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francisco has been nancy pelosi from receiving communion tonight. we hear from ordinary catholics about how they're responding to the news as war continues in ukraine a bay area air force captain works to get her mother out safely. i'm spencer christian. there's some very warm summer like weather coming our way and i'll have the forecast abc 7 news at 11 starts right now. building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. good evening. i'm amanda del castillo. you're watching abc 7 news at 11 now one day after san francisco's archbishop band house speaker nancy pelosi from receiving communion other members of the catholic community are responding abc 7 news reporter tim john spoke with some earlier today to get their take on the archbishop's decision. this catholics around san
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francisco gathered for mass. saturday night one issue seems to be top of mind for many in the community on friday archbishop salvatore cordeleoni issued a statement borrowing house speaker nancy pelosi from receiving communion. all of us pelosi's fellow catholics. wish her nothing, but the best and love her but unfortunately, this is a situation where tough love is definitely needed and that is exactly what the archbishop is extending. carmel. richard is a board member of pro-life sf. she says ports the archbishop's decision and believes. it's in keeping with the laws of the church the truth. we can't break into pieces. we can't kind of believe a part of it and reject a part of it now while speaker pelosi won't be able to receive communion here in san francisco. she could still get it in other archdiocese, but that's a choice. she shouldn't have to make say other catholics. jamie manson is the president of the national catholics for choice organization. it just very stroll and
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spiritually violent way possible. manson says she thinks the arts. decision is an extreme one that doesn't correlate with the actions of other catholic leaders. she points to a 2021 vote by american bishops that fell short of refusing communion to president. joe biden or others who support abortion rights and worries that the archbishop's decision could ultimately end up doing more harm than good. it will only alienate catholics who are already quite alienated because of the other scandals in the church and the church's failure to listen to the lives of its faithful in san francisco tim johns abc 7 news in the east bay a group of three men kidnapped pistol whipped and robbed a woman near the del norte bart station in el cerrito. it had been last night around 10:30, and there's now a manhunt for the suspects the woman told police. she was forced into a green sedan robbed and beaten and then left at blake and liberty streets police say they responded to the location of a
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report of gunshots after one of the robbers fired a gun the victim was taking to the hospital for her injuries. a bit of a scare this afternoon near vacaville a wildfire erupted off quail canyon road and cal fire says it grew to about 150 acres evacuation orders were issued to some residents in the area firefighters have made considerable progress and at last check the fire was 45% contained. there are no reports of any damages from flames. wildfire season has definitely arrived in the bay area and one community is making sure everyone has the tools they need to be prepared in the north bay today a wildfire. ready. resource fair abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard was there. i'm concerned for my family, but also just to be informed for my neighborhood. there's a weekly test jennifer rocco was checking out the first ever wildfire ready resource fair in santa rosa a one-stop shop for fire preparedness and
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education. she knows the threat is real in 2019. i think it was we we saw the flames. come from the other way. so we decide to evacuate unfortunately, i think a lot of homeowners have already been affected. and so retroactively they're thinking oh, what can i do better in the future? and this is our walden pack. we'll wear this while we're out fighting wildland fires. there were tips on creating defensible space around homes and where to go with a wildfire prompted neighborhood evacuations. this evacuation siren was only a test three major wildfires in five years have taught north bay residents tough lessons last year. we had more acres burned in the city limits then we had and probably the last 20 years with the exception of the tubs nuns and glass fires and it really shows that the drought conditions are real climate change is happening. let's go cal fire started training its seasonal firefighters more than a month early this year due to increased fire danger in the bay area.
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i just can't imagine being surrounded by fire. it's just all new to me antoine jenkins and his son cameron. just moved to santa rosa from texas. he's learning that earthquakes aren't the only things to prepare for here. people. just need to know. they need to know what to do what they can do and how to prepare because it's going to keep happening and being prepared could be a lifesaver. we as a city are showing that we're not just sitting back and doing nothing. we're trying to do everything we can proactively the santa rosa fire department has declared june 6th the start of prime fire season and with drought conditions worsening fire crews are gearing up for what could be a very long summer in santa rosa cornell bernard abc 7 news. a wildfire burning in yuba county is now 70% contained the golden fire has burned more than 20 acres near the town of camptonville, which is on federal land inside tahoe national forest the cause of that fire is still under investigation authorities say this is the kind of wildfire. they usually don't see this
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early in the season a lot of larger fires who typically see in the late summer early fall. so this early spring stuff is a little bit different than what we've used to see in this area. highway 49 remains closed in yuba county north of grass valley winds caused spot fires along 49 which has led to evacuations. a brush fire that forced evacuations for several hours yesterday in mendocino county is affecting air quality here in the bay area the owens fire ignited yesterday afternoon near point arena. it has charged 36 acres and is 20% contained bay area air quality officials today. say smoke from that fire could impact the air across the bay area from the peninsula to the north bay. developing news and up-and-coming bicyclist from san francisco has been shot to death in austin, texas and the suspect is on the run and what investigators are characterizing as a love triangle mariah wilson was killed last week by another
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female cyclist caitlin armstrong who has been charged with wilson's murder police say wilson had been in a brief relationship last year with armstrong's boyfriend wilson was in austin for a race the boyfriend who is also a cyclist told. police he had been dating armstrong for about three years and the relationship with wilson happened during a break in the fall. security guard who died in the mass shooting at a buffalo supermarket is being honored this weekend. kenisha's college gave aaron solter jr. a posthumous degree in communications. he was just three credits short or one more course salter put his education on hold because of work and family his son. you see their accepted the degree on his behalf. when they told me that they were going to do that for him, and they asked me if i wanted to do it. i said absolutely they told me to think about i said, i don't want to think about it. i'm gonna do it because i know that we're making happy. salter was killed when he confronted the gunman at the top supermarket.
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now coming up an escape weeks in the making here how a woman stationed at travis air force base successfully plotted to get her mother out of war-torn, ukraine and a little later relief may finally be on the way as the united states looks to head off the baby formula shortage. i'm spencer christian looking ahead to some summer like heat coming our way next week. i'll have the accuweather forecast coming up when abc 7 news at 11:00 continues.
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to the world, now you know. so sound the alarm.
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to the world, now you know. in ukraine russia says ukrainian fighters have surrendered at a steel plant in mario paul that plant was the final holdout of ukraine's defenses and the otherwise russian. occupied city have you fighting continues in eastern ukraine with a child among seven people
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injured in the city of lazova after russian missiles hit a cultural center yesterday russia's transportation minister said today that western sanctions against russia have quote practically broken. all logistics corridors used by the country for trade russia state owned news agency is reporting and back in the bay area a captain at travis air force base's breathing a sigh of relief helping her mother. escape from ukraine and as abc 7 news reporter tara campbell reports. they're now safely at home in vacaville. us air force captains lactose lava karga embracing her mother luba jumping into action as soon as she agreed to flee from ukraine. i immediately contacted several of my friends if they know of anybody who assists elderly and vulnerable population to escape here the ukrainian born american citizen is based out of travis air force base, and she's worked tirelessly to get her mother here to her home in vacaville i
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had two weeks of sleepless nights extreme anxiety i was running on adrenaline literally because i was living on ukrainian time. and my brain was constantly working planning her mother's escape over a two-week period from one safe house to the next luba leaving everything behind the shoulders my arrows family albums my job my cat. everything the captain calling her husband her biggest support. i was just thinking what can i do to not get in the way and to support her and whatever she needs to do and that meant traveling to poland to pick up luba one of millions of ukrainians who have fled i think it was seven buses until i finally found the one that she was on and ran there grabbed her bags. gave her a hug and luba is feeling lucky to be safe and free on this northern california
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property just our first of all i am i cannot express how grateful i am. to american people captain cargo accrediting her air force background in bringing her mother to safety. just samir fact that i'm a female. i'm a captain just empowered me because i'm a leader who is able to make decisions then by them and not be in afraid and as for how long luba will stay i'm will tell tara campbell abc 7 news. in the east bay some of the most skilled utility workers around put their abilities to the test to show who's best dozens of teams took part in what's known as the lineman's rodeo at pg&e headquarters in livermore competitors from utility agencies all over the state and beyond took part in today's events, which included poll climbing companion rescue and other skills the top finishers from pg&e will go on to compete in the international lineman's
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rodeo coming up in october and that's chances in the south bay santa clara county residents are getting a hands-on opportunity to help reduce water pollution today valley water hosted its national river cleanup day an everton ensure santa clara county's creeks and rivers are clean trash that enters those waterways eventually find its way into the san francisco bay one group of volunteers met up to clean up a popular hiking trail along blossom hill road in san jose. i drive by boston hill road. there's this beautiful open. face and i want to do what i can for. our local nature in all more than 500 volunteers took part in today's cleanup events around the county clearing thousands of pounds of trash out of the creek areas. a great day to be outdoors in redwood city as well for a very special event the sequoia healthcare district staged health on the square in downtown redwood city all day today this
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community event brought together dozens of vendors offering information to help support local health organizations. there were exercise classes or drum circle and so much more one of the key sponsors is the nfl alumni association of the area. first off we're gonna see what you say. you were like pasta but more important. we are running vaccinations. i've been vaccinated. i've got my boosters and just say for everybody get vaccinated be healthy, so you see him there rocking out abc's 7 news. anchor dan ashley was their performing with his band and entertaining the crowd hundreds of people enjoyed a day of fun entertainment and information, of course. more reason to really just get outdoors looks like so much fun with some warm weather coming up. absolutely. it looked pretty hot there with. yeah. i'm walking out.
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i want to tell you dan. what is a great rock and roll performer he put the rock in rock and roll? let's take a look at what's going on with our weather see if we can heat things up here a little bit right now. we're looking at breezy conditions becoming less breezy the earlier in the evening. we had some pretty strong gusts out there. and right now we're looking at calm conditions almost everywhere except right along the coastline here of through the golden gate. we've got some little love brisk breezes going on and it's a little bit cooler by a degree or two in most locations across the bay area then at this time last night. so a good overnight cool. was nice because we've got some warm days coming our way. here's a live view from sutro tower looking out over san francisco where it's 53 degrees right now. we've got mid-50s. also at oakland mountain view, san jose 58 santa clara 56 and 40 six degrees at half moon bay. excuse me. looking out over the bay from the east bay hills camera looking westward along the bay bridge other temperature readings right now 54 in santa rosa petaluma, only 50 57 at napa fairfield is one of our two warmest spots concrete 64 degrees 57 livermore right now
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and the view from our rooftop camera looking toward the bay bridge. these are our forecast features. it will be mild to warm the next two days then we'll get a summer like warm-up on tuesday and wednesday. in fact midweek. we might see inland high temperatures near the triple digit range, but it'll be cooling down sharply late next week. here's our overnight forecast animation starting at midnight notice. we'll see the development of some fog along the coastline maybe even reaching locally across the bay during the overnight hours, but it'll burn away quickly in the early morning hours giving us another sunny day. a warmer one than we had today moving along taking a look at overnight lows. it'll be mild and most locations. most locations will see lowe's right around 50 52 degrees a few spots will drop into the upper 40s, but along the coastline it'll be even cooler with only mid 40s there as for tomorrow sunny skies mild to warm conditions all across the region down the south bay look for highs from low 80s to mid 80s 82 at santa clara to 85 at morgan hill on the peninsula pretty mild as well. 79 degrees will be the high right with city with to upper
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70s at other peninsula locations on the coast only about 60 degrees at pacificaowl have a hh up 68 degrees tomorrow up in the north bay. look for highs in the mid to upper 80s up to about 88. santa rosa at calistoga east bay highs oakland 75 castro valley 77 and the inlet east bay as is often the case will be our warmest region with highest ranging from mid to upper 80s generally but up to about 90 at fairfield and brentwood and here is the accuweather 7-day forecast notice the midweek warm up. monday low 90s inland tuesday upper 90s to almost 100 in the warmest inland areas mid-90s inland on wednesday, by the way midweek. we'll see high temperatures around the bay shoreline in the mid to upper 80s, which is pretty warm for this time of the year. but thursday, we got a sharp cool down which will continue going into friday and saturday temperatures will remain will return i should say to a more seasonal range by next weekend, but we've got some toasty days coming our way if you love the warm weather you're gonna love
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midweek. yeah the toastiest tuesday i see thank so much spencer, i appreciate it. now. they are gold-blooded or in this case gold to the core see how warriors fans are getting ready for the team's trip to dallas. fanduel and draftkings, two out of state corporations making big promises to californians. what's the real math behind their ballot measure for online sports betting? 90% of profits go to the out of state corporations permanently. only eight and a half cents is left for the homeless.
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wait until game day warriors fans are getting pumped up for tomorrow's game against the dallas mavericks fans came out to -- sporting goods in daly city today for an in-store prep rally pep rally all of it ahead of tomorrow's warriors game against the mavs in dallas the event included an ice cream truck giveaways a photo booth and a dj and now we're gonna go straight to chris alvarez. he's here here with a preview of sports. amanda coming up in sports bay area baseball ahead and stanford softball making some noise and on the eve of game 3. the warriors the latest on the plane status of andrew wiggins after a bit of an ankle tweak in game two sports is next.
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f abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino warriors forward andrew wiggins has been the primary defender on maverick superstar luca donchic wigs though officially ruled as questionable for game three tomorrow night in dallas as the dubs will take a commanding 30 series lead wig scored 16 points with five rebounds five assists in 38 minutes during the game to win, but tweaked his ankle a bit on this drive in the second quarter was able to play through it and coach kerr didn't seem overly concerned. yeah, i expect him to play. i think you know, it's just standard procedure of somebody gets an injury. you have to report it. so it's he's technically he's questionable but we expect him
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to play to be honest. i didn't even know he was hurt until raymond just told me he was questionable. so. generally get a win of road game, you know to to win a series. that's usually the way it works not always but for us that's been a good formula. we've won road games in 25 street series over the years. so we're very confident in our ability to to win on the road, but we know it's going to be a big challenge here in dallas. giants and padres afternoon baseball at oracle big hats on a sunny day. always a good look manny machado drove in the winning run in the 10th and friday's game 425 foot blast the left center our carlos rodan won. nothing san diego bottom eight giants down two. nothing wilmer flores sends this to his friends and left fourth of the season all of a sudden giants down. just two to one bottom of the ninth now same score louise gonzalez representing the winning run the plate strikes out looking giants lose 2-1, they'll look to avoid the three-game sweep. tomorrow ace fans having fun in
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anaheim. pick it up second inning luis and hifo back up the middle frankie montes goes off. his hand makes the play for the out but take a look again baseball goes off. the pinky montess would actually have to leave the game the a's trail five nothing into the 8th, but it's rally time jed lowery rbi double into the corner. sheldon noisy is gonna score oakland scored three in the frame top of the ninth ace down five three and the pitch buzzed this elvis andrews. watch out goes down the umpire rules. he swung and his strike three. clearly trying to get out of the way not a swing but manager mark katsay argues. no avail a's lose 5-3 the series wraps up tomorrow stanford and sixth ranked alabama in the ncaa regionals taylor gendelsberger leadoff triple scoring the first run watch this on the sydney huff grounder playing a little pickle. she wins there cardinals score three in the first to take the lead. a lot of voter just dealing on
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the mound just two hits allowed striking out four stanford wins six. nothing the cardinal and alabama's 44-game regional win streak. they hadn't lost this round since 2007 stanford will play in the regional final on sunday. abe sports sponsored by river rock casino amanda it might be one of the biggest events of the year for asian and pacific islanders. we will take to tonight's inaugural a 100 gold gala which brought stars from all walks of life and say hey, see how the san francisco giants are teaming up with a bay area city to honor one of the greatest players in baseball history. baseball history. ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪ pop it like it's hot.♪ ♪♪ pop it like it's— pop my $6.49 classic and spicy 50/50 popcorn chicken combo. only at jack in the box.
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popcorn chicken combo. better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. this aapi heritage month a big celebration was held to recognize some of the most important leaders and visionaries in the asian-american community abc 7 news. anchor dionne. lim was invited as a guest to the inaugural gold gala in los angeles. she brings us this behind the scenes look, welcome to downtown los angeles where this is not your ordinary awards show as you can see instead of a red carpet. this carpet is gold for the gold house inaugural gold gala where we are celebrating asian americans and pacific islanders from all industries for their accomplishments in breaking that bamboo ceiling we spoke to a number of visionaries and politics hollywood tech and more many from the bay area. they all had the same message of gratitude and why this gala is important for aapi representation?
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we have so many stories to share and to tell them but in our own way. with all this this is a long time coming seeing all these amazing talented people and they're all storytellers and they're all creative and they're all contributing in their own way and we're loud and proud and and we're here to stay. i hope you get to follow your dreams of the way that we were promised to follow your dreams. actually very different threads even our parents come from different threads of india of asia. what matters is us finding the roots of that and being able to express who we are whichever way we've connected to it. i remember when i was young the first time i saw an asian american face was on star trek and i was so empowered. i was like a hero, you know, yay, and i know i always remember that feeling as a child. and so that's why i love my job because i get to get delivered that same type of empowerment for kids. across the globe. we've got rc at the table and it's companies like gold house and events like this that keep
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us there. what a remarkable day. this has been now. i'm particularly excited to be here tonight not only to be covering it but because i was named in a100 gold house recipient last year. i am tremendously proud to be here on behalf of the media and abc7 in los angeles tonight. i'm dion limb abc 7 news and we hope you'll join us sunday for a special asian pacific american heritage month presentation our america because i am we're shining light on the nearly 25 million asian american native hawaiian and other pacific islanders living in the us and they're positive impact on our communities politics and even pop culture people in the apa community are often asked. where are you from but you'll see that regardless of someone's name or what they look like. we are all seconds don't miss our america because i am sunday at 2:30 pm on abc 7 and where you stream abc 7 news bay area
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now as the baby formula shortage continues relief is on the way more than 71,000 pounds of specialized formula loaded up by us troops in germany onto a military cargo plane is arriving this weekend abc news reporter corina. mitchell tells us more help could be on the horizon. tens of thousands of pounds of baby formula will soon be on the way to the us and to the homes of desperate families soldiers at ramstein air base in germany loaded 130 pallets of formula. the flight is expected to depart overnight and will be the first under operation fly. formula. our team has gotten those pallets off of trucks that have come from places here in europe and they're gonna be loaded on to c-17 aircraft 71,000 pounds of formula expected on that first flight all of its special. for babies allergic to cow's milk proteins agriculture. secretary. tom bilsack will be on hand when that shipment arrives in
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indianapolis many parents growing desperate. we're in america 2022 and i'm worried about how i'm gonna feed my child. it's very surreal nationwide data shows an average of nearly 45% of baby formula has run out president joe biden signing a bill on saturday making it easier for recipients of the federal wic nutrition program to use their it's to buy baby formula the president also invoking the defense production and inssue abbott's main formula making plant in michigan triggered the shortages abbot ceo robert ford in a washington post op-ed writing. we're sorry to every family that we've let down and says he expects the facility will be able to restart by the first week in june dr. natasha berger's office provides what it can both cans of formula and advice. i really encourage family. talk to their doctor because there's not just one solution for every family and not every family can. just execute every single plan
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karina mitchell abc news, new york. a multi-state salmonella outbreak has led to the recall of some jif peanut butter products 14 people in 12 states have reported illness due to the outbreak two have been hospitalized the salmonella cases traced back to a plant in kentucky operated by the jm smucker company. the american red cross is continuing relief efforts in gaylord, michigan the town ripped apart by a slow moving tornado two people were killeen tornado touched down friday afternoon the storm first hit a mobile home park then moved through the city's business area sending people running for a cover as debris flu through the air sudden like their roof started to shake i turn around and the left side of hobby. lobby's roof just came off to describe what a little that i was able to personally see it's devastating. and the governor has signed an emergency declaration for the
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whole county the national weather service estimates. the tornado was on the ground for 26 minutes. now boeing starliner spacecraft docked at the international space station yesterday for the very first time it's designed to eventually ferry astronauts too and from the space station it took off from florida on thursday night on a test mission without a crew they experienced some hiccups along the way to thrusters shut down, but it's backup systems kept them on track officials say the spacecraft could be set to launch astronauts by the end of the year. and in less than 24 hours, we will know who will be the next american idol the show is down to its final three contestants. so who's favored to win? we'll give you a preview. i'm spencer christian warmer tomorrow hotter early next week. i'll have the accuather forecast coming up when abc 7 news at 11:00 continues.
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♪ ♪ some of the best food and wine the north bay has to offer during the first ever healdsburg wine and food experience this weekend the event showcases. the region's farmers growers winemakers and celebrity chefs featuring special wine tastings in seminar, discussions barbecues celebrity chefs demonstrations. and a country music concert events are being held at various restaurants and wineries in healdsburg. part of the proceeds will go to the sonoma county grape growers foundation and future farmers of america the 20th season of american idol will come to a close this sunday night with the three finalists singing the music of bruce springsteen and a bid to win the title judges katy perry lionel richie and luke bryan will all perform and so will season 4 winter carrie underwood who is serving as a mentor on the program entertainment reporter sandy kenyon spoke with the final three and has our preview.
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they were good enough to impress the judges all season long. in fact, it's fair to say that leah marlene noah thompson and the entertainer known as hunter girl got them excited from the very start the smop fifth year doing this and that is my favorite. email country voice i've heard inside you now she's being called the favorite to win sunday night. so in a zoom call with the two other finalists i wanted to know do you feel like the favorite? i don't feel like i don't know. i'm as happy to be here. i don't know how i got here, but i'm so happy that i made it through this point. just if prevails she will be the first. female country singer to win since carrie underwood launched her career on idol. she's been mentoring noah this
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season. his place in the top three is all the more remarkable because he overcame covid it took a big toll on me. like i felt like almost couldn't breathe in my throat was killing me. so i was it kind of just broke my heart almost, you know, the third finalist looks and sounds like an angel according to judge katy perry. i'm just celebrating. that's my mood going in. i'm in shock that i'm here still and i'm just going in to celebrate and like just savor every last moment because we've all been together for so long win or lose they all call their time on american idols a life-changing experience. sandy kenyon abc 7 news and you can watch the american idol finale sunday night right here on abc 7 tune in at 5 pm to watch it live and if that's too early for you, we have it all over again starting at 8 pm. the san francisco giants and the city of richmond are teaming up
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to give kids a safer place to play ball and also pay tribute to a legend the city of richmond honored giants hall of famer willie mays at nickel park today by enshrining maize on the parks walk of the honor the city also renamed the three baseball fields at the park willie mays jr. giants fields mazes the first person to receive his this honor. he did not attend today's event, but the honor nearly brought his son michael to tears. i know he identifies with the people here what he would say is dream big. stay strong. and he's got you back. great now the ballpark renovation was paid for and part by the giants community fund. the restored fields have brand new grass bases pitching mounds and a really maze banner. now that's another wonderful reason to maybe get out there spencer. christian is here with our weather of warm weather ahead. oh amanda, we've got some great
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baseball by the coming our way. let's start with a look at overnight conditions the forecast animation shows that we'll have clear skies, but a little fog will form along portions of the coastline and maybe even move locally across the bay, but it's going to be a sunny day tomorrow the father will burn away quickly in the morning hours. so during the overnight hours look for low temperatures ranging from forties to low 50s mainly but on the coast a little bit cooler with only mid-40s then tomorrow sunny breezy at the coast high temperatures will range from only upper 50s at the coast to mid and upper 70s around the bay shoreline 75 oakland 76 in san mateo down the south bay 83 at san jose inland east bay upper 80s to about 90 in the warmest locations, and it's going to get even warmer. here's a look at the accuather 7-day forecast monday. look for low 90s inland up to about 80 around the bay upper 90s inland tuesday, in fact i would not be surprised if one or two locations hit the triple digits upper 80s around the bayshore line almost as warm or hot on wednesday. they're on thursday. we get a sharp cool down by 10 degrees or more in most
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locations away from the coastline and then finally friday and saturday temperatures will settle back down into a more seasonal range. no extremes one way or the other but if you like the warm weather, i think you're going to love tuesday and wednesday. oh, yeah that toasty tuesday you were talking about so you're saying triple digits could be in the hazard could happen in places like say fairfield maybe antioch. we can see 99 100 101 degrees. it's possible. okay. good luck you guys up there. all right. well, thank you so much spencer now to chris alvarez with the preview of sports. amanda coming up in sports the warriors are wheels up to dallas. stephan curry has a new closing move. we'll talk about steph and his opponents going night night sports is next.
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became the fifth franchise in nba history to reach the 200 win milestone in the postseason. be good, but the win wasn't complete until stephen curry put the mavericks to sleep or the dagger three ball late in the fourth corner. it steps new signature move. it's coming some major moments as posies remember against denver right there a series clincher and then again against memphis triple goes time to go to sleep last night. steph was asked about the meaning behind night. it's our choreographed none of that stuff. it's just kind of just having fun and and you talked about having kids, you know. that some routines are important. it's the the final signal for a job. well done that day. so pretty special steph kind of smelled blood in the water those last five minutes clay made a great pass to him for a three that was you know, kind of the the clincher so steph steph did what what steph does something like that?
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how about this get stretching. there's deuce. how cool is that celtics and heat every bounce going miami's way in the first halfway right to jimmy butler puts it up and in butler did not play in the second half due to a knee strain reportedly though won't miss any time bam autobio nowhere to be found. the first two games game three a different story. it's 16 the first half only had 16 in this series coming in heat by as many as 26 but here boston al horford had 20 points boston though down 15 at the half celtics made a late push. thanks in part to calzone jalen brown gets the celtics within four fans are feeling two and a half minutes to go. how about brown delivers? again? he had 42 boston within one but 24 celtics turnovers. they were costly bam finished with 31 and 10 and heat win. 109 103 taking a 21 series lead game 4 monday right here. on abc 7 you don't have bumps
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and bruises. that's the part of your playoffs, you know. last man standing jimmy miss carrying. this is the this whole playoffs, you know when he goes down, you know, it's my time to step in be aggressive any outplayed us tonight. hours have we dug ourself in the whole second half we still had opportunities and it just seemed like everything was going in the opposite direction. stanley cup playoffs west round two game three abs and blues jordan bennington in goal for st. louis. had a one-nothing lead but gets run into hard left the game. ouch with a lower body injury, billy. uso replaced him. nazim. kadri will deflect this one into one, colorado later in the second artery lekkanen goes top-shelf 3-1, colorado and third period now three two over two minutes left who so tries to go the bench for an extra attacker blues turned the puck over who so can't get back and it's an easy go abs when it five two they take a 2-1 series lead third round of the pga
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championship southern hills worst weather day of the turning so far tiger woods on nine shot from the bunker and it got lodged in the seven bogies and a triple with just one birdie the plus 9 was his worst ever round pga championship actually had to withdraw from the tourney second round leader. san francisco born will zala torres here on the second hole started lining up to hit the wrong ball. that could have been an automatic disc qualification for bogeys on the front nine form, mido pereira took the lead when zala torres faltered finishing in style the birdie on 18. he's at 9 under overall three-stroke lead lead over zout tours and matt. drinks early voting epicenter early voting comes inside and widget. he wins the preakness by lakeland a half. you heard it right there early voting wins the 147th preakness stakes by a length and a half jockey. jose ortiz first went preakness epicenter was runner up creative minister was third the third race the triple crown belmont stakes is in three weeks
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