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let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. >> it's saturday, april 29th. good morning, thanks, so much for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. it is shaping up to be a beautiful day. here's meteorologist lisa argent, she is tracking live doppler 7. >> chris, good morning to you. we are looking at clear conditions out there. that's why it's so quiet on doppler 7. there are clouds to the north. that's where they will stay. we have original high pressure protecting us and from our tower camera, can you see how nice and common it is out there. mid-60s, upper 60s in oakland.
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we still have cool conditions from gilroy to santa rosa. sfo looking at clear conditions with upper 50s in florida and about 58 in concord. so here's your forecast throughout the day today. we look at numbers climb into the 60s by noontime. we are close to 70 degrees. the afternoon highs warm into the mid-80s inland. on the peninsula, all northbound lanes are back opened in san mateo and 101 after a confrontation with chp and a man. northbound 101 was shut down for more than six hours. >> reporter: this is a complication with an armed suspect with a firearm. sky 7 overhead moment afc the freeway shooting unfolded on the peninsula. a suspect's gun lying on the side of highway 101. the same gun chp says he
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confronted officers with. the officers are all okay. >> reporter: a witness shared this cell phone video seconds before the shooting and a picture of officers raising their weapons at the suspect. authorities can't say what prompted the man to point his gun at officers. but chp logs indicate there may have been a collision on the freeway involving the suspect's plaque toyota pickup truck and another vehicle. sean ferry saw the truck near the hill dale boulevard exit while he was struck in commute traffic. >> on the shoulder right next to me, a pickup truck drove by at about 40 miles an hour. they were even on the side far enough to kick up a lot of dust. >> the man stopped on the shoulder and got oust of his truck. police not far behind. it brought the afternoon commute on highway 101 northbound to a screeching halt t. freeway shut down for hours for the police investigation.
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abc 7 news. in the east bay, investigation continues after a big rig trailer burned on i-680 in martinez. officers said flames shot out before the trailer pulled over. crews had a hard time getting to the source of the trailer. they were able to keep it from spreading. the time is 8:o 3. we are learning new details this morning about the woman shot and killed in a walnut creek park. colleagues identified the victim and the man suspected of killing her is now in custody after a 19-hour swat standoff. abc 7 news reporter katie eunice has the details. >> reporter: tear gas ends a 19-hour standoff in martinez t. man seen here suspected of killing a woman as she walked near the landz say wild life experience. it happened in walnut creek around 1:30 in the afternoon. >> i we heard what sounded to me like a backfire.
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we were around a park and a church. >> reporter: the 38-year-old ran from 1st avenue where his neighbors saw him cut through an empty lot trying to get home. >> then i guess the neighbor, you know, asked, hey, what's going on? h said, oh, hi, i'm trying to get to safety from my crazy ex-wife. >> reporter: the victim is 47-year-old roselyn caro carpio. her linked in profile appears to be altered. it calls her a cheating whore. a representative confirms she worked there in the past and co-workers recall foregentle and quiet spirit. police say the suspect was high and armed with guns and knives before they arrested him. >> we are here to preserve everybody's life, we want to get him in custody with no one injured or hurt. >> reporter: he was taken to hospital for treatment before being booked if jail.
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>> new this morning, a belmont police are warning residents about burglars, who rummage through more than a dozen cars thursday night. police say fine cars were forced opened in the central neighborhood near alameda. officers say laptops from two cars were taevenlt police are asking residents who have security cameras to check them for possible images of a suspect. bart police have issued arrest warrants in connection with that takeover robbery of a train at the coliseum station. they've already arrested one minor thanks, to under surveillance video. on saturday, 40 to 60 teenagers rushed on to a train of stoled phones and purses and assaulted passengers. the time now is 8:o 5. bart officials are trying to figure out why a fuse blue on a brand-new train car yesterday. it caused major delays t. train was going for overnight testing at the lake merritt station when it failed. hang now, here's a live picture at sfo, where crews are working to physical and upgrade
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the second longest runway at the airport. it may cause long delays this weekend. already the faa is is reporting flights are arriving an average of one hour. work will continue nearly every weekend through mid-june, now to aun coulter's latest california appearance. the political competenttator spoke in modesto last night. both supporters and protesters were there to greet her. abc 7 news reporter, katy marzulo has reaction from the central valley. >> reporter: there is cell phone video of aun coulter speaking at a republican fundraiser in modesto. nick long said he was curious to hear what she had to say. >> a lot of mil immigration. >> reporter: mike dunbar is the editorial page editor at the modesto beat. he said should coulter showed no love for california. >> she doesn't like our positions, nor does she like our governor or our senators.
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>> reporter: throughout the events, supporters and protestors stood side-by-side outside the venue. >> nobody was yelling at anybody, she's just stirred up a bunch of mess. >> i believe unless we stand up, conservative voice is not going to have that vase any longer. >> reporter: both sides are right about one thing preserving free speech. >> we're worried about the first amendment. >> i respect and support her right to say what she wants to say. >> reporter: the stanislaw county gop paid her $25,000. executive director janet keating says she was not deterred. >> berkeley has nothing to do with us. there is a private fundraiser we have been planning since november of 2016. >> reporter: she believes it was the controversy that spurred attendance here to more than 600 people. new details on a huge landslide
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in mendocino county. one lane of highway 101 is reopened after this massive slide. it started with a few rocks falling then the whole hill just goes. leg et is about halfway between ukaya and eureka. it's a critical artery between this part of mendcy no county. this morning, oakland's proposed few budget is out. it could bring major changes if approved. it approves the skwun u gun spotter protection program. 12 more fire inspectors would be hired in response to the deadly ghostship fire. more than 1,100 blocks of damages city streets would be fixed. to see the full proposal, go to our abc 7 news app or our meteorologist is here. you probably view the sunshine and warmth. i can't tell you how excited i am for it. >> i know, it's getting warm
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already, though, 67 in oakland. it's 8:00 in the morning. we have temperatures cooler than that. we are running everyone warmer than we were yesterday at this time. look at all the sunshine the golden gate bathes in it. it's 62 in livermore. so today is not the warmest day. we have several more warm days. if you like it cooler, we got that in the forecast, too. that's all coming up. also ahead, pick your protests. it all happened on monday. it's a traditional day undergoing changes with this year's political climate. a close call for a pair of blue an gems pilots. we'll have that story and much
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♪ >> pope francis is in egypt today and spoke at a mass in cairo's air defense program. his historic two-day visit comes two weeks after two christian churchs killed 45 people in northern egypt today the pope will meet with religious leaders before leaving for rome.
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another major maydaypro testi t over social injustice preview. >> mayday was once about the site over an eight-our working day, today there are mr. causes behind this day of action. the economic struggles is one of them. the international long shore union represents those working at the port of oakland. dock workers will walk out on monday and have a rally at justice herman plaza. >> and make a statement, america is not working for everyone and we need a system for every working family. not just the fatcats the billionaires and the 1%. >> reporter: in the south bay, people will voice their wall that the president said it will keep people from crossing over the border from mexico into the
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united states. >> 3:00 p.m., where the bart is. >> reporter: several will join in a rally and march aimed at protecting the rights of workers and those who feel marginalized. >> for us to make the connection between all the different struggles, workers, migrant struggle, against imprisonment and policing, to see how these affect our communities. >> all marches and rallies are considered to be peaceful events. >> happening today in santa rosa, dozens of labor environmental and racial justice groups will lead a march in rally to promote freedom and justice for all. today's event coincides with mayday works for rights in washington, d.c. organize, say it will be a forum for the community to talk about national and global issues t. march starts at noon. good news for riders in san francisco. testing of new muny light
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railcars will wrap up tomorrow. that testing has forced light rail riders on to buses. pretty soon, tail be able to arrive in new cars. 23 will arrive at the end of next year. muney hopes the new cars will be more reliable and comfortable than the current fleet. 8:15 is our time. the man who faced facebook, is shocked how it has become. he said he wrote a post asking friends to list ten concerts, it had to include a fake concert and friends had to guess which one was the fake. he showed it to his friends and it's gone viral. >> i thought it was something fun to do. i think i did serve a purpose in some way. i just wanted to change something. i didn't think it would change it like this. >> he says he saw so many negative posts on facebook, he wanted to come up with something fun for everyone. new this morning the state
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department of public health has confirmed the first human west nile. the condition of the person is unknown at this time t. virus is spread to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito. those with diabetes and are more likely to get sick and develop complications. elon muck apparently wants to be known as the boring guy. he seems quite serious about his plan to drill underground. music unveiled more concepts behind the boring company in this futuristic video. a platform links into a floirk of autonomous rockets, zooming cars at tunnels of speeds up to 124 miles per hour. thep company is apparently digging a hole in the tesla afc in l.a.. it's not sure when wide scale boring will get under way,
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spacex has a mysterious pay load. they are carrying something for the national recog fisans office. spacex is planning to ram the first stage of the rocket back at its launching pad. liftoff is scheduled for 4:00 tomorrow morning. >> good saturdays morning, everyone, waking up to a beautiful start of the day. you know it will be a warm one, though. we are so much warmer this morning than we were yesterday at this time. in fact, all week long. we have been building the warmth. it's all due to a huge dome of pressure t. ridge going up and over the dome, the dome protecting us for the next at least seven days with dry conditions. so blue and pretty out there. 64 in the city. it's 67 in oakland. low 60s in the mountains, 51 if gilroy, 55 half moon bay. so there is northerly winds in the upper elevations, drain tag
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dry and warmer air into some of the valleys. we are looking at still some numbers that have been cooler. so o54 in santa rosa. 66 in napa. 62 in the delta as well as livermore, it will be a beautiful day. it is going to get warm out there. 13 degrees above yesterday's reading at this time in livermore, really all around the bay. it is just obamay start. the winds will dial back. so that means the warmth gets going earlier. by noontime, we're in the 70s. here's the wind. check it out. you will notice it is breezy today looks to be slightly milder, i think. it will be warm out there. a cooler pattern. you have to wait all week long to get there so check it out. this is screanta cruz. in the 50s. climbing quickly. today's high is mid-70s to the
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low '80s for napa, 80, san jose in livermore, running then to 10 degrees above average today a. more dramatic wind shift to our offshore component will allow for numbers to climb even warmer by the middle of the week. this is livermore, looking at mid-80s, offshore peaks on wednesday and it will get cooler, but it's going to take a while. who lou is today in the south bay, 80 cupertino. a little cooler there by a few degrees, should be beautiful. menlo park, sfree downtown in the north bay, look for low '80s around calistoga. santa ro sarks over into the east bay 76. oakland, fremont, inland, 82 in concord, 80 in livermore. tonight less wind, cooler from santa rosa to halfmoon bay, upper 40s. the 7-day forecast 10 degrees
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about average today, tomorrow, should be a sea breeze out there otherwise, we warm back right through the mid-80s. 15 degrees below normal. you can track the temperatures and live camera, all over the bay area. >> you have been tracking this forecast. it's pretty much spot on. >> just ahead, a nightmare in paradise the luxury get
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>> legislation is moving through sacramento that would mandate solar power on most advocates homes here is michael finney with the warning. >> he is taking me around the construction and solar insulation at his southern california home. >> i can climb up. you can actually get a close-up. >> reporter: twentynine palms made his solar power system. he was excited to get it installed. now that it's up and running, he is unany with the results. >> i paid $25,000. for the system and i still haven't even taken a chunk off my bills. >> reporter: most buyers of new solar power systems seem to be happy. not all are thrilled. sometimes expectations combeed the reality of what has been
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installed. he heads up the consumer federation of california. >> companies have to make sure your home system is equipped for a certain amount of power and that they stand behind that guarantee within they provide the power ro t. consumer federation want it regulated with guarantees of how much power will be produced and with transparent contrast offering verified numbers, similar to the gas mileage stickers that now come with each new car. he says this is especially important now the state of california is ready to follow san francisco by mandating solar installations on mote new residential and special projects. >> if the government requires you to buy a product or service, then they have to regulate it to protect consumers from the abuse that will otherwise occur. >> reporter: there is nothing new about the concept. california requires we buy car insurance then regulates that
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industry to make sure we've not ripped off t. consumer federation wants the costs and payments spelled out in advance of the installation. >> it might take 15, 18, 20 years to pay it off, but let's make sure you know. that it should also have very clear information about any encumbrance it places on your title, your ownership of that property. >> reporter: right now, there is no legislation that would require new rules be written or followed. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. it was bizarre food day in pittsburgh. second graders got a chance to touch and somali variety from around the globe. >> this is a smaller example of what could, fact, be three feet long. can you imagine
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>> it was planted in mexico. >> some adventurous kids. sour is the word we we heard the most. much of yesterday's foods are ones they have severe seen or tasted before. >> people that paid thousands of dollars to go to a music festival in the bahamas the weekend found no luxury, no music. at the fyre festival, instead of a posh beachside location, they were put in tents with no running water. organizers cancelled because of circumstance beyond their control. rapper ja rule says everyone will get a refund. still to come, 100 days in the oval office. why president trump says they are about the most successful in u.s. history. also, $100 million in damage, thousands of people evacuated. months later, there is talk months later, there is talk about preventing a
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>> it's great to have you with us. we are starting at this hour with a quick look of the weather. hi, lisa. >> hey, chris the sun has been up two-and-a-half hours. the numbers are warming. you can feel the warmth already.
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64 in the city. 67 in oakland, with 63 mountain view, 62 in san jose, 50s on the coast and in gilroy. a little bit of winds along the shore line. 54 santa rosa. the cool spot with low 60s, novato and fairfield. it is breezy in the upper elevations. that's why we're warming quickly. few want, any of that wind, will you have to go up in elevation. the quick warmer rays in the 70s by noontime inland. another 12kr50es. more mid-80s inland. even warmer into next week. i'll have my full accuweather forecast coming up. president trump has reached a milestone, today marks his 100th day in office. karen travers is in washington and has more on the president's hits and misses. >> reporter: it's a mixed bag for the trump administration at the 100 day mark. some hits,some poli some some
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one thing is clear after campaigning for the white house on his terms, trump u prmp is still doing things his way and salt lakeing up washington. the white house considers one of its top accomplishments, the nomination and confirmation of neil gorsuch. >> i can say, this is a great hon for. [ applause ] >> and i got it done in the first 1 h. day, you think that's nice? you think that's easy? >> reporter: administration officials insist there have been a flurry of activity, nearly three dozen executive orders, one including reconstruction on the pipeline and another to beef up border security. that missile strike on syria earlier this month, a quick response from the president after he was deeply impacted by the assad regime's chemical attack. >> it was a slow and brutal death for so many. these were beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in hisis
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dark attack. >> reporter: white house officials universally agree the failure of the republican plan to repeal and replace obamacare was a tough setback. >> i am so disappointed. i'm a little surprised, to be honest with you. >> reporter: there is also the president's controversial travel ban, a key part of the platform, the first version quickly blocked in federal court. later withdrawn and replaced by a revised order. >> immigration is a privilege, not a right. and the safety of our citizens must always come first, without question. >> reporter: and there's the ongoing staff turmoil. president trump firing his national security adviser michael flynn after just 23 days on the job. frequent headlines about infighting in the west wing and the rising influence and expanding portfolios of the president's daughter ivanka and son-in-law jared kushner a.
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candid president trump said in an interview, he thought this work would be easier. for the next 1 h. days, they expect the administration to tackle opioid addiction and repealing for appeal of obamacare. karen travers, abc news the white house. president trump says he believes his first 100 days brought profound change to washington. in his weekly address the president says the first 14 weeks have been just about the most successful in our country's history. he talks about how his administration is bringing jobs back, how they are changing the relationship between the people and the government. >> this has been the work of my administration. fighting for the american worker, defending the rule of law. and returning the power to the american people. perhaps the greatest change of all is the renewal of the american spirit. >> the president also talks about how his administration is the first in the modern era to
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renew a supreme court justice in the first 100 days. he says the first time that happened was 181 years ago. congress narrowly alert verted a shutdown. it passed a measure to keep it going the next week, lawmakers need to sort out a spending bill to keep things going through september. a slimd down, glitzy white house correspondent dinner will take place tonight. it's i the first in 136 years the president will not attend. it will be a conservatively smaller crowd than in years passed with several news organizations declining to attends. president trump abruptly tweeted he would not be going. instead, he plans to hold a big rally with supporters in pennsylvania. happening today the city of san francisco will celebrate the life and work of labor and civil rights leader cesar chavez. chavr ez united farm workers across the state to fight for social and economic justice. today the community will hold
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it's annual cesar chavez festival. the parade starts at 11:00 this morning and 19th and delors. for the first time since the floods in san jose. city councilmembers met with the santa clara water district. they discussed ways to prevent another catastrophe from happening. many residents are run ug out of patience. >> reporter: it's been more than two months since flooding over president's day weekend forced thousands of san jose residents to flee their homes. >> i know there is a lot of people. they are suffering right now. they're very afraid. >> reporter: the flooding in february caused nearly $100 million in damage. >> that worries 'people who wonder if there could be a repeat. >> i've lived through three floods, going back to the 1980s t. fact that they are still saying there are bureaucratic hurdles, regulatory hurdles. they have so much time to figure this out. >> reporter: in a joint meeting between the san jose city council and santa clara water district, both sides agree to an
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emergency action plan which will define flood stages and out line warnings issued to residents and businesses. >> it's critical we get new improvements in place so we are prepared for the next season. i know the teams will work together when that happens >> reporter: one of the focuses moving forward, includes the removal of vejstation from coyote creek to ensure there is channel capacity for future storms. the water district says it will try to get the necessary permits to gain access to certain areas of the creek withry currently off limits. city officials will also help with applying for state and federal funding. >> i never seen it like there. this was the worst by far. >> reporter: residents hoping the two sides get their act together for the goods of this community. and the city count sim as well as the water district will be working together on an after action report. that will be due back by may 24ith. workers have announced in
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sunnyvale they will be going on strike on monday. over 98% of the members voted in favor of the job action. the strike involves about 450 of sunnyvale's 900 workers, including librarian and public works around parks employees. union leaders want a 17% raise to keep up with silicon valley high cost of living. the city has offered 10%. happening today the u.s. drug enforcement administration is sponsoring the 13th annual drug takeback day. it's held each year to help people get rid of expired, unwanted or unused prescription drugs. bay area police agencies have collection sites from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to find out the closest location where you live, head to abc imagine a plane that can transform into a stall, lounge or car teria. it's fought just in your imagination. it's a reality that can you test out at manetta san jose airport.
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first, here's a live look outside this morning from our emeryville camera. we hope your day is off to a good start. lisa argent will return
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>> we now know a little more about those newborn falcons that make their home atop santa fe city hall. there are two at the mail falcons and one male falcon a.
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biologist from uc santa cruz repelled the building to find out their jeopardiers. the city says it will release more information and video at a later date. meteorologist lisa argent joins us now. lisa, the temperatures out there above average compared to last year. >> wow, so warm already. you know it will be a warm day. how warm? let's check out tahoe first where it's 30 degrees, the airport, 35. tons of sun there. 58 today. we do believe by the middle of the week, he will be pushing 70s, so, yeah, they're talking major snow melt. but that calm we are enjoying, mainly 50s and 60s, terry from santa rosa says it's cold there. we will get you warnld up. stay tuned for our 7-day accuweather forecast. >> lisa, thank you. also ahead, what a week for christian arroyo, he delivers
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what's the story behind green mountain coffee and fair trade? let's take a flight to colombia. this is boris calvo. boris grows mind-blowing coffee. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee. there is a place where heroes hspider-man.... black widow... captain america... and eddie? so, what's the plan? breaking out the guardians, pal.
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welcome back, everyone, the time right now is 8:44. we are waking up to clear skies across the bay area. here's a live look down south at santa cruz. you can see that some people already getting in some beach time on this fine saturday morning. we'll check in with lisa coming up. in sports the as and giants are both first pitch is at 4:10:00 p.m..
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matt cain takes the mound at at&t pitch park. yesterday madison bumgaertner began rehabilitation activities after being hurt in a dirt bike accident. here's larry biel with more on when he is expected to return. >> reporter: good morning, everybody, the news on madison bumgaertner is not great t. giants star pitcher has atary in his ac joint. he will be out for an estimated three months. you come back because of the recent dirt bike accident. at least he won't need surgery, though. giants and padres on an orange friday t. macmen, jeffrey leonard at the game. think about him pitch hitting. he juggles his lineup, connor gillespie, two home runs in the first inning. he had a no hitter in the fourth until he hit his first homer in as many games in center field. >> that tied it at 2.
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3-3 in the 8th. it's the kid him? christian arroyo the new baby assassin, gone. the save the giants win it 4-3. as and astros. he cannot deal with his orbit slight of hand. top of the 1st, two on for chris davis. >> that is his slight of hand. that's his 8th of the year, as up, astros tie it up. in the 3rd, davis again, solo bomb. his ninth of the year. 4-3 athletics. the as are down in the 8th. two on for ryan healey. deep to right. do you remember spiderman? yes. former athletic reddick face full of wall. healey in shock lose 9-4. so a rough stretch for them. the nfl draft continued on friday. cal quarterback davis webb was taken by the new york giants late in the 3rd round. we fixed that webb has a nice
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arm, has the stigma, you have to go to a too many with an established qb do learn. giants with eli manning seems like a good fit. it's interesting to see how he fares at the meadowlands. the best celebration drafted ever by a player. juju smith schuster got picked by the pittsburgh steelers. juju, you better enjoy california weather while you can. he was watching the traft in newport beach went straight to the beach. jumped in the water and savoring the moment in style. the warriors, they're waiting on the winner on the clippers-jazz series to see who they play in round two of the playoffs. they have to wait a little longer the cliffs are still alive. jazz and cliffs, salt lake city, fourth quarter, chris paul, driving to the hoop. cp 3, with 29, clips up by fin. paul drives and kicks to austin rivers makes big shots late. they win by as many as 14.
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the billionaire, i love it. clips going to clip, gordon hayward for three of his 31. here come the jazz, final seconds. jazz down 3. joe johnson for the tie, off the mark. doc rivers and company hold on. they get game seven at home after a 98-93 victory. that's wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody, i'm larry biel. . good morning to you, saturday morning, much warmer than it has been. you have to go to the gulf of alaska to find the clouds, they're not getting here. today, tomorrow the winds will kick in again, bringing us an off shore flow t. warmest weather of the week comes mid-week. here's sfo. clear conditions, you know about the delays, due to construction on the runway, over an hour now, 64 in the city. 67 in oakland. 62 san jose, mid-50s gilroy, 57
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half moon bay. we have those winds in the upper elevations, they're still there, not as robust. they're still draining the warmer air to the surface. it's dry air as well. so we are looking at that quick warm-up. 54 sandy rosa. 66 in napa. good morning to you, fairfield, concord 58. livermore at 62 degrees. so the winds in the upper elevation, still 20 to 30 miles an hour. i the hills there so keep that in mine. they will be dialing back each and every day now. but then they shift. more to an on shore component. so we get a little more of a sea breeze tomorrow. your forecast, highlight, mild-to-warm this weekend. some of our key inland for the middle of next week. looking at a cooler pattern. it looks like thursday, things gin to change. by friday, temperatures will be near normal. warming up today, compared to yesterday, boy, it was near perfect few ask me. 74 in sausalito today.
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76 in oakland, 80, san jose. tomorrow with restill above average, i think we get more of a west winds, so we could see a drop or in one or two degrees. overall, similar, mid-70s for you, highwayward, you will be up to near 80 there. look what happens on monday. everyone continues to climb, to climb. we're going to be on the back side of the system that allows for gusty off shore winds. that will allow for transportation to be 15 degrees above average. let's check out san jose, for example. we should be about 71 or so for the average high. 80 today and tomorrow, so you see no changes there the warmth, begins to build, monday, tuesday, wednesday the warmest day and then by the ends of the week, we get more into a sea breeze. look for upper 70s for you from santa collar remarks 80 in san jose. on the peninsula, a beautiful afternoon, 79 should do it. menlo park, 73 in san francisco. in the north bay, you have lower
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'80s in store, a cool morning in santa rosa, 83 later on, along the coast, upper 60s. 76 today in oakland, 78 for you in union city and the '80s are back for concord. you know the next couple of days will be the warmest we've seen all year long. let's do it again, shall we? at at&t park, where temperatures will be very mild at 6:15. mid-60s dropping through the 50s t. accuweather seven-day forecast, well above normal. clear and comfortable weather at the coast. you download it. abc 7 news app. it's for free, can you track that in your neighborhoods. we should be cooler this time of year. we will get that more inline by the end of the week. >> thanks for bringing the heat. see you soon. no one likes sitting for hours in the long flight t. possibility of an inside workout and a cocktail laun lounge can give passengers reasons to get out of their seats. david louie shows us a new concept creating buzz at
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manetta's san jose international airport. passenger versus a close of airlines, airlines suing could have more choices for customer, sump as this flying fitness center a. work, prototype is on display to get passenger feedsback. it's one of several contests served by a unit of aircraft maker airbus. >> we are looking at longer haul flights. we think the more interested you are. >> reporter: tel pell at the on the and rebook are testing stationary bikes and bands. the study is being done on modules for setting out self service food and providingiaers to socialize t. pod lar design is the airline's flexibility as demand grows or to swap them out for others. feedback from passengers will be factored in. she's lohooked on the ideasf working out on a long flight. >> i think it's healthier. i love the idea having a yoga
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matt. can you stretch out. it's really important. >> reporter: almost everything is possible. >> the idea of having a pool on the plane seems to come up. it seems really interesting. what would it take to be able to do that? >> reporter: airfares go up to offer these new features. that's still up in the air. these modules could be available in years from now. it might be the ultimate location to do research. people are already thinking of their flight experience. >> coming up next, giving out assists. how the 25 of a warriors player plans
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