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it's saturday, march 30th. good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa armingarmingen tracking live doppler 7. hi, lisa. >> hi, chris. we are looking at lots of sunshine, a dry day, a warmer afternoon. 46 right now in oakland, it's 50 in san francisco, 41 in santa rosa. fog up by napa. 42 in livermore. gilroy checking in at 43 degrees. so throughout the day today we lose the fog early and we will be in the 40s throughout the 7:00 hour. by 8:00 we've got 50s. noon time low 60s around the bay. upper 50s coastside through the 4:00 p.m. hour. we could see some 70s in our inland valleys, so nothing but
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sunshine today. a beautiful afternoon. that sun setting at 7:30. the big question, can we do it again for sunday? i'll let you know in a few minutes. >> lisa, thank you. new details on the killing of an east bay principal. the man's wife who is charged with his murder says after a night of dinner and drinks her husband told her to just shoot him. then she says she just snapped. abc 7 news reporter luz pena has more. >> reporter: two weeks after he was shot by his wife inside their pittsburg home, court documents obtained by our media partners at the "east bay times" revealed her side of the story. >> he was a great man. i don't see him saying those things that i'm hearing. i don't. i don't. but who knows what happens behind closed doors. >> reporter: according to these documents, maria vides and her husband got into an argument the night of march 15 after coming back home from dinner and drinks. according to vides, shatswell said he wasn't good enough for her and she should leave him for someone better, and then handed
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her the gun to shoot him. their 6-year-old son was laying on the bed with vides. >> i'm thinking about the little ones, right now they're parentless. they're parentless. they have older siblings but they're still parentless right now. >> reporter: shatswell is the father of eight children. veetds revealed to the court that she snapped and described putting the gun an inch away from her husband's head and shot him. >> where violent crimes occur, our office provides services to the victims. that happened today. with such a large family there's a lot to go through. it's a terrible case and really sad for both parties involved. we understand that, we're trying to respect that and ultimately helping the victim out. >> reporter: outside of their home, neighbors, friends and students left flowers. his neighbors said paul loved his wife. >> he always told me you need to find a maria. >> reporter: maria vides entered a not guilty plea and remains in custody with bail set at over $2 million. luz pena, abc 7 news. in the south bay owners of a small family-owned mobile tire
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service business say they were targeted by criminals. video shows the moment a stolen trailer belonging to a.r. mobile tire was dumped inside nearly every piece of machinery gone. abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo has the story from san jose. >> reporter: building a small business in booming silicon valley isn't easy. a.r. mobile tire shop was created last february. the group invested their own cash to make it happen. >> we just had to do something different. something that someone doesn't see very often. >> reporter: an on-demand tire shop that travels to you. the operation was much easier with this work trailer. around 3:30 thursday morning the center of the entire operation was stolen from outside bustamonte's home. he woke up and ran out at the sound of dragging chains. >> we couldn't find anyone in sight. drove on the freeways, everywhere. still no one. so i don't know.at's w srted to >> reporter: the community ugh thiso fund me
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eight gn. surveillance cameras caught this coordinated effort from a group of criminals. you can see several suvs parked, drivers keeping watch as the stolen trailer is dumped, the trailer cleaned out. >> it was all torn down in a matter of minutes, hours. yeah, it was just very heart-breaking. >> reporter: the crooks worked quickly. outside they removed business decals, vin numbers, the license plate and busted taillights. inside they cleaned out close to $20,000 of equipment. bustamonte said moving forward they have going to keep the trailer under tight security, even if that means sleeping inside of it. i'm amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. police in vallejo have released body cam video from a fatal officer-involved shooting last month. >> cease-fire!
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>> 21-year-old willie mccoy was asleep in his car at a taco bell drive-through. officers were called to the scene and surrounded the vehicle. when mccoy woke up, police say he reached for a gun on his lap. they shot him more than 20 times. civil rights attorney john burris is representing mccoy's family. he's calling it excessive force. mccoy's family called it an execution. b.a.r.t. police arrested a 16-year-old suspect accused of killing a 17-year-old girl in a shooting thursday night. it happened around 10:30 at the west oakland b.a.r.t. parking lot. police say this was an isolated incident that did not involve passengers. an investigation showed the conflict started on oakland city streets and that the suspect and victim knew each other. it was parents day in court for the college admissions scandal. six bay area parents appeared before a judge in boston ranging from a napa valley wine maker to a silicon valley investor. a total of 15 parents were in court yesterday. so far 33 have been charged in the sweeping scandal that has touched elite universities from coast to coast.
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the i-team's melanie woodrow was in boston for the proceedings. >> reporter: parents accused of paying to help their children lie and cheat surrounded by their attorneys and not saying a word. >> let us walk by, please. >> reporter: augustine's daughter, a purported usc water polo player whose profile included a photoshopped picture of her face on somebody else's body. he was concerned about this blowing up in my face. >> is this what you meant by blowing up in your face? >> reporter: also appearing, bill mcglashon now fired from his job. he was accused of paying for the college entrance exam cheating scheme and college recruitment scheme. his son, a purported usc football player. >> did you use the side door? >> the judge denying his request to take an already planned international april family vacation. his pr rep said his son has a diagnosed learning disability since eighth grade.
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also that he didn't pay for the side door scheme. diane and todd blake from ross covering their faces from umbrellas. their daughter a purported usc volleyball recruit. >> did you pay to help your child get into school? >> reporter: margie clapper of menlo park accused of paying $15,000 for the college entrance exam scheme after her son scored a 30 out of 36 on the a.c.t., she allegedly told rick singer, omg, i guess he's not testing again. >> did you pay for your son to have assistance on tests? >> reporter: and marcy palitella accused of the testing and recruiting scheme and taking a tax write-off for the bribe. she allegedly told singer she and her spouse, former san francisco 49er lou palitella laugh every day about how grateful they are for his services. >> marcy, are you and your spouse still laughing about it? was it still worth every cent? >> reporter: all of the families who appeared waived their right to a preliminary hearing. in boston, melanie woodrow, and 7 news. san francisco-based lyft has become the first ride-sharing startup to go public.
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yesterday the celebration continued through the end of the closing bell. lyft had a good first day on the stock market starting at $72 per share and ending the trading day just above $78 a share. experts say lyft is just the start of the tech ipo tidal wave with major companies like uber, airbnb and pinterest to follow suit. abc 7 is committed to building a better bay area. next week we'll look at how ride-share companies changed the landscape. we'll focus on traffic, safety and the drivers themselves. even with yesterday's lyft ipo, many of those who are behind the wheel find themselves struggling to make a living. >> they take more than 50%, more than 50%. >> ride-share realities starts tomorrow night and continues all next week as we examine the issues and challenges the industry faces here in the bay area. sdwrnch sdwrnchts. the time now is 6:08. if you're a fan of the sunshine,
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lisa will have a forecast that you love. >> for tomorrow steadily warming temperatures to above average readings. here's your abc 7 roof camera. temperatures are right at 50 degrees but as many as 10 degrees cooler in our inland valleys. a little patchy fog but a beautiful spring day, spring weekend on the way and a return to april showers next week. lisa, thanks. also ahead, trying to stop it before it starts. we're talking about the next big wildfire. it's hard work and it's happening right now in the north bay. plus, it started with one sister, then a dna test revealed some shocking results to a bay area woman. let's just say her family expanded in a very big way. you mighyour joints...ng for your heart... or your digestion... so why wouldn't you take something
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a week ago governor newsom went to lake county and announced immediate action to reduce the dangers of wildfire in california. when he said immediate, he meant it. the state isn't wasting any time getting to work. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman went to ukiah in mendocino county for the story. >> reporter: for anybody who treasures living close to nature, terrace drive in ukiah might be one version of heaven, unless a person knows better. >> i was terrified to sleep there last summer, couldn't sleep at all. it's terribly overgrown. >> reporter: just like much of california, which is one reason why 1.9 million acres burned last year, a golden state turned orange and black and costly much too often, which led to last week's proclamation of a fire emergency in advance by governor newsom. i i g actno to step u
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cal fire promised immediate action in 3 areas, west ukiah one of them. houses below, woodlands above, this is a classic case of what firefighters call a wildland urban interface. these woods have not burned since 1959. >> look at the places that have burned recently. it's going through towns. >> reporter: cal fire battalion chief michael mainard does not want to see that happen here, where he grew up and still lives. directing a crew of prison firefighters cutting eight miles of clearance through wooded terrain. >> we have lots of vegetation with slope, which adds to the spread of fire. >> does it get windy? >> and it does get windy. >> reporter: if the neighbors don't appreciate how fast a fire can move, they should speak with ellie diaz. she was afraid to sleep here because in 2017, she lost her
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home in redwood valley. 'tryutou toothbrush, don't worry about that. get your car keys and your kids and get out. people seem to think they're going to have an hour. >> reporter: now with this clearance work they may get some breathing room. heaven cut back and safer. wayne freedman, abc 7 news. the town of paradise is issuing its first rebuild permit since the camp fire six months ago. it was granted to megan and jason buzzard. they lost their home when the fire ripped through the area two years ago. they have been living in trailers and rental homes since then. jason says he wants to set an example for other victims. >> this isn't just a permit for my wife and i, this is a permit for the town. you know, it's our time to rebuild and build paradise, you know, back to what it was and even better than what it was. >> the family hopes to start rebuilding next month. in other news, a suspect led southern california law enforcement on a wild hours-long chase that ended in burbank last night.
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at one point the driver started going the wrong way on interstate 5 and then wedged himself between three cars which set off a tense standoff with officers. officers shot at the suspect before he was eventually arrested. the reason for the chase is unknown. now to the amazing story of two women, each of whom grew up as an only child. after taking a dna test, they learned they were sisters and then found out they had 28 more brothers and sisters. abc 7 spoke with two of the sisters and shares their incredible journey. >> reporter: if you ask shawna harrison how many brothers and sisters she has, she may not be able to answer. >> i'm like, uh, no, yeah, yes. about 29 of them. >> reporter: at age 27, shawna learned her dad wasn't her biological father, so she set out seeking answers. >> i had been asking a lot of questions about health and my blood type. >> reporter: she tried the ancestry site 23andme and found out the donor was jewish of russian descent.
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>> this is the jewish part. >> reporter: now at age 41, she went back to the site two years ago after learning about some advancements to dna science. >> boom. next day i get an e-mail from one of the siblings. hey, it looks like we're related. i'm not sure if that's a surprise to you. >> reporter: the bigger surprise, there was a total of eight others. two and a half years later and the family keeps growing. >> just about a month ago maybe, there was three within two weeks. >> reporter: now there's a total of 30 brothers and sisters. >> it turned out i was number 15. >> reporter: judy hail met shawna for the first time two years ago at this starbucks in sunnyvale. she said there was an instant connection. >> it's just nice to have someone else that's sort of at the same place and you have a lot of the same history. it's fun. >> reporter: both used the word "weird" to describe the situation. there are struggles. not everyone is ready to be part of the extended family. but there's a facebook page for the siblings, a spread sheet to keep track of birthdays, and a welcome packet for new family members. >> and it's just nonstop, right? i don't think that this is going
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to be it. i think it's just going to continually happen, probably for the rest of my life. >> reporter: as new ones show up, they're ready to welcome them as family. there have been four confirmed cases of measles in the bay area. santa clara county has two reported cases. health officials say a county resident developed the infection while traveling abroad, which is not related to the case reported on tuesday. that one involves an international traveler who visited eight bay area cities last week. the third measles case was reported in alameda county thursday, and one in san francisco earlier this month. governor gavin newsom has asked california lawmakers for $208 million to fix the dmv. this after a finance audit found the agency failed to properly plan for the rollout of the real i.d. federally required license updates. the governor wants to improve long lines and customer service problems at the agency. the dmv would use the money to hire more employees and update its computers to accept credit cards.
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chp officers in merced found an illegal surprise inside a few cereal boxes. take a look. officers stopped 45-year-old jose cardenas for having tinted windows. they decided to search his car. instead of finding cocoa pebbles and cocoa puffs, they found a kilogram of cocaine in each. worth a total of $120,000. cardenas was arrested and booked into county jail. weatherwise it is a cool start to our saturday morning. meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the accuweather forecast for us. hi, lisa. >> chris, you're right. that has to do with the clear sky. here's live doppler 7. a little fog allowing for some visibility issues up to the north but overall we'll see a few increasing clouds for your sunday. we're going to remain well above average in some locations, near 70 degrees, maybe some low 70s. right now it's 45 in union city, good morning to you. oakland is 46 with 50 in alameda.
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over into the north bay fog in napa, los gatos 43. from our walnut creek camera, beautiful start to the day. the sun coming up at 6:58, setting at 7:30, so it is cool this morning. not much fog. sunny and warmer over the weekend. temperatures should range from the low 60s coastside to the upper 60s around the south bay. we'll surpass that today and tomorrow. and then april showers, wouldn't you know, could return as soon as monday night. but for everyone, it looks like the end of next week, which of course is the giants' opener. so certainly not going according to plan. but as we look throughout the forecast model the next few hours, you'll notice nothing but sunshine. looks like a beautiful day. tomorrow 11:00 some fog along the coast. it's increasing clouds late in the day, but we'll have that filtered sun. as we go up to napa for the next few days, 68 is the average high, 70 today, 74 on sunday. clouds and slightly cooler on monday, still above average, though.
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low to mid-60s the rest of the week with that next front coming into play. so tomorrow you can expect more mid-70s from livermore to concord, 75 in antioch and napa with low 60s along the coast. still mild on monday. increasing clouds, maybe a shower late monday into tuesday. so everyone will cool off. as we look a little bit closer, you'll notice that that rain chance coming into the north by monday evening into tuesday, it heads on out throughout wednesday. thursday looking cloudy, increasing clouds. could see some rain as early at late thursday and into late friday and friday night, yes, we're looking at maybe a quarter of an inch of rain. way too early to speculate. but that system does look like a quick mover. hopefully we have the timing off and maybe we could get the home opener in. 68 in fremont, 63 in san francisco, 70 in napa. look for morgan hill to be about 70 this afternoon. 6:07 is game time tonight. 7:07, numbers at about 60 degrees, plenty of sunshine.
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the sun sets at 7:30. by 10:00 we should be in the mid-50s over in oakland. 47 overnight there as well as rich monday. 44 in cloverdale with 45 in los gatos. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s coast, upper 60s around the bay, 70 inland. for sunny and milder weather today. the warming trend continues tomorrow. if you haven't downloaded our accuweather app yet, monday and tuesday we could be tracking some showers perhaps just north bay. by the end of the week everyone could see some appeared we're back to near average readings. the snowpack is at 161% of normal. so amazing. maybe more snow with that second system next week. >> where did the time go? one day we're talking about snow, the next we're talking about baseball season openers. >> lots of sunshine. nice spring-like conditions today. >> we'll take it. lisa, thanks. just ahead, it's a race in monterey bay. hundreds of dolphins speed along as a super pod
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dan harris joins us now from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america." good morning. the wait for the mueller report, the attorney general william barr is now saying he will release a version of the report to congress to april. will that be enough for the democrats? how they're responding this morning. plus the latest in the jussie smollett saga. the city of chicago is now insisting that he pay back thousands of dollars for the investigation.
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for an naacp image award. will he make an appearance at tonight's ceremony. finally the elite eight lineup. we'll look at the teams advancing to the next round. plus all the best plays for this week's march madness matchups. it's all coming up on gma. we'll see you soon. an overload of puppies is forcing one animal shelter to take action. they are offering dogs and puppies at half price this spring. adoptions usually cost $195 for puppies, $130 for dogs, and $60 for senior dogs. but the shelter will offer discounted rates through april 15th. the price includes spaying or neutering, microchipping and registration, vaccinations, flea and worm treatments and a free wellness exam. hundreds of rare dolphins were caught on camera by a group of whale watchers yesterday. the princess monterey whale watching group captured this incredible image. you guessed it in monterey bay. the large group of dolphins is called a super pod. here are a few closeups. dolphins are very social but super pods of this size are very rare. here's another photo showing
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several dozen dolphins. monterey bay aquarium estimates nearly 1,000 dolphins made up yesterday's super pod. also, a real spectacle in the long beach harbor yesterday. take i look at this. as many as five whales were spotted going for a morning swim. this time of year it's gray whales making an epic journey to alaska, some traveling 10,000 miles. in recent weeks there have been numerous sightings along the bay area coast. still to come on "abc 7 mornings," a sight not seen in decades. what has
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thanks for joining us. we're starting this half hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen with more on the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> hey, chris, see for yourself, from mt. tam isn't this beautiful? a clear and cool start. we're looking at temperatures into the lower 40s in some of the cooler locations. morgan hill 43, otherwise san francisco the warm spot at 50. 46 oakland, mountain view and half moon bay. from walnut creek you can see the sun coming up with no clouds around. 41 santa rosa, 40 in petaluma. napa 38. you had a little fog. 42 in livermore. santa cruz right now looks beautiful. and we'll look for that sun coming up in the next 30 minutes. low 60s for noon time
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temperatures around the bay and inland. up 50s at the coast through the afternoon to near 60. and low 70s for some of our inland valleys for your afternoon highs. but through 7:00 we'll still be in the low 60s, so a very nice dry and warmer day today. chris. >> lisa, thank you. president trump is threatening to close the entire u.s./mexico border next week. he's also in the process of ending foreign aid to guatemala, honduras and el salvador. here's abc news with the story. >> we'll keep it closed for a long time. i'm not playing games. >> reporter: president trump threatening to close the u.s./mexico border indefinitely if mexico doesn't stop people from seeking asylum in the u.s. the president sending out tweets accusing democrats of supporting weak immigration laws. the president recently tried to allocate funds for his border wall without congressional approval. 12 senate republicans voting with democrats to bloc president's emergency declaration directing $3.5 billion from the pentagon to
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build his wall. but the president overrode their resolution, issuing his very first veto. abc news consultant john cohen who held a senior role at homeland security, said the last time the border was closed was during the reagan administration and caused severe economic harm to both countries. >> history tells us that when you shut down the southern border, you do little to stop the flow of illegal drugs into the united states, you do little to stop illegal immigration. yu do cause significant economic harm to the united states. >> reporter: the u.s. chamber of commerce said the border closure that happened last fall near san diego for a mere five hours cost $5.3 million in lost revenue. the president claiming it will do the opposite. >> closing the border will be a profit-making operation. >> reporter: mexico's foreign minister responding saying that mexico does not act on the basis of threats. abc news, los angeles. the attorney general has announced that he'll release the entire 400-page mueller report to the public by mid-april or even earlier.
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the president in the meantime is declaring the russia hoax as dead. abc news reporter serena marshall reports from washington. >> reporter: the long-awaited mueller report will be made public and the president is backing its release. >> i have great confidence in the attorney general. if that's what he'd like to do, i have nothing to hide. >> reporter: in a letter to congressional leaders, attorney general william barr writes i share your desire to ensure that congress and the public have the opportunity to read the special counsel's report. everyone will soon be able to read it on their own. the announcement by barr comes after the president's first campaign rally since robert mueller's inquiry wrapped up. >> total exoneration, complete vindication. >> reporter: where in the nged him during the 22-month russia probe. >> little pencil neck adam schiff. >> reporter: just thursday republicans had called on schiff to give up his seat, accusing him of wrongfully promoting a collusion theory. >> my colleagues may think it's
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okay that the russians offered dirt on the democratic candidate for president. i think it's immoral. i think it's corrupt. >> reporter: according to barr's summary, mueller did clear the president on collusion but he did not reach a determination on whether the president obstructed justice. in fact it stated the special counsel states that while this report does not conclude the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him. those many still unanswered questions will finally be answered in mid-april when the 400-page long report is expected to finally be released. there will be redactions, but barr says there is no plan to get the president's sign-off. serena marshall, abc news, washington. a former democratic candidate for lieutenant governor of nevada is accusing former vice president joe biden of inappropriate touching. lucy flores says she was at a campaign rally in 2014 when biden put his hands on her shoulders, leaned in to smell her hair and then kissed the back of her head. a spokesman for biden says
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neither biden nor his staff recall the events described by flores but biden believes in her right to share her recollection. she decided to move on at the time but recent pictures of biden with women and young girls made her feel compelled to speak up. she is not suggesting that biden broke any laws. new developments on california's gun control law backed by governor newsom. a san diego judge has declared the ban on high-capacity magazines as unconstitutional. voters passed it in 2016 which banned magazines holding more than ten rounds. the governor says the ruling is dangerous for our communities. he says he remains committed to gun control. attorney general javier becerra's office is reviewing the decision and will re-evaluate next steps. nurses at stanford medical center are asking for more security after a patient recently attacked a nurse. the nurses arerely ractegiaonwith hospital. the contractorw. among other things, they want
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the right to refuse rses s t hp won'en. >> we know that the hospitals can do more to protect the nurses and we've asked the hospitals to do more, but they haven't agreed to our common sense proposals. >> stanford health care sent abc 7 news a statement about contract negotiations saying they are hopeful an agreement can be reached, but the hospital did not specifically address the issue of nurse safety. the san mateo police department is asking for your help in finding a possible underwear thief. police released this video showing a man walking around during an open house last sunday. they say he had a noticeable bulge around his abdomen that wasn't there when he first walked in. after the open house the homeowner noticed many of her expensive undergarments were missing. anyone with information is asked to call police. san mateo police say if you are planning an open house, lock up your valuables, even those you wear, andin stall interior
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surveillance. some long-lost visitors are creating a buzz in the presidio in san francisco. on closer examination, experts realize the swarming insects were silver digger bees. the bees live underground and haven't been seen here in large numbers since the 1920s. the experts say they're swarming near their nests looking to mate and their return is great news for the environment. >> these are really important for native plant paulination. they're very specific to a lot ofhee plso ey're vetse lants ofhe pl theion of t of wildlife. >> experts have marked areas around the underground nests but say the bees are so them their space. starting monday many of us will have to pay more to shop
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online. out of state online retailers will be required to collect california sales tax starting april 1st. it applies to businesses generating more than $100,000 in annual sales from californians or companies that conduct at least 200 transactions in california. but that could change. state lawmakers are fast tracking a bill that would amend the financial threshold to $500,000 so that small retailers wouldn't be hit as hard. for the first time in 15 years the oakland public library is extending its hours. starting monday the main library and the 81st avenue branch will be open seven days a week. 14 neighborhood branches will be open six days a week and until 8:00 p.m. two nights a week. all library locations will now be open on mondays. in total, the oakland public library system will be open more than 200 additional hours per week. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," ever heard of kinetic art? we'll step into an interactive art installation and show you what the buzz is all about in te south bay. first as we head to break, here's a live look outside from our sutro tower camera pointed
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welcome back, everyone. the time right now is 6:40. the current temperature in san francisco is 52 degrees. we're taking a closer look at the golden gate bridge. thanks so much for starting your day with "abc 7 mornings." your accuweather forect just minutes away. happening tonight, landmarks
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and millions of people around the world will turn off their lights for one hour. it's all part of the world wildlife fund's earth hour and the commitment to protecting nature. it starts at 8:30 tonight. organizers want you to show your support for the fight against climate change and the conservation of the natural world. bay area landmarks taking part include ghirardelli square, golden gate bridge, and coit tower. lisa, you've been tracking the forecast for us and it's going to be another nice weekend. >> yeah, it's going to be beautiful. if you're headed up to the mountains, smooth sailing. 19 degrees, though, this morning in truckee. tahoe valley airport is at 21. a high of 46. sunny today, partly cloudy tomorrow. showers in the mountains on tuesday. sow next friday. so what does that mean for the bay area? stay tuned, my accuweather seven-day forecast is next. >> a little bit of everything. lisa, thank you. also ahead, theime thriller minnesota with some controversial calls at the end. anthony flores has the highlights and postgame reaction coming up i wanted more from my copd medicine... ...that's why i've got the powe.
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originally discovered...er. prevagen. healthier brain. better life. all right. the time right now is 6:44. we're waking up with this live shot from pier 39 where you can see, yeah, not many sea lions out there right now. with the nice weather it should be a busy day at the pier. we'll get a check of the full accuweather forecast from meteorologist lisa argen coming up. in sports tonight the sharks will try to snap their season-high seven game losing streak. the men in teal battle the golden knights at sap center. the puck drops at 6:00 p.m. the giants will try to get their
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first win against the padres. the first pitch is at 5:40. and the a's face the angels at the oakland coliseum at 6:07 p.m. the warriors return home tomorrow night against the hornets. last night was one of their most frustrating losses of the season. anthony flores has the details in this morning's sports. good morning, everyone. the warriors are leaving minnesota disappointed and frustrated after a couple of questionable calls at the end of an overtime thriller. the dubs trailed by 11 with 1:40 to go in o.t. game over, right? not so fast. not when you have this guy, curry. second three of the overtime, it's a three-point ball game. still a three-point game with five seconds to go. kevin durant fouled before the shot. he drains it. could have been a four-point play. durant and kerr can't believe it. so another inbounds play for the warriors. it goes to curry. work it in the corner, hits the pocket. 13th trey of the game.
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we are tied at 130. 37 for steph. half second to go, minnesota inbounding, durant called for holding on karl-anthony towns who makes one free throw and that's it. the dubs lose 131-130. the warriors fall to 0-5 in overtime games this season. steve kerr not happy with the noncall. >> in any league, any league that's a good bucket and a free throw, any league. not just the nba. >> looking at those calls over and over and over again and still don't understand either one of them. >> he's so good with his whistle he knew they were going to foul me and he caught it right before i shot the ball. he's one of the greatest refs of all time. to baseball, giants changing things up already. buster posey at first. bottom three, padres up 2-0. derek holland gives up a home run to ian kinsler. this makes it 3 hi-0 pads. holland goes four innings, gives up three runs.
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top nine, giants first run of the season comes on a home run by evan longoria, breaks a streak of 17 scoreless innings. giants had the go ahead run at the plate in the ninth but two strikeouts to end it. high strike call, nobody in orange likes the call. 4-1 is the final. angels and a's, matt chapman nearly drops his defensive player of the year trophy from ricky henderson. a good catch, that would be ironic. no score in the sixth inning. chris davis launches his second homer in as many days. fans are loving it in oakland. a's take a 2-0 lead. buheighe ben a rare moment of looking human coughing up the lead with a two-run single up the middle. the angels score four runs off three different a's pitchers. the angels go on to beat the a's 6-2. oakland falls to 1-3. that's a look at your morning sports, i'm anthony flores. have a great weekend. getting a check now of the bay area forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. hi, lisa. >> hey, chris.
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yeah, it's going to be a nice weekend if you want it dry, mild and sunny. here's a look at san francisco behind me. temperatures have been around 50 degrees or low 50s depending on where you're sit waited. but for everyone we are looking nice and sunny with numbers into the 70s around the bay. we'll look for a few increasing clouds tomorrow, that's for sunday, but as for today in your forecast highlights, it's going to be sunny and warm and overall for the weekend we're looking at increasing temperatures tomorrow. spring-like warmth with 70s widespread from the south bay to our inland valleys, and then rain returns as early as late monday. looks like into next friday everyone has a chance. santa cruz in the low 40s right now, going into the upper 60s today. so maybe it is a beach day for you. we will have plenty of sun. those winds out of the west at 10 to 20 miles an hour later on today. so it will be a little breezy at times as you get closer to the water, but a typical spring-like
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day on the way. 50 san francisco, 46 in mountain view and san jose as well as half moon bay. morgan hill checking in at 43. the view from mt. tam, it's chilly in the north bay. low 40s out there, so you may need the jacket getting going, but as you head up that mountain, the layers should be coming off in some spots where you have the sun. 41 santa rosa as well as petaluma. it's 40 in vacaville, 45 in concord. if you're headed down to santa cruz, a high of 67. closer around ocean beach looking at highs in the low 60s. half moon bay about 60. stinson should be in the low 60s with bodega bay 58 68 in santa clara, 68 in los gatos. 70 in morgan hill, 66 redwood city, 65 in millbrae. downtown san francisco in the lower 60s. 63. in the north bay look for 71 in calistoga, santa rosa. vallejo about 69. if you're on the east bay today,
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sunny and mild 66 oakland, san leandro, fremont 68. inland 70 in antioch, 69 in livermore. if you're headed out to the delta, it will be even warmer there. 72 degrees for thunder over the bay today and spring-like warmth tomorrow. for sunday 69 in richmond, even milder with more mid-70s inland. in the south bay looking at your monday afternoon looking at some clouds. in fact the showers could be invading the north bay. tuesday everyone is cooler in the upper 50s to low 60s. we do get a break midweek. this is a system that could get our heads wet late monday, it pulls out tuesday into wednesday. as the clouds increase, yes, this is the system that i'm concerned about because it is the end of the week into the weekend, the giants home opener and at this point it does look soggy. the accuweather seven-day forecast, 60s coastside, upper 60s around the bay, 70 inland. that's sunny and milder for
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everyone. even more sunshine with mid-70s into your sunday. a few high clouds drifting by from time to time. download our accuweather app, one on our storm impact scale. may not impact many of you on monday and tuesday but the end of the week system do. so are we done yet? no. >> we'll see how it all plays out. lisa, thanks. isn't san jose, an interactive art space has recently been drawing record crowds and the best part, it's free to the public. in san jose's sofa district, an ever-changing space that aims to engage and enlighten others. >> people are in here smiling, they're making the motion detectors do something. they think these sculptures are speaking back to them. sglm kathy kim ball is executive director and chief curator of the san jose institute of art or ica for short. this spring the nonprofit organization has three exhibitions drawing crowds from all over the bay. one features work from a pioneer in electronic, kinetic and robotic sculpture, including one
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of the earliest versions of an autonomous vehicle created in the '90s. this allows the viewer to walk into a living painting and this is abstract sculptures made out of compressed wool by artist stephanie metz who is local to san jose. >> shared social experiences is something that matters. more and more people want that as a counterbalance to all the digital sharing that happens. >> it's been experiencing a renaissance in recent years. >> it's a community and it's a vibe and atmosphere that people love. it's very inclusive. >> the success of the art space has also helped other downtown entrepreneurs. >> more and more businesses are starting to open here so that's also encouraging. a lot of people are investing in this area because they see it as an up-and-coming area in san jose. >> visitors here taking a break from the hustle and bustle of silicon valley. >> just expose myself to more art. to be inspired and maybe i take what i see today and make something of my own like based off what i see there. >> the ica is set to celebrate its 40th year in 2020. >> making statements that are
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thought provoking or inspiring, are creating a forum for dialogue that i don't think can happen outside a venue like this. >> the free admission is made possible by private donors and various grants. next, thousands of comic book fans are dressing up in costumes for this years wondercon. a preview of day two, coming up. yoooh, hello yellow! at ross and you find... that's yes for less.
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number 3. nobody picked all six so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $88 million. today is day two of wondercon in anaheim. thousands shoetd up in costumes inspired by comic books and tv shows. the annual pop culture event draws more than 60,000 people over three days. hundreds of exhibitors showed off their comics and artwork. actors of the hit abc show "agents of shield" toy for a panel on the highly anticipated sixth season. this is the 33rd year of wondercon. looks like a fun time. a final weather check now with lisa argen. >> if you're headed outside, a little cool. 66 in oakland, how about 70 for you in morgan hill and antioch as well as concord. today. it should be in the mid to upper 60s from oakland to vallejo. even milder tomorrow, a few high
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clouds. could see rain monday night in the north bay into tuesday, a break wednesday. everyone could get wet into next weekend. so unfortunately, no, there's still spring showers that are headed our way, but not for this weekend. in fact it's going to be stellar out there. looking great. >> 60s in san francisco equals t-shirts and shorts weather. >> yeah, right. >> lisa, thanks. and thanks to you for joining us on "abc 7 mornings." "good morning america" is next. for now we'll leave you for a live look from oar exploratorium camera pointed at the bay bridge on this saturday morning. make it a great morning, everybody.
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good morning, america. two major headlines out of washington this morning including the president's new
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border threat. donald trump threatening to shut down the entire southern border if mexican authorities don't block migrants from entering the u.s. >> we'll keep it closed for a long time. >> what's behind this decision and how much could it hurt the american economy? this as we learn new details about the mueller report. when will the attorney general, william barr, release it to the public? and when will he testify on capitol hill? breaking overnight, wild weather. a suspected tornado sending these mobile homes tumbling. its massive force as hail hits this area sending cars slipping and sliding. where this strong system is headed next. defending her decision. the prosecutor explaining why

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