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. good evening. thank you for joining us. >> tomorrow is expected to be the hottest day of the year. >> yeah. you'll be simmering in the heat if you're inland. take a look at the highs today up into 102 category and 103 in brentwood. 64 in half-moon bay. heat advisory 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. advisory covers. fire danger is increasing. 11:00 a.m. saturday to 8:00 p.m.
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sunday. lake county gusty winds, low humidity. it will spread rapidly. be aware of your surroundings. we have clear skies except for one patch of fog in half-moon way. i'll let you know plus a look at how hot tomorrow coming up. >> thanks. with the heat comes wild fire dangers. it flew above this fire acre five. cal fire is there due to this increased fire danger. one of the best ways to keep track of it is with the abc news app. you can get up dates and monitor the forecast ton go. >> a late development. a u.s. district court judge could rule as early on reuniting immigrant families. they filed a lawsuit challenging the current policy and asked for
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a quick decision on this matter. that policy sparked l conflicts to carry out president trump's executive order. >> a group of women from san francisco bay area came together to collect toys and clothes for immigrant children. those children are being held at a processing facility in mcallen, texas. >> we are it is special t-shirts as a tribute to young children who have been separated from families arrested and accused of entering this country illegally. >> we would like to be a presence without -- with our our
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t-shirts. >> we saw the volunteers lifting 70 pound bags to get them on and off the plane trip. they are hoping items will be accepted on behalf of the children. jackie has been quite vocal. congresswoman spears speoke to s about 4r50leading a delegation. >> we are going to go to the processing center where the actual customs and border patrol can hold people for 72 hours. we are actually going to be writing in -- riding in one of these buses so it good for
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>> abc 7 news. >> stay with us here an we bring you the story of the crisis at the border. plan to an immigration detention camp. abc 7 news reporter is there live with more. >> reporter: the navy left concord more than a decade ago. it owns thousands of acres many. >> no local official had been informed about this. >> he says he was blind sided by news the u.s. navy is considering the weapons station as a possible detention center site to house up to 47,000 migrants. >> we are going fight it. we are not going to let this
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happen. >> others are also being looked at. abc news confirmed an internal navy document mentioned 233 million. >> this is not a solution. this is really evil policy. >> mark says he will fight the trump administration. >> it reminded me of world war ii and japanese. we don't want to be a party to that. >> they have been in negotiations for years to acquire the weapons station property. >> we don't know how much nuclear waste is on that site. there is a lot of stuff that can happen. it doesn't seem right. >> the navy providing few details saying it would be inappropriate to discover planning documents. president trump calling on congress for immigration reform. >> it has ban really bad bad system, probably the worst any where in the world.
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>> tonight the city of concord saying it is committed to being a welcoming city for all but it does not represent those values. abc 7 news. >> all right. thanks very much. moving on now people ran for safety after someone fired a gun during a chaotic party. you can see everybody scrambling to get to safety. police tell us no one was wounded. at least 600 people had picked a picnic area. no one has been arrested. >> the civic center bart station is back open after a fire. abc 7 news viewer took these photos showing that smoke rising. we are told the fire was started inside a fan room. no one was hurt. the closure did cause an inconvenience for those heading to pride festivities.
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>> festivities got transmitted. it is all lit up for the big weekend celebration. >> reporter: it is. it is really busy >> the rights were pried. preparations for the festivities are nearly set. pride weekend kicked off with plenty of fanfare. >> i9 began at 18th. >> it is a lovely day. it is a little hot. i'm so happy and so privileged to be here. >> here for visibility. >> this is my second and i'm here because i want to be visible as a person for all of the people who can't be here today. i'm here to make my presence in
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this city known. >> i like to represent my brothers and everybody else. visiting from amsterdam right as the march got >> >> all right. stay with us. a lot more to come. cannabis is legal. are people growing following the
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rules? >>. families in the south bay ventured out as the sun went down. we'll have your complete weekend forecast. and it's the cat's meow. >> all that coming up in a few minutes. we have a look at what's ahead right after abc 7 news. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting)
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with pg&e in the sierras. and i'm an arborist 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
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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. (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting)
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what you can't see are the illegal pot farms. they cracking down on the illegal farms. dan has been digging into the problem and has more on the latest raids. >> you have a range of farmers in the three california counties. those who do it right and follow the rules and the illegal some times hidden on federal land. the state is cracking down warning farmers to clean up their act or shut down. >> it is home to -- the county sheriff showed us photos where you can see the dirty side of the weed industry. investigators found trash, hazardous waste and rue sewage. >> that's long history of illegal cultivation in the north coast. >> chief david bess is with fish
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and wildlife. >> we see many ofheks wanto and going throh the proper licensing. there is a whole bunch of folks who are not. >> that is where the focus has shifted. while they are ensuring licensed farms fish and wildlife going after those who aren't. authorities say they discovered $3 million in hidden cash that might have been reloosed pending charges. in trinity county showed what was left behind. >> it makes me angry. this is a national asset. it is a national treasure. it is being disspoiled by criminals. >> there are mounds of garbage and pesticides. >> we are a quarter of a
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teaspoon can kill a male streams and creeks to water their plants. >> as all of us in california know there is not enough water to go around. massive amounts of it are being di vee diverted. >> they usually have little regard for the environment which means it can trickle into the streams and creeks. they say the stoxins with kill native animals. >> it's more of a chronic problem like cancer and it's much harder to fix and much more expense i have to fix. >> last month $2.5 million in federal funding was earmarked to target illegal cannabis operations. >> we will focus on the ones causing the most environmental
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damage and go after them. our mission to go after everyone not in a frame hundreds turned out. people fanned themselves to try to stay cool. >> tomorrow the heat will be even worse. >> that's right. let's find out how hot it is going to get. >> yeah. we'll be seeing triple digit heat hotter than today in the inland valleys.
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let me show you live doppler right now. i do not expect fog to stick around. it is still pretty warm. san francisco, gilroy all in the 60s. you know we are set up for what's ahead to be warm to hot day. santa rosa warm to hot day. concord in the low 70s. notice that this camera is a little shaky. the offshore flow is already beginning to develop with gusty winds in the hills drying out the air mass. red flag warning going up early tomorrow morning. be aware of it's a beautiful view. temperatures will be coming up a few more degrees tomorrow. we'll go hotter inland, warmer at the coast tomorrow. high fire danger and reduced air
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quality with cooling beginning on sunday. tomorrow morning it's not going to be that cool. it will start out mild with 50s and 60s. the only place you'll drop to the upper 40s will be half-moon bay. you feel that heat, 101 degrees, 96 in san jose. it is 86 in santa cruz. pretty warm there as well. mountain view 94. you want to escape the heat. head to the coast. it will be a warm one. temperatures in the low 70s. downtown san francisco 73. north bay you'll see triple digits to lake port. getting up to 74 at beach. head inland and this is where you're really going to feel the roasting effect of the heat. it is 106 in
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it will be the kind of heat you don't expect to see this time of year morrow warming up to 79 degrees at at&t park. it will be a nice day but warm one. cooler weather on sunday for the big race. 82 degrees. here is a look at the air quality forecast. a look at the pride parade forecast for san francisco on sunday. temperatures will be coming down. in the morning 60 degrees. mild in the noontime around 70 degrees, breezy and the fog rolls back in. temperatures will begin to drop. seven day forecast, triple digit inland, 70s along the coast. fog returns sunday and temperatures do start to moderate. much cooler on monday and we'll
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go down to the 80s inla0s inla0 >> all right. thank you. say hello to some very dedicated fans. >> ♪ i feel most times we're high and low ♪ ♪ high and low ♪ if i had my way enhance your moments. san pellegrino.
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today a huge crowd lined up for the opening of the hello kitty minicafe. people waited for hours to get in and buy collectibles. it started in japan and brought to the u.s. in the 1970s. it is the first of its kind in northern california. >> that is so fun. >> definitely. >> did i see him working in
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there? >> yes. >> they run a power show on the road. the recent home run
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giving them home runs in 23 consecutive road games. the a's playing a double dip. a three run homer. that's 22 straight road games.
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4-0 a's. fifth inning strikes out. no problem. the ball gets the seconds home run of the game. the a's tame game one they made it 1-0. the white sox would answer in the 2nd. it would play allowed three runs in six
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innings. only two earned because of this one right here. throws it into the out field. your final 6-2. the sharks selected with the 21st overall pick. he scored 122 points and 125 games in two seasons. many say he is a top ten talent but has issues with maturity. he was suspended for three games in february slashing an opponent in the legs. cutting ties with paul martin. the sharks placed the defense man on unconditional waivers so they could buy out the final year of his contract. he played a key role in the stanley cup finals. this sports report is brought to you by river rock casin casin cn
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♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪ all right. we appreciate your time. hope you have a great weekend. fun in the sun. it will be really hot. >> thanks for joining us here.
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