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>> it's good to have you with us on this saturday, june 10th wer. san francisco police are investigating after a patrol vehicle rolled over and landed on top of its roof. two officers were involved in the crash before 8:00 last night. abc 7 news spoke with a witness driving behind the squad car right before the crash. >> the police car was driving fast in the number one lane and the football two lane. one lanes in front of the police car. the siren wasn't activated. >> police say the officer driving tried to pass that car when the squad vehicle passed the boulder in the central median and flipped over. both officers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
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>> the officers done appear to be on a call at this time. so we're trying to understand where they're going and what they were doing. >> police are looking for more witnesses as well as under surveillance video in the area to help with the investigation. 5:02 is our time. in the south bay, police are looking for a drone pilot that caused a power out annual. katie marzulo has the details. >> there were sparks in the theater. we just we heard a loud sound. >> reporter: she was work as an usher at the mountain view performing arts center when the lights went out. the show could not go on. the public library was also evacuated, but without power, staff couldn't use the announcement system. >> the staff went in the corners and crannies of the library to find people who had some flashlights and we also used our phones, they have a good strong
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flashlight on the phones to make sure everybody was out. >> reporter: this is the evidence miss are working with. >> we were able recover a very, very burned drone and right now we're trying to figure out who owns the drone, where it was flying, why it was in that area. >> witnesses told police they saw a man with a light hair driving a hashback flying a drone shortly before the addage. the faa does not allow drones to fly near people and they must be clear of obstacles. >> reporter: pg & e says 16 examiners lost power. anyone with information about the drone pilot is asked to call mountain view police. >> happening today, two groups of protesters will express their very different views in santa collar. >> reporter: a group called act
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for america will hold an anti-sharia law rally. sharia is the law for islam. act for america claims sharia is incompatible with person values. local interfaith groups will hold a counter protest nearby. >> we want the voice of inclusion, of diversity, of celebrating this very strong and vibrant community. >> the pd and departments will have extra patrols. we don't anticipate any problems. >> act for america did not return our request for comment. the southern poverty law center considers act for america took hate group. anyone riding bart through oakland should plan ahead this weekend. bart crews are rebuilding the track way between the lake mary and fruitvale stations this weekend. no trains will run 13 e between those stations. a bus bridge will connect passengers around the closure. this will be the last weekend
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for the work, which began back in april. bart says to expect 20 or 40 move minute delays, normal service will resume on monday. the warriors are flying back to the bay area today after a tough loss in cleveland. it was not the outcome the warriors had hoped for. but the them now gets a chance to when it all on their home court t. series returns to oracle monday night. golden state was ready to make history, but instead were handed their first post-season loss. it was also their first loss since april 2010. >> obviously we had this fear of walking onto the court with a loss in a while. we have done a good job of bouncing back and being resilient all year and obviously learning from all different experiences we have been through. >> game five is monday night at 6:00 p.m.. abc sports director larry biel will have more later in sports. cals fans had lots to report
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last night. we have reaction from quebecen field and reaction from fans. >> reporter: two words from the fans. >> it's sweet. >> history. 16 and o, warrior champions. >> reporter: that was the script, anyway, as written by bay area fans. our bay area cameras helped him as he hopped a plane and flew to cleveland and arrived with plenty of time to spare. he drives, he throws it down. >> reporter: in fact, it was, though not anticipated. the warriors got done to them what they did to everyone else. tonight they rant into a determined cavs team that made this team look more like a shoot around at times. 86 points in the first half of a finals game? that's a record a. surprise to bay area fans as the cavaliers
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made 58% of 3s, for once, they got drubbed. the staple remains undaunted. >> so what's this all mean? >> it's a record breaking performance by cleveland. >> reporter: so now the warriors come home 3-1. a chance to be the first bay area team to clench the turf since the oakland as in the 1970s. is it a small price? >> we can be there with our family. we should be. >> reporter: no short no, worries. from cleveland, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. >> if you want to meet again, five tickets go on sale today, season ticket holders can get their hands on it this morning. american express card numbers 2:00 p.m. t. final pre soaker is at 3:00 p.m.
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tickets go on sale to the general public at 5:00 t. only place to buy tickets is online at if you can't get tickets on the website, second market sites have plenty of tickets available but it won't come cheap. we found on stubhub the cheapest ticket is $820. on gametime $872. on ticketiq it's $900. the seats are upper level seating. lower level will cost you at least there are 3,000. game five of the nba finals starts monday right here on abc 7 and right before the became the, join abc 7 larry biel for the pre game show brought to you by jeep. they will start monday at 5:00 p.m. for now, lisa >> it's cool. if you look outside, you can see
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patchy fog out there. not a lot. we won't need a lot of sunshine to cool us up. it's quite gusty at the coast today. right now 53 in the city as well as livermore. we will talk about the warm-up in the week ahead. also next, president trump hitting back at former fbi director james comey and his blockbuster testimony. also, a big milestone for a big warriors fan who watching this breath savers protect mint neutralize the plaque acids in my mouth. i can't see anything! that's because it's working so hard.
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oh no. oh no. i hate this belt. man oh man. mom, we have a situation. life's bleachable moments need clorox bleach. . nearly 20 million people watched former fbi director james comey testify before congress. now the president is fooil firing back. >> reporter:. >> no collusion, no obstruction. he's a leaker, but we want to
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get back to running our great country. >> reporter: president trump friday declaring james comey's testimony a total and complete vindication. in his first public appearance since being fired by president trump, former director james comey accused the white house of lying about him and the fbi. >> the administration then chose to defame me and more importantly the fbi by saying the organization was in disarray, that it was poorly led, that the work force had lost confidence in its leader. those were lies plain and simple. >> reporter: this prompting a new line of attack by the president accusing the fierld fbi director of lying and much of the rest of the sworn testimony. >> we were very, very happy and, frankly, james comey confirm a lot of what i said and some of the things that he said just weren't true. >> reporter: the truth about the contested conversations may come down to tapes, which the president tweeted may exist.
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tapes comey and many in congress demand to hear. >> i stein tweet about tapes. i hope there are tapes. >> reporter: they are giving the white house two weeks to turn over any tapes that may exist. house minority leader nancy pelosi says she has serious concerns about president trump's ability to do his job. >> the president's fitness for office is something that's being called into question. it takes a certain curiosity to learn the facts to base your comments on evidence and data and truth and we're worried about his fitness. >> the bay area democrat also called trump's presidency so far a failure. she says president trump may simply lack the curiosity, discipline and stamina to be a competent commander-in-chief. the contra costa district attorney is now under criminal investigation. our media partner the bay area news group reports the state attorney general's office seized
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a phone and other items of mark peterson. he is accused of spending $66,000 of campaign cash on personal expenses and lying about it in documents sent to the state. last month a grand jury accused him of willful or corrupt misconduct and recommended that he be removed from office. governor jerry brown met with germany's environmental ministry yesterday in san francisco. there the governor criticized the president's decision to pull out of the paris climate accord. >> this path will not be continued. you can't go against every country in the world except what is it nicaragua and syria. i don't think that's possible. >> reporter: governor brown praised germany and chin for helping combat climate change. bruin was asked if he tried to persuade the president to stay in the paris accord. >> no, i haven't talked to mr. trump since i was mayor of oakland looking for a casino to
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try to promote economic growth. >> germany's environmental minister says she believes the u.s. will retake its goal as the global leader on climate change in the future. an oakland teenager who is battling cancer got to to something incredible yesterday. he graduated from high school. as abc 7 news reporter explains, this young man is a warrior in every sense of the word. >> here it is, here it is. >> the one and only. >> reporter: he arrived to a hero's welcome and said he's amazed. >> i still have. >> reporter: the former football player hasn't been to school in a while. in fact, he was told this day might never come. >> this is a dream come true. >> reporter: aikens has leukemia, even after a bone marrow transplant last spring. doctors told him he has only months to live. >> they say he wouldn't be here. >> reporter: aikens is not a
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quitter. >> reporter: within they count him out, he keeps going. >> reporter: but he's also proving something else. at a school where attendance and graduate rates are falling, he's defying the odds, both medically and academically. >> just to graduate. that's huge. it's huge t. city of oakland will make it better. he is one that made it. >> reporter: aikens has had some inflation i separation in his drive to keep fighting a. life long warriors fan got to help the team. he loves kevin durant. >> this is so beautiful. >> reporter: the feeling is mutual. >> he's so strong, courageous. i learned a lot from him. >> reporter: so can his classmates. they say he's easy to love. >> i was almost in tears. >> reporter: >> darryl aikens! >> reporter: but walk the stage he did just hours before game
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four of the nba finals. >> his wish was to graduate and watch the warriors win the championship. so here we are today. >> reporter: when the buzzer rings and the confetti falls, he says he will be on his feet again. in oakland, jonathan bloom, abc 7 tuesday. now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> it's saturday morning, waking up to a few clouds, patchy fog. there's a weather system to the north of us. this is spraying showers around nevada. by the end of the weekend, maybe a couple inches of snow. certainly, a very cold system for this time of year. keeping our numbers at least 10 degrees below average. we'll hit the day tomorrow. here's a look from mount tam. it looks clear. we do have patchy fog. it is 57 in oakland. 53 in san francisco. 54 san jose half moon bay. so we're looking at a pretty nice start out there. but it is chilly in the north
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bay. 46 for you in santa rosa. 54 in virginia. it was 56 in contoured. so we did manage some sunshine yesterday, although, it got quite gusty in the afternoon. a live look outside, you see the hole in the overcast. below average for the weekend, a breezy wind. a chance of a few showers on sunday. this is the north and east bay out towards the delta as well. then much warmer for the weeks ahead. so few look at your hour by hour forecast today, notice that all the cloud are around, especially in the morning. friday afternoon, 2:00, we will thin out and see more sunshine than cloud. it will be cool, that picks up on sunday morning, you notice with a little cloud cover, it looks like a decent day. notice that will you see some of this green, you could see a few isolated showers, it will remain isolated t. week ahead, for you in san jose, it's a cool one today at 71. highs in the upper 70s.
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tomorrow much cooler. it will say towards tuesday to warm up. we are in the 90s in san jose and napa, even warmer for weeks ahead sork average high well below average today, just at about 71. we'll keep it there for sun, tuesday, we look at numbers topping out about 80. at the end of the week, it will be hot around here. it looks like we will get an offshore flow with some breezy northeasterly winds. highs around the bay, 60 degrees at half moon bay, low 70s should do it today and we'll look for pretty much a repeat tomorrow. so if you are looking for that warmth, you really will not have at this time next several days. overnight, we are looking at temperatures, 40s, 50, download your accuweather app. you will be able to track the warming for the weekend ahead. below average today, otherwise,
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we will probably have to wait until the middle of the week for that warming trend. monday doesn't look bad, mild. wednesday continues and summer is with us by the end of the week. >> a pleasant week, thank you. just ahead, dug nation could use some with the laughing cow's nine flavorful varieties of creamy cheese, there's no end to what you can discover. the laughing cow. reinvent snacking.
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for electric bikes. >> it's really fun. it's kind of like being on a two-child golf cart. >> it's actually a fun day, just the ride, itself, is fun. >> reporter: this man co-founded sausalito's bay easton shows us the lithium ion battery that gives the bikes an extra boost. >> it feels like you have rocket boosters in the legs. >> reporter: you can power them as soon as your legs. as soon as you turn on the power assist the batty kicks in, you will notice a sudden thrust. >> it's like zoom. so you feel really strong. >> there is no feeling to me that compares to riding on the biotic. i would say having the wind through your hair, but it doesn't quite apply to me. >> reporter: she co-owns one of the areas that sells new wheel opened it in 2011 in san francisco. since then they opened a second
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shot in marin. sales have increased from more than 100 to more than 500 annually. overall in north america, it's estimated 152,000 ebioethics were sold last year. compare that to 43 million in asia. >> as the infrastructure improves, we see the demand. >> reporter: class 1 and 2 can go up to 20 miles per hour and have no restrictions. class 3 goes up to 60 miles per hour, you need restrictions to ride that. he says he can't go without his ebike. >> this is like my custom speed. >> reporter: ebikes itself are several thousand dollars, they signed to make their bikes to uber drivers at a 20% discount. you may soon be seeing a few more ebikes on the road. i'm michael finney, 7 on your
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side. >> if you are heading to south lake tahoe, expect a delay. cal-trans is hoping to have a mudslide cleaned up and opened by this afternoon. they say 50 tons of debris from the hillside slid on the road thursday. now crews are working on reverse traffic control. cal-trans says winter storms caused the mudslide. chevron responded quickly to soot in the water near its richmond refinery. sky 7 shows the soot-like water between a non-chevron ship and a wharf. chevron deployed its emergency response team an quickly contained the material. the investigation shows invest common is not the source of the material. now to a rare sighting in monterey bay. randy, is whale watching. he captured this video of an albino dolphin calf. it was spotted wednesday morning
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with a pod of wizard dolphins. adult dolphins are usually ten feet long and weigh around 700 pounds. abc 7 news dropped into a pacific bakery extra sweet on the warriors. both staff and customers are big warriors fans. that adds up to a lot of warriors inspired goodies, cakes, cookies, they say a special order with your favorite player's number or jersey. still to come on abc 7 morning, doug nation packed oracle arena for a watch party. are fans now worried about them leading the cavs? and fans of the warriors, why
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>> hey, everyone, we hope your morning is off to a great start. i'm chris nguyen. let's get a quick check of the accuweather forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning to you. here from mount tam you can see a little bit of fog in the distance here. we will call it partly cloudy. it will be a mustry di at the shore line. 53 in the city. 54 half mon bay. 57 in oakland. 50s down around the south bay. so looking at our east bay hills camera, a few puffs of clouds there. 46 in santa rosa. 50 by the delta, 24 hours ago, we were warmer, due to that muggy air mass. so we're cooler. the air mass is drying out. but we will have temperatures well below average. so the clear skies at the golden gate. notice the temperatures will slowly climb into the 60s by noontime. stay will on the bay. 50s at the shore line. we'll see if we can do better with the second half of your
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weekend. >> thank you. the warriors are coming back to the bay area in hopes of winning a championship on their home court. they will have a chance to be the first bay area team to clinch at home since the oakland as won 43 years ago. they had an explosive and record-setting performance. the loss is the warriors first this post-season and the first since april 10th. the series returns to oracle arena monday night. tip-off is 6:00 p.m.. orioles watched for a watch party. we talked with fans who aren't worried about the loss. >> reporter: the drum line brought the intensity at the oracle arema watch party t. oracles on the other hand did not. for the first time in the series the doug nation felt the steam of defeat. they cleared out quickly. fans say they're not concerned. >> i think we didn't know what to do on the home court.
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you know. >> we asked pint size experts their take. >> it was real sad, i think we can win the next game at home. >> we probably will win it. we need to play hard like they just played this gaming so, i don't know, hopefully they will get pack on the next game. >> they were trying their best. >> reporter: the nation delivers a strong home court advantage so we're sure we'll see a reenergized team monday night. >> there's no doubt that dubs fans across the nation. the warriors have cap cured the heart of people in coin. >> reporter: in china town san francisco, fans don't have to look far for a sense of warriors pride. >> i have a flag in the window. they come in and ask. >> reporter: yes, we love them in the bay. they extend in china. a country that loves to win as much as it loves the superstar, or in this case a group of them.
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>> we're a coast coast team. so a 7:00 chart over there is a 10:00 time in beijing. >> reporter: players like steph curry seem to be realable. >> if they're not as in play, there is hope for them. you know, if they go to the gym, they can maybe see steph curry. he's kind of like a symbol of hope. >> reporter: an entertainment company creates content exclusively for the chinese market. >> especially people who are nba fans is more than half the population here in the states. it's because there is a lot of people in china. that's what it comes down to. >> reporter: basketball isn't just a means of cultural exchange between china and the u.s., it's a huge money-maker t. warriors have capitalized into their success, tapping into the market by celebrating the country's heritage. >> they have big stars, steph
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curry and devon durant. they love to share and they love the excitement of them is really high. >> reporter: chinese viewership, via ten cent has been high in the finals with more than 30 web clicks per game. espn and abc's coverage of game five starts monday at 5:30 right here on abc 7. right before the game, join larry biel and mike schuman for the pre game show. of course, you want to see your fan videos when you post-them, use the #dubson7. 5:33 is the time. more local news for you, a 13-year-old boy is recovering after being stabbed outside the library. sheriffs deputies took his alleged attacker into custody.
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they say the stabbing appears to be completely random. apc news reporter lonnie rivera has more. >> reporter: in mem rose, schools ended friday classes early. when students came to the library a. normal routine turned frightening after a 13-year-old became a victim of a stabbing attack. >> it's just a calling. you are fighting for yourself. >> reporter: detectives say the male teen was hanging outside the library with his friends when a 40-year-old transient man walked up to him. >> without any reason he stabbed him with a pocket knife. >> reporter: they say he stabbed the boy multiple time in both arms. >> the teenager was shocked, he was panicking. he didn't know why he had been attacked. >> reporter: police officers next door rushed to the scene. officers administered first-aid on a young victim before he was taken to the hospital. police took the man into
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custody, drive e detectives say strangely the suspect hung around. >> after the attack, he didn't flee, he stayed in the area, so on top of that, it's another unusual circumstance. >> reporter: the teenager is a taylor middle school student. as for his attacker, he's in san mateo county jail. detectives say they're trying to figure out who he is and why he randomly attacked a kid. >> the woman sexually assaulted by droektor roman -- director roman polanski yesterday asked the judge to remove the case. she said wants an outright dismissal or have him sentenced without him being present. he repeated requests for the same ruling have been denied t. judge did not issue an immediate ruling. >> i am standing there saying, he serves his sentence. i never asked anybody and he was
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lied to. he did his sentence. he owes me nothing. >> polanski fled to france in 1978 on the eve of sentencing for having unlawful sex with a minor. she describes herself as more of a victim of the criminal justice system than of polanski. a group of raiders fans will hold a news conference on monday to note they have retained a well respected litigator, james quinn. he defeated the nfl in a landmark court case in 1992. the move likely sets the stage for losses against the nfl and the raiders over the team's planned move to las vegas. online news service pandora is making a series of moves to raise cash. it is selling a 20% stake to satellite radio company sirius
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xm for $480 million. it will raise another 200 million. most pandora users listen for free. in march. they launched a prescription service similar in strategy to competitors such as spotify and apple music. 5:37 the time. apple ceo tim cook gave the commencement address at m.i.t. yesterday. he told graduates to never let technology overtake their compassion. >> sometimes the technology is meant to connect us, divides us. i'm optimistic because i believe in your generation. your passion, your journey to search humanity. we are all counting on you. >> cook urged all graduates to measure their impact in humanity, not in the likes, but the lives they touch. new details this mornin on a summer concert to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the
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iconic year. our partners reports the city of san francisco has revealed plans for a free concert after denying a permit for a celebration. the recollectioniation and parks department rejected the promoter twice from getting permits. former mayor willie brown is behind the free concert, which will take place on june 21st in golden gate park. tickets are already sold out. well, it's not your typical hippy car, a san rafael woman has created a colorful tribute to the anniversary of the summer of love. >> janice job lynn, be ig brother. a picture of janice here. >> that's done that huggins showing off her rolls royce, which he decorated from mementos. she was only 13 during the summer of love. she went to many concerts and got more than 100 autographs of iconic artists.
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>> you can go back stage and i aid like to get an autograph and he said, go ahead. nobody stopped you from doing anything. >> huggins plans to keep the car as a rolling tribute to the summer of love for many years. few want to see it in person, it will be on display at the magic mountain music festival at mount tam state park. ahead, no matth way the cookie crumbled in the nba finals, including steph curry and draymond green. but first here's a live look outside from our east bay hills camera, lisa argen will have your have to travel from its source to the bottle?
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>> good morning, everyone, the time right now is 5:42 on our saturday. here's a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera. we are looking at cool temperatures across the bay area. we'll get the highs and the lows for the weekend with meteorologist lisa argen coming up. you are looking at that time view from the newest attraction at the a california trail exhibit is currently under construction. >> that exhibit will feature animals native to california, including bears. happening today, separations are under way for a party if walnut creek. the grand opening of the renovated swim center will be held at 11:00 a.m.. it features a splash playgrounds. you can get if for free if you want to join the celebration.
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meteorologist lisa argen joins us now. how is it going to be out there for everyone headed to that event? >> a little on the cool side. we will see temperatures below average t. winds are quite breezy. >> that will continue as well. you see the clouds in the distance. it's 57 in oakland. 46 in santa rosa and the winds. we will talk about the cool and how long it sticks around and when can you expect a warm-up. it's all in the week ahead. >> we'll see you soon, also ahead, the nba finals heat up as tempers flare in cleveland. larry biel has
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the time right now is 5:45 a. live look outside from our exploratorium camera. pier 15. a cluedy start right now. lisa argen breaks out the accuweather forecast for us coming up. if sports today, both the as
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and giants will rebound from losses. first pitch is at 10:00 a.m.. the giants face the twins at at&t park. first pitch there is at 1:05. game five is not necessary on monday in the nba finals. last night history was made at quicken loans arena in cleveland. it wasn't the history the warriors were hoping to make. >> good morning, everybody, the warriors were hoping to make history. they set records for points and they crushed the warriors in game four of the finals. they are hurricane u turning it into the end tee-shirt the cavs. nba score 49 points in the first quarter. are you kidding me? lebron james, tried to keep things into this thing. goes for 35.
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cavs 24 3s. kyrie irving dominated. 40 t. drive. skafs were up 18th at the half. lebron james, you talk about thinking on the fly here, literally. he won the pass, 31 points, 11 assists for lebron and kyrie. the finishing dagger. cavs roll 137 landing the warriors to first loss since april 10th. here's mike schuman in cleveland. >> reporter: the cavaliers were a desperate team. the warriors could not respond. it's the first time in a long time they felt what it's like to lose again. >> we walked on to this in a while. we've been resilient all year. we have to be better. we can't go home and expect because we're home, it's a game,
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we got to take i. i think it starts on the physical sides of it. both teams should be battling. it should be fun. >> they're here for a reason. so we have to come out and get back to being aggressive. >> last year was last year this year is this year. i'm pretty sure draymond won't get suspended for game five. maybe he will, i don't know. but we'll go back and tee it up again. >> tell the warriors to forget agent 16 and o. they want to go back to oracle and close this series out. mike schuman, abc sports. >> the twins. >> that falls in bases loaded. they struck out 5 to end this, the as opened three games
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against the rays in tampa. oakland gave up five homers total in this game. andrew trigs, he allowed three of them. allowed eight 1s in the game. started off so well. not going so well lately. as will play a double header today. that's a wrap on morning sports. have a great weekend, everybody, i'm larry biel. >> now your accuweather forecast with lisa argen. >> it started out a cool and breezy weekend. you can see behind me the fog behind me. it is patchy and clear. we're also going to have a few leftover clouds and temperatures, boy, stay there just struggled to make it where they should be for this time of year. okay, we had the rain earlier. so let's check out livermore. tomorrow not much better at 72. by the time we get to next week notice for '80s in the future. then finally, we are going to look at numbers into the 90s. we go from one extreme to
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another. we look at our flag here blowing from our roof camera. you will notice the winds are quite gusty. we will be looking at that not only today, sunday will be the breeziest day, winds up to 40 miles an hour. here's our live doppler 7. you are notice we are picking up a whole lot of cloud cover. we widen the perspective. this cool pocket of air bring aing late season snow to the northern mountains here. we will look at perhaps two to four inches in the northern mountains, there you see the showers in sierra nevada. this is the time of year we get these breezy winds, low clouds, winds gusting to 40 miles an hour. so it looks pretty active here. it is, 53 in the city. 54 in san jose, half moon bay, mountain view at 55 degrees.
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a clear spot and it looks pretty nice out here. it will be chilly. things are not changing too much until three or four days. so grab the jacket few will be around, san francisco today, 46? santa rosa, 54 in nevada. 53 in livermore. concord, good morning to you. 56 degrees. so the golden gate bridge is nice and clear. looking at temperatures north of here are well into the 40s so below average and gusty winds this weekend certainly more so tomorrow along the coast. those winds, not a chance, perhaps a few isolated showers on sunday. much warmer though into next week. as we look at our hour by hour forecast today, you notice we got the clouds around early in the morning, by the afternoon, partly cloudy should be a decent day, once again, cool, we take you into sunday. not only the same day here. check out what happens by the afternoon. we are looking at a few probabilities of raindrops from perhaps santa rosa towards the
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delta. here is the wind profile. check it out for tomorrow. look at these winds, they will be very gusty. in the south bay, low 70s, only in the 60s today for you, 66 san mateo in the city, it will be breezy day. look for numbers in the north bay to be 69, 68 cast ro valley. upper 60s to low 70s. if you are going to ride into the city, breezy, low 60s for the game today. the accuweather 7-day forecast. you can track out the cooler weather for the weekend the beginning of the week and warming up. there is what we do good on here the extremes. we will be back to sweltering at the end of the week. >> lisa, thank you. the warriors will try to put away the cavs on monday in game five of the nba finals. there is one woman in cleveland who supports both teams. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman with the very sweet
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story. >> why does this man look like he has something to hide? it's a story that requires a trip beyond the tourist areas into a red brick suburb where in this house dozens of miracles occur before every nba playoff game. >> you have to try one. >> it smells nice. i don't have a sweet tooth. >> you don't have a sweet tooth? >> her name is diane simon and dozens of small miracles taste like heaven or so we're told. around the leak, she is then as the cleveland cookie lady. >> that would include for players like draymond green and steph curry who likes sugar cookies, red ones. >> after the game he probably has about ten. >> reporter: draymond favors snicker doodles. here's diane texting him now. >> to me he's a teddy bear. >> around the league, she has been become a word of mouth. she takesics no money, just an occasional picture. this batch will go to kevin
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durant. >> that is where the trouble started. >> you have to try my cookie, before you loo everybody this kitchen. >> reporter: rumor has it that no one can eat just one. >> hmm. i am speechless. hence the marks, one dozen cookies bordering on sinfully good. her fans have a spishts lo suspicious looking character who doesn't have a sweet tooth. >> next, county fair season begins on the peninsula we'll tell you what's on
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this saturday june 10th. let's start with a quick look at the weather. lisa argen is tracking the conditions where you live. >> hey, chris, not a lot of cloud cover. we do have gusty winds and low clouds, winds gusting to over 40 miles an hour on top of mount tam, closer to the surface, just a little bit breezy, here is an area of low pressure and a weather system that will not reach us with rain but will bring some chilly air. walnut creek, 57 in starting out bright. we will see a few clouds around today. a cool 45 in santa rosa, 52 in livermore. we are much, much


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