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>> announcer: live where you live, this is "abc 7 news." ♪ a cloud over google. the company ceo takes the stage and delivers a message to young girls trying to break into silicon valley. good evening and thank you for joining us tonight. i'm ama daetz. >> i'm dan ashley. google ceo delivered his remarks in mountain view this evening. it happened around the same time james damore was on the google campus. >> he's the man fired from the company pending the now infamous memo on gender diversity. he held a sign saying "fired while telling the truth" while wearing a shirt with the word gulag. >> katie marzullo is live in mountain view with the new developments. katey. >> reporter: dan, ama, the event was an award ceremony for girls in tech. the ceo of google gave the girls
a well- received pep talk. that was after he cancered a company meeting on gender diversity. >> you belong here and we need you. >> reporter: google ceo sunld ar pichai addressed the girls in mountain view. >> i want you to know there is a place for you in this industry. there's a place for you at google. don't let anyone tell you otherwise. >> reporter: his words came hours after he cancelled a companywide meeting on jenner issues. the town hall, scheduled in the aftermath of a controversial memo on gender diversity written by an employee who since has been fired. >> we should recognize thate to these ways. >> reporter: james damore wrote women are not equally represented in tech for biological reasons. >> it is definitely a defining moment for the world and for our culture. >> reporter: maggie johnson is vice president of google for ed
cage. she believes in the power of programs like technovation. >> i think what is really inspiring is they did this on their own basically. >> reporter: these girls who came from all over the world created apps to solve a global problem. >> i do have tech, i found it i. knew nothing about it before technovation but i have fallen in love with it through the competition. >> reporter: he told employees there will be forums in coming days in lieu of the cancelled town hall meeting. in mountain view, katie marzullo, "abc 7 news." >> to developing news now, north korea is responding to president trump's fire and fury comment with plans for an attack. state media reports a plan to fire four missiles near the u.s. island territory of guam. could be finalized within a week. here is abc news reporter emily r row. >> he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before, what will happen in north korea. >> reporter: strong words for north korea's leader, responding
to kim jong-un's specific threat to launch missiles near the u.s. island of guam, and not backing down on his talk of fire and fury. >> it is about time somebody stuck up for the people of this country and for the people of other countries. so if anything, maybe that statement wasn't tough enough. >> reporter: the president tight-lipped on possible next steps, a sentiment echoed by secretary of defense james mattis. >> don't tell the enemy in advance what i'm going to do. >> reporter: president trump insists he has the support of many leaders. former jimmy carter weigh in on the situation today saying the harsh rhetoric probably eliminated any chance of peace talks between the u.s. and north korea. emily row, abc news, washington as you heard, secretary of defense james mattis refused to reveal details about u.s. strategy involving north korea, but he did have something to say during a stop today in silicon valley. "abc 7 news" was in mountain view as he toured a military technology research facility at
moffett field. he said he backs efforts by the administration to seek a diplomatic solution. >> the american effort is diplomatically led. it has diplomatic traction, it is gaing diplomatic results. >> mattis also said the u.s. military is ready to take action if north korea launches an attack. that possibility is convincing some californians to buy a bomb shelter. the owner of atlas survival shelters in the l.a. area says over the last few days he's had lines of people who want to buy. >> i've sold everything i've got. i sold like 30 in the last two days, but that in the old days would have been a year's worth. >> he's now out of stock. the shelters range from those placed underground to above ground models that can fit inside a garage. they run from $10,000 to $100,000 new tonight, a magnitude earthquake struck off southern marin county. some reported feeling it in san francisco. no injuries or damage reported
at all sky 7 was over a bad accident involving a san francisco garbage truck on 280 earlier this evening. it happened during rush hour around 5:30 near the almani boulevard off it was headed northbound and dangled over the southbound side. it showed the truck teetering over the center divide. all lanes of the highway reopened around 9:15. two people had minor injuries a busy night for san francisco firefighters continued with this water"a 7 news" was n building as firefighters rescued a man from the cold waters of we bay.as cscio and he breathing. pa paramedics treated him once they brought him on land? >> 40-year-old david deporis was killed yesterday afternoon while chasing down the robber who stole his computer. here's "abc 7 news" reporter cornell barnard. >> reporter: a candle burns at a small memorial on rich street in
oakland where david deporis lost his life wednesday. >> i'm sad today. >> reporter: friends gathered in berkley to remember the singer/song writer outside a converted school bus named splendor. he toured with fellow musicians in the bus. >> dave was a mystic and he was a spiritual dude and really special. ♪ freedom >> reporter: friends say he loved writing and performing his music. >> he had a degree of magic that he was able to bring into his performances. it was really can't vating. >> reporter: police say david deporis was sitting at this cafe on telegraph avenue when someone grabbed his laptop and jumped into a car. david deporis chased the thief. he grabbed the side of the car and was briefly dragged until he was run over. the suspect got away. neighbors found him gravely injured. >> i don't know him, but he's young. he had his whole life ahead of him. i wish he would have let go but maybe he couldn't. >> property can be replaced but life can't, and in this instance
it was dangerous. >> reporter: neighbors who never knew david deporis are paying respect. >> i didn't know you, but i know your story. >> reporter: friends believe much of david deporis's recorded music was on that stolen laptop. they hope to share other clips of him singing on social media, sharing his talents with the bay area and the world ♪ >> reporter: in oakland, cornell bernard "abc 7 news." new tonight, thieves are targeting up scale homes along an east bay golf course. the contra costa county sheriff's office released pictures of burglars wanted for break-ins last friday. they appeared to enter from the back of the homes, accessing from the golf course itself. federal atf agents just made their largest number arrests for one operation in history right here in the bay area. individual wrote shared with "abc 7 news" shows operation cold day. after a two-year investigation,
law enforcement arrested more than 75 people tuesday and yd in san mateo and san francisco counties. they seized more than 100 ounces of illegal drugs, 90 stolen guns and 48 stolen cars. one neighbor, who shared this cellphone video with us, says he has seen a lot of strange activity next door. >> there's a lot of women going in and out of there, cars, motorcycles, people coming in, you know, on a daily basis. you might see 20 people just show up, go in, and leave. >> the san mateo county d.a. called the operation cold day because of its unprecedented nature because some said it would be a cold day in you know where if it came together. thousands are getting ready to crowd into san francisco's golden gate park this season. the festival frenzy as fans get ready. >> and jimmy kimmel updates us on his son who had to under go emergency heart surgery.
>> beglad this is not your car. the severe weather that slammed into the morning commute. >> i'm meteorologist sandhya patel. it may feel like another season soon. i'll have an explanation coming up. >> thanks. all of that is ahead. here is what is coming up on "jimmy kimmel live" right after "abc 7 news." >> jimmy: thanks, dan and ama. look what we can do whenels.e w >> my wife and i were clicking around the other night and on came "footloose" and we watched the last 20 minutes of it and i was good. i was very g
fans can't wait. >> police say they're ready. "abc 7 news" reporter lisa amin gulezian joins us live from fulton street tonight. lisa. >> reporter: a lot of people were here at the box office behind me until a little while ago. they were excited to pick up their wrist bands and get receipty for outside lands. these music fans came straight from sfo tonight. >> very excited. it is like our favorite festival, so excited to be here. 10-year anniversary especially. >> reporter: out lied lands organizers promise not to disappoint. the music, the art, the food, it is all a major draw. the line-up is attracting festival goers from all over the world. >> metallicic, sadly gorillas but they say at the same time. class animals. >> reporter: the three-day festival requires a lot of planning. it will impact traffic flow, park access. and people.
210,000 attendees will be everywhere. so will police and security. organizers hope problems with counterfeit tickets like in the past will be alleviated with coded wrist bands. >> i knew people who buy tickets off of craig's list and they ended up being fake tickets. >> reporter: still, outside lands gives the city a huge economic boost, generating $60 million this weekend. k uhe mucky duck, extra staffew extrall kegs, extra bottles of liquor. we make sure we're fully stocked because it is going to be definitely busy on friday and saturday night. >> reporter: the manager expects a 25% bump in business. in san francisco, lisa amin gulezian, "abc 7 news" and if you're headed to outside lands this weekend, download the "abc 7 news" app. you will find a video showing you how to find your way around the three-day music festival. be sure to enable push alerts. >> tonight senator feinstein is vowing to help an oakland couple return to the united states after their scheduled
deportation back to mexico next tuesy.da oakland minutes after the senator met with the sanchez family. the family spent 20 years battling to stay in the united states, but under the trump administration their time has simply run out. senator feinstein told us she plans to introduce special legislation next month to temporarily lift their deportation in the hope of bringing them back to the u.s. >> i feel we're at peace now uscabeute i of her way to help us out. >> this is a good family. they work. they contribute to the community. >> the couple's four children, all born here, will be allowed to stay. today jimmy kimmel gave a progress report on his son's health after the newborn underwent open heart surgery in told the hollywood he reporter william billy john needs two more surgeries. he has received letters of
support from president obama, clinton and george w. bush. billy visited his dad's office for the first time. he said the baby is doing great, is smiling and is very interested in ceiling ll. y.nsf a pounding hail storm slammed people east of the rocky mountains today. >> oh, my god. >> look at the cellphone video taken in fort collins, colorado. shows quarter-size hail stones coming down fast this afternoon, stripping the leaves off trees. and in kansas hail the size of baseballs destroyed a car windshield. the person who posted these pictures said, i'm alive, barely. >> wow. >> that's intense. >> certainly is. nothing like that around here. it was a bit breezy again today. >> it was. meteorologist sandhya patel is looking ahead to the weekend. >> that's right. they have hail to worry about, dan and ama. here we have drizzle to worry about. i want to show you from our "abc 7 news" exploratorium camera a time lapse from earlier this evening.
you will notice trans america pyramid, the financial district sock in. marine layer was healthy until this evening, around00,0 2 down 1200 feet, indicating that changes are ahead. he-off clouds tomorrow lier and the drizzle. here is what is going to happen to the temperatures. antioch, 90 degrees. over the weekend we will go 88 and on monday temperature will drop down to 84 degrees. it is not going to feel like summer, it is going to feel more like late fall for our inland areas, and then the heat returns wednesday, thursday. that will be a reminder that yes, it is still summer. here is a look at live doppler 7 right now. the coverage of the low clouds is really all the way into mountain view, san jose, into the east bay and even pushing up towards the north bay. we have extendive low clouds right now. i want to show you something interesting on the water vapor. this has been responsible for the thunderstorms we have seen around the state recently with all of the lightning strikes,
but it is the same system that brought us the humid weather last week. so it is not going away any time soon, and this is what kept us at or below normal for this time of year. but as we head into the weekend, this will we will have another area of low pressure drop down, bringing that much cooler airroe lf of a. monday will not feel like summer. temperature also in 50s to 70s. a live look from our exploratorium camera from pier 15. you can see the overcast conditions right no as well. cloudy and drizzly start to tomorrow. summer heat returns late next week. here is the hour-by-hour forecast. 5:00 a.m. tomorrow, the green indicating some drizzle. the moromts cng wftemu the bay and at we head to the afternoon most areas will see the sun except for a few spots near the coast that hang on to the cloud cover. tomorrow morning i would call it sweater weather, mid 50s to low 60s for you out there with cloudy conditions.
clouds hang on to parts of the coast, and the rest looking at sunshine and a nice looking today. coastal highs will come up a little bit, low 60s to low 90s for your friday afternoon. yes, there will be warmth to be found inland. saturday temperatures dropping to upper 80s, inland. sunday, not much change in terms of the weather. but monday when you have low to mid 80s for the warmest spots, it is going to be a noticeable difference in the forecast. here is a look at outside lands friday. tomorrow looking at breezy conditions in golden gate part, 62 degrees. a cool day on saturday and sunday. morning in the mid 50s to upper 50s. perfect idea to pack the layers. here is the accuweather seven day forecast. we will keep the heat away for a while. tomorrow it is low 60s to low 90s. think can you handle it. dropping to the upper 80s for the week evenly. 84, cool for august on monday. more cloud cover, upper 50s
the austin police department just released video of a car that plunged seven stories off the side of the downtown parking garage. watch. ago, but the video, you see that vehicle moving around when suddenly this car -- oh, right, comes crashing down on the back end of the other car. some nearby rushed in to help. fortunately, everyone was okay. pe a few more person would have been killed. >> it is crazy. >> on to sports we go. >> yeah, larry beil, what do you have for us? >> the a's are busy serving fans. you know one thing they would like to see in less of this. back-to-back jacks by the
the oakland a's are surveying to get their input on what amenities they want, maybe a museum on site. season ticket prices might include happy hour and wine tasting. chris smith might need something stronger than vino. rickie in the house. a's, top of the fourth. going deep off smith. mancini taking them downtown to right. 3-1, orioles go to the sixth. same gien, mancini. that is high and crushed. his second bone of the night.
the next pitch, trumbo, hang it and bang it. two different back-to-back jax. not good. o's club the athletic's 7-2. sonny gray making second start for the yankees in toronto. a runner at third. a little dribbler back to sonny. gloof flip to sanchez at the plate. not in time. j's up 1-0. battle of former rays. a lot you will see in the playoffs. josh donaldson with a flare. j's beat the yanks -- 0. the warriors going to be spending another christmas with. a few key dates out for the upcoming season. the cavs and warsrior plla wyil for third straight christmas. kyree irving sfoild christmas last week. remember the buzzer beater. warriors will open october 17th at home against the new look
rockets. talk nfl football. remember david fails out of san jose state in a few years with the bears, now a dolphin. throwing the bomb to de more a. string fellow, which is a fantastic name. 99 yard touchdown for stringfellow as miami beats atlanta 23-20. the bears signed free agent, gave him 15 mill a year. first pass for chicago picked off by chris harris of the bronc oels. take it to the house. glen a bit shaky. denver up 7-0. second overall pick, trubisky out of north carolina. led three scoring drives. td pass to victor crews, but the bears lieu 24-17 dunropga championship on a beautiful day in north carolina. u.s. open champ brooks koepka with a nice chip-in on 3. a 3 under 68 puts him 1 back of the co-leaders, thorbjorn olesen and kevin kissner. great read from kissner on 18 to
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