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. live from the kgo broadcast center this is abc 7 news. they just said that there was no service after north concord. so to catch a bus. >> and there are a lot of people boarding buses tonight after some bart trains have come to a complete stop. thank you for joining us, i'm ama dietz. well, bart says there is an equipment problem on the tracks which continues to disrupt
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service tonight. bart service is still stopped between the concord service and the bay point station. tonight, bart says there will be fewer and shorter trains available tomorrow morning. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman has more on the story. >> reporter: you're looking at a commuting çónightmare, bart has closed the track due to an electrical problem on the track that has taken out two dozen cars today. here is the bart spokesperson. >> something is happening that is sending a surge and voltage to only certain cars and it is damaging a piece of the equipment. and at this point we cannot allow for any other cars to be damaged. >> reporter: it is similar to a problem two years ago, engineers are still looking for the cause of that problem. meanwhile, they installed a bus bridge, thus far the lines have
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not been too long, and customers are very philosophical. >> whose fault is it? i mean, it happens. >> reporter: you're stuck in it? >> i am, and a lot of other people. you try to be positive about it and keep going. >> reporter: wayne freedman, abc 7 news. bart is alerting passengers through twitter and sent this tweet out just before 6:00, and said all of our efforts are involved in trying to fix the problem, apologies, we're working on it. >> and some bworkers are arrivig late to work, you can blame it on a driver shortage. golden gate transits has also cancelled runs for the time being while it tries to get more drivers on the road. >> so we're working very hard, diligent ly to make sure we wer
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hire as many drivers as we need to, get them on board to get our services back up to the level that we believe it should be. >> some of the new drivers began working on monday for golden gate transits. now to the epic standoff between the supreme court, president obama spoke of his choice, nominating merrick garland, the appeals judge. he is the man who prosecuted the oklahoma bombing cases. abc news reporter terry moran has more. >> reporter: after weeks of anticipation, there was president obama striding into the rose garden, introducing his new decision. judge merrick garland, standing quietly at the president's side, and then stepping forward, the emotion overwhelming him. >> this is the greatest honor of my life, other than her agreeing to marry me 28 years ago. >> reporter: his family was watching, minus the daughter,
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becky. >> i also wished we had not taught our daughter to be so independent that she would be hiking out of cell service range when the president called. >> reporter: he is a prominent figure in american law, 63 years old, chief judge of the u.s. court of appeals in washington where he served for 18 years and before that a top federal prosecutor. garland was there in oklahoma city in 1995 as seen here in a video released by the white house today, leading the prosecution of timothy mcvey, who carried the names of the victims with him as he prosecuted the case. >> we promised to find the suspects. >> he also led the prosecution of the uni bomber, as a judge, garland is known as a moderate
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although he would tip the balance of the supreme court by replacing conservative anthony scalia. now, he faces a possible firestorm, and president obama spoke of the supreme court. >> it is supposed to be above politics. it has to be. and it should stay that way. >> reporter: in choosing merrick garland as nominee, the president has selected somebody who in normal time with his endorsements over the years from both sides of the political aisle and his moderate record would be easily confirmable. but this is not a normal political time. terry moran, abc news, the supreme court. minutes after that rose garden ceremony the senate's top republican declared the nomination was going nowhere. but there was mixed reaction. >> would there be any chance you would change your mind? >> none, i think the supreme court is political enough. >> what do you look to hear from him? >> i don't know, he has to talk to me.
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>> that was senator grassley, the chairman of the judicial committee who seemed to say he would listen to him. back here in the bay area, the man who police say ran over a 6-year-old boy was picked up in hayward tonight. for the first time tonight we hear from the boy's grandfather. laura anthony has more. >> i hope he stays in jail a long time. he literally -- ruined my grandson's life. >> reporter: rodriguez is the grandfather of the 6-year-old boy who police say was severely injured by this man, 29-year-old daniel morris in a quiet castro valley neighborhood march 7th. according to police, he was at the wheel of this ford when it struck the boy and his older brother as they walked on the sidewalk just steps from their
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home. >> they were walking to school, and he said he found an earth worm. >> reporter: they were with their grandmother, rodriguez' wife, when the car struck the two brothers, pinning the younger one against a pole. >> she asked the driver for help, he came out, looked at him, got something from the car and ran off. >> reporter: nine days later, daniel morris was arrested in the parking lot of this hayward motel. >> at 1:00 a.m., the suspect was arrested, mr. daniel morris, who is our prime suspect in the hit-and-run that occurred on march 7th that severely injured a 6-year-old boy. >> reporter: the fusion was just one of the cars stolen. several men broke into the key drop box and drove away five cars over a 90-minute period. rodriguez' young grandson is still in the hospital, having lost his left leg below the
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knee. >> up until this date they had -- five operations and possibly two more. i know they have -- good doctors. and good machines to help him along but it won't be the same. >> reporter: the chp and liver still searching for suspects who they believe were accomplices of morris. and today the anniversary of the girl who vanished while walking to school. investigators found hair and dna inside torres' car, who is accused of kidnapping the 15-year-old. his trial is said to begin next month, family and friends searched for her in morgan ill. and reno, nevada, firefighters and the public
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saluted nathan taylor today as the procession proceeded. taylor was directing traffic in truckee when he was hit by an suv. he died on sunday, taylor worked for the highway patrol for six years, three of them at the son's office. a man accused of groping women inside a book store is off the street tonight. max davidson is arrested after groping people, including a 10-year-old girl. police say davidson is a transient. a discovery is raising concerns about a very destructive pest in the north bay. they discovered it during the routine inspections, one in napa, one in sonoma county. here is how a mature one looks, the insects can cause problems for plants and destroy others.
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they are found in shipments in orange county, the trees there were destroyed. we have much more for you on this wednesday night. coming up, a man's vehicle stolen, we'll learn if the thieves left anything behind. also a simple swab to save a life. the drive by chp officers statewide to help one of their own. and meteorologist drew tuma is here. and even warmer air setting up shop tomorrow before we get rain. and stephen curry, you better watch out. better watch out. you will meet the 8-year-old who
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video released today by the san francisco police department shows the risk of leaving valuables in sight. the break-in shows fulton street. here is a video of a man who police say broke into that car, the police say he got away with more than $4,000 in gear in just a matter of seconds. and we told you about a budget rental truck that was stole with all the belongings. the truck was found, and abc 7
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news was with the family to see if they left anything. here is abc 7 news reporter vic lee. >> okay, packed to about here. so we packed it to the gills. >> yeah, we're really helping to get that done. >> reporter: the thieves took almost everything in the truck. >> i guess they didn't sell the crib. >> reporter: the budget represent- rent-a-truck was stolen in the sunset district, this, after the family had just arrived from san diego. they planned to move into this apartment at ucsf, where jeremy, a scientist, had just been hired. police say the van was abandoned in pacifica. today, the couple came to the budget yard in foster city where the truck had been towed.
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they hoped sentimental things would be inside, including toys, but erin feared the worst. >> it's bad not to have that sentimental stuff. >> the baby book. >> disappointed? yes. >> reporter: but they're also grateful to a variety of people who offered household items and moral support. >> it has been overwhelming. thank you for all of the support. >> reporter: the thieves missed this picture. a precious picture, a precious moment. vic lee, abc 7 news. the california highway patrol is on a mission to save lives, not with motorcycles and patrol cars but with a little cotton swab you stick in your mouth. abc 7 news reporter jonathan bloom has more. >> reporter: it all started when chp officer keith meter attended
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a bone marrow registry drive like this one. >> you move this swab around for ten seconds. >> reporter: meter found out he was a match for an 8-year-old girl who needed a bone marrow transplant. >> when i got called i started the process and i found out that my blood counts were low at the time. and i ignored the fact that they told me to go to the doctor because i felt fine. >> reporter: meter was the picture of health, always athletic he helped the chp win the baker's law enforcement run more than once. but more testing revealed officer meter had cancer and now he was the one who needed bone marrow. >> there is no cure for the one i have, the only cure is a bone marrow transplant. >> reporter: hearing his story inspired his fellow officers to work to find a match for him or for someone else. >> it is definitely a sense of family. and so you take care of one another like family. >> reporter: and what better way to save a fellow officer's life.
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>> it hit close to home, it made me think it could possibly be me or close to me. >> reporter: the testing may make you feel silly, but if they match, the procedure is no joke. >> when you wake up you will experience lower back pain. >> reporter: a small price, officers say. >> close your eyes and just do it. >> reporter: the drives are open to the public and the results go to the national bone marrow registry. >> what we're about is saving lives and not just on the freeways but in causes like this. >> reporter: they hope to save one life in particular. >> i couldn't be more thankful for all the help that they have given me and the awareness to they're providing. >> you're officially on the registry. >> reporter: in martinez, jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> more bone marrow drives will be held in the bay area on friday to try to find a match for officer meter. we have the details on our website at and we'll look at the weather with spring coming up in just a matter of days. >> it feels like it arrived
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early, we'll track a little rain on the seven-day forecast. live doppler 7 is here right now, clear skies out there. live doppler 7 hd is quiet as could be, outside we go, a live look from our roof top here at kgo, looking at the tower all lit up under clear skies. mild, san francisco, currently at 61 in oakland, a mild 62 in mountain view, san jose, morgan hill, cooler, a live look from the camera, at top pier 15. a beautiful shot in the financial district. right now it's quiet. santa rosa, 56, cooler in the north bay, 55, fairfield, checking in at 60 degrees, 63 for concord and livermore. showing you the beautiful lights of the bay area. the forecast will call for warmth. peaking on thursday. the temperatures will slowly cool as spring begins saturday night. and then we'll track a little bit of light rain heading their
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way for sunday evening. live doppler 7 hd, you notice the void of cloud cover over much of the state of california. high pressure in control, bring us the sunshine and warm of thes. you look off to the west. a lot of cloud cover off to the west. you will get a little bit of rain, for work and school tomorrow morning nothing but sunshine as the sun gets up here around 7:17 a.m. starting temperatures between 42 and 51 degrees. planning your thursday from start to finish we'll start with the temperatures mainly in the 40s, in most spots. by noon, warming into the 60s. by 4:00, a rather mild day out there with the warmest spots getting close to 80 degrees. by 7:00, still clear skies, they will dominate our forecast. as we head into the second half of the weekend, we'll track the system. on a storm impact scale, light amounts of rain and just breezy conditions not very strong
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winds. future weather showing you the rainfall, sunday, early into monday. we're not talking about a soaking by any means, the north bay will be the winner, close to half an inch, most spots will generally pick up maybe a tenth of an inch of moisture. it will cool off the temperatures for spring-like weather, sunday and monday. 40s and 50s, 51, 46, san raphael. 48 in oakland, 44 for fairfield, highs for thursday after that cool start we'll have total sunshine, getting everybody pretty much into the 70s, 77 antioch, 70 san francisco. 76 san jose, same in santa rosa and oakland, up to a very comfortable 73 degrees. the accuweather forecast showing you sunshine and spring-like warmth. saturday, spring officially arrives in the evening at 9:30 sunday night into monday morning. a chance of rain bumping temperatures down into the more
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walnut creek, burlingame, campbell, and all the bay area. there is a big road closure in marin county tonight, the marin county sheriff's department has closed roughly 30 miles of the fairfax road. the area is popular with cyclists, but the chp says the roads are unsafe, even for them. here is why, the mudslide made a mess of things even for them. this is the dam, the chp closed it then and now they say conditions are worse than first thought. a million miles, that is how far they have ridden in san
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francisco. this shared electric scooter program launched in 2012. the users can rent it for as much as 2 an hour. there is now a fleet of 400 evacu vehicles. tesla is putting out a video tease, showing a car with the word, model tease. they will unveil it march 31st, tesla says it is 20% smaller than their former model, the car will be priced at around $35,000. the model 3 will not hit show rooms until late next year. and another half hour coming up. donald trump has a new warning, why he says there coul be riots at a contested convention. and now within arm's reach, how hillary clinton is now focusing her fire on donald trump. and a woman assaulted while jogging finds a way
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live from the kgo tv broadcast center this is abc 7 news. in the race for the white house, donald trump predicted today there would be riots if the republicans turned to a brokered convention to choose a nominee. he won three more yesterday. he is a long way from clinching. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump warning if the republican establishment tries to block his nomination, there will be okcha at the convention. >> i think you would have riots. i think you would have riots. i am representing a tremendous number of people, i think you would have problems like you never saw before.
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i think bad things would happen. i wouldn't -- i think bad things would happen. >> reporter: anger and violence at his campaign rallies. trump now saying it's time for quote, a natural healing process. >> we have a great opportunity and the people that are voting are democrats coming in, independents coming in, and very, very importantly people that never voted before. it is an incredible thing. >> reporter: this morning, florida governor rick scott falling in line, endorsing trump, telling other republicans to accept and respect the will of the voters. but ohio governor, john kasich, fresh off a victory in his home state now vowing to fight all the way to the convention floor but with a positive message. >> i want to remind you again tonight that i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. >> reporter: one place we will
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not see the candidates clash, a debate stage. today, trump pulling out of monday's showdown on fox, john kasich then dropped out too. >> i think we have had enough. how many times can the same people ask you the same questions? >> reporter: but today, senator ted cruz, who thrives on debates, mocking him as ducking donald. the establishment leaders threw around the name of house speaker paul ryan, but today, ryan said if you want to be president you should run for president and there is no situation this year in which he will be the party's nominee including at the convention in cleveland. tom yanez. and after winning four states last night hillary clinton is now turning her attacks to donald trump. but trump began to roll out his attacks as well saying she doesn't have the strength or energy to be president. here is cecila vega.
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>> reporter: the office within reach, and hillary clinton is focusing on donald trump. >> we should be building barriers, not be embarrassed by the nominee. >> reporter: trump today firing off too, saying clinton doesn't have the strength or energy to be president. recycling an attack line that is one of his favorites. >> by the way, hillary clinton is low energy, okay? low energy. she doesn't have the strength or stami stamina. >> she has no strength or stamina. >> reporter: clinton earlier told me she is ready. >> he can talk about whatever he wants, if he wants to focus on me and talk about me, that is his choice. >> reporter: tonight, clinton closer than ever to locking up the race. when she is ready, she would ask bernie sanders for help. >> i would hope to reach him.
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>> reporter: sanders still defiant. >> don't let people tell you that you can't think big. >> reporter: the vermont senator would need to win every remaining primary state by nearly 40 points in order to clinch the nomination. the path to victory for him now next to impossible. >> when i spoke to hillary clinton i asked if she would ever ask bernie sanders to drop out of this race even if his prolonged race ends up hurting her. she said quote, i will never ask anybody to step out. cecila vega, new york. and there are questions about donald trump's rhetoric, not meant to be flattering. andrew knight showed the painting showing the republican frontrunner with his right arm raised and manure coming out of his mouth. it isñi piling up in front of h and covering up the country. >> his hate is filling our
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country and spilling over in this case, in my painting, it's the wall that he keeps talking about and it's spilling out over the wall into the rest of the world. >> reporter: in case you wonder, knight did use real bull manure. he plans to sell the painting and donate the proceeds to charity. as we progress through the primary system, donald trump and hillary clinton are expressing their status for their frontrunner's party. political reporter looks at what is ahead for the republicans. >> a faction of the party that will not support trump under any circumstances and then have yyo a faction saying he will win against hillary clinton, the turnout is big, the passion is big for him. the republicans may decide he is the evil they will have to accept. >> california is one of the last states to hold a primary. it will cast votes on june 7th. the same day that south dakota,
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new jersey, new mexico and montana. if you look to be around happy people head to denmark, today it was ranged at the top of the world happiness report, the survey began three years ago and denmark won three times, last year, switzerland, and iceland, the u.s. ranks 56th. danes says their country is the happiest place because they don't have much to worry about. first lady michelle obama into the music business, recording big names. the first lady announced that she has enlisted kelly clarkston among other singers to record a charity record called, this is for my girls. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> the single is now available on itunes for $1.29, it is
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fremont, palo alto, and all the north bay, this is abc 7 news. lockheed martin says it developed amilitary aircraft that moved at five times the speed of sound. the company released this single image of the plane. lockheed martin says it's a breakthrough in the ability to counter threats with extreme speed. to put it in perspective, the plane would travel at 36 miles an hour, going from san francisco to new york in half an hour. imagine that. the company plans to have a demonstration model ready by
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2018. researchers at stanford believe they're on the trail of a breakthrough that could revolutionize in vitro fertilization that could help couples conceive. all thanks to a robot that can spot squishy embryos. >> reporter: this could help the ability to measure impacts both big and small. >> some of the same approaches that we use in concussion where we use machine learning to try to determine when an impact may have occurred or not we use almost the exact same approach in this embryo project. >> reporter: so this initial prototype that we build. >> reporter: instead of measuring the violent impact of football their latest device measures the slightest give and take for the walls of newly fertilized embryos. the scientist says it uses a
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pressure. >> you instantly apply the pressure to the embryo. so you can see it doesn't go very far in. >> reporter: the powerful substance measures the bending in the embryo wall, which it describes in laymen's terms as squishyness. what can it tell you? maybe a lot, whether or not the embryo can grow and develop in the mother's womb. >> reporter: he directs the reproductive services at stanford, noticing years ago that some embryos are squishyer than others, and wanted a way to test whether it gave him the advantage. his team started to track success rates, first with mouse embryos, then humans. >> and the correlation that we found in our studies suggest that the degree of elasticity or squishyness as it is termed in the paper, correlates with its
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ability to make it to the planting stage. >> reporter: he says it will determine which will grow to the next development with 90% accuracy, that resulted in a 50% increase in pregnancies. >> the holy grail is being able to identify which implants will make a baby. >> reporter: the system is still in clinical trial, but if it's approved for treatment, researchers it could help reduce the chances for twins and triplets while increasing successful pregnancies all with the help of an embryo-bot. >> stanford researchers are comparing the screening data side by side with the results of their standard selection method. if successful, they willho to use the method to use the implants for the next clinical trial. and next, drew tuma has our
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runle trail, a texas woman decided to create something to protect herself. jennifer escaped unharmed but the next day she sewed a small pocket in her sports bra to carry a knife. now she is patenting the bras, called booby trap bras, she hopes they will help women to be empowered just in case. some day soon you may be able to log into your smartphone by doodling.
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a team of researchers say they developed a form of passwords to lets people draw their passwords into any shape or with any number of fingers. they found it was faster to use, easier to remember and harder to guess. the study will be presented at a san jose conference in may. the team says that it could stop criminals from accessing the information on your phone. all right, time to get a last check on weather which is warming up. meteorologist drew tuma has more. and the live doppler 7 hd is quiet, san jose, the temperature trend average high this time of year about 67 degrees, well above that tomorrow with a high of 76 in san jose. we stay in the 70s through the weekend and then drop into the 60s. the drop into the 60s comes with a little bit of rain, across the state of california, 77 fresno, go to 91 in palm springs, 75
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sacramento, and 77 high in fresno. we'll zoom on into the bay area, bright sunshine start to finish, mild across the board for the 70s. 70 san francisco, up to 73 in oakland, 76 in san jose, inland, close to the 80-degree mark. 77 in santa rosa, very comfortable at 76, looking ahead to the rain chances dry through saturday. sunday late in the day there is a chance of showers and scattered to isolated showers greeting us monday into tuesday. unfortunately not a soaking we desperately need for march. accuweather seven-day forecast showing you warmth on the way for thursday, friday, spring officially arrives, light rain sunday into monday, slight chance tuesday and then wednesday we are dry and back into the 60s. >> all right, thank you so much. a florida woman fighting to keep her pet gator in her home. mary has had rambo since he was about 4 years old, she decided
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to take him home from a wild life facility but didn't know what to do with him. rambo is about 6 feet long, but in order to have an alligator the state requires you have two or more acres of land, rambo lives in thorn's home, the wildlife organization says there is a investigation continuing. all right, check this out. now, to the 8-year-old basketball star like a mini stephen curry making one half court buzzer after another. >> reporter: watch jeff jeffry, nothing but net, now 8 years old, look at this. and the championship game just
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this past week. he is now playing the blue devils, team down by three, only six seconds left. are you kidding me? jack in the half court buzzer beater, tying the game now in overtime. who gets the ball again? jack taking the shot from half court again. from the other angle, the team, the coaches are soon on the court. and tonight, jack is ready. >> hi, david, my name is jack jeffrey, i love basketball. >> reporter: we could tell, tonight he has one wish. >> when i'm older, i want to be in the nba. >> i think it's the parents taking that video so they stay on him as opposed to seeing -- go win! >> but he has steph-like range. >> his team is beating other teams like 30 points every
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night? >> that was a buzzer beater. a close game. i'm more intrigued by rambo the alligator, until things become very raw. another night, another one of those what moments? curry and company just torturing the knicks tonight. he looks like an
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coming up tonight, developing news, the bus bridge that has been running between two east bay bart stations will likely remain in place for the morning commute. a live report on the big delays passengers will likely face tomorrow. and the search for sierra lamar, the new effort to bring the teen home. join us on channel 7. this sports report is brought to you by your local toyota dealer. all right, larry with big things from the warriors.
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>> you would like to -- i have a prop coming up. very fragile, very fragile. >> like you. >> i have been called -- a fragile flower. anyway, the warriors wrapped up a six-game home stand tonight, we're inching closer to a serious count, the warriors had had 16 games left, needing to go 13. somebody spilled a drink on the floor. was that his beer? no, he is innocent. stephen curry loves playing the knicks, 21 in the first half for curry and company. up 16 at the break, klay thompson, quick release, no defense at all for the knicks, steph, logging to bogut, then -- where is the defense? where is anybody getting back? the knicks are not interested in the game. that is what happens when you're well below 500.
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wouldn't be a highlight without -- steph did what? banks it in to beat the clock, more routine, i'm falling out of bounds but can still drain a three from the corner. warriors roll 121-85. won 50 straight, they are 61 and 6. college hoops, ncaa first for tulsa and michigan, shaq harrison, 23 points, on the back board pass, two minutes left, wolverine up one, shot blocked, right to wagner, like the composer, michigan up three. michigan for john beeline, facing notre dame. robert champion, we are the champions tonight had a game-high 19 for holy cross with a record of 14 and 19 only in this because they won the patriot league tournament. jaguar down three, banks ties it
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at 52, champion answers with a three of his own, holy cross with the first ncaa win in 63 years, 59-55, facing the one-seed oregon next. raiders, good young quarterback in derek car, they spent this free agency ñrperiod, tonight, resigning donald pen, they signed him on the first day of free agency. it looked like the raiders would try to replace him. the head coach delrio, always wanted to be a raiders, he can sign the two-year deal worth $14 million. what is up with cap? colin kaepernick going to be examined to see if he can pass a physical, trying to come back from three surgical procedures. today, new niners head coach says if cap is indeed on the roster on april the 4th, he plans to coach the heck out of
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him. oh hang on one second, almost forget my toy. brent burns leads all the defensemen with 26 goals this season, now he gets this ama. he gets his own chia pet as you can see to be displayed right there. the sharks giving away this chi a pet, it almost looks like hunter pence of the giants, maybe they can take him as well, he is part of the ticket package for saturday. drew, stop playing. >> i want to take this home. >> eating up valuable time in the sports cast, but that is okay, do whatever you like, play with the little bobble head. the chia, whatever, anyway, about brent burns if i could resume sports casting. he is having a great season, and let's just have brent burns talk about it. >> it's a pretty cool honor. i just think it means playing
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with a lot of great players. you know, you're the recipient of a lot of great plays by guys. and the energy here, the atmosphere that we have at the rink with the coach, it's been awesome. you know, it's just been a fun group to come to the rink every day. >> burn's 26 goals, the most by a defenseman. right there, new centerfielder injuring his right shoulder trying to catch that off the bat of robinson cano, giants fall by a score of 9-6, abc 7 sports brought to you by toyota. >> all right, thank you, larry, thank you for joining us, i'm ama dietz, for larry, drew, dan, all of us here at abc 7 news at
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