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>> good morning, everyone. i'm carolyn tyler. thanks four joining us on this sunday, mother's day may 11th. let's start with a quick look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn. happy mother's day to all of you. the sun coming up in about three minutes. we have clear skies. still breezy winds in the upper elevation bus they are shifting to the north. we are look at a warmer start in some areas. you can see the cameras shaking here from the east bay hills camera. we are looking at numbers ranging from the upper 40s to
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60 degrees. so temperatures in santa rosa 48. san francisco and oakland in the 60s. 47 in concord. we are looking at those hilltop winds still gusting to nearly 30 miles an hour. that will remain the case again today but notice they are out of the north and we will be looking at the winds at the surface on the breezy side. not as windy as yesterday. with the warmer atmosphere we are in the mid-60s at the coast but not feeling much change here because they will be cubs again gusty. around the bay low 70s to upper 70 he's. and inland a few 80s coming into play and we will talk about the 90s as soon as tomorrow. carolyn. >> thank you lisa. >> we have breaking news where officers are investigating an officer involved shooting. it happened in the area of story road and jackson avenue last night. officers spotted someone driving a vehicle that had been stolen. when officers tried to stop the
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driver, he rammed two patrol cars. investigators say one of the officers, fearing for her safety, then shot the man. he was taken to the hospital. no word yet on his condition. a female passenger in the suspect's vehicle has been taken into custody. a police chase ended with a crash along a freeway in the east bay. it happened about 10:00 last night on northbound interstate 880 near marina boulevard in san leandro. the officers said the driver refused to stop after officers tried to stop the consider for speeding. deputies captured two people who ran away. one managed 20 escape. deputies also found two guns inside the car. a fundraiser is underway for
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the family of a man killed last week in san jose and those responsible for organizing the fundraiser are the ones looking for the killer. >> this family is heartbroken. losing the 37 year old father of two has been devastating. i spoke with the family through the help of an interpreter. >> she's not mad she's sorry this than her and taken away the father of her child. >> lam was shot tuesday after an apparent case of road wage. he died at the hospital. lam worked 7 days a week, 17 hour days as a bus driver so his wife could stay home and take care of their two young sons. the oldest son has a severe case of autism. >> this officer has two kids of his own. after hearing about tuesday tragedy, he knew he had to help so he launched the online fundraising campaign and in less
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than 24 hours he's raised $10,000. >> they aren't living in luxury housing or anything like that. and special needs for the seven-year-old, especially him. he needs constant care. these days all that fills the house is sorrow. may is typically a month of celebrations. there's now a new plan for mother's day. >> we will gather around here at night and have mother's day with him. >> lam's funeral will take place may 16th. it would have been his 38th birthday. in san jose, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. san francisco police want to find the person who drove away after hitting a man near city hall. it happened just before 8:00 last night at golden gate and vanness avenues.
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the victim was crossing against a red light. he is expected to survive. the driver of this nissa ultima drove into a construction zone, taking out a giant orange arrow sign and a porta-potty. the contents flowed down the street, creating a smelly health hazard in the neighborhood and three small cars were also hit. >> i am like, are you serious? we just fixed this month about a month ago. that just was the killer part about it you know what i mean? i mean mother's day is coming up tomorrow and this is how we are going to celebrate it? >> the driver has been cited for not having a license or insurance, and could face reckless driving charges. president obama is offering his congratulations to michael sam, the first openly gay player in the nfl. the st. louis rams selected sam in the seventh round of the draft. abc7 news reporter nick smyth has more on the reaction.
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>> 6'2", 255-pound sam was considered a mid-to late-round pick, far from a sure thing to be drafted. the question is about whether or not he would make the cut and it was answered on the third and final day. >> the st. louis rams select michael sam, defensive end. >> the st. louis rams are a team right down the road from where sam played college ball at the university of missouri and where he came out to his team and coaches before his final college season and where he earned scc -- sec defensive player of the year. >> thank you. >> the tears started as soon as sam got off of the phone. he gave his boyfriend a big kiss and a long hug. many see his entry into the nfl as a huge step of integration of gay men into public sports. >> it's a great day for the nfl and for michael and his family.
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>> football fans in san francisco's castro district believes this moment is long overdue. >> it's the last wall we have to break so everyone can realize i am myself and i love it. >> this is remarkable to me. i never thought i would see this. i cried when he got drafted. >> the rams coach said the only thing that matters to him and his team is the ability of the player. >> that's a football player with ability this you just can't pass up. >> the challenges for sam aren't over. many sports analysts believe the passion with which he plays the game is not enough to overcome his size which some consider to be small for a defensive end in the nfl. abc7 news. >> nurses, doctors and patience at a hospital in san leandro are working on a play to keep the hospital from closing their
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doors. people who turned out yesterday said they would ask for help from the contra costa board of supervisors on tuesday. they say the closer will have devastating effects on their patience. >> some people don't have transportation. fortunately life will be lost. >> last week voters rejected a partial tax measure to fund the hospital. the hospital is currently losing more than $1 million a month. >> organizers are opening bay area residents will turn out in force again today to save the life of a 7-year-old boy battling leukemia. list name is baylor fredrickson, and his fight is especially challenging because he's multi-ethnic. his parents are japanese and german. so for a search for a mixed-race bone marrow match has come up empty. yesterday people from all over went to the bone marrow drive to
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see if they are a match for the young boy. >> anybody and everybody should come out and be a part of the program. just because you never know. you never know what's going to happen down the road. you never know -- yeah. we never expected this to happen to us. >> baylor endured chemotherapy two years ago. they thought it eradicated the leukemia but it returned and now a bone marrow transplant is the only other option. another drive will be held today in walnut creek and it's at the mother's day stroll from 11 to 4. >> strong winds blew across the bay area yesterday. you see just how gusty it was in san francisco. it was so bad the great highway was shut down yesterday afternoon because all of that sand was blowing across the road. no word on when it will reopen. the wind caused some scary moments a few miles away at harding park golf course. that's because a tree branch fell on to a minivan just before
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4:00 yesterday afternoon. everyone in the car got out okay. and an entire tree fell on east 17th street in oakland. part of that tree knocked out a power line near the san antonio recreation center but electricity has since been restored. yes, it was quite brisk yesterday, lisa. >> we will still have gusty winds at the coast. up to 35 miles an hour. but the winds backing off around the bay and they are switching around a bit. that's going to aid in our warming. sunny skies, temperatures in the low 60s here. we will talk about low 70s for san francisco, 80s come into play this afternoon. i'll tell you where and how warm we are going to get next. >> thank you lisa. also next a tiny chihuahua recovering after an unusual rescue on interstate 680. we will hear from the man who saved the day. and a special day planned for more than 500 courageous kids battling cancer.
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>> this morning rescue efforts are set to resume in hopes of fine throwing men, missing after a speedboat capsized at folsom lake in sacramento county. divers searched until day light left yesterday but were unsuccessful. three men were believed to be aboard before they were thrown into the lake before 2:00 yesterday. >> the judge over access to a san mateo county beach has
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ordered a silicon valley billionaire, neno, to testify when trial resumes in redwood city tomorrow. at issue, a private road that leads to martin's beach, just south of half moon bay. that road is the only way to access the secluded beach by land. it was closed by neno, who owns the property. the suit filed by the foundation claims the venture capitalist did not obtain the proper permits to close the road and argues that's a violation of the california coastal act. two dogs that got loose in an east bay neighborhood and bit man and woman earlier this month will be euthanized. the attacks happened on may 1st in brentwood on hudson drive and nunn street. our media partner "the contra costa times" reports the dogs, a pit bull and a labrador retriever, have been held in quarantine since the attacks. they will be put down tomorrow. authorities say it was the owner's decision to have the dogs euthanized. new details are emerging about a tiny chihuahua rescued
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friday from the median of a bay area freeway. the dog is now in the custody of the the contra costa animal care shelter in martinez. highway patrol officers found her on the concrete median of interstate 680. that was in walnut creek on friday. the man said he tried everything to keep her from running into traffic from using a bag of trail mix to calm her down. >> try to keep her calm so it wouldn't attempt to run from us and be afraid of us, which is why i went to food to see if i could get him on my side. >> edmunds and a fellow officer were successful. they stayed with the dog until animal control arrived. the chihuahua is still fighting, but otherwise in good health. already people are calling with adoption offers. >> animals being rescued in situations like this, they garner a lot of attention, they garner, i call them, overnight celebrity status. this animal, she's certainly a celebrity at this point.
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thinks are waiting to see if the dog's owner comes forward before they put her up for adoption. investigators say they still don't know how the dog got on the median. an 11-year-old south bay boy born with a rare heart condition is on a quest to beat the odds again by getting a black belt. he has been studying mixed martial arts since he was 7 years old. this, despite being born with half a heart and having undergone three open heart surgeries. according to our media partner the contra costa times, he took the test yesterday to see if he qualifies for a first degree black belt. and he will find out the results in about a week. happening today, more than 500 children battling cancer will take a special trip to california's great america for the 25th annual courageous kids day. the kids will take rides at the
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park, have a pick tech lunch and visit with snoop by and other mascots. the event is organized by the american cancer society for children ages 18 and under who have undergone cancer treatment in northern california. today's event runs from eleven to two. and it won't be so windy for those kids today. lisa argen is here now with your accuweather forecast. >> it will still be breezy around the bay but warmer air is working its way into the bay today. it will be windy at the coast. so that is not entirely a different story. but we are looking at a wind shift and there's -- we also have some breezy winds from the upper elevations working down to the surface. but that's transporting the warmer air so it's working in our favor for a better afternoon today if you are away from the coast. still very gusty there. live doppler 7hd it's nice and clear and there is the wind in the city here near the room camera. it has allowed temperatures to climb to about 60 in the past hour. with the breeze we will look for
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the warmer weather but that will be offset in some of the areas where the wind gets channeled and we have the gusts. certainly with 35 mile-an-hour winds later on today, half moon bay even though you will take my bicycle the 60s, it will feel cool. winds here nearly 30 miles an hour from vollmer peak. looking nice and calm out there right now over the bay. 58 in fairfield. but it will be another breezy one with upper 40s santa rosa right now. 49 in the livermore valley. this is where it looks so, so calm from emeryville. here are the forecast highlights. clear and cool, warmer for mother's day. getting warm to very hot by tuesday and wednesday. but even tomorrow we will be touching around 90 in some areas. just getting close. so here's a hook at our radar and satellite composite. we are looking at just a little bit less wind and the wind will be shifting today. so it will be coming out of the northwest. already lighter north winds. but with the breeze along the
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coast it's going to take another day or so for the high to build in and really switch the winds to that offshore component. 10:00 today still 25 miles an hour winds around the bay. look what happens along the coast late today. yep, we are still up to the 35 mile-an-hour and before, point raise, half moon bay. breezy here around livermore and fairfield. but your numbers are going to go into the low 60s. and by tomorrow afternoon look what happens. we have a light offshore flow. so we are looking at temperatures as much as 10 to 15 degrees warmer for your monday. another 10 degrees tuesday. into wednesday maybe even a little more warming where the heat will peek. 10 in yosemite today. we had snow yesterday in the sierra nevada. 58 in lake a tahoe. 65 monterey. temperatures in the south bay ranging from the upper 70s milpitas and sunnyvale, 74 santa cruz, 77 redwood city.
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mid-60s with the gusty winds here along the coast. san francisco 68 in the sunset. downtown 71. and in the north bay low 80s for cloverdale. 79 in napa. vallejo 80. stinson 64 degrees and over here in the east bay, 76 in oakland, as well as hayward. look for 77 berkeley and cost strow valley 58. head inland a few low 80s. northwest winds keeping it enjoyable from pleasanton to brentwood. tuesday and wednesday the offshore flow, mid-and upper 90s inland upper 70s at the beaches. it will be very nice there but still on the warm side and finally cooling off for everyone on friday. we will let you know how warm it will take my bicycle your community. keep track of bay area weather on twitter. if you don't like it midweek, you can just stick around and friday, saturday starting to cool back down? >> yeah, definitely. >> all right, thank you,
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lisa: i can't reach a section of the internet by google. it's called the dark net. there are secret marketplaces you can buy guns drugs stolen credit card numbers and more. it is very difficult for law enforcement to crack. >> seems to be hard for agencies to break into. >> we will show you the positive side of the dark net and hu human rights advocates are using it to expos oppressive government. a special i-team report tomorrow night on abc7 news. up next on the abc7 sunday morning news, giving thanks to mom. the unusual things these kids
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are thankful for on mother's day.
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>> coming up at 7:00 right after our newscast is "good morning america." dan harris is joining us live from new york.
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dan, good morning. a long time no see, buddy. >> i know. carolyn, i've missed you. happy mother's day to you and to everybody in the bay area. this morning we are going to tell you about a mother's day mess of sorts. much of the middle of the country is dealing with serious severe weather featuring meatball and softball size hair that's according to our meteorologist, and even as you see here tornadoes. there is much more to come today, including snow in some spots. we have the full forecast coming up. also history made overnight in the nhl. the drafting of the first openly-gay player michael sam. this could turn out to be a turning point in america. which team made the pick and how sam, how he sell bratted. plus an act of love on this mother's day. story of a boston mom who jumped three stories from her burning apartment building holding her son in her arms. this morning she speaks from her hospital bed about the quick thinking that saved both of
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their lives. and a send-off for one of our own, barbara walters. making a surprise appearance on saturday night live days before she retires after 50 years on the air, much here on abc. barbara showing what a good sport she is and giving some advice to the saturday night live fake news anchors. we have a jam-packed show for you. >> and barbara was going along with the whole deal? >> she went along with a bigger and boulder day than i ever would have predicted. she really leaned into it. it's impressive. >> that's what retirement will do for you. thanks dan. we will see you at 7:00. okay. today children are honoring children children all over. >> thanks, mom. >> thanks, mom. >> for use me as an excuse to get out of social obligations >> for telling me to clean my room even though your room looks
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like a garbage dump. >> for all the lies you tell me, like disneyland was closed this year, the tv is broken! [laughter] >> that video was posted on youtube last week for a woman known for her mom humor. >> up next on the abc7 sunday morning news, residents in eastern ukraine cast ballots on whether to declare sovereignty. why the much anticipated referendum is not considered legitimate by some. >> also from the intersection of medicine and technology. researchers who are learning how to print out a new organ.
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>> welcome back. happy mothers day! we are starting this hour with a look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> take look at the flag here from our roof camera. we are certainly showing the north wind up to 18 miles an hour. but it is a switch. we will have west winds at the coast, northwest winds keeping it windy there, and the northerly winds warming us up this morning into the 06s. it will be a warm and beautiful
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day for mother's day. 48 in san jose. 50 half moon bay, 58 in the city, as well as oakland. hilltop winds up to 28 miles an hour over the east bay hills and mt. tam. that's not going to change but what will change is the warmer air working into the bay. already 13 degrees warmer in napa, 10 degrees warm he by the delta. cooler in san jose and livermore but you will take my bicycle the upper 70s and low 80s in some locations. into the 60s, but you won't feel that mild along the coast because the wind is still quite gusty here. elsewhere upper 70s and 80s coming into play. we will talk about the 90s in a few minutes. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. investigators are trying to determine what caused a small plane to crash in northern arizona, killing one person and injuring five others. that plane carrying french tourists and it crashed while trying to land at an airport in
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page near the utah border. in all seven people were on board when it hit the ground and flipped over in windy conditions. united airlines says a boeing 757 will undergo a thorough inspection after a flight from los angeles to hawaii had to turn back and make an emergency landing. it happened yesterday. united flight 1296 was about 70 minutes into it's journey when the crew reported smoke in the cabin. the plane returned to l.a.x. and passengers were told to put on their oxygen masks and life jackets just in case. two fighter planes escorted the plane back to california. >> the crew was very professional, they took care of everyone and we got back safe and sound. >> well, passengers were then rebooked on another united flight. two of the members of the university of richmond women basketball programs have been identified as the casualties from friday's hot-air balloon in virginia. assistant coach jenne about
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doyle and director of basketball operations in thely lewis were on board that balloon when it struck a power line catching fire. the search for a third person believed to be the pilot will resume this morning. developing news, at least 18 people have died after a wall collapsed at a recycling plant in eastern china. preliminary reports suggest heavy rains may have caused the walls to crush a house for workers in which 40 people were gathered. chinese state media reports three other people were hurt. china's eastern coastal and southern regions have been drenched by heavy rains in recent days. voters have gone to the polls in two regions in eastern ukraine to decide on a referendum declaring sovereignty. the referendums were conducted by pro russian insurgents and they are not regarded as legitimate by the west. it comes as both germany and france are pressuring vladimir putin to to more to calm the situation. in the bay area yesterday
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supporters of peace in ukraine held a unity rally and march across golden gate bridge. it called for an end to violence in the country and in their words stand up against putin. the pentagon said chuck hagel will talk to lawmakers about another round of military cuts despite rejection business -- from congress. coming up on "this week" we will hear more from the defense secretary after the house voted to reject house saving proposals that would have included closing old military bases and retiring aging aircraft. you can catch it right here at 8:00 this morning on "this week." happening today a group of homeless mothers in the bay area will get the royal treatment in san francisco. it's all part of the 20th annual mother's day brunch hosted by the hamilton family shelter. moms will receive makeovers and hairstyling before getting on a cable car and heading to the sir francis drake hotel for brunch
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and a drag queen show. today's event gets underway at 8:30. 5,000 women are gathering in san francisco this week for the annual professional business women of california conference. pbwc was founded by congresswoman jackie spear. morning news anchor eric thomas spoke with her for the "beyond the headlines" show. congresswoman spear wants women and girls push past personal economic and social boundaries to achieve 50-50 representation across all industries. anchor cheryl jennings talking about satellite with keynote speaker huffington, whose new book has important lessons for all of us, starting with our health. >> the more we take care of our own humans, the more effective we will be in our work, the more creative and the more able to get the opportunities we may otherwise miss.
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>> abc7 is proud to be a sponsor. the professional women of california conference is tuesday at moscone center west. for more information you can go to the science of helping people regrow body parts is becoming more real than ever. it was the subject of a conference last week in berkeley. as abc7 news reporter jonathan bloom explains, it's not all about biology. in fact, there's a team engineers working on a way to literally print out new organs. >> the dog in this individual door this video from north carolina state vet school has something new. >> the bone goes on the inside and then the skin gets wrapped around the outside. >> a titanium implant this connects an artificial leg directly to the dog's bone.
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professors are here showing it off at a conference in berkeley. they didn't go out and buy this, they made it on a 3d printer. >> actually purchased one of the first metal-free printers in the world that's called on electronic beam melting machine. >> they are using the machine to print out bones and giants for our furry friends. >> you need a total knee replacement and that and not exist for cats. so we designed this unique implant. >> each implant is one-of-a-kind made for the patient and 3d printing makes them make it out of light, flexible mesh. >> the ben will grow into these measures and fill it in completely and now you have a repair. this will become one with the bone. >> more than just a melding of metal with bone, it's a melding of disciplines. these are engineers attending a conference full of doctors. it could become more doctors. we are problem solvers so we are doctors but we are trained in very different ways. >> they are tackling a new problem, regrowing soft tissue. yes, that's a human ear or will be.
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it's printed out of a rubbery material that stem cells love to grow on with a special 3d printer called a biofilter. >> what you end up after a few months is this organ which is made out of your own cells which is live and functioning. >> it could work for internal organs to fix a damaged windpipe. >> and it can be custom made through the trachea. >> it's already being tested on animals. in berkeley, jonathan bloom abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 news, a music collaboration you do not want to miss. how bay area ballet dancers are getting their swag on. and here's a live look from our sutro cam. showing you the beauty of the golden gate bridge. hang on to the wheel today. it's going to be a breezy ride. lisa argen will have your forecast in just a few. watch abc is now available to bay area dish customers who want to watch abc7 news online or on smartphones and tablets.
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>> young people in san francisco met with perspective employers during the annual youth resource fair yesterday. the event at pier 35 give people ages 16 through 24 the opportunity to meet with hiring companies. >> i like to work every summer and i'm about to graduate. i like to work extra jobs. >> the 800 here we hope to get experience for all of them, but this is just the start and the tip of the iceberg. we will be going all summer. >> the fair is part of the city's program called s. f. summer jobs plus, and the goal is to get 7,000 youth jobs and internships this summer. >> above average temperatures this week, maybe some records might be sought? >> yes, absolutely. above average today in some neighborhoods. they aren't going to get rid of the wind. 48 degrees in san jose. it is sunny. won't be as windy. i'll explain and talk about those possible records when we return.
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>> thank you lisa. also ahead, the a's now have a three-game win streak, but it is took some clutch hitting to beat the nationals. mike shumann has the highlights coming up in sports.
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>> if you go to the ballet next weekend in oakland, you will see something quite different. the new season celebrates the city's diversity, including a dance form created in oakland. >> it originated in oakland back
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in the '90s. this dance style known as turfin. it's now moving from the streets to the stage. we are showing the people that it's relevant. turfin has a point in the whole dancing genre. >> they are collaborating with the oakland ballet as part of their spring season called oaklandesque. >> people get to see the classy side of turfin and the hood side of ballet. >> they have the same coordination and balance that we do as ballet dancers, but they use it in a different way. >> they work a lot with improvising and free styling so it's been fun kind of being stretched and pulled out of our shells a little bit. >> they are good, man. they have always been good. they just don't know their untapped potential. ♪ ♪ >> the unique pairing of sneakers and slippers was the
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mayor jean quan's idea. she saw this dancing with the rain video that's gone viral on youtube and suggested the collaboration with the oakland ballet. >> i'm hoping it will bring a younger audience to the ballet and put an definite oakland mark, not your grandmother's ballet. >> the idea of bringing them into the studio, learning their style, sharing some of our ballet style with them, it has been a joy. ♪ ♪ >> the dancers have been rehearsing for weeks. they are ready for their closeups may 16th and 17th. we have more information on our website. you get out there and try that. >> i was going to ask you if you were getting your groove on. they are fun to watch. >> they are. >> happy mother's day. the winds will still be with us today around the coast. sun is up at 6:03. the setting at 8:09.
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changes today that will allow for warmer air. but not everyone will feel very comfortable, it depends on where you are. here's the wind. san francisco up to 20 miles an hour. higher elevations gusting to 30 miles an hour but san francisco and oakland have warmed in the last couple hours. san jose one of the cooler spots at 48. good morning gilroy 54. hilltop winds, you see the camera shaking here at vollmer peak. nice and sunny out there and temperatures will be above average in some spots today. 53 in napa. you were down to 44 at about 6:00 this morning. so you work a little bit of that north wind down into the valley, and you warm up. but here's a look at that clear atmosphere. northwest winds mixing out any bit of fog that wanted to form. so we are breezy this morning and another breezy day today for mother's day." we will see record heat possible tuesday and wednesday with the winds backing off significantly as soon as tomorrow. so it's all about high pressure
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building offshore and once it gets right overhead we get the sustenance warming. we will look for the breezy northwest winds up to 35 miles an hour or better again today at the post. but you will notice the difference around the bay. 10:00 this morning we still have the breeze. a weak offshore push. that allows for our big time warmup for the next three days. we will get that sea breeze back by then of the week. oakland for tomorrow into the 80s. today upper 70s. the heat will peak on wednesday and then a big drop by the end of the week.
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livermore with temperatures in the 80s and by wednesday getting close to the triple digits but comfortable by friday into next weekend. san jose upper 70s as well for you but with mid-90s coming into play tuesday and wednesday it is going to be a scorcher midweek. we will look for the sea breeze to kick up today. keeping it windy here. 64 half moon bay, 74 san mateo and about 80 in vallejo, morgan hill about 80 degrees. today over in oakland with the breezy windows 70s to the mid-70s for the day game. looks like a nice average. the accuweather seven-day forecast looking at temperatures continuing to climb well above average tomorrow. could see a few heat rise resume in hopes in san francisco by midweek with some very impressive heat. the nights will be cool to start off but by tuesday night into wednesday it will be hot. >> you are using my words, scorcher impressive, does not sound like fun.
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>> i know. we've been through it, right? we will manage. >> let's check out sports this afternoon. the a's will go for the sweep against the nationals in their interleague series. first pitch at the coliseum 1:05. last night the a's needed some late inning heroics to win their third straight game. here's mike shumann with the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. a little baseball top of the order. a's are in first place in the american league west and have a two-game win streak with the nationals in town. journey rocking the national anthem at the coliseum. a's and nets scoreless until top of the third. danny espinosa hammers this pitch. see ya. 1-0. kevin frandsen, line drive. two runners score to put washington up 3-0. a's respond bottom of the third. john jayso, the hit to right searching an area.
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and same score bottom of nine. a's rally, jed loury double and knocked jayso. leury is waved home on this pitch. throw is cutoff, leury scores, tying up the games. bottom of ten, one man on. jaeso rips it to the call. -- to the wall. the outfielder can't get a glove on it. nick punto scores the winning run. what's an a's win without a celebration. he had three hits, including the game winner, 4, the final. giants the two game win streak against the dodgers is over. consistentty baker in the house on old-timers day in l.a. the top two, hunter pence with the sac fly on scott greinke. scores crawford. beats the throw at home. giants go up 1-0. same inning, buster posey slaps one to right field. they dive to stop it. he manages to keep posey from reaching extra bases but brandon hicks scored. dodgers down 2-0. starts the comeback.
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adrian gonzalez hits into a double play. he reaches third. ties the game at two. in the seventh. it was gordon again. a dagger past the leaping panda at third. drew scores. the dodgers first lead of the day. in the eighth, matt kim. a blast. beyond the outstretched arms of hunter pence and the dodgers go on to win it 6-2, your final. the players championship considered a fifth major in golf has the best field in golf this week. seems to be a two-horse race in round with martin and spieth. the shot of the day, stewart second on the par 4 seven. so high the camera loses it. one bounce and in for the eagle. he's six back. john senden in third. three back. 468. and chipped on the rough on nine. gets it to roll into the eagle but they are chasing martin and jordan. but he bogey 18 and even on the day.
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spieth had one birdie. needed this long putt at 18 to stay in. they are coleaders heading into today's final round. that's the way the ball bounces. i'm mike shumann. see you again tonight at 5:00. have a great day. >> up next, the start of the amgen tour california. when some of the world's best bicyclists will be speeding through the bay area. things on purposid you select these things on purpose? not a color found nature. there's nothing wrong with that. i can hear your arteries clogging. ok.
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last night's $80 million power ball draw. no one got all six. you still have a chance. wednesday night's jackpot climbs to $90 million. america's most prestigious cycling event kicks off today in sacramento. the amgen tour of california will begin at the steps of the state capital. cyclists will eventually make their way here into the bay area for stage three. that's tuesday. they will start in san jose at lake cunningham regional park and will finish on top of mt. diablo. the tour wraps up may 18th in thousand oaks in southern california. lisa they need to bring the jumbo water bottles because they will get here in the middle of a heat wave. >> you said tuesday, mt. diablo. holy cow, well into the 90s and that won't be our peak heat. 71 today, win day san francisco. not as windy as yesterday. some 80s out for the east bay valley friends. we will look at numbers near 90
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tomorrow inland. you see we don't cool off until thursday at the coast. >> wow. that is going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. the news continues now online, on twitter facebook and all your mobile device was our new abc7 news app." see you again at 9:00. "good morning america" is up next. happy, happy mother's day everybody!
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good morning, america. new overnight. at least 14 reported tornadoes tear across the country. ripping off a roof at a storage center, damaging a school and pelting areas with golf-ball sized hail. and another round of strong storms on the way for mother's day. who is in line to get hit next? panic at one of the biggest malls in america -- where a gunman terrorized shoppers last november. >> people said they heard loud noises, possibly shots. >> what sent people running for cover this time? tears of joy. michael sam getting the history-making call he's been waiting for. to become the first openly gay player to be drafted in the nfl. what his new teammates a


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