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from the financial district with details. >> this document goes back to 2010. it has been updated several time but never released -- until a uc berkeley professor decided to sue in order to get access to that document. >> reporter: holding a cell phone next to your head or body seems to be a way of life. >> usually i have the phone down next to my body in my pocket or something like that and i will pick it up and hold it like that. >> reporter: but people have long suspected that all of that radiation may cause damage to cells and tissues. >> we have evidence of brain tumors and other head and neck tumors and we also have evidence of sperm damage in males, infertility in females. >> he is with uc berkeley school of public health and took the california department of health to court to force the release of this document -- which says scientific studies suggest long-term cell phone use may increase the risk of brain cancer and other health problems. he said there has been a lot of
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pressure from the wireless industry to keep any kind of negative report on cell phone hidd hidden from the public. >> they have a vested interest in manufacturing confusion and they've done a very good job at it and they suggest use hetset, speaker phone and text more. as we discovered, few people followed those recommendations. >> lay it next to my head, like that. >> are you concerned at all? >> not typically. >> reporter: most people say they would consider adopting those recommendations. >> if there is a concerted message from sources that are trusted -- >> reporter: but part of the reason why the state refused to release the document was because the centers for disease control and prevention insists more research is needed before we know if using cell phones causes health effects. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc 7 news. now updating you on breaking nws we brought you at 4:00, sky 7 shows us the aftermath of a
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fire at the pick and pull auto parts yard on market avenue in rich monday. 15 cars there were going to be crushed were destroyed by the fire. they are still hosing it down. and our camera shows the thick black smoke that was pouring out of the recycling yard just after 4:00 this afternoon. look at that, nobody was hurt though. last year a much larger fire at a different auto parts yard in richmond burned more than 200 cars. a storm of biblical proportions is looming in the california future. the last 200 yard storm hit between 1861 and 1862 creating a huge lake where the valley had been. emergency experts are working on a long-term flood catastrophe plan. they got practice with last month's flood threat at the oroville dam which forced thousands to evacuate. it would help california deal with widespread evacuation and other needs in the event of a megastorm. the state has a set system in place that could be applied to
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all disasters, including a major earthquake. >> we look at what do we need to be able to do. and sometimes that doesn't have to be looked at differently for different scenarios, for example being able to take care of our health -- or help communities take cart of a lot of people in a shelter environment or what we call mass care. we may have to do that for an earthquake or a flood. >> an earthquake catastrophe plan is already in place for the san francisco bay area. [ inaudible ]. no sign of the epic storm outside. we do have a light storm in the forecast this weekend. ranking one on the storm impact scale. abc 7 news meteorologist sandhya patel is in for spencer to explain what we can expect. >> ama, we're seeing more than just rain in the bay area this weekend. let's get to live doppler 7. high clouds are muching in and getting thicker -- are moving in and getting thicker and we are tracking a storm from the gulf of alaska. this system will bring the cold air with it and when it drops
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down here, you will notice the difference. it is going to bring snow down to low levels, about 3000 feet or lower so the highest peaks will see a few inches of snow. cold showers and gusty winds and even a chance of thunder with small hail particularly on snday. here is the hourly timeline. tomorrow morning just spotty showers between 5:00 and 8:00 a.m. so not everyone is dealing with the rain. it is going to be very scattered in nature. at noontime, we continue to see those showers and this storm as you'll notice here, has quite a bit of moisture to work with. so all of this cold, unstable air will take a while to get through. i'll have your hour-by-hour forecast which extends beyond the weekend in terms of rain coming up. >> thank you. an emergency relief operation took place today in monterey county. mary adams tweeted pikes of an airlift to help communities left isolated by landslides near big sur. a helicopter made 11 flights to take fuel, food and supplies to some 450 people living between
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the damaged canyon bridge and a mudslide. limited vehicle access may be restored in ten days. >> it has been a little over a week since the devastation flooding near coyote creek in san jose and ray rear done comes from a position of the city of san ram on and has 25 years in emergency management along the bay area. a spokesperson tells abc news, he was hired just after the floods is coincidental. the last emergency services director left his post last november and there was a national search underway. the assistant city manager served for the city during the flooding. an estimated 2,000 people showed up in concord today to honor the life of in alameda county sheriff's deputy. mike foley died after he was hit by a bus at the santa rita jail before dawn. it was called a tragic accident. he is survived by his wife, adult daughter and son.
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leslie brinkley joins us live with a look at the support the community showed his family today. leslie? >> reporter: it is amazing to see that show of support out here at the concord pavilion. this law enforcement community coming together to pay tribute to fallen deputy mike foley. his family talked about how many lives he's touched and about how much people he might have made feel a bit safer for all of his years of service in this community. there were 1,000 uniformed officers from all across the country here to accompany the hearse to a memorial service at the concord pavilion friday morning. >> it is with deep sadness, he a sense of honor to gather here today and pay tribute and celebrate the life and service of our brother mike. >> 60-year-old deputy mike foley served the community for 38 years with both the concord
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police department and alameda county. as he walked in the santa rita jail parking lot last week he was struck by a bus and later died. >> he was a cops cop. mike was old-school. he became a mentor. >> many said policing was in his dna. his father worked for oakland police, his brother with emeryville and now his son is studying criminal justice. >> if i could follow in his footsteps, and accomplish in my life half of what he accomplished in his, i would be ever grateful to the good lord above. >> and they were tributes to the family man. >> sailing and our fish out in the boat in the ocean and trout fishing at kitty meadows which he loved to do with his family and son. >> following the two-hour memorial, bay area law enforcement helicopters flew in a missing man formation over mt. diablo. >> he was a hero in law enforcement. he is now a hero with the lives of people that he saved through
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being an organ donor. >> reporter: deputy mike foley was then laid to rest in a private service at a lafayette cemetery.lie brinkley. abc 7 news into now the highway patrol has reopened all lanes of 101 in the palo alto area. one lane of southbound 101 at embarcadero was closed since last night when a dump truck hit the north end of the overpass. look at that. the driver dumped a load for a caltrans project and forgot to lower the truck bed. he suffered minor injuries. the impact caused a 27 foot crack in the structure. caltrans crews have been working all day to chip off loose cement. >> we want to make sure we don't have any more loose concrete that could fall and damage a car and injure somebody. >> caltrans will return later to patch up the overpass with fresh cement. a lane will remain closed for some time. berkeley is set to get caught in the middle of dualing political rallies tomorrow. a pro-donald trump rally is
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scheduled in downtown and the same time and place there are reports that a counter rally will happen. jonathan bloom joins us live from berk live. residents are telling you they are really frustrated? >> reporter: yeah, people here are still kind of sore over the last process -- protest that happened a month ago when mile yo yainoplis was scheduled to appear. they say he didn't do enough to stop the protests spiraling out of control and we asked the city what they plan to do about the two events scheduled to happen here tomorrow and both the police department and the mayor referred us to a single city spokesperson who said he's not aware of any events happening here tomorrow and said he wouldn't talk about it on camera. >> i think it is a civil rights issue, that people who support donald trump or support the president have a right to make that known. >> that is why jack plans to participate in a march on saturday. >> if you want to defend your
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liberty and rights, then march on berkeley. >> reporter: a video announced the protest organized by this man. >> my name is rich black -- >> reporter: he is listed as the bay area contact as the march for trump but he said he didn't plan it that way. >> funny enough, i'm not a trump supporter. >> but he believes in free speech when a speech was cancel add mid protests and vandalism. >> i believe it is okay to shut down those aiming to express themselves. >> reporter: the berkeley college republicans brought him to campus but are not affiliated with this event. >> we advise members not to go because it might get dangerous, similar to the milo night. >> and that is why some members want to march. >> and we want to participate in something quite visible and makes known that we're not going to be intimidated by these people. >> reporter: the group by any means necessary is planning a counter protest. >> to say no, hate speech is not free speech. >> reporter: they plan to meet two hours ahead of the march.
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>> we are trying to get as much people out here as possible. >> reporter: both sides insist it won't be a repeat of last time. >> we are working closely with berkeley p.d. for the last three weeks and i think they're going to do a great job tomorrow. >> reporter: except the city spokesperson told us police have not received an application for a demonstration and haven't issued any permits. he refused our repeated requests to speak about it on camera. abc 7 news. cars at the sonoma raceway were not concerned with speed or time. they had a whole different goal in mind and it makes for one of the most unusual car races you'll ever see. at 6:30, what went wrong for this armed jewelry store rober. >> and back then i had to be kept from getting beat up. >> tonight we profile a man who is a fitting final as abc wrap up the mini series event on lgbt activism "when we rise."
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this isn't a typical traffic delay. drivers in kansas had to slow down because of cows running on the freeway. almost a hundred escaped after a big rig rolled over. some were capture and others headed for the hills where it was harder to track them down. and also a little unusual, this race in sonoma county. all we can say is that you will relate closely if you own or drive a preus. and we have joined live from victory lane to explain. >> reporter: hi. and if you don't drive a preus, you would know in general, generally there are two kinds of drivers, slow and slower prius
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drivers, generally. they are not as slow as the ones we watched here today at sonoma raceway. in this venue there is nothing as seductive as the splel of a charged -- the smell of a charged battery. >> don't peel rub wher you leave. >> we won't be able to. >> reporter: if you wondered about the difference between can't and won't, you should join the overflow crowd at sonoma raceway where the need for speed applies applies fingers across keyboards. >> how many g's do you think they'll pull on this race? >> i'll venture .3 maybe. >> the challenge has to be one of the most quiet motor races in the world. organizers tell us this is not about being fast but -- >> efficient. >> they get nine laps, top speed limited to 60 and the slowest might be nine or ten as they crest the hill. it kind of makes you wonder why the drivers are even wearing helmets. it is certainly a bit different from other fable races at sonoma, instead of brawn, think
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brains. where a driver in the city might catch a dozen dirty looks and get 40 miles per gallon, here in identically set-up cars they expected to crack the century barrier that is all about strategy. >> for the comparison and -- >> are we allowed to ask questions. >> automatic sorry. >> the winner crunched around the track at 85 miles per gallon and few of the people competing drive prius in real life so if you own one, imagine what you could do. then again, please don't. in sonoma county, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. [ bell ] >> snap is on a two-day winning streak. the southern california camera and messaging company went public yesterday. at the closing bell it had gained another 10% in value closing at just over $27. snap's ipo price was set at $17 a share on wednesday night.
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today the dow eeked out a win to end the week just over 21,000. the nasdaq also made some gains. the who's who of silicon valley gathered to brainstorm ways to keep the economic engine going strong in the face of growing challenges. tech executives and political leaders met all day in san jose to talk partnerships and trends and concerns. snap's wildly successful ipo yesterday, as we mentioned may have boosted confidence in the valley out look but those from the project warn we need better training of future tech workers. >> i recognize more than ever, it is life long learning and forever learning and an on-demand economy, you better have on-demand education. >> and we also have the traditional challenges of silicon valley, around housing costs and around transportation and congestion. >> one example cited the average silicon valley workers spend 70
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minutes commuting and second only to new york city and another concern a drop in new entrepreneur and venture capital the past few years. today's speakers and participants agreed businesses and policymakers need to work together on the challenges to ensure silicon valley keeps the competitive edge and job opportunities. now your accuweather forecast. >> hi there, everyone. take a look at this beautiful picture right now. it is the after glow of the setting sun from the emeryville camera. we have nice shades and colors thanks to the high clouds which are increasing as you check out live doppler 7. you will notice those clouds just streaming in. they're in advance of our storm system that we are tracking and when you check this picture out, you see that pretty shade of orange there -- those are high clouds made up of ice crystal cs which is giving us the colors. and the temperatures from the low to upper 60s and a few low 70s in gilroy but dropping now. in the low to mid-50s from san francisco to san jose. and a lovely view from the south
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beach camera. mostly clear view except for a few whispy clouds. mid to upper 50s. concord still holding at 60 degrees and from the santa cruz camera you notice clouds are starting to increase. a cold storm arrives this weekend. we're looking at snow over our highest peaks and thunderstorms are possible this weekend. so is it a weekend where it is raining constantly all day long? no. it is a light system. a one on the storm impact scale. saturday and sunday expect cold showers. gusty conditions. especially tomorrow night. snow level down to 3000 feet and there is a chance of thunder and hail primarily on sunday. so hour-by-hour forecast, saturday morning, you see light green there, spotty light showers. 10:00 a.m., still going in the same direction. by noontime, we do see a little more organized activity but it is still light rain until about 3:00. that is when a moderate pocket of rain starts to approach and it becomes really obvious around 5:00 p.m. as that front is going through into 7:00 p.m. with yellows indicating moderate
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rainfall. now as we head into saturday night, the rain will switch over to snow. in mendocino and lake counties and the higher elevations so the snow level is coming down. mt. hamilton, you are seeing snow indicated by the blueish and whiete and the pink is a mi and showers carry on into sunday. it will feel colder. you will notice the difference as we head into sunday afternoon. and going into monday, the showers will still linger. so in terms of your rainfall totals, this is not going to be a big rain-maker. it will bring measurable rain. about a quarter to six-tenths of an inch but not expecting heavy rainfall in the bay area. tomorrow morning expect the temperatures in the 40s. not 30s with the clouds around. and then tomorrow afternoon if you have plans, make sure you have your rain gear with you. temperatures in the mid 50s to low 60s and you'll need the jackets. our seven-day forecast, on both days and monday and weekend plays out like this. breezy and wet on saturday.
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it is cooler. it is down right colder on sunday. we see the potential for some thunderstorms with hail. and snow will be coating the highest peaks, mt. tam, mt. diablo. and 1 on the storm impact scale and still come and then we start the warming trend tuesday through friday with the 70s appearing in the inland valleys to spring like warmth is coming back but until then the weekend is all >> download the abc 7 news app to help you keep track of the storm. >> my little league wants me to talk to you more. >> she's just the messenger. >> that is right. ask and you shall receive. >> getting across the bay just got a little bit easier. >> you can watch the warriors this weekend. golden state will take on the knicks sunday in new york. tipoff is at 12:30. >> and then stay tuned for after the game with larry beil and adonal foyle and mike shumann will have
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hailing rides in case they were part of a sting operation. it was used in boston, las vegas and other foreign cities. uber went as far as tracking phones and bought -- and that brought electronics stores in case they were used during police stings. today they acknowledged use of the gray ball program. today the nintendo switch went on sale, could be docked and played through a tv or played handheld. it is making the switch the only nintendo living room device, it $300. >> and ferry service is expanding, just about a month after it started. as of march 1st, guideline offers commute ferry service on all week days. the company said they are expanding because of high demand. abc 7 news was there in late january when the company started service on just thursdays and fridays. their boats include full wi-fi and tv and beverage service. they only hold 40 people, 10% of the capacity of larger ferries.
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tickets cost $8 per trip and they are making it easier to get to the berkeley marina, including by bus and bike. grab and go was the goal of a jewelry store robber but this crime didn't go as planned. we'll explain two problems with the crime next. and meet the family pushing for a state law that would make it a crime to post a tax and post it online. >> hear the voices of people who have died. >> the aids epidemic has claimed millions of lives and there are more than a million survivors. tonight meet the man who didn't think he would live to see the history he's created. the final episode of "when we rise" about the lgbt rights
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he came in with a gun and hammer but left with nothing. now police need your help to catch this attempted jewelry thief before he strikes again. the frightening moments inside of the san francisco chinatown jewelry store were captured on surveillance camera. >> it was robbed a month ago but police are now asking for the public help.
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melanie woodrow explains why people were able to get such clear pictures of the robber even though he was wearing a mask. >> reporter: the suspect entered violently, pushing down a female employee. police say he is armed with a gun and hammer. >> he is waiving the gun around and orders the other employees around when he takes things from the display cases. >> he smashes display cases but he left his mark for all to see. san francisco police are showing the photos of the suspect without his mask on or hood up. >> san francisco it is very likely that will you be caught on camera, not just from the store you may have committed a crime in but other neighborhood stores or other businesses. >> they are asking anyone who recognizes him to call police. >> the main concern for the department is to find out who this person is, because it is a very violent attack. >> that ended without anyone seriously injured. in san francisco, melanie
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woodrow, abc 7 news. new at 6:00, the alameda county medical examiner confirms that all 36 victims in last year's ghost ship warehouse fire died of smoke inhalation. the burns or other fire related injuries did not cause deaths. the vikes were unable to get out of the burning building where there was a party in several illegal living spaces. investigators have not announced what caused the fire officially. today in southern california services were held for keith boyer. he was a 27 year veteran of the force and close to retirement. two weeks ago he was responding to a crash involving a stolen vehicle when the driver opened fire. he died and another officer was wounded. the shooter suspected of killing his own cousin hours before the crash now faces two murder charges. the view of what is left of the old bay bridge has been changing before our eyes. let's take a live look at the bridge's eastern span from our
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emeryville tower camera. dem og demolition is ahead of schedule. only one truss is still visible. two more span segments out of view are set to be demolishes and that will happen quickly, the end of march or early april. >> and it is a very sentimental time for us. >> i grew up here, so it is something that i always remember. but i like the new bridge, too. >> here is time lapse video of the process, lowering the old truss by crane on to the barge. the concrete marine foundations will be demolished this fall. the implosion took place last october. trump is through the first 100 days in office and it is being overshadowed about meetings between campaign advisers an the russian ambassador. now democrats and republicans are battling it out. the president tweeted this 14-year-old photo of senator chuck schumer sharing coffee with vladimir putin writing,
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quote, we should start an immediate investigation into schumer and his ties to russia and putin. a total hypocrite. the senator responded he is happy to talk about his contact with mr. putin, the barbs are heated as they demand the resignation of jeff sessions who some believed perjured himself when he said he had no communications with the russians. senator said he did meet twice with the russian ambassador during the campaign, did he not lie because it was not a campaign meeting. a congressman from mexico climbed the border fence near tia wanna to prove a point. the congressman tweeted video of pictures of himself sitting on top of a 30 foot fence. he said it shows that it is, quote, a necessary and totally absurd to build a wall. the father of a teenager is pushing to create a california law in honor of his son, named jordan's law, it would be a crime to post violent attacks on
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social media. we explain why this family has a personal reason to see this law passed. >> sucker punching a student who he didn't know. the victim suffering multiplene hearing loss in the december attack. eyewitness news showing community out raj at the ban for an end to bullying. but an assembly member said the video tape punch is a shocking absurd violent attack of filming and sharing on social media. >> we know the attack on jordan happened among two friends, i believe a boyfriend and girlfriend that had conspired together to do this crime to put on social media. this is not an isolated incident. throughout the community and across the country we're seeing an uptick in these type of cases. >> while still recovering, jordan is still trying to come to terms with the senselessness of randomly being attacked. >> why? almost, i didn't know him so why would he do this to me? i'm not saying it should happen
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to anybody, but out of everybody, why would it happen to me. >> reporter: the victim at his high school el camino real for his news conference and said is in disbelief that even though the person who attacked him is facing charges, the person who filled it is not. the bill would criminalize those conspiring to video tape a violent crime. >> they are conspiring to tape it and to upload it on to social media and that is wrong. to me this is no different than someone driving a getaway car in a bank robbery. >> recording violence and sharing it has to stop. and that is why i'm standing here today. >> reporter: lawyer mark burgman said there are ways to prove someone is working with an attacker to video tape a violent crime. >> people overhearing a conversation or text messages or e-mail. >> reporter: the assembly member hopes to have the bill on the governor's desk signed giving the law teeth before the end of the year.
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leo stallworth, abc 7 news into happening now, the start of national day of unplugging, starting at sunset on the first friday in march. it is to challenge people to keep devices unused for an entire 24 hours to use the time to connect with family and friends instead of texting them, you could sit down with people face-to-face and talk. well, the sun has just about set. but you could see just the remains of what is left of a beautiful day. gorgeous orange there. lingering from this beautiful mt. tam camera. sandy is tracking this weekend's storm, though. let's put it this way -- rain. she'll have an updated forecast in ten minutes. ♪ [ singing ] >> from hawaii to san francisco, find out
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it was a celebration of all things irish in san francisco. the mayor raised the irish flag at city hall. the ceremony kicks off a week of irish activity in the city by the bay. abc 7 will provide live coverage of the 166th saint patricks day parade next saturday at 10:00.
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a real live disney princess was in san francisco to support the release of the movie moana. ♪ [ singing ] >> just love that song. 16-year-old ali was the last person -- the very last person to audition for the lead role in the film from walt disney and she performed the song "how far i will go" from the movie at last week's academy awards and kept her cool when she was bumped in the head with a flag on stage. >> it happened the day before in the dress rehearsal. it was a double-whammy. >> you were prepared. >> sort of. the guy is forever holding his peace. >> so far the movie has grossed more than $550 million worldwide. disney is the parent company of abc 7. well tonight, abc's fo
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celebrity apprentice and blamed donald trump for low ratings. people were boycotting the show because trump was still a producer. it appeared in january to a 22% drop in ratings. tonight abc will air the finale to the gay rights mini series "when we rise" in many ways the man you are about to meet completes the story. the first openly hiv person to serve on the board of supervisors. reggie aqui introduces us to the activist who never thought he would survive to see the history he's making. >> two gay married men with their middle school age daughter. the person most surprised by the scenario is standing right in front of me. >> i thought for sure i was going to die. >> reporter: when the mayor appointed jeff sheehy on the board of supervisors, he became the first openly hiv bodive man in that position. if t was a long move to city
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hall that started in texas. >> back then i had to be kept from getting beat up. >> as a young man, he watched aids kill his friends. 1700 miles away, in san francisco, another young man saw a virus wipe out just about everyone he knew. >> we must make it known -- write their names -- >> reporter: the mini series "when we rise "introduced us to cleave jones as he created his signature project, the aids memorial quilt. sheehy's mark on the movement didn't make the mini series but it is certainly shaking up corporate america. [ chanting ] >> in the '90, he led a boycott against united airlines after it and other carriers sued the city over domestic partner benefits. >> but we won, in '99 we won. the law was upheld. >> a major political victory. but all around, reminding of so much loss like the ward 86, that opened in 1983 as the first
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dedicated aids care facility. >> when you see ward 86 now, the purpose has changed so much over just a few years. >> it is dramatic. the first people who came here were basically starting down to the road to dying. >> i hear the voices of people who have died. i hear the voices of my friends who have died. >> reporter: which is what make this is day so remarkable. the same aids ward that saw a generation of young men come in and never leave, celebrates the opening of one of the nation's first geriatric aids centers. >> i may be old, but old is not dead. [ laughter ] >> reporter: 60% of peeople living with hir in san francisco are now older than 60, including sheehy and the man cleave jones. both after all of these years in the same room, still leading the charge. both with a same question.
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>> we were this young generation that recognized that the real strength comes in all being together. the marching means something. the personal contacts mean something. the building a community of resistance means something. >> and we shall be the strongest, most gentle people on this earth. >> reporter: supervisor jeff sheehy survived and got the job, the husband, and the daughter. he's waiting for someone else now, the next jeff, the next cleve. when will they rise? reggie aqui, abc 7 news. and you can watch the last episode of the abc mini series "when we rise" tonight at 9:00 on abc 7 followed by the abc 7 news at 11:00. well bay area is a beautiful place and abc 7 news viewers cotinue to prove that. >> craig posted this shot of lake tahoe today. wow! look at those colors. the picture has the #abc 7 which
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helped us find it and feature it on tv. sandhya is back with an update on our forecast. we're getting big-time snow in the sierra. let me show you live doppler 7. a storm system is producing rain and snow up in north america. we have a couple of concerns, a flood warning for lake count until monday a flash flood watch for solano county and the concern is still the levies. and on the storm impact scale, a one for the weekend. cold showers and gusty winds, snow level down to 3000 and that means the peaks will be covered with white. chance of thunder and hail. your hour by four forecast, spotty and light showers tomorrow morning, not an organized system. seeing waves of cold showers da afternoon and evening going into sunday and in the mountains, this turns into snow. winter storm warning 4:00 p.m. tomorrow to 4:00 monday. three feet over the passes. look at that -- 8 to 14 inches above 3000 feet.
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so low snow levels and it will add up for the resorts, if you are going up skiing, it is nice-looking weather. here in the bay area, carry the umbrellas and have your jackets. 50s and 60s, cooler day tomorrow. accuweather seven-day forecast, one on the storm impact scale for the weekend and monday we dry it out and bump up the temperatures and it is warm next week. >> thanks, sandhya. >> and we are here with sports. somebody has to be raining threes again. >> i think the warriors are still confident. after two years, the question, are the warriors in a slump and what they have
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you can blame it on tired legs from a grueling road trip or the loss of kevin durant but there is no denying the warriors are struggling. they are 20 of 87 from three-point land in the last three games and the brothers, they have gone ice cold, stef youry is 4 for 31 from deep and that is 12.9% and the worst stretch of his entire career. how about klay thompson, not much better, 7 for p33, as a result they lose two games in a
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row for the first time in two years. >> it sucks to lose but you have to keep pushing. you have 21 games left to lock up that win so there is bigger goals than that streak, even though we would like to keep to going. >> the only way -- our slump, if you want to call it that, is the shoot. and neither one of them will stop shooting that we'll be just fine. >> a shooter has to shoot. cal trying to knock off oregon state in the pac-12 women's tourney. weis, the friendly bounce and trying to keep them in it. with 26 points as the blairs climb to within single-digits several times but weis just too much. she gets the and one and also had 26. one off her career high. the bears loose 65-49 and now must wait until selection sunday to see if they make the big dance into well colin kaepernick is ready to test the free agent market. he's officially opted out of the
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contract with the 49ers according to espn. the team is evaluating kaepernick and other available options in free agency when the new nfl year begins, the niners will not have a single quarterback on the roster. i bet someone wishes they had spell check. check this out. mccaffrey, misspelled on his jersey. it is supposed to be r.e.y. so maybe he has a point about being underestimated but there is no underestimating his school. running a 4.48 in the 40, fourth over all. he also impressed in the skills portion and nfl broadcasters raving about his footwork and ability to stop and start on a dime and his route returning in the -- running in the passing game and no doubt he turned the heads of coaches and the quarterbacks are on the field tomorrow. and now to the diamond. johnny cueto is expected to arrive in camp and miss the first round of the world baseball classic and around ford
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will skip the wbc. they met in mesa, arizona. starting 3-0. and jarrod parker and mack willanson going down swinging in the seventh and then the a's break it open in the bottom of the inning. and with the first ever spring training home run and a's win it 6-1, the fourth win in five games. they like what they see so far from the swinging a's. >> we say it every year, but we truly have a really good group of people in this clubhouse. and i think that is something we're coming together as a team really well and we feel confident and it is an exciting group because we have such a young core of starting pitching. and yet we have this veteran bull pen and lineup to accompany that. >> the san jose earthquakes begin the 2017 season tomorrow when they host the montreal impact after missing the playoffs in each of the last four seasons. san jose brought in several
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players from europe in the hopes of getting back to the post-season. >> it is great. such a great class and i think that we have some great technical ability and it is nice to have them. >> actually now, in a few weeks, it is a [ inaudible ] and very well organized and everybody with big dreams so it is nice to be here. >> and that season opener kicks off tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. in san jose. that is a look at sports. >> thank you. join us tonight at 9:00 on cofi tv 20. >> a tech firm is getting a boost to young women wanting to get into compute science. it is offering housing and groceries. >> and the fear of deportation is growing with i.c.e. raids. how migrants can find help from strangers. and coming up tonight on abc 7 at 8:00, it is shark tank and then at 9:00, the final part of the mini series "when we rise"
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followed by abc 7 news at 11:00. >> and we'll have the -- i'll say it, mccaffy would have looked good in gold and blue. >> he's looking good. >> [ inaudible ] because i'm wearing a red tie. >> that will do it for this edition of abc 7 news. look for breaking news on twitter at abc news bay area. >> i'm ama daetz. >> and i'm kristen zse. thanks for joining
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this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants -- a grant writer from broken arrow, oklahoma... an actuary from chicago, illinois... and our returning champion, a research editor from brooklyn, new york... ...whose 3-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you, johnny. hi, folks. something strange has been happening on "jeopardy!" this week that i have absolutely no explanation for. on three of our four shows,
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we've had only two players make it into the final round. so my advice to jeff, trish, and rob today is don't mess up. [ laughter ] i want all three of you here at the end of the program. let's go to work. here are the categories for the jeopardy! round... and yes, you have to spell the correct response. followed by... y-o-u, those letters coming up in each correct response. presidential homes comes next. then... followed by... and the... champ, off you go. let's go with the best day of my life, $200. while in iceland, i finally saw this phenomenon. jeff. what are the northern lights? yes. a song of "you" for $200, please.

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