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complex. the county wants to raze it for a parking lot. others say it would be ideal for temporary housing for up to 140 people. >> abc 7 news reporter david louie is live outside the abandoned san jose city hall annex where that battle is brewing. david? >> well, kristen and dan, solutions can be difficult to find when it comes to homelessness. santa clara county has approved ten new affordable or supportive housing projects using bond measure money that was a3r06ed by voters two years ago. however, housing advocates believe this abandoned building could be an ideal solution at relatively low cost to house the homeless on a temporary basis. the old san jose city hall annex is beyond saving. that's what county leaders say as they took reporters on a tour of the structure. the roof is in such bad shape, the substrate is soak and squ h squishy. extensive code upgrades would be needed after 12 years of gle new
england governor-elect. >> clearly bursting at the seams here. if we could have reused the building, we would have. >> the county plans to demolish the building to create park. however, housing advocates are stepping, in seeking a last-minute opportunity to turn the annex into temporary shelter for 120 to 140 homeless people. the man behind the idea is the president of garden city construction. >> the only reason we want to do this is because it's the right thing to do, period. period. >> the biggest challenge is a looming deadline. county supervisors plan to vote on demolition in two weeks. the demolition bid expires shortly after that. his plan is to leave the shell of the building alone while gutting the interior. the county says rehabilitation would be costly. >> you're looking sat somewhere in the 60, $70 million range just to bring it back to what it was as an office building. >> reporter: upgrades could add another 30%. housing advocates maintain the skill of the project would be minute map. >> small rooms, and not permanent affordable housing.
temporary housing only. >> the county allowed reporters and a crew inside to see conditions inside. but access for housing advocates has not been scheduled. the county does have plans in the future to revitalize the civic center area to include possibly affordable housing and perhaps some housing for homeless. but that would not immediately address the pressing issue of homeless housing, especially when there are 4300 homeless people living in san jose. we're live in san jose, david louie, abc 7 news. >> thank you very much. in november, voters will get a chance to decide on two housing propositions. a prop 1 is a billion doll$4 bi measure. prop 2 would tap into existing county mental health funds to house homeless people battling mental illness. >> what we have experienced all over the state as of this year are the highest home price, the highest rent prices, the highest eviction rates, the highest levels of homelessness.
this should not be the case for the fifth largest economy in the world. >> it costs an average of $332,000 to construct one affordable housing unit. state housing officials say california needs to build an average of 182,000 new units to meet the demand of a growing population. at a video game tournament, the gunman had been treated for mental illness. divorce filings from the parents of david katz of baltimore say as a teenager he was twice admitted to psychiatric facilities. police in jacksonville, florida say katz yesterday shot and killed taylor robertson and elijah clayton, then turned the gun on himself. 11 people were hurt. >> i'm just -- i'm scared for my life. i didn't think i was going the make it out thereof after i got hit that one time. i'm saying please don't shoot me anymore. >> florida's candidates for governor are sparring over guns following the shooting.
several democratic candidates today renew their push for new gun control measures. cornell bernard talked with gamers here in the bay area who say violence has no place in their world. he's live in the newsroom with more. cornell? >> the world of v sports video gaming is huge. it's a competitive sport where anger is never accepted or tolerated. when he is not attending computer science classes at san francisco state, dan janes is online, competing in esports video games. janes is a manager for bay area gaming, a hub for esport tournaments and events. 600 members and counting. >> i can't fly a fighter jet or i can't, you know, be someone with magical powers or things that you can really do. i think the appeal for a lot of people is escapism. >> a tournament inle florida turned violent on sunday when a player opened fire. electronic arts, a redwood city based company hosted the madden
tournament inspired by former raiders coach john madden. it released a statement saying it's devastated about the loss of two players in the shooting. their deaths are an inconceivable tragedy and we offer our deepest sympathies to their families and those injured and everyone affected by this. many knew elijah and taylor as well and their positive competitive spirit and respect for other players were evident to everyone. as for the shooting suspect -- >> i think that guy has absolutely nothing to do with games, and it has everything to do with his mental health. >> the world of esports is attracting big crowds and big money. some players compete live online. janes says esports tournaments can get intensely competitive. some players can get carried away. >> people get a little salt. >> the >> that's gamer slang for getting mad. >> when you're playing the game and you lose like maybe like hitting the desk, but that's just about it. i've never seen anyone confront anyone. >> no matter how good you are, keeping perspective is a good thing. >> at the end of the day, it's
just a game. >> it is just a game. dan janes says good sportsmanship always the bottom line. he says it's protocol to say gg to your opponent attend of every event win or lose that means good game. live in the newsroom, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >> cornell, thank you so much. the abc 7 news app has much more on the jacksonville, florida shooting, including reaction from survivors. download the app and be sure to enable push alerts because we'll be sending out breaking news updates on this story as they happen. we have new developments on the killing of nearly a dozen cows in santa clara county. deputies arrested this man, 54-year-old mark belomini of fremont. he faces charges of animal abuse, illegal cattle driving and brandishing a weapon. at least nine cows were found dead, some in shallow graves in hollister this june. investigators believe a dispute over grazing rights might have triggered the killing. developments in the ghost hip fire case.
today the attorney for the defendant almena filed motion to set aside the recent rejection of a plea agreement in that case. judge james cramer rejected the deal that almena and max harris had reached with prosecutors claiming almena hadn't expressed sufficient remorse. the two agreed to plead no contest to involuntary manslaughter charges for the deaths of 36 people in that 2016 warehouse fire in exchange, almena would have been sentenced to nine years in jails, harris six years. harris' attorney told our media partner the bay area news group that his client will join the motion by filing a supporting declaration. now to the latest on our california wildfires. in the largest wildfire in state history, the mendocino complex, only the ranch fire continues to burn. it is now 67% contained. the carr fire that charred homes in redding has grown to 229,000 acres. it 196% contained. the holy fire in southern
california has re-ignited. video from a stationary camera shows active flames and massive plumes of smoke. no media reports of injuries or structural damage. fire official says the flare-up has burned about 150 acres outside containment lines. it started august 6th in orange county and firefighters still say they'll visit fully contained by saturday. today is not a spare the air day in the bay area, but this live look from our emeryville camera shows the skies are hazy and cloudy. so far we've had tejano spare the air day. last year there were 18 in total. in sonoma, a city council candidate believes racy photos are being used in an attempt to derail her reelection campaign. carolyn tyler has the story. >> thousands of people have watched this video. she is a councilwoman responding to an anonymous e-mail she received with a link to a
website that's argued the her reelection campaign. photos of hundley at burning man more racy than these are posted by sonoma citizens for peace and cooperation. they threaten to expose her unless she dropped out of the race. instead, the 35-year-old says she's proud of her facebook photos and won't be bullied. >> what was especially disturbing in this era of me too was the attempt to slut shame me. >> she told us over the phone she wants to be a voice for others. >> i know there is young women running for offices in small stays cross the nation who might not have communities that are as supportive. >> the vice mayor is outraged. >> every person who has seen that website has said to me that they thought it would backfire. they thought it was outrageous. >> the head of the sonoma state political science department considers the anonymous e-mail a new low in politics.
>> but it's done in such a vile, negative way that it borders on character assassination. there is no attribution to this website. >> last year abc 7 news covered the proposal between hundley and her fiancee at cienneance at ci. he is proud of his soon to be wife. >> join a schoolyard bully, you can stand up for yourself. rachel stands up for herself. >> the website has been taken down. the couple have asked the secretary of state to launch an investigation. in sonoma, carolyn tyler, abc 7 news. >> all right. a lot more to come here. it is game on in oakland. but it took an anonymous donation of $35,000 to be able to say that. >> next, we're live with the story of the tumultuous story of severahi snd the ones that are still in jeopardy. feeding the home celeste one thing, but what about their pets? i'm dion lim with a san francisco man's remarkable journey, feeding the animals of our city. and i'm meteorologist drew
tuma. the cloud cover already rolling back in this evening and attracting cooler air for your tuesday. the numbers in the accuweather forecast ahead. and coming up, the controversy over this five-bedroom, $2.3 million house five-bedroom, $2.3 million house purchase bade ♪ ♪ five-bedroom, $2.3 million house purchase bade ♪
just days after they announce they'd were cutting half of their sports programs, the oakland unified school district reversed course and reinstated three of them. you see, they're all girls sports. the reversal comes after the district was criticized for potentially violating title ix, a federal statute that requires
girls have equal access to sports in public schools. laura anthony is live at skyline high in oakland. laura? >> well, hi, kristen. this reprieve in the form of an anonymous donation may help this district avoid a federal title nine problem, especially because the money is designated specifically for girls sports that were dead effectively just a few days ago. >> we're saving girls golf and girls tennis. >> it's game on for at least some of the ten high school sports abruptly cut by the oakland unified school district thanks to a $35,000 donation. >> it's a one-time donation for this year, and now we are focused on making sure that we have a sustainable way to fund all of our sports. >> girls lacrosse, a winter sport will also be saved. bowling will become a club sport. >> i'm very excited. >> jani plays golf.
were you worried? >> without our team it would be hard to get on a higher level. >> these sports are something you can meet a lot of new people, you can build a lot of different skills throughout these sports. so i think it's really important that they're bringing it back. >> several other sports remain in jeopardy including wrestling, swimming, boys' golf, boys' tennis and boys volleyball. preston is a coach at skyline's home course. >> there is plenty of scholarship opportunities for the youth and it builds their character and it helps them build their self-esteem. >> manuel hibert is the captain of the wrestling team. >> we only need 10,000 for our transportation. everything else we cover ourselves. and hopefully we can overturn the or the district decision to take away wrestling. >> now those wrestlers may have some hope. the district today set up a crowd funding website where the
public can make donations to try to help save oakland sports. in oakland, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> okay, laura, thanks very much. on the east bay, free tuition for a year is now available to students in the contra costa community college district. students at contra costa college, diablo valley and l los meda sno college can receive free tuition via the free college initiative. they must meet several criteria like be a first-time college student, complete the pledge application, be enrolled in and complete at least 12 units, and maintain a 2.0 gpa. there are no income requirements in order to qualify. this evening the bishop of the diocese of san jose announced he no longer plans to move into a $2.3 million home when he retires. >> big change here. lyanne melendez is in the newsroom with what changed the bishop's mind. >> i just received a copy of the letter written today by the bishop of san jose.
it was sent by the diocese following several news reports on the purchase of this home in willow glen. now in that letter, th purchase of a five-bedroom home for $2.3 million. i failed to consider the housing crisis in the valley and the struggles of so many families and communities in light and a half crisis. he goes on to say when i retire, i now intend to live in a rectory at one of our patierish. here is a story that eventually led to him deciding not to live there bishop patrick mcgrath will retire in a $2.3 million home purchased by the san jose catholic diocese. out of respect for his privacy we won't show you the house, but we have a few pictures of the inside that were publicly listed when the home went up for sale. it's a 3200-square-foot home with five bedrooms, high high
ceilings and a chef's kitchen. real estate agent jeff murphy says that's the going right. >> market conditions will drive the market higher. when demand is outstripping supply, that's what happens. >> everyone here acknowledges prices are steep. but some church goers say buying a five bedroom home guess against the teaching of pope francis, known for his humility and concern for the poor. while he addresses the public from the third floor of the papal apartments, the pope refuses to live there. he prefers a more modest guest house within the vatican, and he still wears inexpensive black leather shoes. >> i don't know. it's a lot of money. i know he's been good to us in our community. i'm not exactly sure how all that works. >> the diocese is responsible for paying for a bishop's accommodations after he retires. >> i know that the archbishop has said maybe it's a good investment for the diocese to put the money into property instead of the bank.
>> the money to purchase the house came from a special fund earmarked for housing, and from the sale of a menlo park condo which was use bade previous bishop. we made several attempts to contact the diocese of san jose. they did not respond. >> and of course eventually they did respond, and again, the bishop decided this evening to sell the house and live in a parish rectory when he retires. now we've posted the bishop's entire statement on his decision to sell the house at abc7news.com. in the newsroom, lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. >> very good. okay, lyanne, thank you so much. drew tuma is here with your forecast. >> back to work, drew. and the air is getting a little better. >> yeah, that's right, dan. we're seeing the air quality improve over the next couple of days. by wednesday, it's going to feel refreshing and breathing easier out there. live doppler 7 showing you we have the marine layer that is building back in really quickly
this evening. so we'll take you outside the emeryville camera, showing you peeks and pokes of sunshine as overcast skies overtake much of the bay. air quality, that's great news to talk about. by wednesday midweek across the board, no matter where you live in the bay area, air quality is forecast to be good. we can breathe easier as we head towards wednesday afternoon. numbers down 57 in half moon bay. 64 that current temperature. 74 in san jose. inland not too bad for this time of the year. only 76 in brentwood. the call for accuweather over the next 12 hours, the cloud cover will continue to think. overcast skies for most of us the next 12 hours will drop into the mid if not upper 50s in the overnight hours. the 12-hour day planler break down your tuesday tomorrow. that cloud cover is going to be stubborn to break down. overcast skies first thing in the morn. by noon, we're still calling it mainly cloudy out there with sunnier conditions as you move away from the coast in the afternoon. by fourth quarter, it is going to be cool for august with
temperatures in our warmest spots mainly stuck in the 70s. but this time of year for san jose, you should be in the 80s. so five degrees cooler tomorrow than average. much cooler in concord. 10 degrees cooler than where you should be this time of year. both napa and redwood city, we should be in the low 80s. tomorrow we're going to struggle to hit 70 degrees. the microclimate starting in the south bay, 77 for san jose tomorrow. some afternoon sunshine. the same in santa clara, about 79. for morgan hill, menlo park 70. 62 for pacific california. downtown san francisco limited sunshine tomorrow. 64. we'll see 60 and cloudy in daly city. into the north bay we go. about 69, sonoma. 72 in san rafael. only 69 in santa rosa. 69 in vallejo. into the east bay, we'll see some afternoon sunshine, but cool for august. 74 for union city and frechlt and inland, that will feel nice. only in the 70s. 78 brentwood. 77 for livermore.
on n the tropics, lane is moving away from hawaii. there is another system, miriam, that is a tropical storm right now. the good news, miriam is going to go right to the north in the coming days. so no threat to hawaii. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. we have clouds and morning drizzle on the way for tuesday. limited afternoon sunshine. it is cool for august. on wednesday we stay below average. on thursday, a bit of warm-up as we you've head towards friday. but temperatures are going to feel nice for this time of year. remember, labor day last year was 106 in the city. remember that? so it's much better this year. >> 80s and 70s sound great. >> it's seared in our memories. >> oh, yeah. >> thanks, drew. well, this is expected to be the warrior' last season playing at oracle in oakland. >> next, a look
toyota is reportedly going to invest half a billion dollars in uber. the two companies will work on self-driving cars using toyota vehicles operating on uber's network. uber's autonomous vehicle program has been on hold since march when a self-driving car that was being tested hit and killed a pedestrian. lyft is permanently moving pickups and drop-offs off a busy street in its hometown of san francisco. abc 7 news was between 16th and 19th on valencia street.
tonight where they will end after many complaints from cyclists. valencia is one of the business yst in the city and cease about 2100 riders each day. as the new warriors arena takes shape, it appears fans are jumping at the chance to buy season tickets across the bay. >> until now, four of every five season ticket holders that we've met with have decided to buy their seats at chase center. so we've been pleased and the response has been unbelievable. >> the team is 45% through asking season ticket hold fers they will renew. if the renewals continue, it is possible the general public may never get a chance to buy season tickets. the chase center is expected to open in just about a calendar year, right before the 2019-2020 season. the team plans to hold about 5,000 tickets for each game for single game sales. okay. the deal known as nafta may not be in place much longer.
now from abc, live breaking news. >> and you're looking at the breaking news. sky 7 is live over a crash in el cerrito involving a chp motorcycle officer. it happened around 6:00 on i-80 west of atheon way. you can see the tow truck arrived to pick up the motorcycle. >> an officer went down in one of the lanes after getting hit bay car. a tow truck, as you mentioned, on scene there to remove the motorcycle. the chp won't say whether or not the officer involved was injured. we do see officers standing by there. we are working to get more details. meantime, you can download the abc 7 news app and enable push alerts for breaking updates. [ closing bell ] a record reaction after the u.s. and mexico announced a
tentative trade deal, stocks soared. the dow gained 259 points finishing up 26,000 for the first time in months. the nasdaq closed above 8,000 for the first time ever. and the s&p also finished the trading day at an all-time high. >> now this tentative trade deal announced today by president trump comes after months of negotiations and amid an often strained relationship with the president of mexico. >> abc news reporter emily row is in washington with the details. >> a big day for trade. a big day for our country. >> president trump is calling the preliminary deal with mexico a tremendous thing. >> i'm going to call it the united states/mexico trade agreement. we'll get rid of the name nafta. it has a bad connotation because the united states was hurt very badly by nafta for many years. >> speaking to reporters in the oval office monday morning, the president says now it's a good deal for both countries. the tentative agreement changes key parts of the north american free trade agreement, or nafta, a deal between the united states, canada, and mexico.
white house trade policy peter navarro. >> agreement is a win-win for both countries, but it's also a big win for american farmers, business people, ranchers and workers. >> talking through a translator, mexico president enrique pena nieto said the goal of negotiations were to renew and modernize trade in north america, going on the say it is mexico's wish that canada will also be incorporated in the new terms. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. >> so after years of tough talk from president trump about mexico, now a new chapter in the relationship. >> president trump said negotiations with canada will start very soon, and prime minister justin trudeau's office says he shares mexico's commitment to reaching an agreement for all three parties. emily rao, abc news, washington. grief and heartfelt goodbyes
for senator john mccain. the senate giant and patriot died on saturday of brain cancer, as you know, a few days shy of his 82nd birthday. >> we are fortunate to have known him best in arizona, but he was bigger than any one state. he always belonged to america and to the world. >> fellow arizona senator jeff flake was one of many of mccain's colleagues who spoke about him on the senate floor today. the american flag at the capitol tonight is flying at half-staff. at the white house, the flag was returned to its regular position overnight and then relowered this afternoon. in a statement, the president said despite our differences on policy and politics, i respect john mccain's service to our country. president trump was asked at least 11 times today to comment on mccain's death and chose not to. >> do you have any thoughts on john mccain? >> thank you. >> do you have any thoughts at all about john mccain? >> let's go, let's go! >> do you think john mccain is a hero? >> the president is not expected
to attend any of this week's memorial events. today we learned more about mccain's final thought taos before his passing. jessica castro from abc 7 mornings shares those. >> john mccain's former campaign manager just released a farewell statement from senator john mccain that reads in part, quote, thank you for the privilege of serving you and for the rewarding life that service in uniform and in public office has allowed me to lead. i lived and died a proud american. we are citizens of the world's greatest republic, a nation of ideal, not blood and soil. do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of america because nothing is inevitable here. americans never quit, we never surrender, we never hide from history. we make history. farewell, fellow americans. god bless you, and god bless america. and you can find the full letter on our webite, abcnews.com. >> i read it earlier
it's quite pouchlt john mccain n wi will lay in state. joe biden is expected to deliver the eulogy. he will then lie in state at the u.s. capital rotunda friday. after stopping at the vietnam war memorial saturday, george w. bush will deliver tributes. he'll be laid to rest at annapolis on sunday. officers took a big step towards more transparency. the board of directors signed an agreement to give the department's independent police auditor more power to review complaints. specifically, it will empower the auditor to review officer-involved shootings, use of force and internal investigations. this comes three days after police auditor aaron zisser stepped down. the police officer's association called for his resignation over
reports the administration considered to be misleading. >> not having that trust and in that position there no way we can move forward with this expansion of oversight. now that he is gone, we'd like to move as fast as we can with marin counsel to get this done. >> an assistant auditor will oversee auditing until mayor sam liccardo names replace. tonight the federal emergency management agency or agency was award -- has awarded bart nearly $7 million to help with security issues on trains. the federal organization will help pay for continued police patrols on trains traveling through bart's busiest stations and upgraded security cameras at powell street, civic center and 16th street stations. this comes after several high profile incidents at bart stations this summer, including the death of 18-year-old nia wilson at macarthur bart. coming up next, meet a man making a difference on the streets of san francisco.
a san francisco man is getting national attention for helping the homeless, but not in the way you might think. >> abc 7 news anchor dion lim introduces us to project open paw and how you can help change the lives of pets in the bay area. >> my first dog i started taking care of out here. and she is my queen. >> five years, mommy the pit bull sparked something special within paul kroll. >> i love you! she just does this all day. >> while working at a dog boarding facility, he couldn't get over the amount of dog food wasted each day. >> i started collecting the food that was going to be tossed. i became known as the doggy food man. >> mommy is one of the 40 dogs he meets. >> now he wants to smell my
other doggies. >> as often as he can paul provides food and medical services. owners who can't always feed themselves say fall is an angel. >> he is great. well love him down here. everybody loves him. without him, i don't know what we would do. we can't afford to buy dog food. >> this month crowd funding chose open paw to be featured as a hero. >> it's just something i really loved. and i found it really opened a place in my heart. it's a good place to be stuck. >> the exposure has helped paul raise more than $100,000 which will go towards expanding project open paw across the bay area. and some day make an even bigger change, i wanted to really inspire people because i did this with nothing. i was little man that make versus little money working with dogs, you get paid with a lot of doggy love. >> he raises the money, paul's dream is to open a facility to help more dogs like mikey not only get fed, but receive the medical attention and love they
need. in sisdi lim, abc >> paul is currently by the way operating out of his bedroom and has only one volunteer. but i'm sure they'd be happy to get more, they can use help of course. if you would like to donate time or money we can link you to the their gofundme page at abc7news.com. yes officially a month away from the start of autumn, but don't tell starbucks that. no. i
oh, when you travel overseas, you want to make sure you won't run up exorbitant fees on your smartphone. >> kit be a killer. a san jose family thought they were protected against roaming and internet charges, but that were wrong. >> yeah. 7 on your side's michael finney is here to tell us than. you helped them and heuer yoour here to help us. >> you guys might have thought than. this family have been traveling to vietnam for decades. they know how to avoid roaming charges. so they were stunned when they saw thousands and thusands of dollars on their bill. we found out why. >> and this is my sister. >> vivian chung and her boys were just back from a big family reunion in vietnam. >> we try once a year to go back home to see mom.
>> relatives had gathered on an island paradise. >> oh my god, the island was so beautiful. >> they returned home to san jose brimming with good spirits. and then a jarring discovery. >> it's like whoo! what is going on? >> vivian opened her t-mobile bill to find a shocking charge. more than $13,000 for internet access on her son nicholas' phone. the charges were all incurred during the short time the plane was flying over vietnam. even though they were sure they never used internet. >> how can this phone bill 13,7 13,740.19. >> that's a lot of money. >> but nicholas said he put his phone on airplane mode for the entire trip just to avoid these kinds of charges. >> and i know for a fact that when you're in airplane mode, you cannot have internet access. >> he admits he was playing games on his phone during the flight, but only offline games
that do not use internet, like this one. >> it's an offline game. as you can see, it still works. >> so why these big charges? >> that's why we called t-mobile right away. >> t-mobile agreed to reduce the bill to $3800. so the family thought it was wrong. >> we don't know where to go. but i watch channel 7 news every day, and i know about michael. >> vivian contacted 7 on your side. we found out that some mobile gaming apps are using internet even when you don't need a connection to play it. the app runs in the background using data for refreshing data or sending you ads. we also contacted t-mobile, and the company agreed to cancel all remaining internet charges. >> we just like yes, wow! >> now to make sure your app is not running on data, go to the settings on your phone, find the app under cellular data, and flip to it the off position. i posted links explaining all of
this on abcnews.com. so go there and check it out. now, if you need help with anything, for instance a $13,000 phone bill, let me know about it. go to the 7 on your side hotline. we're open 10:00 to 2:00. 415-954-8151 and you can preach me on my facebook page and through abc7news.com. >> that's scary. >> travel is stressful enough to worry about something like that. >> good job working that out. thanks, michael. listen to this. it may still be august, but fall is almost here, at least at starbucks. the pumpkin spice latte is coming out tomorrow. it usually launches in september, but the coffee chain announce terldly release last week. this is the pumpkin spice latte's 15 birthday. the beverage has become a fan favorite over the years. >> people just love it. that is a sure sign fall has arrived. >> the weather is a sure sign as well. chilly. still in that cool pattern. here is drew with more. >> and that cool pattern continues to tomorrow as well. some city morse than 10 degrees
below where they should be for the afternoon. let's go hour by hour. later on tonight, 9:30 we see the cloud cover surging in and around the bay. tomorrow morning by 7:00 in the morning, we're going see overcast skies to start the day. overnight the cloud cover, some coastal drizzle. mid- to upper 50s as we get you out the door on your tuesday. into the afternoon, that sun is going to be very gradual to come out here. so that's going keep the warming process pretty slow. 60s around the bay shoreline. our warmest spots tomorrow only going into the mid 70s by the afternoon. if you're traveling tomorrow. >> it's equally as cool down south. you go to santa maria. 81 in l.a. 79 in san diego. so cool along the coastline. accuweather seven-day forecast. tomorrow there is clouds. some coastal drizzle. still cool for august wednesday into thursday. friday a bit of a warm-up. labor day on monday, it's nice out there, 70s and 80s with afternoon sunshine each and every day. >> nice. okay.
>> okay, thank you so much, drew. all right. anthony flores in with a lot of sports. >> in for larry. you're going start with baseball action. >> some welcome news for the giants and their fans. just ahead, buster posey has hip surgery. how long the giants expect their all-star catcher to be out for a crucial three-game series
of the regular season. the green and gold just a game and a half behind the astros for first place in the a.l. west. plenty of a's fans making a trip to houston. they like what they saw early in the second. marcus gives the a's liftoff. he hits the ball so hard, the camera couldn't even find it. if you look out the window, you may see it flying by. it's 2-0 a's. next inning chapman's turn. a two-run shot into the crawford boxes in left. they are pumped up. things turned quickly. in the third, the astros' offense launched into orbit. they score five runs on seven hits. they knocked a's starter brett anderson out of the game. the go ahead single hit by tyler white driving home marvin gonzalez. it was 5-4. and right now that is the score, 5-4 in the fifth inning. well, buster posey should be back in the bay area later this week after undergoing hip surgery today in colorado. the giants say the all-star is resting comfortably after a procedure to repair a hip joint and a torn
an end of an era in san antonio. manu ginobili is hanging up his high tops. he is retiring after 16 seasons in the nba. ginobili is one of the most decorated international players in basketball history. he is a four-time nba champion, a two-time all-star and olympic gold medalist for argentina. steph curry sending some love ma manu's way congrats on an amazing career. he called him a champion through and through and an inspiration to many. it's the final week of the preseason, and khalil mack is still a no show for the raiders. the 2016 defensive player of the year is holding out. now he is in the final year of his rookie contract. he is set to make just under $14 million this season, but he wants a new deal with a big pay raise. in his four seasons with the silver and black, mack has
40 1/2 sacks with 304 tackles. not having him on the field leaves a big hole in the defense. >> great players like mack have all those things going for them. they make people around them better. and they make offenses account for them. they're going to account for khalil mack, they probably got to double-team the guy and someone sells not going to have to deal with that. so there is a lot of things that a great player brings to your football team. hopefully, hopefully that's some time soon. odell beckham jr. has got his hands on a record payday. he has agreed to a five-year extension with the new york giants. it's enough to send him into his happy dance. look at him there. he's excited. i would be too. the deal is worth $95 million with a record $65 million in guaranteed money. that makes him the highest paid recever in football. beckham has not played since breaking his ankle last october. historic upset in the women's draw at the u.s. open. number one seed simona halep was
served out of the tourney by 44th ranked kniepe. the match lasted 76 minutes. halep not happy there she was beaten in straight sets, the first top seeded woman to lose her opening match since pro players were first allowed to play back since 1968. it's the first time it's happened at the u.s. open. it has happened only five other times in the three other grand slam tournaments in the last 50 years. >> wow. >> big upset today. >> that is. judging from odell beckham jr.'s dance. >> he looks good, right? and he's got a lot of money. >> join us tonight at 9:00 on kofy tv cable channel. attacked by a california black bear. the one mistake a man madeas ma. that's at 9:00. on abc 7 news at 11:00, making football safer for young athletes in the bay area. the technique taught to prevent
onfield injuries. at 8:00, it's bamp lore in paradise followed by the proposal at teng and stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. >> that's going to do it for this edition of abc news. look for breaking news any time using the abc 7 news app. i'm kristen sze. >> and i'm dan ashley. for drew tomb marks anthony flores we appreciate your time. we'll see you tonight at 9:00 and 11:00. >> good night. ♪ ♪ ♪
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