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moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. dan: hey big party tonight, and a lot to celebrate after the warriors win game five of the nba finals. they beat the celtics 104-94. one more win to go. i'm dan ashley. ama: i'm ama daetz. we have team coverage. reporter: what a night it was. you highlighted the main topic, the warriors one win away from another title. it was electric. your star of the night, andrew wiggins. he put up another double-double.
look at the float game in the lane. williams goes for 26 points, 13 rebounds. golden state outscoring boston 29-20 in the final quarter. they have a 3-2 lead. here is andrew wiggins. >> before i got here, they have been great. i feel like i am easy going. i came in here and playing basketball and playing hard. i feel people respect that. i'm just trying to win. whatever they need from me, i'm here to help. >> what andrew did tonight, we do not get more excited than wheniggs that uplifts the whole team. >> he has taken a leap, all-star this year for the first time, and one of the elite two way players in the nba.
reporter: here is the schedule, tomorrow is an off day. wednesday is a practice day. then came six here on abc 7 on thursday. larry beil will have much more coming up in sports. ama: let's get to j.r. dub nation is ready to win the whole thing. reporter: they are already making predictions. quite the night for the warriors and the fans. i spoke to fans from all over, canada, kansas, texas, wisconsin -- they'll came here to see the warriors do what they did tonight, take over when they need to. [c sweet. warriors fans all smiles after they take game ve>> that was si. >> the warriors won after the
worst three point shooting night. unbelievable game. reporter: warriors fans packed in to the chase center to show boston how loud they can get. maybe there lucky charm was seven-year-old ashton pennington who flew here to cheer on the warriors. >> my mom gave me a box. there is a card that says it is your time to go to golden state warriors games. >> what was your reaction to that? >> i got very happy. reporter: maybe that lucky charm was this 68-year-old fan. >> i just had a stroke. my doctors told me if you have a bucket list, attack it.
somebody said i am a fool for spending this money on tickets, and my response is, have you ever seen a u-haul behind a hearse? reporter: the warriors could take a victory in game six in boston, or game seven in san francisco. >> warriors in six. we are going to kill them. >> it is going seven. they are not winning in boston. i love the warriors but it is game seven. reporter: fun arguments all night long on will they win in six or seven? they just need one. dub nation will be happy if they can win one more. abc 7 news. ama: abc 7 is the exclusive home of the finals. you will have pregame and
postgame programming for game thursday. six dan: let's move on. a 15-year-old girl is back home recovering after being shot with a pellet gun near valley fair mall in san jose. it caused internal bleeding, a collapsed young -- collapsed lung. >> it almost killed me. the bullet was an inch away from my heart, and it can cause real damage with real consequences. i want people to be aware of that. reporter: this 15-year-old understands things could have been worse, and is still in shock after being shot with a pellet gun. she and her friend were walking to the mall friday. they reached monroe street when someone shot her from behind. >> i was super confused because oath of us heard a noise, and i
turned around, that was weird -- then i saw a car speeding away. reporter: she started to feel pain and shortness of breath. when her friend checked her back , she noticed blood coming from a small hole. she was rushed to the medical center. she spent time in the icu and was discharged days later with the pellet still inside of her where it will remain. >> it is too dangerous of a surgery. they said the bullet is in soft tissue. reporter: she wonders if it is connected to a viral tiktok challenge which encourages people to fire gel balls at unsuspecting victims. >> they did an x-ray, it is real metal that entered my body and collects my lung. reporter: she says responding officers showed other victims of pellet attacks.
san jose police confirmed it is investigating two additional pellet gun attacks from that afternoon. a 42-year-old woman was shot at a walmart, and a nine year-old woman was shot in the back at the westgate mall. the police are trying to figure out if these incidents are connected, and could be charged with assault with a deadly weapon, a felony in california. >> i do not know if i have any advice. i feel very helpless. i do not know how you protect yourself from a car in a safe neighborhood. reporter: abc 7 news. dan: health and human services secretary bacerra has tested positive for covid again less than 30 days after he previously contracted it. he is experiencing mild symptoms. ama: people can fly into the
u.s. without showing proof of a negative covid-19 test. the cdc will reassess the situation in 90 days. dan: a vote on whether to recommend pfizer and moderna vaccines for children 5 and under. the san francisco community leaders held a rally outside city hall urging the mayor to rethink her budget proposal, and prevent the closure of five community covid test sites. we spoke with the group behind the sites about their plan. reporter: on the steps of city hall, community leaders urged the mayor not to close five covid test sites in vulnerable neighborhoods. >> please keep the mission open. reporter: the upcoming budget would cut $9.5 million in covid funds leading to the closure of several community hubs. they want the mayor to consider
health equity in the upcoming budget. >> we held long discussions about racial justice, the vestment and failed systems and in the duchenne's, and the promise of equitable investments. reporter: the group facing closures essential workers would be the most impacted. >> it is disappointing. if workers get sick, what will happen to our businesses? reporter: the office of the mayor said they are prioritizing economic recovery. they say the health centers and neighborhoods will continue to provide covid resources to the patients, and the uninsured. they will offer primary care for other essential health needs. they will continue to stand up multiple pop-up sites for vulnerable people. >> if the budget does not change, the test site is set to close by the end of the year.
the first to close its doors will be the bayview. reporter: some residents have benefited. they see 300 people on a regular basis. >> san francisco was seen as progressive in terms of covid access for latino communities. to hear they are rolling back potentially this site is sad. reporter: the task force is holding onto hope. >> we are hoping we can negotiate and get the budget back to keep them open. reporter: abc 7 news. dan: a story hour for kids interrupted by an extremist group. new details about the investigation underway. ama: flooding and mudslides damage roadways in yellowstone national park. mike: the heat is climbing. so is the risk of heat illness and the possibility of critical
the sheriff met with library staff. reporter: the posters in the windows of the san lorenzo library send a message following what happened here saturday. >> what happened saturday is very unfortunate because everyone has a right. reporter: saturday afternoon, he was reading to young kids as part of drag queen story hour, until members of the far right white supremacist proud boys showed up. >> they begin to shout homophobic and trans phobic slurs at the event organizer in the presence of children. reporter: the sheriff met with library staff. >> what is problematic for law enforcement is the children involved. we never want an event where children are frightened. reporter: one mother is against the drag queen story hour but is more upset with the threats made to the children. >> i do not feel like they should be shunned or flipped off
or say anything nasty, because that is worse for the kids to see. reporter: the executive director says they will increase securities at the rest of their events during pride month. >> any disruptions to an event rooted in homophobia or transphobia is hate. reporter: the sheriff's office says they have identified and interviewed several men involved but no arrest have been made. he says the sheriff's apartment is working with the district attorney office to determine if the threats rose to the level of a hate crime. >> we are dealing with a fine line between what is free-speech and constitutionally protected speech, and you have to decipher for a hate crime, when does that line get crossed. reporter: abc 7 news. ama: governor newsom is not happy about a new state budget,
california's grappling with how to spend a record $100 billion surplus. legislators want to spend more than governor newsom does on education and housing, including a program to cover 20% of the price of a home for first-time homebuyers. a maker sent the bill to the governor's desk because the state constitution requires them to pass a budget by wednesday where they do not get paid. budget talks will continue before the new fiscal year july 1. dan: in an effort to ease inflation the federal reserve is expected to raise interest rates by 0.75 points. the s&p 500 today lost 20% of its value from its recent high. it is now in bear market territory, an indication the economy is going in the wrong direction. >> this will probably be a very difficult time for the economy. the problem is expectations for the next recession has shifted
over the past month. dan: with record high gas prices and rising food costs, the company behind max will house coffee reportedly is telling retailers it will increase prices this summer. treasury secretary janet yellen tried to dispel fears of a recession. ama: dramatic video shows the moments when arranging yellowstone river wash out a bridge today. flooding has caused the park to temporarily shut down. there is concern about more rainfall in the coming days. aerial video shows the extent of the damage with numerous roads damaged or washed out. those who managed to evacuate are worried their homes might not have survived. >> my husband and i put in a brand new house. we have never been able to afford a new house. we are hoping by some miracle
our house will be there. ama: so far, no reports of injuries, although dozens of campers had to be rescued after being stranded. dan: abc 7 meteorologist mike nicco is tracking that for us. mike: the conditions will improve a little bit but we will still have that rain and some snow in the forecast, just not as heavy as it was that caused this record-setting flood event. it will take a few years to rebuild some roads and bridges. the snow and rain coming in, and it is the heavy rain and how high it rained on the mountains, because when it hits snow, it melts it. that increased the water flowing through the rivers and increased the rate they were running, and how fast they were climbing. sometimes that happens in the sierra also, but thankfully we have not seen that in a long
time. we will show you the lack of marine layer clouds. west wind 5-9 miles per hour. clear skies. tomorrow, sunshine from the coast to inland neighborhoods, warmer than average. a fantastic father's day weekend outside. temperatures are back into the upper 50's, low 60's in most neighborhoods. we will fall to the low to mid 50's. a little cooler around half moon bay. santa rosa, 49. tih, tomorrow 73 in san francisco. it should be comfortable around the bay. a little breeze in the afternoon. some 90's in the east bay and north bay neighborhoods. north winds 12-19 will pick up
the next couple of nights. that will heighten the fire danger. for tomorrow, temperatures 5-9 degrees warmer than average. here is a look at the temperatures at 7:00 in the morning. mid 50's to low 60's. we quickly warmed into the 70's and 80's away from the coast. we will top out around 4:00. 70's and 80's around the bay, 80's and 90's inland. cooling into the 60's through the 80's by the evening hours. with the warming trend, air quality should remain healthy for most of us. 8:00 wednesday morning, the fire index is low but then ramps up wednesday afternoon. it has more to do with the winds and heat than the humidity.
wednesday is the hottest day. cooler on thursday. cooler than average on saturday. then father's day looks fantastic. ama: we will when it comes to cybersecurity, the biggest threats don't always strike the biggest targets. so help safeguard your small business with comcast business securityedge™ it's advanced security that continuously scans for threats and helps protect every connected device. the choice is clear. get unbeatable business solutions from the most innovative company. so you can be ready for what's next. get started with a great deal on internet and voice
at a winery? airbnb is making that easier. the rental site added a section called vineyards that allows people to stay at a winery. someone who thousand vineyards around the world are featured, and they are looking for guests. prices range from $95 to more than $3800 per night. dan: if we had a glass of wine, we would toast the warriors for a great game. ama: larry beil is here with sports. larry: that is almost as much as warriors tickets. you can call him all-star wiggs, soon perhaps, champion. andrew wiggins leading the warriors to within one win of the nba title.
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if the warriors win an nba finals game and steph curry would hit 0-3's, you would say, no way, but that is what happened against boston tonight. the warriors are one victory away from capturing the title. series tied 2-2, total focus pregame. green going to the hoop strong. eight points, eight boars. andrew wiggins dominated. the warriors built a 16 point lead. playoff wiggs had 16 in the
first half. after missing the first 12 threes, boston hit eight in a row. the celtics took the lead, overcoming a 16 point deficit. jordan poole beat the buzzer by a 10th of a second. klay for three of his 21 points, three years to the day he tore his acl. andrew wiggins, we call this with authority. warriors 104-94, up 3-2. they can capture the ground thursday night in boston. >> you embrace the fact that il.n if it is not pretty, you it may not be the prettiest, but it is grinding it out. that is what the finals are all about. >> it does not mean anything if i lay an egg. i'm excited to build on it.
wow. i've never been so excited to go to boston. larry: giants and royals, a little staring contest. giants with nine walks. joc pederson. then brandon crawford, two run double. giants win 6-2. college ball, chilling on the grass. the winner will go to the college world series. stanford was down 3-0, came back in a hurry. grand slam, cardinal up 8-3. matthews gets the pop-up in foul territory. it is dog pile time. the cardinal maker second straight world series
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ama: thank you so much for watching. i'm ama daetz. lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- kevin bacon, mike epps, and music from ben harper, with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. hello, everybody. welcome. hi, i'm jimmy. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome back to those who were with us in prime time earlier tonight, for game five of the nba finals. you know, on friday night, we conducted an experiment.
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