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now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah. chase. so you can. today is saturday, august 5th. good morning. thanks so much for joining us. off to a muggy start to the weekend. here's francis. se's in for lisa this morning. >> good morning, everyone. some changes are on the way. we're starting off with live doppler 7 showing you the satellite aim nlg and clouds pushing east. the moisture will bring rain over sacramento and thunderstorms over tahoe. you can see the fog over the bay bridge as we look from emoryville and temperatures range, san francisco, 59,
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oakland, 60. san jose, 64. half moon bay, 57 degrees. we're seeing clear skies over part of the bay from mt. tam. temperatures are in the oo 50s and santa rosa, till mild in concord and livermore near the mid-60s. still muggy during the 7:00 hour. by noon, clouds pull back to the coast. warm and sun thi this afternoon. drier afr before the sun sets a 8:14. >> thank you. this morning, investigators want to know why two murder suspects from chicago were in the bay area. northwestern university professor wyndham latham and andrew warren are accused of killing a 26-year-old man. they've been on the run for more than a week. u.s. marshals caught both last night in oakland. leslie brinkley has more. >> u.s. marshals say 42-year-old wyndham latham considered at the federal courthouse before 8:00 tonight.
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56-year-old andrew warren surrendered at park station in san francisco around the same time. >> he was without incident. he did turn himself in and we confirmed he was wanted out of chicago for a murder. >> chicago police had been searching for the men since last thursday night. that's when 26-year-old trenton corn l was found stabbed to death in latham's luxury apartment. police say it was a gruesome scene. >> this place is very safe. most of the time. i've been here 14 years. >> police say the men appeared to have live nd the apartment together. lathen was an associate professor of micro biology at northwestern university. >> i had him give a talk and he seemed like a normal guy. >> police say latham put together a video apology he sent to family and friends, which they shared with u.s. marshals. they're not releasing the video because it's part of the investigation.
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i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> and the abc 7 new app sent out a push alert moments after it was confirmed. you can be the first to know when breaking news happens. download the app and enable push alerts. our unusual rain and humidity has been causing problems on the streets. construction crews in san francisco said their newly paved concrete drys slower in muggy conditions. at the salon, it's a whole different issue. >> people are like, what is going on, my hair is going crazy. >> storm also brought lightning thursday night and just to be safe, fire lookout towers on mt. tam and marin county are staffed. now to the desert southwest after one person is missing being swept away on the las vegas strip. video shows how deep the water was.
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fire crew rescued seven people. heavier rain from the same pm sent a wall of mud and debris streaming through the arizona desert. it crushed a temporary camp site. a chopper crew from a phoenix tv station alerted the campers to the coming flood by circling around the camp and flying low. they got out in time and no one was hurt. clean up is underway in los angeles county after flash flooding. you can see the damage to homes and businesses. cars became stranded, forcing dramatic rescues. some streets remain flooded, but the water rs now much calmer. you can stay on top of the weather where you live with the abc 7 accuweather app. just search accuweather in your app store to download. 6:04 is the time. now to the detwiler fire that destroyed 63 homes near yosemite. cal fire says it was sparked by gunfire. a $2,000 reward is being offer
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to find whoever was responsible. the fire started on july 16th and has burned 81,000 acres. it is 97% contained. this morning, the remain of a marine are back home after a tragic accident. a memorial is scheduled today for 23-year-old marine corporal skyler james who died after he was struck by lightning last month in north carolina. it happened while he worked as an aviation mechanic. last night, friends and family gathered to pay tribe. american legion and patriot guard riders were inside the terminal as the marine master sergeant carried the ashes of the 23-year-old pete lieu ma high school graduate. he enlisted in 2014. >> when ever i would talk to him, he was like mom, it's just a mechanic. they told me he excelled at an exceptional rate and the morning
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this happened, he was promoted to lead mechanic on the osprey, i don't know the technical words, but he never bragged about it. >> for the four days skyler was there before he was pronounced brain dead, there was a vigil of his marine brothers and sisters that were there constantly. the marines really mean it when they say they're family and they took such good care of robin. >> a motorcade lead by riders and local law enforcement. some will call u him a hero, but a ferry captain insists he just happened to be in the right place at the right time to rescue ten people from a sunken boat. cell phone video shows the damage. it hit a rock here al kai traz. the captain said he got the call and sped to the rescue. >> as we got there, the boat had started taking on enough ater to the point where we got everybody off. they were very happy. everybody was happy and cheered and the it was a great feeling.
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>> the passengers were taken to pier 33. thankfully, no injuries to report. a central valley woman is in the hospital after surviving on insects and water from a cow trough for more than two weeks. she crashed her car on july 17th. after the crash, she was nowhere to be found. that until yesterday morning. abc 7 news anchor ana dates has the story. >> a teacher has been found alive weeks after she crashed her car and disappeared. search volunteers found her near a fence less than a mile away from the july 17th crash site. >> i did not wake up this morning thinking that i would find jamie and it's a miracle we tid. volunteers decided to come back
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to the original site and look around one last time. that's when search crews spotted something unusual. >> something out of the ordinary. it looked like a set of knees. i'm like, boy, you know, all of a sudden, that's her. so we got out, i wonder if she's alive, then she said, i'm alive. >> the sheriff says she was severely sunburned, dehydrated and malnourished, but didn't want to be rescued. >> we were treating her here, talking about getting her to the hospital and such and she didn't want anything to do with that. she just wanted food and water and let her go. >> she survived by eating insects and drinking water from a nearby cow trough. she was air lifted to the hospital. officials say she had been b struggling wh emotional issues prior to the crash. once released from the hospital, she'll be released to her relatives. teachers aren't the only ones who make an impact. happening today, the diablo is having trainees. you can apply at the district
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office in concord today between 8:00 a.m. and noon. qualified candidates may be hired the same day. today, rival high school football teams will come together to support an east bay teenager and his family. jake javier break his neck when he fell into a pool last year. the football player was paralyzed the day before his graduation from san ramon valley high school. former de la salle football coach has organized a charity game for his family. the game begins at 4:00 this morning. we've got fog behind us over the bay bridge. >> did you miss it? it's back and it's going to cool things down and bring us some drier, cooler air. we're looking live over the low clouds and fog. i'll let you know what you can expect for the weekend. >> thank you. >> also, new details about a
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stand off this week in san francisco. why police were at the suspect's home nearly two months ago. also ahead, etiquette on t
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shots fires call near 15th and beaver then got into a 14-hour stand off with the man. sources say he killed his mother. for now, the suspect is recovering from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. happening today, family members of a man shot and killed by santa clara police are demanding action. back in march, police killed a 24-year-old man after they say he threatened him with a man. family members say he was unarmed and only wearing trunks. family members will share more about their lawsuit today at noon at city hall. extra police officers are out at san francisco's delores park after a triple shooting. the police department tweeted this picture saying mission station officers with working to keep the park safe for everyone.
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police are looking to identify as many as five people in connection with the shooting. it happened on the pedestrian bridge off church street on thursday. one victim remains in critical condition. uber is down to three choices for its new ceo, none of which are women. the company searched nationwide for top female exetives, but apparently, none are interested. they have faced several scandals, top investors demands the former ceo to step down this summer. uber is expeblgted to name his replacement by labor day. b.a.r.t. has playfully reb responded to a tweet from one rider disturbed by another. chris waters tweeted this picture of a man shaving yesterday morning. the man was always eating a sloppy bowl of oatmeal. >> once the train starts going, you can see it sloshing around. this is some of the craziest behavior. he one ups it by pulling out the shaver and goes to town.
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taking care of his business. >> my, oh, my. they tweeting a limerick in response. it says shaving on b.a.r.t. is disgusting. your social skills beg for adjusting. as food makes a mess and causes distress, the people around you are judging. take note of that. are you looking for a new feline friend? an animal shelter in the south bay, an animal shelter in the south bay, katie has the story from san jose. >> richard is adopting the ket kitten from the animal care center and he has a very special reason why. >> i was adopted and i think adoption is an amazing thing and i always think good to pay it forward and you know, if i wasn't adopted, i wouldn't have a home. so i want to give the cat the same opportunity. >> it's been a particularly busy kitten season. there are more than 300 cats and kittens at the shelter. >> we love all our animals here. they are currently overwhelmed with our cats and kittens, so we
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will take all the help we can get. >> help in the form of taking one home to a love k family. >> their cute little faces don't sale the deal. they're on sale. adult cats are free through sunday and kittens, just $10. >> they are also debt desperate for shelter homes. >> christina is an animal advocate and points people to save a kitten san jose. there, you can find out when new kittens enter the system and need fostering. >> it is a commitment of time and emotion, particularly love. in the end, your house shrinks and your heart expands! for more on, go to abc 7 for a link to the shelter's program. thousands of students in san francisco will have new school supplies this year. happening today, the salvation army's annual back to school
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carnival. they are passing out free backpacks to 16,000 low income children this year. those backpacks are filled with notebooks, paper and pencils. families had to sign up in advance to participate. the santa clara county fire is one of the shortest in the state, just four days, and this is the only weekend to catch it. after some spots caused by the 2008 economic crisis, the fair is on the comeback trail. but as david lui shows us, its future could be determined soon. >> this is a where people still compete for ribbons and to partake of food you may not want to tell your doctor you've eaten and to get acquainted with animals. >> they may be the biggest attraction because you think about how many urban kids never, ever see a farm animal. especially a large one.
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>> 5-year-old ellie has a cat that loves this pig. >> how much do you like petting the animals? >> a lot. i like it 100%. >> do you get to do this often? >> no, only when the fair happens. >> but the fair's future is on the line. the attendance has shrunk. and the four-day run is expected to lose up to $200,000. other events held will off set that. the county is considering propals so redrop the site with or without the fair. >> i want to say to my grandchildren, i used to go. what's a fair, it's part of history. it should be part of us always. >> quilt makers have other places to show their work, but for young 4-h club members, this is their showcase. >> when you're here and you're giving that outreach to them, it's really, really important and it's something the public shouldn't lose. >> they believe the fairs won't
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disappear. >> i think people have an inner desire to see animals and produce and things that people make. things that bring ties to the land. >> in san jose, david lui, abc 7 news. good morning. live doppler 7 and satellite image, you see these muggy conditions. that moisture is coming in from the south and starting to push east. within the past hour, we've seen thunderstorms off the coast. here in the bay area, a mix of clouds as well. some fog even at the coast, the marine layer is pushing in and making a comeback. temperatures range from the 50s. half moon bay, 57, with limited visibility, then check out how warm it is in some areas like antioch. san jose at 64 right now. but compared to yesterday at this time, quite a bit cooler, anywhere from 5 to 12 degrees
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cooler because of the marine influence and fog pushing its way into some inland locations. here's a live view from mt. tam. also some partial clearing. we will be dealing with lingering humidity this morning, but then drier air moves in the rest of the weekend and then we'll see a typical summer like pattern with fog at the coast. sunshine inland. cloudy and mild and half moon bay in the 60s. san francisco, 69. oakland, 74. comfortable weather there. low 80s through part of the south bay. 83 in san jose, but still warm inland. we'll see the low 90s in ant ok and in livermore and if you're heading to the fair, a mild start this morning. it will be 70 degrees by 11:00 and then lots of sunshine this afternoon hitting the upper 80s, but then things start to cool
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down as the clouds move in tonight dropping into the 50s, so that's going to be a lot more comfortable, also for the santa clara county fair, temperatures will be off to a warm start by 11:00. mostly sunny conditions again, all the clouds pulling back to the coast by about noon, so sunny and warm and mild. t-shirt and shorts weather, so slather on the sunscreen if you're head iing there. temperatures will be b in the mid-80s and cooler tonight in 70s. also, there's an earthquake match again this ooempk or rather tonight. 7:30. temperatures in the 70s. even at 9:30 still on the mild side. so you probably won't need a jacket. however, with that marine influence, starting to kick in, lows tonight will be a little bit cooler. especially along the coast. we'll see 50s there, san francisco, 55. half moon bay, 56, so you can open the windows, let the cooler air in around the bay as well. oakland, 59, still mild in the east bay valleys and also in san jose. 62 your low for tonight. here's the seven-day forecast. a mild and muggy morning, but
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things are changing we'll see drir and more frizz free hair this afternoon. a typical pattern tomorrow where we'll see fog in the morning and sunshine in the afternoon inland. throughout the rest of the week, but typically, 60s at the coast and 90s inland and then comfoe around the bay. mid-70s to near 80s, so this summer weather ahead of us. once we get past this moisture, which will bring thunderstorms to the tahoe area. just ahead, no web slinging or spidey suit for this wall climber. his amazing feat when we ret
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. and now, what's coming up at 7:00 on good morning america. >> coming up, breaking news overnight. a nation man hunt has come to an aend. a professor and oxford employee are behind bars wanted for murder in a luxury chicago apartment. one of the suspects confessing in a video. plus, a teacher is now home after being lost in the wilderness for nearly a week. rescuers finding her and her dog days after they both disappeared. the survival tricks she used to make it out alive and finally, pmore than half a billion dollas are up for grabs and the jackpot continues to escalate as
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anticipation grows ahead of tonight's drawing. hope to see you soon. the next apple watch will make it even easier to connect to the internet. several reports say the cupertino company is planning to put in built in cellar modems inside the watch. that means you won't have to have your phone nearby, smart watches from lg and samsung offer similar options. the next watch is expected to be released in september. police have arrested man dubbed the spider-man of mexico city. cell phone video shows him climbing up the city's nestle tower thursday without protection or gear. take a look at this. wearing just tennis shoes, shorts, a black t-shirt and hat, he made it to the top. he is from russia and was take ben to the national institute for migration. if you're flying anywhere this weekend, severe weather is causing major problems across the country. falling trees, flooding and
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it's half past the hour on this saturday morning. thanks so much for joining us. we're off to a cloudy start. here's francis in for lisa. >> cloudy and still muggy as the monsoonal moisture influences the bay area, but that's starting to push east bringing rain towards sacramento and even thunderstorms towards tahoe this afternoon and into the weekend. temperatures right now are running anywhere from 5 to 12 degrees cooler because of the marine influence, so that's a change. 59 in san francisco. oakland, 60. san jose, 64. pretty live shot in from the east bay hills. still muggy during the morning hours. warm and sunny this afternoon. with temperatures mild at the
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coast, warm inland in the low 90ss and enjoy a typical summertime pattern and drier air into the weekend. >> and we want to talk about the severe weather across the country. six people were rescued from the link hotel and casino on the las vegas strip yesterday afternoon after flash flooding. one person was swept away by the waters and is still missing this morning. in other parts of the country, thunderstorms have caused more than 1700 flight cancellations and more delays. here's geo with the update. >> severe weather bearing down on the northeast. drenching new yorkers during the morning commute. northwest of city, a waterspout on lake erie. >> my hand rs shaking. >> east of cleveland, a mother killed when a tree fell on her suv and east of salt lake city.
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>> medical, two teenagers struck by lightning. >> in all, three children hit, two in critical condition. dangerous storms striking across the country in the last 24 hours. >> all of a sudden, it was heavy hail and wind and things started coming out of the trees. >> in maryland, a 14-year-old girl also lost her life when a tree hit this car. in chicago, concertgoers forced to evacuate. >> i guess the weather is too crazy for us to play right now. >> torrential rain causing flash flooding. multiple air rescues and some 200 passengers stranded for a time on this commuter train. monsoon storms in the phoenix area. snapping trees and powerlines, air travel disrupted two, more than 1,000 flights canceled nationwide. abc new, new york. >> this weekend, president trump is feeling the pressure as he starts his 17-day vacation. two grand juries are now involved in the russia investigation, but this morning, he's getting some help from his attorney general, who has just declared a war on leaks. see.
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>> president trump landing in new jersey, the start of a 17-day get away at his bedminister golf club, but looming over him, the russia probe now heating up u. robert mueller using that washington grand jury to investigate possible collusion between the president and his team and russia. just hours after the news broke, the president down right defiant during a campaign rally in west virginia. >> are there any russians here tonight? any russians? >> president trump lashing out. >> most people know there were no russians in our campaign. there never were. we didn't win because of russia. we won because of you. >> the president has also launched a full throated assault on leaks that have plagued his
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administration from the start. blaming his own embattled attorney general for not doing enough to stop them. >> i want the attorney general to be much tougher on the leaks from intelligence agencies. which are leaking like rarely have they ever leaked before. >> message received. >> i have this warning for would be leakers. don't do it. >> jeff sessions announced a crackdown, saying leak investigations have tripled in the trump era, a new fbi unit now forming to handle them. and they are reviewing their policy on issuing subpoenas journalist. >> we will not allow rogue, anonymous sources with security clearances to sell out our country. >> yet another embarrassing leak for the west wing, classified transcripts of the president's private phone calls with world leerds made public, revealing contentious conversations, like with australia's prime minister.
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president trump ended the call saying this is the most unpleasant call all day. putin was a pleasant call, this is ridiculous. the president escaping washington, but not the russia cloud still hanging over him. abc news, the white house. >> the president is focusing on the economy. in his weekly address, he says his administration is introducing a tax plan to create more b jobs. he says his plan will bring factories back to the states. an immigration bill proposed this week h create a merit based green card system. it would stop immigrants from abusing the welfare system. >> you not get welfare for five years when you come into our country. you can't just come in like impast week, years and decades, you come in, immediately start picking up welfare. >> the president also highlight ed this week's stock market. the dow jones industrial average reached an all time high on wednesday. breaking 22,000 points.
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a new york jury convicted former pharmaceutical ceo martin shkreli of securities fraud. the jury found him guilty on three of eight counts following nearly five days of deliberations. federal prosecutors accused him of cheating investors out of $11 million between 2009 and 2014 in what amounted to a ponzi scheme. afterward, he claimed victory. >> this was a witch hunt of epic proportions and maybe they found one or two broom sticks, but at the nd of the day wefrk been acquitted of the most important chashlgs of this case. >> shkreli faces 45 years in prison for the three guilty counties. the 34-year-old is notorious for a price gouging scandal involving a life saving aids drug. researchers have uncovered a dangerous way for people to trick self-driving vehicles. researchers found that covering street signs with stickers can confuse the vehicles vision systems. for instance, slight changes to
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stop signs caused one vehicle to identify them as 45 mile per hour speed limit signs. researchers say car makers may have to use a form of artificial intelligence to help determine if a sign is out of place. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, a lot to talk about. bay area high school students sharing an increde bable experience and some of them could be the first in their families to attend college. also, look outside from our golden gate bridge camera. it is foggy out there. wow, we'll get a check of the full ak u weather forecast from our m
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allll mine. welcome back. strict parking restrictions go into effect at the gold b gate bridge. starting this weekend, parking will be prohinted in the lots at both end of the bridge. the restrictions will be in effect from 11:00 a.m. p.m. they're intend ed to improve traffic flow by mitigating the back ups that happen as drivers wait for space to be open. also, today, soccer fans can enjoy ice cream and root beer before the game against columbus
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crew u soccer club. they're hosting their annual root beer float night. if you go, you might get a scoop from matt, he's volunteering at the fund-raiser today. donations benefit the positive coaching alliance. a group that mentors young athletes. the quakes will bring out the ice cream at 5:30 tonight. the game begins at 7:30. how will the weather be? >> gorgeous. clear and warm afternoon and evening in the south bay. here's a live shot of sfo, partial clearing, no major flight te lays, but i'll let you know b about the drier conditions and less muggy conditions on its way. >> looking forward to that. thank you. also ahead, steph curry is out
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♪ good morning, everyone. here's a live look outside. we hope your day is off to great start. francis will have more with the full ak u weather forecast coming up. happening today, 49ers faithful will be able to watch their team in action. they are hosting an open practice at levi stadium. the first chance fans have to see them drurg training camp. the public practice will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. tickets are still available.
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it includes hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza. proceeds benefit the 49ers foundation. the giants are holding a 20th anniversary team reunion to honor the 1997 national league west champs. many credit that team for turning the franchise around. the ceremony starts at 5:30 at at&t park. the giants then take on the diamondbacks at 6:05 p.m. also today, the a's are in anaheim to face the angels. first pitch is at 6:07 p.m. steph curry added to list of accolades. here's this morning's sports report. >> good morning. well, we know steph curry is a phenomenal athlete especially on the basketball court and his other passion is golf. he found out yesterday he's not quite ready for the tour just yet. he started the day 4 over and bogeyed four of the first nine holes for a 39 on the front
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nine. he was spraying his driver everywhere. he ended the day with another 74, two birdies and six bogeys. missed the cut, finished 148th in the 156 man field. it's always fun to challenge yourself gebs against athletes from other sports. he was just having fun being a part of the tournament and brought twice the normal amount of fans to the event. >> when you don't know what to expect going in, it's hard to set expectations and after how yesterday went, i'm proud of backing that up with another solid round because it could have gone either way. it could have been all those 80, 90 talks going into the tournament, but proud that like i said, having consistent effort for 36 holes an kind of getting my feet wet. >> a lot of fun for everyone. after splitting a four-game set with the a's.
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always try to go at least one game with your best friend. paul hit three homers friday night. mad bum bare keeps them in the park. arizona with a 2-1 lead. bottom six. scary moment for bell. clocked above the ear by anthony. belt had nowhere to go and it him him square. he missed 46 games in 2014. 15 in 2015 with concussions, this could be a stint on the dl and d backs will hold on for a 2-1 victory. a's hit the road to face the angels in southern cal. matt chapman excited to play in front of his friends an family. knocks a two-run homer over the left field wall, his family, going nuts. bottom 7, a's bull pen implodes again. trying to knot it at six. still tied. now two out. now escobar with a slow roll and chapman can't handle it an revere score, 7-6 angels and an 8-6 victory.
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track and field championships in london and usain bolt is running his final race as a pro. his first heat ran a 10.07 on cruise control. the only sprinter better to win three straight golds setting world records in all three events, he's an 11-time world champion, simply the best. that's the way the ball bounces. have a great day. i'm the weather we've been seeing, you can see the air circulating, some thunderstorms over the waters, and notice this monsoonal moisture. the muggy conditions this past week is starting to push east and that is starting to bring thunderstorms to the tahoe area. now, a mix of clouds and more are starting to build. that's bringing temperatures
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down as well as visibility by the coast. it's down to one and a half miles in half moon bay, one and three quarters in petaluma and three quarters in santa rosa. live shot from emoryville. calm conditions over the water, but you see the low clouds. also cooler compareded to yesterday at this time. oakland, 60, mountain view, 60. half moon bay, 57 degrees. this time, we're looking from mt. tam over the beautiful sunrise and we see some of those high clouds bringing us the humidity, but as that pushes east, we'll see drier weather this afternoon. in santa rosa, it's 57, napa, 56. fairfield, concord, in the 60s and livermore as well. mild overnight. this time, we're looking from out towards the bay bridge and those low clouds once again, so we have lingering humid thety this morning, but then drier air the rest of this weekend. you'll notice it this afternoon,
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it will start to change, then we're right into the typical summertime pattern, which means fog at the coast, sunshine inland with a wide range of temperatures. let me show you the forecast animation for today. moisture puchs east then the fog move in once again tonight overnight into tomorrow morning. now, highs today will range once again still very warm in the south bay, 83 in san jose. and at the beach, temperatures will be in the 60s, but really comfort bable through men low park and palo alto. 71 degrees. 64 in san matteo and look for cloudy conditions to prevail in the sunset district. 66 there, but sunnier downtown san francisco, almost near 70. upper 80s through santa rosa. even some 90s in cloverdale and lake port and also, t-shirt and shorts weather perfect in the east bay.
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low 90s in some of the warmest spots could hit 94 in brentwood, plenty of sunshine as well. now with the marine layer kicking in tonight, temperatures will be cooler. mild still in part of the east bay valley. 60s and even parts of the south bay, san jose, 62 degrees, but we'll see 50s at the coast and you can let that cool marine air in and cool your house down. here's the seven-day forecast, mild and muggy this morning, then a typical pattern starting tomorrow with a drier air moving in and that means 90s inland. a wide range of temperatures continues throughout the week, but we'll be comfortable at least with the drier air. >> thank you. some bay area high school students are working hard this summer to become the next leaders in the medical field. they graduate from their program today. kate larson has the story from san francisco general hospital.
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>> at 16 years old, luis is already assisting at zuckerberg san francisco general translating for dr. elizabeth murphy in a diabetes clinic today. >> they look at it, they just -- any sort of medication for it. >> he is one of 15 incoming seniors from public high schools in san francisco and the east bay chosen for this summer's junior academy upon sored by the ucsf trauma institute. >> it gives these kitds a really early exposure to the medical field, all parts. not just being a physician, be but a medical assistant. >> i saw within the medical field i'm able to help others and that's my main concern. >> he goes to richmond high school and has been taking bart into san francisco for this program. his own father has diabetes and he says through his experience, he's been inspired to help and give back. >> i've seen the type of community that i come from and they need a lot of help. >> the students are aspiring leaders and people who can
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affect change. >> robert is director of the program which takes the students everywhere providing unique opportunities to the students. >> although they may not have all the resources, they do have the ability i am loving it. >> luis hopes to pursue a career in physical therapy. kate larsen, nbc 7 news. coming up, aloha. the annual festival starts today on the peninsula. learn about the fun you ca
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10:00 this morning. it will be comfortable, but right now, we have cool conditions at the coast with the marine rayer, so cooler in novato and santa rosa in the 50s, but 72 in antioch. this afternoon temperature, temperatures will range mild and cloudy at the coast. san francisco, 69 degrees to the low 90s inland and it's still muggy and mild. we'll be in a typical pattern, which means fog at the coast, sunshine inland. temperatures in the 90s. in the inland areas, 70s to near 80 and 60s along the coast, so a typical pattern and crier air. >> thank you. and thank to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings. news continues now online, twitter, facebook and instagram. good morning america is next. abc 7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. we'll see you then.
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