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suspects. the fact we are here in front of you talking about 14, 13 and 11-year-olds committing shrine robberies, pain, i hope that shocks the conscious ebb. reporter: good evening. thank you for joining us. as abc 7i team reporter found out, the young profile of these suspects may not be as rare as would you like to think. >> she joins live tracking what us heaping next. stephanie. reporter: yeah, it is not every day we are reporting on violent crimes committed by children and teens. but tonight, we hearing from ex pers both inside and outside of this court system who tell us it happens more than we may realize. reporter: this chilling video shows the violent robbery of a 7-year-old woman brazenly beaten inside of the own apartment complex two weeks ago. plus say kids were response. i hope that shocks the conscious
of everybody. we have to do better,. reporter: report the four under 20 that beings this question, this is common? >> yes, it is. reporter: mark pelta is a former defense attorney and former prosecutor who preside over hundreds of cases across the bay area over the past decade. eye encountered for 11, 12, 13 and new to the new. of how they look and fort fatally this happens more often than the public realizes. are on monday, they identified the 1le-year-old darrell floor oakland, but tonight, police for inned to the i team the 14 is your at large the 13-year-old is pending transfer to tran san francisco the 11-year-old has been areleased to adult. >> we'll take frill here. reporter: in 2018, a new law took away digression for the new da which aloss brook jennings announced the 11-year-old minor
won't alarged. the 11-year-old that is a community issue base is too young to be charged with a crime. reporter: so what hens to him? he is not going to be left on his own. somebody will respond. reporter: daniels the executive director of the center on juvenile and criminal justice based in san francis committee and explains each days case is treated individually. first of all, what is the situation now? if he is getting involved with the oller kids who are also getting in trouble. that sometimes is a signal may be a little bit of turbulence in the neighborhood so you got to get, you have to do assessment of that. >> reporter: in california, the goal of the welfare in a citytutions cowed rehabilitation first and punishment second. unthese type of cases the chase chances are very high. reporter: according to a report drop the california's division on juvenile justice, 70.2 percent of youth were rearrested 53.8% were
reconvicted of new offenses then 37-point had returned to state custody within three years of release. >> what do you often see happen with juveniles that are that young one would be sending the juvenile to camp, some type of locked facility outside of the county, where supportive service could be provided to the unit. reporter: now an example of that is institutions like the boys republic in chino hills that work to support troubled adolescence it is unclear if that will happen in the case as much of their details in their files are kept confidential. for the i team, abcp news. >> of course, but steph shall you mentioned the 11-year-old been leased to adult. what happens from the here. reporter: so, dan, we reached out to the attorney's office to. >> if he they are doing assessment of the minor's home. possible they could consider filing a petition to take the
child out of the par on custody. we'll see. >> stephanie, thanks very. if you have a story for the i team, go to abc7.com/itaipu team or call. >> can you feel the neat triple-digit temperatures in parts of the bay area. these have triggered a flex alert for tomorrow. the northeast and south brey feeling the heat the worst. this is a live look from the tower camera them hottest day of the week. we have team coverage on the heat. abc 7 news reporter is in the north bay look at how people handled it. while abc 7 news reporter is joining us from the east bay a look at the future of air-conditioning. yeah. first hear from abc 7 news meteorologist. meteorologist: yeah. we are talking about dangerous heat now the bay area. let's show you the highs for today. wilt hit 108 in fairfield. 106 in livermore.
101 in santa rosa. these were some of the hot spots, health advice ares for inland areas until 8:00 tonight. then, for the county until 8:00 p.m. friday then lake counties until 8:00 p.m. tomorrow. then, there is a moderate to high risk of health ill!s as we are not expecting to it cool off dramatically across some parts of the bay area overnight. poor air quality for sensitive group us now. good to moderate where else. you look around the rest of the state then there is some poor air quality around other parts of northern county and looking at bit of haze from the east bay hills camera. we have the air for today. due to the wildfire smoke from up north and the hot weather. but tomorrow, the air district has called the air qualitied a vates ry then, on live doppler 7 keeping an eye on the storms and showers with he are expect potential for that to shift to the bay area so slight chance of dry thunderstorms late tonight into tomorrow. red-flag warning issued for parts of the counties for tomorrow then, as dry lightning
could possibly start new fires and then spread rapidly. i will be back to let you know when we'll get relief from this hot weather coming right up. ama thank you. the heat wave is a big concern for power supply and firefighters trying to keep their can on the job. abc 7 news reporter is live with that part of the team coverage. reporter: yeah. hi. it went from hot to sizzling in just a matter of hours. look lay cooling center opened down the street to give folks a break. firefighters can't go there, though they are trying to stay hydrated today. >> temperatures were climbing fast. the sizzling heat, baking the asphalt then look think cooling center had the community center offered a nice space to chill. we know it is hot. >> people are struggling throughout. we are here for the community. [applause] >> fire cruise are ready for the extreme heater . in gin rigs
equipped with a large ice chest filled with water and drinks. we get dehydrated easily so we got to make sure that every time come to work, you are already prehydrated. reporter: let's go. a. >> we are k about aing around 40 to 70 extra pounds on us in 100-doe greece plus weather going up the steep rugged terrain, so with that, we want to make sure the firefighters are stay highing drated. reporter: the crews need to be ready every dave extreme heat only increases the drought conditions then wildfire risks. our fuels are dry. they are -- they are ready to go. reporter: santa rosa firefighters battled the quarter acre grass fire tuesday then found a car fully engulfed in a field. no up with was hurt. pg&e is watching the weather three warning center looking for high fire threat. fo nor where you shall no public safety power shutoff is planned. the utility says the air-conditioner accounts for 40%
of the summer energy bill. change the filters keep the dial at 78 or higher and health per fits then every degree above 78 accounts for 2 percent of energy savings on the bill. >> yeah. check it. this bank sign tells the story and it says 104 degrees. and that is hot. health officials advice folks to limit outdoor activities use sunscreen, and of course, drink plenty of water. we're live, abc 7 news. a yeah. on top of the heat, we understand firefighters are concerned about dry igening overnight? >> yes yes. talked to the santa rosa fire department and crews very concerned about the possibility of dry lightning and let's not forget that dry lining has be culprit for sparking other fire in the past then so they will be watching this very closely overnight into tomorrow. >> certainly. all right. thank you so much.
>> and we are keeping an eye on current outages the orange scares with r the big once. the orange squares nearly thousand customers don't have power now. there are also several outages affecting about 3,000 customers in the south bay specifically cooper teen know, sarahing to go. no details are given for the reason of each. pg&e expects to see power restored within hours. cal iso has called a flex alert tomorrow from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. asking foam conserve energy so we dobb overwhelm the grid. if you are fort nate, you have air-conditioning in the bay area. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley has been trying to stay cool bay exploring new air-conditioning in uc dave vision to tell us how we will weather this hot weather in the future. leslie? reporter: yeah. we got a lilac at glimpse at the future. it is a little cooler maybe than
right now. i mean, we are all worried about reducing lec ritz electricity consumption, then, of course, running air-conditioner is exence pensive. but at the uc davis lab, there is fas naying science going on. >> this is the western cooling efficiency center at uc davis, where they are trying to develop new air-conditioning technology that addresses problems with the grid and the challenges of climate change. >> this could change commercial air-conditioning. right. this could replace a traditional pack and i rooftop unit. >> reporter: there research would address this problem in peam periods on hot days. a this grid late afternoon, and what occurs is that there is touch demand for electricity. >> one way to address that is you use a battery. this new technology instead of using a battery, uses a liquid, that absorbs moisture.
>> and bayousing this liquid, that absorbs moisture, it axe like a battery, but is much less expensive than a battery for doing the same thing. >> and it is much more environmentally friendly. if you think you have a smart thermostat now, well, just wait to see what they are developing. >> this chamber stimulates small building ventilation what they are basically doing here is integrating air quality index, weather forecast the thermostat, and your air purifier to precool, prevent late your home, before the smoke arrives. >> cool science for hot weighter coming california's way. >> so, they have four of those smart thermostats you just saw in homes that they are running data to crunching data from this summer. but they said it could ramp up quickly to thousands of homes because it could involve
updating smart thermostats already on the market with just a simple software update. reporting live in walnut creek, leslie brinkley, abc 7. that is encourage ang fascinating. thank you very much. a we have gotten used to doing covid test at home. the government will even mail you test for free. next see what else the test could dethen think of the bay area bay oh tech firm. >> being flood out was the start of their problem for residence of a luxury san francisco high-rise the issues now from not just ♪dance! by christian a medice & elisha noll♪ ♪are you ready?♪ ♪♪ ♪let's go♪ ♪♪ ♪ahh yeah♪ ♪♪ ♪step to rhythm like♪ ♪you're going out tonight♪ ♪dance get with the groove and♪ ♪dance get up and move let's♪ ♪dance kick off your shoes and♪ ♪show me how you♪ ♪dance♪ ♪♪ ♪dance♪ ♪♪ ♪dance♪
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>> first lady jill biden has covid. the first video is all from prior events. the sometimes started last night. even though she tested negative on rapid test, she is fully vaccinated and double boosted. president biden got covid last mon. the reliability of at home covid test is ushering in a new area for other disease. area bay oh tech firm is seeking approval for a selfest that will diagnose the flu unyou a does this covid. abc 7 has more. reporter: during covid, people have become accustomed to at-home antigen testing using nasal swabs this the process was private, easing easy to use, and produced results within 15 minutes. they rexed to be withdrawn soon as support for free kits ends as that door close, another has opened to allow people to test
for other pathogens. they have apply for fda approval for the first test to diagnose influenza a and b strains. it it could eliminate the uncertainty of similar symptoms end then then how to address them. >> you won't be coming to the office sin fek cious. it would be better for society. you know if, i will confess my behaves in the past were to go to work the flu. i done think i will do that any more. reporter: the defense has already been priv ford use in dan and familiar massal seib with while the testing device applifies the sample then formers separate flu and covid. >> those eventually lab beaches are running different test side of this division. some for flu a and b. some for covid. reporter: high viral load could be confirmed although results could take closer to 30 minutes the device was designed to didn't fy sexually transmitted
diseases the vision is to offer a wide range of tests. i imagine if you have kids and you can test for strep at home. couldn't that be handy. you wouldn't wait until symptoms are severe enough to go to a doctor's office. once approved the projected cost of the health tests is $75 although it could be lower if dispessed bay health provider. david louie, abc 7 news. >> sasanta clara is the third by area condition toy reach a triple digit number of monkeypox case. today it says it has 100. san francisco has by far the most in the bay. even 600 that we know of. it is now in the orange tier on this map with 21%ed case keep in mind they have everything you need to know about monkeypox including vaccines symptoms and treatment this story of the first reported transmission, find it on the website abc 7
news p.m. com. all right. just how hot did we get today? how hot will it stay? meteorologist is is here with the forecast. meteorologist: yeah. 108 in fairfield. >> wow. meteorologist: yeah. just a score dan. we are seeing those numbers still the triple digits fire department lases will notice, 103 in livermore. but 46 degrees cooler in half moon bay. they have the sea breeze and the fog. 57 degrees. don't you wish you were there now. yeah. temperatures well above average this time year. as you look at the hourly forecast today. still 90's at 7:00 in the inland valleys as we head to tomorrow around 8:00 a.m. numbers ranging from the 50's to the 70's inland by early afternoon. we start to notice, those temperatures in the 90's by 2:00, then, that is not where they end up and show you the highs for tomorrow in a moment. live view interests the tower camera as you can see fog in
stan cruz then haze as wildfire smoke from northern california fire still stim packing the bay area. live doppler 7 showing think monsoon moisture triggering thunderstorms this afternoon. we have high pressure still in come man of the weather but a little disturbance that is going to pull up that moisture into the area bringing the possibility of thunderstorms now for parts of northern california, red-flag warning due to dry thunderstorms then, gusty winds potential so something to be concerned about obviously, fire danger will be elevate interested. showing you bly skies over the san francisco now. dry thunderstorm chance late tonight through tomorrow morning. in the a slight chance here. muggy a possibility of a few showers now. it look likes low levels will be dry and the heat eases the next few days. that is good news i have for you. fog along the coastline. you thee monsoon flow beginning to increase tomorrow morning. maybe isolated shower or two but it is really potential for dry
rightening that is concerning. brex showers and thunderstorms to fire up once again tomorrow afternoon and by evening, starts to taper off. 50's to 70's on morning temperatures then this will be fog around along with mid to high level clouds then in the afternoon look at south bay temperatures in the 80's and 309's. 93 gilroy. on peninsula, mid 80's. 65 pacific a. downtown san francisco, 70. 66 in daily city with lingering fog then still hazy due though smoke and the hot weather in the north bay. 86 in the east bay. 77 in oakland. head inland, then it win hazy, hot, humid die this monsoon flow so look at 99 in fairfield. 100 brentwood then 97 your accuweather seven-day forecast, a slight chance of thunder tomorrow early in the day, then
hot and hazy but notice the coast and bay area in the 60's to 80's range then the health ease thursday then back friday but notice those temperatures really drop off by sunday relief for everyone. 80's inland. 60's coastside. >> thank. all right. an ultramarathon is sharing his story. dean posted this video on twitter. can see several spots where he is bleeding on the face. he hit the dirt the face. i spoke with dean today on abc 7 news at 4:00 and told me it happened this weekend when pulled out energy bar then heard something coming up behind him. >> when i swung around to look, a coyote just hit me. and went down into my face and tthat is "whaddyado" happened. you looked. you it was in front of me. it was running with running pole is so hit it. it skirted off. >> i want to stress here the
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>> developing news for the truckee teenager who was missing. it doesn't have any plans then future. community meetings have also stopped. kylie has been missing for 11 days?there has been no sign of r since she left a party in truckee. investigators have gotten more than 1100 tips then searched in air, on land, in the wear. there is a $57,000 reward to help find her. >> well, now to a story you will only see on abcp news. one that sent chills on the backs of those infected. it involves the residents in san francisco who had to evacuate because their unions are flooded and started back in june while this is surveillance video from inside of one of those apartments. it shows a man walk around the unit in the dark. another resident captured video of a worker in their unit who appears to take something and
still another said someones and withdraw thousands of dollars. it is limping to think that someone is rummaging through the stand and grabs box full of the checkbooks then i have deep fears of identity theft. heinz the company that owns the building say the contractor has been terminate then it has suspended contractor access to all of the units while it investigates these incident. >> it is back to school tomorrow for san francisco unified. students will be there but will there be enough teachers? plus, we showed so much look of respect for me. >> it was nice napa valley dinner, but the end of the evening changed everything for one customer. >> do you have a question about buying a home? send to it your 7 on your side by going to abc 7 news! com/7 on your side. he will try answer them, in a
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at a napa valley restaurant. ama: anchor liz kreutz tells us he shares his experience online hoping to start a larger conversation. reporter: in this instagram life , johnathan butler says he was racially profiled during his recent trip in the napa valley. >> this is some kind back at the day in south africa kind of stuff. reporter: butler, whose music had once been praised by nelson mandela, said after eating at goosen gilberts of the manager followed him to his car and asked him whether he had taking care of his server. butler said he believes the manual was insinuating he did not leave -- the man was insinuating he did not leave a tip. >> he showed so much disrespect. i don't think he would've asked white person. reporter: johnathan butler said he did leave his bill and left a generous tip because he was offended by that encounter with the manager that he went back to
her confront him. >> it is a micro-aggression, making assumptions based on stereotypes. it is not ok. reporter: she lives in the napa valley works in the wine industry. she asks we only use her first name. she says these incidents don't surprise her at all. she has her own stories of discrimination from working in a napa tasting room. >> itlittle until he feels likea shallow person. reporter: after sharing his experience online, people have flooded goosen gander at's yelp page negative reviews. the restaurant posted a statement on their instagram page. they say it should never happened and all of us at goose and gander apologize unreservedly. the manager is now on temporary leave and they are working with advisors to provide their staff with sensitivity training. butler said he hopes what happened to him is the start of
a larger conversation. she says while she loves her napa valley community exhibit does send an important message. >> people need to understand that the way they have operated their entire lives, that is no longer going to fly. dan: we also reached out to goose and gander for additional comment but did not receive a response. [closing bell] ama: better-than-expected earnings reports from big companies including walmart and home depot helped move the market higher today. they should consumer spending is still strong. nasdaq nasdaq drop 25's of s&p was in the green i-8. dan: nearly $4 billion of student loan debt is being canceled, from former students of the now defunct itt technical institute. it shut down in 2016, shortly
after the government pulled the plug on its federal funding because the school had failed to show it was in compliance with certain accreditation standards. the total amount of loan discharges approved under president biden now totals nearly $32 billion. ama: today president biden signed a massive bill into law impacting health care costs, climate change and taxes. it is the inflation reduction act. it should help you save money. reena roy explains. reporter: president biden signing a $740 billion bill into law tuesday. >> it is not just about today. it is about tomorrow's of delivering progress and prosperity to american families. reporter: the inflation reduction accept meant to fight climate change and help americans save money. the new law will assist about 13 million americans in pay for insurance by extending subsidies and will cap prescription drug costs for medicare recipients. starting next year, those with
metaphor -- medicare will pay more more than 35,000 -- no more than $35 a month on insulin. >> this is going to save me a great deal of money. reporter: democrats say it will reduce the federal deficit by $300 billion and will pay for itself in corporate stock buybacks and in new 15% minimum tax on companies. >> this bill will indoor as one of the greatest legislative feats in decades. it will lower costs, create millions of good paying jobs. reporter: despite the names of republicans argue it wont do much to fight inflation. >> you cannot spend your way out of inflation or tax yourself out of recession or borrow your way out of debt. reporter: this is the largest climate investment in u.s. history. about $370 billion including tax credits for solar panels and electric vehicles. reporter: this bill >> is the biggest step forward on climate
ever. it is going to allow us to fully take additional steps toward meeting all my climate goals. reporter: democrats call this a big win for the american people, saying these incentives will cut emissions from 2005 levels by 40%. dan: a major decision by the fda for people with hearing problems. today, the fda allowed hearing aids to be sold over-the-counter and without a prescription. currently, they can cost up to $5,000 a pair. it is expected this new rule will lead to innovative designs and lower costs. experts say undiagnosed hearing loss can lead to depression and dementia. over-the-counter hearing aids could go on sale as soon as october. ama: san francisco unified students will head back to school tomorrow. as the district scrambles to fill open teacher positions.
what is being done to fill the vacancies. reporter: as san francisco unified districts prepared to head back to school wednesdays of the district is working to fill a looming gap. >> we need pair educators, substitutes, nurses, social workers. multiple subject teachers and spanish teachers. reporter: with more than 460 open positions on the district website, the district had of human resources says they are heading -- scrambling to make sure every classroom will have a certified teacher. >> we developed a plan in which educators can job share. they can continue to do their job they were hired for an cover a classroom. reporter: in order to fill the gaps, she says temporarily, 11 certified staff of been moved over full time to take on classroom vacancies. 50 to 60 educators have been moved or time. >> those folks are in transition
today. they're preparing today with around 24 hours notice. reporter: while the district says the cost of housing in san francisco has been their biggest recruitment challenge, the united educators of san francisco president says staffing salaries aren't keeping up. >> we do not have a shortage of teachers. there are a lot of qualified educators in the bay area. what we have is a crisis of professional pay. reporter: galileo high school presents a bolt says because of this -- principles is because of this he is losing teachers to different districts. >> what's made it worse is staff members deciding to take jobs in other districts at the last minute. reporter: give note tomorrow does mark the first day of schools of the district says they are hiring -- their hiring process is far from over. they're hoping to fill 60
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dan: some breaking news coming in from high-stakes primary, where republican congresswoman liz cheney, who represents wyoming is fighting for her political future. she was want 10 house republicans who voted to impeach president trump. polls in wyoming closed at 6:00 our time. early returns show her trailing
with 41% of the vote. in first place with 57% is harriet. she is an attorney who unsupported cheney and rebuked trump. now she echoes trump's false statements about the stolen election. cheney is not the only trump critic on the about today. in alaska, liz murkowski, -- lisa murkowski, who voted to convict trump faces a primary. alaska pulls close at 10:00 our time. the nba announced today there will be no games on november 8, that is the day of the midterm elections. it is part of the league's opus on civic engagement. there are no plans to get the teams involved. ama: the is fighting to keep sealed the indict -- affidavit for the search warrant. explain the justification for search warrant would disclose highly classified materials, and could discourage cooperation by
witnesses. media organizations ask for the affidavit to be unsealed. trump and supporters also want made public. >> until we see specificity within the affidavit, we will not have the kind of clarity that the american people need to come to their own conclusions. >> if you release the probable cause affidavit, i am not sure how we can go forward. ama: as the investigation continues, the fbi has interviewed former white house counsel pat cipollone about classified documents taken from trump's house. is the most senior staff known to be question. dan: this is the hottest day of the week. we are not done with the triple digits yet. we will see the seven-day forecast updated next. check the temperatures and forecast and learn more about bay area whether any time in the weather on demand section of the abc 7 bay area streaming tv app. download it on roku, amazon
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heat advisory for the bay area until 8:00 tonight. the inland communities. solano county until friday, lake and mendocino counties until tomorrow night. it brings the risk of heat illnesses. we do have fog along the coastline. as we check out what's ahead, monsoon moisture moving in our direction may bring showers. the low levels are so dry, there is a possibility of dry lightning, which rises our -- raises our fire danger. watch what happens tomorrow. it will be in the high to very high category reports of the bay area. also the heat of that monsoon flow will bring in the humidity. upper 90's to low hundreds well inland. along the coastline, you will be comforted by the sea breeze and lingering fog in the mid 60's. 95° air temperature results in even hotter conditions on asphalt. it could be 149°, do not walk
your dogs on hot pavement. accuweather seven-day forecast, like chase of thunder. much cooler relief for the weekend. dan: thanks very much. baseball on both sides of the bay. ama: chris alvarez zero sports. chris: the giants try to play their way back into playoff contention. they's top prospect making an immediate impact in texas.
californians have a choice between two initiatives on sports betting. prop 27 generates hundreds of millions every year to permanently fund getting people off the streets a prop 26? not a dime to solve homelessness prop 27 has strong protections to prevent minors from betting. prop 26? no protections for minors. prop 27 helps every tribe, including disadvantaged tribes. prop 26? nothing for disadvantaged tribes vote yes on 27. hi, my name is cherrie. i'm 76 and i live on the oregon coast. my husband, sam, we've been married 53 years. we love to walk on the beach. i have two daughters and then two granddaughters. i noticed that memories were not there
>> now, abc 7 sports with chris alvarez. chris: the giants putting their four-game winning streak on the line against arizona. highlights of 11:00. they enter the game 5.5 games back from the card spot in the national league. joey bart hitting 500 his last 28 bots -- fats. is actually hitting .314. 12 rbis. playing great behind the plate. a lot of weight in being heir apparent to buster posey. that time spent in the minors was a nice reset before returning to the big club. >> he looked refreshed. like there'd been a weight lifted and he got some rest. >> you don't think as much, you are not really thinking about the negative. you get caught up and doing
something stupid, it is kind of just being more forgetful and enjoying the moment. chris: good to see many good groove right now. the oakland a's releasing statements to scotty today -- stephen piscotty today. he joined the a's in 2018 after the cardinals trading him to allow him to be closer to his mother who eventually passed away from als. is in texas tonight. top prospect making his big league debut. very first pitch, he sees fair about an left-field corner, betsy devos. that is going to go the trophy case. two batters later, he's got a hit. there's his first big-league run sub--zero in the second. that'll get you hugs all the way around. at last check it is 3-0 a's in the sixth. castro field his one-game
suspension for having a cell phone come out of his pocket last week. i've never seen that. for some, they get suspension because of the possibility of cheating in cell phones, castro said it was an honest mistake. who is he talking to? the nba schedule is going to be released tomorrow at noon. multiple reports say the warriors will host lakers october 18, opening night, ring ceremony night. in a hobo opening with the grizzlies opening day. -- yesterday the warriors hosted there all hands volunteer day. warriors legend chris mullins was out there to land -- lend a helping hand. 1800 volunteer hours were served to restoration projects, including planting gardens, painting murals and general park cleanup. this is year two of the nir,
worse college student athletes can profit off of name image and likeness. a college student may have the grace that i've ever seen. >> i'm so glad we called sos, rac is the coldest. >> i'm always decoldest. wide receiver from louisiana. when you are -- when your ac, take it from decoldest. >> it's got a nice jingle. that's -- is promoting the a local omaha company. that is genius promotion. i got to get someone on my team. the sun was great, the acting was questionably great. the name is spot on. dan: it is catchy. pull new ballgame for college athletes.
chris: it really is. it's nice to see them having fun with it and making cash as well. of all the ads i've seen, that one, so far as the most creative and funny in my opinion. ama: coming up tonight on abc 7 at 8:00 to catch celebrity will fortune followed by generation gap. celebrity family feud came -- comes on at 10:00, stay with us for abc7news at 11:00. get the bay area app and join us whenever you want, wherever you are. that's going to do it for this addition of abc7news. 's for joining us. dan: we appreciate your time, hope you enjoy the rest of the evening and we see you again for abc7news at 11:00.
♪♪♪ from the alex trebek stage at sony pictures studios, this is... here is our first group of semi-finalists-- an associate professor of musicology at cal state fullerton... a professor of business & innovation at the university of san francisco... and an associate producer of operations research at the naval postgraduate school in monterey, california... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"-- mayim bialik. [ applause ] thank you, johnny gilbert. welcome, everyone, to the first of our semi-finals in the "jeopardy!" professors tournament. over the next three days, we will determine
the three winners who will advance to our two-day tournament final on thursday and friday. and the stakes are high. the winner of that final will return to campus $100,000 richer and with a coveted slot in the tournament of champions. i'm sure our three challengers are rarin' to go. welcome, sam, j.p., and katie. good luck. and here are the categories in the jeopardy! round. we'll start with... and... they were once common, but now they only appear in isolated phrases. sam, you have control of the board. british humor, $200, please. j.p. what is "monty python and the holy grail"? correct. [ with british accent ] british humor for $400. [ audience laughs ]