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from a chaotic scene. dan: america's return to the dan: america's return to the moon, the final preparations. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27. now you can save big on supersonic wifi from xfinity. the choice is clear can it handle all of my devices? all that. and it comes with a 2-year rate guarantee. what?! ok! no annual contract. no equipment fees. oh, and a free streaming box. i like streaming. it's all just $50 a month when you add xfinity mobile with unlimited data. will you add a motorcycle? no. did you say yes?! the new xfinity supersonic bundle. it's kind of a big deal what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26 is a money grab that doesn't guarantee a cent for non-gaming tribes.
27 requires 15% of all state revenues go to non-gaming tribes. the choice is clear. yes, on 27. dan: in oakland police are on the scene of an incident that left three people dead. the investigation is underway on martin luther king jr. way. officers arrived to find multiple vehicles involved in a crash, and two gunshot victims. investigators found a bicyclist struck by one of the vehicles. the police chief went to the scene tonight. >> we know there was an initial shooting and there was a second shooting, and then we know after the second shooting, the vehicle which the individual who had been shot was inside of fled the scene. that is the vehicle that appears to have struck the bicyclist. dan: all three victims were
pronounced dead. none have been identified by police but chief armstrong says all three victims were men. thank you for joining us. i'm dan ashley. dion: i'm dion lim. a call for the end to the violence in another part of the city. a piece gathering and vigil was held in little saigon. their message comes after the wake of a shooting last weekend that killed a dentist. earlier this month a grandmother was shot in her home while sleeping, and an uber driver was killed last month in an attempted robbery. dan: in fremont, a man was the victim of a profanity laced tirade inside a taco bell. >> i did not see the point of trying to engage somebody who wants to pick a fight. dan: in that video a man takes aim as a resident's religion,
appearance and more. we spoke with the victim, let me warn you, you may find the video disturbing. reporter: what should have been a quick trip to this taco bell turned into a traumatizing experience for a longtime resident on the receiving end of this unprovoked verbal attack. >> [beep] reporter: nearly eight and half minutes of video recorded sunday night, the man stealing anti-hindu speech. >> it was vile. reporter: after receiving his food order, he stayed in the restaurant and recorded in silence, worried that if he walked to his car, the man would follow. >> look at this nasty [beep] >> i did not see a point in
engaging with a person who wanted to pick a fight. he was so close to my face, spitting everywhere. reporter: he recognized the way the man recognized hindi words. in the last few minutes of the attack, he may have revealed his motivation. >> toward the end of the video he said the late prime ministers name. then i realized he may be indian. reporter: behavior he says aligns with a movement in india. >> that group was deemed a terrorist organization in india. >> your people were the ones to put your head down. reporter: he set a supervisor made the call to 911, although he shares criticism over workers not stepping into deescalate. we reached out to talk about for a response but have not heard back. reporter: the police chief later
addressed the community, saying, we take hate incidents and crimes seriously, adding these incidents are despicable. he explained the hindu religion teaches the whole population is your brethren and everyone is equal. >> in that sense that gentlemen is the same. reporter: this so-called off night now seen by thousands, including his 13-year-old son who was waiting for food. he arrived for our interview with his taco bell order. >> i do not want his vision to change. i said i will go and pick it up. reporter: abc 7 news. dan: the person who shot a man on a part train is loose tonight , the shooting happened at the fruitvale station before 1:30 this afternoon, but they did not learn after it until the train pulled away.
the victim was taken off the train with life-threatening injuries. the shooter ran off at fruitvale's. police say the shooting does not appear to be random. >> based on the video we received, we are confident this was not a random attack. it appears to be a targeted attack. dan: investigators say some of the video they have comes from surveillance in the train car where the shooting took laced. -- took place. dion: the justice apartment is releasing a redacted version of the affidavit of the search for former president trump's home. it sheds light on why federal agents began their investigation. reporter: the 38 page affidavit is heavily redacted but we have a snapshot of what led the justice department to search former president trump's mar-a-lago home.
the document reveals well before the search trump had been found to have taken highly classified information, including some from clandestine human sources, secrets obtained from foreign agents and spies. that material found in 15 boxes trump's team turned over january, including 184 classified documents, 92 secret, and 25 top-secret mixed in with other records. >> the fbi would never have gotten the search warrant approved unless they had an immense amount of information. reporter: the fbi outlines how the agency determined more classified documents were still inside mar-a-lago, but those details are almost completely blacked out. the document shows a warning that the fbi said -- sent to trump's lawyers, saying they could compromise national security. >> given that the documents deal
with spies and secrets from allies, the fbi and the intelligence community are urgently working on a damage assessment. reporter: trump maintains he cooperated with government officials, repeating that friday despite the release of evidence appearing to show his team stonewalling the national archives for months. president biden not commenting but telling reporters it depends on the circumstances whether it is ever appropriate to take classified documents home. >> i have some with me, i read them and lock them back up. dan: on monday, nasa will send its most powerful rocket ever into space in an attempt to alternately send humans back to the moon. this historic launch would not be possible without the research and technology from mt. view's research center. we caught up with a member of the artemis one launch team. reporter: on monday a momentous
step in the history of space travel, the apollo mission was called one small step for man, and artemis one will be another giant leap for mankind. >> artemis one is a flight test of the first systems since the apollo program to bring humans back to the moon. reporter: nasa will launch the most powerful rocket into space. artemis one will orbit the moon before returning to earth hotter and faster than ever before, 25,000 mph. the orion space capsule with a mannequin on board, the only capsule specifically designed for humans. they will establish a moon base where humans will stay, an ambitious goal. >> i followed the history of it for my whole life. i have been a space nerd, so i understand it happened and what it takes, but to be a part of
the first steps back, it is humbling. it is an honor to be part of it. reporter: they put nearly two decades into testing and planning to make monday's historic launch a reality. the bay area center contributed in many ways including the development of the thermal protection system, one of the key pieces to make a sustainable trip for humans. >> to get to this point and fly this test and see the systems working for the mission we designed them for, it is incredible. i have to remember to enjoy it and look up from the hard work it takes to make it happen. reporter: inspections and tests will happen during and after the mission which will travel one point 3 million miles over 42 days. artemis ii could be the next manned mission back to the moon in two years.
dan: the launch window opens at 5:33 a.m. pacific time. dion: in the south bay, popular fast food chain, in and out burgers, is proposing a new location in san jose. according to our media partners at "the mercury news" it would be on stevens creek all of our. it would take -- stevens creek all of hard. -- boulevard. the area would accommodate over 100 customers and 30 cars in the drive through. it is unknown if and when the proposal would go through evaluation. dan: a big weekend in the south bay, there is pride at comic-con. reporter: a conqueror boy is being called a prodigy. >> summer is almost over and it will feel like the seasons are changing.
a judge dissolved a temporary restraining order allowing the city and caltrans to move forward clearing the encampment in three phases. more than 200 people will need to be relocated. officials have to come up with a plan for the belongings that would not result in those items being destroyed. dion: it is a big weekend full of fun in the south bay. 20,000 people are expected to celebrate the lgbtq community at the silicon valley pride festival. it is second in person festival, and will have activities and entertainment and fun for the family. the festival kicks off saturday afternoon in san jose. local businesses look forward to representing pride and the economic boost. >> we have been struggling for quite some time. these past few weeks with san jose jazz and now silicon valley pride, downtown is turning a corner. dion: the san jose downtown
association supported pride for over three decades. the pride festival kicks off saturday at 6:00 p.m. and that parade is sunday at 10:30 a.m. we expect cosplay and more at silicon this weekend. you can meet your favorite heroes from star trek and "back to the future." there will be demonstrations and contests that you do not want to miss. tickets are on sale. it takes place saturday and sunday at san jose's convention center. dan: this year marks the 80th anniversary of president roosevelt executive order to put japanese americans into internment camps in world war ii. tonight on the peninsula, a new film exploring the impact of the unjust incarceration on families for generations.
a discussion with those behind the documentary called "80 years later." it was held in san bruno which was the side of a detention center that held 8000 japanese americans on their way to internment camps. the sold-out screening benefited local nonprofits working to preserve the memory of the internment story. for more information, go to 80yearslater.com. dion: a bowling prodigy after taking up the sport a couple months ago. he is five years old and cactuses every day. -- practices every day. he is gaining quite a following. reporter: he may only be four feet tall, but that has not stopped him from making a name for himself in the bowling world. the five-year-old took up the sport in june but bowls games
around 170-200. >> i like getting strikes. reporter: his mother says she does not know where his skills come from. neither she nor his father are bowlers. >> we did the kids bowl for free, and it turned out he is really good. reporter: he bowled multiple spares and strikes, sometimes getting three in a row. his skills have grabbed the attention of other bowlers. >> they call him the natural. somehow he knows what he is doing. reporter: to give you an idea of how amazing he is, he normally bowls with a 12 pound all, a quarter of his body weight. he has gained several mentors over the summer. >> when you find somebody this young, he inspires you wanting
to give him a helping hand. reporter: no one knows what is coming next, but his mom will support his dreams no matter where they lead. >> i told him as long as he is having fun, we will come back. reporter: k abc 7 news. sandhya: his technique is interesting but it is working. and practice makes perfect. dan: sandhya patel is here. we are hoping for more of this great weather. sandhya: i would not have it any other way. a live picture from the exploratorium camera. if you like cooler weather, you will be happy with the weekend weather. area of low pressure is moving down toward vancouver and parts of canada, portland, seattle. we will be under the influence
of this trough, and as we are under that influence, we will notice the winds picking up and temperatures coming down. live doppler 7, we have a marine push and the marine layer has deepened to 1500 feet. half moon bay, visibility is down to one mile. be careful because it becomes dense. mostly 50's and 60's unless you are out towards brentwood. as you look at the forecast for the festival in chinatown, it will be nice but grab a sweater or a jacket. a cool morning, make some sunshine and clouds on sunday, breezy. palo alto, festival of the arts will be bright and mild, 50's to mid 60's. festa italiana, upper 50's to
mid 60's. silicon valley pride festival, you can expect mild, sunny conditions. at night it will be comfortable but dressed in layers. as you look at the overcast conditions, good air quality saturday and sunday. from the golden gate bridge camera, there is fog but visibility will fluctuate. dense fog and drizzle in the morning. summer heat returns next week. tomorrow morning, breezy. tomorrow afternoon, winds picking up. be ready with drizzle and clouds in the morning, not clearing the coast tomorrow afternoon. morning numbers in the 50's and 60's. watch out for damp roadways. 80's in san jose. on the peninsula, 62, half moon bay.
downtown san francisco, 66. 82, santa rosa. 70, oakland. east bay and inland, 82, concord. it will be gusty and cooler tomorrow, below average sunday, then the warming begins next week with hotter conditions inland, mid 90's. mid 60's, coast side. what's the difference between prop 26 and prop 27? 26? not one dime to get people off the streets and into housing 27 generates hundreds of million to help solve homelessness. the choice is clear yes on prop 27.
international dog day was the perfect time to introduce its new agent. teddy is a three-year-old french bulldog. dan: his owner works for the bureau, and his owner built him his own office. teddy looking very intimidating. dion: baseball's leading homerun hitter is in the bay area this weekend. dan: larry beil is here. larry: the pride of the central valley is here with the yankees taking on the a's. all rise for aaron judge,
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the giants made their first trip to minnesota in 17 years, and based on game one of their series with the twins, they could have waited longer. marvel superhero day at the ballpark. hulk smash. so does carlos correa, a two run bomb. that was just the beginning. to the third, twins up 6-0. gary sanchez, two run jack. giants looking really bleak, and they lose, 9-0. yankees visiting the a's. check out the fan, one-handed, barehanded, and then he chugs a beer. scoreless in the fifth until
aaron judge connects. all rise, the judge with 49 homers to lead baseball. degerrit cole. one of the best pitchers in the game. steven kwon grew up in fremont, made an incredible catch. kwon into the stands to make the catch. he stayed in the game. while the jimmy g. rumors persist, the 49ers will persist with trey lance. he went 7-11, 17-0 loss. >> i'm glad he got some experience in the preseason. i wish he got more about i am glad he came out healthy. larry: raiders-patriots, final preseason game.
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create spaces of healing and restoration. for the first time ever, prop 27 will provide permanent funding for organizations like ours. saying yes to prop 27 means more people get the assistance that they nee they get someone to partner in such a way to see transformation come to them. yes on prop 27, because there's no place like home.
11:00. dan: >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live" with guest host nicole byer! tonight -- heidi klum, kirby howell-baptiste, and music from seventeen. with cleto and the cletones. and now, nicole byer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> nicole: welcome, welcome! oh, thank you! welcome to "jimmy kimmel live"! i'm your guest host, nicole byer. [ cheers ] thank you. this is my second and final night hosting the show. [ audience: aww ]