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there was the death of a worker yesterday. we are learning noodled of his life and family. >> in colorado massive wildfires forcing people to flee their homes as they struck to get the upper hand. >> at 6:00 on wednesday, thanks for joining us. >> we are getting the start of the sun that mike is telling us about. >> tell us more. >> lot of sunshine. good morning, even to the coast where we have limited cloud cover. a hazy start but it is dry and no radar returns, no clouds to be seen on live doppler 7 hd. the next 12 hours are starting off with high clouds making for a gorgeous sunrise and 55. we will hang out in the mid-50's with sun at noon and up to 70 which is average to cooler-than-average for the bay and 65 at 7:00. inland neighborhoods the next 12 hours we are starting off with high clouds and 57. low-to-mid 70's at lunch and
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upper 70's to 80's during the 4:00 hour and grab a coat and you will drop to the mid-to-upper 60's at 7:00. the coast is chilly mid-to-upper 40's hang out in the mid-to-upper 50's but it will be breezy. >> we have a brand new accident 101 freeway than very busy with few accidents already and a brand new in redwood city but this is sticking around and the fire truck arrived on the scene southbound 101 and that is blocking one lane, this accident blocking a lane and it sound like a car spun out and is facing the wrong way and northbound 101 at san antonio road we are seeing slowing in the southbound direction but northbound will be busy. waldo tunnel has a stall blocking one lane and so far top speeds and outside at the toll plaza metering lights are on and heavy conditions but what a a
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beautiful sight. >> developing news from the east bay, berkeley police are searching for a man wanted for sexually assaulting a little boy if a public bathroom. the search is focused around the berkeley marina on university avenue. sky 7 was overhead as an officer looked through every vehicle. police think he could still be in the yeah after the assault described as african-american with blond hair and green streaks. >> weird to happen in the middle of the day on a police where so much foot traffic. >> police say the child is physically okay and with his family. we will have much more in a report next half hour with abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield. >> new details in the worker killed at the 49ers stadium. construction work at site is shut down today. officials are investigating the
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tragedy. matt keller is at the stadium. matt? >> it has been 24 hours since the fatal accident. workers are kept away from the site. last night the city council made a statement at the meeting. >> we express our sincere sympathy to the friends, co-workers relatives and family of donald white. >> a moment silence followed in honor of 63-year-old donald white who died while working on the ground floor of the elevator shaft on the east side of the stadium. he was standing on a ladder below the counterweight when it struck him, the father of four and grandfather of three. his son says more than four decades he was on the job. he was never hurt. >> dents and dings but nothing serious requiring going to the
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hospital. >> after the accident, all 1,000 workers were told to go home and are expected to start backup at the steam tomorrow. local law enforcement are investigating. there will be activity today with the 49ers scheduled to hold a mini camp at the headquarters next to the stadium. >> officials are still trying to determine the cause of a tree falling in san carlos. this happened at 9:30 last night with in reports of injuries. >> another new poll shows a majority of americans holding fast in support of gay marriage and the "washington post" shows 57 percent support allowing gays and lesbians to marry legally. 40 percent are again it. polls released by "los angeles times" shows similar findings in california. landmark rulings on california's proposition 8 and the defense of
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marriage act are expected from the supreme court by the end of the month possibly as early as tomorrow so keep ituned. >> in the north bays are poised to pass a new dress code for the marin county fair. supervisors will vote on the dress code next week. people wearing jackets and articles of clothing indicating membership in a significant not allowed. the sheriff says it has reason to believe a particular streak gang could be interested in attending this year. the fair starts july 3-july 7. >> the north bay the city of sausalito could get ready to crackdown on mini mansions, the independent journal reports the planning commission will meet to consider new regulations to limit massive single family homes on plots of land zoned for a multiunit housing. people have built 4,000 square foot homes on a 5,000 square foot parcel. the city says the mini mansions
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could be out of character for a neighborhood. the meeting is underway at 6:30 at the sausalito city hall. >> the pacifica city council has unanimously passed a ban on 4th of july fireworks effective next year and will be banned on rockaway, sharp park beach, manor but still permitted on a small portion of some parking lots. many complain of noise and liter from the fireworks with wildlife living near the areas. this goes into affect next year. water rates will rise in the east bay imposing two years of double digit rate hikes totaling 19 percent to replace revenues lost because of decrease water usage during the detroit.
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the average customer sees rates go up by $8 a month for two years. >> people in colorado wake up to four different wildfires engulfing the state including one that has destroyed dogs of homes and forces thousands to flee. katie? >> 900 unmates in colorado springs have been evacuated because of a danger of heavy smoke. weather conditions are improving so that is good news and temperatures are down from the triple digits and less wind plus reinforcements are on their way. cargo planes are expected to head out to help the firefighters, the black forest fire north of colorado springs that has done the most damage and it is burning out of the control. the newest members come from el paso county sheriff and he estimated that 8,000 acres have burned and up to 60 homes have
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been destroy asked he expects that number to grow. the order covers 6,000 people and on described what it was like to leave in a hurry. >> the thinks we cannot replace we brought with us. there is a reason for fire science. >> firefighter carried a baby to safety from the black forest fire. two other fires burning out of control, one near canyon city has destroyed lie structures and the other is raging in rocky mountain national park. there are 150 firefighters on the ground and six helicopters and an air tanker from above. now time for the weather. >> we will talk about the temperatures and they were cooler than this time yesterday. we are running in the 40's and 50's with all the clear area you
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can see over downtown san francisco the air is going to remain relatively clear with low amounts of ragweed and high u.v. index. you can burn quickly. 48 in forest hills is the cool spot. and 55 in the ferry building. if you are in ocean beach, 53 where it is calm compared to later this afternoon. palo alto is a cooler spot and 56 in walnut creek and richmond is 54 and petaluma is 45. 24 hour people change not much, san jose jumps three degrees and the rest of us a copy of yesterday. leyla gulen? >> we have another accident on the 101 freeway on the peninsula blocking a lane, southbound 101
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at marsh road, but ahead in the northbound direction at shoreline we have another accident and injuries reported and someone is trap asked crews are on the way but continuing along in the nobody direction not seeing any slow downs whatever. the commute through sausalito and the tunnel still seeing a stall. this is the san mateo bridge, clear drive, the sun is coming up and you need your sunglasses in the eastbound direction. >> a gorgeous day. >> does racial intolerance still exist in 2013. a survey reveals who faces discrimination and where. >> the fallout from the decision for the boy scouts. >> new purchase
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>> covering cupertino, wine country and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> as we look at the golden gate bridge, a bit of haze but no clouds in the sky. plenty of sunshine.
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break out the sunscreen. >> new this morning, the oldest man has died in japan. he died this morning from natural causes. he was 116. this is video of him from april when he celebrated his birthday. he also is believed to have been the oldest living male ever documented in history and lobbies seven children, 14 grandchild, 25 great grandchild and 15 great great grandchild. the world post oldest living person now is 115-year-old woman also living in japan in osaka city. >> housing discrimination is a problem across the country. the d housing and urban development said -- sent white and black buyers to rent.
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white buyers were shown more units than minorities. black renters were presented with 11 percent fewer rentals than white and hispanics were shown 12 percent fewer and asians 10 percent fewer. blacks were shown 17 percent fewer homes and asians were shown 15 percent fewer. hispanics were shown the same public as whites. >> more fall out from the boy scouts' decision to allow gay members. the southern baptist church will hold an annual meeting and could cut ties voting on a resolution to begin the process of cutting all ties with the boy scouts. the southern baptist sponsor 4,000 boy scout units. they lifted the ban last month but the scouts ban gay leaders. >> the again known for streaming radio, has purchased kymz rapid
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city, south dakota, but the purchase is not part of a shift in traditional broadcasting owning an all radio station allows them to get cheaper licensing rates. the group that represents music publisher is blasting patchtory for the purchase saying the company is trying every trick in the book to underpay license holders. >> you want to buy a date? with yahoo c.e.o. marissa mayer the latesten the auction block offering to have lunch with the top bidder on charitybuzz taking place at headquarters. proceeds benefit the aspire east palo alto charter school. the top bid right now is $5 $57,000. you have physical -- until june 27. >> that is the definition of not being a cheap date.
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>> it will be as expensive as the date of $600,000 for tim cook? >> mike? >> sunny everywhere. graduation shows a couple in the east bay. first well start with north gate high school, walnut creek, at 7:00, and someone gave us a speech there this week? >> i did speak at the graduation on sunday with wonderful kids with bright futures. >> want out at graduation it will drop from 75 to 64 and the breeze will pick up in the commencement ceremony. as far as pittsburg the pirates are on the football field graduating and breezes pick up during the graduation ceremony.
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breezes are light and around novato and san carlos and san jose there are no breezes. we have 12-mile-per-hour wind at sfo and that is it. from the east bay hills toward mount diabolo the sun bright. that is the case throughout the day. it will become breezy. that will hold our temperatures in check. it will be warmer the next few days and two cooling trends in the seven-day outlook but the first happens to hit during the weekend. morgan hill and gilroy and los gatos near 80 and everyone else in the south bay mid-to-upper 70's. up the peninsula we start in the mid-70's and 74 in palo alto and dropping to 68 in millbrae and low 60's along the coast and mid-60's around downtown and south san francisco and sausalito at 67 and mid-70's and near 80 in the north bay valley and benches are breezy but sunny and near 60 and low-to-mid 70's along the east bay shore and 76 in hercules and upper 70's to
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low 80's in the east bay with walnut creek at 81 and pittsburg is the same. the premium game at the coffee, yankees are in town, and first pitch is 62 dropping to 56. enjoy hopefully another win. the 15 seven shows the warming inland. most of the cooling is inland for saturday and another push of cooler weather next week when we start well below average. have a great day. leyla gulen? >> a busy morning with a new accident in san jose as we travel along 280 in the northbound direction involving an overturned vehicle that is blocking the off-ramp to southwest expressway so serious accident. we are starting to see a slow down approaching the accident. watch out for that. we have this, plenty of slowing, more than a myself backup, 13 miles per hour is the top speed.
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now, what is happening in san jose, the 87 highway to h.p. pavilion, seeing a load up of traffic. lots of truck is -- lots of traffic is give yourself extra time. >> possible bart strike and what they are doing to avoid the end of the month deadline and potential work stoppage. >> problem on the mound. the major league baseball game the major league baseball game in california ending in chaos i was living with pain -- all over. the intense ache made it hard to do the things that i wanted. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia -- thought to be the result of over-active nerves read pain.that cause chronic, widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. so now, i can do more of the things i enjoy. lyrica is not for everyone.
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>> 6:23. you can see the little bit of low cloud cover but mike says we will see lots of sun. lots of sun. bring out the sunscreen. >> new individual i didn't -- new video from downtown los angeles with water from a broken hydrant shooting high in the sky^. this happened after a crash involving a bus and tow truck. one vehicle hit the hydrant and smashed in the front of a 7/1. both were hurt along with an employee.
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firefighters turned east hydrant 23 minutes ago. >> in surprise but san francisco is one of most expensive cities to visit according to a new survey with the average cost of a hotel stay, two course dinner, bolts of wine and round trip taxi father. at the top is honolulu with an average of $504. new york was number two at $503. san francisco is 4th at $471. chicago is 5 at $448. on other end of the spectrum, las vegas where hotel dinner and a cab and the wine, too, cost only $272. >> the revelation that the n.s.a. has sweeping surveillance program is leading to a surge in sales of "1984." amazon says sales for one
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addition are up 5,800 percent percent and listed as number 125 on the best seller list. previously, the book of big brother and government interference was at 7,097. "1984" is being compared to the t.s.a. program -- n.s.a. program. >> the diamondbacks and dodgers are awaiting suspension after a brawl nearly spilled in the stands. kennedy hit a damager star rookie in the face with a fast ball. the dodgers retaliated in the top of the 7th with zach hitting the catcher. but kennedy hit him in the bottom of the 7th, and six players and coaches were ejected. umpires had a tough time getting it under control when it was near a railing. dodgers rallied. no word on who won.
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>> i found the same story on our smartphone app where you can get on top of the latest breaking news and weather and traffic. it is easy to navigate. you can pick your story and be able to watch breaking news as it happens. we also have a section for all the quirky stories on facebook and twitter. it is easy to download. you go to if you have our current app you still need to download the new one, the old one will go away and the website is app. >> the video looks fantastic and the graphic quality is superb. >> a motorcyclist takes police officers on a chase banning two counties. coming up at 6:30 the high speed
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pursuit finally enasked what we are learning about the motorcyclist. >> parents on the east bay are on edge after a sexual assault is reported on a popular play ground. i will have a report on the manhunt next. >> sunshine and a warming trend in the seven-day forecast. >> in the abc7 news traffic center, you need your sunglasses. we have two major accidents. the detai
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. 6:30 on this wednesday morning. it is a beautiful shot of san francisco. picture postcard perfect. not a cloud in evidence. mike will tell us how much sun scene we should use. >> which spf? >> 30 to 50 for the kids. >> brighter. more sun. warmer. check with meteorologist mike nicco. >> apply every three hours. good morning, everyone, a look at radar and satellite, and live
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doppler 7 hd is picking up the dry air and the fact we did not have clouds. normally we do not have cloud cover but today it will be close to average with dry air and no clouds. a few high clouds and 55, and the next 12 hours, 66 at lunch. around 70 which is average to cooler-than-average temperatures and low-to-mid 60's in the evening. inland valleys, starting off in the mid-50's and let to mid-70's by noon and upper 70's to low 80's and close to average this afternoon and pleasant and breezy in the evening and along the coast it is coolest in some of the areas with 40's and mostly sunny at noon and upper 50's throughout the afternoon and big in the mid-50's but a gorgeous sunset. take a picket -- picture and send it to us. >> we have a lot of abc7 news twitter followers and wazers looking at accidents in the
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south bay. 280 northbound, involving an overturned vehicle but no slowing. this is the big one along 101 northbound look at that, 15 miles per hour down to thin -- 13 so bumper-to-bumper traffic. 101 southbound from petaluma to 580 is 33 minutes and highway 4 antioch to concord under half an hour at 18 minutes southbound into san jose. >> developing news from berkeley. police have put out a unique suspect description in a sexual assault of a young boy. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield is at the marina and the search. >> the victim is describing the man as black man, blond hair, with green streaks. police responded immediately. check out the video searching cars as people left the berkeley marina. they got the call at 1:30 a
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child under the age of ten said he was inappropriately touched in the bathroom. he was playing on the adventure playground. police used a helicopter, and bicycles and a motorcycle to look if the area. they searched a homeless hangout spot just in case. >> talked to the harbor plasters and some said that sounds familiar in terms of the encampments but we don't have a name. >> police say the boy is doing okay actually and is with his family. police are in a meeting right now and we will be briefed in the next few minutes. reporting in berkeley for abc7 news. >> in fremont, the man suspected of kidnapping with the intent to commit sexual assault is scheduled for arraignment. the 23-year-old is held without
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bail after police arrested him on monday, investigators say provide hid in the back seat of a 16-year-old girl's car after parking to shop. she runed and he forced her at night point to a remote location but she escaped. he was identified from evidence in the vehicle. >> there was a deadly shooting in antioch. police say a 21-year-old was shot at 1:30 this morning and taken to the hospital but did not survive. police have not releases details on any suspects or possible motive. antioch police are investigating the death of a man found if a home. officers were called to a house near canada hills drive at 6:00 and discovered the body of a 70-year-old man. police have not released his name or details. they are treating it as a homicide. >> from san francisco, a high
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speed chase involving a man on a motorcycle ends in a crash and happened on 19th avenue. the motorcycle driver crashed after hitting two cars. the chase began this pacifica at 12:30 at highway one and 280. the motorcycle took off going at least 100 miles per hour and the driver was treated on the scene and taken to the hospital. >> from contra costa county, firefighters battled a grass fire in antioch that started before 11:00 and funded 15 acres ' crews contained it. the area is also near the contra costa county bus yard. there were no injuries reported. >> the giants fan beaten nearly to death outside domeers stadium is out of repack and at home but not by choice. his family says their insurance stopped paying for the we rehab center after suffering a severe
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brain injury from a it booing after a giants and dodger game in los angeles on opening day in 2011. the family says in a blog statement that they are happy he is home but wish he could have stayed longer at the rehab center. >> bart officials are calling for a mediator to join contract negotiations with the unions. bart says negotiations with the service employees union and the transit union have not made progress. both beyonds represent train operators and station agents and mechanics and maintenance workers. the unions want a three-year contract with 5 percent pay rays and bart wants workers to contribute more to health and pension. >> wildfires in the rockies ahead and an update on the firefight and evacuations this morning. >> first, caught on camera a stroll that nearly ends this disaster. a life saving actions are ahead.
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>> the golden gate bridge, where is the fog? the clouds? not seeing them this morning. traffic and weather is
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>> good morning, coming up on 6:40 a beautiful picture of downtown san francisco, from our roof camera. beautiful blue sky out there, and definitely not much in the
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way of cloud cover, hazy in a few spots but, check out the temperatures compared to average, close to live more, and napa and further south the more likely you will come up short at four to six degrees with middle 70's. we have moderate amounts of grass and tree pollen out there, and everything else is running slow. we will look at what is beginning on across the state if you are traveling today, high clouds around los angeles and low clouds during the morning and 74 and 66 in san diego and 106 in palm springs, and 71 in tahoe. as we take it to the map, we will take a look at the accident that is on the shoulder northbound 101 at shoreline boulevard and we are left with the mess of a backup with top speed at 31 so the speeds are jumping up. we do have a lot of wazers that are tracking our traffic and you can traffic your traffic with the exclusive waze app.
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but, first, walnut creek and what is happening on 680, not too much but for lots of traffic as you column on highway 24. eric? >> thank you, it is 6:41. a lab training to become a seeing eye dog passed a frightening real life test. the yellow lab named o'neal was guiding two employees when an out-of-control car backing in right here, barking up, and it nearly ran them down, and o'neal heard and saw the carers and a worker had a blindfold on and was pretending to be blind and the other rushed everyone around the corner and the 93-year-old woman driving lost control trying to parallel park and hit a city bench and finally stopped but the drive was not hurt. >> o'neal could trade other dogs is point.
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>> the map accused of holding he women hostage in cleveland if a decade runs to court this >> wall street had a loss in the triple digits but is up 74 points and we will check with the new york stock exchange. >> a small animal saved from disaster as raging wildfires
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>> covering novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> there four massive wildfires, and katie marzullo is in the newsroom with the latest update. >> we have learned of 900 inmates a state prison near colorado springs moved to another location, officials say the heavy smoke is what dangerous and the fire is not actually close to the prison. look at pictures from colorado right now from a distance. a great vantage point for the smoke, a massive smoke plume covering large portions of the state. there are more than 150 firefighters on the ground near colorado springs and one rescued a baby dee from the flames of the black forest fire north of colorado springs is burning out
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of control and wins were gusting between 20 and 40 miles per hour at 100 degrees. the sheriff estimates that 8,000 abcers have burned and up to 60 homes have been destroy asked they expect that number to grow. also, more than 6,000 people are under evacuate objections and some are desperate to get back home. though would not let us in and i persuaded them to let us get our dogs. >> today, the cargo planes are expected to gin the firefighter and officials say six helicopters and an air tanker are on the scene and the out of control fires burning are near canyon super and the other is in the rocky mountain national park. the weather should improve today and it will be cooler, in the 90's in denver and down to the 80's by the end of the week, no rain in the forecast, though.
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>> thanks, new this morning the man accused of holding three women cappist in cleveland if a decade appeared in court this is new video entering the courtroom in handcuffs wearing an orange jump suit arraigned half an hour ago. he kept his head down the whole time. the 52-year-old pleaded not guilty to hundreds of charges remitted to kidnapping and rape of three women found in home with a six-year-old girl he fathered. the three girls are safe. authorities say berry managed to escape and called for help. >> you could see more advertising at warriors games soon. >> it is cheaper to buy an electric car. jane king is from the new york stock exchange. >> afternoon. g.m. is trying to spark volt sales and offering up to $5,000 cash back for the plug in.
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the incentives are putting the monthly payments in the sail range as the cut-rate $269 lease rice in california where you can save a lot. a gallon of regular coughs $3.98 but the energy department says it costs under $1.52 to buy the equal amount of electricity. drivers in california pay average $390 each time they have the cars diagnosissed and repaired, the third highest in the nation, behind new jersey and washington, dc. this is according to the survey that says maintenance prices cut 10 percent. now the markets, we are off the highs but making up some of the ground we lost yesterday and the silicon valley index is up. take your eyes off the became and look at the nice open hard word floor something advertisers
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are noticing so next week the nab will allow teams to sell ads for the out of bounds safe by the benches. it w use decals that will now be allowed on nationally televised games. >> any place you go, cannot get away. >> like when they put spiderman movie on the bases had was a big uproar. >> i thought it was going to be on arms of the athletes their necks or arms. >> now, plenty of sunshine. >> lots of sunshine everywhere, so a good observation, so first, we will talk graduation with another one cued up, vallejo high school the apaches, 6:30, graduating the seen consider class and sending them to the cruel, cruel world.
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kidding. full of spirit and happiness when you graduated high school. temperatures are cool and breezy so dress for 72 and dropping gown to 66 and now, the bay bridge has presses kicking up this afternoon, and west win at 50 to 25 notes and san francisco and through the delta community, and shay he will be breezy at graduation. winds are faster until 9:00 p.m. tomorrow with wind at 20 to 30 knots scaring away the clouds. beautiful picture toward mount tamalpais. look what will happen, sunshine becomes breezy and cooling this weekend and more is next week. hop you enjoy the warm weather. it will not get out control because we have cool remnants right now but it is briefly leaving us with a secondary shot
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coming this week and next week with temperatures below average. 80 degree temperatures around gilroy and mid-to-upper 70's for the south bay and peninsula is low-to-mid 70's and menlo park is 73 and cooling at millbrae and 61 in the sun set and mid 60's on the bay side and 76 at petaluma to 80 in sonoma and we have low-to-mid 70's in the east bay shore and hayward and berkeley is cool at 70 and east bay valley at 80 to 82 everywhere. if you are headed to the game, yankees are in town and taking on the a's at 7:05 and dropping to 56. look inland, that jumped the most, and only two degrees tomorrow and another couple of degrees on friday and a dramatic drop with temperatures back to average saturday and sunday and below average monday and tuesday
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and with the temperatures drop we do not get the rain. a new accident is causing slowing along 101 southbound direction from petaluma. look at that, plenty of slowing and we have an accident blocking one lane so coming away from highway 116 you will feel a pinch. but toward san rafael i will show you that and caltrain is experiencing delays northbound at eight to ten minutes but muni and bart are on time. at 580 we are 20 minutes to get you to the golden gate bridge and our gas card give away and you can enter, click the "like" button to have a chance to win
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free gas and starting tomorrow we announce one winner a day right here on the abc7 morning news. good luck, everyone. >> who is feeling lucky? >> seven things to know before you go, and the morning news
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>> good morning, at 6:54 a look at ocean beach in san francisco, what a pretty picture. you can see the water looks blue because we have a few clouds is all and lots of sunshine. meteorologist mike nicco has more. >> here are seven things to know before you go: a police search is underway in berkeley for a man who sexually assault add boy in the bathroom at the marina. officers are searching every car that leaves the area and checking homeless encampments. two, construction of the new 49ers stadium is on hold until tomorrow while state safety officials investigate the
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accidental death of an elevator mechanic. the 63-year-old donald white on the right here died at the site yesterday. >> police are investigating a deadly shooting if antioch that took the life of a 21-year-old at 1:30 this morning near 18th at d street. no word on suspects are on motive. >> four, a motorcyclist was taken to the hospital after leading police on a high speed chase that ended in a crash in san francisco. the chase started in pacific and ended we a short time later. >> the spurs made a final records 16, three-pointers cruising to 113-77 win that puts them up 2-1 in the series and game four is tomorrow night at 6:00 and it will be right here on abc7 news. >> check out how calm it is the bay water from the san francisco exploritorium and temperatures today are going to be at average
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if not below but look at the sunshine to the coast, the day planner the next 12 hours is in the 50's and 40's at the coast in the north pay and in the 50's at the coast and 73 inland by noon and 60's to 80's around the bay at 4:00. >> a look at the maze, more cars toward the gay bridge and heavy backups to the tolls. the accident in petaluma shows southbound along 101 at walk street, heavy backup causing pressure along he 116, and the westbound direction, and this accident has cleared but the slow down still remains and it looks like traffic is dissipating sightly. >> thank you for joining us for the use aonly news which continues in 25 minutes with news, weather, and traffic. >> we are always on at with the a's and yankees today. captioned by, closed captioning good morning, america.
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good morning, america. breaking now, running for their lives. >> go, go. >> thousands flee massive fires fueled by inferno-like gusts in colorado. dozens of huge homes already burned. and in the east, one in five americans at risk for gigantic storms that could pack 100-mile-an-hour winds. also happening now. escalating clashes in one of the most popular tourist destinations for americans. protesters in turkey, fighting police with fireworks. cops pushing them back with tear gas and rubber bullets. our live report from the center of the chaos. caught on tape. the shocking moments this mother and her 8-month-old baby are in the path of an out-of-control taxi. the infant trapped and what happened next was amazing. how they both walked away. and take a look at this.


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