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now from abc 7, live breaking news. >> we begin with that breaking news coming out of thailand where the rescue is under way for 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped in a cave. good evening and thanks for joining us. >> rescue efforts began a short time ago and we just learned a lot of information about how the rescue is conducted. >> lisa in the news rom tracking the progress. >> a lot of information came out of the news thai authorities. all media is cleared from the cave. >> how many of you? >> 136r7b8g9s the officials are announces rescue operations are under way with more than two weeks trapped under ground. the 12 boys and the soccer coach
are making the treacherous journey out of the cave but it could be hours before we see anyone emerge. the thai authorities are calling it a work against the water. before the heavy rains hit again. each of the boys will go on a buddy dive, hauled by diver us there tunnels, sometimes only as a wide as manhole covers. >> you can guarantee someone will have their hands on the boys every step of the way coming out of the cave. >> reporter: divers have been teaching the boys how to dive and some are learning the basics of swimming for the first time. as the world waits for their escape, we are hearing from the boys trapped inside. in letters, the boyed asked for fried chicken and barbecue a 13 wrote, i'm fine, the air is cold and don't forget to set up my birthday party. the kids' coach is also speaking out and writing, i promise i
will care for the kids as much as possible. i want to say thank you for the support and i want to apologize to the parents. >> the first rescue alone will take about eight hours. after that, drivers will take each child out one by one. that will take six hours each. they hope to have each out in four days and the hope is the monsoons will hold off a little longer. abc 7 news. >> iowe appreciate the update. thank you. and abc news reporter james longman is on the scene. low clouds are moved in just next to the cave. rain started to fall hard. clear why they are begun the rescue now. keep the boys in your thoughts athey begin the long journey to freedom. and breaking developments on the rescue mission. developing news on the wildfires burning across the state. three of the largest
destruck tif right now in san diego county, and county. >> you are looking at a map of 12 fires burning today in the state. the fires combined have charred 199 square miles of land. the only one in the bay area is the county fire that is now 55% contained tonight. wildfires have destroyed 85 buildings, including several homes and one person died near the oregon border. >> the hope the conditions will improve to form. >> cornell bernard on how they are assisting the effort. >> reporter: a major firefighter is on where the fire has burned 33 square miles marching across state lines in oregon. >> active fire behavior yesterday and the fire more than
doubled in size yesterday. a very significant omt of smoke. >> reporter: captain bill murphy is on the front lines and resources from marin county assisting fire crews. one resident was killed in the town of thorn brooke. the body in the ruins of a home. 15 structures destroyed. hundreds of residents told to evacuate. >> a quick run north, and that is why with the caution, we are doing up to the hills air yanchts to the south in santa barbara county a a wind driving fire erupted friday night. the holiday fire forcing more than 1,000 evacuations. investigators say it started in a home and spread to nearby brush. in san diego county, at least five homes have billed in alpine. a close call for the inmate firefighters e escapes the
safety when they nearly became trapped by the claims. do dozens of home owns are told to leave. >> we are able to get out. the important things. >> firefighters say so many fires so early in the season has become a scary reality. >> the number, size, frequency of the fires we have seen over the years unfortunately has become -- i won't say the new normal. just normal. >> abc 7 news. >> drew tuma is tracking the conditions. >> part of the reasons we are seeing so many fires, intense heat and the heat continued today. look at the highs to the south, well in the triple digits, 104 was the high in l.a. earlier today. 1115 in palm springs, 102 in fresno and the heat will continue tomorrow.
and a wide swath in california but nevada as well. excessive heat wantings and head flag warnings and tomorrow afternoon, the heat will continue once again. and the future track temperatures, 11:00 sunday. you can see the heat to our south, 90s and passing the century mark. 95 in l.a., and we will take a look at how hot we get in a minute. >> all right, we will see you then. thanks. two woman shot and killed in antioch is a mother and her adult daughter. here are details from a witness. >> reporter: what was first thought to be fourth of july fireworks turned tout be deadly gun fire. >> it's hard a the night to sleep. it's like still in the back of your head. knowing that someone got killed two hours away from you. >> reporter: around 4:30 in the morning, someone shot and killed
belinda scott and her 25-year-old daughter. >> they were very nice people. >> reporter: a cold leer posted on facebook she worked closely with the youth clinic in the bay view. a celebration of life is planned for the 10th. the neighbor herd the gunshots. 3 to 5, he said. he asked police if the neighborhood should be concerned about safety. >> he said it was more like a family thing. a target. >> reporter: the police have are few details about the crime but they are asking anyone with information to call them or text the tip to crimes. in antioch, abc 7 news. also in antioch, a family prayed minutes of a 2-year-old boy plunged from a second story window.
he was unconscious at 7:30. the boy climbed on to a dresser, opened the window and fell to the ground below. the search is on for a man accused of burglary, and lewd acts and this photo of a suspect. home security cameras show video. he has a tattoo on his upper right arm. i had may be driving a newer model white four door cross over vehicles. protesters in i.c.e. headquarters tonight, and they plan to stay indefinitely. there are signs condemning the white house policy of family separation. they are going to call for the government agency to be abolished. immigrations has been around for 15 years and established after
the september 11th attacks. >> we don't need it. kit go. >> similar protests have popped up rnd the country. dueling demonstration ares today in louisville, kentucky. >> still ahead, family and friends, bather to pay tribute to a hero who dieded to pay tribute. >> and oakland on the big screen. and a warn withing
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wendy winters. they called her a here roar. she rushed the gunman and saved lives. here is the story. ♪ >> crowds packed the maryland hall for the creative hearts. >> everybody look around. standing room only, wendy. >> colleages, friends and family, honors wendy winters. >> we have come here to remember wendy, the wearing, passionate, loving person that she was. >> a reporter with the capital gazette, gone too soon. >> she charged a coward who shot here in the cles. she rushed him and saving lives. >> her children sharing stories, memories and heart ache. >> i think that losing someone you love makes you feel dizzy because even though your world has stopped, you have to watch everyone else's world continue to spin around you. my mother will never get to meet
any of her grandchildren or she hour daughters get married. >> the loss felt across the annapolis community and beyond. ♪ >> my world, our world, will infinitely smaller without wendy and i'm glad she was a part of it and i'm glad to call her my friend. >> my mom is an american hero. with you all live so much to live up to. i hopeky make it. >> in annapolis, abc 7 news. ne. >> rubber tree for generations of generations of san francisco's. and the park department operates near yosemite park. and 27 guests have been sicken by the virus. and they will sant advertise the
facility. they expect it to reopen for session that begins on july 1515th. the city of oakland regnized its am bbassad tonight and it trains students and leaders to engage the community and it comes as a perk as their commitment to the community. there are currently 60 ambassadors. oakland's claifrs, sights and crafts took center stage. the taste of oakland festival. it featured local tastes and merchandise and it made its debut last year, and it returns august 4th and september 1th. oakland's movie scene continues to surge are a homegrown film this week. "sorry to bother you" is set in
an alternate universe. it's the directorial debut. and limited release last night, earning $275,000. it's expected to approach $700,000 for the weekend and that is not bad for a half dozen theaters. it goes nationwide next weekend. take a look at this photo and video tweeted from the sheriff's office. yeah, it's a huge bear just coming out of a house in lake tahoe. deputies say that people ran after it trying to get the picture. the twitter account came from a warning, bears are wild an a males and people are lucky this one did not attack. >> okay that goes on eric's list of really bad ideas. chasing of a bear to get a picture. >> you have to get a shot. if it's not an twitter, it didn't happen. >> right. sarcasm. we know that when we see it. and here is eric tum warks a look at the picture.
>> it was picture perfect earlier today. a lot of sunshine and a wide range of temperatures we see this time of year. and live doppler seven and a clear picture, and high clouds and pushing off to the north. and we will take you outside and a live look from the tower, showing the likes of san francisco, the foreground and the bay bring and it will be a mild night for a lot of us after a warm day. and winds, still a bit of issue closer to the coast and san francisco, gusting to 24 and the on shore breeze will help to keep the heat in southern california away from our neck of the woods and the wind will be us with for the next 24 hours and on the more comfortable side compared to l.a. right now, 57 in san francisco, and brentwood, near 80 an at this hour. and 65 in san jose and napa. the south, look at the numbers,
at this late hour, approaching midnight, 103 in palm springs. that will be a launching pad to get southern california very hot tomorrow once again. back here at home tonight, it will be wild, antioch and san jose, mid and low 60s. the shoreline, 50s and the north bay, cooler, napa, 50 degrees and plenty of stars. so the bigger picture, the atmosphere is not changing and an area of high pressure over the four corn erps. that is going to sit there the next few days. that brings the intense heat to southern california. it's a little too far removed from the bay area, and what we see is a cool and breezy coast the next few days and the wide range of temperatures and inland, hot in the 90s and nowhere near the triple layer heat. and limited fog and the next
couple days if any. the 12 hour day planner, a bright morning early on. sunshine start to finish. lunchtime, 70s and 80s away from the the coast. breezy on the coast and 4:00, cool on the coast but the bay, and 80s and 90s once again. and highs on sunday f you liked today, it's like tomorrow. it's a carbon copy and 71 in san francisco. and 90 in napa and fairfield up to 95 degrees. if you head to the beaches, you will beat the heat. a nice looking day and sunshine, and clouds streaming in and the uv index is runninging ve very this time of year and your skin can burn in 15 minutes and the forecast, it's sunny with a wide range of temperatures and we stay in the pattern through tuesday. we have three days of the weather before cooler changes
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the world cup is down now to four teams and tonight, england is probably still celebrating its dramatic victory. >> we can hear it in san francisco. that was a scene of a crucial game in the 2-0 win over sweden today. england has not made a world cup semifinal in 28 years. the last time the country won the world cup was in 1966. >> supposed to be today and stiff upper lip and all that. that wasn't look like it.
>> that changes things. >> down to four teams now. >> and celebrate without your shirt on. it seems like, how long does it take for the skin to burn? >> ten minutes. >> a lot of happy -- here in the states, the a's couldn't fault cleesm's starter but they cracked the bullpen n problem, and what would you be willing to ♪
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9th. joe panik is out. and allen hanson got the start at second. samardzija had to work through shoulder tightness. perfect in the first two innings and francisco pena, a flare out of the reach of hanson and brings in the third run that samardzija would allow. he losted five innings and krau fovrd in the bottom of the fourth presents this climb ma. the stand, does he want the ball? what is he willing to sacrifice. the ball is flying behind him. bottom of the sixth, brandon belt is going to bring in the giants' first run. he brings in hanson. and he singled in hanson in the eighth as well and austin slater swings away to end it. 3-2, advantage cardinals. the giants his back. >> we respect alout of each
other, and sometimes you hit some teams with good pitching along the way, and that happens. our guys need to keep playing, and pushing too. >> he did a great job today, and i think it's going to be huge to have those guys back. in the rotation, and hopefully the next time around, we have run support. >> the a's in cleveland, and look out. edwin encar nason, and jed lowry, and a's trailed by three and a one-run game. his 15th of the year and guess who is up next. chris davis, his first home run since june 14th. back-to-back. thank you very much. and indians have the winning run at first, and the easy come backer, this is going to extra, and in the 11th and a's ahead and a 6-3 victory.
only one day left to see the country's best beach volleyball players in town. the final rounds of the san francisco open takes place at peers 30 and 32 tomorrow. 16 two-person men's and weem women's team. and carissa cook played four years at stanford. >> i see everybody from santa cruz and people yelling stanford. i run back to serve, him like, yay. it's just awesome. i think it's the people. more than anything. >> this abc 7 sports report is brought to you by river rock case seen tha casino. and a rue sneak in baseball that has giants ties. that is cool. >> a man has to have his nachos. >> let the fly ball fly. if you have nachos -- >> congratulations on
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live where you live. this is abc news. >> good evening and thank you for joining us. >> in tonight's headlines now, rescue teams in thailand have become the process of escorting 12 boys and their soccer coach. it will take 12 hours to the coach and the crew through the mound. >> let's go to drew tuma who is tracking the weather in thailand. >> we heard earlier from james longman in the area. he said it's starting to rain
and it looks like it will continue the next several hours. we will take you to thailand and the northern portion of the country is where the focus is right now. that is where cave is and you see rain is falling. that will continue the next 12 hours. they may get a break from some of the activity, about 24 hours from now, and then again, that rain looks to fill in as they are in that monsoonal season. and that is why the efforts have been kind of quickened or fastened a little more as the rain moves in the region. waves of rain the next 12 to 24 hours. >> drew, thanks. as you mentioned, abc news reporter james longman is on the scene and he said low clouds have moved in just next to the cave. rain has started to fall hard. clear why they have begun the rescue now. keep the boys in their v your thoughts as they begin their long journey to freedom.
and the push alerts on rescue mission. now to the wild fires here in california and across the country tonight. >> will carr has more on firefighter effortses to stop the growing inter knows. >> reporter: wildfires raging across the scorching hot west tonight. 30 fires in nine states. california's sun soaked terrain is a tinderbox. prompting the governor to issue a state of emergency in santa barbara county. the holiday fire destroying 20 homes and buildings. and winds pushing embers from home to home. this entire neighborhood instantly engulfed in flames. thousands evacuating in the dea cutting shed. we are fortunate. >> firefighters wages war against the blaze, dousing hot spots and fire lines in triple
digit heat. outside san diego, the west fire levels homes and others untouched. evacuating in just minutes, grab whatever they could. >> we decided to put it in trash bags and get out. >> michelle mcdonald was supposed to get married in one of the homes. he is managed to grab her dress. >> the bridesmaid dresses, theee flower girl out fit. >> and destroying 40 buildings. >> that is will carr buildings. secretary of state mike pompeo is calling the meeting with north korea productive. and north korea says it's regrettable. he talked about the efforts to denuclearize. and it did not include kim jong-un and one official accused him of putting pressure on north
korea to abandon its nukes. he described it differently. >> many hours of productive conversations. these are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all the central issues. some places, there is more work to be done. >> u.s. diplomats with beneath with north korean officials next week. torrents of rain is blaming for 38 deaths in japan and 50 others missing. 5 million people are told to e evacuate. and roads are blocks and warnings about possible landslides. british doctors are saying that a police officer is fine after exposure to a deadly nerve agent. to find out more about a couple who fell ill last saturday. both remain in the hospital tonight. this is the same is substance
that nearly killed a former russian spy and his daughter bar in march. now to a story of perseverance in the face of sadness and adversity. john donovan on the daughter who would not give up. >> reporter: he was a texas farm boy when world war ii started. when he went off to fight, kenneth, known by dale, was 19. he kissed his mom and said good-bye to his 4-year-old sister judith who still remember what is a cut back he was. >> he would look at himself and he would say, oh, you hand some devil you. >> reporter: after being wounded in germany, he went the loss took its toll on his mom. >> every time she talked about dale, she cried. >> reporter: she made a promise to her mother. she could do everything she could to bring dale home in texas. in technology and a program that
matches remains of casualties. judith arranged for multiple family members for samples. mis m his remains were found. and a few days ago, he came home to texas. his mom did not live to see it. his mom was there. >> 74 years. i was determined to find him and i couldn't believe it. >> now dale gets a military funeral with honors in cemetery and his sister nearby. >> i said i would bring him home to texas and he's home. >> at least. still ahead on abc news, a man with a stamp on the world. >> something that resonates with a part of us deep inside. >> news
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have i ever wonders where with stamps come from in many of them begin as photographs. >> the postal service doesn't pay a lot of money bus prestige, that is another matter. for an east bay photographerer. here is wayne friedman. >> he is has been to this place before, and not exactly a house hold name. but that's about to change. >> it's a little surreal. >> reporter: a statement makes more sense of a visit to the studio where his archive includes 50,000 pictures, not counting the rejects, a natural landscape photographer, work that speaks a universal long. >> something that resonates with a part of us deep inside that
likes this think of big rg wild, dramatic but the same time, inviting. >> reporter: like this for instance from death valley. it's just become a best seller thanks to the united states postal service. it's based on america the beautiful. they printed 20 of them. when gary submitted, i had was hoping they would buy one. instead, they took seven. >> to have seven is beyond mind blowing. >> many of the seven photos come from this e john, and edna valley. and how ironic that the man who makes a living making large scale prints has best sellers in 50 cents each. in context, size does not matter. >> it puts in a history books because i mean, these are going to be collectible. >> reporter: known to fump generations at gary craft originals. timeless. >> you have bought any stamps
yet? >> it's on my to-do list. >> if they are your pictures, you industrial to buy your own stam stamps. >> how about that? >> beautiful in the images. sunny and dry. we will see if it sticks around a bit. drew? >> we will see a bit of a repeat of a forecast. tomorrow, a wide range in temperatures, and location is key in terms of how hot you get tomorrow. let's see the next 12 hours. 50s and 60s. away from the the coast, mild spots and concord, the low 60s and plenty of stars and sunshine, breezy on the coast, 71 in france, and 74 in oakland, 87 in san jose, and 95 degrees. highs tomorrow, across the state and parts of nevada. you can see it's very warm to the south. 95, l.a., 113, palm springs, vegas, up to 110.
and through tuesday, the fog thursday and that will bump temperatures back to where we should be friday and saturday. >> thanks. >> and mindy bach will be here with sports. >> absolutely. the other side of the break. eye the on of baseball his his 57 e years have gone by since the teammates have are rare feat. and demarcus c with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees
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$31.5 million in the second year. espn reports that the warriors intend to sign jerebko to a one-year deal monday if he clears waivers, if no team claims her and his $4.2 million salary, he becomes a free agent, and the reach for him is 2.2 million. and a stretch forward, jerebko shot 41% from three for the jazz last year. go boogie nights for the warriors, demarcus cousins watching a summer league game last night in las vegas. cousins' signing surprised many including steve kerr. he continues to rehab for a torn achilles. he may not be ready until january and that is why he called the warriors. >> have you ever been
unemployed. were you nervous? that answers the questions. i was communicating with the staff and the coaches and it's up in the air. it will be when i'm ready. 100%. and we will take it from there. >> dylan demelo will remain in santo ska. $1.8 million. the 25 yard line came on making a case to become a full time player. he recorded the highest rating among blue liners in the playoffs. mid july and for the first time in this year, joanie cute toe, madison bumgarner and the sharkod and now, i only the offense could score them runs. samardzija gave up three runs, and struck out three in five innings in his return from his second trip. the sharks started a season on the dl due to a strained
pectoral muscle. and it led to a trained right shoulder and a second stint. now, he says everything's good to go. >> and you will yourself for thingses that are not there. and this time, the last three starts, all of them coming back from rehab and aaa until today, they have all been free and easy and like i said, the stakes are because of the art. they are because of the execution of the pitch. that is always a good thing. >> washington's mark reynolds had 14 rbi in 36 games headed to today's game. here, he doubled that amount. the 34-year-old first baseman. he had five rbi and 10 rbi. baseball went nearly 85 years and nobody going 5 for 5 and it happened three times and a well deserved standing ovation, and
his teammate, eight rbi against the marlins thurs it in. the first teammates with at least 8 rbi in a game since mays and cepeda on '61 giants. 40 drivers started the coke zero 400 of daytona. 20 finished. this happened just before the finish, taking out a bunch of drivers including jimmie johnson. they try again and the restart is clean. eric jones to pass martin truex jr. and win his first ever nascar race in 57 starts. the final four of world cup play is decided. russia and croatia went to penalty kick. and fernandez, misses. that will be crucial. now this is tied at 3-3. final kick for croatia, and he buries it.
croatia wins and will face england in the semis. and england had to best sweden to advance. 38th minute, no score. england on the corner and mcguire heads it in to give english the lead, and pickford, he was amazing. he had big stop after big stop. england wins 2-0. they will face croatia wednesday. france and belgium play in the semifinal tuesday. and soccer state side. timbers up 2-1 in this one, and san jose on the board with his first goal of the year. final minute of stoppage time. younger, a chance for the equal l izer but the header is too strong. he knows it and the quakes fall. and the abc 7 sports report is sponsored by river rock casino, and the giants and the a's close out the series against the
cardinals and cleveland. >> 57 years ago, that was -- the number seemed -- >> thank you. appreciate it. >> it was a lucky year. >> sorry. >> i still love all you guys. sort of. >> with that, thanks for joining us. >> abc 7 news continues tomorrow. we will see you at 5:00 a.m. for you guys -- i can't remember your name -- >> oh!
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