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this is nbc 7 mornings. it's saturday, june 24th. good morning and thanks for joining us. let's start with the forecast. here's lisa track iing live doppler 7 if for us. >> hey, krirks good morning to you. we have low clouds and fog. if you're an early riser headed to the coast or around the bay, mist and drizzle. you can see a little bit of cloudiness towards livermore and 680. be careful if your headed out for a morning bike ride, this is marine layer at about 1500 feet. 61 in oakland. 62, mountain view, 63 in san jose. sutro showing a deck of row clouds and is sun coming up. 58 by fairfield and 60 in concord. cooler this morning. probably what you were expecting anywhere from 3 to 7 degrees cooler in the east bay and from this vantage point, our camera
can reachland 'base and 90 in the livermore valley today. chris. >> thank you. the trans gender march night was just the start of pride weekend. and this year there's increased focus on security. after recent events in europe. it wasn't without controversy. cornell bernard has more. >> thousands on the move through san francisco. to celebrate trans gender equality. billy cooper is feeling a lot of solidarity. >> being a transgender woman is every day life for me. it's, it encouraging me to wake up every morning to be a better person. >> many say this year's trans march is more important than ever. >> this is the year we need to be b viz b bable. >> he says trans gender rights
are not a priority for the trump administration. >> the climate of hate here is frightening to me. >> the police presence was hard to miss. every available cop will be on duty the weekend pride festivities to keep crowds safe, but this group does not agree. >> it's not right. to keep our community safer. >> until recently, the trans march's website told attendees not to be friendly to cops. that information has been removed. >> a lot of people i know and care about have been told by the cops they have to move along. >> supervisor jeff shee hi says the climate is changing. >> all of our communities at times have had challenges with the police. the march was peaceful, but f others, it was much more inclusive, powerful and visible. >> it's a matter of solidarity to be out here today. >> abc 7 news. this weekend, bar and
restaurant managers will have last year's nightclub shooting in orlando on their minds. but say they will not be deterred. last june, 49 people died at the pulse nightclub. luis was one of the survivors. >> the shooter i felt he didn't like himself and he used hated e and i think there's hate everywhere. >> he is in san francisco to attend the parade. he's representing the brady campaign to prevent gun violence. happening today, the annual gay pride pink triangle will finish installation. they began setting up the tribal yesterday and will film the rest today. it's a symbol that's been associated with pride weekend for the last 22 years. almost 200 feet across, it can be seen for miles across the bay area. it will stay up until after the parade on sunday. security will be high during tomorrow's parade down market
street. the route is highlighted in blue between 8th and beale. street closures start at 6:00 a.m. many muni lines will be rerouted during the paparade. you can find a map on our website or by downloading our absolutely 7 news app and don't forget, you can enable push alerts for pride updates all weekend long. time is 6:. b.a.r.t. is back to normal after a fire caused delays of up to an hour and a half during last night's commute. abc news was at the station where you can see passengers crowded on to a smoky form. passengers say the train smelled like smoke and some of them were frustrated by delays. >> my pizza's late. i'm late. my family is waiting for me for dirn. . >> then we end up the station was okay.
i've seen worse. i've seen worse. >> sky 7 was over the west okayland b.a.r.t. station where after the tracks cleared, there were long waits for hundreds of passengers gathered at the stations. san jose police are seized thousands of pounds of fireworks from people gearing up for the fourth. people we spoke with said it's probably just a drop in the bucket. abc 7 reporter katie has the story. >> this is cell phone video of fireworks being set off in san jose. it's illegal and this man loves it. >> it's a party every year and basically, you know, follow our traditions like everybody else does in the united states and set off fireworks. >> he says he'll never stop, but san jose police are cracking down. officers seized 2700 pounds of fireworks between april and june, including 3, 4 and a inch mortar whichre considered explosives. >> it's really loud and
frightens the dog and children. >> it's some good news for this woman who's called police about fireworks in the past. >> i think it's great and there's no way they've gotten them all. >> during their investigation, police identified two people involved with of fireworks. there's a warrant out for one of them. >> there's a lot more stuff out there they could be worried about. i don't think they're ever going to stop it! the police chief calling it extraordinary and says they're not done yet. >> abc 7 news. the city of pacifica has a new smart phone app residents can use to report illegal fireworks. you can find more information on our website, abc 7 news.com. san francisco police gave the first minute by minute account of last week's shooting at a ups facility. police released this picture of the shooter.
jimmy lamb. they are pooring over cell phones, computers and a journal they seize frd the driver's home. they say during his shooting spree last wednesday, he used a stolen illegal gun with a 30-round magazine to shoot an kill fellow drivers. >> the evidence indicate that is the shooting of the purposeful and targeted. >> investigators say he carried out the shooting without saying anything and without warning. a standing room only crowd gathered to remember one of the victims killed in the rampage. friends an family paid tribute to mike, describing him as a devoted family man, his loss has left his loved ones devastated. sbl it's tough. he has a wife and kids. father's day just passed. it's tough on the family to see something like that. but we're real family oriented,
so when they come together, you have cousins you haven't seen in so long, it's like family reunion. >> yesterday's memorial in san francisco also brought out people obon his dlooifrry route. they wore sports apparel representing his favorite teams, the niner, warriors and giants. time is 6:08. in washington, the investigation into the alleged russian interfeens in the presidential continues making headlines. yesterday, president trump had choice words for the special counsel who made the investigating him. chuck explains. >> president trump's agenda keeps getting sidelined by his comments about the investigation into alleged russian meddling. friday, the president suggested the the person heading that investigation, robert mueller, is tainted and biased against him. >> he's very, very good friends with comey. which is very bothersome.weeted
he recorded his conversations. it was a bluff, he said, to force the fired fbi director to tell the truth. >> i didn't tape it. when he found out that there may be tapes out there, whether it's government tapes or anything else, who knows, things may have changed. >> but his tweet about tapes triggered a sequence of events that led to appointment of the essential counsel. >> another issue involving the president is generating outrage. >> when was the last time an actor assassinated a president. >> it's been a while. >> maybe it's time. >> that's johnny depp at a british film festival. depp knew the comments would cause anger. i apologize for the bad joke i attempted last night in poor taste about president trump. this comes just a week after that shooting in a va ra baseball field representative steve scalise nearly killed,
prompting calls for politicians on both sides. lisa is here. lisa, you're tracking relief from the heat. work up to drizzle this morning in san francisco. >> that's right. you can stay in bed for a while if that's the case if your nand, but we have fog in the livermore valley, so that's nice. a switch. it's clear in concord. emoryville is pretty cloudy. 61 degrees. 56 in santa rosa, so finally looking at a return to more typical pattern. although we're not going to be all together, so if you like it warm, we're going to have warmth. we'll have the details next. also ahead, a hero in skies. hear from the bay area mother who watched her daughter save a stronger's life on a flight from oakland. plus, terrorist attacks trigger changes along the bolden gate br
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one proud mom is telling us about how her daughter saved a stranger's life about a flight out of oakland this month. leslie got the story on this emergency. >> it started out as a normal flight from oakland to chicago on june the 6th for souter anderson and her daughter, kim ber ly, who was en route to visit family, but halfway through the flight, there was an urgent announcement. >> is there a doctor or a nurse on this plane.
there is an emergency. >> susan anderson says her daughter, a registered nurse, was the only licensed medical professional on the flight. a middle-aged woman went into an flakt tick shot. >> could not breathe. she was struggling and feeling ill and shutting down. it was a dire emergency. >> pilot prepared for an emergency landing as the flight crew pulled out a first aid kit with off brand epipens in it. the first one did not work. the sec one did and the woman started breathing. another passenger offered benadryl. >> they called my daughter an angel. she was truly an angel. she saved a life. she saved a life. it was, i was so proud of her. >> anderson says her daughter is traveling out of the country now.
she decided to share her story and warneded those with sere allergs to always carry emergency injeks with them. police in the east bay have arrested four women accused of stealing $3,000 worth of clothing from victoria's secret. walnut creek police say the women robbed the broadway plaza location of the chain as well as another store in concord. on facebook, police said quote, we love to have visitors shop and dine in our lovely town. we just appreciate it when people actually pay for the items they want. time now is 6:15. northbound lanes of the gold b b gate bridge will be shut down during the san francisco marathon. the closure is meant to protect runners as many know, the marathon is in just one month. kate larson looks at the reasons behind the decision. >> on sunday, drivers will be taking a backseat to runners. >> it's 15,000 runners, sold out event. >> the board voted unanimously
the to close all northbound lanes to traffic from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. on july 3rd. spearheading the closure was the bridge captain. she says the usual arrangement of using cones to separate runners from run lane of traffic puts the runners at risk. >> distracted driving, impaired drivers. there's always a danger when vehicles are traveling adjacent to runners with nothing other than a cone. >> another factor, rekren attacks committed with vehicles. as is expected injured groups of people when he drove a car into pedestrians on westminster bridge. >> i think for those that are trying get on the opposite side of the bay, it's going to be a disaster, but just in advance. >> as a runner, i think it's better. >> chris has run the marathon across the bridge many times. >> when you're running across the bridge, you're really close and the cars are right there. it's kind of scary. >> three years ago i was running and quite since. >> it has also run the marathon
and plans to run again next month. he feels the closure is is unnecessary and won't discourage would be attackers. >> cars have a lot of opportunity for attack any way. it's 26 miles. >> some lanes separated by the cement median will still be open. now, it's 5:17 and we have new details on the upcoming red abalone season. there may be more restrictions next year on abalone diving in california. the population is struggling due to warm ocean temperatures caused kelp to die off. the commission. >> reporter: puts limits on this year's season. bringing the allowable catch from 18 to 12. next season could be even more restricted including closing the season entirely. good morning. the cooling trend continues. telling to story right now with
the fog over into the livermore valley. just around parts of f the day. if you're close to the coast, even some mist and drizzle. this system here off of southern california could bring in extra cloud cover throughout the day today into the south bay mainly. the chance of presip is slim, but you mayotice those extra high and mid level clouds around the bay today. a live look outside from the golden gate bridge and wow, is it foggy. temperatures look like this. 57 in san francisco. 61 in oakland. 62 in mountain view. gilroy, 59 and from our east bay camera, it's just been a different picture. every 15 or 20-here and it's just worth noting and showing you this morning how pretty it looks from our east bay hills. 58 in napa. southwest wind, 20 to 30 miles an hour this morning. that's transport iing that cool air for you in our east bay. it will still be summertime warmth there. upper 0is today.
58 now with clouds in livermore. 60 in cord, so your hour by hour forecast shows the low clouds at 7:00. they retreat by about 10:00, but look how far the retreat. it's still cloudy from stinson to half moon bay and a look at those cool temperatures. marine layer, over 11,000 feet. we'll have sunshine there, so it's not going to be too long before you break out in some parts of the bay area to the sun, but it's going ton a different cowell of days with the cooling trend continuing, fog, mist and drizzle. early on nor those near the shoreline and sbooth weekend, slightly cooler tomorrow, but the skies will be sunnier, mile for the parade and sonoma, a few clouds around. upper 70s, so nice day here and then tomorrow may be even a few degrees cooler. about 77 degrees. in the south bay today, ti82 in jose. 80 for you, santa clara.
upper 70s return on the peninsula. you felt the cooldown yesterday, the same today. san matteo, 65 downtown. breezy winds here and up north bay, shaul feel pretty good. elsewhere, just 80. near east bay, a mix of more mid-70s from oakland into san lan dro rook ilooking at number the upper 70s. inland and pleasonton at 87 degrees. pride parade tomorrow in san francisco about 9:00, 56 degrees. partly cloudy. by noontime, upper 50s. a mild afternoon at 66 degrees and overnight lows comfortable with the fog pressing into the east bay. it's looking more like summer spread today. 60s coast, 90 inland and then your hour by hour temperatures and with the cooldown, each and every day, it's not too much out there. in terms of the cooling, so we're still holding on to the
o however, one man believe d it just long enough to get in trouble. take a look at how michael finney helpeded the man get out of a jam. >> he had been on the phone with hewlett-packard tech support so the next call seemed legit. >> they said, oh, we got some signals from your computer. i said, oh, you're hp i think. they said, we're hp. >> actually, the it was a scammer. but dan didn't know that. he let the caller take remote control of his computer. >> got locked down. they said you need to buy this special software. >> the man on o the phone said it would cost $450. >> i expected him to get a credit card number. they didn't. they asked for i-tunes gift cards. >> the man told him to buy $450 worth of i-tunes cards and call him back. >> i ran down there and bought these things. didn't think anything of it at
the time. >> however, later, he wondered why hp would want apple cards. he asked the man on the phone! we work for hp, so we can't buy another software directly. >> that's when dan realized it was a scam. he hung up, now, he was stuck with a disabled computer and $450 worth of i-tunes. >> i'm 75 years old. i don't use a lot of i-tunes. >> he went to an apple store to return them. >> they said you can't refund them here and spend here. >> apple said he couldn't use i tunes to buy an ipad or anything else at the store. >> he contacted us, we contacted apple. the company said dan shod have been allowed to change his cars saying if a customer reaches out to let us know we mistakenly puchlsed the wrong card, we work with them to resolve the issue and apple is posing this issue. and apple swapped dan's cards for store card. >> i did a track down there.
sfwl now, after the scammer hung up, dan's computer didn't work at all. he contacted his own tech support company which unlocked his computer so now, all is well. i'm michael finney. 7 on your side. you're looking at the new world's ugliest dog. the honors went to martha, a 3-year-old neopolitian mastiff. her owners say she loves the drul, snore and take naps. she faced off in a fashion show last night. the proud owner and her pooch left with $1500. still to come. the muslim holy month overshadowed this year by pacts of violence. the prayers for peace and the understanding. but first, outrang
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with us. we're seeing fog out there. let's check in with lisa. >> hey, chris, good morning. 56 minutes delays at sfo. you can see a mix of low clouds and sunshine here on the peninsula. so, we are looking at numbers in the city, clear and 57 degrees. 61 in oakland. 62 in mountain view. 63 degrees and at the beach, it's in the upper 50s in santa cruz. today, high clouds here. make it cooler once again. 56 santa rosa, 60 in concord, but fog has entered the valley at 58 degrees, so it continues with our cooldown today and from 3 to 7 drees cooler this morning from the delta to our inland east y. you'll notice the high clouds today, low 80s, 70s in parts of marin county. upper 80s inland so, a typical summertime day, but more sunshine on the way. the second half of your weekend, pride celebrations, i'll have the details in a few minutes.
>> thank you. now to the outrage from some after the health care plan from senate republicans was finally revealed. some republicans on the hill made it clear they're not on board arguing the cuts are too deep. mary bruce has more. >> at the airport, lawmakers leaving washington for the weekend got a harsh send off. angers erupting from california. >> are you ready to fight? >> to pennsylvania. if more than two republican senators vote no, the health care bill won't pass. and now, at least five say they're not on board. nevada's senator announcing his decision. >> this bill coming in front of the united states senate. not the answer. it's not the answer. >> heller was confronted by
angry constituents at a town hall in april. he did not hold back. calling claims that there were lower premiums a quote lie. >> there's an industry -- lower premiums. >> it also slashes medicaid, which provides insurance to 74 million disabled and low income americans and nearly 40% of the nation's children. kids like 5-year-old tyler brent, who has a heart condition. his mother says without medicaid, they could lose everythi. >> it shouldn't be up to lawmakers to decide. >> at least four moderate republicans are concerned the bill's cuts go too far. but for conservatives say they will oppose the bill because it doesn't go far enough ch. >> the bill may spend more in the next year or two than obama care does. >> even president trump admits getting the votes will be b difficult. it's very complicate d, you do something that's good for one group, but bad for another. a very, very narrow path. >> abc new, washington.
>> health care was the focus on president trump's weekly address. trump tweeted out his speech to his millions of followers. in it, he slammed democrats saying they need courage to fix obama care. trump also claimed that the affordable health care act has been reeking havoc on the nation's health care system. >> democrats in congress created this calamity and now, if we don't act, millions more americans will be hurt by obama care's deepening death spiral. the president called on democrat to put politics aside and vote for the new senate health care however, five republican senators have already voiced their opposition to it. the state assembly laid aside a proposal to bring single payer to california. the senate pass ed the $400 billion bill earlier this month, but didn't say how the state would raise money to pay for it. single payer is where residents
pay the state through higher taxes to cover health care costs for all residents. members decided to keep the bill in committee. now to the aftermath of that high-rise apartment fire in london. now to the aftermath of that high-rise apartment fire in london. hundreds of families have been evacuated from five buildings that have similar insulation. extr yor clouting as the one that burned. investigators have pinpointed the cause of the fire. a refrigerator freezer. at least 79 people are believed to have died in last week's fire. air bag maker takata is planning to file for bankruptcy. "the wall street journal" reports that takata's board is convening to review bankruptcy plans this weekend. the air bags have spawned lawsuits against several major awe though makers where the devices were linked to deaths and injuries. the y has ready pled guilty to criminal wrong doing and was told to pay $1 billion in penalties. the plan calls for selling operations to a rival firm for $1.6 billion.
downtown los angeles now has the tallest building west of the mississippi. yesterday, the 73-story wilshire grand opened with lights and fanfare. with views, it reaches 1100 feet tall. topping sales force tower in san francisco, which took the crown earlier this year. the building features a giant led screen at its top and the ability to run a light show up and down its length. that light show was on display for the first time last night. the wilshire grand cost $1.2 billion. there's office space, bars and intercontinental hotel which opens next sunday. a new snap chat feature is raising concerns among safety and privacy advocates. it's called snap maps. it plots users on to a map to users can see where they are and what they're doing. this video was provided by snap chat. users can select whether they want to use the feature. a child safety group child net international is encouraging
users not to share their location. especially with people they don't know. for the right price, one die hard disney fan can can bring home the ultimate piece of m memorabilia. this map of the park is unlike any other. the presentation map. drawn on the happiest place on earth was all but a gleam in walt disnedisney's eye. it was drawn in 1935. it will go up for auction % tomorrow. the opening bid is half a million dollars. 7 is owned by disney. hate crimes and bias incidents against the muslim community are on the rise. as ram don, the muslim holy month comes to a close, we spoke to muslims about the pain and their push for peace and understanding. starting the body while feeding the soul. a commitment to giving back and asking for forgiveness. rom dan, sometimes a chance known as a fresh start, but recent acts of violence
committed against muslims have been on the mind of many. >> we tend to stay in bubbles. >> so in a sermon of the west valley muslim association pushed about the importance of staying true on self-while not shying away from the world. >> if you understood how to harness that energy, we could change the world for the better. >> and using the past as an opportunity to educate and inform ohs for a bet e tomorrow. >> i think they can speak out against these types of things and people are hearing more and more about this. also, it's united in community. >> a desire to keep the faith, despite the struggle. >> there's a lot of good that muslims do here. locally. this community. feeding. like donating. a number of causes. >> making it known they're all in this together. >> this country is based upon that melting pot, we're all one an we're all going to live together and our diversity makes us stronger. >> a sentiment not lost as this
community looks ahead. the counsel for american islamic relations launched a new app yesterday where people can report bias incidents. you can find a link on our website. still ahead, nascar comes to the bay area. what you can expect this weekend at sonoma raceway. but first, a live look outside from our golden gate bridge camera. you can see the fog throughout the bay area right now. this part showing the bay bridge along. lisa will have your full forecast
lease the c300 for $399 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. a man in salt lake city is getting attention for his most recent tattoo. a crying lebron. he decided on the tata after hearing comparisons. he says every time he looks at it, it makes him laugh. happening today, the dike march. it hopes to bring people together to celebrate unity and raise consciousness about the community. the additional theme the call to
resist. abdi kating tr people displacing displacement or lacking health care. programming starts at the delores park at 11 krk a.m. w:0 with the march castro at :00. a cool start to the weekend. we'll see warming temperature sns. >> it's all relative to what we had the past oum of days and we'll see the cooldown continuing. here's a look at the san matteo bridge where you can see the line of low clouds where we have 58 degrees. looking at 62 in mountain view, numbers in the upper 70s today. and we'll talk about the warmth in inland and a continued cooldown across the bay area. your forecast is next. >> thank you. also ahead, raiders quarterback richest deal in nfl history. will he spend
in sports this morning the a's will try to beat the white sox again. daniel gose et takes to the mound for oakland. first pitch is at 11:10 a.m. it's pixar day at the park. all fans are encouraged to come to the game dressed as their favorite character. the giants will try to end a three-game skid. first pitch is at 4:15. last night, the giants returned home to face new york. here's anthony flores with highlights.
>> good morning, everyone. the giants needed a wake up call for a night game. you see, they returned to san francisco just before 5:00 a.m. after a road trip to the south. batting practice was canceled to give the team some extra rest. it didn't help. the giants came in losers of nine of their last ten gapes takening on the mets, belt hits it down the right field line. strand walks home. on the double, so the game is tied at 1-1 but not for long. seth with an rbi double of his own. they regain the lead 2-1 and that starts a six-run inning for cespedes. lasted just three innings. the mets beat the giants 11-4. the a's in chicago to take on the white sox. top one with a man on. chris davis is going a jog through the rk. a two-run shot.
his 19th of the season and the a's take a 2-0 lead. more power in the fifth. matt tablgs a slow sew loy fly. his ninth of the year. has a a lead in the sixth due to a blister on his throwing hand. white sox said the time at the play with two outs in the ninth, but matt davidson takes him to the warning track. the a's with just their second show out this season. 3-0 is the final. derek carr has big plans after his record payday. he said he's going to chick-fil-a. that's how the raider's quarterback plans to splurge after signing the richest deal in nfl history. carr inked a five-year extension worth 125 million bucks. 40 million is fully guaranteed. it keeps carr in silver and black through the 2022 season. he plans to toe nate some to charity.
despite the huge contract, carr says he didn't want the deal to hurt the team. >> was it the most important thing to me? not really. most important thing was it get done. and my family would be taken care of and my competitors. i wasn't going to sit there and say no, i need more. i was not going to be difficult. i was not going to be the one. they might try to drive me up more and i had to talk him off the ledge a little bit. friday was the nhl entry dwraft the 19th overall pick. the sharks took american jh norr. now, the 18-year-old scored 27 goals for the s. national under 18 team. that is a look at your morning sports. have a great weekend, everyone. now, your accuweather forecast with lisa. >> good saturday morning to you. from our east bay hills camera, usually you can count on the low clouds and fog from mt. tam, but
you can see the deck of clouds, the fog intrusion make k its way to the livermore valley. concord, you're clear and a nice sight to wake up to, so cooler numbers today. this is what you're expecting today. upper 80s today. tomorrow, the coolest days come monday and tuesday, then warming up, but, we are looking at the wins in san francisco and it will keep the city cool. in fact, the winds could gust up to 20 miles an hour at times. so, be advised of that. if you're comeing into san francisco. and waking up to the low clouds, not only here, but we have some mist and drizzle at the coast, so have to use the wipers for some early this morning. the deck of low clouds, another weather system to the south down in southern california and this will bring up high cloud, a few
mid level clouds particularly to the south and the rest of the bay area, too, so we'll call it a mix of clouds and sun. from mt. tam, you'll notice it's not as breezy, but it's sunny. 61 in oakland. good morning to you. 62 mown tun view. san jose waking up to the low 60s and we're in the upper 50s in gilroy. 56 on the coast. so, back to our roof camera, we can see how gray it is here. we won't get into partly cloudy skies in san francisco, but from the north bay, it's going to ta fwra at the coast. 60 in con sord. livermore. clouds for you this morning and from the gold b b gate bridge, look agent the deck of marine lair. pretty shall doe deck and we'll get partly cloudy skies from time to time, but certainly a change from what we've had the past week and drizzle this morning.
the cooling continues through the weekend into early next week, but mild here in san francisco tomorrow. o your hour by hour forecast, notice the depth of low clouds pulling back not to the coast. here it is 1:00 and cloudy. all the way down the peninsula he here. in fact, the winds are going to kick up as well, so it will get quite breezy, to keep that in mind. if you're in oakland. temperatures are going to be around average in the low 70s today ch little change for the week ahead so, pretty good. be able to do whatever f you planned. temperatures today in the low 70s for rich mond. 78 palo alto, san jose at 82 degrees and 4:15 start with numbers in the upper 50s by b about 9:00. if you download our app, you'll notice we're we're getting into the june swing of things with the ebb and flow of the low clouds, the fog and the valley. not too hot though. 60s, breezy and with the numbers coming down each day, download
the app so track the temperatures. most people should be comfort bable andoh kay with this. >> it looks perfect. thank you. at sonoma this weekend, the roar of engines. nascar has rolled in along with all of the companies. wayne friedman has more from the track. >> welcome to sonoma raceway where this weekend, usual rules of road will not apply. >> these guys don't use hand signals or turn signals or anything. >> that is nascar in a nutshell as this ken lewis from eugene, oregon, just another member of this weekend's know maddic tribe. >> one with 38 stops per year that can leave a person partially death. especially if he thrilled to exhaustion by caution. we are on pit road where men checking tire pressure never before seemed to fascinated. wander close enough, you'll whiff the ethanol.
>> there's no room for luggage in here. >> no, sir. have to travel light. >> as nascar races go, this is unusual. a road with hills, steep turns, elevation changes, up close in one location or park your rv high on the hill in a space that sold for $1500 for the whole weekend. dinner anyone? ♪ >> across the so-called street, they're just having beer and lots of it, who describe their ample provisioning. >> 630 for the two of us. >> 180 beers. >> that's 90 per man. >> well, i'll probably drink 85 at least. >> in summary, it may be more than cars needing a pit row before the end. but this weekend. abc 7 news. and if you're headed to
sonoma this weekend, there will be an interactive display of pixar's cars 3 where you can take pictures with lightning mcqueen and cruise ramirez. the display opens at noon and ends at 4:00 today. next, the warriors are fresh off u the championship. how you can see them play softball for charity. request
. here are the winning in your opinions from last night's drawing. 12, 20, 53, 66, 74 and the mega number, 11. nobody picked off six, so tuesday night's jackpot goes up to $145 million. a celebrity solve ball game featuring some world champions. the third annual ja vel mcghee foundation's celebrity charity softball game. it will take place at the oakland coliseum today at 2:30. several warriors are tentatively expected to play. kevin durant, clay thompson and draymond green. marshawn lynch and other local celebrities are also expected to attend. 6 a:57 is the time and a weather check with lisa. >> 80 degrees around 2:30. should be a nice day with a mix of clouds and sun in oakland by a 30 degree spread today. 61, half moon bay.
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