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>> good morning, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, may 4th. let's start with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi carolyn, good morning to you. we have some fog floating in and out of the bay. higher clouds will be visiting us. live doppler 7hd shows we are not looking at any precipitation but we could see some sprinkles through the next day and a half. a stronger on shore push throughout the day today so it has been breezy. that will continue. we will see variable clouds and a cool day. numbers in the low 60s to the
upper 60s around the bay. coastside only upper 50s. winds up to 20 miles an hour and the lower 60s. inland we are look at a few temperatures perhaps in the low 70s. so that will be the mild spot. feeling much cooler than what we've been used to. that trend more or less continues with a few caveats. i'll tell you about it coming up. >> lisa, thank you. we begin with developing news out of a barricade situation ended just a short time ago on sixth street. the incident began overnight after officers saw a man with a gun run into a building. police again evacuating residents around 6th and mission street and also blocked traffic. the barricade ended about 2:00 this morning. officers took two men into custody, but it's unclear what role they may have played. this morning sunnyvale police are looking for a man who robbed and terrorized an elderly couple in their home.
the woman and her husband are so traumatized they don't feel safe anymore. abc news reporter sergio has the details. >> police quickly swarmed this quiet neighborhood looking for the man who broke into this home. the resident said she first realized something wag wrong when she heard her husband talking to somebody in the other room. >> there was a man waving a gun at him and shoving him into the wall. then he saw me and then he would never let us be together in the same room after that. >> dorothy said she's mostly upset about how violent the man was. >> to see him push my poor old husband around. he's 92 years old. he ripped his watch off his arm. he took all my rings, my engagement ring, my wedding ring. >> her husband was not injured. they left for most of the afternoon because they were worried about being home after the break-in. we checked in on her again. they said the police had arrested somebody, but she didn't recognize that person. she said he would recognize the armed robber because he was sitting on her patio chair.
>> i thought he was delivering a package because i was expecting some, and when i opened the door he had this attitude like what took you so long. >> she shood him off her front patio and was shocked to see him again inside the home. so they changed the lock and are installing a home alarm system as soon as possible. police hope anyone who knows anything about the robbery will make a call. in sunnyvale, abc7 news. new details dnews about the teenager who was the stowaway to hawaii in the wheel well of a california jet. he is back in california. the 15-year-old is in of the custody of santa clara county social services. this, according to a report from our media partner, "contra costa times." hawaii's department of human services confirms the boy has
left hawaii. his father flew there hoping to reunite with his son but the officials in hawaii reportedly denied his father's son to see his son and bring him back home. a gunman who shot a man to death on the east bay freeing -- freeway remains on the run this morning. the 31-year-old man was killed driving on interstate 580 in richmond, and investigators believe he was targeted. sky 7hd shows traffic backed up for miles yesterday afternoon on 580 in richmond. abc7 news reporter lilian kim has the details. >> officers shut down all lanes of this stretch of eastbound 580 in richmond, backing up traffic for miles. police say the male driver of the blue ford s.u.v. lost control after being shot by someone in another car. >> we don't believe he was firing at just anybody, we believe that the suspect or suspects were firing at him. >> witnesses say the s.u.v. rolled over multiple times before hitting the center divide. people who live along the freeway heard the gunshots and the crash. >> there were five gunshots.
i ducked. i grabbed my jacket and ran outside because i thought one of my brothers got shot. then we came here and you could see the man over there died from the gunshot wound in his back. >> it's unclear if he died from the gunshot or from the crash. >> we are trying to determine a motive or if the victim had any enemies or anybody that might have wanted to shoot him. >> police are hoping that witnesses will come forward. they say someone should have seen somebody since it was a relatively busy time of the day. they say thank goodness no one else was hurt. >> i don't know what the situation was, but innocent people could have been -- a stray bullet could have hit one of them. >> anyone with information is urged to call richmond police. in richmond, lilian kim, abc7 news. the chp said they will
arrest a hospitalized santa rosa man for felony dui after he crashed his car and killed his wife. he had an drinking and speeding when he steered off a road and crow lied with a tree. his wife, a 33-year-old woman, died at the scene. he was airlifted to the hospital with major injuries. he is also expected to face charges of vehicular manslaughter. a man has died several hours after a hit-and-run driver plowed into his car in san francisco's mission district. a driver ran a red light and rammed the car early yesterday morning. those cars then hit another car. police say the driver who broadsided the victim ran from the
a man was shot to death after entering another apartment inside this building in san francisco. it happened on mission street early yesterday morning. the victim, steven, lived two floors above the suspected killer. he apparently got off the elevator on the wrong floor before walking into the apartment he thought was his. the man who shot him is in jail. protesters here in the united states and nigeria are calling on their governments to do more. to find more than 200 girls kidnapped last month. [chanting] bring back our girls! ♪ we want our girls >> yesterday they marched, calling for the the return of 223 girls kidnapped at gunpoint. a militant group raided the girls' boarding school back on april 16th, taking 276 girls. 53 have since escaped. the girls are reportedly being sold into marriage for $12 each. >> a north bay community is rallying around a boy fighting cancer. all the proceeds from an auction last night at the elk's club in san ran fell will go to ron's
family. ron died from a heart attack shortly after his son was diagnosed with his cancer is called rms and it attacks his muscles. when he was diagnosed it was at stage 4 but despite all of that the family is in good spirits. >> they are survivors and they are staying positive. it's a difficult situation, but but they are persevering. >> zeke's mother said he is doing okay. his body is responding well to chemotherapy. he will start radiation next month. are with that family. lisa argen is here now. she's talking about the accuweather forecast. >> yeah, we have a variety of clouds out there, breezy winds in the higher elevations. a little fog at the coast. we have put it all together and here's a look at emeryville. you see the low cloudiness. temperatures in the 50s here. not getting out of the 60s today and maybe a few sprinkles in the next day and a half. i'll show you the forecast when we return.
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the warriors playoff run against the clippers has ended. last night the two teams battled in game seven of the first round at the staples center. steph curry had 33 points to lead the warriors, but blake griffin was just too much down the stretch. the clippers advance to the western conference semifinals with the 126-121 victory. but a good season, warriors. mike shumann will have much more later on in sports. the racist remarks by the clippers owner donald sterling are still echoing across the country as he fights a virtual death sentence from the nba. the woman who recorded those words has spoken about them for the very first time. v. stiviano spilled exclusively to abc's barbara walters. abc news reporter michelle franson has the details.
>> their team owner is banned from the nba for life for making racial comments on the phone. >> if you want to broadcast that you are associating with black people. >> the person who started all this, v. stiviano, who admits recording the conversation, but she doesn't know who leaked it. she spoke exclusively to barbara walters. >> is donald sterling a racist? >> no. i don't believe it in my heart. >> have you heard him say derogatory things about minorities in general and blacks in particular? >> absolutely. >> you heard him say derogatory things? >> yes. >> sterling has hit back, telling a magazine that, quote, "i wish i had just paid her off." but sooner or later he will likely have to address the racist rants publicly. >> i think what is really important is that he own it, that he vow he's going to be a different person. >> do you think donald sterling
should apologize? >> absolutely. >> will he apologize? >> only god knows. >> the nba is now consulting with l.a. clippers management to appoint a c.e.o. to oversee the team's operations. abc news, new york. the sterling scandal will be just one of the topics covered on "this week." former nba great kareem abdul jabar will be on the show. he said no one should be surprised by his remarks considering his 33 years as owner of the team. minnesota's al franken will also sit down for a rare interview. "this week" with george stephanopoulos is right after our newscast at 8:00 this morning. a tesla job fair ended just two hours after it started yesterday after an overwhelming response. thousands of people showed up at the job fair that was supposed to last until 5:00. instead it was shut down at 10:00 a.m. because of capacity
and safety concerns. tesla officials say the hiring process is still open, but now people have to apply online. wouldn't it be nice to know exactly what chemicals or how many calories are in the food you eat, how much alcohol is in your beer, what pharmaceuticals are in your pills? well, now you can. here's abc news reporter jonathan bloom. >> we have cheese we bought. >> point it at the cheese and you get this. it matches the nutrition label so closely you would think they copied it. but it also works on foods with no label. >> it can tell you how ripe an apple is, how sweet it is. >> it is an infrared spectrometer called sio. it shines a light and records what comes back. it can tell you what molecules something is made of. >> there's just a very large and bulky and very inaccessible to consumers. we have reduced the cost and the
size of the device. >> this model is what they want the finished product to look like. they are raising money on kickstarter and pledges are rolling in. >> it's an early stage product, i've never seen so much press attention. all eyes are on these devices because they promise something very compelling. >> she points to tell hitch spec, a similar device that promises to find allergens in food. >> i'm pretty skeptical. the fact we are seeing these devices trying to raise money on crowd funding sites suggests that traditional venture capitalists haven't real placed their faith in them yet. >> they build apps to use the scanners in hospital and even your own medicine cabinets. >> point it at a device and press "scan." >> it can tell what is in that pill, a pressing need in some countries. in the developing world 50% of the pharmaceuticals are fake in
africa. at 150 bucks, seniors could use it at home as doctors look on. >> make sure patients take their drugs on time and taking the right mix. he said that can win investment from drug companies. eventually as they build knew apps for sio, they want to build the appear right into your cell phone. abc7 news. >> there are dozen of high-tech devices on the market to help diabetics track and control their blood sugar, but a bay area group believes their version offers advantages that machines can't. "dogs for diabetics" train service dogs to help recognize changes in a patient's body that may indicate hypoglycemia. that alert is critical because hypoglycemia can impair certain abilities, including driving. >> if i'm driving and he alerts me, then typically i will pull over and check and then i can have food in the car. he will not let me get in a car like that.
>> tomorrow night on abc7 news at 7:00 we will take a look at the training and the amazing acts the dogs are able to develop. in southern california two firefighters are recovering after being injured while fighting a string of brush fires in san diego county. one firefighter was treated for heat exhaustion, the other for a possible fractured ankle. the fires are in the cleveland national forest near alpine. the largest is about 16 acres. three others were quickly contained. our dry, warm conditions are prompting cal fire to increase staffing in northern california. starting tomorrow cal fire will be transitioning into fire season across the bay area and the sacramento region. that's more than a month earlier than usual. they are asking homeowners to be prepared for wildfires and every home has 100 feet of defensive space. they say this every year, lisa.
>> that's right. and that dry, warm weather behind us is cool, breezy, and the possibility of a few sprinkles headed our way through tuesday. that will be the exception because we do have a cold area of low pressure that will be grazing northern california. and with the unstable air it could bring us a few light showers. i'll show you in just a mommy. but right now live doppler 7hd showing the cloud cover that is smattered about. take a look at mt. tam. what a site. it looks blustery, springily and cold and the winds up to 20 and 35 miles an hour in the higher elevations. 57 oakland, 54 in san jose where we have a nice calm start to the day. half moon bay reporting fogg. here's a nice calm look at santa cruz. the temperatures today will top out right around 70 degrees. it will be breezy at the coast and back home only upper 50s to near 60 around our local beaches. 54 livermore right now but
higher elevations, the gusty winds mixes up the atmosphere, keeping temperatures on the mild side. here's a look at the winds, up to 35 miles an hour mt. tam. over in into the east bay nearly 30 miles an hour. the surface winds are calm and here's a look at san jose where we have a pretty nice start to the day with a clear sky, partly cloudy and breezy today. several cool days with the winds kicking up right on through tuesday. we will show you the possibility of a few showers partly because of this system here. in fact, it's all because of this system. it will spread the moisture well to the north of us but it is going to bring the cooler air mass our way, keep the on shore flow with us. so brisk winds. the cold, unstable air mass in the higher elevation wes could see a sprinkle or two. here's the timing on all of it. by this afternoon you will notice we have the clouds around and we will call it partly cloudy. temperatures in the 60s, perhaps near 70 degrees. but by 1:00 notice tomorrow the
possibility in the north bay of a sprinkle and most of the activity will be over the higher elevations, coastal hills. if we go through 2:00 on tuesday, we are still looking at the possibility. here this model brings the rain chances on the hills here of san mateo coast, and right on through tuesday anywhere from nothing to a couple hundred. so just to be aware of that with the breezy winds it's going to be really spring like pattern around here. 70 san jose, 69 milpitas, santa clara on the peninsula. cool day today, upper 60s with partly cloudy skies, redwood city. winds up to 20s. clouds in daly city. 67 santa rosa. just a few 70s here with all the way up to calistoga and ukiah. near east bay near 60s berkeley. 67 fremont. a slightly cooler day for you. you head inland and temperatures will be about 70 degrees along the creek. partly cloudy skies. the accuweather seven-day forecast, the high clouds and
the fog with the breezy winds, allowing nor mainly 60s to near 70 today and tomorrow. maybe an isolated sprinkle. we will see the temperatures try to recover by midweek and another system could visit us on friday, kind of putting a cap on any of the warming we saw. we could see about an 80 or so in the east bay. but very pleasant and spring like. >> i like it like that. how did you handle that heat wave last week? >> that was rough. very rough. >> i agree. exactly. it will go away. up next, a night of laughs in washington, d.c. how the president poked fun at himself at last night's white house correspondents dinner. we have some of the highlights coming up.
>> the oakland ballet company showcased their opening season with a benefit dinner last night. news anchor cheryl jennings served as an m.c. at the gala near lake merritt. folks who aattended enjoyed a sneak-peek of some of the dances the company will perform during their spring season. last night's dinner and auction will support the company and their discover cans educational outreach program. celebrities, reporters and the president poked fun at each other at this year's white house correspondence dinner. it was last night.
joel mchale took jabs at the president, democrats, republicans and the chris christie bridge scandal but cnn and their coverage of the missing malaysian airlines fight was a target for both the president and the comedian. >> i'm happy to be here even though i'm a little jet lag from my trip to malaysia. the lengths we have to go to to get cnn coverage these days. >> this is the 100th year of the white house correspondents association. [applause] >> yes, 100 years ago cnn was only searching for the wright brothers plane. >> the president also made fun of the botched rollout of healthcare.gov saying instead of "yes, we can" which was last years slogan, it was "control, alt, delete." this is the 100th anniversary of the correspondents association. >> many happy faces here in the golden state. a california-bred horse won the kentucky derby yesterday for the first time since 1962.
bay area racing fans packed golden gate field to wager on the derby while enjoying live, local racing. many more fancy hats and other fashions you would expect to see at churchill downs in kentucky. some cashed in, betting on the winner california chrome. folks also celebrated in yuba city, which is the birthplace of california chrome. >> a good local story, good for the community, excitement. the kentucky derby. >> i think there will be a lot of excitement coming out of this and going forward hopefully. >> speaking of the triple crown, california chrome will try to win the preakness in two weeks in baltimore. no horse has won the triple crown since affirm back in 1978 and only 11 horses have won the triple crown since 1919. more to come on the abc sunday morning news. up next, a man who is used to saving lives, now accused of taking a life. the statewide manhunt underway for a man who police say killed
>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> carolyn, good morning to you. i am going to show you two very distinct pictures worlds away. mt. tam blustery and cool with sprinkles and temperatures all around the bay in the 50s. not really representative of the
entire bay area because it's much calmer in san jose, also redwood city 54. but let's take you to the calm beach in santa cruz. what a difference where numbers still in the 50s. there is fog up the road, half moon bay. and you put it all together we are looking for a partly cloudy sky today with breezy winds and temperatures anywhere from just about 60, upper 50s some area around pacifica to about 70 inland. we will continue the cooling trend with the breezy winds, and a spring like fast with maybe some sprinkles in the offing. carolyn. >> thank you. a statewide manhunt is underway. police are looking for a cal fire battalion chief accused of killing his fiancee while she was on the phone with her sister. abc news reporter mike has the latest. 55-year-old or value fleming is a virginia fire chief trained to
save lives. here's he's on the training exercise near sacramento. now he stands accused of stabbing to health his 26-year-old fiancee, sarah douglas, in a home they share. he is the object of a california manhunt. >> we are efficient at track fugitive. he is a fugitive. outside the murder seen the the family and friends held a vigil. >> the victim's aunt said her niece was on the phone with her sister when she was murdered. she recounts the last seconds of that chilling call. >> he enters the house, comes up from behind and on the speakerphone you could hear her say, oh, you scared the -- out of me, and then she screams and bloodcurdling screams and the phone goes dead. >> flemming's pickup truck was found abandoned south of sacramento, but still no sign of a fire chief on the run. >> blood was found in the truck and they are concerned fleming might try to take his own life. >> family members tell abc news they do not believe the homicide was premeditated. they believe he snapped.
plans to reopen a hospital has hit a snag this morning. the press democrat said talks between the board of palm drive hospital and a nonprofit foundation has stalled. the hospital, the only one in west sonoma county, officially closed last monday after filing for bankruptcy. a board member said the foundation's plans have financial and governance issues. negotiators for the nonprofit said the hospital is not bargaining in good faith. san francisco mayor ed lee is bound and determined not to lose george lucas's planned museum to another city. earlier this year the presidio trust rejected the proposal to open the museum on parkland near the golden gate bridge. his museum will feature the star wars creator's lifetime art collection and movie memorabilia. city of chicago is now launching
an aggressive campaign to bring the museum there. mayor lee said he has given his staff until the end of this month to come up with possible locations for the museum. there's a groundbreaking new service available in san francisco to help children exposed to violence. it's called the children's advocacy center and it provides a centralized location where child victims can begin to find healing and city agencies can coordinate their responses. abc7 news anchor cheryl jennings takes us on a tour and shows us why it is so important. >> san francisco has 6,000 reports of child abuse each year. it's actually the highest rate in the entire bay area. >> katie albright, the executive director of the san francisco child abuse prevention center and dr. chris stewart want to talk about the new program he's directing, the children's advocacy center of san francisco. it's helping children in a state of the art facility and is the first of its kind partnership in the country. all of the services are under
one roof, including the department of public health, the district attorney, human services agency, city attorney, police department, and the san francisco child abuse prevention center. in fact, the center provided this video about the new children's advocacy center. the partners want children to know that help is available to them in a safe place because so many suffer in silence. >> there is support for the idea that just telling your story and being listened to and believed is a very important thing. >> dr. stewart walks us through the process that children and their families or caregivers go. to they take an elevator to the central floor and are greeted and checked in by a person with a warm child. -- a warm smile. then they go into a child friendly reception room. >> once the team is ready, expert viewer will come out and bring the child back. they will be brought to one of the interview rooms. we have two, one for younger children and one for adolescents. they tell their story to a trained interviewer who can put
it in child appropriate language and allow them to tell what happened while behind the mirror are the people who need the information for their investigations. it's all recorded so we have really state of the art equipment here to do this. >> there's also an exam room for the children. it took several years and an extraordinary commitment from generous donors and city agency partners to make all of this happen. one of the major donors is tipping point community. >> this idea of a new building came up, and we were very excited to participate. >> tipping point community was founded by daniel lury and his colleagues to find programs to fight poverty in the area. >> at a tipping point function a few years ago we raised $4 million in one night to help launch this new center. >> tipping point is helping support two programs in the new center are for youth wellness on third street. the new children's advocacy children and the spmc bayview
child health center. >> if you are fighting poverty in the bay area, you always have to protect your most vulnerable, and those are our children. >> for many years the work is happening at the basement of general hospital. it's like highly trained experts, partners at ucsf, partner at san francisco general and cff that are trained in providing medical services to children in crisis. >> they are in the process of moving to the new location. that community effort is allowing for major changes this year to help even more children in san francisco. cheryl jennings, abc7 news. and for more information we put a link to the san francisco child abuse prevention center website on our website, abc7news.com. you can expect some slower traffic this morning in san lorenzo. caltrans is demolishing the marina boulevard bridge on interstate 880. all lanes will be shut down until 7:00 this morning. traffic will be detoured at the
marina boulevard off ramp. during the week lanes of 880 will be shut from midnight to 4:00 a.m. southbound lanes from 11:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, cavity fighters in action. the group offering free care today to adults and children in an underserved neighborhood. and here is a live look from our sutro cam. kind of socked in there with sort of a mysterious look there. lisa argen will clear everything up for you with her forecast in just a few minutes. watch abc is now available to bay area dish customers who want to watch abc7 news online or on smartphones and tablets. just go to abc7news.com and click on the "watch abc" logo to find out how to access it. you can also search "watch abc"
>> happening today, this is only the 4th of may, but the oakland fruitvale district will be celebrating cinco demayo. the festivities begin at 11:00 this morning on east 12th street with aztec dances, mariachi bands and plenty of booths showcasing the local restaurants. organizers are urging the entire oakland community to celebrate the 6th on the 4th. cinco demayo is causing a different reaction in morgan hill, where a protest is planned outside a high school where some students were told to turn their american flag t-shirts
inside-out or go home. this happened four years ago at live oak high school. latino students saw the american flag as a sign of disrespect. school officials felt that they needed to prevent possible violence. a federal appeals court ruled in favor of the school, saying campus safety trumps first amendment rights. the group, called the gilroy morgan hill patriots, plan to stand in front of the school tomorrow morning and hold american flags in silence. lisa argen now with a preview of the back to average in terms of temperatures. >> yeah, but we will have the breezy springtime winds and partly cloudy skies. lake tahoe numbers in the 40s. a windy day on the lake and numbers going up to the lower 60s. we are talking about some changes that include maybe some sprinkles. stay with us. i'll have the look for the week ahead when we return. >> thank you, lisa. also next i'm wearing my blue to
the warriors. it was an exciting game seven. the warriors and the clippers battled into the final minutes. mike shumann has the highlights coming up in sports. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. what's this? it's u-verse live tv. with at&t u-verse... you can watch live tv from your device. hey. hey. anywhere in your home. [doorbell rings] hey. hey. so you won't miss a minute of the game. call now to get a u-verse bundle for the same great price for 2 years. guaranteed.
>> many low income people in the bay area have little access to dental care. today there will be free dental screenings in san francisco's bayview neighborhood. it's part of the sunday streets event. abc7 news reporter lyanne melendez has more. >> even though we are surrounded by topnotch medical facilities, dental health in the bay area is considered poor, especially among low-income families. >> the need is incredibly overlooked. because most people are struggling with, putting food on the table, especially low income families. >> free screenings help promote
good dental health. this weekend ucsf will offer them to children and adults in the bayview neighborhood. they will also be exposed to free dental education and referrals, and that's where many fall through the cracks. most can't afford it. but the ucsf school of dentistry has a sliding-scale based on a person's income. dental students can provide treatment and also dental faculty. >> as of may 1st med-i-cal began offering dental insurance again to adults. according to a survey, many low income children in santa clara and san mateo counties have dental insurance due to the children's health initiative. but the report says that's not enough. children and their parents have to understand how to prevent tooth decay and have access to dentists. >> many children are exposed to a lot of sugars in their diet
through either fast foods or sodas, sugary drinks, and it's important to also educate the parents and the families all together. >> the ucsf screening takes about 15 minutes. no appointment is necessary. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> the free dental screenings by ucsf will take place between 11:00 a.m. and 3:30 at the bayview opera house on third street. lisa argen here now. ed to talking, of course, about the weather. >> yeah, i like to talk about that. we will start out with live doppler 7hd where there is some cloud cover. low clouds and high clouds. sun setting at 8:03. that brings us 13 hours, 52 minutes of day light. it will be another breezy one at the coast with winds up to 25 miles an hour. so temperatures once again will be held down due it a strong on
shore push. look where it is happening on mt. tam. gusty winds over 30 miles an hour. it looks, you know, like a winter scene. but we contrast that with the temperatures in the 50s and it is pretty mild at the surface 55. and about 90 miles away, look at this. santa cruz, nice and calm out there where temperatures here will top out around 70 degrees. gorgeous day here and very little wind to speak up right now. 52 by the delta. 48 novato. good morning santa rosa, 54 in livermore and concord. the wind gusts have been up over into the east bay, 28 miles an hour. and certainly mt. tam has had a 30, 35 mile-an-hour wind gust. san jose this morning look at the clear sky. overall today partly cloudy skies, low clouds and fog will be scattering out and we will have high clouds. it will be breezy once again.
we have several cool days as an area of low pressure drops to the south and heads over to the north of us. this will bring the possibility of a few sprinkles. most of you won't see anything at all from the system but the increasingly on shore flow keeping the cool marine air transported all the which into the east bay valleys and even into the central valleys. it will be a cool, breezy day today. it will stay with us, the forecast monday and tuesday. and a spotty shower is possible as this low heads north. now here's why. the rest of the day today featuring the partly cloudy sky 3:00 this afternoon. then we go through the overnight hours. lots of clouds. tomorrow afternoon take a look. maybe a few sprinkles around the santa cruz mountains, sonoma county by 2:00. still partly cloudy skies and then into monday night we've got more cloud cover. tuesday perhaps a light shower. most of you won't see anything at all and we will see a nice spring like afternoon with the breezy winds. but as we go through tuesday morning, the possibility of a
couple hundreds here and there. it will be a brisk feel to the day if you are along the coast. but if you are inland you will see a pleasant afternoon with low 70s in livermore. the coolest day will be tomorrow about then you start a steady climb throughout the rest of the week. statewide it will be in the 60s in the sierra nevada. very windy there. 84. still hot in fresno with some wind down in los angeles. 68 san mateo, 71 concord. the accuweather seven-day forecast, partly cloudy, breezy, spottily light shower possible through early tuesday, then we will see more sunshine and temperatures slowly climbing, but nothing too out of control. very comfortable for the week. >> nothing out of control? >> no. i'm not forecasting it. >> all right. thanks, lisa. i'll tell you what was out of control. in sports the rivalry between the warriors and clippers might have gotten out of control. maybe escalated after the game at staples center.
usa today is reporting there was a heated verbal back and forth in the tunnel that connects the locker rooms. the police were even called. but it's not believed any punches were thrown. the incident happened shortly after the clippers eliminated the warriors in game seven of their first-round playoff series. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> a great season for the warriors came to an abrupt end last night at the step he will centers against the clippers. draymont green on fire from beyond the arc. career high 24 points. steph curry had 33. we head to the north. clippers up 2. andre with a three. he had 14, 107-106 warriors. l.a. comes back. chris paul to jordan for the jam. two minutes left. curry drives. blocked by jordan. clifford taken the other way. blake griffin finishes the alley oop. he had 24, but his biggest play
came under a minute left. drives, throws it up, somehow gets it to drop and fouls and griffin giving up the ball, goes to jordan for the easy jam. clippers moving on to the second round with 126-121 victory. >> a battle against a team that i got a lot of respect for. extremely well-coached. i think we will see each other down the road again. i'm extremely proud of my guys. i think it's been an outstanding year for us. >> giants take their second start for the braves and four straight in the win column once again with home runs and solid pitching. wearing the throw-back uniforms, both squads. the eighth home run of the season here. brandon belt. giants up 1-0. g-men have hit homers in ten straight games now. pablo sandoval helping the cause with defense. chris johnson turns the double play. braves tie it up at one. and the fourth they lead off with his seventh of the year. another solo shot.
giants up 2-1. in the seventh, michael morris going deep as well. his eighth. all homers led off the inning. leads the league in solo home runs. giants win 3-1. their eighth win in nine games. boston strong in all its glory. to fenway park. former a and pride of petaluma, jonny gomes kicked things off with a grand slam. 4-0 sox. we had three home runs. it was more than enough for boston pitcher jon lester. allowed just one hit, eight shutout innings struck out a career high 15 and walked only two. red sox win 6-3. they will go for the sweep today. the 140th running of the kentucky derby. incident. california chrome, a 5-2 favorite in perfect position. third place on the thirst turn and turned it on down the stretch. >> california chrome into the final furlong. he has a five length lead on the competition. he's in front. and up second. on the outside. he will take second.
but california chrome wins the kentucky derby! >> california chrome, the first california-bred horse to win the derby since is 1962 in 2:03:06. jockey victor espinoza wins his second kentucky derby, and the 77-year-old art sherman wins with his first at churchill downs in 34 years. commanding curve was second and danza placed third. i'm mike shumann. see you again tonight at 5:00. have a great day. >> up next, an amazing reunion. how a new jersey couple got their dog back after losing him nearly two years ago during hurricane sandy.
>> no one got all six numbers. wednesday night's jackpot jumps to $70 million. >> it took 19 months, but a new jersey couple is finally reunited with their dog lost during hurricane sandy. the dog's name is reckless. he disappeared in 2012 after sandy ravaged the jersey shore. james family had given up hope of ever seeing him again, so they went to pick out a new dog and reckless was there. the agency said reckless was picked up as a stray about six months ago and volunteers fed him quite well, in fact, they did not recognize him at first because he was so heavy. that's kind of a miracle there to get him back after that lent length of time. >> seriously. >> well we will have the breezy winds, 60s and 70s. possibility of an isolated
sprinkle tomorrow through tuesday. mainly in the higher elevations. temperatures will remain on the cool side, and then a modest warming trend through the middle of the week. >> sounds good. thank you, lisa. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the news continues online and on all your mobile device was our new abc7 news app. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. "good morning america" is up next. have a grit sunday.
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