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>> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this sunday, april 28th. aim carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. we have some le fog and clouds around the bay but it will burn off much quicker and less of an onshore push means warmer temperatures today. look for highs ranging from the mid-60s to the upper 70s. coastside we will see some lower 60s. and inland we are talking upper 60s to the mid-80s. so this just begins the warming trend. we will talk about more heat and more 90s as we get into much of next week. carolyn. sounds good, lisa.
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thank you. a spike in muggings in san francisco's cass vo district now has crime fighting activists hitting the streets, armed with information and distributing emergency whistles. abc7 news reporter sergio gets a lesson on how to use them. >> do you have a whistle on your keychain? >> no. >> we need a whistle! >> they are helping get the word out. >> i think people come here and think it's the gay mecca and there's a cloak about it but we leave in a bigzy. >> they have seen a special surge in muggings. especially those on smartphones and not paying attention to their surroundings. the castro hasn't been immune from those attacks. >> someone stole my phone and a second person came from behind me and burned me down to the ground. >> this is the picture of the cuts and bruises he suffered from that attack last month. he's helping pass out safety
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kits put out by the sisters. there's a safety whistle. something that had been used to ward off gay bashings in decades pass and now they have a new use. >> you should below over and over three times in a row. [whistle] and keep going until you have scared away the danger or someone comes to assist you. >> they reach out to encourage residents of the castro and visitors to get help if they are attacked in any information. coming forward and reporting is often a problem in this community. >> a lot of people in san francisco are from elsewhere. so they may have had a bad interaction with the police and so that miss trust might not be due to the sfpd but just of because where they are from. >> the community organizers are asking people not only to use the whistles if they are in distress but they are asking people to pay attention if they hear someone using a whistle. they are asking people to respond, be good witnesses and call 911. in the castro, abc7 news.
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new details of the search for a man who tried to kidnap a toddler in pittsburgh. police have released this sketch of a suspect who is accused of trying to grab a two-year-old right in front of her mother. abc7 news reporter lisa has more from pittsburgh. >> pittsburgh police are going four to door, asking for the public's help. >> this is a description of the suspect. if you see someone walking around the area, lease give us a call. >> they now have a sketch of someone accused trying to kidnap a two-year-old girl when she played in front of her house. man was walking along snowflake way when he saw the girl in the grab way. he grabbed her and took off running in? direction. little girl's mother screamed and he started chasing. that's when he dropped the suspect. he ran away but may have been driving a maroon or burgundy ford explorer or a similar size
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s.u.v.. >> it was scary to think it's that close and somebody would do something like that. >> police canvassed the area immediately after the attempted kidnapping. they also brought in specially-trained dogs that could pick up the suspect's accident. extra patrol through the neighborhood continues. >> it's tragic, it's terrible. we don't need that in our neighborhood. it's a shame. >> a little scary. we have a daughter that lives here, and it's a little frightening. >> police expanded their outreach effort, stretching it to businesses along willow pass road. this liquor storeowner took action immediately because for him what happened yesterday just can't happen again. >> i've got kids. i have grab him until the cops come. i have no problem with it. >> finding the suspect is a high priority for the police. they feel there's a good chance he will strike again. in pittsburgh, abc7 news.
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a manhunt continues in the sierra foothills east of stockton for a man who broke into a valley springs home. he assaulted a nine-year-old girl. she died of her injuries at a hospital. the girl was at home with her 12-year-old brother. police say the parents were nearby but the children were home alone. the boy saw a man in the house, called his parents. they called 911. but the intruder left before any adults could get there. the sheriff's office launched a massive search for the suspect. they have been talking all night long to witnesses. >> we've used k9s and airship and having people door to door on foot and we will continue to do that. >> state and federal police agencies have been called in to provide extra support in the ongoing hunt for the girl's killer. alameda county sheriff's deputy checking out a call in san lorenzo shot four pit bulls when
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they began attacking a sheriff's dog. it happened yesterday close to the hayward city line. two of those pit bulls died instantly and a third was shot in the paw and survived. the fourth dog was later put down by deputies at the request of the dog's owner a spokesman said they were looking for a drug and car theft suspect at the house when the pit bulls charged. a neighbor tells abc7 news deputies could have responded differently. >> sloppy. i just think it was sloppy and watching it it was sloppy. pow, pow, pow. the way they were shooting the dogs and watching them die there and the one suffer. that was the worst part. >> deputies say they had no choice but to shoot the pit bulls when they began attack their k-9. a violent dispute between neighbors in contra costa county ended last night with one man shot several times in the upper body. police were called 6:45 to the
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homes at the end of rond court in oakley. the man is expected to survive. jury selection is pected to begin in san rafael for the trial of an accused serial killer. the 79-year-old man is charged with killing four women during the 1990s. the murders took place between 1994 and '97. the bodies of all four women were found along rural roads. medical examiners have testified they likely died of strangulation. the ambulance arrested in reno where he worked as a self-employed modeling photographer. he's been representing himself leading up to this trial. he could face the death penalty if he is convicted. >> coast guard officials say an engine leak led to a boat fire in the san francisco bay that sent one man to the hospital. four men were on that boat when it caught fire yesterday morning off candlestick point. you can see three of them on the
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boat. one is in the water there. all four were safely rescued. officials say the engine was leaking gas when the oner tried to fire it up. >> the engine started up again. as soon as it started up i heard a zap and poof and the next thing i know, flames. the flames were too big for us to handle at that point. >> our news camera hitched a ride with sfpd to see the boat. it was later towed to shore. three men were treated by paramedics. a fourth was briefly hospitalized for smoke inhalation and released. now to the latest developments in the boston bombings investigation. abc news has obtained a government document suggesting for the first time that the two suspects may have had outside help. here's abc news reporter gio benchity the end zone with the details. >> investigators are increasingly suspicious that the tsarnaev brothers had to have had technical advice to build their bombs. a government document obtained
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by abc news said the alleged bombers likely new more about bomb making than that he could have learned from the al-qaeda magazine, "inspire." that raises the spectrum that the older brother might have been trained in more advance bomb making on a trip he made to russia. >> did he receive training, what type, what individuals did he deal with. >> the younger brother spent his day yesterday about 40 miles from boston, much to the relief from the hospital where he was until friday. >> i'm pretty happy that he's not here anymore. >> as boston slowly and painfully heels, boylston street where the becomes went off reopened for people and for business. >> we are looking to move forward and we are looking to get back to our normalcy and let that process start. >> the bombings youngest victim, 8-year-old martin richard, didn't live to play in his fourth little league game of the
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season. he was remembered with jerseys bearing his name and his teammates honored him on the field with a moment of silence and this memorial painted in center field. abc news, boston. this morning big sur will hold the first major california marathon since the becoming. 400 runners who participated in the boston marathon will join this race. they will wear blue jackets with the boston marathon logo. a total of 10,000 runners will take part. there will be extra security along the route. the race starts at 6:45 this morning. meteorologist lisa argen is here now talking about the weather. really delightful. >> yes. the onshore flow yesterday but today we will back off on that onshore push. that means a warmup. here's a look at emeryville. numbers in the 40s and 50s. kind of cool out there. we will talk about some pretty good heat headed our way for the week ahead. >> thank you, lisa.
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also ahead, hundreds hoping to become a part of history this summer. how they hope to join the america's cup. >> iok in the mirror or and i admit i'm not the strapping young -- i used to be. >> it's the president showing off his lighter side. a
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>> welcome back, everyone. it is 5:13 on this sunday morning, the last sunday ine nt ank you for waking and joining us. we are showing you a live look at the san mateo bridge. not much going on at this early hour. weather-wise, a warming trend on
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the way. lisa argen will be along shortly with the full accuweather forecast. today is the day some 400,000 unemployed california workers have been dreading. their unemployment gets cut we 18% starting today. it's due to the spending cuts that congress allowed to automatic kick in to reduce the deficit. state employment development department sent out notices earlier this month to people receiving unemployment checks, telling them the state will be getting $250 million less from the federal government. the average unemployed worker will now lose $52 per week in benefits. flight delays caused by the furlough of air-traffic controllers will come to an end. the faa says all control towers will be fully staffed by tonight this comes after congress and the president passed an emergency bill last week to stop the funding cuts
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>> it was quite the night last night in washington at the annual white house correspondence continue are he. that's where stars, journal effos d congressmen all come together c the prom for in other words. we have some of the highlights. >> it's unbelievable. i have 99 problems and now jay-z is one of them. >> he got to deliver jokes and jabs at some people who rubbed him the wrong way, including the comment about attorney general camilla harris. >> in modern california, a fun racer having a nice time and i happened to mention camilla harris is the best looking attorney general in the country. as you might imagine, i got in trouble g bk home. [laughter] who knew eric holder was so sensitive! >> i recognize this job can take a toll on you. i understand second term you need a burst of new emergency, try some new things, and then my team and i talk about it. we were willing to try anything
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so we borrowed one of michelle's tricks. [laughter] [applause] >> it wasn't just the capitol hill crowd who attended the annual affair. that's san francisco mayor ed lee right there. he's back east making good on a super bowl bet with baltimore, and it appears he decided to make a stop in dc to hear what this year's host, conan o'brien, had to say. >> it's amazing to think how much our country has changed yrs think about it. if in 1995 you told me wield have an african-american president with the middle name hussein who was just re-elect today a second term in a sluggish economy, i would have said, oh, he must have run against mitt romney. [laughter] >> he last hosted the dinner in 1995. abc7 news. the city of oakland is celebrating the celebration after national historic landmark. it's the paramount theater.
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last night the art deco preservation ball celebrated the 40th anniversary of the restoration of the theater. it's one of the finest art deco theaters remaining anywhere in the world. in 1973 the build wags painstakingly restored after years of disrepair. the glittering murals, paintings and rugs look as good today as they did way back then. our weather is look pretty good today too. our meteorologist lisa argen now to tell us more about it. >> yeah, it was pretty typical yesterday. kind of a summertime pattern. now we are going to get into some heat. >> okay. >> hopefully you like that kind of thing. we will be outside in a moment. you notice very little to speak of. we have low clouds and fog all around the bay except for concord and livermore this morning where you are clear. some of that fog is quite dense along the central coast, around watsonville and salinas. here's a look from the reach
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camera. you notice it looks pretty good out there. in the north bay we're cooler. 54 mountain view, 53 oakland. taking a look at the bay bridge this morning where we have low clouds and fog. cooler numbers from santa rosa, 44. fairfield, good morning. 51. you are you were in the 80s yet. we've had just a couple 80s around the bay, around our east bay valleys. today more 10s as that onshore flow backs off just a little bit and we are getting more of a northerly gradient. that will allow temperatures to warm up quicker today. low fog and clouds this morning and sunny and warmer conditions. looking for 90-degree heat yet for the upcoming work week. a little bit cooler here from novato to santa rosa. and a couple degrees warmer hayward and san jose by about two degrees or so. here's a look at the week ahead. in livermore where expected highs tomorrow in the mid-80s with 90s coming through. in fact more heat as we get toward thursday and friday.
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so there will be a couple weak weather systems that will bump our temperatures up today and keep us the same tomorrow. then we are going to go down a little bit. then we are go go back u so as high pressure gets a little bit closer to the coast, that will allow for the northerly surface pressure gradient to take over today. then there's a weak trough that comes down tomorrow. that will allow for some cooling. all this all we aren't going to shut off the sea breeze so that will allow for a little bit of fog along the san mateo coast. but we still will warm up. beaches of the north bay will be well into the 60s today. we are talking upper 60s for around stinson this afternoon. 60s monterey. mid-80s for yosemite. they set a record not the northern and southern sierra yesterday with 74 degrees at lake tahoe. so it's been pretty mild and that will continue. high temperatures in the south bay look for highs ranging from the low to mid-80ss, even upper 80s down around gilroy and morgan hill. santa cruz around 80 today. 60s pacifica, half moon bay. you will see some sun.
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80 redwood city. a warmup for you. and san francio in the low 70s with mid-60s for the sunset district in the north bay. look for highs ranging from about mid-70s to the mid-and upper 80s up here. 7 a oakland. look for lower 80s toward san leandro. head inland, plenty of 80s out toward pittsburgh and antioch today. getting toasty there. here's a look ahead. you notice the temperatures, as we come up today, it should be pretty nice. take a look at the 80s and 90s around the bay. tal bring on the heat all week long. by the end of next weekend we are anticipating some cooling. but doesn't look too significant at this point. abc7 news has another great weather resource for you. that's following us on twitter. get video it was, spare the air alerts, power outage information
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and weather tweets from their favorite weather team. we are jumping into summer here. >> are you saying some records might be broken? >> not at this point but certainly at least ten degrees above average. >> thank you, lisa. we all know that rock bands have managers, movie stars have agents, but what about computer programmers? the competition is so fierce now, there is a talent agency for the superstars of the tech world. awc7 news jonathan bloom explains. >> he's a musician who also happens to be a proammed that's how he came one a crazy idea. >> i met these music managers in new york that used to represent john mayor, they have been in the business about 20 years. we hit it off and realized what they do for their musician clients that would be useful for me as a freelance programmer. >> he's a cofounder of ten-x management, a talent agency that literally means awesome. >> he was sometimes that was ten times more productive than other programmers and they exist.
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it an proven by the academic studies. >> they are the best of the best and that's the only kind of programmer he represents. like chris vincent who has been writes code professionally since he was 16. >> it's hard to go to the bar and tell somebody i'm an soreftwa engineer abo telling me about their great idea they have for an app. >> he has more offers than he handles. what he wants are the right offers, freelance work he can do on his side while he works on his start-up. >> so now somebody comes up and you say talk to my agent? >> yeah -- no. it's great. >> for a growing company the need to get talent in the door quickly means the agency model can work. >> sometimes it takes many months to find really good engineers, to find them and bring them on board. >> they started hiring freelancers through 10-x. it's a bit of an adjustment. >> what is it like negotiating with an agent instead of the actual employee. >> it's strange but you get used to it quickly. >> but he said it speeds up
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hiring. he knows's getting someone good. he doesn't charge employers but the programmers pay 15% of their wages for the privilege of having someone else doing the negotiating. >> do you miss the 15%? >> no. not at all. >> in san francisco, abc7 news. straight ahead, app dangers. how a simple game could end up
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>> welcome back. time right now 5:26. this is a live look at the golden gate bridge. you can see traffic is very light there. you know, often you find tourists shivering in the cold, it's windy as they try to cross that span. this week, though, temperatures should be heating up. in some places ten degrees above normal. lisa argen will be along with a full accuweather forecast in just a bit. >> a new warning for smartphone users. your phone may be able to read your credit cards. technology that lets you use your cards instead of cash at the register is also on your smartphone. that means your phone can swipe credit information just by touching your wallet.
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apps that even been created that once uploaded automatically, start scanning for credit cards. eats hard to believe that e tunes has been around for ten ev lawn wered the online music store for ipod and mack computers a decade ago today. jobs put the price at 99 cents a song, and he struck quite a nerve with the public. more than a million songs sold during the first week of business. coming up next, new details about the plane part found in an alley in new york city. what we've learned about where it came from. >> plus, a special fundraiser today for the young bay area boy injured in the boston marathon bombings. i'm kira klapper. i'll tell you where it is, when it is, and have an update on his
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>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at our weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. good morning to you. we are waking up with some fog around the bay. although temperatures are a little cooler this morning. here's a look at what you can expect throughout the rest of the day. numbers will climb through the 60s today around the bay. through the upper 60s. so it should be very pleasant and then to the upper 70s to oakland and berkeley. around the coast we will get into some sunshine throughout the afternoon. mid-60s. and inland we are talking warm we're highs climbing through the mid-and upper 80s further up toward the delta. we will talk about how warm we are going to get. we are talking temperatures well above normal and it's going to last for several days. minor fluctuations here and there throughout the week ahead. we will have that for you with the seven-day outlook coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. the bay area victim of the boston marathon bombings is on the road to recovery. 11-year-old aaron hern's family
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is receiving a lot of support from the martinez community. abc7 news reporter kira klapper joins us live from martinez with details on our special fund-raiser this morning. >> hi, carolyn. good morning to you. there will be a fun run, a fundraiser here at th alhambra high school in martinez. businesses, restaurants, shops have already don't natured a percentage of their sales to help the hern family with their medical costs and travel expenses. this is justify the same. as you may know by now the 11-year-old aaron hern was waiting for his mom near the boston marathon finish line when the second blast hit sending shrapnel into his legs. he has since been released from the hospital. he's still undergoing treatment for the wounds he suffered. on thursday he was able to lift himself out of the wheelchair and take a few steps with the help of his parents. today people or teens can run or walk. it's ten dollars per person,
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five dollars for teens. the fund raiseler also have family events, venders, a ralph and dj. registration starts at 9:30 this morning. it's at the upper track at the high school. official fun run starts at 10:30 this morning. that's significant. the family said that's the time the boston marathon started. if you can't make it, if you would like more information, go to our website and click on "see it on tv." reporting live in martinez, kira klapper, abc7 news. nice outpouring of support. thank you, kira. this wil be a fun run later this morning, as she said, at alhambra high school and the money goes to a fund for aaron. coming up, abc "this week" features top members of the house intelligence committee talking about the boston bombing investigations. were warning signs missed about the two brothers accused of the attack? authorities cutoff the surviving suspects interrogation too soon? congress members ever talking
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exclusively to abc's "this week" with george stephanopoulos coming up at 8:00 right here on abc7. boeing has confirmed a piece of landing gear discovered in an alley in new york city is from a 767, the same type of plane that crashed into the world trade center back on september 11, 2001. abc news reporter john sheffron has the latest. >> a few blocks from ground zero, it's believed what is to be landing gear from one of the jets that crashed into the world trade towers. >> such a long period of time. i'm amazed what has been discovered right now. >> it's wedged between two building in a narrow alley that hasn't been touched in more than a decade. >> the space between the two buildings is only 18 inches. now the part has been measured to be 5 feet by 4 feet by 17 inches. >> shorts say it was found wednesday morning by workers doing construction on a controversial islamic cultural
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center. >> you see how confined this space is and realize the chaos thatxisted down here on this street, i think its unfactable. >> authorities don't know how it got there. if you look closely, you can see there's a rope attached to it. >> could it have been lowered at some time? it's possible. you look to see if there are marks on the wall and there doesn't appear to be marks on the wall. >> authorities will now take their time combing through the rest of the area for other debris or even human remains. >> could there be remains of people? >> the medical examiner will do an in-depth examination of the site and see if in fact there are human remains there. >> and the alley where the piece of plane sits is now considered a crime scene. authorities will wait until tomorrow to determine how they are going to remove that plane part. hundreds who lined up alongside san francisco's waterfront this weekend will
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find out in just a few days if they have landed a summer gig at the america's cup concert pavilion. the vender's operator, live nation, is hiring around 100 seasonal workers. positions pay minimum wage, that is $10.55 an hour in san francisco. yesterday's job fair attracted a good number of people who similarly want to be a part of the america's cup action. >> it's not that good for about san francisco's residents because of the economy and what you can get if you have experience and especially if it's in your city. >> people who applied will find out if they have been hired by the middle of the week. if you couldn't come to yesterday's event you can still apply online. go to and click on "see it on tv." big crowds are expected to come to san francisco when the 33rd america's cup sets sale september 7th. the event is expected to pump $300 million in the local economy. it will cost the city a pretty
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penny, too, around $34 million in police, cleanup and transportation costs. this regatta will be a smaller event. it's been down sized from 12 international teams to 3. this is now a 97 year tradition. this is opening day on the bay. that's a celebration marking the start of boating season. more than 100 northern california yacht clubs get together every year to celebrate boating season. there will be a boat parade on the bay from noon to three with over120 historic vessels, classic and contemporary boats. there should be some great picture taking opportunities, as just about anything that floats is likely to be out on the bay today. and san francisco, it's a 150-year tradition celebrating the port of san francisco's contribution to the city's past, present and future. there is a big 150th birthday celebration at pier39 starting
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11:00 this morning. starting at six there is a gala reception at the historic ferry building. this week the city of oakland will start to tackle one of the biggest complaints from residents, potholes. public works crews will fix more than 3,000 potholes. the busiest streets near schools and hospitals will get priority. the pothole blitz will last until late june. coming up next, bay area business owners rekindl a long, similarrering battle with yelp. why have their negative reviews suddenly risen to the top? and here is a live look from our emeryville camera. lisa argen is going to come along with a full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes. a warming trend
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>> welcome back, everyone, on this sunday morning. it is 5:40. thanks for waking up and joining us. we have a live look from our exploritorium cam showing you part of downtown san francisco. you know, the exploritorium moved from the palace of fine arts to the embarcadero, opening on april 17th. if you are coming into the city today to visit there or anywhere, temperature about 70 degrees. lisa argen will be along a bit later to talk to you about the weather in your neighborhood. yelp is one of the first websites many people search for information about restaurants and other businesses. but since the service first began, some owners have accused yelp of rigging the ratings to favor companies that advertise with them. one san francisco restaurant owner is making a highly visible complaint. >> you do a good job.
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>> she says friends and customers are supporting her after she took the unusual step of posting this sign in the window of her restaurant. stop the bully. boycott yelp. the owner claims good reviews were buried by bad once after she declined to buy ads on yelp. >> they are tied to adonals that you pay money a month. >> yelp strongly denies that saying ratings and advertising are completely separate. >> you can go on yelp and look at an -- advertiser's review and so they have negative reviews because it's impossible to please everybody all the time. and others may have five star ratings because there aren't many reviews. >> this one, happy clients who wrote nice reviews that disappeared right after a salesperson from yelp tried to sell me advertisement. and storeowner joanie burton told us this happened three
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years ago when she refused to buy ads. >> then all of a sudden some strange reviews came up, negative reviews. >> she said even today she's still doing battle with yelp and can relate. u.c. berkeley professor michael anderson researched the impact of yelp on restaurant demand during peak hours. his study found it does make a difference. >> we went from, say, 3.5 stars to 4 stars on yelp. you you might go from selling out maybe 40% of the time to selling out 60% of the time. >> according to yelp, 100 million people used the website last month alone and lawsuits accusing the san francisco-based company of extortion have all been dismissed. >> people trust the content. we would never do anything to jeopardize that trust. >> and he says that reviews show some people liked that restaurant and other people don't. he thinks yelp is actually helping the owner's business.
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she disagrees, but the dispute with yelp is certainly raising her profile. she's getting supportive e-mails from all over the country. this is a big treat for stargazers. you can see the planet saturn there in the center of your screen. today they have reached something called opposition to the sun and it's visible to the naked eye. it's also at its closest point in earth in years so it will appear bigger and brighter than usual. will we be able to see it, lisa? i guess you have to get away from the city lights. >> exactly. san francisco, and we will still have the patchy fog, and we have that around the bay right now. concord and livermore, you are clear. some dense fog along monterey coast but warmer temperatures today. i'll tell what you to expect when we return. >> the sharks final game of the regular season determines where they are headed for the playoffs. mike shumann has the highlights of last night's kings and sharks match-up coming up in sports
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>> welcome back, everyone. this is a beautiful live shot from our tam cam. it will be a nice day. fog in santa rosa but the heat is on. lisa argen will be along shortly with an accuweather forecast. let's check out sports. tonight the warriors will try to take a commanding three games to one series lead over the nuggets at oracle arena. tipoff is 6:30. last night the giants tried to stop a three-game losing streak against the padres. here's mike shumann with the highlights. >> good morning. the giants struggling. they have lost four straight games. last night's extra-inning affair in san diego. they will try to right the ship today and prevent a sweep. i see the future.
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brandon crawford short end his swing in the off-season and it's working. two men on, three run shot off erik total. his fifth of the year. 3-0, g-men. now 35-0 giants until they tagged two in the fourth. lasted 3 2/3 innings. 6 runs on 6 hits. hundreder pence retakes the lead in the fifth. buster posey scoring from first. 7-6, giants. padres tie it in the sevenning. seventh inning and win then we go to extra. nick huntley, a rocket to second. execute row boots it. don't see that often. giants fourth straight loss. 8-7, your final. oakland honoring their 1997 world championship team with reggie jackson throwing out the first pitch. the two-run bomb off aj griffin. ties the game with one swing of the bat. next batter.
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with former a's looking on. see ya. seven strike outs in 7 innings. a's got no offensive help. bases loaded for jed lowry, a game-ending double play. a's four straight losses. cespedes returns today from the dl. sharks with their final regular season game in l.a. a win over the kings and they start the postseason in st. louis. a loss they begin the playoffs in vancouver. and ditto for the kings. the two rivals do not like each other. second period, clifford gets the kings on the in. shot in the air and knocks in his on rebound. 1-0, l.a. sharks answer 49 seconds later. logan couture. his team-leading 21st goal of the year ties it at one. and slava voynov, shot deflects off sharks james sheppard. 2-1, l.a. watch the passing for the kings. dustin penner to brad richardson behind the net. sees justin williams. counts it. 3-2, your final.
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sharks start the playoffs in vancouver. the kings in st. louis. sabercats in new orleans facing the voodoo, quarterback russ nick makes his quarterback debut. the nine yard dart. gets thrown into the ball. 18-4, voodoo. but he was solid. 312 yards, 6tds. three to this guy, huey whitaker. sabercats went 57-48, the final. that's the way the ball bounces. have a great day. >> and you can show your warriors pride by posting this go warriors badge to your facebook page. can you get the badge at i don't have to tell you, lisa, how i feel about those warriors. >> i know. yeah, well, go warriors! >> yeah. >> and we've got another afternoon game. should be a warmer day today with numbers in the 70s over in oakland. you see the fog behind me? yeah, there is plenty of low clouds and fog from east bay.
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san francisco down the peninsula. and in the north bay visibility has been reduced to about half a mile in santa rosa. along the monterey coast we have visibility anywhere from a quarter mile to a half-mile. it's with us, dense in spots. here's a live look from the embarcadero where temperatures are fairly similar. cooler in the north bay by as much as six degrees with the fog. san francisco right at 50 right now. 53 oakland, as well as san jose, half moon bay. 54. kind of mild on the coast. this vantage point, the bay bridge looking at gray skies. mid-40s in santa rosa with 50 in fap paw. low 50s livermore, union city and 51 los gatos. we are talking about the marine layer being further pulled back. we aren't going to see that onshore flow as strong. the burn off quicker odd. the low fog to start this morning and sunny this afternoon. we managed a few 80s in the east bay valleys yesterday. still 60s at the coast but the
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90-degree heat is on the way. we got close to that yesterday along the delta. look at the cooling trend this morning but elsewhere a couple degrees warmer. really what's going to offset the cooling and the sea breeze is a stronger northerly gradient as our high pressure ridge begins to build into the coast. as that does and it strengthens throughout the week, notice in oakland upper 70s tomorrow and the trend is to go up right through thursday into the mid-80s. then we will drop off a little bit. i'm not sure if that's going to verify. think we will stay fairly warm with temperatures above normal through most of the upcome work week. here's the setup with high pressure allowing still for a little bit of a sea breeze. we look for the coastal fog along the san mateo coast. half moon bay, perhaps. but other than that we will get a good deal of sunshine. the temperatures will be mild with some low 60s returning to monterey. we will be up near 80 around santa cruz. mid-80s for yosemite and still really warm for the foothills.
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lower 90s for chico in sacramento this afternoon. feels like summer. we are barely into may. when may begins in the middle of next week, it's going to be pretty hot feeling summer like. 82 san jose, 80 milpitas. peninsula numbers ranking from the upper 70s menlo park. 80 redwood city. san francisco low 60s. south city about the same mid-60s from daily 60s. 85 santa rosa. 88 toward ukiah. near east bay nice, closer to the water and berkeley low to mid-70s. getting warm throughout san leandro and castro valley with lower 60s. as you head inland, here's where we had the heat yesterday and warmer today. 9 livermore. 85 for our friends in walnut creek. if you are headed to the oakland area this afternoon, look for plenty of 60s for our game this afternoon. we are looking at a good deal of sunshine and a light breeze. look ahead. looking at temperatures coming up, another five degrees tomorrow and we will look for
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steady temperatures tuesday and wednesday and the warmest day of the week should be wednesday or thursday. coastal communities will keep the sea breeze. carolyn, it doesn't look like you will be sweating it out. >> because you know i don't like that at all. i'm heading to the warriors game. we want to let people know that the a's game is going to be letting out. all those people will be leaving just as the warriors fans arrive so keep that in mind traffic-wise. come up next, this is a perfect day for a bike ride. why hundreds of people will be riding their bikes all around san francisco today. it's all for
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the auditorium in san francisco has been named the second best big room venue in the nation by rolling stone magazine. a special panel made up of musicians, managers and promoters voted for their favorite places to see a concert in america. the fillmore opened back in 1965 and it has hosted hundreds of hall of famers, including the who, jimi hendrix, the grateful dead and otis redding. panelists have one word to describe the venue, he said legend. another san francisco venue, the great american music hall, was named the sixth best rock club in the country. want to know the number one spot? it's the 930 club in washington, d.c.. if you are not out in san francisco bay in a boat today for the opening of the boating season, you might be riding a bicycle in the inaugural city fun ride today. bicycle efforts will be pedaling to benefit the san francisco rec
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and parks department. their goal it to put new bike racks in city park. and a scholarship fun that supports programs for low income families. it starts at 7:00 this morning in the mission bay district. coming up next at six, developing news. a manhunt underway after a nine-year-old girl was stabbed to death. we will tell what you happened. and police go door to door to track down the man who tried to kidnap a two-year-old right in front of her mother. the new details on the suspect.
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>> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this sunday, april 28th. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. dense fog for our friends in the north bay. and the central coast monterey. quarter to half-mile visibility. otherwise you are waking up to lower 40s had the north bay. 50s around san francisco, oakland and san jose. this afternoon plenty of sunshine at the cost. you will have mostly sunny conditions with low to mid-60s to the mid-and maybe a few upper 80s out toward our delta area. we are getting close t


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