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live where you live, this is abc7 news. >> i am living in the house where i was born. i cannot afford to move. jay now at 11:00, a lombart street showdown. angry neighbors fed up with tourists clogging the famed street and are demanding relief. >> it is not disneyland. it is a residential neighborhood. >> good evening. i'm kristen sze in for ama daetz. >> dan: i'm dan ashley. residents in san francisco sounded off in a community meeting focused on solving the problem of congestion in and around the crooked part of lombard street. >> lisa amin gulezian joins us now. >> reporter: people are upset. the foot and car traffic has been going on for years and it is getting worse. those at tonight's meeting want officials to know how frustrated they are. it was supposed to be an
informal open house for those living on the crooked street. it turned into much more. >> it is a small catastrophe. every week and and every three-day weekend. >> reporter: they thought they were just answering questions and handing out surveys about how best to relieve tourist questions. some require a toll for drivers using the street and hire more parking control officers or make crooked street for pedestrians only. some want staffers to remember many were here first. >> people who say those people onrush sheen hill if -- 0 russian hill if they didn't know what they were getting into, they would have move. 60 years ago my mother did not know what she was getting into. >> reporter: it is not hard to see the problems. 16,000 people visit crooked
street every day. some are loud and incon dash darr inconsiderate and some don't see a problem. >> people should expect to get tourists in these places. >> reporter: they will analyze residents feedback and make a recommendation at the end of the year. in san francisco, lisa amin do lesion, abc7 news. >> dan: freedom may be hours away for the woman at the center of a sex scandal involving local law enforcement is set to appear in a florida courtroom tomorrow morning. >> she is expected to formally accept a plea deal after being arrested for biting a security guard. >> her release would free her up to return her to the bay area and testify against officers facing charges for their involvement in a wide ranging sex scandal. >> melanie wad row is live where officers are facing the
fallout. melanie? >> reporter: according to his attorney at least one officer is facing severe discipline and more notices could be issued this week. in a five-page letter to officials they say the department investigated 11 current and former officers regarding their involvement with the woman who calls herself celeste guap. the chief said the engagements were noncriminal. it varies from termination of employment to reprimand and counseling. the chief said the investigation exonerated or eliminated some of the 11 officers. a break down of discipline actions and for how many officers was not released. richmond's mayor said he asked for it. >> we will get the same level of information the mayor gave regarding the oakland officers. it is important to get all they can. >> reporter: he represents some of the officers. >> some of the officers are
calling their lawyers saying what is happening to me. >> reporter: so far only one richmond police officer has received a notice of intent to discipline. he called the discipline severe. >> anything from a 30-day suspension up to termination. >> reporter: tomorrow in florida guap is expected to accept a plea deal in exchange 4thof july -- in exchanging for a reduced charge. in a letter chief brown said representations we sent this teenage witness away or had her removed to florida distort reality. abc7 news. >> dan: new tonight oakland police accidentally deleted a large portion of its body camera videos. the chronicle reports 25% of all video clips were deleted in october of 2014. it came to light during a murder trial now underway. police say it happened when the city employees in stalled a software upgrade. an employee reportedly clicked the wrong button. it is unclear if the missing
video will affect any on going cases or trials m. >> dan: an officer fired shots at a suspect is. they were above plymouth lane and hillcrest avenue where they spotted a stolen car after being hit with the car the officer fired several shots that did not hit the suspect. police arrested 27-year-old ryan carrie after a brief struggle. he has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon on an officer. several people were forced from their homes after a fire. it happened at the broadway plaza apartments. firefighters put out the flames in just 20 minutes, but it had already destroyed two units and damaged four others. one firefighter sprained an ankle during the response and no one else was hurt. a misfired cannon injured a student. he had cuts to his hand and injured his thumb. the cannon was a homemade
project that the student was testing as part of a sports leadership program it suddenly went off and the bleeding stopped before it was taken to the hospital. >> dan: a woman accused of a dui crash had a previous dui arrest. she is the wife of an alameda county deputy. she also feasted child endanger -- she also faced child endangerment charges for having her 10-year-old in the car. they said she was under the influence of a drug when her suv slammed into the back of another vehicle. 3-year-old elijah dunn died in that crash. his grandfather said he should not have been on the road in the first place. >> this is ridiculous. something has to be done. if they don't do something this time, something is wrong with our judicial system. >> his license was scheduled
to be suspended in july when they scheduled a hearing that postponed the suspension until next month. the search is continuing for the man who attacked an elderly woman in her own home twice. the 89-year-old woman was discovered last night inside her home on north cragmont. katie is live at the santa clary raw county sheriff's office with the story. katie? >> detectives are trying to identify the two men. she was able to talk with detectives, but she was not able to give a detailed description of the suspects. >> she is the sweetest lady i have known. >> fl on -- flo douglas was quick with a waive and a hello. now she is in intensive care. >> if you are going to rob somebody, rob them. don't beat them up, especially somebody as helpless as -- as
that. >> reporter: the sheriff's office said two men broke into douglas' home where she lived alone since her husband died. investigators say they beat her, robbed her, left for a short time and then came back and beat her again. >> it seems like they were just tearing through the house and trying to find anything of value. the reason they took jewelry from her was looking for anything of value and then ended up stealing her car. >> reporter: she was severely injured and couldn't call for help. her neighbor found her and called police. >> she is an amazing lady. >> reporter: fingerprints may be critical to tracking down the two men. abc7 news. >> dan: coming up at 11:00, a driver uses a car to take down three police officers. watch what happened there. tonight, we are learning what happened after the attack. >> and the new skimmer scare that has the secret service issuing an alert to banks across the country tonight.
>> if we could go back to the air pods for a moment. that was a big deal. >> dan: only on abc7 news, apple's ceo tim cook addresses customers fears on the new iphone that has no headphone jack. >> i am sandhya patel. not too hot and not too cold today. it was just right. you may not feel that way later this week. i'll explain coming up. >> first here is a look at what is coming up on jimmy chem medical -- on "jimmy kimmel live." >> here is a free sample of our show tonight. >> what kind of coach are you? are you a mcscream me? >> i will tell your sons to spread that
>> dan: tonight a man in phoenix is accuse -- accused of putting his foot on the gas and driving right into police. >> lauren lister has a look. >> reporter: a stunning attack on police caught on camera. watch as this marine car plows into a group of three officerses sending one of them flying eight feet into the air. phoenix pd calling it unprovoked and intentional. >> they are in uniform. they are in a lit area. they are right next to a police car. we are confident that this an intentional act. >> reporter: a sergeant has a broken leg and another dives out of the way and a 33-year-old goes flying. he is thrown into the front of the convenience store. >> unbelievable the officer that hits the glass gets back
up and engages in a fight to take on the suspect. >> reporter: the suspect struggles with the officers before he is taken into custody. 44-year-old mark lequan pain is now facing charges of murder and aggravated assault. his alleged movements leading up to the attack documented. about 1:45 he stops at a gas pump and headlights aimed at the cops and then moves to a parking spot and turning his car off and sitting for minutes. just before 2:00 a.m. he accelerates straight into the cops. this phoenix official linking it to other attacks. >> i have seen a lot of things, but i have never seen so many senseless acts targeting law enforcement. >> police are searching for a motive and they say the one thrown into the air just graduated from the academy. he scruze graduated -- just
graduated. cyber thieves have come up with a way to steal your financial information. they are warning banks and atm owners about a new skimming device of the security expert brian krebbs says the periscope skimmer can store up to 32,000 must bees. two cases have been reported and so far none in california. >> dan: we learned that hillary clinton will be back on the campaign trail on thursday. the candidate appeared to nearly collapse at a 9/11 event on sunday. her doctor said she had pneumonia. it forced her to miss an event. the attorney general said they will investigate the trump foundation. this after trump spent the charity's money on himself and used other people owes donations to make it look like he was contributing. in a response trump called the
new york attorney general a partisan hack. only on abc7 news, apple's ceo tim cook is talking exclusively about the new iphone and its controversial wireless ear buds. cook sat down with robin roberts. she asked him about fears that people will lose the new headphones or they will fall out while you wear them. >> i have been wearing them for awhile and because they don't have wires on them, the wires tend to help the ear bud to fall out because it applies weight on those. >> cook says he used the headphones while on the treadmill and dancing and they have yet to fall out. you can watch the tim cook interview tomorrow. gma starts at 7:00 a.m. after abc mornings. >> dan: on to the weather forecast. it is going to heat up. >> what do you think, sandhya? >> sandhya: absolutely it will. the last couple days we had
cooler than average conditions. we will go up as much as 20 degrees. get ready for the heat. >> we are using dan's pool. >> sandhya: that's right. we will go over to dan's house. here is a look at a time lapse. it is incredible. there were a few whispy clouds left. a cold system is long gone and here is what you have to look forward to. live doppler 7hd is showing you a lack of fog here. we have a couple of clouds around and that's it. from the south beach camera we are looking at at&t park and the visibility is terrific. 61 in san francisco and it is mild in san jose. 62 degrees. it is cooling in half moon bay. 55. looking at a sparkling san francisco mid50s from santa rosa to novato. a live look from the emeryville camera as we look toward the eastern span of the bay bridge.
manically clear and cool in the morning. sunny and milder tomorrow afternoon and it is heating up inland friday through early next week. i want to give you a little preview. if you are making plans for the upcoming weekend near average on friday. low 60s to low 90s. we will bump you up to the mid-nineties inland. we will have the summer microclimates back into the picture. here is a look at the hour by hour forecast. patchy fog tomorrow morning. the temperatures in the 50s, but by 7:00 a.m. it will be crisp and cool. 40s showing up. you are probably feeling it in the air. it is cool and your skin is dryer and you need the extra lotion. it will be milder at 11:00 a.m. so when you get going tomorrow morning don't forget the extra layer. it will start off cool, upper 40s to mid50s. as you look at your highs, just like today where the temperatures went up, even though it was in the mid60s to mid70s we will continue to warm up. inland areas are mild upper 70s to low 80s along the coast. low to mid60s and everyone will see the sun.
giants take on the padres and it is a day game tomorrow. bright and sunny. uv index is running high so make sure you have your sunscreen. as the game gets underway, if you are going to the sonoma raceway for the go pro grand prix here is an early preview. midto upper 80s as far as the weather is concerned. the morning will start out in the 50s, but in the afternoon it is in the 80s. here is a look at the seven-day forecast. it is a milder day for your wednesday. the hot weather has been enjoying it because it is not going to last. thursday upper 80s friday through really early next week. low to mid-nineties inland. temperatures at the beaches low to mid60s at the bay. 70s and 80s and that's what we're used to. we are 9 days away from fall and anytime you want to track the weather and the temperatures and the changes, download our abc7 news app. you both know how well it works. >> dan: fabulous. >> and it is changing so much right now.
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and make sure to see the twilight zone tower of terror before it's final check out. "trick or treat." >> abc7 sports is brought to you by riverwalk casino. >> the giants had a chance to gain a game to the dodgers. this closure by committee is not working. a three-run lead going into the 19th and the padres -- into the 9th and the padres take two games. the padres up 1-0 in the third. a double and scores joe panic and that ties the game at one. the first pitch in the fifth. angel pagan and see ya.
takes care of the tie and his 11th of the year. he is looking for it and he got it, 2-1 giants. hernandez crushes this one into the left field bleachers. it is 4-1g-men. top of neen and a three -- top of 9 and a three-run lead. walks in a run and the potential game ending ball. bounces off his glove. the giants get one. a run scores and it is 4-3. he had two outs and two strikes. see ya. that's a three-run homer. a five-run night. 6-4 your feeble and the -- 6-4 your final and a half game up on the wild card. the a's at the royals and top five crushed davis at it again. chris davis' 37th homer of the year. that's the most for an a in 10 years and it floats. what a year he is having for
the rookie. still top of eight. the a's have a 4-3 lead. they hang on to wean it and the second straight win over the royals if kansas city. the niners set a record with their eighth straight win on monday night football and had their first shutout in the history of the team. the l.a. rams too it on the chin. he threw for 170 yards and one touchdown. he managed the game which is what quarterbacks do these days. he had a few balls that could have been pecked off. he did a nice job running the ball also. his confidence will grow with each game. chip kelly thought he was a little tentative. >> we have all of the confidence in the world. he threw for the touchdown. he ripped that one in there and he had big plays and we needed to get things generated. it is the first game in our system and underring what he is doing, first real live
game. there are positives we can build upon. >> this abc7 sports report is brought to you by riverwalk casino. kristen, don't hurt me. i am just a messenger. she is screaming at the highligts. >> dan: not happy. she is our beggest giants fan. biggest giants fan. >> can you close? she's speechless. you'll never see that. >> i have nothing to say. abc7 news continues now on-line, on twitter, facebook and all your mobile devices with our abc7 news app.
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