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yesterday, and he said the conversation between the driver and the passengers are already done. >> i would get really drunk, too, and then i can't be held responsible. >> the man that recorded the video thought the driver crossed the line and he complained to uber and said the company was very responsive. uber says the comments in the video are disturbing and do not represent our driver-partner community and the driver has been band from uber. this week attorney general eric holder released his suggestions to uber. the streets in downtown oakland are nearly clean after following the warriors championship parade. >> cleaning up piles of confetti
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from yesterday, and the rally was picking up the tab as a gift to the city. an estimated 1 million people showed up for the celebration, and lisa amin gulezian says the day was electric for the fans and players. >> reporter: oakland erupted. >> we have confetti! >> blue and gold was everywhere. this city had a lot to celebrate. a second championship title in just three years brought pride to everybody on the ground, including the players. >> we built an identity around this warriors organization that is second to none that is so unique and something that we need to cherish. >> this has always been a good fan base. it's good to be able to get back to the city and no better way to win a championship. >> the fans kopbcouldn't agree .
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>> it's really good to see the warriors win another championship. >> reporter: the signs and sights set it all, this team is special. there's a sense of special when these players get >> kd is locked in, championship from here on out. lisa ami lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> oakland police were out in full force last night to try and stop side shows following the parade, and there were officers saturated well-known hot spots, and they tweeted out many tickets were also issued. >> b.a.r.t. says more than 487,000 when it was over, the 19th
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street downtown oakland was so packed, b.a.r.t. had to control the people going down to the platform level. we have you covered if you want we have you covered if you want to relive it, and abc7 news app. ghost ship founder, almena, and harris face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter, one for each of the people killed in the fire. there were contradiction of claims he blocked some memorials continue to grow for three ups drivers that were shot and killed by a fellow ups driver in san francisco. there was a vigil held in diamond heights last night, and earlier in the day volleyball
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players paid tribute to their coach, benson louie. ups drivers filled in the routes, and along the local merchant memorial. >> a pleasanton woman is facing murder charges in a crash that killed a man. she hit a man, a 73-year-old, he was standing next to his car when hit. police released her pending toxicology results. and then intended to protects parents of u.s. citizens from deportation. the program was aimed at
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shielding parents here illegally but have american children. the program was blocked by a federal judge in texas after 26 states filed a lawsuit to block it. a new state budget held to brown's desk before the end of the month state laws passed the governor's spending plan yesterday. california's new budget calls for spending $125 billion, and of that 2.8 billion spent on roads, and that includes $20 million on housing and for the homeless. in accuweather, it's all about the heat. today will be warm, but we will see temperatures we have not seen so far this year. and we have great visibility. clouds will not be an issue today. temperature wise, you will step
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out the door in the early morning hour and it's warm, 71 degrees in brentwood at 4:30 in the morning. 64, san jose. 61 is the current number in novato. by 9:00 we already have spots go into the low 80s and by the lunchtime hour we have spots in the low 90s. it's going to be a warm afternoon on the way. highs today, lots of sunshine. we are going to 80 degrees in oakland and 86 later on in san jose, and mid-90s inland, and even san francisco going to 74 degrees, and those numbers just continue to climb over the weekend. your three-day forecast showing father's day, inland 104 degrees, even around the bay we will hit the low 90s. take it easy this weekend and drink plenty of water. we'll take a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza, and we are light at 4:36, and we are friday light.
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so today we are seeing just a little slow traffic recovering over the sunol grade southbound 680, we had an accident and that's gone according to the chp, but still seeing slow traffic back less than 30 minutes from tracy into the dublin and pleasanton area. guys? snow and rain ended the drought but maybe there is something else to worry about. the researchers found between our weather and earthquake link. our weather and earthquake link. and then how a hole is
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breaking news on the fight against isis. russia's defense ministry says it may have killed the group's leader. they are investigating right now. they think they killed abu bakr al baghdadi in a air strike on may 28th near raqqa. officials say he may have been attending a meeting with isis leaders when the strike happened and the united states cannot confirm russia's claim quite yet. his death has been reported numerous times over the last few years but the claims have proven
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to be false so we are watching. back to you. >> thank you. police in tennessee are crediting a homeowner with capturing escaped inmates. the man heard something happening outside of his home southeast of nashville and the homeowner held the men at gunpoint until the police got thereafter the pair tried to steal his car yesterday. the inmates over powered and disarmed the two guards while being moved between two prisons on tuesday. and then changing relations with cuba, and that includes restricting travel. >> president trump planning to outline a new course for cuba later this morning, reversing some of the policies opened under president obama. no more traveling to the island on the honor cord or a conf
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confirmation you fall into the 12 preapproved categories, now you must prove it and keep your transactions made in cuba up to five years, and many will be cruises and airlines can remain, and they saw a 74% increase in americans traveling in 2016, and that will likely end, and with it those flights. the administration hoping to restrict money that flows to the cuban military. what is expected to remain? the embassies. and current policies on family travel, human rights, they want to see free and fair elections, and human rights watch put out statements saying they believed improved human rights will come from a greater opening and not closing of cuba.
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a coast guard cutter from alameda is back from a successful drug operation. you are looking at 18 tons of cocaine the crew intercepted on its mission off the coast of central south bay. this is video of one of the interceptions. the cocaine haul came from bails of narcotics dumped into open waters from drug smugglers. a new study out of uc berkeley says the snow presses down on the sierra and coastal ranges. when the weights are lifted the earth's crust rebounds and that may trigger increased fault movement. the trump administration is backing off of a threat to revoke california's authority to set its own tough pollution standards for cars and trucks. the agency is not looking to
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takeaway california's power to combat climate change. he said earlier this year he could end california's authority to reduce the emissions. instead he is now praising the leadership on the clean air. and then take a look. this video from drone view 7 shows how workers used to be the sidewalk as they make room for a massive underground convention space. and construction has caused many big conventions to be held somewhere else leaving a gaping hole in the pockets of nearby merchants. >> many people think we are closed, because the streets are closed. it's just been devastating. >> this whole year has been a lot slower than usual and it has to do with the convention center for sure. >> the city hopes the new space could win back conventions. the underground space is set to
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open next year. we are one month away from the largest aids this year's walk is july 16th. our colleague, dan ashley, mc'd last night's event and has been involved in the aids walk for years. we will see temperatures we have not seen so far this year, huh, drew? >> yeah, that heat is going to peak on sunday for father's day. outside we go a. live look from the rooftop camera, the beautiful embarcadero. we got really comfortable temperatures and starting out on the warm side in some spots. 68 right now, and good morning in concord. 62 in oakland, and 64 in san jose, and half moon bay, and mild at this hour at 62 degrees. this will give us the launching pad to soar the temperatures into the afternoon. it's nothing but sunshine and
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the sun gets up at 5:47, but in the afternoon, in the mid-90s and even in the bay topping out in the mid-80s. this is not the warmest day we have on the accuweather 7-day forecast. watch what happens on sunday. this is dangerous heat. future weather indicating concord up to 105 in the afternoon, and even oakland, 90 degrees. 97 in san jose. it's going to be a warm one in san francisco at 80 degrees. heat tips you can do, and this is the first heat wave of 2017, wear lightweight clothing and check on seniors and pets, and they are the most susceptible to the heat this time of year. good morning, sue. let's get a check of the traffic. >> let's knock on wood or whatever we can, and this is the east shore freeway making its way into berkeley and the maze, and still everything is moving at the limit so no problems. green is good as you can see
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from the road sensors we are green everywhere. your drive times, under 30 minutes, trace tkwry and over t altamont pass, a wonderful time for a friday morning. and then from san rafael, less than 20 minutes. that's great. we will take a look at mass transit is just a few minutes. juvenile great white sharks returning into the coast, and shark experts are worried some people are creating dangerous conditions for sharks to attract sharks closer to shore. the real danger is it can change the shark's behavior. >> chumming or trying to bait the shark's in, it changes the shark's behavior because it puts them in a feeding mode and when they turn around and leave shows
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sharks are still in the feeding mode. >> officials say boaters cited bait in for the sharks towards the beach. and then facebook, the changes its making to find and delete terrorists pop began dro. in today's tech bytes, twitter's major overhaul. >> the biggest redesign in years and your profile image is round instead of square. >> yeah, but i'm still square. twitter says it's faster and easier to use. >> and then scanning a bar code, you can add it to your shopping cart.
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pacifica is warning homeowners about a new law holding them responsible for
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illegal fireworks use on their proper and it applies even if the homeowner does not know the fireworks are being set off, and it comes with a $1,000 fine, and if children are found with fireworks their parents will be held liable. and then being accused of fostering a breeding ground for terrorists is ramping up. and ofacebook says it has more than 150 people dedicated to countering the spread of terror related content. it will soon from sr a team of 7,500 workers. chrysler is recalling thousands of dodge mini vans because of another air bag problem. the recall affects up to 109,000 dodge caravan vans from 2011 to 2012. chrysler says the airbags may deploy unexpectedly while you are driving and that poses a danger of crashes.
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the company did not report any accidents or injuries and chrysler will notify owners for a free repair. and then a fitting tribute to the late batman, adam west. the signal lighting up the sky last night, the mayor and police chief joined west's friends and family to light the city hall icon. west was west known raorole of batman. and still the draymond and lebron t-shirt dispute. it reads quickie, which is a reference to quick and loans arena and the speed with which the warriors beat the cavs in the finals. remember this, lebron was spotted in his own special last year, and it read ultimate warrior.
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>> ours is funnier. >> i agree. it was good. >> they just talked about lebron too much. >> yeah. >> and just keep his name >> good morning, everybody. we're on our way to a warm day. already by 9:00, in the 80s, and then as we head toward the lunchtime hour, a few spots will be nice to sit out but a lot of spots will be toasty if the 90s. and then the forecast today, warm to hot and then down right brutal on sunday. a heat advisory goes into effect saturday morning, and then take it easy because it's the first heat wave of 2017. travel is nice, 20 minutes out of novato at this point. and then a accident has been cleared for quite sometime but
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680, i'm still seeing slow traffic. and up to the wine country we go. this is near calistoga, we had an earlier accident highway 128 near tubs and the accident is blocking one lane of traffic and there's a tree down in the road as well. 128 near tubs lane, and try to avoid that until they get that cleared out. and mass transit options, b.a.r.t., 32 trains on time this morning and no problems with cal train and ace train number one left stockton and is cruising into vasco on time. and then ripping off $100 bills. more than $35,000 worth of fake c notes. they found the phoney money stuffed in their pockets.
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a new tribute the exploratorium will have visitors thinking outside the box. this is the wildcard exhibit. it's made up entirely of cardboard scraps. cardboard scraps. artist out of cardboard, and this exhibit is hands on. >> we allow our visitors to touch this exhibition. we will have first aid people standing by with the hot blue guns in case we need to make repairs. >> this is -- i'm here for this. that's pretty amazing. wildcard aims to open up the imagination and open up recycling. you are never allowed to touch the art, so this is going to be a real challenge now that they
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put it up there. we are waiting the start date of the smart train in the north bay. the big hust cleared. how somebody filming this all fought back. a huge fire in london from earlier this week, with so many killed, a press conference just wrapped up and we will have that next. somebody left 5-week-old puppies in a hot car and an officer's quick thinking and what she had in her car may have saved their lives. you are one in a million. >> that's kind of a big deal. >> yep, we just hit a million. >> and it's all because of you. >> you. >> you. >> so thank you. >> thank you, a million times. >> thanks, bay area. >> thank you for making abc7 the
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>> thank you for making abc7 the most
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certainly it looks nice and crisp and cool outside right now, but as we get closer to father's day weekend the heat will be turned up. >> how hot will it get where you live? we're hoping you plan ahead. welcome to friday, june 16th. >> drew, what do you say? get set to sweat. >> yeah, and hot to trot. it's a battle. >> yeah. all of the things, we want to start with sue hall in for


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