sessions. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow spo woodrow has more. >> reporter: the coach had been a buddhist among for decades. the medical director for the institute of health and healing in san francisco says a medicine
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tave state helps you identify the thoughts, feelings, and perceptions of your mind so they don't distract you. >> so if you're in a cave, you're only in a cave if you think you're in a cave. >> reporter: he says in a meditative state, you can achieve states that you otherwise couldn't, because you use muscles in your chest and neck, burning calories. >> over time you feel like you're in more danger. >> reporter: where is in a relaxed state, you're conserving energy. >> they didn't make it harder for themselves, when they become their own problem. >> reporter: he says we can all benefit from meditation, whether waiting for the results of a medical test or the outcome of a job interview. >> you're at a level of stress and upset about am i going to be okay and what will happen with me, that i'm not saying it's at the intensity of what the boys experienced, but it's a good surrogate to understand how useful a tool that would be able
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to damp down that reactivity would be for you. >> reporter: in san francisco, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. for art? the prestigious festival taking place today in the bay area. but first, we're taking a live look outside from our east bay hills camera. you can see the clouds slowly rolling through.
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good morning, everyone. we're taking a live look outside from our camera along the coast down in santa cruz. you can see a little windy out there as well as the fog. it is rolling through this part of the coast. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist drew tuma coming up in just a little bit. happen today, another edition of sunday streets in san francisco. the event returns to the mission district for a second round of
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car-free streets. it provides open space for kids to run, bike, and play. sunday streets will celebrate the mission's rich history, giving residents and visitors a chance to experience the area's murals, arts and businesses. today's event runs from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. also happening today, your last chance to enjoy one of the most prestigious glass and other crafts in the nation. fine and functional art will be splay displayed. admission is free. the event runs from 10:00 until 5:00 at the palo alto arts center. drew tuma is here now with a preview of the accuweather forecast and some changes ahead for the workweek. >> we do, at least today we'll see sunnier afternoon skies. but the week ahead features warmer weather. we'll have the forecast, coming up. also ahead, the steph curry
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shimmy is back. you see it there. you see it there. will another bay area
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thanks for start your day with abc 7 news news. a live look at san francisco international airport. flights are delayed by 15 to 20 minutes. drew has the full forecast coming up.
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san francisco is honoring a local basketball legend by kicking off a major project to upgrade a playground. ♪ abc 7 news was in chinatown as the lion dance was performed at willie wu wong playground. the park will soon undergo a $6 million renovation. it's named after willie wong who propelled san francisco into the international spotlight. his son shared how his dad perfected the game at the very same park. >> my dad always told me practice, practice, practice. that's exactly what he did. all he did was come to the playground, throw it against the wall, and shoot, throw it against the wall and shoot. >> a sports writer gave wong the nickname because every time he scored, fans would cheer "woo woo." the a's are looking to play the giants at at&t park. the first pitch is at 1:05 p.m.
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they'll renew their rivalry again next weekend in oakland. one of the stars of the bay area team is at the top of the leaderboard in tahoe, but it's not steph curry. mindi bach has the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good sunday morning, everyone. game two of the bay bridge series was saturday night at at&t. just like game one, this one came down to the bullpens. but unlike game one, saturday night starters were both out by the fourth inning. the giants certainly dancing in their dugout, having fun. the a's took over to create their own mojo. bottom of the fourth, the rookie, steven dugger, a doubles machine. that brings hernandez to tie it up. in a pitch hit for jeff samarja, he connects on a slider. it puts the giants on top. brendan bell was called out on
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as reno about it between innings. belt got heated and then got tossed. still 3-2 in the seventh. mark kana in the pinch-hit, he crushed tony watson, the first ever pinch-hit home run, it put the a's on top, fans love it. it's all star against all star, swinging to end it with the tie and winning runs on base. the a's take the one-run victory. the bay bridge series is even at a game apiece. >> that's a pretty significant homer. you know, when it's cold, i mean, you hope to get it over the fence and he hit it more than halfway up. he's making the most of his opportunity. >> we had some chances there. i mean, we have bases loaded a couple of times. it was a good ball game, hard
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fought game. you need to tie the hit somewhere. they were pitching at a pretty good job tonight. the american century championship features athletes, comedians, and every so often golf happens. it's clear the personalities who show up for the lake tahoe event make it a fan favorite. stephan curry on 15 for birdie. you know what happens when curry makes a shot, you get the curry shimmy, the crowd loves that. he found a curry fan in the crowd and gave him an assist on the dunk. of course that hoop has to be about eight feet. my kids love to dunk on that. apparently curry hasn't outyou don't even that either. neither has aaron rodgers. he gets into a shooting contest with ray allen. curry nails this, that's what he does. why does he do this? running down the fairway. he's running a route for
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rodgers' perfect connection. the sharks' player is two strokes ahead heading into today's third and final round. suarez is starting the third and final game in the bay bridge series. we havet ettthe world cup final big sunday in sports. we'll bring it all to you starting at 5:00 right here on abc 7 sports. until then, have a great day. time now, 9:48 a.m. live doppler 7 along with satellite. we're seeing that cloud cover slowly break down this morning. still we're socked in along the coast. clearer skies are prevailing. san jose right now, a live look at the south bay an hour ago, we had nothing but gray skies overhead. the cloud cover has broken down. compare that to the bay right now. a live look fm our bay bridge cl have gray skies much of san francisco and oakland. we had that sunshine like the south bay.
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we're at 66 degrees right now. we're already at 73 in brentwood with sunny skies. that cloud cover early on limiting temperatures, 56 right now in san francisco. 58 in oakland. santa rosa currently 60 degrees. winds right now on the light side for the most part. the only exception through the delta fairfield, it's been gusting anywhere from 20 to 30 miles an hour. but the trend over the past hour is for those winds to back off. and the afternoon will feature light winds, 10 to 15 miles per hour. not nearly as breezy as yesterday. hour by hour, that cloud cover pulls right back to the coast. by 4:00, it's a very typical summer pattern around here. close to the coast, more in the way of cloud cover. away from the coast you have bright, sunny skies. highs today in our microclimate. starting in the south bay, sunshine into the afternoon. we go to 90 in morgan hills. 83 for san jose. milpitas up to about 79 later on today. along the peninsula, it is warm in palo alto, 78.
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the same in it redwood city. along the coastline, half moon bay, pacifica, cooler. 63 for the high in pacifica. downtown san francisco right now, we have clouds. it will give way to sunshine in the afternoon. 66 downtown. mosh more in the way of cloud cover. 87 for sonoma/napa. 94 in cloverdale. san rafael up to about 82. east bay, clouds giving way to sunshine in the afternoon. 78 the high in san leandro. 72 for oakland. 80 the high in castro valley. inland we're going into the upper 80s to low 90s this afternoon. 91 the high in brentwood. 87 in san ramon. overnight tonight, the cloud cover building right back in along the coast and in and around the bay. overnight lows in the 50s for the most part, 58 in san jose. 56 in oakland. 54 that low in san francisco. future tracker temperature,
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monday afternoon a little bit warmer inland. i think we'll go about four or five degrees warmer tomorrow than we are earlier this afternoon. 95 in antioch. 63 in san francisco. once again, that summer spread in full effect along the coastline. a carbon copy forecast into tuesday. wide range of temperatures, cool cost, 62 at the shoreline. you hop inland and you have those numbers rapidly increase into the low and mid-90s. the accuweather seven-day forecast will show you it's a pretty steady pattern the next couple of days. earlier this morning, dense fog, giving way to sunnier skies. monday, a warm afternoon, about four to five degrees warmer out there. tuesday we'll see a duplicate forecast, kind of carbon copy mother nature on repeat. the summer spread on wednesday. on thursday you'll feel it turn muggy, a little more humid as monsoonal moisture moves in in the form of high clouds. on friday, humid and rather hot inland, upper 90s. by saturday, fog and sunshine. the heat will hold on with
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temperatures above amble fverag this time of year. >> people can follow along with your forecast on the abc 7 news app. a teenage fan of prince harry and meghan markle created a hand-drawn portrait of their engagement photo. >> it's for you. i was told you couldn't accept gifts. >> as you can see, harry and meghan seemed flattered and grateful. in case you're wondering what it looks like, here it is. the 19-year-old said she finished it just in time for the royal wedding in may. next, still a few blockbuster video stores are left in the united states. it will be down to just one after this weekend. we'll tell you where the last one is located.
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here are the winning numbers from last night's power ball drawing. the winning numbers from last night's super lotto plus drawing. believe it or not, there are still blockbuster video stores that are open in the united states. but the last two stores in alaska are ending rentals tonight and will liquidate their inventory starting on tuesday. that will leave a lone holdout
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in oregon. that store's manager says things are looking good and the doors will be open for a while. one reason the stores may have lasted a little longer in alaska, some saying because internet access is expensive. it was cheaper to rent than to stream. >> i totally bel t rememberhe days, you know, you would run in, go to the new release section, hoard all the videos, and then you get the death glares from others. >> oh, you're the one. >> no shame. >> they always have to rewind it. >> it's a struggle that kids today will never understand. >> everything is cyclical, i bet you it will come back in a couple of decades. weather-wise, we're talking about that fog. it's pulling back to the coast at this hour. good news there. we'll see sunnier skies by the afternoon. temperature-wise, in the 60s and 70s along the coastline. our warmest spots inland going to the low 90s. by monday we'll jump those numbers up about four, maybe five degrees, and keep it there
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for tuesday as well. the bigger picture by thursday, you'll going to feel it like more humid out there. it feels muggy by friday, some high clouds. wind right now, breezy. expected to be 10 to 15 miles an hour. that's our roof cam in san francisco. >> drew, thank you. and thanks to you for joining us. for our entire abc 7 news team, i'm chris nguyen. the news continues now online, on twitter, facebook, and instagram. we'll leave you for now with a live look outside. abc 7 news returns at 5:00 p.m. you can see that cloud cover out there over the golden gate bridge. make it a great day, everybody.
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