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ryan: gooevening. [ cheers and applause ] h. looking good. tonight, the flood emergency as we come on the air. powerful storms slamming the welcome to "american idol." south. dozens rescued from rising waters. and a very happy mother's day to homes and buildings washed out. roads destroyed. severe storms from the gulf coast to virginia. the system now hitting the northeast. runway scare. the new images tonight. the passenger plane coming down with no front landing gear. chaos inside the cabin. passengers scrambling to get out. also tonight, the new clues in the case of that missing 4-year-old girl. surveillance images of the last time she was seen. her mother's ex-fiance charged with tampering with evidence. what authorities say they found in his apartment. news tonight about the american airlines pilot indicted in a triple murder case, allegedly killing a couple and their neighbor several years ago. burning some of the bodies.
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questions now about how he ended up in the cockpit. hostage mystery. what we're now learning about the american set free. and new details about the rescue mission, and the deadly close quarter battle for two french commandos. missing in paradise. the hiker vanishing for days without a trace. dozens of volunteers joining the search. and the photo out tonight. can you guess this famous baby? and the mother's day message behind this image. and good evening. thanks for joining us on this sunday. i'm tom llamas. we begin tonight with the severe weather slamming the south. dangerous storms from the gulf coast to virginia. blinding rain and heavy winds hitting alabama. dozens of water rescues under way. more than a foot of rain falling in mississippi. a thunderstorm lighting up the sky in florida. the system moving to the
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northeast through tomorrow. here's rob marciano. >> reporter: tonight, powerful storms slamming the south again and millions up the east coast in the throes of torrential rain and damaging winds. a flash flood emergency, forcing first responders to make daring rescues and wade through chest-high waters to save those stranded in this mississippi neighborhood. in poplarville, mississippi, more than a foot of rain falling, carving out huge sections of this road and cutting off all exit routes for residents there. >> i lost everything, sir. i lost everything. >> reporter: wind gusts topping 55 miles per hour ripping through this alabama parking lot. gulf shores residents cleaning up tonight, after powerful winds brought trees down onto cars. the flooding extensive, washing out tracks, derailing more than two dozen cars from this freight train. homes and buildings inundated by rising water that nearly swallows up this truck. flash flood warnings issued dooday. >> reporter: i
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orleans, floodwater fillinthe streets. to the north and east, more severe weather. a poss and early this morning, strong thunderstorms triggering this intense lightning near pensacola, florida. >> rob marciano joins us live ndy all forecast. day. the wide swath of rain in new england heading back towards the west. it's been a cold rain, even some accumulating snow in some of the mountains. tomorrow, temps in the 40s, and rain increasing through the day. a coastal area of rain and wind, tomorrow night into tuesday. and not clearing in the east until late tuesday and wednesday. tom? >> rob, thank you. overseas to the frightening emergency landing in myanmar. the jet forced to land without its nose gear. the plane skidding down the
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runway, the pilot dumping fuel before the landing. 82 passengers scrambling to get to safety. here's julia macfarlane. >> reporter: a runway scare at yangon airport in myanmar. investigators now pouring over these nail-biting images to help determine why this myanmar national airlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing without its front wheels. the nose of the plane scraping down the runway tarmac. smoke rises under their seats. >> evacuate. evte them to get out using the emergency slides. the pilot of the embraer 190 jet, with 89 people onboard, forced to carry out the dramatic landing when the front landing gear failed to deploy. officials now trying to discover what went wrong, and just how close this incident was to disaster. but for now, the pilot and crew, celebrated as heroes, for averting what could have been another aviation tragedy.
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all 82 passengers and 7 crew walked away without a scratch. many even leaving with a smile. tom, this was a textbook emergency landing. the pilot knew he didn't have those front wheels, so he circled twice and dumped fuel to make the plane lighter. tom? >> julia, thank you. back at home to the disturbing new clues in the case of the missing 4-year-old girl in houston. police saying there is blood evidence, and new images believed to show the last time she was known to be alive. the suspect now being called her mother's ex-fiance, facing charges. here's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: tonight, the man last seen with 4-year-old maleah davis before her disappearance is behind bars, charged with tampering with evidence. >> a warrant was obtained for >> reporter: these surveillance images obtained exclusively by last time maleah was reportedly seen. wearing that pink tutu,
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following her mother's ex-fiance, derion vence, into their houston home on april 30th. three days later, that same camera recording vence carrying out a laundry basket with a garbage bag inside and later a bottle of bleach. vence telling police that night he was stopped on the side of the road when he was attacked. his car and maleah taken by three men. he tells investigators he woke up nearly 24 hours later, brought his 2-year-old son to the hospital, and reported maleah missing. but police say these images show vence getting dropped off at the hospital in the same car he claimed was stolen. investigators later finding that nissan, where they say canines picked up the scent of human decomposition. and police say inside vence's apartment they found what they describe as blood evidence linked to maleah. police tell us they are still searching for maleah, and haven't given up hope that she could still be alive. vence is being held on $1 million bond. expected back in court tomorrow morning. tom?
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>> marci, thank you. we're learning more about the american airlines pilot charged with triple murder. questions about how he ended up in the cockpit. the couple's son who pressured authorities not to give up now speaking out. here's diane macedo. >> reporter: tonight we're learning more about the pilot charged with killing his former neighbors in 2015. christian martin, who flew for a subsidiary of american airlines, arrested in his uniform at louisville airport saturday just before a flight. police found pamela phillips and edward dansereau's bodies in a burned-out car in this cornfield. later discovering calvin phillips was shot dead in his home. martin lived across the street. at the time, martin spoke to station wsmv claiming calvin phillips had had an affair with his ex. >> you know, you could tell something was going on. i didn't know exactly what. >> reporter: but he denied knowing anything about the murders. former army major martin was court-martialed in 2016 in connection with allegations of
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sexual misconduct. found guilty of a lesser charge of mishandling classified information. calvin phillips was set to testify in that case. it's unclear if that court-martial came up in his background check to fly. >> the fact that this pilot had an army court-martial conviction should have come up in the hiring process. and if it didn't, why? >> reporter: american airlines saying it was deeply saddened to learn about the charges. adding, "pilots undergo a criminal background check and recurrent vetting," and "christian martin was subject to this recurrent vetting without any criminal history that would disqualify him from being a commercial pilot." the phillips' son matt, now keeping pressure on authorities to bring justice to his family. saying on this mother's day, "the world was robbed of a beautiful human being in my mother. i'll fight for her, for my father, and ed until the end of time. because they would have for me." >> diane, that son we just heari
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they say he's the reason this case stayed alive. now martin is being held without bond. still not clear on when he will appear in court. >> diane, thank you. and now to politics. president trump's face-off with congress. and several showdowns building this week. the new report claiming the president and allies are blocking more than 20 investigations and 79 requests for documents and information. democrats giving a deadline for the release of president trump's tax returns. and the president already giving his answer. kyra phillips is at the white house. >> reporter: tonight, democrats are firing back. accusing president trump of stonewalling their investigations at every turn. >> the trump administration has decided to say a blanket no. no to any kind of oversight whatsoever. no witnesses, no documents, no nothing. >> reporter: a new analysis from "the washington post" shows the president and his allies are working to block more than 20 separate investigations led by congressional democrats,
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refusing to comply with at least 79 requests for information. the president insisting he won't release his tax returns. >> while i'm under audit, i won't do it. >> reporter: he's exerted executive privilege to stop congress from getting access to the full mueller report, indicating there's no need for the special counsel to testify. >> i think, to me, it looks like a redo. >> reporter: leaving that decision to his attorney general. >> the american people have every right to hear what the man who did the investigation has to say. >> reporter: republicans saying mueller's testimony won't change the report's outcome. >> it's not going to change the outcome of the mueller report. this is a time where the country wants us to move forward. >> reporter: but democrats say the country is in a constitutional crisis. >> he is every day demonstrating more obstruction of justice and disrespect for congress' legitimate role. >> reporter: the speaker of the house saying president trump's actions have made him, quote,
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"self-impeachable." the top democrat on the intelligence committee, though, warning taking that step could have consequences. >> it's certainly true that these additional acts of obstruction, a president having obstructed the justice department investigation, now obstructing congress, does add weight to impeachment, but part of our reluctance is we are already a bitterly divided country and an impeachment process will divide us further. >> kyra, the president and his allies are facing another round of deadlines from congress this week to turn over the unredacted mueller report and his tax returns. will house democrats be able to get any of that information? >> reporter: it's unclear how any of this will play out. it's highly unlikely we'll see a resolution this week. deadline or no deadline, the president is standing firm. meanwhile, democrats considering more aggressive steps to enforce compliance including levying fines. as for the idea of a constitutional crisis, trump tweeting tonight that is pathetically untrue.
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tom? >> kyra, thank you. and news about the trade war with china. investigators and small business owners closely watching the stock market. president trump's chief economic adviser, conceding american consumers and not china pay for the 25% tariffs on many chinese products. china expected to retaliate. the adviser says president trump and china's president could meet next month. next tonight to the growing mystery surrounding the deadly hostage rescue in west africa. an american woman among the people saved. asking authorities not to reveal information about herself. here's erielle reshef. >> reporter: tonight, mounting questions about the american held hostage in west africa for nearly a month. the woman in her 60s, now said to be in good condition. but her identity, still shrouded in mystery. u.s. sources say she has asked officials not to reveal any information about her.
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the lack of details leading to a swirl of speculation about why she was in the region to begin with, and how her 28-day captivity apparently went unnoticed. only discovered as french commandos launched that harrowing raid in burkina faso to free two french cs, which also revealed a south korean captive. u.s. sources telling abc news the american is simply a private citizen. trying to recover from the ordeal. >> i would be surprised if any citizen being held for as long as 28 days didn't come to the knowledge of the nations that they come from, meaning the south korean and the american. >> reporter: two elite french soldiers losing their lives in the incident. french officials say they were killed in close quarters as they ambushed a jihadi encampment. three of the hostages landing in france saturday, meeting with president emanuel macron and expressing gratitude for their liberation from what they described as, quote, "hell." the french tourist admitting they should not have traveled on safari to an area under a french advisory, saying, "we should have avoided this region of the
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world unfortunately prone to instability." >> erielle joins us now live. there is now a big effort by the americans to find out who this woman was and why she was captured? >> that's right. so many people want information. sources close to the investigation say there are ongoing effo hostage for more information. >> erielle, thank you. and new information about the ship quarantined due to measles. 28 people remain onboard the ship. the ship owned by the church of scientology. more than 300 passengers and crew were allowed to leave. still ahead on "world news tonight," the deadly police shootout. one officer killed, another wounded. what we've just learned. plus, the new clues in the case of a 35-year-old woman, who vanished on a nature trail in maui. and the intense flames and
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24 hours later. inside, her phone and wallet. keys hid under the tire. >> i had just seen her a week ago, and when i saw her she was so happy. she just was glowing. >> reporter: for days now, search crews could be seen fanning over the majestic forest using search dogs and drones, even setting up a makeshift base camp. friends starting a social media campaign and handing out fliers featuring the physical therapist. and while volunteers continue to hit the trails, friends of eller are now asking expert climbers to help search the rugged ravines and canyons, as many of the trails have come up empty. >> we have a $10,000 reward. god forbid something's happened to her. if anybody has amanda eller, please let her go. >> reporter: tom, multiple search teams including the fbi have now joined the search effort. and we're learning that eller's family will be arriving from an overseas trip to assist in any way they can. tom?
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baker mayfield. >> there's no handbook on parenting. >> reporter: reading a letter he wrote to his mother gina for mother's day. >> but if there was, you would be the author. >> reporter: but what the former heisman trophy winner doesn't know is that his mother is in the next room listening to every word of it. >> the way you showed unconditional love through every up and down and a few self-inflicted mistakes along the way. >> reporter: gina tearing up as mayfield shares some of the tough times. >> and always having a big picture mindset to push through adversity. >> reporter: including a 2014 >> when absolutely everything was not going our way. looking back, you never flinched. you were going to make sure your son was going to get to where he wanted to go to school. that's the type of love that i'm so thankful for. the type of love that makes you so unique and special. always putting others before yourself. >> reporter: as mayfield gets to the end of his letter, his mom walking to the next room for the big reveal. >> you're a perfect role model and i'm so thankful to be your son. happy mother's day, mom.
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hi, mom. >> surprise. >> what are you doing here? >> that was so sweet. >> love you. >> love you. >> did you hear it, through the doors? >> yes. i heard everything. >> it's nice that she can actually hear it, not just on paper. there's a lot more i could say, but i'm thankful for you and i love you. >> i love you, too. >> so well said. we thank espn for their help with that story. happy mother's day to all the moms out there. and the ones here working so hard for us every day. we thank you for watching. i'm tom llamas in new york. "gma" first thing in the morning. david muir will be right back here tomorrow night. have a great evening. good night.
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that led to an amber alert out of oakland. today a strange twist of events. police say the child never was missing. the portland trail blazers are going to the conference finals for the first one on tu. the game marked the family first in the finals. on the move. the delicate job of relocating one of the peninsula's oldest mansions. abc7 news starts now. now, news to build a better bay area, from abc7. the father who claimed his young daughter was inside his car when it was stolen in oakland now faces charges himself. good afternoon, thank you for joining us. i'm dion lim. >> i'm erik thomas. welcome to this early edition of abc7 news at k56 due to american idol up next. we begin in oakland.
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>> new details on the car theft that prompted an amber alert. what have you learned. >> reporter: this case has a lot of people in total disbelief. initially a father said his daughter had been the victim of a carjacking. turns out it was all a ploy, according to police, to try and get his car back faster. check out this surveillance video from saturday night that you will see only on abc7 news. a suspected car thief getting into a silver mercedes outside a liquor store on international boulevard while the owner was inside. seconds later, the mercedes drives off. the owner, seen running after the stolen car, into traffic. the car's owner told police his 3-year-old daughter was in the in the confusion, the child was initially identified as a boy. >> the victim's 3-year-old son may possibly be inside the vehicle. it is not clear. there is a lot of yelling. >> reporter: the case prompted an amber alert. the car was discovered hours
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later after itrashed into a bus stop in he will ka receipto. the suspect was taken into custody but the child was not inside. police say that's because the child was never in the car to begin with. she was at home safe with her mom. the father, arrested for making a false police report in hopes police would recover the stolen mercedes quicker. >> i don't think that's right. i think there are other ways to find your car. >> reporter: this woman who lives in oakland can't believe the story. >> i am glad the baby is safe. that's the most important thing about everything, that the baby was not in the car. it is sad he lied about it just to get his car back. but i am glad the baby is safe. >> reporter: yeah, certainly everyone is glad that child is safe. the identity of the father has not been released. still a lot of questions here. it is unclear if police contacted the mother before issuing that amber alert yesterday. live in oakland, cornell barnard, abc7 news. >> cornell thank you very much. we sent out a push alert shortly after the girl was found early this morning. for news updates any time,
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download the abc7 news app. you can enable push alerts to get updates sent directly to your mobile device. now to the case of another missing girl, maleah davis, who still hasn't been found. her mother's exfiancee has been arrested. the man seen with maleah davis now under arrest. facing a judge this weekend, charged with tamperring with evidence, namely a corpse. >> i am glad someone is charged. people need to tell the truth and tell what happened to maleah. >> reporter: surveillance video shows maleah walking into the family home in houston with vence on tuesday april 30th. reportedly the last time she was seen alive. images from the same camera show vence leaving three days later, carrying a laundry basket with a black garbage bag inside.
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then telling investigators ma a was abducted when he pulled over on the side of the road claiming three men assaulted him and when he woke up 24 hours later claiming maleah was gone and his car stolen. surveillance video shows him being dropped off in his car at the hospital. the car was found later. police say they found blood inside vence's apartment. it is linked to maleah. but they tell us they aren't giving up hope she could still be a i live saying the search is ongoing. vence is now being held on $1 million bond. marcy gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. in the south bay a woman from san jose faces felon dui charges today in connection with a crash that killed a teenager. investigators say ashley marie oliver was driving a chrysler minivan in the wrong direction
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on southbound 17 in santa clara when she crashed into a car with five people inside. it happened outside redwood estates around 2:00 a.m. yesterday morning. the victims are from fremont. two people were trapped in the car when it was hit. one was take tony the trauma center. some of the victims may not have been wearing seat belts at the time of the crash. a pedestrian death i corner golden gate avenue and hyde street. a police tell the chronicle a man was struck by a vehicle and a bus was stopped at the scene. it is unclear how the bus was involved. the white house has not complied with at least 79 congressional requests following the release of special counsel robert mueller's redacted report. democrats want to hear from robert mueller himself after saying toej william barr is unreliable. house democrats are considering issuing fines on white house
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officials who refuse to comply including don mcgahn. >> i think if you fine people to their person until they comply it gets their attention. >> president trump today posted on twitter calling the investigation a total scam, a witch-hunt that yielded no collusion, no obstruction. the report the outline 11 instances of possible obstruction. shifting gears now, the time has come. the wait is finally over. we know who the warriors will face in the western conference finals. mindi bach joins us with highlights and reaction after today's portland/denver game. mindi, which one of thehe nuggee top spot this the western conference but portland they split the season series with themt at this, portlandt 100 toe
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it was a grueling seven game series. damian lillard is come with the trailed blazers. stephen curry is going to face his younger brother seth. it is the first time brothers have played against each other in a conference finals. happy mother's day sonja. game one is on tuesday at oracle arena. >> arguably the biggest win that we have had in the franchise for a long time. to be a part of it, to do it the way we did, i'm just -- i'm thrilled. i'm really happy for our guys. you know, as a coach, you -- i think you experience the joy of the team. >> this is going to be a good one. >> uh-huh. oh, that guy, damian, he hits a few shots, too. >> good from three. >> mindi, thanks a lot. in other sports now, the east bay, the a's could be getting closer to building their
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plpzed 35,000 seat steadng on oakland's board of commissioners votes tomorrow. it would give the team four years to get land use approvals and conduct an environmental review. this in turn would allow the team to lease the 50-acre site at $3.8 million for the first 20 years of a 66-year lease. those who oppose the deal say the a's are getting special treatment since other companies who lease terminals have to pay more per acre. in the south bay a crash in the dark of night chased people out of their home. look. the santa clara county sheriff's office tweeted this photo of a tree near esplit in half. deputies say a 50 foot section of the tree that was ten foot in diameter fell on the house in cupertino. nobody inside the house was hurt. abc news was in redwood city as the lay tlop house was being moved. it is one of the areas's oldest
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houses and belonged to one of the original investors of the san francisco to san jose railroad. it is being moved to just outside the san mateo history museum. moving the house ten feet an hour could take up to five days. $1.5 million in general funds has been allocated for the relocation. are drug companies overcharging us? the claims in a new lawsuit filed against some 20 drug companies. ♪ >> and dedicated to mom. the story behind a special play list performed live to help brand-new moms in san francisco celebrate their first mother's day. i'm meteorologist drew tuma. we'll take you down to santa cruz right now. the boardwalk just soaked in sun. rain is returning to the forecast this
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leading drug companies now face a lawsuit over claims of inflating prices. 44 states filed the suit on friday claiming the companies increased price of generic drugs by up to 1000%.
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the suit claims an industry-wide scheme affected prices of more than 100 generic drugs, including blood thinners, contraceptives and anti-depress apartments. 20 companies are included in the lawsuit. tel aviva says they have not engaged in any conduct that would lead to civil or criminal liability. a sweet and soothing serenade for mothers and their newborn babies this mother's day. ♪ abc7 news was in san francisco inside the family birth center at sutter health california's bask medical center's mission bernal campus. classical musicians from the san francisco conserver to of music set up in the maternity ward hallway to create a soothing ambiance for babies, their moms and the rest of their families on this special day. people are using social
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media to show their prerks for mom. el cerrito plenty said thank you to all the moms who care and love us. and the a's tweeting all things pink on mother's day. and the sussex royal account paid tribute today as meghan markle celebrates her first mother's day with baby archie. they showed a picture of his tiny feet in his mother's hand. the flowers you see are in honor of princess diana, forget me notes, the favorite flower of the princess of wales. if working in an office isn't for you and you love to travel we may have found you the perfect job. and a growing sport that combines fis beand golf. what it takes to win the annual disk pro golf tour. i hope you are enjoying the warm and sunny weather out there right now. cooler air moves in and rain
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returns this week for several days. details in the accuweather after the break. ablz's new brand localish is sharing in stories. >> this week meet a beauty pageant contestant who is trying to redefine definitions. >> that little girl was very shy. i think she would be proud, shocked but celebrating with me. when i was 10 i was severely burned. the water heater ignited the flame and the flames went through the house. i was 10. i thought i looked like a monster. i remember watching the miss america pageant for the first time and looked at my scars and ough's never going to happen for me. we were looking at photo albums. my daughter grabs one.
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it was me dressed as miss america before the fire. i thought, this isgnterestinge t droem was starting to build back up in me. it validated the fact that you know, i am beautiful. i am proud of who i am. i am proud of what i see in the mirror. and why can't i put myself in a pageant?
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tto harrison, the wine tcollection.. to craig, this rock. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california. man, that's a cool looking hot tub. we should check on the baby. he's so sweet.
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maybe too sweet? internet's down. go! your home is only as smart as your internet. get reliable at&t fiber and get speeds up to 300 megabits per second and directv. bundle for 75 dollars a month for 12 months. limited availability. may not be in your area. more for your thing. that's our thing. call 1-800-call-att. abc7 news was in san francisco at glen eagles golf course at mclaren park as professional disk golfers competed in this year's san francisco open. the sport is played much like traditional golf but instead of clubs and a golf ball players use a flying disk to hit an elevated basket called a pole hole. the perfect job is available for those who love the ocean and
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enjoy traveling. would you like to get paid to cruise around the world on a yacht? hush hush is a london based marketplace for luxury goods. they are looking for just the right person to spend a week several times a year testing yachts making sure everything works as designed. the job pays about $1300 per yacht review. previous yachting experience is a bonus but not necessary. we have more details and a link to the application at our website, abc7 news.com. i think all of us simultaneously raised our hands. >> food and lodging included. that's all you have got to have for me. let's check the forecast withdrew tuma. >> we are wrapping up a nice weekend across the region. the week ahead brings several changes. first cooler air will arrive and then we are talking about showers for a couple of days. find the rain gear. i know it is may but we are tracking storms returning for part of the week ahead. live doppler 7 right now. a lot of sunshine away from the
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coast. about you the picture pointing towards the coastline from the east bay hills camera, the marine laser lurking. the golden gate bridge alcatraz in the foreground. tonight the marine layer will deepen once again. tomorrow morning we will be off to a cloudy start. let's talk about the changes in terms of showers in the forecast ahead. in the next four days -- monday and tuesday we are okay. %-p. chances start to increase first on wednesday. wednesday it is likely in the extreme north bay we could find a shower. but chances on thursday, look at that, 90%. thursday does look like a pretty wet day across the region. yes, it is main but we do get rain this month. look at the average month low rainfall in may. san francisco, 3/4 of an inch of rainfall is normal for this time of year. santa rosa typically receives over an inch of rainfall in the month. san francisco, oakland, anywhere from one quarter to 3/4 of an
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inch of rain. we could see totals that high with this series of storms moving across the region. 58 in the city right now. cool in san francisco. contrast that ton brentwood. comfortable 74 in santa rosa. and mountain view right now at 68. overnight we are tracking the cloud cover, churning in and around the bay and we will find coastal drizzle. the marine layer as it expands likes to wring out some of the moisture. temperatures mid 40s to lower 50s. 7:00 the morning, cloud cover around the bay and along the coast. as the fog retreats back to the coastline throughout the afternoon we will see high clouds strmi toftnoon we will call it partly cloudy out there, and numbers tomorrow a little bit cooler by a few days than we are right now. 59 the high in san francisco tomorrow. it will be a cool day in the city. 74 in san jose. 9 in santa rosa.
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74 the high in concord. and san mateo up to 68 degrees. region. this is a pretty decent srm coming in here for may. a quarter to three quarters of an inch of rain. even friday we could see some spots in the north bay exceed an inch of rainfall. the umbrella is going to get a workout this week. partly cloudy tomorrow. cooler air mid week as the cloud cover returns throughout the day. then on thursday it is a rainy breezy day. even on friday, showers linger. both a one on the storm impact scale. even next weekend we could find an isolated shower here or there. thursday looks to be the wettest day we have this week. >> do you know who doesn't care? >> who? >> mindi because she is going to be in portland. >> i will be indoors. so either way. >> clouds. >> it is great. the western conference finals de set.
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>> announcer: now abc7 sports with mindi bach. >> the sharks dominated the blues in game one of their western conference finals at the tank last night. team teal still has a lot of work to do. the shark were back on the ice this morning to prepare for tomorrow's tilt at the tank. san jose is 3-0 in the first game of the series in these playoffs but they are 0-2 in the second game. they know they need to expect a heavy pushback from st. louis. >> we have to find a way to be more desperate than them and outwork them in every part of the game. >> they are a great team. they are going to be desperate here to tie it up and bring it back home. so any time in the playoffs we have noticed that in the other
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two series there is always a push from the other team when you lose a game. so, you know, we are just going to have to be ready for it. >> you can understand if the warriors had brunch with their mom in front the tv today. game seven between the trail at 1ers and off ed this season. but late in the fourth jokic, look at the runner. he had 29 points, 1 boards. denver done by just one. cj mccullom answered with a step back. murray pumps in that one for a three. mccollum answered again. driving draining, game over. trail blazers advance to their first western conference championships since 2000. next up, the warriors. >> i have been in that position before with the oklahoma city thunder. but this is definitely the most special one.
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>> everybody is invested in what we created. i think when we come out on top in a game like this, in a tough series like this, you see it in everybody's celebration. everybody is excitedt in it. >> a's going for the sweep over cleveland. they trailed by two until the third. a base hit. se hino comes sc sixth inning, perez gets a three run shot. 5-2 other guys. but it is not news. matt olson that's his first home run of the season. fifth game back since he had a broken hand. the a's dropped this one. giants and rays. sandoval gets his fourth of the
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year. bumgarner and puig, one of the best matchups in major league baseball. puig gets them up to 6-2. the giants tied in the seventh thanks to belt. almost to mccovey cove. that's his second career pinch-hit home run. down a run in the eight of the pillar with a base hit. here comes the panda. look out erik. he beat the tag. the giants win, 6-5. i would not want to be the w pl comes barrelling down from third. >> i didn't see him blocking the plate. mindi, thank you. today it is all about mom and you, and on abc7 news at 7:00 we will take you to a special event that made sure some moms didn't miss out on festivities. a plane lands like this, nose down, no landing gear, and nobody is hurt. the pictures of an incredible emergency landing. today we appreciate all moms
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for their love and protection and carrying the big loads. >> like this little marsupial mama, transporting all of her babies at wild care's rafael. the owe possum suffered a jaw injury likely from being hit by a car. >> all of her babies the size of jelly beans were unscathed because they were in the pouch. i could watch this for 30 minutes. et cetera so cute. >> that's it for abc7 ♪ ♪ they're the moderne stone age family. ♪
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