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>> reporter: routers are the gateway to connect you to the interview. when commanded by an outside source, it can c off your internet connection and gather personal information and spread the malware. the internet of things. 23 billion devices also connected to routers including video doorbells, security cameras, and voice boxes like alexa. >> you are talking about your a cameras, and doorbells and other divisions that are connected through the router to the internet. >> reporter: reboot routers to deactivate the malware. typically routers have no anti virus protection. >> they are designed to be remotely accessed.
so these are houses where front doors may be locked but not locked as secureliy as we want them to be. >> reporter: in a larger sense, it could also target and sabotage government operations, military bases, hospitals and utility companies. >> security firm symantec has been researching. also recommending router password change. in san jose, david louie abc7 news. there is a list of routers that are known to be affected. we posted that to our website. you can check it online right now at abc7news.com and we are going to show you how to reboot your router here on abc7
the blaze at harvesters market broke out at 3:00 this afternoon and quickly spread. the fire is now under control and lake county sheriff says streets surrounding the market will be closed well into the night. firefighters will stay on the scene looking for hot spots. san jose police say a person has been stabbed if an apartment building elevator. on saddle rack street and the victim has been taken to the hospital. no word on injuries. around the bay area on this memorial day, solemn ceremonies saluting those who lost their lives. >> reporter: this is now the 150th anniversary of memorial
day. many took the time to express their >> today a red rose adorned each one, a special tribute by volunteers like body mcgowan. >> very humbling out here in a place like this. >> reporter: the roses were a new gesture organized by employees. >> we are going to read every headstone and read their name. >> reporter: the fallen were remembered. walnut creek held its 30th annual tribute. in mountain view, a color guard performed and red paper poppies
were laid on the memorial at eagle park. pomp and circumstance in san bruno at the golden gate national cemetery. recalling her days as rosie the riveter. >> it was so wonderful to be a part of the war effort. >> reporter: also among the large crowds were gold star families who lost loved ones. the esteps from campbell left a wreet wreath who honored their 24-year-old son adam. >> we are given a duty to help remind the community what that sacrifice is about. >> reporter: and they want everyone to remember the true meaning of this day. carolyn tyler abc7 news.
abc7 news was at the korean war memorial. memorial day for many people means a day off from work. here is a live look at the beach in santa cruz. lots of people were outside by the water soaking up the sun and relaxing in the shade. and in san jose, we found blue skies above brightly colored flowers at the municipal rose garden. >> spencer christian joins us now with a look at the forecast. >> here is a look back at what with he have so far. sunny skies so far shining over the bay area. and highs mid-90s inland.
up north 96th at clover dale and 77 here in san francisco. 24-hour temperature change we are even right now. so let's take you into the evening hour and see how much it is going to cool down. 8:00 tomorrow morning upper 70s. one more day of warm to hot weather with highs reaching into the upper 80s of 90s tomorrow. temperatures have dropped sharply and a close-up look of the forecast in just a few minutes. >> all right. spencer, thanks very much. did you feel it? a small earthquake hit the south bay today. no reports of damage or injuries. now to new detail on the plane crash in pet lumma.
that plane went down sunday afternoon near the airport. the plane was taking off and may have returned to the airplane. laura anthony found out new details what happened before the crash. >> mayday, mayday -- >> reporter: it happened in a matter of seconds a plane crash that killed a couple from car michael. >> we need emergency services a s sap. >> the power stalled. and it doesn't sound right. >> reporter: o'brian shot this video. the plane suddenly banked to the right as if to try to return to the airport. but instead it twirled to the ground. the sister of the pilot identifies them as richard and sue bristol from carmichael.
she told us we are just devastated by such a loss. richard was an excellent pilot. it was his passion. we believe it was something mechanical. bristol's had been in service since 1996. in petaluma laura anthony. a suspected dui driver collided with another car in santa rosa. the gold toyota was driving through the intersection at hern avenue when the driver of the honda broadsided them. the driver was arrested for dui. >> serving its last meal july 6. the letter on the website the
owner says she will offer free meal on july 5th and sixth for donations for the employees. starbucks created the training after apologizing for an incident in philadelphia when two black men were arrested while waiting for a friend. starbucks closing all 8,000 of its company run stores for training. licensed stores are expected to stay open. the bidding for a private lunch for warren buffett is underway. the bidding is well over $1 million. those of the glide foundation
in a public health option to compete with private insurance companies. and expanding medicare to everyone over 55. and i believe medicare must be empowered to negotiate the price of drugs. california values senator dianne feinstein with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist to negotiate the price of drugs. since the onset of the drought, more than 129 million trees have died in california. pg&e prunes and removes over a million trees every year to ensure that hazardous trees can't impact power lines. and since the onset of the drought we've doubled our efforts. i grew up in the forests out in this area and honestly it's heartbreaking to see all these trees dying. what guides me is ensuring that the public is going to be safer and that these forests can be sustained and enjoyed by the community in the future.
reported to california waste facilities are thought to be from batteries. >> do you have one of these at your home? a plastic bag filled with batteries. that is fine for most batteries but not lithium, the batteries like these. most often used to power your cell phones, cameras, computers and many toys. making a recycling run to the marin household hazardous waste facility in san rafael. dropping off all sorts of ewaste including batteries. >> i put them in a bag and collect them and i drop them off. >> reporter: she knows recycling batteries is good for the environment but did not know off
loading lithium batteries is a good fire safety too. lithium batteries have been blamed for fires in hover boards, vape pens and smartphones. and now being singled out for concern. separated out by chemistry. >> the ones that are more concerned are the lithium ion because they are rechargeable. so it is difficult to identify when they have run all the energy that they have in them. >> reporter: that is where the problems begin. carl smith ceo and president of the not-for-profit call to recycle, the country's largest battery recycle program. >> a perfectly fine laptop battery that is no longer useful
can be potentially dangerous if not handled correctly at the end of life. >> reporter: just the right way, sparks can fly. keep them out of direct sunlight and away from metal. here at the recycling they line their tubs with plastic. >> you need to make sure the terminals are taped and protected so they don't rub against more metal and create a spark in explosion. >> reporter: here is how to protect yourself. you need to fish the lithium batteries out of plastic bag and tape over the positive terminals, you can see them right there with electcal duct or clear plastic tape. you don't want them touching them.
>> or you might see a fire cracker. thank you. emergency crews are still searching for 39-year-old edison harman. the area received 8 inches of rain in three hours causing a nearby river to overflow. residents are cleaning up. >> gone through hell to get to where they are today before this flood and now facing it all today. today the first named storm alberto made landfall on the florida pan handle bringing storms and big waves. a tree fell on their suv while driving on the highway of
polk county. >> the two worked for a station in greenville south carolina. >> spencer christian is here with the forecast. >> we will start with national weather. let's take a look at sub tropical storm the florida pan panhandle. maximum sustained winds at 40 miles per hour. and look up along the mid atlantic where flood watches in effect. because of the bands of heavy rain from this storm and some bands are moving up to the midwest and it is hot in the nation's midsection. hot today. 93 in st. louis. and 94 in detroit. here in the bay area, we are enjoying sunny skies and mild to
warm conditions but nothing that severe or extreme. this is the view of blue skies over san francisco. looking at sutro tower. 69 in san francisco, 73 in oakland. here is the view at santa cruz beach. the warmth is 80 degrees in santa rosa. 88 in livermore and one live view from emeryville. this is our forecast features. sunny and warm again tomorrow, quite warm. and turning cooler on wednesday and thursday and starting to warm up again at the end of the week as june arrives. along the coastline we may see light patches of low clouds. overnight lows 50 at half moon bay. some in the inland locations
seeing temperatures dropping into the 60s. tomorrow breezy at the coast but mild to warm. mid-60s lang the coastline tomorrow. upper 80s to about 90s in the warmest inland lokes once again tomorrow. now the beach forecast calls for highs at most of our beaches tomorrow in the mid-60s. wednesday, sharp cool down. reaching into the low to mid-70s. cooler on thursday with a slight chance of morning drizzle. and on friday, warming up rather sharply. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. we will get quite warm weather on saturday with mid-80s inland. look for the highs.
marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck. after a week of overcast weather, this memorial day is a perfect day for a bike rack. abc7 news was on the embarcadero. a community program called bikes up, guns down. a good way for kids to get their energy out after more and more reaction centers in the city are closing. >> unit for peace. right now we try to get the youth together, you know what i'm saying, and take care of the energy. >> the bikes up guns down group
meets in front of the embarcadero once every two or three weeks. cluster fesz grove street between polk and starts on friday, and more streets will be closed as the weeks go on. prepping the twin peaks muni train tunnel for its shutdown. it involves a $40 million upgrade. the transit agency says the project will help solve riders two biggest complaints, travel times and overcrowded. >> increasing the amount of service. the infrastructure performing at a high level and the ability to add to the capacity.
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senior horses and dogs. mortonson passed away unexpectedly last week. friend kelly discovered her. >> pebbles pulled on my dress and showed me where to find her. >> reporter: she had an affinity for senior dogs. >> made them these happy creatures that are wandering all over the place. >> reporter: dogs are now being checked by veterinarians in the mission district before they can be adopted. >> good boy. and this one. oh, you are so brave. you're so brave. >> reporter: after quickly placing some 30 dogs that were staying here, muttville opened their dogs with open arms. >> we know we are going to find them homes really fast.
>> like marlene, she died suddenly and if she hadn't had the friends that she had and muttville hadn't stepped up, some of these dogs might have ended up in a shelter and gotten euthanized. >> reporter: the adopta-thon will be this weekend here at muttville from 11:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. saturday and sunday at 255 alabama street. melanie woodrow abc7 news. one u.s. group has crossed the border to try to salvage the meeting. the meeting was set for june 12th in singapore, and president trump says that hasn't changed despite calling it off. what is being called a vigilante deportation attempt of
a man from china. charging them with conspiracy and kidnapping. they say they planned to force a man to san francisco and put them on a plane back to china. police rescued him before his accused abductors could put him on the first plane. wondering if people should live on top of libraries. wants to build affordable housing above library branches. some branches are in the process of renovating, but right now no plans for existing libraries to make affordable housing an option. hearing about a project. here are some renderings of what it could turn into. the goal is to keep the marina
functioning and add shops and retail spaces. the marina sea wall is crumbling. just last wednesday the city broke ground on development at the former alameda station. in marin county, the memorial day ceremony has become a tradition on its own. predictable and comforting and never the same. here is wayne freedman. >> reporter: every verse in taps has 24 notes listen, and you would have heard their bugle tone playing across the nation on this monday every year when we stop at the marble and read the carved names. beginning inside the veteran ven
auditorium. husband, son, and daughter in law has served. the poppies a tradition since the end of world war i. >> those who lost their lives for our freedom. those who died in battle. >> reporter: frankie reno took part in the at the time offensive. >> the younger people today, since there is no draft, it is getting to be an old man's kind of game. >> reporter: memorial day appears to mean more to generations who have loved and lost first hand. >> you kind of more or less take everything in stride at 19. >> reporter: and how old are you now? >> i just passed may 10th, i was 96-years old.
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you. a look at the golden gate bridge. did you know today in 1937-franklin d. roosevelt officially opened the bridge to traffic. the bay area has a winner, not the warriors yet, but we are talking about the national geographic bee champion. education reporter lyanne melendez tells us what it takes to be a master geographer. >> reporter: proudly showed off the medals he earned.
the this eighth grader is surrounded by maps in his room and it started with a talking globe that his parents gave him as a child. >> i read the national geographic magazines in order to keep up with news. >> reporter: the united states he says is by far the most complex country to study. >> you need to treat each state like a country. >> reporter: that means learning towns, mountain ranges, rivers, straits every geographical aspects of a your eighth grader knows more than you? >> he knows more than us. >> reporter: held in washington when he answered this question correctly. >> lebanon has a population most
similar to which south country? >> reporter: para guy was the right answer. what will he do with this vast knowledge? >> a dream job will be an engineer at nasa. >> reporter: the sky is the limit. next step, mapping the universe. in an ramon, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. >> congratulations. although mapping the universe may take a while. bay area is all about the microclimate. >> spencer has your seven-day forecast coming up next. abc7 is the only playplace
"solo star wars wars wars w disney owns the series as well as abc7. a migrant from mali living in france is being called a hero after scaling an apartment building saving a child. sprang into action saturday after seeing the child was in danger. and he climbe from balcony where he got to the fifth floor and grabbed the child. >> translator: i saw the child who was about to fall from the balcony. i ran and thought of ways to save him and thank god i scald
the front of th that balcony. >> french president granted him papers to legalize his stay. citizenship and a job as firefighters. the father has been charged with failure to meet parental obligation which carries a sentence of maximum two years. showing us the traditions and what is new this year. >> reporter: a moment of silence. a time to remember. >> honor the lives and deeds of america's greatest heroes. >> reporter: memorial day in washington means a day filled with tributes to men and women who gave ultimate sacrifice in
service to the u.s. >> all brothers and sisters in arms. >> reporter: memorial day was once decoration day. laying flowers at their graves. at arlington national cemetery, volunteers did the same. spokesperson whose brother was killed in combat in iraq says small gestures mean a lot. >> someone coming with a flower who just want to honor your your loved ones is really appreciated. >> reporter: visitors to the marine corps memorial. >> every campaign are represented on the memorial. in september of 2017, the national park service with our partners, the u.s. marine corps
unveiled iraq and afghanistan. >> reporter: whether remembered with the roar of rolling thunder motorcycles or in quiet reflection of arlington national cemetery. in arlington, virginia. we want to thank our viewers who shared these incredible pictures with us. all have time to turn back to our forecast. >> another warm day coming our way before we get a sharp cool down. during the overnight hours, skies will remain clear except for a low clouds and fogs near the coastline. overnight lows will be around 50 at the coast and mid 50s around the bay.
and tomorrow look for sunny and mild day. tomorrow maybe low 90s in the warmest locations. mid-60s on the coast and here is the accuweather forecast. sharp cool down on wednesday. on thursday, chance of morning drizzle and even cooler. warming up for june 1st on friday. and up to 80 degrees around the bay. and mid-to upper 60s on the coa coast. thank you so much larry flash biel. steve kerr is angry and so am i. klay thompson who is so
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rockets out hustling the warriors. 44-33 with five minutes left in the first half. warriors playing horrible basketball. the king went 435 points and lebron amazingly is going to the nba finals for the eighth consecutive year. >> the game was won between the lines and we have an opportunity for a championship. just go out and play ball. i like to compete and have a love for the game and a passion for the game and everything else will take care of itself. >> he is amazing, just amazing. playing for four hours in oakland. only one run. talking to a man who knows his
steve kerr said we played the worst quarter. they need an amazing comeback. >> and stop turning the ball over. >> that would help. the two men who drove 600 miles in their tesla without a charge and how they did it at 9:00. at 11:00 dramatic video. coming up premier of a brand new bachelorette. that's it for this edition. i am eric thomas. >> i am ama daetz, for spencer,,
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