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highway 1. >> we found where she crashed on google maps. take a look at just how steep and rocky that shoreline is. the young oregon woman survived the 250 footfall but was left stranded on a rocky beach. >> amanda del castillo has new details on how she managed to survive. >> reporter: 23-year-old angela hernandez finally sharing her story about being sent over a california cliff. these pictures posted to her public facebook page show her injuries. angela was on the way to southern california when she went missing on friday, july 6. surveillance video later recovered shows her in monterey county that morning. the sheriff's office was contacted as her cell phone ping put angela near the carmel highlands area. but deputies say an early search didn't show any obvious signs of a struggle. >> if you're driving, you're not going to see. you have to get out and physically look down there. and even then, it's really hard.
>> on facebook, angela described being stranded. she said i could see cars driving across the cliff and felt like if i could yell just loud enough, that one could hear or see me. that's all it would take, just one person noticing me. >> i think she got it in her mind, i am not going die out here. i think she had a little help from god. somebody was with her. >> reporter: sheriff steve bernall says that same power put angela'sress zmurs the right place at the right time, an area without cell service. beyond that, the couple who found her initially had plans for surfing but settled for a hike on the beach. angela described that moment on facebook. when i sat up, i saw a woman walking across the shore. i thought she was a dream. i had a few just like this during the past few days. i screamed. she suffered a brain hemorrhage, a collapsed lung, fractures to her ribs, as well as some
intense sunburns. in selecelin salinas. >> amazing she survived. new at 6:00, a fire official bit nene the face by a dog is awaiting word from a team of doctors on what's next in his recovery. alameda fire battalion chief john whiting has been in stanford hospital since friday when a pit bull attacked him near the scene of a fire near san leandro. a coworker visited him yesterday saying he is in good spirit with his wife and son by his side. circumstances it made me feel better hearing him speak, seeing that his pain level was down. after that first day i heard he was in a lot of pain, such a severe injury, having a hard a prelina investigatif cruty atse where the attack teowner had 20 dogs. abc 7 news was in san francisco's lower knob hill where a tree fell late this afternoon, smashing on to a red
tow truck and damaging a second car. this is at bush and jones streets. it caused massive traffic gridlock in the area. fortunately there are no reports of any injuries. happening tonight, the pittsburgh city council is discussing approving commercial cannabis permits. abc 7 news reporter kate larsen joins us live to explain what this actually means. kate? >> reporter: well, ama, city council here in pittsburgh will vote tonight on a commercial cannabis permit for kenyan laboratories. take a look. we were just out at the future site of canyon laboratories in a business park here in pittsburgh. now, if the vote goes through tonight, the warehouse will process raw cannabis material and manufacture various products. now, i spoke to the chancellor of oak stream university in oakland via facebook this afternoon who says this is great opportunity for pittsburgh and the east bay. >> there are various ways that you can control tax and regulate the cannabis industry. and for years, we were only
focused on the front door or dispensary sales. now that we are able to finally regulate the back of the house, such as cultivation, manufacturing, edibles, things along those lines, we have an opportunity to really expand on the ability to regulate and tax those activities. >> reporter: now canyon laboratories' parent company biozone has been in pittsburg since 1992. i spoke to their ceo tonight who planned to speak to him after the vote. they manufacture over-the-counter drugs, cosmetics, and nutritional supplies. again, the council vote is at 7:00 tonight, and we will have the latest on the vote. i'll put that on twitter, and we'll also have that right here on abc 7 at 11:00. live in pittsburg, i'm indicate larson, abc 7 news. >> indicate, thanks very much. an entire neighborhood in san mateo was on lockdown for about six hours today after a confirmed sighting of a mountain lion in a residential area. look at this shot.
residents say it did not affect aggressively, but an all-out effort was launched to find and relocate it near virginia and jackson street. david louie is live in san mateo's baywood district with the story tonight. david? >> well, dan, the area that was cordoned off was about a mile and a half wide. residents were told to stay in place while police officers and game wardens searched block by block for the mountain lion. now the nearby schools are closed for summer recess, but a summer session was operating at a nearby church. the mountain lion was first spotted in the driveway of a home shortly after 9:30 in the morning. that prompted san mateo police to alert residents of 800 homes to shelter in place while they tried to locate the animal. six hours later, they succeeded in tracking it about three blocks away. it was sedated and a hood placed over its head to encourage the young female to keep her eyes closed while tranquilized. the operation was successful because police officers, along with a warden from state fish
and wildlife went slowly and methodically from house to house. >> we didn't get too close and we didn't scare the animal or make a lot of loud noises because we didn't want the animal to feel threatened or feel like it was being attacked because i think it would have either ran away or became aggressive. so we tried to minimize the impact on the animal. >> neighbors say they haven't seen mountain lions in their area before. they were being especially careful with their pets while the mountain lion was still at large. imagine being in your car as search teams suddenly appeared. that's what happened to andy and his 6 1/2-year-old, connor. >> we were sitting in our car and officers were coming across the street, guns drawn. it was really pretty amazing to see that. >> the mountain lion is young, weighing about 85 pounds. san mateo police chief susan mannheimer told reporters that it was never anyone's intention the ut to return it back to the woods. >> he will be relocated to one of the native areas right around here and be tracked by the puma project.
>> now the puma project is a partnership of uc santa cruz and the california department of fish and wildlife. they tag mountain lions to track and study their movement in the wild. in san mateo, david louie, abc news. >> all right, thank you, david. a wildfire near yosemite national park is moving quickly and becoming more of a challenge for crews. so far the ferguson fire has burned more than 9,000 acres. it's just 2% contained. fire crews closed highway 140 into yosemite and evacuation orders are in effect. firefighter brad varney was killed when his bulldozer rolled over as he tried to build a firebreak. only today was it safe enough to remove his body. mariposa county residents and other firefighters came out the show their respect as a procession transporting varney's body passed by. he was 36 years old, married with two children. natalie granda from our sister station in sacramento joins us with the latest on the firefight there.
natalie? >> reporter: well, ama, firefighters are working in the extreme heat and very steep terrain. this dark smoke that you can see behind me also posing a challenge for air support crews. meanwhile, families are evacuating, hoping that they still have a home when they return. smoke blankets mariposa county as the deadly ferguson fire burns more than 9,000 acres and counting. the blaze is almost impossible for firefighters to reach as it burns in steep terrain near yosemite national park. >> in a lot of areas they can't go direct because the area is so incredibly steep, but they're going to be doing is working along that edge where they can and just kind of tieing in with existing roads and trails. >> while on edge, the community is also grieving after mariposa fire braden varney was killed saturday. meanwhile, fire crews have closed highway 140 headed to yosemite national park. several areas nearby including cedar lodge at jerseydale are being evacuated the blaze brings back memories from a year ago
today when the detwiler fire burned thousands of acres and destroyed homes in mariposa county. margaret says her family was evacuated on friday. she says they live minutes away from the blaze. >> they were told yesterday that the fire is on snyder ridge, and they live right literally at the property line is sierra national forest of snyder ridge. they're very nervous. they're very anxious. there is not a lot of information for them. >> the smoky skyline is making it impossible for air crews to fight flames. the majority of the blaze is also inaccessible but also full of fuel. >> it's steep, rugged terrain. the area doesn't have a lot of fire history. so there is a lot of decadent fuels in there which means it's really old growth shrubs and trees. we also have the tree mortality, which is a huge factor for us. it's a safety issue. >> working through extreme heat and now grief, more than 300 firefighters from all over the
state are hoping to stop the spread while protecting over 100 threatened homes. now along with evacuation orders, there are several areas under fire advisories. people who live in those areas are asked to have a bag ready in case they need to leave quickly. live in mayor possess sack, i'm natalie granda, abc 7 news. >> natalie, thank you for that update. stay with us here. president trump wrapped up his overseas trip today with a closely watched meeting with russian president vladimir putin. >> coming up at 6:30, local reaction to president trump's most shocking statement of the day. i'm spencer christian. we're looking at a very warm week ahead. it's going to be kind of muggy toward the end. vial the accuweather forecast, coming up. san francisco uses one million plastic straws a day. i'm dion lim with how the city is taking one more step in making the world a more ecofriendly place. and get out your phone and let us know what you think of this story. go to abc7news.com/vote to answer this question. should san francisco ban plastic
today the san francisco department of elections issued voter registration forms for noncitizens. they're eligible to vote for members of the board of education in the upcoming november election. the measure allowing noncitizen voters passed in 2016, but not everyone supports the change. abc 7 news reporter melanie woodrow is in the newsroom with the story. melanie? >> reporter: ama, proposition n was a close vote, 54% to 46% back in 2016. and that was following two failed previous attempts. supporters say this is an exciting day while opponents question where it could lead. this november will be the first
election noncitizens can vote in san francisco. >> third time was a charm. >> school board member matt heaney was the co-author of the resolution endorsing the measure. he says the school board was in full support of it. >> i think it's critical that all of our families have an opportunity to have a voice in the governance after their schools. >> the move is precedent-setting. san francisco is the first city in the state to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections. >> many of our public school families have come to the u.s. for opportunities like a free public education, and it is only right that they would have a say in who will be governing the education of their children. >> the measure passed in 2016. >> we want to give immigrant the right to vote. >> but not everyone agrees. the republican national committee woman from california. she says she voted against the measure in 2016. >> the reason i voted against it is i think the right to vote is something that goes along with
citizenship and should be. >> dylan says the school board is already obligated to look out for the interests of all children in the system. >> but i don't think that people who have otherwise tenuous ties to san francisco given their lack of legal residence should be making long-term decisions about that structure and process. >> perspective voters can request a noncitizen voter registration form at the department of elections online or by phone. the deadline to register is october 22nd. noncitizen voting will be available at every board of education election until november 2022. it will then expire unless the board of supervisors adopts an ordinance allowing it to continue. in the newsroom, melanie wed row, abc 7 news. >> all right, melanie, thanks very much. san francisco could soon ban plastic strauss. we want to know what you think. go to abc7news.com/vote to give the idea a to live to abc 7 news reporter dion lim.
dion, this is about more than just straws, right? >> yeah, ama, you're absolutely rght. there are first city in america to ban a certain chemical from our plastic food every year, straws were at the forefront of discussion today. even the smallest ones. >> he has volunteered at more than 100 beach cleanups. make their case outside city hall to join cities banning plastic strauss. >> we are not alone. >> the legislation was introduced by supervisor katie tang. while it calls for eliminating other plastics, the straws were the main focus. superasha safaeed. >> there are some people medically who need a straw but
most people do not need a straw. >> the environmental consequences are severe. you have seen this video after a turtle having a straw pried from its nose. 67% of trash come from items like straws. the more than one million straws used in san francisco each day pose environmental and trash problems. >> even if we wanted to, were can't recycle them because they literally fall through the cracks of the machines. >> criticism has come from smaller restaurants that can't shoulder the extra cost of paper. >> compared to a plastic straw, you're probably looking at between the lines of two to four times more expensive. >> bruno of ameristraw says in time with demand, costs can come down. >> in the future, as global production is going to increase, it's going to be like a new tv, new 4k tv. expensive now, but it's going to come down over time. >> back out here live, take a look at some of the plastic straw alternatives. we have one made of paper,
metal, and one that's made out of wheat. by the way, that ordinance did pass subcommittee today. it goes before the full board next week, and a final decision could be made by the end of the month. in san francisco tonight, dion lim, abc 7 news. >> very good. all right. thanks very much, dion. >> and you can see the results from our poll coming in at the bottom of our screen. it's from abc7news.com/vote. shows. >> san francisco ban plastic straws? at this point 79% of the people we're hearing from say yes, the city should. let's turn our attention to weather as we kick off another week. >> spencer christian is here. here we go again, more heat, spencer. >> we may try to ban heat and humidity by the end of this week. right now, though, i'm fascinated by the fog. it's establishing such a presence right now. let's take a look at live doppler 7. you can see what i mean. it's all along the coastline, although it's still sunny over the bay and inland. i'll show you a couple of live pictures that will give you a better view of this rather dramatic bank of approaching fog. first a look at the wind. it's gusty in some spots,
gusting to not 140, but 40 miles per hour right here in nevada. i think the 40 is superimposed over an earlier number. 22 are the winds in san francisco. all around the bay we have wind speeds of about 15 to 20 or just above 20 miles per hour. okay. let's look at the fog. this is the view. looking westward from emeryville, a nice view of the approaching marine layer there. it's 61 degrees here in san francisco. 66 across the bay. in oakland 67. 77 at san jose. 85 in gilroy. 59 at half moon bay. this is more impressive. very dramatic view looking from the east bay hills. you can see just rolling on. in 70 degrees at santa rosa. napa, 74. novato 77. upper 80s at fairfield and concord. inland east bay have been pretty warm today. one more view of our approaching fog in downtown san francisco, although we do see a little blue sky here as well. these are our forecast features fog. it will continue pushing in from the coast overnight. it will be very warm for the remainder of the week, and it's going to be hot and muggy inland on thursday and friday as we'll
see about a two-day increase in our humidity. looking at the forecast animation, you see that the fog hasn't quite filled in along the entire coastline yet, but it will as we animate this during the late night and overnight hours which means as the morning commute gets under way, there could be a few spots with reduced visibility, although we don't expect the fog to be very widespread in the inland areas overnight. it will be burn back to the coastline by midday tomorrow, giving us another day with sunny skies over the bay and inland and some lingering fog along the coastline. moving along to overnight conditions, low temperatures will be generally in the same range we've seen for weeks now during the overnight hours. mid- to upper 50s for the most part. maybe a couple of farther inland locations like antioch will see lows not even dropping outside of the 60s, and along the coastline and the north bay valleys lows in the mid to low 50s. tomorrow sunny skies, look for temperatures rising. 88 degrees at san jose. 94 at morgan hill. 92 at los gatos. on the peninsula, we'll see
mainly mid-80s. 86 at redwood city. 84 mountain view. on the coast mid to upper 60s tomorrow with some lingering fog and breezy conditions. downtown san francisco will have a high of 72 tomorrow. up in the north bay, we'll see highs of 93 at santa rosa. 98, cloverdale. 105 in ukiah. 87 at sonoma. 80 at berkeley. 79 in oakland. 81, san leandro, and in the inland east bay, we'll see lots of 90s. 94, pleasanton. 96 at livermore. 96 at antioch. 95 concord. 93 at walnut creek. this is the range of highs we expect over the next seven day, or the pattern we should say in san jose, which is indicative of what most of the bay area will see. temperatures rising in the 90s. mid- to upper 90s inland on tuesday, wednesday, thursday and friday. even with the rise in humidity, we'll see temperatures still rising on thursday and friday. the humidity will taper off over the weekend, but temperatures will remain locked in the low 90s in our inland areas. >> all right. wait it out a little longer.
when they logged on, hoping to take advantage of deals on electronics, houseware, and other items as well. amazon says high demand caused outrages for some shoppers. the company expects record figures from this year's event. >> this is our biggest prime day yet. it's spanning 17 countries. over 36 hours, and more than one million deals. >> amazon expects fire tv days withes to be hot sellers. prime day is available to prime members only. it ends tomorrow night at midnight. the athletes who spoke out about sexual abuse at the hands of gymnastics dr. larry nassar will receive the archer ash courage award. espn says they will honor the athletes who spoke out, dr. nassar pleaded guilty to molesting girls under the guise of treatment.
they'll air wednesday at 8:00 on abc 7. and larry beil will be there before and after the espys with appearances on abc 7 news at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. stay here with us. one of the best parts of the bay area, so of course the natural beauty. >> coming up, see what a difference $5 million can make to a popular east bay park. also ahead -- >> he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason why it would be. >> choosing sides while
live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> i have great confidence in my intelligence people. i will tell you that president putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial. >> a stunning rebuke of the u.s. intelligence community today from president trump himself. the president declined to endorse the u.s. government's assessment that russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. >> the president is back on american soil. he walked off air force one about ten minutes ago and is now on marine one, the helicopter,
which will take him and the first lady back to the white house. this is a live look now at joint base andrews. >> you can see it in the air there. abc news reporter molly hunter has the president's exact words from helsinki, finland. >> president trump has departed helsinki after his highly touted summit with russian president vladimir putin. the blockbuster moment when trump was asked directly to condemn russia's meddling in the 2016 election. >> would you now, with the whole world watching tell president putin, would you denounce what happened in 2016 and would you warn him to never do it again? >> i have president putin. he just said it's not russia. i will say this. i don't see any reason why it would be. >>nsesrn alls trump t cticize pactions.dent buwhen standing next to putin, mr. trump wouldn't stand by the findings of his own intelligence agencies. >> during today's meeting i addressed directly with president putin the issue of
russian interference in our elections, and president putin may very well want to address it. and very strongly, because he feels very strongly about it, and he has an interesting idea. >> the press conference was packed with russian and american journalists. a protester even tossed out. it all came on the heels of a lengthy one-on-one meeting at the presidential palacest, just putin, trump and their translators. a working lunch in between with their respective teams, but no paper was signed, no major commitments were made, and big issues like russia's illegal annexation of crimea didn't get much attention. syria held up as a possible point of collaboration between the two. but in the end, the two leaders both claimed a successful, fruitful, and productive day. and most of those topics discussed with broad brush strokes the coming up of nato and of course that visit to london. the fact that he didn't even mention the words nato, crimea, ukraine will seriously concern some of america's stalwart european allies. molly hunter, abc news, helsinki.
some of the strongest reaction to president trump's words came from republican senator john mccain who tweeted today's press conference in helsinki was one of the most disgraceful performances by an american president in memory. east bay congressman democrat eric swalwell tweeted it's embarrassing american flags were present at the summit because an american president was not. east bay professor joined us for abc 7 news at 4:00 today saying the president's actions complicate his relationship with the republican party. >> i think it really come downs to the 2018 election. if republicans don't do well, they're probably going blame trump. and so it's going to be time to cut ties. they've been happy to get lower taxes and judicial appointments with trump, but if him citing with russia is so treasonous, i thnk you'll see it be a watershed moment. >> the president tweeted after leaving helsinki, saying he has, quote, great confidence in my intelligence people and that we cannot exclusively focus on the
past. new at 6:00, santa clara will ask voters this november to decide whether to tax recreational cannabis. our media partners at the bay area news group report the city council just approved the proposal tonight. the tax could generate more than two million in revenue annually for the city. there is a bit of a wrinkle, though. residents can't by recreational cannabis yet. santa clara is still working on finalizes its regulations and fees for businesses. a measure that aims to split california into three separate states faces key legal decisions this week that could determine whether it appears on the november ballot. opponents of proposition 9 filed suit to block it from appearing on the ballot. they argue it would effectively abolish the california state constitution, which can't be done through an initiative process. the two sides have been filing legal briefs back and forth as the debate and the fight heats up. the state supreme court could take up the case as early as wednesday. one of the most popular east
bay parks, which is both a regional and state park is about to get a $5 million makeover. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley gives us a preview from out on the waters on del valle reservoir in livermore. >> it's spectacular. the five-mile-long lazy expanse of emerald water lined by these iconic hillsides dotted with california observation there are boats and beaches and trails here at del valle in livermore. it's quiet today, a monday. on a weekend day, though, 10,000 people jam in. >> and it's got 400,000 people to this park every year. it's one of the heaviest used parks in our district and actually in the state. >> everything here is 50 years old. and it really is some areas are worn out. >> so for the first time in kicn money. a bipartisan bargain. >> for many years, this infrastructure has needed investment. it is only possible because
there are folks who are able to work together, really learning collaboration. >> parks are the living classrooms where we get our people, our modern wired society back connected to nature. >> years in the making, a new visitor's center would highlight habitat, wildlife, even stargazing. environmental education. the plans are in place to transform what was a concession stand into a full-fledged visitor's center. most importantly, the old water treatment system and pipes for all the bathrooms and campground showers will get a total overhaul. construction starts this fall. one thing that won't change, there is no internet or cell service. it will stay a get away from it all escape. in livermore, i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> that's nice. >> yeah. it really does. coming up next, how much do you know about where your dinner actually comes from? >> some disturbing videos might give you more information than you really want. so why does this animal protection proposition not have the support of peta?
that's next. also ahead -- >> those things that make life easy and convenient are actually diminishing our health and our kids' health. >> can changing your diet heal your brain? tonight hear this is a birthday that brings the whole family together with the best wifi experience. and this is a birthday where grandma can get all her streaming apps on x1 - even netflix. show me, orange is the new black.
well, it wouldn't be the dmv without the lines. so starting today, two bay area offices opened an hour earlier. they're the oakland claremont office and the san jose processing center. they'll open up at 7:00 a.m. on mondays, tuesdays, thursdays, and fridays. the dmv says wait times have been even longer than usual because the implementation of real id, a new line system and the addition of the electronic driver's license and id card application. starting next month, the dmv will open a total of 14 field offices every saturday. ten years ago, californians passed a law regulating the sale of animal products based on the size of the cages in which those animals were held. >> this november, californians will get a chance to take ate step further. some say it's about stopping animal abuse, and we do want to warn you that the video right at the beginning of this story is disturbing and it may be very upsetting to some.
>> it's quite graphic, actually. just know that as we go in. here is jory rand from our sister station in los angeles. >> it's footage that is difficult to watch. this video given exclusively to eyewitness news was captured during an undercover investigation of a kentucky pig farm by the group mercy for animals. baby pigs being killed by being slammed repeatedly on to floor. those who make it to adulthood spend almost the entirety of their lives in cages so small that they're unable to turn around. >> these cages have been considered so patently cruel that they've been banned in california. >> proposition 2 banned the cages in california. but meat shipped to california from other states doesn't have to adhere to these same standards. otng c on the upcoming novem that. >> this proposition, the prevention of cruelty to farmed animals act would close that loophole and require that all of these animal products if they
are to be sold in california would meet california's strict animal welfare laws. >> but not everyone is in favor of prop 12. of course, the meat industry is against it, but so is one surprising group. >> it's a proposition that peta cannot support. >> yes, that's peta, people for the ethical treatment of animals, now telling people to vote no on prop 12, largely because it ignores the welfare of chickens. >> all it does is take hens out of cages and puts them into dark, overcrowded feces and urine-ridden warehouses where they have no more than just a square foot of space. >> i can't speak for peta, but this is an important law that would help protect millions of animals from around the country from some of the worst types of factory farm cruelty. >> while much of what is seen in the video is legal and considered standard practice, mercy for animals say they'll be filing a complaint with the simpson county kentucky district attorney's office for the illegal abuses caught on camera. jory rand, abc 7 news.
protocols can dramatically improve brain health in children, adults, and even reverse diseases such as alzheimer's. >> that's right. they say it all starts with sugar. abc 7 cheryl jennings talked with people who followed that advice, and they said their lives have been changed for the better. >> two prominent california doctors with best-selling books insist that we have the power to heal our own brains from certain diseases. well, it sounds too good to be true, but they say it should start when we're young, and it should also begin with a look at the way we eat. these two women say it is true. they say they healed their brains. sally and deborah talked with me by skype and facetime with stunning news. they reversed their early symptoms of alzheimer's disease by making food and lifestyle changes based on research by neuroscientist dr. dale brettison. he wrote a book called "the end of alzheimer's." >> two years ago, i scored not only cognitively impaired on a
cognitive assessment test. and most recently i scored perfect. i'm really happy about that. i'm claiming it. >> dr. sally, a former cancer researcher and grandmother followed the protocol and is able to cook once again for her large family, pick up the grandkids from school, and she is learning spanish. >> over a period of i would say four to six months, the symptoms i was experiencing all reversed, and i returned to my cognitive functioning that had been sort of my norm when i was younger. >> deborah recovered her ability to sight read notes when she plays the piano. she also regained the ability to help her active family of four while working a high-powered job, and she no longer has facial blindness, which meant she couldn't recognize people she knew. an active grandmother told me by skype that she improved her ability to think clearly, and she lost almost 80 pounds after making dramatic food and lifestyle changes.
>> i gave up a lot of red meat and beans and rice and potatoes. >> ada began making the changes after she started working for cardiologist dr. steven gundry. that was nearly ticks years ago. he wrote a book called "the plant paradox." grammy winner kelly clarkson also read "the plant paradox." she talked about it recently on nbc's the "today" show. she says she not only lost a lot of weight, but also cleared up her autoimmune disease. >> for me, it wasn't really the weight. for me it's i'm not on my medicine anymore. >> the temptation, well, let's just stop for pizza or get a bucket of chicken and we'll be okay. in fact, all those things that make life easy and convenient are actually diminishing our health and our kids' health. >> dr. gundry and dr. brettison have joined forces in the fight against brain disease. >> it's in your family you want to come in your 40s and say where do i stand?
we want everyone to get on prevention. we really can reduce the global burden of dplentia if we do that. >> it completely changed my life. >> i feel hope. i'm celebrating being the first person in south carolina to reverse alzheimer's. if my story can help one person, then my embarrassment at having no brain i joke about is worth it. >> sheryl jennings, abc 7 news. >> and you can see the full interviews with dr. gundry and dr. brettison in our upcoming show on brain health on "beyond the headlines." it's this sunday at 4:30 on abc 7 news. and we're going to post the stories by sally, deborah and ada on there so you can learn about their challenging journey to better brain health, which also have a list of resources for you. if you're concerned about a loved one who might have symptoms of alzheimer's disease, that's all on our website, abc7news.com. all right. wow. a mild hot day out there today, depending on how far inland you. >> drone view 7 shows a
good-looking day as it scans the sky over the south bay. but it was toasty in spots. and spencer is back with an update on the forecast. >> we're going to go from mild to hot to warm to hot. and from toasty to toastier. and perhaps toastiest later in the week. here is a look at live doppler 7 at the moment. it's nice and mild, mainly sunny skies. fog at the coast. it will push across the bay overnight. overnight lows mostly in the mid- to upper 50s. tomorrow sunny and a bit warmer than today. look for mid- to upper 90s inland tomorrow night. 96 in livermore. antioch, fairfield. 92348 cloverdale. around the bay, 79, oakland and here is how the accuweather seven-day forecast is shaping up. upper 90s inland through the end of the week. mid-80s around the bay. upper 60s on the coast. it's going to turn a bit more humid on thursday and friday. it will feel a bit muggy. not quite like east coast muggy, but certainly muggier than the bay area generally gets. and going into the weekend, temperatures may drop a couple of degrees. it may remain quite warm.
the good thing is the humidity will taper off to where it's nor typical levels for the bay area. less east coastish. >> we like that. >> or left coastish. >> thanks. larry beil? >> fun night in baseball. >> we're going to talk about the heat. the broil, it's home run derby night in major league baseball. everybody swinging for the fe
this abc 7 sports report is sponsored by stanford health care. >> good evening. it is the ultimate in pure unadulterated power. it's home run derby night. it's become more popular than the major league all-star game itself. you figured bryce harp worry be the favorite to win in hiss home park. pretty obviously the crowd is pulling for him. we got to get those faces. the fathead things. kyle was the first to reach the third deck. high, deep and alope what. schwarber, he is strong. max muncie right there, now a dodger. 22 homers at the break, walking it off against javier baez. 17 in the first round. here is harper. went last in the first round. did not disappoint. nearly leaves the entire yard. 467 feet. harper walks it off in round one with this blast to beat freddie freeman. he needed only 13 in the first round. so conserving energy there. we are into round two, and we'll have the results later on tonight at 9:00 and bay area re
d.c. for the all-star game. a's second baseman jed lowry. brandon crawford is there. buster posey, he made the team but is resting his hip so will not be taking part. closer blake treinen. >> it's an honor to be here. representing oakland and our fan base and teammates who put us in a position to be successful. i wouldn't be here if it weren't for jed. he had so many hits late in the game to put us up. >> oh, life is good for the golden state warriors. three championships in four years means the dubs are clearly the team to beat. but they're also the team to join if you can. a 6'10" forward can shoot threes. figured he would be resigning with utah this off-season. but when the jazz decided to go in another direct, jerebko was pleased to hear the warriors were interested in him.
done deal. >> coach quinn called and told me there wasn't going to be a lot of room and i had to get on a move. my agent called me and said that the warriors were interested, and after that it was a wrap. one of when the best team in the world calls, you answer. >> it's that simple. warriors' biggest free agent signing ever kevin durant was in south carolina at an aau tournament today. kd caught up with some of the nation's hop high school players and watched team durant, a team that he sponsor, participate in what's called the peach jam, his three-city tour wraps up in new york on wednesday. espn, they couldn't show a ton of world cup highlights because of restrictions, so they came up with the lego version of france's victory over croatia in the final. they look exactly like that, actually. they had real humans out there to be photographed for the victory parade. hundreds of thousands of fans out there saluting the champs. they enjoyed the parade along the champ-elysees. unlike the warriors parade that.
>> put everybody on one bus. you you've can see the deterrorid detromp in the background. >> awesome. >> should have covered that parade in paris. >> but only one bus. we do a good parade here. >> thanks, larry. join us tonight at 9:00 on kofy tv cable channel 13. a suspected russia agent busted as the president sat down today. federal prosecutors reveal the plot linked to the nra. and then on abc 7 news at 11:00, we have new details about the san mateo man accused of being the ride share rapist. find out what we've learned about his background. and coming up tonight on abc 7 news at 8:00, it's the bachelorette followed by the proposal at 10:00. and stay with us for abc 7 news at 11:00. >> all right. that is going to do it for this
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