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live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> we're working on it, and we want to have a good -- we don't want to disrupt your service. >> tonight there are new signs of hope with barely a day to go before a walkout. good evening. we have team coverage tonight. just 25 hours before b.a.r.t. crews could walk off the job. we have a report from oakland with a look at how negotiations are going. >> reporter: for the last two nights, everyone involved in the negotiations have gone home before 8 p.m. today they have been inside the building more than 12 hours, and at this late hour those
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negotiations are continuing. dinner time prompted the most activity. plenty of food was delivered for what union negotiators called a working meal break because they said information is now being exchanged. >> the problem is things have not been coming across that we need. we are getting some information that we need. we are looking and exchanging proposals. >> reporter: she wouldn't comment on the progress but the mood was lighter than on friday. b.a.r.t. lead negotiator thomas hawk, who is described as a stone cold operator by the unions said all sides are working to avoid a strike. >> i hope we are not wasting our time. that's our intent to get it done. no one wants a strike. >> reporter: commuters around the bay are bracing for the possibility of b.a.r.t. trains grinding to a halt and the inconvenience it would bring. rochelle franklin commutes from san francisco to oakland on b.a.r.t. >> b.a.r.t. for me is 20, 30
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minutes. and a bus ride, that's like an hour and a half, almost two hours. so i have to leave my home a whole two hours early. >> reporter: she said she used some b.a.r.t. alternatives during the last strike. >> i have tried the bus. i have done the muni and the ferry. >> reporter: this evening, we had hoped for an update from some of the unions before 11:00. i have been exchanging messages with one of the spokesperson s from that union. she tells me she is not sure when she will give us further information because everyone is still at the negotiating table. of course we will monitor this throughout this newscast and we should have an update if anything changes. live in oakland, abc 7 news. san francisco mayor ed lee sides in the b.a.r.t. negotiations, work out a deal or else. >> if they can't get it together on i think a privilege to negotiation agreements between
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the two, then i think that privilege might have to be it i. if it is, it's a sorry state. it's a failure. >> reporter: lee says if b.a.r.t. workers resume their strike, he will consider asking the governor to step in. he called the last b.a.r.t. strike a hardship on commuters. the vast majority of people are cringing at the thought of a strike. one industry expects a financial boost. we are joined live from san francisco to explain. lisa? >> reporter: if workers strike, the trains will stop on monday, but those who have to come in to the city say they will to want stay off the train tracks and off of the late afternoon traffic and head to area b.a.r.t. to kill some time. at otis lounge on maiden lane, the looming b.a.r.t. strike could mean big business here during july's four-day b.a.r.t. strike, happy hour was twice as busy. >> people just decided i will stick it out at the watering
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hole instead of trying to wait to get to the east bay or wherever they are going. >> reporter: the average commuter stayed two hours longer than usual. this bartender is looking forward to working on monday. >> it was good for us service industry workers. >> reporter: the b.a.r.t. strike could mean the for others. >> i'm dreading it personally. >> reporter: this bar relies on the financial district crowd for the bulk of their sales. >> if people aren't going to come to work we will miss out on the lunch and retail sales. >> reporter: dozens of independently owned downtown businesses depend on the people that use the montgomery street b.a.r.t. station. 70% of the staff at this salon lives outside of san francisco and the majority uses b.a.r.t. to get to work. >> who's going to open? are you going to open then. >> no, kelly will be here. >> kelly will do monday. >> yeah. >> they are working on backup staffing schedules for next week and customers that usually come in for a hair cut after work are
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cans sgllg if they need to get home or to a car pool situation they will not have that availability after work. >> reporter: many business owners admit they don't need to wait until the trains stop running to know. just declaring a strike has already affected their business. abc 7 news. sf bay ferry will run extra ferries. there will be 13 vessels instead of eight. golden gate transit will have no additional service but two of their boats will be used by bay ferr b.a.r.t. b.a.r.t. will offer free charter bus service and commuters can park in any lot with no fee if this is a strike. ac transit will run more buses. there will be a shuttle service from the daly city to san francisco. call trains said it may add additional service as crew and availability permits. and for people driving the chp will keep car pool lanes open
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5:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. rather than closing them during the day. we have a range of resources at abc 7 including updates on how they are accommodating extra passengers. a list of park and ride lots and maps. you can follow up on twitter for break news updates. stay with abc 7 news for the latest developments on the b.a.r.t. strike. we will keep you updated throughout the hour and bring you live coverage as soon as we know if workers are striking or if the strike has been averted. join us monday morning at 4:00 with eric thomas and kristin. breaking news from southern california. one person is dead and 11 others hurt after a driver hit a crowd of people at the venice beach boardwalk in los angeles this evening. a dark-colored sedan drove on to the the boardwalk in to a crowd of people just after 6:00. the driver seemed to be
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purposely aiming for them. the suspect may have turned himself in. >> all i can tell you is he is with our investigators at this time in the city of santa monica. whether this is the same individual that allegedly walked in or turned himself in to the santa monica police department i don't know that for certain but it is possible it is one and the same. >> the suspect's car was recovered in santa monica. new details. police say a 19-year-old student was shot to death by a bullet meant for someone else. the passenger woman was a passenger in a car. someone outside of the car opened fire. the student died an hour later becoming the city's 30th homicide victim this year. the driver of the car is not considered a suspect. three gunshot victims managed to drive themselves to the hospital after being shot. it happened 3:30 this afternoon. the victims were a man and two women. a male suspect was seen leaving the scene in a white car. a gun buy back program in
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contra kos sta county exchanged gift cards for weapons. the program was held in concord, antioch and richmond where 106 guns were turned in. people had the opportunity to bring in rifles, assault guns and handguns in exchange for a gift card. no questions asked. let's turn to abc 7 news with a check on the doppler. >> it is picking up low cloudiness and fog. reduced visibility as we take you closer. on the span of the golden gate bridge, visibility is down to about a quarter of a mile. mist and drizzle. definitely need the wipers there tonight and early tomorrow morning. wasn't a bad day. mild to warm temperatures and 87 degrees. half moon bay managed 64. we will see more cooling as we head in to next week.
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we will look at the seven-day forecast coming up. more than 200 protesters were arrested by police during a loud protest at chevron's richmond refinery today. the protesters were cited and released for trespassing at the facility. it began by 2500 activists and richmond residents. they say kuz the company of hastening global climate change. >> this is a very good day to talk about chevron's local and global disregard for people. clearly, locally they could care lesds about their neighbors. they sent 15,000 of them to the hospital last year. >> reporter: today's protests are three days before the anniversary of the explosion and fire at the richmond refinery. chevron said when it comes to air quality, assertions that refinery emissions are cause of health conditions are not supported by data. a building demolition ended
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in bakersfield today. piece of shrapnel from the deserted pg&e plant tore through a chain-link fence and rap ripped the man's leg off. four others suffered minor injuries. still to come on abc 7 news at 11:00, more than 22 u.s. embassies closed an now a travel warning. what you need to know if you are going overseas this month. how hackers are targeting you and how it could change the way you watch tv.
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you know, from a young age. i definitely want to major in political science. become the mayor or something. make the situation better for other people. my name is justin, and i am your dividend. almost two dozen u.s. embassies and consulates will be closed following threat threats intercepted from al qaeda but it's not the only warning issued this week. wendy gillette has the story.
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>> reporter: security is tight at airport and train stations across the u.s. the department of homeland security says it is taking prec precautions following threats from overseas. >> it is an al qaeda affiliated threat. it is of the al qaeda branch. >> reporter: officials call the threat serious and credible. they intercepted electronic communications, messages exchanged between senior al qaeda leaders, in which they discussed attacks against u.s. embassies and consulates in the middle east and northern africa it. >> is more specific and we are taking it seriously, which i think you would expect us to do. yeah, there's a significant threat stream and we are reacting to it. >> reporter: that includes closing 22 embassies and consulates in the muslim world this weekend. an area that covers 7,000 miles and a global travel warning issued to americans. the first time that has happened since before the tenth anniversary of the september 11th attacks.
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>> right now is not the best time to travel there because the chance they will target major tourists sites. >> reporter: the alert extends think month of august. >> abc news learned the department of homeland security increased scrutiny of visitors from overseas. abc news, new york. the state department is advising travelers to sign up for alerts and register for u.s. consulates if they are going overseas. the russian consulate in san francisco was the site of a rally protesting the new anti-gay law. it bans showing gay pride flags and slaps big fines on them. many demonstrators called for a boycott of the winter olympics. russia assured the international olympics committee the law will not be enforced against olympic athletes. new at 11:00, the obama administration handed couper teen na know-based apple a victory by overturning a ban on the import and sale of older
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devices. it have made selling older ipads and 3g ss illegal. twitter is taking action to curb abusive language on the popular microblogging service. it is introducing a one-click abuse button that flags nasty, threatening or harassing messages. the move is after several british women reported receiving a flood of rape threats. a company representative says he is sorry for the abuse they have gone through on twitter. alarming work pulled off by hackers can turn the table on your tv watching habits. they have figured out a way to turn on cameras on smart tvs and watch you watching tv. security experts say the real danger is when people use smart tvs to bank on-line or access personal financial information.
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despite a huge surge of buying at the last minute, there was no power ball jackpot winner tonight. there was a buying frenzy but since there was no winner the next jackpot will be an estimated $400 million. tonight's winning numbers, 21, 24, 36, 42 and 45. the power ball number is 15. all right. for a look at how the rest of the weekend is shaping up weather wise, let's get to >> folks near the bay as well as the coast are already seeing the influx of the low clouds and fog, mist and drizzle. all of this has moved in. here's the golden gate bridge. they are reporting reduced visibility and mist and drizzle. it extends to berkeley, oakland, and down to as far south as the fremont area on the east
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shoreline. definitely all of this low, dense ceiling will encounter the entire bay area by tomorrow morning. rooftop cam showing you the low clouds that started to move in. you can barely see the top tower of the bay bridge right there. 60 mountain view. san jose 60 degrees. this is what i'm talking about. the golden gate bridge, mist and drizzle. those folks in their cars right now using the windshield wipers. 59 fairfield and livermore holding in the low 60s. here's a look at the forecast highlights. low clouds, fog, mist and drizzle will spread inland overnight tonight. you know the story, it's almost like our june gloom scenario, but in the first of august. slightly cooler for sunday and a cooling trend will start to take place in to tuesday, wednesday, possibly lingering in to thursday. here's a look at the lows tonight with the dense overcast. 50s, low 50s near the water's edge, mid to upper 50s to the
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far east bayocations and locati cool pocket of area, area of low pressure centered to the north of us that continues to bring in a steady on shore wind component. that is keeping us cool and keeping the low clouds and fog moving inland. this is monday. it is to the north of us by tuesday. still there and by tuesday night and wednesday this pocket of cooler air starts toto the bay to the bay area. that's when we will l for the coolest days, tuesday, wednesday and in through thursday. then after that, high pressure will build in and it will start to warm us up. here's the trend for livermore. tomorrow sunday 84 degrees. check out tuesday and wednesday. by wednesday in the mid to upper 70s. same will hold true for san jose. tomorrow you will be in the mid-70s at 76. check out wednesday and thursday. barely even in the 70s. so, look for cooler days ahead next week. tomorrow, not too bad. 80 degrees.
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75% at claire rachlt the peninsula will be overcast to start and then afternoon sunshine. redwood city 75, foggy, overcast for daly city. san francisco 62 in the north bay. some 70s for you. oakland 69. the further east you go the warmer you will get with 82 for pittsburgh and concord accu-weather seven-day forecast enjoy tomorrow because the cooldown will hit you on tuesday and wednesday. temperatures near 80 inland. mid-50s at the coast. we will warm things up by next weekend. >> all right. sounds good. thank you so much. sports and talking about how the giants did in florida. >> not too well. makin making mistakes that cost them games. the a's throwing their weight around. taking down the
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. this abc 7 news sports report brought to you by river rock casino. >> in the three game slide today against the rangers. kick off a little yo power. he delivered in the first. matt garza tried to sneak it sn past him. ain't going to happen. 3-0 a's. moves to the fifth. parker cruising. kensleers down the left field line. turns out to be fair. solo shot. rangers within a run 3-2. day games in oakland. martin loses it and ground ruled double. eric bunting in the seventh. in comes alberto. 4-2as. time to rage. he swings as he tries to get out of the way.
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a's win. division lead three and a half fwams over texas. >> you want to get off to a good start. as i said earlier, too. there are some times that the before a good starting pitcher gets comfortable and doing his thing you have a chance to score some runs off of him. we played small ball early and the hit was huge for us. >>ng, second inning, escobar off linthicum. looks like it is out of here. he gets it. look at tim's reaction. >> i thought it was gone. top three brandon crawford, scoring jeff. giants take the lead. bottom half of the inning, linthicum covering and they collide. that would be an important play. two batters later, a chopper to second. can't turn the double play. jose scores making it 1-1. stayed that way until the tenth.
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gene on the hill. he walked the bases loaded. and fast ball and jennings scor. braves win it. they fall 11 back of the dodgers. last week it was a report of lifetime ban for alex rodry gechlz espn is reporting a suspension through the 2014 is season is imminent for a-rod. it could happen with as many as 12 players receiving suspensions for their role in the scandal. still to come, tiger
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you're in a group most likely to develop skin cancer, including melanoma. that's why your best shot is to check for a spot. follow through and check your skin. go to to find out how. tiger woods making a statement at the bridgestone invitational. tiger entering the third round with a seven-shot lead. best front runner in pga history. center of the cup goes to 14
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under. second hole another birdie. par five. back to back starts the round. roy mcilroy chips in for birdie on the. three under 67 today. getting close to tiger. minus 8. he will begin from our final round at second place, seven back of tiger who had five birdie answer three bogeys. woods in control at 15 under par. it will be a marathon finish sunday at the women's british open. a fourth hole today. there's the ball. saint andrews the victim of 40 mile an hour winds that forced suspension of play early in the third round. after missing the last month playing with the u.s. national team, chris is back with the earthquakes. 25th minute massive collision in front of goal. kennedy and him are okay. the 45th minute victor the
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header. and he heads it in. we will call ate doubleheader . the quakes win it 2-nil. this abc 7 sports brought brought to you by river rock casino. coming up the football mall of fame has seven new members. still to come a little more than 24 hours to go. the latest on the b.a.r.t. worker negotiations and when you will know if workers are walking off the job. prince william takes a break from playing dad today for some royal duty. what he said today about the newest prince. plus a little boy gives back. why he pulled everything out of his piggy bank to help man's
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now back to our top story tonight. the b.a.r.t. strike threats. we should know in a little more than 24 hours if b.a.r.t. workers will resume their strike. we have a look at how the negotiations are going tonight. >> reporter: well, right now, at this second actually, they just wrapped up. a few seconds ago, we just talked with thomas hawk. you can see him walking around the corner there. he's the lead negotiator for the b.a.r.t. management. he basically said they decided to take a break this evening because they have a bunch of things that they are working on. they have been exchanging a lot of information. they are hoping to return to the negotiating table with the unions tomorrow morning probably around 10:00 or 11:00 or so. let's go ahead to the video we had prepared earlier. about 11:00 p.m. this evening, we also did see the lead
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negotiator for the unions antoinette bryant. she was walking back and forth. i had been exchanging information with her. asking if there was information she could pass along. at that time, she said they were still at the table exchanging information. earlier tonight, she said all sides have been exchanging information. >> the unions understand the gravity of the situation and we know it is august 3rd. that's a breakthrough to the district. they recognize today is august 3rd. we don't have a lot of time and we are trying to push them. >> reporter: negotiations started at 10:00 a.m. this morning. so today as been a marathon day at the table, going on more than 13 hours. that is much different than the last couple of days where everyone left before 8 p.m. and right now we are waiting for members of the negotiating team for the unions to come down probably to give us some updated
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information, as well, as to when they plan to return tomorrow and how they hope to work tomorrow -- how far they are hoping to stay tomorrow if there is any information exchanged. as soon as we get some of that information, we might return back and try to pass that along. live in oakland, abc 7 news. >> thank you. we have assembled a range of resources for you at abc 7, including alternative transit options and realtime traffic maps. you can download the abc 7 news ways map to help navigate the freeways. tonight's other headline fraens san francisco police are looking for a suspect who stabbed a man on market street. it happened just before 10:00 on jones street. the victim was taken to san francisco general. a 19-year-old college student was shot to death after someone fired in to the car she was riding in. officers believe the bullet was meant for somebody else.
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contra costa county held the first buy back program today. they received gift cards for turning in unwanted firearms. law enforcement says the buyback resources the number of weapons on the street. in richmond, police arrested 200 protesters during a rally at the chevron refinery. they were all cited and released. in all 2500 people joined in the protest marking the upcoming one-year anniversary of the august 6th refinery fire. authorities have identified the source of bad lettuce that caused stomach illnesses in diners in two states. it was a food processing plant in mexico. the concerns from the parasite from the food has not lessened. >> reporter: it is still a mystery. the source of the cyclospora outbreak in 14 states. the cdc has sent a team to texas one of the hardest-hit states but we know the source in nebraska and iowa. the fda linked the outbreak to a
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salad mix grown in mexico on this farm. distributored by taylor farms and served at olive garden and red lobster restaurants. the investigation has not implicated consumer packages sold in grocery stores and the product is no longer served. while investigators believe the outbreak is over, sick people continue to be identified because without proper treatment symptoms can continue for more than a month. >> in all, more than 400 people in 16 states have been sickened by the cyclospora infections. the most famous father in the world is taking a bit of time off from diaper duty. prince william hit the polo field today with his brother harry for a charity polo match. young prince george and his mother kate didn't make the trip but he said the little prince likes to move and wiggle and is keeping the first-time parents on their toes.
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and a boy empties his piggy bank for a new cause. the automatic toll system on the golden gate bridge. how thousands of cars are getting through for free. i'm meteorologist leigh glasser. speaking of the golden gate bridge, visibility right now, tough travel, especially if you have an early morning flight
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in 1977, an 8-year-old boy picked up the game of golf from his father. the odds of that same boy then making it to the u.s. and european pro golf tours? 1 in 7 million. the odds of the "big easy" winning the u.s. open once twice? 1 in 1.2 billion. the odds of him having a child diagnosed with autism? 1 in 88. ernie els encourages you to learn the signs of autism.
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a 7 on your side revealed a law in the toll collection system on the golden gate bridge. human toll takers were eliminated in april and thousands of driver are getting billed for their tolls. we have a startling finding. >> reporter: thanks to 7 on your side, a big thanks to 7 on your side. >> reporter: golden gate bridge spokesperson mary curry is thanking us for uncovering a serious problem with the new all-electronic toll system. >> this is a huge fine and save because we can fix this. >> reporter: we discovered some motorists crossed without paying a toll. there was no charge, no bill, no violation, no penalty. in fact, we have learned about 5,000 cars per month are crossing the bridge scot-free. that's about $30,000 per month
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in unpaid tolls. >> any tolling system across the country has what we would call leakage where you are not going to capture every person but this is huge for us. >> reporter: it's not that drivers are doing anything wrong. in fact, they are unaware they are getting a free ride. instead it is buried in the computers of the electronic toll-collecting system. >> there's some codes that were going to the dmv from our system that were not read correctly. >> reporter: it happens when cars cross the bridge without fast track or prepaid toll. a camera snaps the license plate and they get an invoice in the mail. 200,000 motorists a month should get the bill. but then there are folks like shelly of palm desert. >> i e-mailed them and said i crossed the bridge on saturday. april 27th. >> reporter: shelly is among those that crossed the bridge and never paid. she kept e-mailing officials asking them to send her a bill for that $6 toll.
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>> i got a response saying, you know, thank you for your inquiry. we'll check in to it and i never heard back. >> i crossed the bridge may 9th or 10th and was wondering i never got a bill. >> reporter: stephanie of menlo park 59 also went through without a charge. did they get a free ride or were they quietly racking up huge penalties? >> i wanted to share it with 7 on your side. >> we asked mary curry and she looked in to their cases. at first she said they didn't have shelly's complete address and shelly needed to correct it. as for stephanie, she said the dmv did not provide her street address either. however both showed the registrations with full address right there. we pointed this out and that's when officials realized something was very wrong. >> we weren't getting the addresses. and we didn't know we weren't getting the addresses. >> reporter: bridge officials realize their computers could
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not capture addresses for some random licensing like shelly's. it could not read full addresses for many leased cars, like stephanie's. no address, no bill. no bill, no toll. curry said the bridge district would write off those tolls as a loss. she said 5,000 non-paying cars is a small fraction of the 1.7 million that cross the bridge every month. still, if it kept up that is $360,000 a year in lost revenues. >> thank you to 7 on your side. we now have this issue flushed out for us and we are fixing it. >> reporter: the bridge district is using our information to help to rebuild the system so it can send a bill to everyone who deserves one. that means drivers can stop worrying why they didn't get a bill. on the other hand, it also means no more free rides. 7 on your side.
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a 5-year-old boy has turned over his savings to protect man's best friend. gavin buchanan donated every penny of the $100 in his savings to help to buy a bulletproof vest for a police dog. today gavin presented the vest to k-9 eddie. the vests are bought through the cover your k-9 fund. good job. let's get to leigh glasser for a check on the forecast. how's sunday looking? >> sunday starting off will be overcast, foggy, mist and drizzle, especially as you work your way to the peninsula, coast and became and the east bay shoreline. doppler hd is showing you where the low clouds and fog are right now. travel across the united states not too bad. central part of the country, st. louis to chicago, we may see some isolated thunderstorms here. e instart to move in to western and middle tennessee by tomorrow afternoon. dc looks good. 84 degrees. new york 79. cool for this time of the year.
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out west, phoenix 108. 98 salt lake city. southern california, los angeles morning fog, afternoon sunshine, 77 degrees. fresno heats up to 98. in tahoe comfortable 82. for the bay area, we are going to look for cooler weather tomorrow. we will start off overcast and bring in afternoon sunshine. then a cooling trend. tuesday, wednesday, leading in to thursday. inland temperatures upper 70s to near 80 degrees and mid-50s at the coast. we will see 90s next weekend. >> looks good. thank you so much. she was here with a look at sports tonight. the ultimate fraternity in football added seven new members in canton, ohio, the home of the hall of fame. the
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at 15, i was addicted. by 40, i'll have lung disease. at 50, i'll die of a heart attack. dr. regina benjamin: cigarette smoke causes immediate damage
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those who quit or die are being replaced by a new generation of smokers. i'm dr. regina benjamin, united states surgeon general. go to learn how to make our next generation tobacco-free. there's no greater honor in
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the nfl than being inducted in the pro football hall of fame. this is the ultimate individual honor in the ultimate team sport. semp members got the call today including former raider and 49er. closest i got is playing in the hall of fame game my rookie year. seth did his kroer with the raiders and allen from sonoma state who ended his career with the 49ers. carter, robinson and curly joined the most coveted club in football. we have compiled the best sound from the induction ceremony. >> on our first date she cooked for me, she cooked me two chickens, french fries, baked me a cake and gave me a -- [ laughter ] i knew then that was my wife, right there.
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i'm so very proud to have been the baltimore ravens first ever draft choice. i'm so humbled to be the baltimore ravens first ever hall of fame inductee. thank you all. thank you again and good night. >> i tell people when you play football you have to like the taste of blood. you have to remember that half of the time it is your blood. >> i played this game to retire my mother because my mother worked to the bone and i wasn't going to allow her or myself to be in that position again. i love this game. >> i heard him say this several years ago. he said that the locker room is a great laboratory for human behavior. when he said that, it just kind of hit me. i said, you know what, this guy's right. this guy is absolutely right. now, talent aside, we know it is a football business but the only prereck quiz it is in to
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acceptance in that locker room is you have to be willing to contribute to the greater good. if you are willing to do that, you are readily accepted. if you are not, you are pretty much quickly rejec allw we have place. okay. we have white. we have black. we have latin. we have asian. we have samone wants, we have con gans and i have coached with them all. and the only difference is are you willing to help. if you are come on in and if you are not get the heck out of here. >> the fourth thing that you should know about cris carter, before you leave here, buckeye, born and bred, even after i'm dead. thank you! >> emotional day for all and congratulations to all seven. the a's even their series with the rangers at a game
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apiece. it helped oakland to jump to a lead is garza. two run homer 3-0 a's. that deserves a hand shake with coco crisp. grant high heat. swings and tries to get out of the way. a's win 4-2. game set for sunday at 1:05. third inning crawford singles up the middle. that is the only run of the game. linthicum pitched a solid seven inningsing. will meyers won it on this hit. 2-1 the final in tampa bay. dodgers going for a team record at wrigley field. they get it thanks to plays like this. what a catch. dodgers shut out the cubs 3-0. the old record set by the brooklyn robbins in '24.
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dodgers are up 1 is on the giants. the most dominant swimmer in the world will be a freshman at cal this fall. missy franklin. she tied the women's championship today. as you can see she won with ease. franklin has one race left. the 400 medley relay. should her team win she would join michael phelps to be one of the six in the world or olympics and we can look for her at cal the next couple of years. always an emotional day at the hall of fame for those players because it is the ultimate honor. thank you. that is it for this edition abc 7 news. the news continues tomorrow morning at 5:00.
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we will have breaking developments on the b.a.r.t. bart gauche gauche negotiations.
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