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fixt know her business. finally starting to get back on its feet after nearly two years of pandemic related restrictions, but we says she is unsure of what she'll do next. this vehicles luable. it m not have, t it's really valuable to us to get ui to and from events. she has filed a police report with san rafael pd says, despite the challenges in front of her survive one way or another, understand we're all going through hard times and you know , we've got to do what we can do to survive and do but gosh, to do things to small businesses that are just coming back. it's really a low blow. it really, really is in san rafael tim johns, abc seven news moving to the south bay were a pedestrian walking in east san jose was hit and killed by a car this evening. the collision happened on capitol avenue near highway 6
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80 just after 6 30. police say the victim was a female driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with the police investigation. this is the 28th traffic fatality on san jose streets just this year and the 17th pedestrian to be killed in 2022. city leaders have been struggling to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety in the bay area's largest city. abc seven news has confirmed the death of the cause of death for rookie centers, a police officer and former san jose state football star.ied from fentanyl overdose at a milpitas home last month. that is the determination from the senate claire, a county medical examiner. packer was just 24 years old. san jose's police chief says the circumstances surrounding his death are under investigation. a family devastated tonight after a pickup truck plunges into the ocean in san mateo county. a man from santa cruz county is one of two people who died in that
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crash last night at pescadero beach. investigators believe the driver was heading west on pescadero creek road when he apparently drove through the highway, one intersection and a parking lot careening down a cliff and into the ocean. abc seven news reporter cornell bernard spoke with the driver's sister came out here just, you know, i don't know to see see work. what was left? i found his shoe. elizabeth and naya came to pescadero state beach to mourn her older brother, eppolito. the chp told her family he was one of the victims found inside a toyota tacoma truck after it crashed into the water friday night around 8 45. he was turned 40 this year. he has three nieces. mom and dad. my sister. i'm just blink right now. elizabeth fears the other victims found inside the truck. maybe her brother's girlfriend's young daughter, but the girlfriend is still missing received information that leads
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us to believe that a third party may have been in the vehicle the time of the crash. um so we were working with the coast guard. to try to locate that third party. the coast guard says that search was called off saturday morning after a third person could not be located. the chp says the truck ran that stop sign here at pescadero creek road crossed highway one into the beach parking lot. and kept on going into the water. a broken post and torn landscaping marks the spot where the truck plunged 30 ft into the water neighbor robert talbott says it's a dangerous stretch of road. this is like the six or six or seven times. in recent memory in the last 30 40 years that people or on pescatore road, and they just think the roads going and they're expecting maybe big signals, and there aren't any. chp says the crash is under investigation. he was in this area. he was barbecuing with a few friends. elizabeth knows her brother, ipolito was near the beach friday but is struggling to understand how it ended in tragedy over here, just find
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answers. mateo county coast, cornell, bernard, abc seven news. new developments. now stanford nurses are set to end their strike after reaching a tentative agreement late last night 5000 nurses at the stanford hospital and lucile packard children's hospital hit the picket lines last monday. the union says the agreement includes a 7% wage increase this year, along with another 5% next april and an additional week of vacation. union membership will vote this weekend on whether to approve that agreement. results are expected monday. stanford healthcare tweeted statement about the agreement, saying in part throughout the negotiations , the parties continued to work in good faith and have now accomplished our shared goal of agreeing on contract terms. we can be proud of. to the east bay, where at least two suspicious fires burned near 6 80. both fires happened overnight near each other in martinez, the first started at
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about 12:30 a.m. on the south pbond side of 6 80 near pacheco boulevard. the second burned near the pacheco off ramp of northbound 6 80 about an hour later. the crews were able to make a good stop. there's a bunch of kennels here with dogs. they were not affected buildings that are on the other side of this ravine. they also were not affected. we threw a lot of resources at it pretty quick. that's just going to be how the season is already wild fair fire preparedness week begins tomorrow. the nonprofit california fire safety council says the state had its driest first quarter ever recorded. supporters of an effort to turn a richmond district street in san francisco permanently car free the pavement today to spread their message. this group of environmentalists, pedestrians and biking advocates paraded down lake street. lake between arguello and 28th had been car free since the pandemic and the sfm to extended its car free status last august. this
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group argues the street should be traffic free for good. if you're going east west take california. take gary take foot . and if you create that space thousands of your fellow san franciscans as we've seen, we'll take you up on it. keep in mind . not everyone is a fan of the idea, saying the closure of the street mixed driving in the city even more difficult. the m t a held public meetings but has not yet made a decision. are shifting gears. now the golden state warriors are ready to resume their quest for an nba title tomorrow they are taking on the memphis grizzlies in round two of the western conference playoffs, abc seven sports anchor chris alvarez joining us with more now, and i mean this is gonna be fun. yeah dion, it always is. the nba playoffs continue tomorrow on abc seven. so does that warrior playoff run? they're getting ready for game one of the western conference semifinals series will be of great contrast , golden state has championship core with some key young players are moving along while memphis is emerging. intractable prove
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they belong to be among the nba's best grizzlies are coming off a six game first round playoff series, which they took out minnesota on friday night, while the warriors wrapped up five game series against denver on wednesday, so a little extra rest this time of the year for the warriors. never hurts. four days is kind of ideal. really so you you in theory, you get to keep your rhythm, but you have little time to prepare. we had a good practice today and now we'll fly out so we feel like we've had really ideal kind of prep time going into game one playoffs. it brings the opportunity where just who's gonna be the better team? um in this particular series, and we're excited about the opportunity. i was started on the road going into a hostile environment, hopefully get off to a good start. two of the first four games of the series on abc, seven tomorrow. 12 30 tip off in memphis, of course after the game follows that and then next saturday night at chase center, both again followed by after the game with larry kerry o'donnell and myself, dion so a great time of
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the year and earlier today i was running along by mccovey cove by star producer alex judas. i walked chase center. you got a lot of things going on here in the bay area, so i tied in weather sports and back to you with the news. pace yourself, chris. thank you, post season. hopefully alright. and don't forget you can always catch the game one between the warriors and the grizzlies. right here on abc. seven government starts at 12 30 tomorrow afternoon immediately followed by like chris mentioned. after the game. well still ahead on abc seven news at 11. the white house correspondent returns tonight with a president attending for the first time in six years. we'll have the highlights and biden's best zingers. we have great neighbors, the north beach and chinatown. a celebration of food culture and coming together the events that had to san francisco neighborhoods in friendly competition today, christian with a look at lots of sunshine and lots of gusty wind , they're both elements of my accuweather forecast coming up, abc seven news at 11 continues.
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pr late night personality trevor noah hosted tonight's white house correspondents dinner, the first one to be held since the start of the pandemic. president biden is the first commander in chief to attend the dinner since 2016 . his predecessor, donald trump , boycotted the event. tonight. he took a lots of swipes and even throughout a bunch of one liners. this is the first time president attended this dinner and six years.it's understandab. we had a horrible plague. followed by two years of covid just everyone who attended had to test negative for covid before the event some sat the dinner out though given the rise in cases including dr. anthony fauci. tomorrow is may day and hundreds of marchers will be taking to
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the streets of san francisco and cities around the country celebrations for mayday. also known as international workers day have been held for decades. you're looking at video from a march last yea organizers say this year's offense are especially important amid the ongoing issues of income inequality racial injustice and covid-19. the march will kick off at 10 am along san francisco's embarcadero. san francisco festival is back after a 12-year hiatus and as i discovered this afternoon, it wasn't just a way for two neighborhoods to showcase. food. it was also a show of solidarity and rebirth after several tough years. italian sausage romano chiefs and daddy i'll be done. this is look so fascinating. it was a celebration of food and cultures of san francisco. 's chinatown little fest kicked off asian american pacific islander heritage mile. we're almost 30 restaurants from
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both neighborhoods came together. thank you to showcase their specialties. this is our gemelli pasta. it's with fresh pesto that we make into agave pesto with toasted pine nuts a little bit of dora. potatoes are imported from italy and then of course shape parmigiano-reggiano over the top. this is one of my favorites. it was a way for the community to learn something new like dumpling making and try new cuisines. i probably wouldn't have gone to all these different restaurants. otherwise the festival supported by the office of economic workforce development and the chinatown community development center among others was proof both neighborhoods were back in business. agh up on their feet. so we thought it'd be really important to have an event for a chinatown and north beach to encourage people to come back like we're open we're here and we're so excited. we have great neighbors the north beach and chinatown. so all of us should be united and bring more people back doodle fest was last held in 2010 back then neighborhoods competed against each other for which dish would rain supreme,
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but this time judges like martin yan. out awards to both communities to show togetherness and solidarity for brighter days ahead. what a fun day now one organizer told me tickets to this year's noodlefest sold out in less than two days already. they plan to hold the event next year. well some good news for skiers and snowboarders now palisades tahoe is staying open through memorial day weekend, all of that is thanks to seven feet of snow in april. it's extending the current season to stay open friday saturdays and sundays through may 30th. palisades. tahoe says, this is one of the longest winter seasons in the region the olympic valley resort is formerly known as squaw valley alpine meadow and spencer, even you are marvel against seven feet so great to see all snow piling up there at the sierra because we need that snowpack as we get into the season when we don't get snow, right? that's it. and it's like at the the ups. loans, i feel like our
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temperatures are gonna be skiing up and downhill they are they're going to go up tomorrow and then down on monday. so let's start with a look at what's happening right now. we've got breezy conditions out there, especially near the coastline where we've got gusts over 30 miles per hour and some spots the winds are brisk and other locations, but not quite so strong away from the coast and it is cooler right now than it was at this time last night. in fact about two to five degrees cooler in most locations around the bay area. my view from the sutro camera looking out over san francisco notice how clear it is tonight we'll get a nice view of the city and these are our current temperature readings 51 in san francisco and mountain view and san jose oakland 54 50th, santa clara 52 at half moon bay nice view from mount tam looking down onto the bagel bit of the bay bridge there and parts of downtown san francisco other temperature readings right now 48 petaluma. that's our chili spot at the moment 54 at santa rosa napa 52 50 napa 50 rather fairfield 52 concord 54 livermore 50 degrees and one more live view from our rooftop camera looking across
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the embarcadero. these are our forecast features will be sunny breezy and slightly warmer tomorrow, then we'll have gusty and much cooler weather on monday with a sharp drop in temperatures with temperatures will bounce right back on tuesday, wednesday to almost summer like levels looking at the forecast animation overnight. we'll see a few high clouds passing by maybe a pack or two a fog near the coastline, but we'll start the day. are with bright sunshine in the early morning hours and that last all day going into tomorrow night. we'll see late tomorrow night a few more high clouds sweeping down from the north as a weak. cold front will move through the northernmost part of california. no rain coming our way. however, early monday morning, they could be a sprinkler or two in parts of mendocino county not likely to make it down into the bay area. so on we go overnight lows tonight mainly in the mid to our 40s and then highs tomorrow starting in the south bay under sunny skies 74 santa clara 75, san jose morgan hill 76 on the peninsula. we'll see highs in the low 70s 71 san mateo 72 and redwood city on the coast breezy and brisk with high temperatures of only
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57 and a half moon bay 58 at pacifica downtown san francisco. will top out at 65 degrees tomorrow 68 in south san francisco up in the north bay. mainly upper 70s to about 80 at calistoga 78 at napa east bay highs 71 in oakland 72 castro valley and the inlet east bay will see highs in the upper 70s to 80 at pittsburgh and antioch. maybe even 84 at fairfield here's whether seven-day forecast notice that sharp cooldown i mentioned on monday. bounce back up by about 10 degrees in our inland areas on tuesday. wednesday is likely to be the warmest day in the forecast period with highs near 90 degrees inlet up to about 80 around the bay shoreline only low 60s on the coast and then after wednesday, we'll see temperatures gradually tapering off to a more seasonal and certainly a cooler range going into the weekend. all right spencer. thanks. and we will be right back. i'm 53, but in my mind i'm still 35. that's why i take osteo bi-flex to keep my moving the way i was made to, it nourishes and strengthens my joints for the long term.
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bay today a 100 year old american war hero saw volunteers put a new coat of paint on his east san jose home edward. garcia is a decorated veteran who helped save the lives of 300 fellow soldiers during normandy. rebuilding together silicon valley and volunteers from campbell civil engineering company sandus repainted his entire home today. garcia bought the home new in 1954 and has been part of the fabric of the south bay ever since then nice to see. alright chris alvarez now with a preview of sports and and chris try to follow that up. i will try coming up in sports time to make a move to memphis the warriors getting ready for the grizzlies in the next round plus different kind of splash it there goes a beer there goes some nachos. oh, we got baseball too sports.
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t abs sponsored by river rock casino the warriors hit the practice floor earlier this morning before hop. to memphis, they're getting ready for game one of the western conference semifinals tip off 12:30 right here on abc 7 followed by after the game now similar to the nuggets the warriors dropped three or four to the grizzlies in the regular season, memphis 156 games compared to golden state's 53. so the grizzlies open with home court to begin the series, but the dubs don't mind opening up in a hostel environment. well, we'd rather be at home, but we're not so, you know, we we look at this as a chance to get out to a quick start. we've had a couple of days to prepare now and we'll be ready to go. it's all about game one. just coming out with a good effort you want to win that game and like you said still home court advantage right away and change the tone of the series from the start. your sunday afternoon plans have been made warriors grizzlies
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game one on abc 7 immediately followed by after the game. larry carriedonnell have it for you giants hosting the nationals this baby still upset about that 10-run loss on friday. it's gonna be okay bottom three gi. to nothing too out rally time tyro strada to rbi double ties the game. that baby's probably feeling better now top six four three giants now make it five three jason foster leading off the inning with a splash homeowner right part of a four-run inning to break it open for the giants and souvenir there top of the ninth darren ruff. great catch that ends. the ball game giants win 9-3, they'll look to take five or six in the season series on sunday asian guardians this guy going for a foul ball. there goes the beer and if you haven't seen it by now in social media, i don't know where you've been all day bottom five a's down one. nothing sheldon noisy making noise second of the year ties things up at one flash forward of the ninth still tied two on two out cleveland's richie palacios deep drive to center christian pache.
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can't make the play. it was a tough one indeed 3-1 guardians. they win and the a's will look to avoid the sweep tomorrow moving on the nfl draft finished up the day the niners made several picks including the very last pick in the draft, which is actually a badge of honor called a mr. irrelevant. he gets a bunch of parties thrown in his honor and the niners actually took a guy who's pretty good iowa state quarterback brock purdy who owns every cyclone passing record nearly, really? no mr. irrelevant has ever thrown a past the nfl though gm john lynch. pick said quote. he'sdurse'll have fun with it. but hey, he's got goals from the outside looking in. yeah, i guess it's a funny thing and i'll embrace the role and have some fun with it for sure. but at the end of the day, you know, i'm trying to go and help a team win a super bowl. that's where my mindsets at with it. abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino, deon. all right, chris. thank you very much and much more to come on abc 7 news at 11:00 a prison official and a
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convicted murderer both missing tonight investigators detail the last time they heard from the pair. day 66 of the war in ukraine and we speak with the san francisco nurse who's been there from the beginning.
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at&t business fiber, now with speeds up to 5-gigs. better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7. the russian invasion of ukraine is now in day 66 new images taken from space and gives a new perspective of the devastation in mario bowl tonight hundreds of civilians and soldiers are sheltering in a steel plant in the ukrainian port city. it is the last holdout for ukrainians in the bombed out city.
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most of the cities sits in ruin after russian forces bombarded neighborhood after neighborhood satellite images show housing blocks heavily damaged and russia is now intensifying its assault in the east and south of ukraine. this after failing to take the capital of kiev after a major. effort there and the united nations and red cross are negotiating with russia to evacuate up to 3,000 people who are still sheltering in that steel plant tonight the first of those civilians are being taken to safety after a temporary ceasefire. are also reports explosions in the historic city of odessa. one of the runways at the airport there has been destroyed and in a nighttime address ukrainian president. zelinsky urged russians not to join the military and feist his forces. now we return to a story we brought to early on in the russian invasion the story of a san francisco nurse who made his way onto the front lines of the war abc 7 news reporter tara campbell has been keeping up
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with him over there as the atrocities have un chaos and kiev the ukrainian capital struck by russian missiles crews responding thursday night. among them a nurse from san francisco a lot of lacerations a lot of minor concussions. we'd people come to us bleeding. so we'd clean them up dennis otoshi is a long time volunteer with the american red cross serving alongside his ukrainian counterparts, and he's traveling into some of the hardest hit towns in eastern ukraine including butcher and european we had to wear. armor and helmets because there was still the risk of minds and also booby traps and while witnessing the horrors firsthand he says in some ways he feels spared with exception of one body, which was believed to be booby trap. i didn't see the horrific images
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that the rest of the world saw helping in the aftermath treating the wounded transporting people to hospitals and getting the elderly. safety we track down their relatives and we would take a grandmother of a babushka into key for example. in fact, i believe there's an image that shows us with one of the babushka's in the back of our vehicle traveling to kiev to be reunited with her daughter the window would frost up but she'd always like wipe it with her arm in order to hey, where am i going? am i really going to safety and despite being in ukraine? his own dime dennis says he doesn't have plans on returning to san francisco anytime soon. the widower says he's fortunate to have the finances to keep going. i would like to be here for the reconstruction because it's going to be a long long time before we get any semblance of normality here.
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and as far as the mental toll of the mission, dennis says he finds some peace in the people's hope this whole i think it's keeping them going and i think that will stick with me tara campbell abc 7 news. he is so selfless. well on the peninsula the generosity of the bay area was on full display to help the people of ukraine. members of the foster city lions club at the farmers market this morning collected donations for refugees. the club has already raised $50,000. well beyond their original goal of 25,000. money will be used by food and clothing along with medicine and other essentials for refugees one member has family in ukraine every dollar counts every prey accounts. every good word. count every support counts every good thought counts. you too can donate to the foster city lions club through their website. and reminder for other ways to
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help the people in ukraine. we have put together a full list of verified groups and nonprofits sending donations and supplies. it's all at our website abc7news.com/take action. well on to tonight's covid-19 headlines visor says new data shows their antiviral pill paxful pax. sorry about that doesn't seem to work for people who were recently exposed to covid but don't have symptoms right now. the treatment is authorized for people who already have covid-19 antiques do missed it. the fda announced its advisory committee will review vaccines for kids under five at a series of meetings in june. and sonoma county's vaccination clinic at the rohnert park community center has shut down. it'll be replaced by a mobile clinic next week. we are learning about the moments that led up to the disappearance of an alabama corrections officer and an inmate accused of murder. a lauderdale county sheriff says deputy vicky white was driving
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inmate casey white to the courthouse for a mental health evaluation friday. deputy white told colleagues she was going to seek medical care afterwards because she wasn't feeling well. the pair have not been seen since the deputies patrol vehicle was found in a shopping center. parking lot hours later empty chia system and escaping that obviously a possibility so we're looking into that is one angle of the investigation was she? kidnapped in route to the courthouse and you know taken against her will that obviously another angle we're looking at the sheriff says there was no medical evaluation scheduled for the inmate and protocol is for two deputies to escort a prisoner, but deputy white was a supervisor at the county jail. the sheriff clarified the two are not related. still ahead on abc 7 news 11 making it on to american idol is hard enough for one contestant
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this challenge pales in comparison to the health struggle. he overcomes came as a teenager. i'm spencer christian a sharp cool down and a summer like war. will both occur in the coming week. i'll have the accuweather forecast in just a moment when abc 7 news at 11 continues.
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♪ agmrenovations.com ♪ is down to its top 10 you can vote for your favorite in tomorrow's live disney night show. uncontested is a young man who overcame a major challenge reporter sandy. kenyon tells us christian guardino's story. still need you he's the pride of patchogue and each week hundreds gather at his uncle's restaurant in that long island community to cheer on christian guardino believe in doing viewing parties, turnout has been insane speaking from la where he's preparing for sunday. big show christian told me that
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win or lose. he's already learned so much as a musician and performance wise when it comes to singing and and work in a stage and connecting with a song. this is not his first tv show but when christian appeared on america's got talent the teenager had already faced the challenge that would have intimidated just about anyone. i was born i was diagnosed with a very rare retinal disorder called libras congenital amaurosis, and that's caused by gene that's missing. eye at the age of 12. he was rapidly going completely blind. that's something that that messed me up for a little while. what do you know and his family took a chance on an experimental form of gene therapy that restored his sight in fact, the treatment proved so successful. he testified about its effectiveness to government regulators. they wanted to share the experiences. they wanted to hear the stories. they wanted to hear what it was like going from nothing to seem all these new incredible things for the first time. and it's been a blessing.
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so now others faced with his rare condition won't have to go blind and that feels as though that built me up with my confidence to do what i'm doing today. i'm sandy kenyon abc 7 news. what a story. well, you can catch american idol here on abc 7 live tomorrow night at 5 pm and stay with us for abc 7 news after the show. all right one last check of the weather spencer and more on that roller coaster forecast the roller coaster ride for sure deon in terms of the temperature scale. here's the forecast animation taking us overnight into a sunny start tomorrow and throughout the day. it'll be sunny in the late tomorrow night. we'll see a few clouds coming in as we call for moves through to our north early monday morning. you may drop some sprinkles in mendocino county, but no rain for the bay area. so on we go to overnight conditions tonight mainly clear with overnight lows ranging from mid 40s to upper 40s. tomorrow's highs under these guys upper 50s at the coast low 70s around the bay shoreline up. is to about 80 maybe 82 degrees in our warmest inland spots.
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and here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. here comes the roller coaster dion the temperatures drop sharply on monday by about 10 degrees or so. they bounce back up by about 10 degrees on ■tuesday and by wednesday, we'll be looking at inland highs around 90 degrees about 80 degrees around the bayshore line, but then after that the little heat spike is over and temperatures start to moderate going into next weekend spencer. i'm starting to feel queasy with that forecast. give that ride a break. that's right. their thanks because alvarez now with a preview of sports. hey, chris. deon coming up in sports the warriors are arrested and ready up next a matchup with memphis. we'll hear from the grizzlies, but they're saying about the warriors ahead of tomorrow's game one matchup sports is next.
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semifinals begins the first of four wins with the trip to the western conference finals on the line. memphis is an emerging team led. third year superstar john morant. the grizzlies are coming off a six-game first-round playoff series win over minnesota, which ended friday night. meanwhile, the dubs wrapped up their five-game series against denver on wednesday. so while the warriors are a little more rested entering the second round memphis is up to the task. once we lead a locker room is out the window. we got, you know lock in on golden state early game sunday. so, you know, we just going to enjoy this moment together in the locker room. and after that we got to flip the page and you know lock into the game plan for golden state. this is one of the best teams. weeks though. we gotta be prepared to go out there and play our bets basketball play on selfish competitive, you know basketball for 48 minutes each night. obviously, this team is playing extremely well right now and we just gotta be prepared for your afternoon plans are covered warriors grizzlies game one right here on abc 7 at 12:30 immediately followed by after the game with larry carey and mcdonald espn reports that both former warriors head coach mark
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jackson and current warriors assistant coach mike brown our finalists for the sacramento kings head coaching job along with current nets consultant steve clifford. jackson is not coached since the warriors fired him after the 2014 season currently. he's an announcer on espn's nba broadcast while brown was fired his head coach of the cavs about a later in addition to his warriors duties brown is also the head coach. the nigerian national basketball team the 49ers selected nine players in the 2022 nfl draft five of those heard their name called on day three highlighted by fourth round offensive lineman spencer burford out of a ut san antonio and toledo cornerback samuel womack in the fifth round three local college football players taking on day three stanford defensive tackle thomas booker with the fifth round of the houston texans booker was a finalist for the campbell trophy award aka the academic heisman. outline backer cameron good was taken with the third pick in the seventh round by the miami dolphins. of course, they're now coached by former 49ers oc mike mcdaniel
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and then cal safety elijah hicks was taken. picks later he's still a bear goes to the chicago bears and after the draft ended several free agent deals including san jose state offensive lineman, jack steiner to the rams tight end derek east junior to detroit. cal quarterback chase garbers to the raiders spring is the best time of the year for basketball fans college basketball wrapped up about a month ago. and the nba playoffs are in full swing and down the south bay mission colleges embracing the game with a class and a partnership creating creating a beautiful blend of basketball. so guys tonight. let's run fours. take a peek inside the mission college gym in santa clara on a spring night. and you'll see some hooper sharing their love for the game of basketball. we're here to teach these students about wheelchair basketball and athletes with disabilities. there's no better place to be the mission college and their students here. there's if i can't create different types of drills with
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basketball then i shouldn't be here corey kaffir. and paul jackson have teamed up to create a will blend of basketball twice a week students from a beginner's basketball class alongside the golden state. warriors poop it up when the road warriors were struggling to find a practice facility mission college opened their doors. it's been great in you know kind of how cory is in incorporated us together and it's you know, peopleadeveenelchaiball. se' shooters.e ve sing what they can do when they're on the course that we learning if you're complaining. about something look right there. you're tired suck it up and look at how hard these guys are working. they are so grateful to be in this class. it's unbelievable. very excited about being involved with us possibly holding events tournaments here. the gym is incredible. yeah, you know, it's just you
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can't complain about anything like that. it's been a great great couple of months so far. i was a really fun story to put together abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino. hmm. what a motivating story. well, that's it for the night. i'm dionne lim abc 7 news continues tomorrow morning at the clock for spencer christian and chris alvarez and all of us here. thank you so much for joining us. we leave you now with a live look outside. looking clear.
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