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take a look at this massive fire that broke out overnight in the south bay. we have a crew live at that scene. >> distracted driving? a police report is revealing new details about what happened as this uber autonomous car hit and killed a woman in arizona. good morning to you on this friday, june 22nd. >> glad you're there with us. we have more on those stories in just a moment. first meteorologist mike nicco tracking the heat. >> hi everybody, welcome to friday, to one of our hotter days this week. you can see the influence of high pressure. notice our winds barely ten miles per hour at fairfield and sfo. that's as fast as they get. a little cloudiness around half moon bay and farther south. the rest of us waking up clear from our east bay hills camera. let's see what all the sunshine does. still comfortable this morning with temperatures in the low to
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upper 50s. 60s at the coast today. look at this. already 76 to near 90 at noon in our inland valleys. and then by 4:00 we're in the upper 90s there, low 80s around the bay and 60s at the coast. still a little warm this evening. 87 inland to 75 around the bay. at the coast we'll be around 57 degrees. we've got poor air quality, a possibility of heat illness and high fe danger all coming up next. here is sue. we'll take a look at the golden gate bridge where it's pretty nice out there. look at the skies starting to lighten up. four lanes in the southbound and two lanes in the northbound direction for your friday morning commute. we'll take a look elsewhere as we move around to walnut creek. this is southbound 680. moving briskly, taillights headed in the southbound direction past north main and onto the intersection. walnut creek to oakland looking at about 12 minutes. not bad at all. a little slowing out of tracy.
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we'll chelk drive times and your mass transit options, this spare the air day in just a few minutes. breaking news in san francisco's mission district. a shooting has left one person dead. >> the investigation is >> the investigation is happening at harrison and 24th. abc 7 news amy hollyfield is live in the area. >> reporter: i found out from investigators the two victims are male. plenty of police officers still here. they're still actively investigating this case. crime tape still blocking off harrison at 24th street. they heard about the shooting at 2:30 this morning, not from a 911 call but the city's shot spotter activation system. sensors let them know a gun had been fired. they arrived to find two men had been shot, one died here at the scene. the other man was taken to the hospital with life threaten injuries. police have not said anything about a possible motive or any arrests at this time. they also don't know at this point how long they will out
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here. so harrison as of right now is blocked off by crime tape and plenty of police cars. we've also seen several investigators canvassing this area looking for evidence. live in san francisco, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> thank you, amy. more breaking news now. we're tracking this fire that was burning in san jose. >> look at these flames. abc 7 news reporter matt keller live at the scene. >> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha. moments ago we got the last of the fire generals taking off from the scene. they wrapped up here, have this building secured. boy, these flames this morning were huge. take a look at the video. firefighters got the first call about 2:20 this morning. big concern, some homes next door and on the other side a big apartment complex under construction. firefighters called for two alarms. >> when i pulled up there was probably 30-foot flames above
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the building. it was called a defensive fire right away. we're not going to commit our people to a building like this that's already had fires in it. that's why we went defensive with the large caliber lines. >> reporter: firefighters say they responded to at least one fire before. fire cause investigators have been called to come out for an inspection. they're expected to be out here when daylight comes after 8:00 this morning. west san carlos is expected to open up soon. live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. new details overnight. arizona police say this uber safety driver could face manslaughter charges. they determined she was watching hulu up to the moment herself driving car hit and killed a pedestrian in tempe. >> investigators determined the accident was totally avoidable had vasquez been paying attention. she said she was monitoring the interface into the are.
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we learned overnight democratic senators are asking for a meeting to get answers from the trump administration over reports of immigrant children abuse in virginia. the state's governor has also ordered an investigation after some children said they were beaten while handcuffed and locked up for long periods in solitary confinement. >> today president trump will give remarks on immigration. he's going to focus on families that had loved ones killed by illegal immigrants. >> locally interfaith leaders gathered at grace cathedral for a prayer vigil. hundreds protesting the immigrant separation at the border. >> in the east bay protesters >> in the east bay protesters were a little more vocal. >> anger, criticism at drive. >> family together is always better. >> they're calling themselves members of the courage campaign, sending korj to the 2300
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children separated at the border. >> it's also taking a lot of courage for william collin to speak with me right now. he's undocumented and is seeking asylum because he's gay. >> did you feel like your life was at risk if you stayed in mexico? >> yes, totally. we are not criminals. we are not drug dealers, we are hard working people and we want to do the best. >> reporter: most here don't share his history but they share his commitment. so does this 4-year-old girl. her family is originally from peru. >> she said i want to help my brothers and sisters. i said, okay, let's go. you can do your own signs. >> reporter: and for many, signs spoke louder than boards. >> that was lisa amin gulezian reporting. new developments in the search for a man who shot and killed his wife on mission street in san francisco. robert riley has apparently killed himself in san joaquin county. >> on june 7 police went to the 4500 block of mission to look
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into the shooting. office found the body of vanessa palmer and determined she was killed by riley. officers found the body of riley who died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather temperatures still comfortable in the san ramon valley, mid to upper 50s there. out towards livermore, 57. you can see some of the warmth spilling into pleasant hill. look at mt. diablo, 3800 feet, already 73 degrees. 71 in los gatos at 1800 feet. the warmth is starting the creep in from the southeast. 59 in san jose, 56 in oakland and hayward. 53 in san francisco. we've got upper 50s in the north bay valleys. this will be a popular spot, in not today, definitely tomorrow. santa cruz getting away from the heat. if you're going to go to the pool, great today and tomorrow, the greatest place to stay cool. ocean, sunny today and milder
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than even yesterday. if you're out playing on the bay. in the east bay, we start at 58, 65 at 10:00, 74 at noon and low 80s during the afternoon hours, down to a comfortable 68 by 8:00. you're going to the valleys, completely different story. 66 now, but nearing 90 at noon, mid to upper 90s from 1:00 to 6:00, down to 86 at 8:00. the areas in orange, heat illness the greatest possibility. it does not include the coast nor san francisco. we've also got poor air quality today in our east bay hills and valleys and the possibility also down in the south bay, our first two summer spare the air alert. if you can, try not to drive as speaking of driving, i know you have to do it. let's get it taken care of with sue. >> a lot of folks are doing it across the altamont pass from tracy over into livermore.
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you can see the red sensors there. check the drive time, it's about 40 minutes at this hour. prepare yourself for road closures starting this morning. we already had some yesterday. this is down in the civic center area and all in preparation for the pride parade on sunday morning. so 9:00 this morning, pope between grove and market and grove between hyde and larkin. just a reminder the parade starts at 10:30 sunday, down market from beale to 8th street. give yourself plenty of a heads up if you're going to be in san francisco. because it is a spare the air day, we're checking on mass transit. that's greatly recommended this morning. b.a.r.t. is running 33 trains on schedule. muni looking great. ais number one is on time so far. we are hearing from north bay fire victims after pg&e announced it expects to pay $2.5 billion for its role in the north bay wildfires. that number could reach $15 billion. the utility says that is the worst case scenario. cal fire announced earlier this
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month that equipment owned and operated by pg&e sparked 12 of the fires. >> it's encouraging for the people who were after facted by those fires. but if you're in an area where the fire is the most devastating and they still haven't made a decision, it makes you wonder which way they're going to go. >> state officials have yet to make a determination of pg&e's role in several of the most destructive fires. san francisco police are encouraging anyone with surveillance video to contact them after a mom carrying a baby was attacked in noe valley. this happened three weeks ago. so far police have noor rests. last night officials held a public safety meeting to address public concern. the attack happened on june 3rd just after 6:00 p.m. surveillance video shows the mom crossing 28th street on sanchez. after she walks out of frame, you can hear her screaming. seconds later, her baby is crying.
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someone appears to run up the hill after the attack. >> we're still trying to get down to, was this a fall, was this a push, was the person struck and how exactly did this 37-year-old woman and her 6-month-old daughter end up on the ground. >> police say a safety coordinate from sf safe is offering to do checks on people's locks and surveillance cameras. you'll find that info on our westbound site, the doctor accused of filming these sorts of videos during surgeries is speaking only to abc news. what she's saying about her patients who were in the room when this happened. surge pricing for movie tickets? the move by one company that will impact your wallet. we had no chill. look at everyone here at abc 7 just geeking out because javale just geeking out because javale mcgee stopped by our
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we're looking live at san jose, specifically 101 and 880 i. want to show you the sunshine and the fact that you'll reach the 90s in san jose. 91 specifically. that's 11 degrees above average. 100 in livermore, 13 and 14 degrees above average. even san francisco is nine degrees above average. the most comfortable place, 76 degrees. more on the heat coming up. >> in today's "gma first look," an urgent warning we all need to listen to as temperatures outside heat up.
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>> police are reporting arrests in several states after children have been locked in cars. in one case a deputy rescued a 3-year-old just in time. here is abc's kendis gibson. >> reporter: in this morning's "gma first look," a happy ending to a draw mattie rescue. >> my car is missing, my baby is missing. >> you left the vehicle how long ago? >> about an hour. >> seminole county deputy bill dunne hugging the 3 kbrrd girl he rescued after nearly 12 hours in a hot car. >> immediately hit with a wave of hot steamy airment i took her ot of the car seat and she was just limp. >> police discovering the girl with no pulse sitting inside the car. miraculously the youngster making a full recovery. >> with all the news i got, it's unbelievable. a miracle. >> reporter: while she survived, 16 children have died so far this year in hot cars according to safety group kids and cards. in 2017 there were 43 deaths.
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i'll have tips on keeping your child safe. i'm kendis gibson, action news new york. lauren jao suffers from depression. a good samaritan reunited lauren with her dog yesterday. so happy to see this. the dog was tied up while she shopped inside an east oakland supermarket. someone stole the female chihuahua mix. the dog was stowell len and then sold. the person who bought it contacted lauren. if you're a movie pass subscriber, you'll be subjected to surge pricing. according to business insider you'll have to pay $2.00 movies on top of your $9.95 subscription. they'll include an option to buy imax and 3d movie tickets. the movie pass announcement comes a day after amc announced
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its own subscription ticketing service for $19.95. in the east bay, say hello to a new area code. california public utilities commission approved new digits for parts of alameda and contra costa counties. it's going to be 341. the commission says that's because the 510 area code is expected to run out of available prefixes by next year. 510 customers, you get to keep that number. do not worry, but you'll be required to dial the three-digit area code for all your calls. aisha and steph curry are responding to the bad yelp reviews. >> salty rockets fans leaving one-star reviews and the restaurant hasn't opened yet. she wrote on twitter, the irony of it all. the food will speak for itself once we open and i actually love houston. i love food. i love barbecue and am excited
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to bring something different to the table. steph joining in saying he'll have international smoke all to himself, #fivestarreview. >> joke is on all the salty fans. they're giving a lot of free b publicity to international smoke opening in houston. now to another warrior. >> i lost my shirt. i don't need shirts for parades. shout out to the warriors. of course, that is warriors center javale mcgee hijacking the microphone during the championship parade. we thought it would be a good idea to bring him here in studio. >> he stopped by and talked to mindy back about the warriors back-to-back titles as well as becoming a first-time dad. >> just so much -- life. winning a championship back-to-back is a beautiful thing. i'm just taking it all in.
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>> after the 6:00 p.m. show, spence are christian showed javale how to do the weather. >> all right. let's take a look -- now we're in emeryville. >> all right. >> okay. >> now we're on the golden gate bridge. >> oh, my goodness. >> he's down with it. you can see javale tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 p.m. as he hosts his jug life celebrity softball game. jug life provides clean drinking water in undeveloped areas of the world. steph curry, kevin durt and draymond green are taking part. that's going to be some outing. >> i liked his fanny pack on. can you do this little javale dance the next time you show the santa cruz camera. >> i think he was taking national selfie day serious. >> was it facebook live or
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instagram? >> i think it was insta. >> interesting how he could look at his phone and still see what was behind him. good for him. i hope they had fun. sometimes working the mornings does have its advantages. >> stop by at 5:20 in the morning, javale. >> welcome mat is always out. hi, everybody. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. a couple of rappers going to be there and about the entire team at the tournament. hopefully you can get out there and raise some money. here is a look at our roof camera. you can see no activity at least flagwise at the ferry building. look how limp they are. things will be robust today and tomorrow under sunshine. poor air quality possible. fire danger climbing. the heat relief, only kind of a two-day event. here is a look at the area of high pressure, pushing the jet stream with the storm track well to the north, bringing an offshore wind. that's why some of the warmth will make it to the coast.
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we're talking upper 60s, nothing extreme for you. we have near 100 in gilroy, 97 in morgan little. 91 in san jose and about 87 in milpitas. going to board walk, 78 degrees. millbrae at 80. upper 60s along the coast to mid and upper 70s in downtown and south san francisco. we'll have mid 90s to triple digits all through the north bay valleys. along the east bayshore, mid to upper 80s. our last stop, just about everybody touching 100 in our east bay valleys. we'll fall into the 60s today and tomorrow night. sea breeze kicks in and takes the sting out of the heat. for our bay and coastal communities. it will finally take the heat away from the inland neighborhoods on monday. 101 near the 880 over crossing, headlights in the northbound direction. it's looking great. everybody is at the limit here. no problems. to the bay bridge toll plaza, no
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metering lights yet. the sun is starting the lighten the sky. the traffic is looking great. we do have your drive time from highway 4, the top of the corridor, hercules all the way to the toll plaza, just 25 minutes. so far, so good. knock on wood that we keep those great speeds going. slower though, 45 minutes now westbound 580 up and over the altamont pass. no stalls or accidents on the altamont, but just a lot of folks headed towards the livermore/dublin/pleasanton interchange. a georgia doctor accused by patients of recording music videos during surgeries without their consent is now speaking out to good morning american. >> dr. bu they, a board certified dermatologist likes to call herself dr. booty. in some of her environment videos she promises vul lop results that rival cartoons. she defended the videos.
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>> the videos were pre consented, staged, done at a safe interval, most of them after the fact, during recovery which was planned by me and the patient. >> a number of patients are suing, saying they were disfigured. the state medical board said the doctor's actions were a threat to public health and safety. her medical license has now been suspended. coming up next, the seven things you need to know as you start your day. >> a local county is stepping in to help first-time home buyers to help first-time home buyers on your down
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number two, san francisco police investigating an early morning shooting on harrison and 24th streets in the mission district. it left one person dead. a second victim was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. number three, police in arizona determined a safety driver for a self-driving uber suv may be facing manslaughter charges. the woman was streaming hulu and watching "the voice" before she hit and killed a pedestrian in march. number four, pride weekend officially kicks off today with the transmarch. it ends sunday with the pride parade on market street. number five, today we make a big jump with temperatures nine to 14 degrees warmer than yesterday, in the 80s and 90s. number six, following your friday traffic, it is a spare the air day today. so consider mass transit. we've got 44 b.a.r.t. trains running on schedule. no problems with muni and a.c.e. is remaining on time. number seven, get ready for pixar pier.
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be loved pixar characters are coming to life at disney california adventure which officially opens tomorrow. jessica castro has a sneak peek at 5:30. we're coming back with another 90 minutes of news another 90 minutes of news including the
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we or getting details about a massive ornight fire in the south bay. we'll take you live to the scene. >> today is the official start of sf pride. we have you covered on everything you need to know. >> just relax. everything is cool. >> that looks so good. that looks really good. the incredi coaster is one of the things we're excited to show you. our colleague jessica castro is there giving us a sneak peek at the new pixar pier.
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so excited for that. >> good morning, welcome to friday, june 22nd. a lot of news going on today. we have that to look forward to and some heat as well. >> those frosted streets would probably be good today. anaheim 85. nothing like what we're going to have around here today. that's going to be really hot. we've got a heat advisory tomorrow. temperatures jump today into the 80s and 90s. you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. let's start with that. heat illness possible. there you go, all the areas away from the coast and san francisco. we've got the higher fire danger developing, also. that's in the east bay hills, north bay mountains, the diablo range. that starts at 11:00 tomorrow but goes through sunday at 8:00. but goes through sunday at 8:00. fire danger higher in lake countys. high fire gaininger danger and it will spread rapidly. we 50e take a look at your
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accuweather 12-hour planner. did i hear you say friday light so far? >> so far. knock on wood. i don't want to jinx it. in marin county, san rafael is looking great, looking terrific. taillights headed southbound to the golden gate bridge. also light here, the skies are light ning up for your friday morning. four lanes in your southbound direction and two lanes in the northbound. we will take a look at some of your drive times out there, speaking of which, when you come off the waldo grade, you're looking at about a 15-minute drive from san rafael all the way into san francisco. it is bogged down over the altamont pass as per usual. looking good into concord, though, on westbound 4. let's head back to san jose for an update on that breaking news. >> abc 7 news reporter matt keller live on san carlo street where a building caught fire this morning. >> reporter: good morning, reggie and natasha. since i last saw you about a half hour ago, they opened up west san carlo.
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firefighters deemed the building safe and are no longer on the scene. take a look at the video, huge flames, firefighters got the call at about 2:20 this morning. they called fotwo alarms. the big concern, homes next door and a big apartment complex under construction. >> so that was our main concern was the amount of fire and the expose yurs. that's why we went defensive. we got our ladder pipes up in the air and large hand likes to protect around the building. >> reporter: firefighters were able to keep the flames from spreading. they say they responded to at least one fire at this ild being before. homeless have been known to stay in the building. fire cause investigators are expected here at about 8:00. live in san jose, matt keller, abc 7 news. more breaking news this time in san francisco, police investigating an early morning shooting on harrison and 24th streets in the mission district. it left one person dead and a second victim was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. police say officers responded to the scene following a shot
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spotter activation that happened just after 2:30 this morning. anyone with information urged to call sfpd's anonymous tip line. did they wake you up? five earthquakes shook eastern contra costa county. >> the largest was a 3.1 at 12:41 near oakley. then a magnitude 2.8 hit five minutes later in the same area. there was also a 2.2, 2.0 and 1.9. no reports of any damage or injuries. on to the latest now on the immigration crisis at the bor r border. >> an asylum seeker from guatemala and her 7-year-old son were reunited at baltimore international airport in maryland early this morning. the justice department agreed to release the young boy after his mother sued in federal court. they were separated at the u.s. border. the mother and son plan to travel to texas where they're going to live while their asylum claim is decided. altogether, 500 of more than 2300 children separated from their families at the border have been reunited since may.
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it's unclear how many of those 500 children are still being detained with their families. 23andme will provide dna testing kids to help reunite families separated at the border. they got involved after being approached by peninsula congresswoman jackie speier. she says the next step is to reach out to federal officials for direction on how to move forward with the testing. by now you've probably seen this jacket that first lady melania trump wore while she was visiting one of the centers where children are being held at the border. it reads, i really don't care, do you. abc asked why she wore that and the replay was it's just a jacket. president trump tweeted that the jacket refers to the fake news media. cheryl jennings will be traveling to the area. you can watch as cheryl goes beyond the headlines to bring you the story of the crisis at the border.
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5:34. the warm weather will be perfect for san francisco pride weekend. >> it kicks off today with the annual trans rally and marcel braeting the transgender community. everyone is welcome to participate. >> there will be a brunch and rally at dolores park before the march. this is one of the largest tlans gender events in the world. that's one of the many events going on this weekend. don't worry. we've got you covered, head to or check out our app for all the details. now here is mike nicco with a look at our weather. >> you're never more than seven minutes away from my accuweather forecast. what we're going to jump into, the bay bridge toll plaza used as the backdrop to talk about, i hope your car has ear conditioning today. sunny and calmer if you're out on the ferry. hope the mass transit is working, also. it's going to be hot this afternoon. let's take a look at what's
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going on as far as our temperatures. we've got a lot of 50s out there and even some 40s as we go up into the north bay. as we look at the north bay, you're going to see that -- mid to upper 40s. let's talk about something else. let's see if i can manually control this thing. there we go. let's talk about the air quality and how it's the first two spare-the-air alerts of the summer season. it's our east bay hills and valleys and the santa clara valley most likely to have the poorest air quality. in the north bay, can you believe your temperatures will be nearly 45 to 50 degrees warmer this afternoon as you hit the low to mid 90s? we have 60 in lafayette, brentwood and tracy at 61 and 62. those are the warm spots. mid 50s to upper 50s around the bayshore line. i want to show you the day planner. here is a look at what's going on, temperatures in the 50s in
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the morning, 60s around the coast to 76 to 89 at noon. already getting hot. then at 4:00, 81 around the bay, 97. then 75 and 87 at 7:00. so get ready to get warm. >> nice and warm. a quick one. just a couple days. >> that's true. it's today, tomorrow. maybe go to work if your work has air conditioning. you have good news for a friday. >> pretty light out there. we do recommend mass transit because it is a spare-the-air day today. that's a great option for you. lots of b.a.r.t. trains running on schedule, 45 as a matter of fact. we take a look at the san mateo bridge right now. it's looking great. we had reports of a gentleman in the center divide changing his tire about midspan westbound on the san mateo bridge. i'm not seeing a lot of slow traffic here, but just beware that's a pretty dangerous situation. overall about 45 minutes westbound 580 getting into the
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dublin/pleasanton area. taking a look at your bridge drive times, richmond-san rafael bridge not bad, about six minutes. the san mateo bridge, there you see just under 15 minutes across the span. your dumbarton bridge is also looking good westbound over to the peninsula. >> thanks, sue. we knew lime was expanding beyond bikes and scooters. now we're getting a look at their electric scooter you can represent by the minute. is it a cat or is it a girl? >> nobody knows. >> nobody knows. >> so ♪ ♪ legendary jockey víctor espinoza is insatiable when it comes to competing. ♪ ♪
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the giants game, anybody get that cool backpack? it looked pretty neat. today 76, tomorrow 84. cooler if you're near the coast. 69 sunday. in fact, here is a look at the parade. we start at 69 at 9:00. we drop down to 66 at 3:00 and 62 by the time we get down to 6:00. around the state today, 100. 115 in palm springs. mid to upper 70s san diego and los angeles. anaheim about 85. 94 in yosemite.
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near record high temperatures in the mid 80s in tahoe today all the way through wednesday. a source close to the ghost ship fire case tells our i-team that prosecutors offered defendant derrick al men nah a deal. according to our source, he would have received a prison sentence of 18 years with the possibility of parole in ten years in exchange for a guilty plea. the trial for al men nah and his co-defendant max harris is scheduled to start july 16. they're both facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter connected to the deadly warehouse fire. san francisco political and religious leaders are protesting the move to strip glide memorial church of its pastors. ♪ we shall over come today >> hundreds of people were at
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city hall. te new bishop has a more conservative philosophy which is at odds with glide's progressive outreach in the community. lime, the company that is known for its dockless bikes and scooters is likely to add ultra compact electric vehicles by the end of the year. axios is reporting that lime may add the renault twizzie to the lineup. it's a tiny two-seater, would cost $1.00 to start plus 40 cents per minute. a deal in lays to keep a data privacy measure off the state's november ballot. the main supporter of the california consumer privacy act agreed to pull the initiative after state lawmakers approved a similar legislation. that's as long as the governor signs the bill by june 28th. that's the deadline for
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withdrawing measures for the ballot. it would require tech giants including google, amazon and at&t to tell use rs what types of personal information they collect and whether they sold it. >> a new program in santa clara county will help first-time buyers purchase a home by paying a large portion of the down payment. the $25 million program is funded by the housing bond. first-time buyers who make at least $150 for their family are looking to purchase a house within santa clara county with a price tag of up to $800,000 are eligible. the amount will cover a down payment of up to 17% of the home's value. the median price of a home in the county is over a million bucks. >> you get a coffee with a little cat in it for a few bucks. you can do that today at san jose's santana row. >> yes, the hello kitty minion cafe. >> it's opening up at 11:00 this morning. the cat is everywhere.
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i think it's known she's a girl, not a cat. it's on the macaroons, chocolate cake, even floating in your coffee. >> you know this is the hello kitty cafe, right? every aspect of our product is going to incorporate some sort of hello kitty image. we're selling lifestyle, nostalgia, new memories. >> the parent company launched the first u.s. store at east ridge mall more than 30 years ago. there's a long history in san jose with san rio. it's a limited time pop-up. no end date has been set. but make sure you get out there and enjoy it if you're a fan. >> give me that choco cat. >> a lot of royal icing in that shot. >> it's because barbara is such a good baker and pastry chef. you know these things. >> i learned from her. >> let's take a look at what's going on outside. the least likely to melt to on a day like today. much better than butter cream
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which would be all goopy and nasty. here is a look at what's going on in walnut creek. an area hitting triple digits as we look south on 680. sunny today. robust warming, notice it's just for two days. poor air quality today and tomorrow. our first two summer spare-the-air alerts. it's burning gas, causing the ozone to become unhealthy at times. if you can eliminate that, please do. yard work, why even do it? fire danger is another reason not to do yard work. heat relief on sunday. you can see a little along the peninsula right there. then let's go from 7:00 this morning to noon, and you can see it's just about clear at the coast. it will definitely be clear during the afternoon hours. enjoy the sunshine. 87 to 94 through most of the south bay. upper 90s around morgan hill, 78 in santa cruz. 80 in millbrae. those are your extremes on the peninsula.
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sunshine pushes us to the mid and upper 60s and mid and upper 70s around downtown, south san francisco and sausalito. low to mid 90s through most of the north bay valleys. along the east bayshore, 81 in oakland to about 87 in fremont. hercules and oren da possibly reaching 90. if you stay at 99 in san ramon, you're buy yourself. everybody else reaching 100 to 104 degrees. tonight, mid 50s to even upper 60s. decent sleeping weather. it could be worse, absolutely. tomorrow, even hotter than today. the heat will moderate at the coast and start to spill into the bay and reach inland by monday. then we'll have morning clouds and afternoon sunshine. more typical pattern next week. hi, sue. good morning. we're going to the bay bridge where the metering lights have been turned on, about 5:27 this morning. you can see those cars are stacking up. the car poolers are looking pretty good. there's your drive time from the top of the corridor, 80 westbound all the way to the toll plaza, 30 minutes.
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still not bad. it will be building as traffic starts stacking up behind mows metering lights. otherwise about a 45-minute drive on westbound 580 from tracy up and over the altamont pass. that's our big slow spot. a heads up for pride parade. we already have road closures. they began yesterday mostly around the civic center area. this morning at 9:00 a.m., polk between grove and market and grove between hyde and larkin will close off. tomorrow wef eve got more road closures. the parade is sunday morning, 10:30, market down all the way from beale to 8th street. thank you, sue. a new study shows what santa clara residents love and don't love about levi's stadium. they were asked by the city following complaints from neighbors about noise, parking and traffic. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard has details. >> a quiet night in the shadow of levi's stadium. other nights, not so much. noise from concerts which go
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past the 10:00 p.m. curfew like cold play did years ago are among many concerns for neighbors. it's all spelled out in this consultant's report which surveyed more than 600 residents. the number one complaint, traffic. it can be brutal on 49ers' game days. what happens after isn't always pretty. >> beer bottles in their front yard, people urinating in your bushes. >> reporter: marshal caldwell lives yards from the stadium. >> when people aren't behaving responsibly and respecting the neighborhoods, the fact that we live right next to the stadium when they come to visit, it's a big impact to our neighborhoods. >> reporter: parking, another issue. many often skip the lots and park in neighborhoods. the parking around levi's could be harder to find in the next couple years. giant lots like this one are slated for development. >> concert goers, game goers to the stadium are looking more and more to park in the neighborhoods. so we have to keep that promise and enforce. >> mayor gilmore said some
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promises made to residents early on have been broken. this report could make things right. some neighbors surveyed said they'd be open to extending concert curfews a few times during the year. those specific on cores are still being worked out. in santa clara, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. abc 7 news. ending daylight saving crystal geyser alpine spring water starts here, abc 7 news. ending daylight saving passes through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
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how far does crystal geyser alpine spring water travel from its source to the bottle? less than a mile and a half. crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. giants on a roll, three consecutive wins, going for four tonight. 7:15 first pitch, 66. much milder, a slight breeze out there. 10:15 at 59. and fireworks. so maybe a fourth consecutive win and celebrate it with fireworks.
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>> thanks, mike. tourism is san francisco's number one industry with visitors spending more than $9 billion in 2017. earlier this year san francisco's travel association made a cry for help to make the city a more desirable place to visit. abc 7 news anchor dion limb has the update. >> more than 20,000 tourists visit each and every day. other parts of the city, not so clean. >> a lot of homeless individuals, a lot of cops. it was a scary situation coming into the zigs city. >> reporter: this is the reason why tourism president said the city needs to clean up. >> we are losing business. we have definite groups that have said they can't come to san francisco as long as the streets are like that. >> reporter: we caught up with d'alessandro at today's luncheon. he's pleased with the changes being implemented. >> we're starting to see movement. >> reporter: the tourism
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industry is big business, 25 million visitors a year generate more than $9 billion in spending. since d'alessandro's plea, $3.5 million already allotted to cleanup. results will take time. >> i want to say to the tourists, please be patient with us. we have work to do. it's not going to happen overnight. we're committed to making san francisco a cleaner, safer place so when they come here they have an incredible experience. >> reporter: encouraging news for this woman. >> i want to come back maybe two years from now to see how things roll out. >> reporter: something else san francisco is focusing on is international tourists, keeping them happy and coming, especially in this political climate. dion limb, abc 7 news. the fate of a bill that would let you weigh in on daylight saving time is in the hands of governor brown. the state assembly measure and sent it to him yesterday. if he signs it, it will be on the november ballot for you to
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vote on. the measure gives the legislature the power to end the practice of springing forward an hour in march and falling back in november. federal approval is still needed. so a hurdle, and then a hurdle and then a hurdle. talking about these milestones, right? a wedding, the birth of your children, graduations, major moments in life you'll never forget. >> this is so worth watching. a mom is not going to ever forget this moment. >> yeah, you heard it. >> yeah, you heard it. [ baby cooing ]. >> and that child ayla. she was born deaf and underwent surgery this week to get a cochlear implant. as you saw, she pointed to her ear when the implant was turned on. that's when she heard for the first time.
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a aya's reaction bringing her mother to tears. >> how sweet is that. a life changing moment right there. let's take a look al walnut creek. mike and i were looking at this picture. the air already looks pretty thick out there. it is a spare-the-air day. traffic is flowing nicely on 680. the taillights headed in the southbound direction towards highway 24 past north main. we're looking pretty good. friday light so far. knock on anything you can. we do have some minor slowing out of the central valley. all the a.c.e. trains are running on time. it's a gray day to take mass transit because of the spare-the-air day. all on schedule this morning. so i'm going to take a look at the air quality measurements right now and see what i can find since we did notice it was pretty nasty out there already. looks like everybody is doing okay as far as ozone goes right now. it's during the afternoon hours when it gets really hot and more
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people have been driving. let's talk about the alameda county fair. it's going to be a hot one out here. find shade at 3:00 when it's 97. still 87 at 7:00 and 69, comfortable again. that's when we close the doors at 11:00. no doubt about it, with hardly any shade in sonoma raceway, it's going to be tough friday and saturday with mid to upper in 90s. but look at sunday's race temperature, 77 degrees. that will feel nice. >> thanks, mike. new at 6:00, the new area code coming to the bay area. that breaking news we're tracking in san francisco. police investigating a double shooting overnight. we're live in the mission district with what police are revealing. new details overnight about new details overnight about what this driver was doing
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the heat is on. take a look, a rose gold sunrise in our east bay hills camera.
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you're going to need sunscreen, sunglasses, maybe air conditioning. find it where you can. welcome to friday, june 22nd. >> if you're like me or sue and you don't have air conditioning, suns out, guns out. here is your ak queue weather forecast. forecast. >> can't wait to see that selfie selfie. look at our winds, only ten miles per hour at fairfield. a little cloudiness along the peninsula coast. that's in the going to last long today. let's jump right in and show you, look at the ferry building. look at the flags. look at the flags. they're not moving this morning. we have 60s along the highway 4 corridor towards antioch. 60 at the coast. still 61 at


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