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use flavor always beats formulas. the sourdough bacon ranch combo, just $4.99 for a limited time. combos done my way. "abc7 news" starts right now with live, breaking news. >> that breaking news is in pittsburgh, where an antioch police officer was shot around 6:15 this evening. police say it started as a carjacking in bay point. a man had just stolen a bmw. an officer spotted and gave chase. it ended there in pittsburgh, where there was a violent collision.
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sky 7 hd was over the scene where seven cars were involved in this crash. as officers approved the bmw, the suspect opened fire, police returned fire. one officer was struck. he was taken to the hospital and has been released. the suspect surrendered. we'll have a full, live report at 11:00 on channel 7 and you can always follow us for breaking news on twitter. thank you for joining us tonight. i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm dan ashley. our other top story tonight, a major development in the death of prince. both the u.s. attorney and the drug enforcement administration are joining the investigation. it turns out people close to the pop star called in a mill valley doctor to help prince with a drug addiction. it was the doctor's son who found prince's body and made the 911 call. eva pilgrim has the latest. >> reporter: the very day he died, prince's inner circle was trying to get help for his
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addiction to pain pills. the wednesday night before his death, dr. howard cornfeld was contacted, who is an expert in pain medicine addiction. >> did prince know about the enter diction? >> yes. >> reporter: he got to paisley park at 9:30 thursday morning. he was carrying a drug to help deal with addiction withdrawal. >> when he arrived, they went looking for prince. staff representatives apparently found him in an elevator unconscious. one of the staff members started screaming. >> reporter: the plan was to give the medicine to a local doctor who was supposed to see prince later the same morning. but instead according to his lawyer, andrew cornfeld called 911. prince was pronounced dead at 10:09 a.m., just too late for prince to agree to california for long-term care under the doctor's supervision. sources telling us prince was
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found by his bodyguard. prince's personal assistant was also there that morning. now, andrew cornfeld was carrying a drug used to treat opiate addiction. a few days early, prince suffered an opiate overdose and his plane was diverted to moline, illinois on the way to minneapolis. less than a week later, prince reached out to the mill valley clinic. things are changing with the weather. rain in the future. >> meteorologist sandhya patel is tracking the forecast for us. >> right now on live doppler 7 hd, we have the clouds, but that could soon change. let me show you what it looks like. radar may be tracking some showers. so far hundreds of lightning strikes, thunderstorms in the northern california area thanks to this area of low pressure. that could bring us some
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thunder. storm impact scale, one is light, five is severe. incoming system is a one, a light system. so showers are possible through saturday. looking at about half an inch to -- .05 to half an inch. 11:00, a few sprinkles, but mostly offshore. 4:00 a.m., if you're an early commuter, a few showers developing around 5:00 a.m. and continuing at 8:00 a.m., we'll continue to see the showers at 10:00 and noontime. but that low pressure system not in a hurry to leave. i'll let you know how long you need to hack on to the rain gear. an outrageous robbery was caught on security video and police hope it will help lead to the robbers. the holdup happened monday morning. three men walked into the store and while one assaulted the clerk, the other two made off
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with the atm machine. they didn't even touch the cash register. the clerk was hit with an ice scream scooper and suffered facial injuries. the hand gun was later found by officers but it turned out to be a fake. there's a new policy for san francisco. the police chief is requiring the officer to carry three foot long batons. this is calls involving homeless people and people with weapons other than a gun. he's long advocated batons as an effective, less lethal way to disarm peoplewith knives or similar weapons. a quiet college will spend $500,000 on an armed guard. david louie has both sides of the argument. >> reporter: a petition is starting to circulate as one
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group of students and faculty want to block the hiring of an armed deputy sheriff. in the spirit of a college community, there's also an opposing view. >> i wish that more people were involved in this. i wish that this conversation would have happened months ago, but it just happened. >> reporter: adrian lopez is the student trustee on the college distribute board. he has an advisory vote. it would cost the district $248,000, and that person would work a day shift. that worries students who attend evening classes. >> there's more things that could happen at night, because there's less people on campus, the lighting, everything that takes into play happens at night. >> reporter: the crime statistics are mild. one aggravated assault, sixbu h
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burglaries and minor violations. but there's concern. >> our campus security team is wonderful, but they're not sworn officers. they can't make arrests. they can't detain people. >> reporter: the debate is spirited but time is running out. >> all of a sudden you have an incident in a classroom, you have an officer that comes in with a gun. how do you think that student is going to react? >> reporter: the vote on the proposal is next wednesday. david louie, "abc7 news." we now have a better understanding of what happened at a san jose health center this morning that led to a chemical spill, haz/mat response and sent seven people to the hospital. chris nguyen has more. >> reporter: outside the indian health center in san jose, one by one, patients and employees were wheeled into ambulances for treatment. >> it was a little scary to see these people out here. scary to be that close to a building not knowing. >> reporter: just before 10:00 this morning, 17 people were
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exposed to a chemical called creosole. of the 17, five adults and two children were transported to the hospital. >> it could have happened to us or anybody. and it's so close. >> reporter: health center officials say the exposure happened when employees noticed a strange odor coming from a cap being worn by one of the dentists. employees discovered a one ounce bottle of knocked over. >> when a dentist put a cap on her head, she was exposed to it and other people could smell it. >> reporter: staff members called 911 and executed the evacuation plan. late this afternoon, the san jose fire department confirmed that none of the injuries were life threatening. haz/mat crews spent much to have
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day decontaminating the building. the center opens to reopen by 8:00 tomorrow morning. chris nguyen, "abc7 news." bay area base jomba juice is relocating headquarters to texas. the company will move to an office building in frisco. they say the new location will have an attractive cost of living for employees and will move after its lease in emeryville expires at the end of this year. a portion of employees here will relocate to texas. much more ahead for you. coming up, let the poll tuitics begin. also, the high school teams going for the ultimate bragging rights in the kitchen. and some showers are on the way. meteorologist sandhya patel will be right back with the forecast. >> jus
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it's all but certain now. the proposed legalization of marijuana will be on the november ballot in california. >> the backers of one of the many measures say they have the necessary signatures and the money to convince voters. >> lyanne melendez has the story about the big push now to make it legal. [ applause ]
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>> reporter: the adult use of marijuana act drew in supporters from every side of the aisle in politics, law enforcement, and the medical community. for starter, the measure would make it legal for anyone over 21 to have an ounce of the drug without implications. those in law enforcement who back the measure say illegal marijuana has caused much harm on our streets. >> the trade, the cartels emerging, the gangs emerging on our streets. >> reporter: as a result, studies have shown communities of color have been disproportionately targeted. >> they targeted the african-american and latino community from the get-go. we watched almost 50 years of it happen. >> reporter: licensed marijuana growers will be taxed and a 15% tax on all retail sales. >> we're not just controlling having more flow of money by taxing this, but eliminating the cost of having the police arrest
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somebody, take them to trial, prosecute them. >> reporter: opponents believe it will make it easier for young adults to have access to marijuana. >> the harm it will cause is much more expensive to the state than any revenue that will be accomplished. >> reporter: but the lieutenant governor says there will be more money to keep kids from using in the first place. >> if you're smoking marijuana and you're 18, you will be arrested. we'll have more resources to help you after you're arrested than ever. >> reporter: supporters say it will take decades to change our attitude towards marijuana, much like tobacco. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, "abc7 news." >> medical marijuana is coming to marin county. the board of supervisors approved a cannabis dispensary program yesterday. applications can be submitted start thing july. a maximum of two dispensaries
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are will be allowed. tonight, the legal smoking age has been raised to 21 from 1. the bill was one of six the governor took action on today. among the other bills he signed, one that will regulate the sale of electronic cigarettes and another that closes loopholes in existing laws. a cooking challenge pitted two san francisco high schools against each other. and it was all about health. "abc7 news" was there today when students competed in an iron chef style healthy cooking challenge. each team had to prepare a tasty, healthy meal within an hour. students showed off their culinary skills and nutrition knowledge. >> when we go off to college, we'll know how to make delicious, affordable, heart healthy meals and live a healthy
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lifestyle after. >> we learned a lot about how cooking healthy isn't always such a hassle, as it's made to be. >> and the team with the best dish, burton high. the american heart association and whole foods sponsored the event. >> looks delicious. the weather forecast, several days with chances of rain. >> sandhya? >> it is nice. you won't need a canoe, but at least we'll have some shower opportunities here in the bay area. live doppler 7 hd right now showing you the cloud cover and we are waiting for some rain. we did have a few showers in the north bay this morning. trace amounts santa rosa and napa. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. the clouds are thick overhead and we do have a very moist environment, just not a rainy one. golden gate bridge camera showing you visibility is good. a chance of showers through
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saturday. isolated thunder possible. we bring in the storm impact scale. we've been rating storms from one to five. five is a severe storm, one is light. we've been doing this since winter. really, most of the storms have fallen in the 1s and 2s category. we've had a couple of 3s back in march. the incoming system is a light one, a 1. showers are possible through saturday. some spots could get up to a half inch of storm with the potential of thunderstorms and hail. tonight at 11:00 p.m., most areas are dealing with the cloud cover. tomorrow morning's commute, and there will be some spotty showers at 5:00 a.m., continuing at 8:00 a.m. it's not a widespread rain event. so when people say it didn't rain at my house, it's scattered showers in nature. noon, some of you will be seeing rain, some will be seeing cloud cover. this continues towards 3:00 p.m. the intensity could pick up, especially if a thunderstorm develops during the afternoon and evening.
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evening hours at 5:00 p.m., a few returns over mt. hamilton. then we head into friday morning, spotty showers once again at 5:00 a.m., continuation at 9:00 a.m. and then look at what happens. a batch of moisture just comes down from the north and this could mean potential for moderate rain, maybe an embedded thunderstorm as well. friday afternoon and evening we continue with that theme of scattered showers. by 7:00 p.m., things quiet down. but we'll see the potential for a few more showers going into saturday. so saturday afternoon at 12:00, just north of santa rosa, we are looking at light returns and at 3:00 p.m., still a few showers popping up, 4:00 p.m. as well before it starts to wind down. as far as rainfall totals go, some of you in the south bay they only get up to 0.05 of an inch of rain. but in the north bay, up to a half inch by saturday afternoon. first thing in the morning, temperatures will be in the 50s,
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a lot like the last couple of morningings. in the afternoon, some scattered showers around, the rest of you cloudy conditions. 61 in san francisco. 65 in oakland. 59 in half moon bay. upper 60s santa rosa, nasa, concord, livermore, and 68 in san jose. a look at the seven day forecast, typically we see showers here in the bay area in may. average rainfall is between 0.6 to thee quarters of an inch. and we do have a one on our storm impact scale. thursday through saturday, so daily chances of showers and maybe thunder. for mother's day, it will be dry, milder, and we'll keep that theme going next week, ama and dan. >> thank you, sandhya. still to come on "abc7 news" at 9:00, plans to build a george lucas museum in chicago. lucas museum in chicago. >> the
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this is "abc7 news." both hulu and youtube are expected to offer live streaming television as soon as next year. hulu is working on a service to offer customers a bundle of tv channels and youtube will offer a service called unplugged. it's already overhauled its servers for the service which is one of the company's biggest priorities. hulu will live stream news, sports and other events. chicago mayor rahm emanuel is making a last dit attempt to keep the lucas museum in chicago. today, the city asked a court to dismiss a lawsuit by a group
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called friends of the parks. the mayor's office says that if the court doesn't act quickly, the museum will abandon efforts to locate in chicago. the mayor's office says lucas is seriously pursuing locations outside chicago. as you may remember, as we reported, it was originally proposed for san francisco, but that was rejected in 2014. another 30 minutes of "abc7 news" at 9:00 is next. coming up, john kasich drops out and donald trump is now the last man standing in the gop race for president. where he'll now focus his campaign. the just released video of a rescue chopper helping a fallen hiker when it gets tangled in the safety ropes. and an entire city that's been evacuated because of a wildfire in
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is "abc7 news." >> good evening again. we begin with a seismic shift in the race for the white house. >> donald trump is now the last republican standing, now that both ted cruz and john kasich have dropped out. >> but trump has his work cut out for him. a new poll out tonight shows him 13 points behind hillary clinton in a head-to-head matchup right now. >> reporter: tonight, meet the new leader of the republican party -- donald trump. sounding almost surprised he's closed the deal and now knocking hillary clinton. >> i thought that i would be going longer and she would be going shorter. she can't put it away. that's like a football team, they can't get the ball over the line. i put it away.
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she can't. >> reporter: trump promising to be as tough on clinton as he was on his gop rivals. >> again, a lot depends on how they treat me. you've seen i'm a counterpuncher. >> reporter: he's already seen he can deliver a knockout blow to the republican establishment, his campaign often dismissed as a long shot. >> i will support the republican nominee. i don't think that's going to be donald trump. >> he won't be the nominee. >> reporter: one by one, his rivals giving up. senator ted cruz. >> we gave it everything we got. >> reporter: and today, ohio governor john kasich. >> i have renewed faith, deeper faith, that the lord will show me the way forward. >> reporter: now trump is looking for a running mate, and for help, he's reportedly turned to dr. ben carson. carson joked about being sidelined in the debates. >> i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came.
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>> reporter: but now he'll have his say on trump's vp search committee. carson has no government experience, but he'll help find someone who does. trump on "gma" saying that's what he wants. >> it will probably be a person with political experience. i would like to have somebody that can truly be good with respect to dealing with the senate, dealing with congress, getting legislation passed. >> reporter: that could mean he's looking at someone like newt xwigingrich, or iowa senat. a harley riding veteran, trump could turn into a household name or pick a governor like indiana governor mike pence or rick scott. sources tell me the trump children who campaigned during the primaries will now be dispatched to important states to campaign by themselves to help out and carry the trump flag. >> now to the democrats, with two candidates still in the
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race, bernie sanders is promising a political upset in the nomination after his win in indiana. but hillary clinton has an unbeatable delegate advantage. >> reporter: tonight, hillary clinton launching her first general election attack on donald trump. >> i think he is a loose cannon and they intend to misfire. >> reporter: backing it up with a new video. >> this is a video who attributed a reporter's question to her menstrual cycle. >> reporter: her campaign laying it all on the line in an e-mail saying, donald trump, i don't know how else to say it, the whole world is counting on us to win this thing. tonight, clinton's anti-trump strategy coming into focus, hitting him on policy -- >> at some point when you're running for president, you have to put a little meat on the bones. >> reporter: and refusing to play in the mud. >> if he wants to follow in the footsteps of those who tried to
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knock me down and take me out of the political arena, i'm more than happy to have him do that. >> reporter: you're ready for that? >> oh, please. look, this -- this is -- this is to me a classic case of a blustering, bullying guy. >> reporter: but clinton has to get past bernie sanders first. she leads him by more than 800 delegates, even after his big indiana victory, in order to clinch the nomination, sanders would need to win 95% of the remaining delegates. but he's not talking like a long shot. >> i think we can pull off one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> reporter: clinton now hoping that history repeats itself. that the unity she showed in 2008 happens this time around in 2016. on the campaign trail, i asked hillary clinton if a possibility of running against donald trump gave her any pause. she said not one bit. and you heard her say it again,
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basically bring it on. >> the deadline to register to vote or register for a particular party is may 23rd. you can request a vote by mail ballot through may. california's primary is june 7. in the meantime, the rolling stones have asked trump to stop playing their songs at his campaign events. ♪ the campaign played "start me up" just last night. in a statement, the band said they have not given permission to use their songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately. the trump campaign spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a request for comment or say whether they had a license to play their songs. adele and aerosmith front man steven tyler have also asked to stop using their songs. this video was just released. a rescue chopper hovered just
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feet from the face of a cliff. on the edge, you sew a rescue team there using orange safety ropes, when one of those ropes got caught in the blade. rescuers found down the rocks. amazingly, the pilot was able to regain control. everyone, including the hiker, boarded the helicopter and the pilot landed safely in a nearby field. >> could not have been a closer call. a wildfire burning in canada has now destroyed 1600 homes and buildings and is expected to burn out of control into the evening. 88,000 people were evacuated. and emergency response center itself had to be evacuated. alberta has declared a state of emergency. neal karlinsky is in canada. >> reporter: tonight, the all-out panic to escape the wildfire. >> i can feel the heat here. >> reporter: burning out of control through this city in northern alberta, canada. >> lord, keep us safe. get us out in one piece. >> reporter: one highway in and out, a wall of flames just
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behind these homes. the fire shifted direction and barrelled into the oil town of ft. mcmurray so fast and with such intensity, tonight people forced to run with nothing but the cloths on their backs are still trying to process how their lives could be turned upside down so quickly. >> there's something out of an apocalyptic movie. >> reporter: janice buckingham, nine months pregnant, take thing photo just before she and her husband evacuated. >> so our biggest concern is really figuring out what we do next. >> reporter: at least 1600 homes and buildings leveled. hospital patients and homeowners flooded the roads south. an unprecedented exodus of nearly 90,000 people. >> we weren't expecting this. >> there's nothing left essentially. >> reporter: resident julia robinson returned to her neighborhood today discovering what was left of her home. at least 100 hospital patients had to be airlifted to safety. everyone else has been making a steady stream on these roads and the fire still burns.
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neal karlinsky, abc news, edmonton, alberta. johnny manziel surrendered to police in texas this afternoon. he's accused of beating his ex-girlfriend in january at an upscale dallas hotel. and then again later on their way to her apartment. he's denied hitting her and his lawyer said he will plead not guilty. police released the mugshot you saw there today. manziel said he'll work to return to the nfl in 2016, but no team has shown interest in signing him. seismologists are warning that the san andreas fault is locked, and ready to roll in southern california. experts say the fault that stretches from southern to northern california has been quiet for far too long. scientists make their predictions based on the movement of tectonic plates. earthquakes should be relieving 16 feet every 100 years.
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this is "abc7 news." for the first time, a human embryo has been grown in a lab for 13 days. the process was only stopped to keep from breaking the limit of 14 days. it raises new ethical questions about when life begins. the researchers hope it might lead to a better understanding of miscarriages.
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it could also help in the study of stem cells that could be used to treat alzheimer's and other conditions. a couple of weeks ago we told you about a teenager from hawaii who arrived at stanford's children's hospital to remove a brain tumor. the family's car was broken into and the belongings were stolen. tonight, we have happier news for the boy and his family. vic lee has the followup. >> reporter: 14-year-old kakai was recuperating here from his surgery last week at stanford hospital. doctors said it went well. the difficult procedure that removed the brain tumor. the family had been through a lot. when they first came to san francisco, their parked car had been broken into. their belongings stolen. "abc7 news" reported the story. the response was amazing. the san francisco police union
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took the police kfamily to best. buthe items that meant the most were the get-well cards that were also stolen. but lynn cameron asked her young skaters at the nazareth ice oasis rink to make get-well cards and brought some 60 wards to the family. >> i know stuff can always be replaced, but the cards, i felt so badly about them being taken. >> reporter: another group came by with souvenirs from the 49ers, warriors, and the gianting. then there was a scram book put together. a compilation of tweets, including from the mayor, m.c. hammer and joe montana. >> all the technology really felt compelled to act and help this family. >> we're just grateful for everybody's love. and aloha all the way from
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hawaii to here. >> reporter: in hawaii, it's called family, a bond that extended all the way here. vic lee, "abc7 news." tonight, a san francisco family is awaiting a life changing for their 20-month-old toddler, hanna. she was diagnosed with an enlarged heart last november. doctors at children's hospital in palo alto have put her on a heart pump to prevent a failure. the average wait for a heart transplant is six to eight months. >> it's almost hard to say in words. it's like a feeling that's just overwhelming to think some day she's going to get a donor heart and we'll be able to go home and she'll be able to live a normal life. i already have so much gratitude for the family that eventually from a tragedy will give her the gift of life. >> while she waits for a new heart, doctors say hanna loves
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to wander around the hospital and say hi to everyone she meets. check this out. a robot has successfully performed operations on four pigs. this robotic system was developed by surgeons and researchers at children's national health system and johns hopkins university. it's programmed to suture together intestines. the robot deals with soft tissue, which hasn't been used like this before in medical robots. the findings are found by the journal of science transitional medicine. up next here on "abc7 news" at 9:00, the new exhibit at the oakland zoo. >> it's a story you really otter see. stay with us.
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e-mail services, including g-mail, yahoo and hot mail have been hacked, exposing the user names and passwords of millions of users. the breach reportedly contains hundreds of thousands of russian, chinese and german e-mails, as well. >> let's update the weather forecast one last time. >> sandhya patel has the forecast. >> the next couple of days we'll be seeing showers chances. this is just cloud clutter, not rain reaching the ground. tomorrow, across the northern and central portion of the state, 49 in tahoe, 65 in yosemi yosemite. slight chance of showers, better opportunity at night. here in the bay area, we'll go
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with a few showers for your thursday afternoon, upper 50s to low 70s. it was a little cooler today. in case you're wondering what the chances of rain look like for san francisco tomorrow, here is your hour by hour planner. it's a slim chance tomorrow morning during the commute. 20% chance between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. so equal chances hour by hour. and livermore's temperature trend will show you the roller coaster ride we're on, in the cooling phrase with below average temperatures for the next couple of days. numbers start to rise just in time for mother's day and warmer than the average of 74 degrees. tuesday, wednesday, when we see the low 80s. seven-day forecast, shower possibility, thunder thursday through saturday, all 1s on the storm impact scale. >> thanks, sandhya. there has been an explosion of baby river otters at an east bay zoo. >> "abc7 news" was at the oakland zoo as three of the six
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new river otters frolicked in the water. three more were born to another mom. >> zookeepers only planned to mate dad with one otter, but -- >> love found a way. we didn't want to have both at the same time, because we knew it would be overwhelming for us. >> there are now nine otters at the oakland zoo, the most staff has ever had to deal with. but they are delighted. >> that's sweet. >> otter stay tune for sports. >> definitely. >> who has more fun than an otter, though? >> true. swimming around on their backs. >> there are no pictures of cranky otters. there's something i would like to say but i'll pull it back.
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tonight at 11:00, time is ticking for a baby heart patient, her parents looking for a last minute option to keep her alive. traveling to london from the bay area just got easier. the brand new flight taking off tomorrow. >> those stories and more coming up on "abc7 news" at 11:00 on channel 7. plenty of sports to talk about. >> larry is here. warriors get a break for the next game. >> i was waiting for your next "otter." how are you going to weave otter into a steph curry story? [ laughter ] the warriors, they got a few days off to saver their win last night. and let steph curry's knee heal
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up. he otter to do that. what a comeback. festus did not play at all in game one in the first half. size and quickness on the defense gave the blazers fits and then he was dunking. the warriors won 110-99. festus is going to be a free agent next year. >> try to stay in the moment. we're all like a band of brothers, so all that other stuff, the individual, selfish stuff, there's really no room for that on this team. we have one goal, and we've had it since we got back to training camp. it's fun. it's been a fun year so far. so we're trying to finish it out right. >> game three between the
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warriors and the blazers saturday night, 5:00 with a tipoff at 5:30. that's over on abc 7. followed by after the game, i'll be in studio with donnell foyle. and so we'll see if the warriors can go up 3-0. lebron james and the cavs making history tonight against atlanta. the cavs knocked out a playoff record 18 threes in just the first half. they led 74-38 at halftime. third quarter, kyrie irvin with 21 in the game. and cavs end up with 25 threes, and rout the hawks, who were just watching most of the night, 123-98. giants spent so much money on the front end of their rotation. the back end is killing them. peavy gave up four homers in cincinnati. dance fever at great american
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ballpark. kids having fun. no score, brandon felt, this is deep, 1-0 giants. peavy had allowed only two homers through five starts this season. so what could go wrong? bottom of the second, brandon phillips launches this to deep left field. game tied at 1-1. that was just the beginning. so many empty seats for the reds these days. suarez gets all of this one, to the top netting above the red' bull pen. 3-1, cincy. still in the second now, here it comes, there it goes. that's just a hanging curveball. was it foul? no. fair ball, off the pole. third red' homer of the inning. the giants tried to come back, but the former g-man adam duvall taking peavy deep again in the bottom of the sixth. jake peavy allows seven earned runs, as the reds win 7-4. looks like the giants could use extra starting pitching. you think? tim lincecum just a phone call
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away. he'll be holding a showcase on friday and the giants will be attending. before today's game, bruce bochy confirmed that the giants are interested in the two-seem cy young winner who spent nine seasons in san francisco and is working out at the giants' facility in san francisco. felix hernandez, they got eight runs off king felix today and lost. who has the better hair? getting it up. doesn't look like shawn gels it up at all. nelson cruz, this is annihilated. this is up on mt. davis. you've got to be strong to hit one there. a's rally. jed lowrie, bases-loaded single. next batter, josh redick. this is a comebacker and it's dropped by king felix. that should have been an easy out. instead tied at 4-4. the defense gets worse.
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chris davis, olay goes kyle seeger. 8-4 a's in the eighth -- or in the sixth. that's when lee goes downtown to make it 8-5. and then he does it again off of john oxford. oh, my. mariners win 9-8. and a new abc series pitch, "dancing with the umpires" during a game, the ump couldn't help it. i know dan remembers gene, gene, the dancing machine. abc 7 sports brought to you by toyota. >> i want to hear what glenn goodman has to say about that. >> you otter stop. >> thanks for
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