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let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> it's saturday, july th. thanks so much for joining us, i'm chris newen. let's go to frances. good morning. >> you can see how clear we are right now, just some clouds off the coast and here's how the day plays out with your 12-hour planner. during the 7:00 hour, very limited coastal fog. 50s around the bay and coast. we will be quickly warming up with plenty of sunshine as high pressure builds, so look for a mild to hot day.
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temperatures range from inland, mid-90s around the bay, mid-80s and at the coast mid-60s so it is going to be a nice beach day, and there is beach hazard statement in effect through the afternoon and during the evening hours we'll still be hanging in the 90s and the inland areas and still mild as well, upper 70s and at the coast upper 50s. we have hot weather on tap and i'll let you know how long it's going to last. chris? >> frances, thanks. >> fire crews are working to find out the cause of a three-alarm fire. on stephens creek boulevard that's been vacant since last year. firefighters were able to get the flames under control just after 1:30 this morning. thankfully, no one was hurt. thousands of people are out of their homes as a fast-moving fire burns in santa barbara county. sky map 7 from our sister
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station shows the area before the holiday fire and then as it burns in a neighborhood. the fire has destroyed at least 20 homes since it started last night in goleta. more than 2200 people are evacuated. the fire started in a home and then spread to nearby brush. officials say it's burned 50 to 80 acres so far. the cause is under investigation. governor jerry brown has declared a state of emergency for a fire that broke out yesterday morning near san diego. that one is called the west fire and it's burned 400 acres in alpine. about a dozen homes have been destroyed including a 130-year-old historic ranch. right now it's just 5% contained. >> i'm a little scared, a little worried, but we're holding up. it's just one of those things that's been said, you know, you pay the price for living here in beautiful california, you know? of course, wildfires are one of the down side of it. >> several roads in the area remain closed this morning. been evacuated. dents there have
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in siskiyou county, evacuation orders remain in effect as crews battle the klamathon fire. it's damaged two cemeteries. we learned one person has died. at last check the fire burned 9600 acres and containment is at 5%. fire officials will hold a community meeting today about the county fire in the town of gwinda. it's burned in napa and yolo counties. ten structures have been destroyed and more than 100 are threatened this morning. firefighters are concerned this weekend may be hotter and dryer with stronger winds. today's meeting starts at 4:00 this afternoon at g hall. sonoma county is considering installing a network of fire watch cameras. abc 7 news reporter katie utehs
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has more. >> reporter: you are watching the yolo fire spread as recorded by a fire watch camera atop bald mountain. similar cameras could soon be installed in sonoma county. >> as sichl as it sounds, it is so critical. >> graham grant says the cameras help locate fire in seconds, not minutes. >> we have lightning that helps us discover lightning-based fires. >> captain mike mueller. >> we can see an early start on a fire and start pushing resources that direction. >> reporter: one of the proposed fire watch locations is the hills behind me outside santa rosa. we took droneview 7 so you could get a vantage point. >> the burn scars from last year's firestorm is here. it could be installed ahead of the one-year anniversary of the fire. >> we've had success with them and still do in southern california so absolutely it's something that we would
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definitely use. >> the cameras would be installed on existing towers with the first batch put up around lake sonoma. it's a vital reservoir supplying 600,000 people in the north bay with drinking water. the project is estimated to cost $475,000. county supervisors will consider the proposal on august 7th. in santa rosa, katie utehs, abc 7 news. you can find the latest fire information on our website, abc 7 news.com as well as the abc 7 news app. make sure to sign up for push alerts to get updates as soon as they become available. time now is 5:05. developing in thailand, the race to rescue boys and their soccer coach from a cave. they're waiting for volunteer divers to arrive to bring them out. now trapped for two week, these are letters the boys wrote to their letter and a letter from the coach. he is apologizing and thanking everyone for their support.
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elizabeth herr has plans on how to get them all out. >> reporter: a plan to rescue the soccer team now more urgent than ever with heavy rains closing in and a new concern, oxygen supplies inside the cave shrink p shrinking. a former thai navy s.e.a.l. died due to lack of oxygen. officials say the 38-year-old lost consciousness on a return dive from where the boys are stranded. he was in the process of placing air tanks along a possible evacuation route for the boys. now authorities say they may have no choice, but to dive the boys out of the cave, an operation nationally considered too dangerous. >> they cannot dive at this time. >> according to the governor, the boys are still not ready so the tai navy s.e.a.l.s are proposed to use a buddy dive system, pairing the boys up with an experienced diver who will guide them out. a journey nearly three miles
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long with some areas completely under water. another idea. drill through to reach the boys from above. so far we are told the teens have tried more than 100 holes to no avail. >> the boys have been learning how to breathe under water and if all goes well and this buddy dive system gets approved, the goal is to start pulling the boys out of the cave perhaps as early as this weekend. abc news, new york. today marks one year since an arsonist destroyed an apartment building under construction in oakland. now the city is taking new steps to find the person responsible. last year suspicious fire burned a seven-story building at valdes and broadway. it followed a pair of arsons ten month apart at a construction in emoriville. this morning they will report arson and announce a reward to help track down those responsible. white supremacy posters are
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popping up. as quickly as they're coming up, neighbors are tearing them >> they reportedly urged people to report any and all illegal aliens. these are photos of the posters provided by the bay area news group. >> as i see the sign it says keep america american. isn't that ironic? >> reporter: tiger tearlink with the city's chamber of commerce says diversity runs deep. >> if there's anybody putting scenes up, they've got that right to speak out, but that definitely is not symbolic of saratoga at all. >> reporter: not more than two miles from downtown, artists here at the montalvo art center are creating pieces in response to those posters with the goal of better defining the quintessential american phrase "we, the people".
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>> we is all of us. we is you. we is me. we is us. >> the white nationalist group behind the posters reading in part, it's unfortunate that the visibility of this organization has now grown considerably beyond the limited number o people that may have seen the fliers in saratoga. >> it's unfortunate. we have to tolerate it. it's a free country and that's part of the price we pay. >> patriot front members maintain their ancestors conquered america and left it solely for them. i'm amanda del castillo, abc 7 news. remnants of a faraway hurricane are bringing riptides to our coast. a beach hazard advisory is in effect through tomorrow. the national weather service is reminding you to never turn your back on the water. meteorologist frances dinglasan is here.
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>> dangerous rip currents and it can be pretty and we can have large surf so be careful in you're headed to the coast. here is a live shot right now as we look over san francisco. limited clouds this morning and high pressure is building and that means inland temperatures will get hot today, even for the next few days. i'll have all of the details coming up. we all held hands and we pulled her together. >> three local teens jumped into action to save a woman who nearly drowned in an apartment pool, but the story doesn't start there. the touching thing these teens did next. plus making sure your kids are safe in the car. why experts warn
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entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps improve your heart's ability to pump blood to the body. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven superior at helping people stay alive and out of the hospital compared to a leading heart failure medicine. don't take entresto if pregnant. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. and help make more tomorrows possible. entresto, for heart failure. >> three teenagers in the east bay are being credited with
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saving a woman who was drowning in a pool. the near-death experience happened tuesday night in alameda. abc 7 news reporter carlos salcedo talked with the teens who jumped into action. >> reporter: the summer house apartments in alameda are home to three young heroes. that's the reputation jessica, kristine and george have earned for their actions tuesday night. the friends were exercising near the pool when they heard a man call for help. >> there was this woman on the bottom of a pool. >> reporter: the woman was deep in 8 1/2 feet of water and it was difficult for anyone to get to her. >> i dived into the pool, but it was so hard because she was all of the way under the pool. >> reporter: so the teens decided to team up and create a human chain. >> we all held hands and we pulled her together. >> all three of us, we helped her go on the side of the pool. >> once the woman was out of the pool she was given cpr, but inhaled too much water and had to be taken to alameda hospital. >> that's where the teens went
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to visit their new friend, 24-year-old zulaa amgalam as she recovered. >> it was emotional. >> after four day, zulaa finally came home today saying she's grateful through an interpreter. >> translator: >> she is thankful. >> thankful for her three young guardians. >> i am pretty proud of ourselves because we're 13 and 14 years old. >> stay away from deep water if you're not a good swimmer and no one is ever too young to be someone's hero. in alameda, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. if you ever thought about buying a used car seat for your kids you might want to think again. michael finney explains the safety concerns. >> reporter: like mostarents at this car seat safety check, tracy cohen wants confirmation her son's car seat is secure. >> it makes me feel that much more safe that it's in
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correctly. >> reporter: many parents receive hand me downs or buy a used car seat. they caution against buying one secondhand if you don't know the seat's full history. >> even if a car seat looks fine it may have internal damage you can't see. we test hundreds of car seats and after the crash tests there's sometimes damage that's not evident. >> even a seat that was used by an older sibling that was never in an accident. >> six to ten years from the day it was manufactured which is printed on every car seat. >> sometimes they're on the side. sometimes they're on the side right here. many, many seats have them on the bottom, but somewhere there wil be a sticker that will give you at the very least a date of manufacture. >> car seats have an expiration date and that the seat meets the latest in safety standards. >> reporter: safety does not have to cost a bundle. the costco scenera next is the
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consumer reports' best buy for around $45 which gives moms like tracy cohen one less thing to worry about. >> it makes me feel much better as a first-time mom knowing that i've done everything i could to make sure he's just as safe in the car as i am. >> reporter: if a car seat has expired or was already in a crash it's important to destroy it. that means cutting the straps and clearly marking the plastic shell, do not use. time now 5:16. for the very first time you can test drive a tesla model 3 sedan. the company launched a test drive program at several bay area locations. abc 7 news was at the dublin tesla showroom and it's one of the spots customers can get behind the wheel of the all-electric car. nearly half a million people have reserved model 3s. >> it's one thing to see it on the internet and hear people talk about it and to see it in
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person and be able to feel the acceleration and grip the steering wheel yourself makes a huge difference are. >> tesla is offering test drives at the dublin, sunnyvale and palo alto. >> new an accuweather update from abc 7 mornings. >> good morning i'm abc 7 meteorologist frances dinglasan. we have the satellite image and the los of clear skies around the bay area. there are some low clouds right along the immediate coastline. here is a live shot as we look toward the downtown san francisco area. it is clear this morning and temperatures are mild in some spots and san francisco is at 58 and look at that, san jose already 64 degrees and gill roy, 62 degrees and the sunrise happening at 5:54. today it should be a pretty view. as we look at the east bay, look
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at how calm the waters are. you see the limited clouds and they're spilling over the hills into parts of san francisco. more temperatures in the 50s and 60s. santa rosa cooler at 52 and novato. conk ord and livermore in the mid-60s at this hour. highs today will be mild to hot. so we have mild and breezy conditions at the coast and that will help keep temperatures mild there with the sea breeze and 64 degrees in half moon bay. 78 in oakland. san mateo, look for upper 90s in san jose and in antioch, that's where we'll hit 95 degrees and also in the north bay, santa rosa and napa in the low 90s today. so stay hydrated especially in the inland areas and highs today at the beaches will also be really nice especially in santa cruz. a comfortable 80 degrees and perfect beach weather and the
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onshore flow will keep things cool through ocean beach and half moon bay and low to mid-60s and it will be pretty chilly and beach hazards in effect through this afternoon and that's because we have a strong, southerly swell, three to seven feet. right now current wave heights are starting to drop to six feet in half moon bay and there could be some strong rip currents and bigger waves. i want to show you highs today around california and even parts of nevada. we have lots of triple digit heat with high pressure building and check out bakersfield, los angeles and palm springs at 113 degrees and las vegas at 108. there were quite a few records broken yesterday with triple digit heat. now we also have high pressure building and that means for us we will see mid-90s for the next few days in some of the inland areas. for example, in antioch for today, 95 and look at that,
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we'll stay in the mid-90s through tuesday and things will start to drop off and then it will be noticeably cooler towards the end of the workweek. overnight low, not too bad. so you can still cool down around the bay and will drop to the mid-50s. san francisco, 55. san jose, 59. check out some of the inland areas and still in the 60s even in overnight hours and that's tough and you'll probably need to run the ac almost 24/7 there. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. mid-90s around the bay. t-shirt and shorts weather in the mid-80s and at the coast, mid-60s so people will be heading to the beaches to get some relief and just look out for dangerous conditions there. notice the mid-90s stick around for the next few day, little change, plenty of sunshine and we won't see a cooldown until the end of the workweek and we'll be closer at that point. >> good to see the forecast without triple digits.
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>> enjoy it, but be safe out there. >> frances, thank you. a disneyland scam you need to know about before your next getaway. the happiest place on earth is not giving away free tickets. a coupon promises free tickets to 500 families to celebrate 110 years of service. a disneyland spokesperson says the offer is fake and the park doesn't have special promotions at the moment. disney is the parent company of abc 7. >> mark zuck aerberg is the thi richest person in the world. that puts him roughly 373 million ahead of warren buffett. facebook's stock rose 2.5% and the stock has gone up 15% so far this year. amazon's jeff bezos and microsoft founder bill gates ranked number one and two above zuckerberg. ♪ ♪
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pianos in the park. your chance to check out this unique
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>> welcome back, everyone. in san jose today boy scouts will join volunteers. they're packing meals to deft butte to thousands of people in need. rise against hunger is an organization that aims to end hinger by 2030. today the boy scout troupe will put together volunteers are needed if yud like to help at the willow glen methodist church. also happening today, skateboarders will take over the hilltop skatepark to bring awareness to homelessness. skate rising, a non-profit that
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empowers women and girls through skateboarding will lead the feed the need event. it will support with food and water. the goal is to feed 200 homeless people. looking for something fun to do this weekend? jessica castro from abc 7 mornings has ideas from our partners. >> it's a holiday week and you can keep the holiday going by catching a play or trying a new restaurant in the city. this weekend is the very last weekend to catch the play soft power at the current theater. it's a comedy and musical. a chinese executive who visits america falls in love when the u.s. leader all while the two countries deal with the shift in power after the 2016 elections. it has romance, laughter, intrigue and a woman playing hillary clinton. it runs through sunday, and tickets run at $29. from new to classic, this week the daily symphony is featuring one of my all-time favorite movies and songs from "the little mermaid."
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>> it's performing the oscar and grammy-winning score we all know and love. there are several performances this weekend. if you're not in the mood for a show, how about some food? if you love mac and cheese, and who doesn't it, right? they just opened up a new location in russian hill at 3337 fillmore and you can get creative and if you're a foodie you'll be interested in knowing that they have an all-star chef onboard. for other events and weekend ideas just head over to abc 7 news.com and we'll connect you with hoodline. have a great weekend. still to come on abc 7 mornings. how elon musk is offering to help with the cave rescue efforts in thailand and new this morning, the search for this man. what police caught him doing on home security video. also, the very pink thing you may n
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good morning north bay. this is abc 7 mornings. >> it's great to have you this saturday morning. i'm chris nguyen. we start with a quick look at the weather. here is frances dinglasan. hi, frances. >> it will be a slather on the sunscreen kind of day. with the satellite image, we're starting off with clear skies and just limited fog right at the immediate coast. temperatures will be warming up quickly during the 7:00 hour. lots of locations will be in the 60s already and 70s inland like antioch and by lunchtime if you're heading out, we'll see 90s in some spots and lots of 80s around the bay in the low to upper 70s and san jose already at 82 degrees and san francisco will warm up to near-70 degrees this afternoon and if you have plans to head out this evening you won't even need a jacket around the bay and in some interior areas it will still be quite warm in the 80s. we have hot weather inland for
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the next few days, but a stronger sea breeze keeps things cool at the coast. i'll have all of the details coming up. chris chris? >> frances, thanks. thousands of people in santa barbara county are out of their homes this morning after a fas-moving fire. this video from the santa barbara county fire department shows a structure destroyed by flames in goleta. at least 20 homes have been destroyed and more than 2200 people are currently under a mandatory evacuation order. people are -- 2,000 people are without power this morning. right now there are at least ten major wildfires burning from the oregon border to southern california. a state of emergency has been declared for a fire that broke out yesterday morning in san diego county. the largest by far is still the county fire in napa and yolo counties. that fire has burned 88,000 acres and is 42% contained. officials will hold a community
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meeting at 4:00 this afternoon in guinda. ten structures have been destroyed and more than 100 are threatened. firefighters expect full containment by thursday. the thai governor in charge of rescuing 12 boys and their soccer coach from a cave say the weather conditions are good for extraction. a proposed plan to have the boys buddy dive out of the cave with rescuers could be launched this weekend. in a letter the coach apologized to the boys' parents. the boys say they're doing well and miss their families. two big groups of volunteer divers are expected to arrive today to help with the extraction. while the primary rescue plan moves forward, there are backup plans still in the works including some involving help from bay area tech leader elon musk. engineers from spacex and the bore booring company are on their way to help. they have the details of the underground conditions faced by the rescue team. >> reporter: elon musk joining
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the conversation on how to safely rescue the 12 boys and their coach. musk tweeting he's sending engineers from spacex and boring to help. and creating air tubes and pods. >> if elon says it will work hopefully it will. >> the diving safety officer with the california academy of sciences. he has extensive cave diving experience. >> it's extremely challenging to train somebody in those conditions to dive let alone cave dive. >> divers have been teaching the boys diving and breathing techniques in preparation for this weekend's possible buddy dive plan. the accelerated timeline would take advantage of the boys still having high oxygen levels. thai officials say the boys are in relatively good health, but bell says cave diving presents unique challenges. >> by virtue of the fact that you have an overhead above you which means you cannot ascend straight up. if you need to exit the cave you need to go back the way that you
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earned. >> the boys and their coach will have to get through. the first phase of the buddy dive plan which involves staging equipment and the obstacles could be completed by 6:00 p.m. local time saturday. the second phase which includes the buddy diving could start as early as sunday morning local time. >> and the plan is to bring the boys and their coach out of the cave the same way that they initially entered two weeks ago. in the newsroom, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. a judge has refused to extend a deadline that forces the trump administration to reunite young children with their families. however, some specific cases may be extended giving the administration more time to match dna. the order says 101 children under the age of 5 must be reunited with their parents by tuesday. and about 2,000 older children must be reunited by july 26th. specific cases that could be extended beyond tuesday include 16 children that have not been matched to their parents and 19 children whose parents are no
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longer in custody and cannot be reached and several cases in which the children have non-biological parents. some families have been reunited including one from guatemala and one from mexico. this weekend the two sides will try to determine which of the children can be excused from the deadline. new this morning pleasanton police need your help to catch this man who engaged in lewd conduct. fremont police say it's possible the same man is connected to similar crimes in their city. they say he may be associated with a newer model white four-door crossover vehicle. if you have any information about this man you are urged to contact pleasanton police. a truck fedex kohlited. the cab of the big rig ended up in front of the street car as it headed to the embarcadero. four people were hurt and all
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expected to be okay. happening today, eat to your heart's content at the taste of oakland festival. the second annual event celebrates the bay area's unique culture, culinary talents, independent and iconic musicians and innovation in technology. there will be cooking demonstrations and dance performances and of course, live music. toni, toni, toni will headline the event and it will run until 6:00 p.m. tonight in jack london square. >> there is something beautiful in the air in golden gate park. a combination of flowers and pianos. here's cheryl jennings with the story. >> reporter: the botanical guarden in golden gate park is alive with exotic plants and this time of year, exotic sound, too. ♪ ♪ >> tucked between velvet green leaves and bursting colors are 12 pianos, around the grounds for anyone to play. the event is called flower piano
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and it's the inspiration of dee mormel and fortisimo. they started at the garden four years ago after experimenting in placing pianos in public spaces. >> and we approached the park with the idea that we should have pianos in golden gate park like some other cities and europe. >> it's free for city residents to wander and listen and there are no guarantees who or what you'll hear. ♪ ♪ >> jazz, classical, bossa nova, cuban music. >> reporter: and each, a unique one-time only experience that blooms and fades like the flowers themselves. >> there's a magic about that, and you just sort of come upon them as though you are the only one who discovers them. >> cheryl jennings, abc 7 news.
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>> flower piano is free for san francisco residents. non-residents can pay $8. it runs through the 16th. still ahead on abc 7 mornings, the big change costco is making to its menu at the food court. also, what will happen to this more than 60-year-old golf clubhouse after a fire destroyed it earlier this week? but first, here is a live look outside from the golden gate camera. frances dinglasan will have your accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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>> good morning, everybody. time now is 5:39, and we are taking a live look outside from our abc 7 roof camera along the embarcadero on this saturday morning. a little breezy out there. you can see the flag flapping around a little bit. frances has the forecast coming up. new this morning we have learned what's left of the golden gate park golf course clubhouse will soon be demolished. the golf course is closed right now. it will re-open after crews demolish the clubhouse and clean everything up. so far it isn't clear what sparked the fire. the clubhouse had been around for more than 60 years. the port of oakland will welcome a brightly colored ship. the vessel is more than 1,000 feet long and is a cherry blossom colored container ship. it's the newly branded symbol of the consolidated container shipping lines. the ship is scheduled to arrive at oakland's marine terminal monday morning at 7:00.
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it will leave tuesday morning for hong kong. it's kind of cool to see, frances. >> i like that bright color. >> weather wise, what can we expect today? i know you've been tracking temperatures in the 90s out in the inland community, but here in the city a little cooler. >> it will be near 70 degrees and it will be cool at the coast because of the sea breeze and that's where temperatures will stay mild and look at how clear it is out there and that will allow things to warm up around the bay and inland areas once again in the mid-90s and i'll have all of the details and i'll let you know how long the hot weather will last. boogie cousins is officially a warrior. what steve kerr says about the newest all-star to join the team.
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( ♪ ) your heart doesn't only belong to you. child: bye, grandpa! and if you have heart failure, entrusting your heart to entresto may help. entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps improve your heart's ability
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to pump blood to the body. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto was proven superior at helping people stay alive and out of the hospital compared to a leading heart failure medicine. don't take entresto if pregnant. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren, or if you've had angioedema with an ace or arb. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, kidney problems, or high blood potassium. ask your doctor about entresto. and help make more tomorrows possible. entresto, for heart failure. we're taking a live look outside from our east bay hills camera. a pretty view to wake up to on this saturday morning. it's like a postcard that you
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can take, you know, if you're watching us on your mobile device take a screen shot. we'll get a shot of the full accuweather forecast coming up in just a bit. >> baby boy or girl in it's a decision parents don't have to make, but it appears many still have a preference. according to a new gallup poll, more than a few parents say they'd want a son or a daughter. a little more than a quarter preferred a girl and the rest said they did not care either way. a heartwarming moment between a dog and its owner. an animal shelter captured a reunion two weeks in the making. [ laughter ] >> this is great! the jackson, mississippi, animal shelter posted this video to facebook with the caption, want to see our favorite kind of fireworks? she was lost for two weeks and she's definitely happy to be back with her mom. >> in sports, the as and the
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giants are both getting ready to play this afternoon. the giants host the cardinals at home and the game starts at 1:05 and the as are in cleveland taking on the indians at 1:10. here's anthony flores with how the teams did yesterday. >> good morning, everyone. the giants are coming through in the clutch as they put an end to the four-game losing streak against the cardinals and this little one just happy to be at the ball game. that is great. john is showing off his wild side and brandon crawford races home to tie it at one. bottom four, two outs and goshg gorkiz fernando, diagnosed with a left groin strain and he would leave the game. now in the sixth, the panda man can. pablo sandoval clears the wall for his seventh home run of theier. now at the bottom of the seventh with the score tied and andrew
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mccompaniutchen with the 3-2 le the giants snapping the four-game losing streak. as in cleveland. the indian fans flying high. first batter, dustin fowler connects with his first-ever leadoff homer. only 80 more to go to match ricky henderson's all-time header and he absolutely crushes this one to dead center. an estimated 467 feet and the as with 74 homers on the road and the bottom three and paul black burn gives up a double down the line to jose ramirez. the two-run score and lead 4-2. the tribe getting sneaky and they pulled off the double still and francisco is safe, and the indians put it a wi with four in the seventh and they win it 10-4. the warriors are getting their boogie on in sin city and demarcus cousins officially signs with the dubs and boogie joined the team last night in the las vegas nba summer league tipped off and cousins signed a
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free agent contract. steve kerr was there to welcome cousins to the team and the head coach is excited to add another all-star to the roster of the two-time defending nba champs. >> and caught us all off-guard and we just felt like we didn't have enough all-stars. actually having demarcus and the challenge will carry our group at times. i think they're really looking forward to the challenge. >> rick berry's jrsy hangiersey in oracle arena. former warriors putting in the bucket and al harrington with 24 and baron davis with 22 and the game winner as they beat drill je. gary payton not pleased here as coach of the three-headed monster, but mahmoud hit the game-winning three and that turned gary's frown upside down and even without the dubs in the house, an estimated crowd of 13,000. not bad. that's a look at your morning
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sports. have a great weekend. >> now an accuweather update from abc 7 mornings. >> good saturday morning. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan. we are starting off with mostly clear skies around the bay and the satellite image, there are some low clouds just confined to the immediate coast and that's about it. here is a live shot as we look out towards the very calm waters over the bay and san francisco and there are those low clouds making it just toward the tower right now. san francisco it's 58 degrees and oakland, 59 and already in the mid-60s through mountain view, san jose and gill roadway at 6 1 degrees and we're looking through walnut creek and we are looking at pink, orange clouds at 5:54 today. more mild temperatures in the interior area and low to mid-60s right now and santa rosa, one of the cooler spots at 52 degrees, but you will notice when you step out the door it is going to be a nice, warm day.
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here is a live shot, san cruz, mostly clear skies as well. it will be a gorgeous day to head to the beach and temperatures will still be mild at the coast in the 60s for the most part and then we'll see hot temperatures inland and if you are headed to the coast, be careful, there is a beach hazard statement in effect through this afternoon. the hot weather stays with us, so if you don't like it you'll have to wait until the end of next week where we'll start to see things cooling down a bit. so breezy conditions at the coast and the onshore flow will keep things cool in half moon bay and san francisco will be nice and mild at 70 degrees and upper 70s to 80 degrees and san jose, 89 degrees and if you're headed to the north bay, santa rosa and napa in the low 90s with plenty of sunshine. again with the beach it's still cool with the sea breeze there in the 60s. santa cruz will warm up nicely to 80 degrees. you need a lot of sunscreen and stay hydrated as well.
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the beach hazard statement in effect through this afternoon and that's because we have the strong southerly swell, three feet to seven feet and this is all from that post-hurricane fabio and also this means rip currents and some sneaker waves. so be careful if you are going to the beaches today. also at the alameda county fair today it will be sunny and warm even at 11:00, with plenty of sunshine and warming up into the low 90s and if you stick around until closing time, still clear and mild with temperatures in the mid-60s. so let me show you what is going on. we have high pressure building in the four corners. this is bringing very hot conditions, warm weather through parts of northern california and hot in southern california where we saw a lot of triple digit heat. there's also quite a few red flag warnings in effect through parts of southern california and parts of nevada and even out in utah. low humidity, gusty winds and high heat are the factors because of the high pressure.
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lows tonight will still be on the milder side around the bay and we'll still get a little bit of the sea breeze. so half moon bay dropping to 52 and mid-50s in san mateo. san jose, 59 and very mild still. inland only dropping to the mid-60s in some spots. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. we have hot inland temperatures today and the mid-90s around the bay, nice and warm in the mid-80s and at the coast, mid-60s because of that onshore flow, but elsewhere high pressure building and that will stick around the next few days and we'll still see the mid-90s through monday and tuesday and we will see the mid-80s return to the inland areas. >> frances, thank you. homelessness is up 6% in sonoma county. over a 24-hour period counters founder inially 3,000 homeless. a third are in shelters and two-thirds live outside. county housing officials say
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homelessness is actually down over the last seven years, but may have increased thisia year e to wildfires. a community is coming together to help a homeless man in oakland and this comes after video caught someone tossing out his belongings and now drew may have a place to live. >> this homeless man has been a permanent fixture. people here know him as drew. it was this notorious video that shed light on his situation when a man was caught trashing his stuff. since then, some have gone out of their way to help him with food or in this lady's case, money. >> i appreciate the help. i didn't really ask for it so i was surprised. a go fund me page was set up raising $14,000. we talked to community leader kenzie smith who says the money is enough to pay for drew's housing for a year. >> we actually have found an apartment for drew. so we're looking to move drew
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from the lake there. >> reporter: after being homeless for so many years he'll likely need more support. >> i don't have mental issues. i say mental support. >> wendy jackson is the executive director of the east oakland community project which helps homeless individuals and families. >> the great moneys that they've raised and the place that they've identified is only going to work if there's somebody in place to help him. >> reporter: she promised to get in touch with those helping drew to try to get him the support he needs to finally get out of homelessness. matt is used to seeing drew a lot. he says there's a side of him that believes no one should live like this and another that thinks the government should do more. >> and then the third side that i don't think a lot of people consider is that the community members should do more. >> reporter: that's exactly what these people are doing as a community, helping one person at a time. in oakland, leann melendez, nbc 7 news. next, costco is changing things up.
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do your thing, with energy upgrade california. >> welcome back, everybody. here are the winning numbers for last night's $283 million drawing. 2, 10, 46, 50, 56 and 16. there were no jackpot winners so it rolls over to $306 million. the next drawing is wednesday night. if you're making a trip to costco today you may notice some changes on the food court menu. the warehouse chain is shaking things up. it has removerd the polish dog. you can still get the hot dog and soda deal for $1.50. you may notice the new acai fruit boole, and plant-based protein salad. next on abc 7 mornings at 6:00, a warning before you make a trip to the beach this weekend and also, we have the very latest on wildfires burning in southern california. and a push to speed up the
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response to fires in northern california. the technology that could make a difference. plus, a vacant restaurant goes up in flames. the fire that kept crews in the south bay busy overnight.
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it's just my eczema again,. but it's fine. yeah, it's fine. you okay? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. myeczemaexposed.com. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to myeczemaexposed.com to learn more. >> good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. thanks so much for joining us on this saturday, july 7th. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast.
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here's meteorologist frances dinglasan. hi, frances. >> hi, chris. it will be a beautiful and hot summer day. here's the satellite image and just some clouds off the coast and lots of clear skies around the bay area and that will allow the day to warm up. here's your 12-hour day planner. very limited coastal fog with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we will be quickly warming up for lunchtime in the mid-80s and mid-70s around the bay and it's still cooler at the coast in the low 60s. now mild to hot temperatures this afternoon. inland areas warming up to the mid-90s around the bay and look for the mid-80s, but the sea breeze keeps things cool in the mid-60s and still comfortable tonight with lots of clear skies and i'll let you know how long this warmth will last. >> frances, thanks. fire crews are working to fine out the cause of the

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