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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. >> we will be back. >> the champs are back in the bay area after a long trip back from boston with hard earned hardware to mark the return to the top of the basketball world. good morning. let's start with a quick look at the weather. we are both up early this morning. frances: waking up to clear conditions. mid-40's to mid-50's. here is your day planner with a
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live view from emeryville out toward san francisco. sunrise at 5:47. temperatures in the low to mid 50's by then. right skies and plenty of sunshine but it will be breezy. temperature similar to yesterday, maybe a degree or two warmer. mid 70's around the bay. upper 60's to around 70. sunsets at 8:34. tomorrow we start a warm up and i will have the championship parade forecast coming up soon. zach: you just cannot get enough of this, the warriors shot some video as the players got off the plane at san francisco international airport. draymond green led the way as fans welcomed the team home. our reporter was there for the arrival. tim: the sounds of excitement
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and jubilation. friday night, the warriors touched down at san francisco international airport, less than 24 hours after wrapping up their seventh championship in boston. as the team departed at the sweet -- when was as sweet as ever. >> is great to have a home where it belongs. tim: it is the fourth title in eight years, when the coach says his not completely hit him yet. >> we are just sort of looking around at each other like manna, we just won the championship. tim: he said his team was determined to get the job done, not just for themselves but for the fans. the big win has electrified the city with pans -- fans pouring into the streets.
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the mayor said she hopes to keep it going until monday, when the bay area will come out for the champions parade. >> to see it happen in san francisco, the first time ever, this is almost unreal. zach: here is the championship parade route which is extended a couple blocks it starts monday morning at 11:20 and head of market street and end at eight. you can watch the party right here on abc 7. our live coverage drugs at 10:00 a.m. through the parade route. you can find everything you know by going to we are keeping you updated on an attack on san francisco international airport. a man with an edged weapon attacked three men in the international terminal around 6:00. the suspect was arrested and the victims were treated and released. there was no impact airport operators. no word yet on a motive for the attack.
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it has been 28 years since jenny lind was murdered in her home in castro valley. the family continues to search for the killer with the reward doubling to $200,000. the family was just going for a vigil. the shoe there may be a break in the case. >> for 28 years, the search continues for jenny lynn's killer. >> we ask us is this would -- what jenny would want us to do and that what keeps us going. >> in 1994, then 14-year-old jenny lind was murdered at their house in castro valley. her father from her dead body in the bathroom but no one has found the killer. >> we still are really frustrated that after all these years the case is still not solved. however, we are encouraged. >> encouraged because new
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technology may lead to a breakthrough in the case. >> technology, tactics and with regard to what we do with recovery. >> sebastian shaw was once considered the prime suspect but was later ruled out and he died in prison last year serving three life sentences for murder. the sheriff says all of the evidence has been re-examined with new dna technology that allows them to extract new cells and has given them new leads. >> we have a couple possibilities that we are holding close to our best. we want to make sure we don't release too much to potential suspects. >> they say it has been hard but the mother said this is the parents' commitment to justice and their daughter. >> it has been hard. but we learned how to manage it. we know it is sad, but we also
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know that we need to find justice for jenny. zach: families of victims and concerned muni members planning to rally today in uvalde, texas. the rally is supposed to start at noon local time. you can see video of the memorial at the town square appeared this comes almost a month after the shooting that took the lives of 19 students and two teachers when a gunman opened fire inside a classroom. the controversial tenderloin center in san francisco will close at the end of the year. the officials decided not to add additional funding. it opened as part of the mayor's emergency initiatives. the center has been something in between a success and a failure. >> rent at the place is $75,000 a month, but to keep it operating it is well over a million dollars a month. what are we getting for our
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money? about 49,000 visits to the center, men hundred people put into shelters as a result of those visits, 53 went to drug treatment and 150 went into permanent housing. zach: visitors to the center can receive basic services but it has been criticized for allowing drug use. the fda authorized moderna and pfizer's vaccines for emergency use for children under five to as young as six months old. states have preordered doses except for florida, rejecting guidance in raising questions about how parents there will get their young children vaccinated. abc's karina mitchell has the story. karina: doses for the youngest children on the way to pediatricians and pharmacies around the world with pfizer saying it plans to ship 2.5 million doses i the end of the month. it comes hours after the fda
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officially gave its emergency authorization. >> parents, caregivers and health care providers can trust both of these have been authorized with science and safety at the forefront of our minds. karina: the cdc expected to give final approval today, signaling the green light for children under five and as young as six months to roll up their sleeves as soon week. florida is the only state that didn't preorder the shots. governor ron desantis said he doesn't support giving the covid vaccine to healthy children under the age of 17. >> doctors can get it, hospitals can get it, but there will not be any state programs that will be trying to get covid jabs to infants and toddlers. >> is infuriating. it is making it difficult for parents who want to get there children under five vaccinated. karina: this one says she will
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bring her daughter to get the jab as soon she can. >> no hesitancy for the vaccine. my question would be if there are two available, which one we would get. zach: oakland is trying to limit the impact of the illegal fireworks to curb illegal fire you -- fireworks and prevent fires. they have set up collection barrels throughout the city and there is a list of fire stations where you can drop off your unused fireworks. they encourage people to call the tip line with people using illegal fireworks. we have a lot going on this weekend. frances: we are looking at fog rolling in, low clouds looking out toward the golden gate bridge which is partially obscured because of the low clouds. plenty of sunshine today, of all the strong sea breeze will keep
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temperatures below normal. i will let you know how warm your community will be and a big warm up coming up. zach: a look at a new piece of technology literally rolling out to clean up the beaches around lake tahoe. numerous juneteenth celebrations planned for the bay area. we will look at the deep ties to the holiday. ♪ ♪
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known for collecting -- connecting the world -- >> they come by bus -- luz: this was regional in the abolitionist movement. >> the role in the underground railroad was to raise the money. the money for harpers ferry, came from san francisco. luz: he is known as a historian for lack san francisco. on the second year of juneteenth becoming -- for black san francisco. on the second year of juneteenth becoming a federal holiday, we sat down with him. >> is the courage and bravery of u.s. troops of african descent, 25,000 were brought into texas beginning in 1863 and they were the ones who had the honor of capturing the last confederate
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state to surrender. luz: this will be san francisco's largest gathering of african-americans in northern california. >> san francisco was the first place out of texas to recognize it. luz: tiffany carter is the cofounder of san francisco black wall street. she grew up going to the juneteenth celebration. after it went virtual in 2020, she decided to start a festival in her neighborhood, and hundreds of people showed up. >> it was important to me because i grew up on gilman. it was time for the next generation to kind of put snap-on juneteenth. luz: now there will be more celebration route the city. it will have music, food, entertainment. and the one at gilman will be salivating its third year. >> philip san francisco as much
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as we can. luz: john templeton wants people to understand the significance hind this and know the role san francisco played over a century ago, and today. what is it about juneteenth that people get wrong? >> african-americans not only ended slavery, but they kept the nation together. juneteenth decided that we were one country. zach: and oakland has a bunch of celebrations going on the summer time nights series took over liberation part and friday for a festival as well as movie night. a big crowd was out there. there were multiple events friday through the city and war plan throughout this weekend. the federal holiday will be monday. government offices and the stock market will be closed and most
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banks will be closed. there will not be any postal delivery. at school is out for the summer in san francisco but plans for a new school are moving forward. the v the first and only in the mission bay neighborhood, but does it need it? leanne melendez explains. leanne: this is the empty lot with a mission bay school will be housed. a gift made by ucsf. the school will open in the fall of 2025, meaning one-year-old enzo will most likely going into transitional kindergarten. >> i think it is great news. he is the future. so yea to building a stronger community in the mission bay. leanne: it has been in the works for years. abc 7 news was there when the
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school district announced it would ask voters to fund it through a bond measure which eventually passed by 80%. an assembly man was a school board member back then. >> over the next five years we estimate there will be 1300 new students from mission bay soma alone. leanne: i know many of you are thinking that was 2016, isn't the school district now expensing a decline in enrollment? yes, citywide, families have moved out but mission bay is one of those neighborhoods continues to grow. >> when you look at where the density of kids are going to be, it is mission bay, the eastern neighborhoods and the southeast. leanne: families who live in the mission bay neighborhood are two miles away from daniel webster elementary and bessie carmichael, so there is the convenience factor. the school district us that by opening school in mission bay,
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those other two schools will not lose students. that's because as of today, families in mission bay can ask to enroll in any school in the city, once the district moves to a zone based system, they can only select those that are in close proximity. >> the schools that are closest to mission bay will be the new mission bay. leanne: groundbreaking is scheduled for october. zach: a remote-controlled robot is helping clean up the beaches around lake tahoe. take a look. it slowly sifts through sand to find small pieces of trash that would go unnoticed. the robot can go through 3000 meters of sand in an hour. environmentalists checking it out to measure just how much trash it can keep out of the water. courteney cox returning after a three year hiatus due to the pandemic.
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-- corgi cox returning after a three year hiatus due to the pandemic. >> we have a very close knit corgi owner group. we wanted an opportunity for lovers near and far and all over the globe to come together. zach: the event starts today at 10:00 and lasts until 2:00 p.m., and it is free. they are the most durable dogs. do we have something nice for the corgis today? frances: there will be more sunshine today, it will be windy and breezy. temperatures still on the cooler side in san francisco and along the coast. we start off with live doppler seven. it is clear out there. just a few partially cloudy skies in parts of the north and south bay. look at the blue skies over the
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exploratorium. san jose, 54 degrees. check out santa clara and half moon bay in the upper 40's. here is a shot looking west. you can see the clouds off of the coast. right now in santa rosa and petaluma, upper 40's. fairfield, concord and livermore in the 50's. the wind is mostly light, but in san francisco, moving at 27 miles per hour, picking up throughout the day. it will be gusty at the beaches. notice the wind will push into the bay and inland and that is like temperatures will be a little cooler than average. for now, you can average -- enjoy the light wind and the beautiful skies. it is going to be bright and breezy today.
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temperatures are coming up a bit but generally cooler than average. sunny and warmer for father's day and juneteenth. the warming trend will continue next week, triple digit heat inland tuesday and wednesday. for today, you can enjoy more comfortable highs all the way from the local upper 50's, san francisco 65. we will see some 70's around the bay, san mateo at 71. mid 70's inland. concord, 76. santa rosa and napa will hit the 70's. fairfield will be 79. tonight, temperatures drop into the low 50's around the bay, even mid 40's in parts of the north bay and upper 40's at the beaches under mostly clear skies. check out how much warmer it is going to be on monday.
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inland temperatures in the mid-90's for some spots. tuesday is when we see the triple digit heat. tuesday and into wednesday it will start to cool down. enjoy the sunshine. it still receive. warmer for father's day tomorrow and juneteenth and heating up on monday for the championship parade. auntie of sunshine, san francisco hitting 70. triple digits for the start of summer tuesday into wednesday. that will be a good beach date for kids out of school. zach: they should have a good time, even though i am afraid of the triple digits. frances: so am i. zach: from thousands of miles away, bay area tech company aching a difference in the war in ukraine. have advanced non-small cell lung cancer, your first treatment could be a chemo-free combination of two immunotherapies that works differently.
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zach: president biden committed more money to ukraine are now a tech company is helping the up defense against missiles. the reporter has information on how private companies hope to save civilian lives. the attacks on ukraine don't let any >> >> and feel safe. we are running -- anyone feel safe. >> we are just running around. >> the company, just answer, is stepping up along with other partners in u.s. and japan to beef up air defenses, codenamed sky project, helping the ukraine military to update technology and will cost millions of dollars. >> they have computers, networking equipment and software that is slow and we are
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announcer: building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. zach: we are starting with a look at the weather. we really want to appreciate what we are getting today, right? frances: definitely, especially if you don't like the heat because it is headed our way. look at how clear it is out there. we have coastal clouds but is it here plenty of sunrise. most of us the 7:00 hour will be in the 50's.
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right now we see if you 40's out there. breezy and mild. inland temperatures coming up, mid 70's around the bay, upper 60's to near 70. at the beaches because of the strong street -- strong breeze. the heat turned on next week. i will let you know when we have the triple digits, coming up. zach: new development with last month's deadly church shooting in orange county. the accused gunman has been charged with hate crimes. prosecutors say david cju is facing murder charges. they found notes in his car that indicated hatred of the taiwanese people. a valley transportation authority employee was arrested over accusations he threatened gun violence. another employee reported the threats at the bus yard, and
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this comes a year after a disgruntled employee shot and killed nine workers at the waterloo bay railyard -- waterloo bay -- guadalupe railyard. san francisco mayor london breed is pushing to get her brother out of prison we have been looking into the case and the controversy. >> san francisco mayor london breed's brother, napoleon brown has served half of his 44-year , sentence for murder, robbery, and carjacking, and now his attorney believes brown should be released because the laws changed in 2019. >> the basic point is that he doesn't meet the definition of a murder anymore, because you have to show reckless indifference to life, and that is typically explained as firing a gun into a crowd. >> here is what happened june
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19, 2000. pauline brown and an accomplice robbed the johnny rockets and took money from the safe. >> the manager got a bump on his head when one of the suspects hit him. >> they saw a man walk into a red bag and get into a car pick the officers wallowed as they sped onto the golden gate but they stopped on the bridge in the middle buffer lane and the drivers door opened and one fell from the car and was struck. >> victim struck on the bridge was thrown from the vehicle. we think it was an intentional act. >> she was able to say he throughout of the car she died at the hospital. napoleon brown admitted that it was his nickname.
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london breed gave an alibi for her brother. court records said breed told the police when she arrived at her grandmother's house at the time of the robbery the defendant was asleep on the couch. but as part of a plea deal, brown admitted being there for the robbery. i emailed staff asking whether she stands by the alibi for her brother that she gave police at the time, the answer, in regards to the investigation from two decades ago, she stands behind her participation and involvement in the investigation. mayor declined my request for an interview. i wanted to ask about the letter she wrote to governor brown in 2018 to commute her brothers sentence. that san francisco ethics committee find her $2500, saying she violated a city law permitting use of city titles for non-city purposes. staff also is the mayor has not had any communication with the district attorney's office or anyone else about the current
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resentencing process. for that hearing, napoleon brown's attorney explains the new sentencing laws are only part of the equation. >> and the judge can consider his behavior in prison which is mixed, because he has had addiction issues. he did participate in a lot of programs in prison that were positive. it is a very mixed bag. >> i also spoke to the victim's mother who does not want to pulliam brown to get out early and will say that at the hearing next week. zach: if you have a story for the eye team, go to news or call. kids are on the cusp of being eligible for the covid-19 vaccine. the cdc expected to sign off this weekend. as reporter tara campbell discovered, there is hesitancy.
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tara: the youngest of the young will likely be eligible for the covid vaccine in a few days. this weekend, the cdc expected to sign off on the pfizer and moderna shot for children under five. >> it just basically means that almost everyone in this country who wants it can get a vaccine come into me that is a big deal. tara: the doctor is an infectious disease doctor and says while it is a big deal, only a small fraction of parents are ready. >> only 18 percent of people by a kaiser foundation poll are planning on vaccinating their children. tara: many saying they are taking the wait and see approach. >> we know they are safe because they were studied in a trial in a large populations of children and there were no major adverse effects. tara: and the symptoms, if any, are mild.
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>> there is a little more fever in the moderna trial for under fives in the trial was no different in adverse effects between the placebo and the vaccine. tara: while safe and effective, she wants against pushing parents. >> we need to give parents more time and comfort with the vaccine. >> is going to take some time to think about it and sit on it over the weekend. zach: gas prices today went down , but just a smidge. highest average prices in napa county at $6.63 a gallon. the cheapest local county is solano, averaging $6.40 a gallon. happening tomorrow, caltrans shutting down a portion of highway 101 in san mateo county affecting northbound lanes between the east hillsdale full of art highway 92 exits. -- hillsdale near the highway 92
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exit. a new disney pixar film lasts into theaters this weekend. we are going to get a sneak peek of "lightyear." let's show you facing san francisco. the day is just getting started. frances dinglasan is going to have your forecast. ♪ whether someone is across the neighborhood, across the street, or across the room, you have the power to make them feel right at home. ♪ ♪ ritz. a taste of welcome.
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zach: the golden gate bridge, the son just rising on this beautiful saturday morning -- the sun just rising on this full saturday morning. a familiar care from toy story in a new and different light. the narrative takes the character to humanity and with on -- and beyond.
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>> it don't help, it over, kids things. i better off is the job myself. >> the familiar hero buzz light year falls victim to human nature in the latest release, it is not by accident. it took a lot of thought to get him there. >> just trying to figure out how that character change from being a toy to the actual human. with the toy, it is plastic and with a human, you have a lot more intricacies. >> dean kelly is the story supervisor for "lightyear." rolling back time and imagining the human action hero lightyear, whose exploits inspired the toy version of buzz, instead of the iconic figure, animators worked to at the nuances of a sometimes grumpy but still supremely confident buzz. >> planning, uninhabitable. >> the is in his mid-30's and he
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is capable but has some experience and some wisdom. >> kelly has found himself expanding on human nature of a different character in the film. let your sidekick, who shares a tender kiss with another female airfare, a moment that caused a number of religiously conservative countries to censor the film or ban it outright. >> to have that kiss in their felt like it was important for the story but important where we are at now in the world. we wanted to show that is the truthfulness of where people are at right now. >> the lightyear character develops his own emotions. it melt -- may help the audiences see a new version of buzz. zach: that was dan ashley with the preview.
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disney is the parent company of both pixar and abc 7. a lot of people will be heading out to see that. frances: if they want to head out, today might be the best day of the weekend because tomorrow we have more sunshine. here is a live look. we can see coastal clouds moving in with the strong sea breeze. temperatures slightly below average and quite a few spots. i will talk about a big warm up in the seven-day forecast. zach: the warriors return home on top of the mba. steph curry and draymond green may lead the league in something else your details coming up in sports.
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dustin dorsey explains it is a reminder that it affects everyone. >> i went down and further down it was ablaze. >> just like an inferno when you people say on the ridgeline. it was just engulfed in flames. >> the nightmare neighbors -- the nightmare neighbors in pittsburg woke up to. it prompted mandatory evacuations. >> we did in a fairly significant way dodged a major bullet. >> as the sun rose, you can see the damage. up close doesn't tell the full story and when you zoom out, it backed up to hundreds of homes. he said it is an overwhelming message that fire season doesn't just happen in places like napa
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or the santa cruz mountains, it impacts everyone. >> if you look at last year, this year is shaping up the same way. the wind driven fires that caused damage and destroyed homes and displaced residents happened in areas outside of the highest severity zones. >> this was the second fire that put homes at risk. he said there were no homes lost and attributes it to work in the community and hope others will learn from this lesson. >> there is a lot of risk from the wind driven fires. everyone needs to do their part to help us help them fight doing the legwork to mitigate the risk by creating space around their properties. >> because he said it might just save your home. zach: often important reminders. let's get a check of the bay
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area forecast meteorologist frances dinglasan. frances: here is a look at lib doppler seven. mostly clear conditions. a few clouds in the north and south bay. check out this lab spot. it is quiet, looking like a gorgeous day with plenty of sunshine. oakland, 55. san jose, 54. santa clara is 49. half moon bay is 46. from emeryville, looking west toward san francisco, clouds working their way in. santa rosa, petaluma, upper 40's. in fairfield and concorde and livermore, low to mid 50's. the wind is fairly calm for the most part, except for in san francisco where they are moving at 26 miles per hour. this afternoon, the breeze will pick up and we will see wind speeds over 30 miles power near the coast and around the bay,
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like san francisco, hayward and even oakland. that is white temperatures will be -- that is why temperatures will be below normal. the golden gate which would be around there and you can see clouds coming in. today it will be cooler than average but the clouds will mix out and it will be bright and breezy, and then sunny and warmer for father's day and juneteenth. then warming continues into next week. in fact, triple digit heat inland tuesday and wednesday. that is when the ac will be running a lot. heights range from the upper 50's at the beaches to upper 70's in the warmest spot. look for san francisco to hit 75. in the north bay, santa rosa, 77. fairfield, antioch, mid to upper 70's.
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the lows will drop into the low 50's around the bank. mid-40's to parts of the north bay like santa rosa and at the beaches, temperatures dropping to the upper 40's tonight here is a look at the week ahead, especially in san francisco, with the focus on the championship parade. average height is 67. today, just a little below that. tomorrow we warm up. monday, warmer. this overestimates on tuesday but that will be the warmest days for many in the bay area. damages dropped back down then. if you are headed to the parade, you will probably just needed t-shirts and shorts in san francisco which is unusual. consider mass transit heading in . we will have high-pressure here by 11:00, we will already be in the low 70's. we peek in the afternoon and then drop. to state, triple digits in many spots inland.
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wednesday, we will see triple digits but it does cool down a bit but it is going to be hot. right and breezy today -- bright and breezy today. by father's day and juneteenth we may come up eight to 10 degrees. heating up my lay -- monday. nice for the parade. we start to cool down toward the end of the workweek. i know that you and i do not like the triple digits and we should enjoy it while we can. zach: i am bracing myself for midweek. this morning, the stanford baseball team will play the opening game in omaha, nebraska. the first pitch is at 11:00 a.m. you can watch it on our sister network, espn. giants will try to win their second straight game in pittsburgh.
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first pitch at 1:05 or the a's will try to bounce back against the royals after falling last night. that and start at one: 07 at oakland coliseum. this morning the warriors are back home preparing to celebrate at the championship parade. here is larry beil with more and sports. mary: -- larry: dream on grain has a throne and has a giveaway item two celebrate. he wrote nope. the warriors arrive home for the fourth title, championship that was said to be the unlikeliest as all. curry said he sees and hears everything. >> clearly remember some experts
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and talking heads putting up the big zero of ami championships we would have going forward because of every thing we went through. so to get here, it comes all out. >> there was one who tweeted courage. i can't wait to retreat that. -- retweet that. what a bum. larry: three pitches in, gun cells almost put it into the river. fourth inning, joc pederson out of palo alto, well into the seats and she has a souvenir. carlos rode on allowed just -- carlos rodon allowed only two hits.
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how about the a's, the royals entertaining themselves, dancing at the coliseum, so sell rating pride night. the a's were down, and the score on a wild pitch. next inning, perez makes up for it, blasting his 10th of the year. they don't score a lot for anybody. they stuck out 16 times. golf, second round of the u.s. open, a busy week of sports. colin morikawa looking for his fourth major, tied at five under. john ron and roy mcelroy just one stroke behind heading into the weekend. have a great weekend. zach: the alameda county fair returning after a two-year hiatus.
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zach: here are the winning numbers from the 273 million dollar mega millions drawing. it is 20,20, 36, 53, 56, and tht made that number is 16. nobody picked the numbers pick tuesday nights jackpot increases to $290 million. before a celebrate father's day tomorrow, think about having the fishing poles today because it is national go fishing day. the day encourages everyone to take a break and relax by dropping a line in the water. according to the u.s. fish and wildlife service, fishing is more popular than ever before. over 55 million people turned to fishing back in 2020, the highest number of people in over a decade. it has been too long ears come up with the alameda county fair is back for summer food, games,
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carnival rides and races. other highlights include nathan's famous hot dog eating contest. the county fair runs through july 10. next, finally, there may be a break in the cold case to murder investigation that has vexed police for decades. get ready for a celebration warriors finally return back to the bay area the championship trophy. details on the trip home and the celebration parade in san francisco.
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building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, abc7news. a dubnation celebration. champions are back in the bay area after a long trip back from boston. they have hard earned hardware to mark their return to the top of the basketball world. it's saturday, june 18. i'm zack flew as in for liz kreutz. we are both up early this morning and we have lots of coffee in us. >> i think i might may need more . we have lots of sunshine starting off right now.


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