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redwood and marciel. five people were in the car and all had to be extracated. >> a deer was in the roadway, the driver swerved, left the roadway, hit an embankment and caused the vehicle to turn on its roof. >> chp says both passengers who died were women. one was 58 and the other 25. one of the injures was 15 and the other two adults. alcohol is not suspected. it's unclear if speed was part of the crash. firefighters helped save numerous dogs from a fire. the battalion chief is under going extensive surgeries. he helped rescue two people and 18 dogs from a house fire in san leandro before the attack. abc 7 news reporter has more.
>> reporter: this is alameda firefighter seen here talking about a man who rescued his autistic brother from a fire last year. >> going into the navy. i know. >> reporter: saturday morning, he needed rescuing from a pit bull attack. witnesses shared this video of the dog before the incident. >> be nice, be nice. >> i hope he be all right. i pray he be. >> it was after the fire fight. it wasn't something we were expecting. >> reporter: while he interviewed the 15-year-old fire victim, her dog, which was leashed at the time, bit him in the face and caused severe injuries. two to three feet away from the gal. for whatever reason, the dog attacked, jumped up and attacked the battalion chief. >> that is so sad. that means she didn't have no control. seriously. >> reporter: chp escorted the chief to the hospital here to
stanford where he will undergo surgery for the injuries. >> problem will will have to go through many, many surgeries. >> they saved two people and 18 pit bulls. two dogs died in the fire. >> this house had, there was a younger pup stage of dogs, middle-aged and the older dogs. >> we exercise this hill every day. and to know that, that's kind of scary. >> reporter: the sheriff's office is investigating animal neglect and cruelty as well as the attack itself. the surviving dogs are in the custody of animal control. abc 7 news. firefighters throughout the state are grieving the loss of a cal fire bulldozer operator killed on the front lines of a fire in yosemite national park. he died when husband bulldozer overturned at the ferguson fire. he leaves behind a wife and two children. he was a beloved member of cal
fire, following in his father's footsteps to join the agency. >> it's going to be hard for the unit to process the loss, but we all know that in the world of fire fighting, it is a difficult job, it's a dangerous job. >> the ferguson fire has burned 1,000 acres since it started friday night on the west side of the park. it led to evacuations and closure of highway 140. right now, it is only 5% contained. the massive county fire in napa county is fully contained this morning. cal fire expects to have the fire completely out later today. the fire started two weeks ago, burning 90,000 acres and destroying 20 buildings. one firefighter was hurt. an improperly installed electric livestock fence is blamed for starting the fire. a man and woman are under arrest after they stole a sacramento fire truck and led
police on a wild chase and the whole thing was caught on camera. [ sirens ] >> the two-hour chase ended near lake oraville. it started when they took the truck as firefighters were battling a grass fire north of sacramento. the truck has damage including the front wheel. the sacramento fire department said the truck is worth $1 million. chp is looking for help in solving a freeway shooting that injured three people. this is a story we first told you about on abc 7 mornings. officers shut down interstate 80 as they searched for evidence. the three victims at last check were in serious condition. their names have not been released. investigators are looking for suspects and information of what led up to the shooting. the victim of a deadly on-the-job accident was a teenager. palo alto online reports the
17-year-old of newark died after being trapped under a bobcat thursday morning. asphalt company casey paving was doing sealing work in the parking lot at the time. cal osha is now investigating. police are looking for the vandal who targeted a mural of bay area rock star, carlos santana. they were at the mural and someone threw white paint on to it. the artist returned to repair the damage. an organizer said the vandalism is an insult to the latino community, targeting someone born and raised in the mission. >> when you look at this damage that has been done, we know that it's somebody that came with white paint and threw it on the face of carlos santana. >> roberto hernandez says it's important not to let this divide the community.
a long time bay area journalist is stepping down as the east bay express and four other publications after using the "n" word at a staff meeting. he apologized and said, quote, the krurl characterture i see of myself does not reflect who i am but i cannot defend myself without endangering the journalism that is my legacy. the california democratic party is endorsing senator diane finestein's rival in the november election. she asked the party to stay neutral, but they backed kevin deleon. he has been trying to sell himself as a fresh face, who is more progressive. they will promote him in the fall election. time is 6:06. the man behind the global
movement, burning man, was honored at last. larry harvie died in april. we have more on a special celebration of life. >> reporter: the man with the hat, larry harvie inspired a culture only some would understand. they ignited a wooden man on san francisco's beach. the crowd it attracted and the popularity that followed spread like wildfire. >> 500, then 1,000, then 2,000. then the art. the art was always there, but grew. >> reporter: it relocated to nevada, a destination and outlet for tens of thousands of burners who embraced the community, cultivated bihar vi. for brett, this lifestyle led to love. >> i met this young lady there in 2001 and married her six days later. we have been married now, 17 years when we go out. >> reporter: this story and many others shared at saturday night's celebration of life and
harvey's legacy. in burning man fashion, burners added to the alter, which will be ignited in august. >> i think of larry harvie, what it means to be a human being. >> many tip their hat to the man with the hat. >> he would hate to have this much attention given to him, but we are doing it anyway. he's not here to complain about it. also, it's really important for us to recognize, as a group, as a community, what he did for us. >> at the castro theater, abc 7 news. happening today, join abc 7 in golden gate park for aids walk in san francisco. the opening ceremony is 9:45 and the walk at 10:30 in robin williams meadow. aids walk in san francisco raised over $90 million for hiv and services in the area over the last 31 years. dan ashley will be part of the
event. abc 7 is a proud sponsor of this year's wake. meteorologist drew tuma is here with a preview of the forecast and looking ahead to the workweek. not too bad. today, we are seeing clouds out there. >> we are. aids walk san francisco will have fog early on. we'll take a closer look at that. live look from santa cruz, the accuweather forecast coming up. >> thanks. a close encounter of a bear. what the bear did that has a woman saying she wishes her kids would do the same.
good morning, everyone. the time is 6:12. we are taking a live look outside. a beautiful view to wake up to on this sunday morning. the sun is getting ready to rise. meteorologist drew tuma is here with the accuweather forecast. he'll let us know how the workweek is shaping up, plus, how the afternoon is looking, too. so much going on in the bay area. first, a lake tahoe woman let a bear know what its limits were. >> no, no, no, no. go! go away! >> the christianson family awas about to walk their dog when they saw the bear. she yelled at the bear to scram and she said it worked. she wishes her kids would obey her just as the bear did.
it's summer. that means more insects flying around. how can you protect yourself from diseases? michael finney has recommendations. >> reporter: annoying, irritating and potentially dangerous, mosquitoe and tick bites can ruin any summer outing. the diseases they carry, like west nile virus, lyme disease or rocky mountain spotted fever can be worse. the good news is the same kind of repellents protect well against mosquitos and ticks. >> many of the better performing ones have deet 15% to 30%. it is safe when used as directed even for kids and pregnant with women. >> reporter: the standard dose of repellent is applied to forearms and sticks the arm into the cage of 200 disease
s -- free mosquitos. consumer reports did not test all repellents against ticks. further research indicate that any product that protects from mosquitoe bites will protect tick bites, too. consumer reports top rated repellents contain deet total home woodland scent insect repellent and off deep woods insect repellent. also performing well, 30% oil of lemon eucalyptus and this sawyer repellent. it should not be used under children of 3 years old. to get the best protection, you must apply them properly. follow the directions on the label. the u.s. environmental protection agencies say deet with concentrations of 30% or
less is safe when used as directed. tests from consumer reports have shown natural products with the exception of oil of lemon with eucalyptus do not perform well against mosquitos. a small wine mom and pop is taking on google in court. they claim google refuses to take down negative reviews written by an online troll. we have more. >> reporter: on what grounds do you want to dismiss? what is the case? google's aide had nothing to say. who does? leyla. >> i'm disappointed. the court wouldn't allow me to speak. >> reporter: as the owner of charter oak websiinery in st. h lean that, she took google to court for comments comparing her wine to the toilet. >> worst wine i ever had. rubbery. tasted boxed. >> reporter: nearly all the
google reviews are five-star. the one-star reviews are from the same person using dif dif df alias'. >> she says it has the same taste as ja-- >>reporte >>reporter: we can't say on tov. >> it's a free for all, just be honest. >> reporter: 30 or 50 of them do not violate the review guidelines and suggested she have a great day. >> extremely inappropriate. that's why i'm going to court. >> reporter: she had no choice but to take them to court. they got the case dismissed based on a federal rule where the third party, the commenter is present. what does leyla think of google? >> google is morally bankrupt. >> reporter: we reached out to
google and got no response. she will keep fighting on behalf of small business owners everywhere. good morning. time is 6:17. we are waking toup to a lot o cloud cover. live doppler 7 along with the satellite, you can see the shading. it's the satellite showing low clouds. visibility is dropping along the coast. half-moon bay, we have issues with dense fog. visibility down to a mile. away from the coast, you are doing okay. the picture outside, a live look at alcatraz. we are shrouded in cloud cover across the bay and shoreline. we go to walnut creek. the sun is up. it's gorgeous. inland cities seeing mainly clear skies. a summer-like pattern on this sunday. temperature wise, 50s and 60s. good morning in concord. 61 in san jose. 56 in san francisco with overcast skies. 59 at half-moon bay with the
fog, a cool 55 degrees. aids walk in san francisco this morning, typical in san francisco. overcast skies. could have a little bit of drizzle early on. 55 is the temperature later on today. by 10:00, sunnier and mostly cloudy. into the afternoon, more in the way of sunshine. breezy by 2:00. we have a temperature of 61 degrees. let's time out the cloud cover. 7:30 later on this morning. it is hanging with us along the coast and the shoreline. 11:00, 12:00 midday, the cloud cover back to the coast. a lot of sunshine for most of us. at&t park, bay bridge series is under way. a nice day for a ball game. first pitch, 1:00, temperature 61 degrees. breezy in the park. by 4:00, warming to 63 degrees. have the laters with you if you are headed to the ballpark. the summer spread in full
effect. clouds right now in oakland. sunshine later on this afternoon, 72. 83 is the high in san jose. 90 in antioch. 82 is the high in san rafael. headed to the coast, the beach forecast, starting out with the cloud cover right now. dense fog. we'll see sunnier skies by the afternoon. that uv index is on the extreme side. put on that sunscreen. 75 on santa cruz. 62 for ocean beach. the ocean temperature, a chilly 59 degrees. enjoy the beach, looking nice later on. the marine layer comes back. i don't think it will be as expansive as it is right now. coastal drizzle to monday. 56 the low in oakland. 58 in san jose and 51 in napa. the next seven days, today is about the fog. a nice afternoon. bright. it's comfortable. monday, warmer. jump the numbers up four to five degrees. we'll keep that temperature spread on tuesday. wednesday, it's a nice looking
day. fog by thursday. the humidity is on the rise as monsoonal moisture moves in in the form of high clouds. isolated shower, a bigger storm friday, humid and hot inland into the upper 90s. saturday, the heat hangs on. later on this afternoon, a lot of sunshine and comfortable. >> taking a look at the forecast, you are like, there's clouds out there for the week. of course, the change is on the way. people are like, not too fast, we thought we were going get a break. drew, thanks. tough times for a nonprofit cafe that hires people with with
dan harris joins us from new york to tell us what's coming up at 7:00 on good morning america. >> coming up on gma, a day until the historic summit with president trump and putin on the heels of the indictment of 12 russian agents in the mueller probe. a special report on when the special counsel could finish the report. saving a victim. how a good samaritan thwarted the kidnappers. serena taking yesterday's wimbledon defeat. and what is next for the tennis star. it's gulf it's coming up on gma.
a passionate plea for a nonprofit cafe. operational costs continue to soar, there's concern of how long that he can compete. at the mitchell park community center, many are calling it a difference maker. >> i see these young men and women being able to contribute and be part of something. that's why i love ada's. >> they wanted to em power adults with disabilities. they have been open nearly four years. assistant manager in training, todd, takes pride in his work. >> my favorite part is seeing the customers and regulars that come in every day. >> reporter: now, the cafe could be faced with closing its doors in addition to rise in food and labor costs, the landlord recently hiked the rent by 60%.
it's been a challenging combination to knanavigate. >> we compete against the largest, best known brands in business because we are a coffee/cafe operation. >> reporter: they are grateful for their support. they hope more stop by to show their love, whether it's stopping by to dine or show their appreciation. >> getting to work alongside truly amazing people. you know, they teach me something every day. they learn something from me and it's a great relationship. i wouldn't trade it for the world. >> reporter: a special place where good food and community will hopefully meet for years to come. >> being able to come in and see the sense of community was nice and the workers were nice as well. >> reporter: no contribution too small for a nonprofit that will continue to dream big. last year, ada's was named small business of the year by the
california state assembly. if you would like to donate, we have a link on our website, abc7news.com. time is 6:25. still to come, president trump is set to meet with russian president, vladimir putin tomorrow. how the commander in chief is preparing for the big summit. also, emotions are running high in chicago this morning. high in chicago this morning. the incident my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman high in chicago this morning. the incident for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging. 811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california.
thanks for waking up with us. let's look at the weather with meteorologist, drew tuma. drew, good sunday morning to you. >> we are waking up to cloud cover. live doppler 7 tracking the conditions. you can see the green. it's a widespread low fog early this morning. temperature wise, 50s and 60s. 58. good morning freemont. 68 in san francisco. 59 in napa and san jose, 61 degrees. we'll take you outside. a live look from the east bay hills, fog cascading down the hills. later on today, we have dense fog early on, clouds decreasing midday and by the afternoon, sunnier skies prevail. >> drew, thanks. ahead of president trump's meeting with russian president, vladimir putin, the white house national security adviser, john
bolton will appear on "this week." you can watch "this week" with george stroumboulopoulos on abc 7. the president is getting in another round of golf. he was seen playing with his son, eric. he played golf yesterday, tweeting, it is his primary form of exercise. there were a few protesters, but well out of sight from the president. he will head to helsinki, finland for his meeting with the russian president. the united states meeting a deadline to reunite children that were removed from their parents at the border. >> reporter: the trump administration trying to reunite 0 immigrant children separated from their families. the emotional reunions playing out. this 6-year-old separated from his mother two months finally
reunited in seattle. the joyful reunion after it it t allison. allison was the voice and the face of children separated from families after she was recorded crying, asking someone to call her aunt. following allison's mom on the five-hour journey to meet her daughter at a houston airport friday morning. her message to other parents, keep fighting. a guatemalan mother driven from arizona to new york to be reunited with her three children. she thanked the group, immigrant families together, which is raising money to help families reunite and in detroit, a father separated from his 3 yeerl son more than three months, the two finally together after a deadline requiring all children under 5 to be reunited with their parents.
according to the government, 57 of 103 children have been returned to their families. in some cases, parents didn't qualify because of their background. in other cases they have been deported. protests erupted after chicago police shot and killed a man on the south side. officers confronted a man who appeared to have a weapon. the man started flailing and swinging his arms and tried to run away. that's when at least one officer shot him. police recovered a gun on the scene. he did not fire. >> crowds, afterwards, were very -- they were combative to the police, throwing things. i know they are passionate about things that happen in the community, especially when dealing with the police. but, it got a little out of hand. several arrests were made.
>> police say at least four people were arrested and four officers injured with rocks and bottles. time is 6:32. as the soccer team and coach rescued from a cave in thailand recover, their story is being turned into a work of art. 300 artists are creating a mural telling the story of the rescue and portraits of the s.e.a.l. that died. there are plans to place a sta which you of him to commemorate his sacrifice. meditation is credited with helping the thai soccer team survive. melanie spoke with a local expert about the practice. >> reporter: meditation wasn't new for the soccer team and their coach. the coach trained as a buddhist monk for a decade. >> the ability to control the spin of what's happening.
>> reporter: the medical director firefighter health and healing in san francisco. he says a meditative state helps you identify the thoughts, feelings and perceptions of your mind so they don't distract you. >> if you are in a cave, you are only in a cave if you think you are in a cave. >> reporter: in a meditative state, you can get relaxation. when you are anxious, your breath is shallow and you use muscles in your neck and chest burning calryes. >> you don't have to feel like you are in danger. what they mostly accomplish in a meditative state is they didn't make it harder for themselves. they didn't become their own problem. >> reporter: we can all benefit from meditation, especially if you have had to wait for the results of a medical test or outcome. >> you are at a level of stress and upset, am i going to be okay and what will happen with me that i'm not saying it's the
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time is 6:37. cool and cloudy conditions to start the day. drew tuma returns in a few minutes to let us know how warm it will get in the full accuweather forecast. happening today, sunday in the streets in sacramento. a second round of car-free streets. it provides open space to run, bike and play. they will celebrate the rich history giving residents chance to experience the murals, arts and businesss? the event runs from 11:00 to 4:00 on valencia street to 26th. your last chance to enjoy the most prestigious clay and glass in the nation?
the fine and functional art from the artists in palo alto? hands on patry making and wheel throwing demonstrations. admission is free from 10:00 to 5:00 at the palo alto arts center on mill road. the time is 6:39 on this sunday. drew tuma is here tracking the accuweather forecast for us. drew, you know, it's sunday streets, it's a great time to go out and explore the neighborhood. the businesses love seeing the people. >> early on, grab the jacket. we'll have the cloud cover. this afternoon is nice. the forecast is coming up. the steph curry shimmy is back. will they dance their way to victory at the celebrity golf
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i we worked with pg&eof to save energy because wenie. wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
here's a live look outside from san francisco international this morning. if you are picking someone up from the airport, incoming flights are delayed by 49 minutes according to flight aware. check your flight status before you head out this sunday morning. we'll get a check of the weather with drew tuma. looking for a place to watch the world cup final this morning? we have at least one spot in san francisco. you will be able to watch the game between france and croatia. this has been a popular spot for soccer fans to gather for the tournament to decide the best for the world. it starts at 8:00 a.m. san francisco is honoring a
local basketball legend by kicking off a legend at a local playground. abc 7 news was in chinatown when line dancers performed at willie "woo woo" wong playground. he helped propel the university of san francisco into the national spotlight. wong's son shared how his dad perfected the game at the same park. >> my dad told me, practice, practice, practice. that's what he did. all he did was come to the playground, throw against the wall and shoot. throw against the wall and shoot. >> a sports writer game wong the nickname because every time he scored, fans cheered, woo woo. in sports, the a's were looking to bounce back after the giants after dropping the first game on friday. the rubber match is this afternoon at at&t park.
first pitch at 1:05 prime minister. they will renew in oakland. one of the stars from the bay area team is at the top of the leader board, but it's not seth curry. we have the highlights in this morning's sports report. >> good sunday morning. game two of the series was saturday. this came down to the bullpens. saturday night starters were both out by the fourth inning. the jingiants dancing in their dugout having fun. they took over the bleachers to create their own mojo. bottom of the fourth, the a's leading by one. the rookie, a double's ma shone over the a slider to bring in dugger. the single ends anderson's night. belt was called out on a check
swing he didn't agree with. he let the third base umpire know about it between innings. belt got heated, then tossed. 3-2 in the seventh. he likes the lefties. he crushed that off watson. his first ever pinch hit home run and puts the a's on top. the a's fans in the bleachers loving it. all-star against all-star. the tieing winning run on base. the a's take a one-run victory. the bay bridge series is even at a game a piece. >> it's a significant homer. when it's cold and, you know, you hope to get it over the fence. he hit it more than half way up. yeah. he, you know, he's making the most of his opportunities. >> we had chances there. i mean, we had bases loaded a couple times, first and second a couple times. one more hit. a good ball game. a hard-fought game.
you need a timely hit somewhere and their pitching did a good job. >> the championship features star athletes. once in awhile golf happens. the personalities that show up make it a fan favorite. curry on 15. this is for birdie. you know what happens when curry makes a shot. he gets the curry shimmy. look at the crowd behind him. they love that. he found a curry fan in the crowd and gave him an assist on the dunk. of course, that hoop has to be about eight foot. my kids love to dunk on that. apparently, curry hasn't outgrown that. neither has aaron rodgers. they get into a shooting contest, curry nails it. that's what he does. why does he do this? running down the fairway. he's running a route for rogers. perfect connection. how fun is that?
joe is the leader after two rounds. he shot an even par 72 today. he's two strokes ahead of mark mulder, heading into the third and final round. of course, the third and final game in the series. we have the world cup final between france and croatia. a big sunday in sports. that's at 5:00 on abc 7 sports. have a great day. now the accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> time is 6:47 this sunday morning. the satellite showing that gray shading on your screen. that's the cloud cover we have. typical summer-like pattern setting up early on this morning. fog an issue. half-moon bay, visibility down to a mile. chris spoke of sfo and delays of 49 minutes. the cloud cover is thick at this hour. san jose, good morning. south bay, you are seeing your fair share of clouds. a gray start for many in the south bay. a similar story over san
francisco. a live look at the skyline. you can see it chopped in half with the low ceiling at this early morning hour. temperature wise, namely in the 50s to low 60s. 59 in mountain view and 57 in oakland. san francisco with the cloud cover right about 56 degrees. the winds around the bay shoreline, really light. the only exception through the delta, you have this breeze that, at times has been gusting 30 miles an hour. we expect the breeze to settle down. the afternoon not as breezy as yesterday. the winds 10-15 miles an hour. the morning planner, we have gray start. dense, coastal fog. perhaps coastal drizzle as well. by 10:00, decreasing clouds. sunshine prevailing inland by 11:00. 60s and 70s is the name of the game. highs in the microclimate starting with the south bay, 83 is the high with afternoon sunshine. 90 in morgan hill. 81 is the high in santa clara. the peninsula, 76 in menlo park.
the coast, we are stuck in the cloud cover from time-to-time so cooler, 62 the high for half-moon bay. san francisco, clouds. we'll see afternoon sunshine, 66. it is breezy and get away from the coast, napa, it looks nice, sunshine, 84 degrees. 82 for san rafael. 83 is the high in petaluma. 85 is the high. inland, upper 80s to lower 90s. 90 in livermore. 91 the high in brentwood. across the region, inland and the central valley, it is going to be hot. 105 in fresno, 105 in bakersfield. overnight at home, the cloud cover redeveloping, thick along the coast and patchy fog in and
around the bay. 50s for the lows this evening. the next seven days, fog early on this morning. a brighter afternoon. tomorrow, a warmer afternoon. we bump those numbers up four degrees across the board. tuesday into wednesday, midweek around here, that typical summer spread. by thursday, it will turn more humid around here, high clouds streaming in, thanks to monsoonal moisture. isolated shower. nothing widespread. it's hot inland. near 100 degrees. saturday, 80s and 90s. >> we'll enjoy the pleasant weather while we have it, before it heats up more. drew, thanks. >> sure. the children's hospital successfully performed the first pediatric heart transplant in san francisco. other facilities have done it for years, san francisco never had a hospital equipped for this procedure. we explain what it took for ucsf
to get on board. >> reporter: this mom and daughter are grateful to the family who gave her a new heart. three years ago, she showed signs of cardiomyopothy. >> it the pump blood out, but getting in is difficult. >> reporter: playing basketball and soccer was hard for this 11-year-old. >> i would get tired. i would rest for a bit and go back. >> reporter: in march, doctors concluded she needed a heart transplant. >> sweet little princess, you know, a lot of why us, which is not -- you should never think like that, but it popped up. >> reporter: july 1st, she was in the operating room undergoing a transplant, thanks to a donor. 500 pediatric heart transplants are performed every year. some children die waiting for that heart. signing up to be a donor is so important.
when it opened in 2015, ucsf children's hospital in mission bay became an official pediatric center, certified for heart transplants. the old campus never did. >> there's a complicated process with we had to go through to get approved by the federal government to do this. >> reporter: the doctor was brought here from northwestern. he is optimistic about her future. >> we are going to have innovative new treatments to keep kids alive longer and longer. >> reporter: there's one thing on her mind. >> to be home. time is 6:52. a teenage fan of prince harry and meghan markle surprised the royal couple. the young woman created a hand drawn portrait of their engagement photo. >> it's for you. i was told you couldn't accept
gifts though. >> harry and meghan seemed flattered and grateful. if you are wondering what it looked like, here it is. the 19-year-old finished it just in time for the royal wedding in may. next, there are still a few blockbuster video stores in the united states. it will be down to just one after this weekend
41, 42, 49, 67 and the power ball is 11. nobody hit all six, so the jackpot goes up to $1 million for wednesday's drawing. the winning numbers from the superlotto plus drawing, 5, 12, 24, 36, 37 and the megaball, 4. hit them all and you win $14 million. good luck. there are still blockbuster video stores still open in the united states. the last two stores in alaska are sending rentals tonight and will liquidate starting tuesday. that leaves a lone holdout in bend, oregon. that store's manager says things are looking good. one reason the stores might have lasted longer in alaska, some are saying because internet access is expensive. it was cheaper to rent than to stream. time now is 6:56. drew, i have to say, you remember the phrase be kind,
please rewind? >> of course. >> i can't imagine a world without going to a store and being able to check out your videos, dvds. i remember when that transition was made. >> remember friday nights at blockbuster. >> sure. >> a madhouse. >> $10 popcorn, i'll take it. >> weather wise, we are going to check out this weather. foggy right now. sunshine in the afternoon. we'll be comfortable. 70s and 80s along the bay. the summer spread hits us midweek. thursday and friday, more humid out there. monsoonal moisture moves out there. isolated shower, nothing widespread. the heat hangs on for the upcoming weekend. >> thanks. thanks to you for joining us. from the entire abc 7 news, thank you. we continue online, twitter, facebook and instagram. good morning america is next. our news continues at 9:00 a.m. see you then.
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