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>> new pictures of greiss have just been released. he was a former marine, a cuz and a father. he served as a motorcycle officer for the chp and he was on duty friday in fairfield when a pickup truck hit him and the car he pulled over. both he and the driver of that car died. >> abc 7 newsreportercornell bernard joins us with details of the arrest in the case. cornell? . >> dion, eric, moments ago they have arrested a man from near the rokhman area in the deaths of officer kirk griess and another motorist last friday. we have learned his name is 36-year-old shawn matthew walker from rocklan. he ishaedwooufts gross vehicular manslaughter in the death of officer greiss and motorist jaime manuel of vallejo. the chp says walker was speeding down interstate 80 and talking on his phone moments before that crash happened. here's what the chp had to say
moments ago. >> we want the message to be sent that your actions have consequences, that answering a phone or sending or answering a text can result in the tragic consequences that we witnessed this last week, and that lives can be inatablely changed because of those actions. we want to encourage people to be safe, to drive safe, and to consider that there are other people on the roadways, and to drive safely for them. >> chp says this has been a life change event for all of the staff here in the solano area. he was arrested today. he is now in custody. he will be arraigned in fairfield tomorrow. live in solano county tonight, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. >> we appreciate that update, cornell. thank you. now the chp has established a fund to help support officer greiss's family. you can find a link to donate at our website, abc7news.com.
now to the developing news that abc 7 news broke just an hour ago. the attorney for ghost ship fire defendant max harris says he'll make a motion to sever his client's case from that of co-defendant derick almena. melanie woodrow is in our newsroom now with details. >> attorney curtis brig says he will mention that motion at a hearing this friday. the hearing comes after judge james cramer rejected derick almena and max harris' plea deal last week. the judge said almena wasn't remorseful enough. more twists in the ghost ship warehouse case. now only on abc 7 news, max harris' attorney curtis briggs says he'll make a motion to sever his client's case from derick almena's case. >> based on what a lot of the victims said, matt harris saying why is that nice? he took immediate accountability, cooperated with authorities. >> friday james cramer said
almena wasn't remorseful enough. he rejected the co-defendant's plea deal in exchange for no contest to involuntary manslaughter, almena was going to get nine years in jail and harris six. >> the judge was telling me that the case should be dealt with simply. >> reporter: briggs says he'll mention his plans to make the motion in friday's hearing, but he says it will take several weeks to prepare the motion. friday is also a big day for almena's attorneys. brian getz says they need to decide whether to make a motion to request a change of venue for a possible trial. >> i'm thinking about it hard. i don't know. >> getz says the decision will be a close call. >> we could ask for a change of venue and get a trial in orange county which in our experience is -- >> abc 7 news monday from santa rita jail, almena said he
>> how am i going to find a jury that hasn't heard me say okay, i'm guilty. >> regardless whether almena's attorneys make a motion to change venues, getz says a new plea deal is still a possibility, just likely not by friday. i reached out to the alameda county district attorney's office. a spokesperson there said they are waiting until after court on friday to comment. in the newsroom, melanie woodrow, abc 7 news. >> melanie, thank you. the family of an 18-year-old woman randomly killed at a bart station will officially file a lawsuit against the transit agency on friday. nia wilson was attacked and killed at the macarthur station almost a month ago. her sister was also stabbed but survived. the suspect was caught within 24 hours and is due back in court next week. the body of firefighter matthew burchett is headed back to salt lake city tonight. just about an hour ago a plane took off from the sonoma county airport in santa rosa. that's where hundreds of fellow firefighters gathered to pay their respects to a fallen
colleague. burchett died after being hit by a tree last week fighting the mendocino complex fire. in the mendocino complex, the river fire is fully contain and the ranch fire is 64% contained. the fresno fire department posted this new video today of its crews protecting homes from the ranch fire. that fire is the largest in california history. it's threatening more than a thousand structures and has destroyed more than 150 homes. the rising cost of living in the bay area is driving more and more companies to get out. is the latest is the north face, moving from alameda to denver and taking 650 jobs with it. take a look at this map. it shows some other major bay area businesses that have moved in the past few years. all the new cities they moved to are much more affordable. abc 7 news reporter vic lee joins us live in alameda with more on north face's decision. vic? >> well, the north face's parent company, vf corporation
announced that it's separating into two independent publicly traded companies. the north face is one of them, and that's one moving to denver. all of this came as a surprise to the city of alameda. vf corporation's the north face company is headquartered at bay farm. the announcement caught the mayor of alameda by surprise. >> so i didn't hear from our city staff first. i heard from an employee there. >> at the campus here, the north face, which was founded in san francisco half a century ago. vf's global innovation center, and jansport, which makes bags and back packs. they'll move to denver by 2020. it could mean the loss of 650 jobs here. some alameda residents were not surprised. >> well, it can get cheaper labor somewhere else, no question about that. >> from a business perspective, it makes sense. >> especially since colorado reportedly offered the company $27 million in incentives. there was no way alameda could
compete. >> we're a city of about 80,000, right? we're not denver. >> the north face is just the latest bay area business looking for greener pastures. jamba juice moved its headquarters from emeryville to texas. tech giants apple, google and other tech companies have built new operations in other states. oracle's new campus in austin, texas, will be as large as ten football fields. facebook will have a $1 billion data center in fort worth. but the north face campus most likely will not remain empty. >> already the biotech industry is coming over to the east bay. they're rung out of room in san francisco, and south san francisco area. >> we are being told that there will be no layoffs here at corporate headquarters, that everyone here will be offered jobs in denver. also, that the company is not expected to close any of its stores here in the bay area.
abc 7 news. >> all right, vic lee, we appreciate the update. well, it's not just businesses leaving. the latest bay area council poll released a few months ago finds 46% of bay area residents plan to leave in the next few years. that's a higher number than compared to polls from 2017 and 2016. almost 2/3 of those plans to leave say they want out of california completely. among the most popular destinations include texas, oregon, nevada, and arizona. the top three reasons to leave, housing costs, traffic, and homelessness. well, oakland may have found a way to solve one of those issues. six months after starting the largest affordable housing program in the city's history, the city says there are almost twice as many properties available for its most vulnerable residents. in january, oakland started offering incentives to landlords to accept section 8 housing vouchers. those incentives include $500 signing bonus, 2500 interest-free loans for repairs, and up to two months of paid
rent to keep a vacant unit available for section 8 tenant. since the start of the program, almost 700 new households have begun to lease section 8 housing. the after glow of the warriors' third nba championship in four years didn't end with the parade. tonight in oakland, the dubs are about to relive all the magic as they debut their 2018 championship film at the grand lake heater in oakland. >> and sports director larry beil is there live with someone who has been pretty instrumental in the warriors' historic run. hey, larry. >> dion, eric, thank you. i'm here with warriors president rick wells. the movie is called "dub nation reigns." they haven't let you see it? >> they won't let me see it. they want my initial reaction when i see it with everybody for the first time. >> well, you kind of lived it. >> i know the ending. >> sometimes the sequel is not as good as the original. in this case, three out of four championship move movies is not
too shabby. >> that's something we'd like to keep going, obviously. but it is, it's a testament to this group of athletes and everything they faced, all the obstacles they faced this year. even though we know how it ends, i think we living it and reliving all those things that we had to overcome i think will be really, really satisfying. >> and my understanding, well, this is produced by nba entertainment. and they have access behind the scenes there are some snuff the movie you may not be privy too. >> no, i'm sure. they do get incredible access. that's what's great about having the nba do this. and i'm as anxious to see this as everybody else. >> i'd like to talk about our access later. but you're obviously very busy with the chase center. so while the players have an off-season, rick really has no time off. i mean, you're involved in the construction every day. but have you had a chance to sit back and reflect at all? you've been a part of the nba for decades. very few teams in any pro sports
gets to experience this kind of success. we remind people we work with every day this is such a rare moment in time in any sport. and certainly in the nba. and we want to enjoy it in the moment and really take an opportunity to appreciate it and put it in perspective of how special this is for our fans, how special it is for our team. >> i should mention rick is about to go into the hall of fame in a couple weeks. have you thought than. >> crazy. i can't stop thick it. i'm not quite sure how this happened. but it's very humbling. i'm really nervous. i don't really get nervous in public situations. but this one is going to be different. it's going to be emotional, and i'm incredibly honored to be a part of this amazing class. it includes people like steve .ash and ray allndrant it's incredible. >> well, you certainly deserve it. and your work is not done you. watch some of it. they're going to start this movie in about a half hour or so. we'll tell you more about it later on in sports.
thanks for the time and we look forward to seeing you at the chase center soon. rick wells, warriors president. the movie is available at nba.om. they'll send you a dvd. you can go to the itunes store. live in oakland, larry beil, abc 7 sports. >> very cool. thanks to you. 7 on your side makes a big difference helping a nonprofit get fresh food to people. >> they have a farmer's market on wheels. after a decade of work and help from michael finney, it is finally rolling. i'm spencer christian. don't you just love a warm weekend? there is one coming our way. vial the accuweather forecast coming up. >> i'm all in now. just don't tell my wife. i'm hoping that she is not watching. >> next, what san jose mayor sam liccardo doesn't want h
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a 5-year-old north bay girl is being allowed to attend public school through a temporary court order. brook adamss is offer rare form of epilepsy and takes cannabis medication. but state and federal law bans those type of drugs from school campuses. carlos salcedo shows us how she and her family are adjusting while they wait on a final ruling. >> back to school for 5-year-old brook adams has been an adjustment. for the first time, she's being allowed to attend public school at valley elementary in santa rosa through a court order. >> she has been adjusting to a new location, new kids. but she is really enjoying it. >> brook requires special care as she suffers from gervais syndrome, a rare condition that causes her to have seizures. this scary episode caught on
camera during a recent family trip. her family has resorted to cannabis oil for treatment. >> this is the only medicine that we've found that works to stop her seizures. she has been on diastat, medolam, and they don't work. >> but the use conflicts with state and federal laws which ban cannabis and other similar drugs from school campus. rincon valley school officials say they're caught in the middle. >> we absolutely want to serve this student and she's a wonderful student and a wonderful family, however, we have laws that dictate we cannot have that medication on campus. >> last month a judge heard brook's case and is finalizing a ruling. for now, this temporary court order allows brook to stay in class with her medicine administered by a nurse. mom says she will fight until the very end. >> it would be devastating for her to be able to start here and then have to pull her out and have her stay at home until we figure out what the next step
would be. >> a final ruling on whether brook can remain at public school with her cannabis medication is still in the works and is expected to be handed down september 26. in santa rosa, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. they're looking for one million retweets in the south bay, if san jose's mayor gets them, he'll get a san jose tattoo. it seems to reflect a growing sense of pride in the bay area's largest city and in a new logo. abc 7 news reporter david louie sas the biggest challenge might be where sam liccardo will put that tattoo. >> jake mccluskey attracts attention as he runs around town with this san jose tattoo. he even caught the attention of mayor sam liccardo, whose young staff coaxed him into doing a challenge, if his pledge gets one million retweets. >> i think it shows a real human side to the mayor and i'd love to see him get it. >> it has the mayor smiling. >> i'm a tattoo virgin.
i have not yet been tattooed. but we look forward to the opportunity to find the site for this first tattoo. >> so far he has ruled out his forehead. he rolled up his sleeve to indicate other areas that won't work. >> we're look. but as you can tell, the sicilian hair has a tendency to obscure an awful lot of the skin. so we're going to have to figure this out. >> liccardo lifts up his pant leg to show one other possibility. he hasn't told his wife yet. she might dictate where is okay or not. getting one million tweets could be tough. social media luminaries such as ellen degeneres, president obama and ariana grande have topped three million retweets. >> i condition compete with obama. but with some help from russian bots and a few friends, we'll goat a million. >> if he does, others may join him. >> i'd do it if he had a million retweets for sure. >> actually yeah, totally. sam, let's do it. >> artists of black sioux tattoo has a logo ready stencil.
he did mccluskey's at the too. how much will it cost? >> something like that about, i don't know, 150. but if sam liccardo is going to do it, we'll work with him. >> this is what needs to be retweeted on his twitter feed under s liccardo. it's also posted in my story on abc7news.com. >> while the mayor ponders where to place that on his body, i thought of a logical place on mine. this space has always been available. in san jose, david louie, abc 7 news. >> oh, by saying his space has always been available, that means he's been bald for a long time. >> i'll leave that one alone. checking on the retweet status, sitting at 959 retweets. no where close to a million, but he is just getting started. >> all right. you're going to have to have a towel for your head n yave because we're in for a heat increase. >> we're going to be sweating. >> no doubt about it. here is doppler. sunny skies right now and very breezy conditions all across the bay area. let's take a look at current
wind gusts. 20 miles per hour novato. 21 miles per hour wind speed here n san francisco and across the bay in oakland. so breezy all around the area. and you can see how the breeze is carrying the low clouds out over san francisco as we look down from sutro tower. it's currently 64. 68 in oakland. mountain view 71. 79 at morgan hill. 63 rat half moon bay. check out this view. lovely view of the western sky. up north 75 at santa rosa. novato 72. fairfield 77. concord, 76. 72 at livermore. and that is our view from atop, well, the view if we were of the building. low clouds and fog will sweep in a bit overnight. it will be a little warmer tomorrow. and the warming continues through the weekend, carrying high temperatures way up into the 90s. overnight, the fog will push out over the bay locally. we probably won't see much of it going inland. it will be mainly over the coast and along the bay. and it will pull back to the coastline, giving us a mainly sunny day, even among some parts
of the coastline. low temperatures will be generally in the mid to upper 50s. tomorrow's highs will range from about 60 at the coast to low and mid-70s around the bay. upper 80s inland. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. and here comes that warm-up starting on friday. we'll see highs in the mid-90s inland. upper 90s by saturday, with low to mid-80s around the bay. and mid-60s on the coast. still mid-90s on sunday. so we'll have three days of some summer sizzle. there will be minor cooling on monday and further cooling on tuesday and wednesday. that's what's summer is all about. >> sizzle. >> exactly. >> thank you, sir. >> okay. well, a rough day on wall street with talks of new tariffs taking a toll on the markets. ahead, violation to investors from (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪
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(sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) [ closing bell ] stocks today dropped on word of tariffs in turkey and slow retail sales. the dow ended the day down 137 points. the nasdaq lost almost 100. the s&p dropped by 21. talk of tariffs means uncertainty for wall street, shaking investors' confidence. 7 on your side's michael finney got some insight today from a aa morgan stanley financial adviser. >> we're looking for single digit returns this year. and people shouldn't panic. they need to be cautious and calm and be consistent about how they invest their money.
you get in trouble when you panic. >> she says overall the economy is pretty good with an increase in pages and strong job growth. >> the co-founder of the forum reddit rang the closing bell from san francisco today. smiling there, alexis oh hannon. he told abc 7 news about his newest venture called initialized capital. he says the company hopes to kick start the next generation of innovators by drawing lessons from their own early day, basically, to be the investors we wish we had had when we were starting our companies reddit and posteris. we're excited to ring the bell. well hope many of our early stage investments end up ringing it for themselves when they start here. >> the center is celebrating its
fifth class of entrepreneurs in residence. there is a penguin-like bird that's in crisis off the northern california coast. next, see the rescue efforts under way in fairfield to help these injure and starving animals. also ahead -- >> can be a very serious infection, landing people on n the hospital, even in the icu and sometimes you die from the measles. >> a health warning for
live where you live, this is abc 7 news. >> bay area students are going back to school, and they're being warned about a possible health hazard. california is one of 21 states with an increasing number of patients with measles. >> the disease can be deadly, especially if you haven't been vaccinated. the country's on pace to see the highest number of cases since 2014, which was a record-setting year. >> abc 7 news reporter chris nguyen explains what to worry about and what to do to protect yourself. >> health officials across the country are monitoring the spread of measles after a new report released by the centers
for disease control and prevention shows that we could be in for a rough year. >> measles spreads like wildfire among people that aren't vaccinated. >> measles is a highly contagious airborne virus that is spread through coughing and sneezing. in most case, symptoms show up about two weeks after exposure. through mid-july, at least 107 cases have been confirmed by the cdc with eight cases reported by santa clara county. a county outbreak occurred in march when a county ready who had not been vaccinated traveled to europe and brought the virus back with him to the county. >> protect someone else who might not be able to get vaccinated. >> county health officer dr. sarah cody says people should get the measles vaccine not only for themselves, but for the greater good of the community. >> we have high rates of vaccination in our population, and that's good. that protects everyone. that protects the whole community. >> speak of which, state law requires all k through 12 students to get the measles vaccine unless a medical reason prohibits them from doing.
so. >> it is very, very rare to see measles in school, and it's partial because we are diligent in getting the immunizations and making sure the children are imnides against measles. >> the cdc says the last multi-state measles outbreak occurered in 2015 and was linked to visitors to disneyland. the outbreak likely started from a traveller who became infected overseas and then visited the amusement park while infectious. in the south bay, chris nguyen, abc 7 news. >> students at marjorie stone man douglas school in parkland, florida headed back to school this morning. it's been six months since the shooting that killed 17 people on valentine's day. campus security is tight with 18 safety monitors, new classroom locks and upgraded surveillance cameras. there is only one entrance and exit for visitors. developing news now out of italy where a frantic search for survivors continues in genoa. yesterday a bridge full of travelers collapsed. at least 39 have been killed. the italian president today
revoked the license of the private company that maintains the country's roads. a man suspected of vandalizing president trump's star on the hollywood walk of fame could end up going to jail. today the l.a. county district attorney's office formally charged austin clay with one felony count of vandalism. the 24-year-old turned himself in on july 25th, a day after authorities say he used a pickax to smash the star. >> what i did i believe was a rightful and just act. i only wanted to bring about positive political change. >> if convicted, clay could face three years in jail. new at 6:00, california is getting a bigger tax buzz from the sale of legal recreational cannabis. the state today announced a tax revenue in the second quarter totalling more than $74 million. that does not include city or county tax on cannabis. in the first quarter, tax revenue was just under $61 million. state tax officials say the
revenue increase means more growers and sellers are complying with tax regulations. happening tonight, virus treatment. spraying is scheduled to start at 11:00 p.m. and continue for three hours. well, 100 starving baby murres, a type of sea bird have, mysteriously washed ashore on bay area beaches in the last month. abc 7 news reporter leslie brinkley checked out the efforts to save them in fairfield today. penguin-like baby murres are recovering in outdoor pools there are more indoors in intensive care at the international bird rescue center in fairfield. the chicks were likely born on the farallon islands. at this age they should be learning to fish with their fathers. so far 100 chicks separated from their parents have been
recovered on the northern california coast from monterey to marin. >> a lot of these little guys are coming in cold, emaciated. a lot of them are contaminated by the time they get to us. >> have you ever seen anything like this before? >> not this many babies. we have babies everywhere. >> why just babies and not adults? >> warming waters on our coasts means the fish that normally live there are going to cooler waters. they're going further away. babies can't dive. they can't hunt properly. probably what's happening, the adults are following the fish, and they're not able to take the babies with them. >> the expense of around-the-clock care is focused on stabilizing the birds, making sure they're waterproof to maintain warmth, getting food and medicine. it's being called an emurregency as they're reaching out to the public to help the baby birds. the challenge in releasing these chicks in another six weeks is they don't yet know how to fish on their own. so they're going to have to be released with an adult who can guide them to a colony.
the fear this wave of starving chicks could be just the beginning. >> but it is early in their breeding season, and we could be seeing a whole lot more. >> in fairfield, i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. >> if you find a murre or other sea bird, call a lifeguard or animal control for help in rescuing it. >> if you want to donate to the e-murregency fund, you'll find a link at abc7news.com. rejoice. it's crush time. join in the celebration, next. also ahead -- >> a bay area's farmer's market on wheels was ready to roll, except for one dangerous what does help for heart failure look like? ♪ the beat goes on. it looks like emily cooking dinner for ten. ♪ the beat goes on. it looks like jonathan on a date with his wife. ♪ la-di-la-di. entresto is a heart failure medicine that helps your heart... so you can keep on doing what you love. in the largest heart failure study ever,
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well, for some california farmer, the fruits of their labor are coming in faster. in fresno, almonds are being harvested earlier than usual. the hot summer weather has helped speed up development of crops including some nuts and grapes. >> you've got to be on top of it and harvest it at just the right time because it can go from, you know, not ready today to overready in a couple days. >> some farmers are planting earlier varieties because they want to be the first ones to market. in wine country, the first
grapes of this year's vintage started coming in this morning. >> as abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman shows us, they always get a formal welcome. >> jake noted the pomp and circumstance in sonoma county this morning where they're marking august 15th as graduation day for the 2018 vintage. >> all right. why doesn't someone say a small toast to the first day of harvest and then you can ring the bell. >> cheers! >> cheers! >> yes, growers and wine make endorse celebrate this significant day every year when the growing season symbolically concludes and the first crush comes. in. >> this is a great day. >> because? >> because its first day of harvest. everything's open. it's brand-new. >> that is steven t wine maker at gloria ferrer, where the season's first grapes arrived this morning and began their transformation to sparkling wine. every year the sparkling grapes crush first. this year they're right on time. >> this is going to be a big one, i hope. >> big as in? >> a lot of heavy grapes. a lot of yield. >> mike crumbly manages
production. he says bargain late summer heat spikes, we may see a 20% larger harvest this year compared with last, but it will not impact consumer prices. the fact that we do see more grapes has delayed this year's harvest. >> it's got a heavier yield. so it takes longer to sugar up all those grapes. so we get a little more hang time is what it's called. >> and that is a curiosity for those among us who revel in nuance. a little detail from the first day of harvest, drowned out by bubbles and formalities. in sonoma county, wayne freedman, abc 7 news. >> he gets the best assignments. >> always. it's wayne. he can do that. >> good luck with the crush up there. hey, we're looking at a weekend warm-up. >> spencer has the forecas (sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting)
(sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) so your family's rich? >> we're comfortable. >> that is exactly what a super rich person would say. >> i read all the books. i can't wait the see it. crazy rich asians hits the big screen today. the romantic comedy is the first major studio movie in 25 years to feature a predominantly asian cast in a contemporary story
line. director john schu grew up in los altos. >> reviews have been great. a heartwarming ending tonight to a story we brought you last summer. a marin county nonprofit hoping to bring fresh foods to isolated residents built its own farmer's market on wheels. >> but the project ran into a major roadblock. so the nonprofit contacted 7 on your side's michael finney. and tonight there are some amazing results here. >> there are. it took a while. it took a while. but it got done. this took a lot of perseverance. the nonprofit, agricultural institute of marin. first they had to raise $180,000. then they bought a truck, shipped it overseas and had it custom built, only to find out they could not drive it legally. i'll show you how we got them on the road and the dream of a decade finally coming to fruition. it was probably the most expensive mercedes truck that nobody could drive. >> it was are you kidding? come on. this is ridiculous. >> when we first saw it, the
truck had been sitting idle for a year and a half in this dusty parking lot at the agricultural institute of marin. >> we couldn't drive it. it was dangerous. >> the group had already done the seemingly impossible, converting the ordinary truck into this. a farmer's market on wheels. >> to bring local food that is healthy so that everyone has access to it. >> the group that shipped the truck by boat all the way to france, where builders turned it into a convertible storefront, complete with refrigerators and plumbing. it came back to great excitement and a brick wall. >> it's beyond frustrating. >> it turned out the mercedes had one of those potentially dangerous takata air bags. it could explode, shoot out metal pieces and maybe kill someone. >> so i can't in good conscience let anyone i know that works here drive that vehicle. >> with millions of air bags under recall, there simply aren't enough replacements for
everyone. mercedes told the marin group to just wait. a year and a half later, it was still waiting. >> where are we on the list? we don't know. let's find out if 7 on your side can help us. >> we did. we contacted mercedes. it searched the globe, found an air bag, had it installed, and a year later, the truck has all the permits, a bright new look, a catchy new name. >> we have finally launched the rolling route our mobile farmer's market. >> a full load of fresh produce on its first day. legions of fans. >> we bought green beans, on tomatoes. >> it's a great idea, especially for people that don't drive. >> folks at the marin valley mobile home park flocked to buy food, many unaware of the saga of the trip. >> wow, they shipped to it france. >> they finally got the air bag? oh, you got it, yay! we appreciate you. >> thank you, channel 7.
>> the truck will roll out every thursday with locally grown foods. it will stop at three or four locations where seniors live. now i posted a link on abc7news.com so you can find out where it will be and when. now i want to hear from you. if you have a problem takata air bag or anything else, get ahold of my 7 on your side hotline on monday through friday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. that number 415-954-8151. you can reach me on my facebook page at abc7news.com. actually, the takata air bags are millions and millions and millions that still need to be replaced. we can't get an individual one. i'm just telling you. >> but don't wait a year and a half to call michael and 7 on your side. thanks a lot. jump up ♪ >> a special street show in san francisco. abc 7 news is at fisherman's wharf as they entertained the
crowds. it's a nonprofit group that takes in youth from nicaragua. some are orphans or gangs and have been trafkd. it gives the group a chance to shine and show their talent. >> drugs too, but that was in the past. now like five years ago, i find the group, and i think that i don't know perfect, but i'm a better person. >> capital on the edge also provides these kids with housing, food, clothing, and an education. >> i think we were on the edge watching them, hope they don't fall or anything. >> i can't do that on two hands. spencer joins us again with an update on the forecast. >> or even all fours for me. here is look at what's going to happen overnight. we'll see a little bit of fog pushing in from the coast out over the bay. maybe a patch or two and overnight lows mid- to upper 50s. tomorrow's highs under sunny skies will be up to about 60 on the coast. low to mid-70s around the bay. upper 80s to near 90 inland. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. look at the nice warmin trend.
inland friday, upper 90s inland to near 100 in some spots on saturday. lots of 80s around the bay. it's going to be a nice warm weekend. mid-90s sunday. but minor cooling on monday and temperatures start to gradually taper off into a more seasonal range. >> what's this look you have on your face? >> i don't know. i can't see it. >> he's not too excited. >> larry beil joins us live now from oakland with sports. larry? >> thank you, eric. you guys are all smiling and happy. it's a lot like the warriors fans here. the team is getting ready to premier its championship movie. it's all about the championship season. and it turns out it was produced by klay thompson's uncle. we'll talk with him coming up. also, some football news. the 49ers and the texans getting ready for their preseason game this weekend. starting off with a brawl.
now abc 7 sports with larry beil. >> good evening, everybody. larry beil, we're live at the grand lake heater in oakland where the warriors in just a few minutes will be premiering their championship film. they've got some season ticketholders, other select fans on hand, and here is a sneak peek courtesy of nba entertainment. >> we want everybody to be who they are. we want everybody to have that confidence in themselves that they can do amazing things out
there on the floor. it's a team game. everybody had a part in it. >> the documentary is a journey from the opening of training camp until the team's victory parade. it includes some behind-the-scenes footage as well as interviews. if you couldn't make it down to the premier tonight, the dvd is available. it's called "dub nation reigns" and it's available for fans to purchase at the nba store.com. it will also be up on itunes as well for download. the movie's producer is andy thompson. yeah, recognize the name? he is klay thompson's uncle. it's been a great year for the thompson family. >> that's a good call, yeah. it started in '87 when i first joined the nba. i documented my brother's first championships with the lakers. so here we are, what it is now, 30 years later? michael has two. now klay can say he has bragging rights. he has three. it's ban crazy run for the thompson family. >> the unique thing that you have that i wish we had is the
unlimited access basically that you get. what's in this film that we may look at and go whoa, i didn't know that happened? >> some of the stuff i can't tell you, because it's awesome. >> they're going to see it in half an hour. >> not everything that we capture is actually in the film. >> okay. so some of this stuff that's a little bit more secretive, we kind of keep out because they have to have approval. but i think the main thing i want people the take away from it is that this team, even as great as they are, that these are great guys. they're easy to work with. you know, with guys as big as steph and kd and klay, he goes on huge, as you would expect. so it makes our jobs as producers and cameramen a lot easier to follow and be a fly on the wall because they're professional. they allow us to do our job, and they go about doing theirs. circumstances there any particular anecdote that you can share with us that struck you when you saw it on tape and went wow, that's powerful? >> i think the way this team is collectively all involved in solving problems.
steve a great head coach. and i think he takes a lot of his coaching philosophy from phil jackson. in 1998 i followed michael in his last championship, and steve was on that team. and steve and the rest of the guys were very collaborate are e i and how they would guard teams. and the warriors are that way too. >> andy wasn't givingany of his secrets. the a's going for a sweep of the mariners. starting pitching in this game was great. mike leake for seattle versus brett anderson for the a's. and they weren't around for the decision because this game was scoreless into extra innings. mariners with runners at the corners in the ninth. but fernando rodney slams the door by striking out former giant denard span. still no score in the 10th. ramon lore yiriano. but a check swing. to the 11, seattle had runners
at the corners. and kyle seager pops up. yusmeiro petit with only one bomb this entire season. the mariners enjoy a sweep. they win 2-0 in 12. we sweep a game and a half of the first place astros. playing the rockies tonight. let's get to the nfl because the 49ers will play the texans on saturday in houston. they flew down early for a couple of joint practices. it did not take long for things to get hot. there was a fight, a brawl between wide receiver deandre hawkins. it happened on the first play of the joint practice. so both players were immediately ejected. later they got together and they shook hands. but that is completely unproductive when you have a fight like that, because you want to see your best guy going against their best guy. i'm not sure how it ranks, if you compare to puig versus hundley last night. but that leads us into the giants and dodgers who are playing tonight in l.a.
that's a wrap from oakland. larry beil. >> all the drama have. fun out there, larry. >> and that's 40 this edition of abc 7 news. look for breaking news any time on the abc 7 news app. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm dion lim. for all of us here at abc 7 news, spencer christian, larry beil, the entire abc 7 news team. have a great night. >> see you later.
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