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>> so far, red flag conditions making for little containment. major fire fight is on in siskiyou county tonight, where the fire has burned more than 33 square miles, marching across state lines into oregon. the santa clara fire department is on the front lines there, long with resources from marin county. one resident still unidentified was killed in the town of horn brook. the body found in charred ruins of a home. hundreds of residence told to evacuate. to the south in sandra barbara county, a fierce fire erupted friday night. burned 20 instructs including homes. investigator say a fire started at a home and spread to nearby brush. in san diego
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have burned in the foothill community of alpine. dozens of hope owners told to leave. >> you've heard the term, new normal, the number, size, frequency of fires that we've seen over the last several years unfortunately has become -- i won't say the new normal, it's just become normal. >> we tried to get what we could and got out. we got some dogs, couple of tortoises. we were able to get out the important things. >> people hoping they can return home soon. cal fire says the holiday fires are just 5% contained fire. the west fire, 30% contained. we got an update, 18 structures very lost in the san diego county area now. evacuation orders still in place. i'm cornell bernard. abc 7 news. right now these firefighters are facing sweltering heat. he's drew with a look at the conditions. >> the highest threat for wildfires will be in the southern states. take a look at this, fire weather stretching across large
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portion of california, excessive heat warnings in effect. combine that with flag warnings, very hot, dry and gusty air to our south. look at temperatures right now to the south. it is hot. 91 in l.a., 1 a in palm springs. fresno is at 116 degrees this hour. future track temperatures by 1:00 sunday afternoon. right back into the 90s, exceeding 100 degrees in soufrl spots to our south. we'll take a look at the weekend locally in a few minutes, guys. here's a look at fires closest to the bay area. the county fire in yolo and napa areas are fully contained. you can get fire updates immediately on your phone or tablet. download the abc 7 news apps and enable the push alerts. we are learn more about two
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women shot and kill outside a home in antioch. police still haven't arrested anyone after thursday morning shooting on delta fair boulevard. the shooting took the lives of 65-year-old belinda roe scott and her daughter. the east bay times reports, the daughter was studying for a doctoral degree. she leaves behind an 8-year-old son. 8 men were wounded. none of them appear to be connected at this time. two men are in criminal can't. abc 7 news was at 34th and chestnut street in oakland when an anti-rally took place today. this rally is to show support for other patterns who have lost children. >> t not by my son it's about all kids, it's about all murders, it's about all lives. it's time to make a change and the time is now. i'm tired, i'm fed up and i can't take it no more.
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enough is enough. all this gun violence. >> focusing moore foundation. no one has been arrested in the death of her son. e lung musk offered his services and he tweeted he has a team that will work like a mini submarine. other measures that involve getting the boys out one by one. the boys appear to be if good spirits, despite their dire situation. >> reporter: thai authorities calling it a war against the water. divers working around the clock, trying to rescue the boys before heavy rains hit again. according to an internal u.s. government report team by abc news. the mission to get all 12 boys and our soccer coach out of the cave could begin any hour now.
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each boy will go on what's called the buddy dive. >> we can guarantee someone will have their hands on those boys every step of the way coming out of the kaifs. >> reporter: over past several days, divers had been teaching the boys how to dive. some are learning the basics of swimming for the first time. >> we tried to do the best plan we can bring them out. and the least -- maybe we try. >> reporter: authorities have drilled over 100 holes into the mountain. both to find an alternate rout out for the boys and to treat an outflow of water in that three-mile long cave. we're hearing more from the boys trapped inside. in letters to their patterns the boys asked for fried chicken and barbecue pork. others asked they not get too
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much home work when they get out. another boy wrote, i'm koeld but it's fine. don't forgot my birthday. the kids' coach writing, i promise to take care of the kids. thank you for your kind support. i would like to say, i'm really so sorry to you all. maggy rahul, abc 7 news. the effects of a stroke can be de-bip tating. >> it was bad. >> the incredible progress shown using a new technique. oak loaned
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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 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.
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surgeons around the world, including those in southern california are trying to find solutio solutions from a stroke. >> our sister station in l.a., has the story. >> reporter: something as simple as tapping a balloon can about a difficult task if you're one of the more than that suffered a stroke. >> i couldn't walk for two weeks, i couldn't talk. it was bad. >> reporter: brad has come a
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long way since his stroke in 2014. but still struggle with opening a jar and cutting his food. >> it is work every day. it's stress for me. i'll never be like i was. >> reporter: now, the resident is taking part in a clinical trial at rancho rehilks center in downing, one of the centering participating in this study. it's calling the vivtism system. >> i would love to see this clinical trial show -- >> reporter: that's knew roe surgeon speak for successful. a small device called a knew roe stimlater used in epilepsy is implanted in the chest and connected to the neck to the vegas nerve which connects directly to the brain. in this study, a signal is sent by a therapist during exercise to try to reteach the plan how to one again control affected limbs. >> all the therapy is in moving
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the ball, doing things with the hand, learning to use the hand better. the problem is here. >> reporter: all stroke victims in the past could do were physical exercises, which is what makes this study so exciting for researchers and participants. >> what i can do for other people if it works, that'll be great, for millions of people if it really works. >> reporter: the clinical trial is sip accepting patients. the treatment is years away from possible approval. joy rand. abc 7 news. the big diskeck between the u.s. and north korean after hours of talk. >> and the question, will we see some relief from the heat? kevin durant is in china, he got his biggest piece of business done today at home. the shark is home circling
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the u.s. secretary wrapped up talk with north korea officials. >> reporter: two days of high-level talks, two different
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takes on what happened. >> some places there's great, other places there's more work to be done. >> reporter: secretary pompeo saying his meeting was productive and happened in good faith. nearly as seen as pompeo left, a north korean official released a statement calling the talks, regrettable. the unnamed official suggested talks of breaking down. pompeo pressuring north korea to abandon its nukes. denuclearizatiion is still to go for both sides but gave no specific time lines. >> i'm not going to get into the details of our conversations, but we spent a good deal of time talking about those two things. >> reporter: north korea appears to have kept its word on halting all nuclear and missile testing and watched journalist to watch as they recordedly destroyed -- at this site. expert analysis of recent
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satellite imagery suggests they may even be expanding their programs. >> we're talked about what the north koreans are continuing to do and how we can get our arms around achieving what kim and president trump agreed to, which was complete denuclearizatiion of north korea. >> reporter: according to reporters on the grown, talks were filled with tension. at one point pom yay corrected a north korea official when he suggested he may not have slept well because of the tenure their talks. accuweather starting with the weekend of a wide range of temperatures, temperatures warmed up moving inland. each day, dealing with a few high clouds from time to time. really a beautiful picture. as you take a look from our emoryville camera, a few clouds off in the distance, the sun shine shimmering on the bay at
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this hour. winds' a bit of an issue. onshore breeze helping to keep that intense heat i showed you earlier in the show. there's triple digits reading in l. l.a. 32 oakland. 16 in san jose. clear lake has the wind gusting to 20 miles an hour. location is key in terms of how warm you are at this hour. 84, concern number in fremont. 74 in san matteo. 82 in brent wood. mount view checking in at 77 degrees. here's the call over night, minimal fog along the coast, plenty of stars. temperatures away from the coast will be on the mild side. you can see more, antioch, concord, san jose holding the 60s over the next 12 hours. 56 in san francisco. the bigger picture, the
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accuweather outlook has this huge area of high pressure over the four corners today. for the next few days, that is pumping intense heat into southern california. this is not moving anywhere anytime soon. for us here in the bay area, the coast will stay cool and breezy the next couple of days. the heat will linger well into the 90s. the marine layer is compressed. limited morning fog if any the next couple of days. for sunday, nothing but sunshine from start to finish. 50s and 60s in the morning. worming into the 70 and 80s by lung lunchtime. high sunday, about 71 in san francisco. tomorrow will be be breezy in the afternoon, 84. the high in free font. 80 in san jose. 84 in santa rosa. 95 the high in antioch.
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beating the heat, go on the beach tomorrow. the surf is relaxing. tomorrow it will be a little weaker. highs tomorrow 64 in half moon bay. 80 in santa cruz. uv running high. ocean water still chilly. next seven days, sunshine tomorrow with that wide range in temperatures. the pattern is steady at least through tuesday. cooler wednesday into thursday. the fog will really return thursday into friday to help back down to more seasonal types. this nbc 7 sports report sponsored by stanford healthcare. >> justin return to the mound for the cardinals since may 29. allen hansen gets a start at second. working back from a tight
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sher, he w perfect. frisco pena, the flare of awe. hansen bring in the run. bring don, in at six. finally gets the giants on the board. this is double off the bricks, bring in hansen. bottom of the eight, repeat. hansen come around to score, it's a 1-1 game. bud norris will end the threat. 3-2 the final. shark. glad to be back though. >> we expect a lot out of each other. these guys come to work every day ready to play. sometimes you hit will good pitching along the way and that happens. our guys need to keep playing and keep pitching too. >> he did a great job today. i think it'll be huge to bring those guys back in our rotation. hopefully next time around we give them some support. the a's in cleveland, look
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out. side ball smashed the camera lens. jed lowery did some smashing of his own. it's 1-1 game. next man up, chris "crush" davis, his home run since june 14. back to back home run for the a's. piscotty puts the a's ahead for good. eight in the season, also a two-run shot. take the 6-3 victory. kevin durant currently in china, the warriors announced he signed his new contract today. two-year deal worth $30 million in the first year. and 31 1/2 million dollars in the second year. they're teamed to sign jericho if he signs a waiver.
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if no team claims him and his $4.2 milli $4.2 million guaranteed salary he becomes a free agent. a stretch forward, jericho shot 33 last season. sharks announces the club has re-signed their defenseman. making their case to make a full-time player. he reported the highest ratings among the sharks. the final of the world cup play is this saturday. this is the third kick, russia's mario hernandez misses, and that would be crucial. tied at three, the final kick for croatia. this is croatia's ivan. and nails it.
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the other semifinalistsly on tuesday. one day left to see the country's best beach volleyball players. takes place at piers 30 and 32 tomorrow. six persons, and -- plenty of players at bay area ties taking part including a santa cruz kid who played four years at stanford. >> it means so much. playing here, and i look over and see others playing, i'm kind of like, yay. it's just awesome. i think it's the people more than anything. >> and back to the world cup. mario fernandez who plays for russia, he got his citizenship by putin by presidential decree. after missing that kick, i don't know if he's going to be russian citizenship anymore. >> oh. there you go.
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thank you wendy. love for the east bay in theaters. the home-grown that's showing at the box office this weekend. next.
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tonight over an kofy tv and including on -- it's sun morning in thailand, we're keeping an eye on the rescue team that may be happening right now. crews try to get the boys to safety before the monsoon moves in. >> oakland -- >> sorry to bother you is a comedy about work life and privilege, universe version of oakland. 94% are rotten tomatoes. >> debuted in limited release
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tonight close to $25,000. close to $70,000 by the weekend. "sorry to bother you" goes nationwide next week. >> a good review. >> that's it for abc 7 news at 6:00, see you tonight at 9:00 and 11:00.
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