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homeowners can't burn dedebris. >> there was a work ship for business owners to plan ahead in case pg&e turns off power which it could do in times of high fire risk. >> we are joined live with liz, give us an idea what it was like there. >> reporter: hi, good evening, dion and dan. when pg&e shut off power, we talked to busines owners concerned about the power shut offs same here today. this workshop went on for two hours. had a descent size turn out and there was a lot of people with a lot of questions about what these shutoffs mean for them. pg&e's planned power outages are meant to save lives but many business owners fear it will hurt business. >> it's a business disruption losing power and refrigeration and losing their internet connections. having to shut down. >> reporter: those concerns so
great several business owners in mill valley gathered for a community workshop today on what to do if these planned shut ddos happen. >> we can't tell our clients, we don't have power, call you next week. that's not an option. >> reporter: dave jeffreys is a public safety consultant. he's been holding these meetings across marin county. >> we want them to have a plan to put into place like the plans the local public safety is creating so that their plan the day this occurs is not just call 911. >> reporter: parts of mill valley are considered to be in tier three, areas with the most extreme risk while power has not been shut off there yet, mill valley fire chief tom welch believes it's almost inevitable it will happen. >> typically the power outages come with a high fire danger. we get those days about eight to ten to 12 days out of year, red flag warnings and so i do anticipate they will be shutting the power off. >> reporter: without much guidance, no sense when or how long the outages could occur.
business owners have no choice but to come up with new ways to do their business. >> rang up sells the old fashion way. imprint instead of computer because it's down. >> we'll look into whether there is an affordable satellite, you know, provider out there and whether our building will allow us to put it up on the roof. >> reporter: obviously, getting a generator is another option for these store owners. they also said that for restaurants, they should be maybe reconsider how much frozen food they use. there is still a lot of unanswered questions and hopefully we'll learn more over time but you know, at this point, a lot of these business owners we talked to today said they are basically accepting this is their new reality. >> much appreciated, liz, thanks. if your power gets turned out, you want an emergency plan in place and now is the time to make the plans. pg&e is sending customers in fire zones letters with information on how to get ready and these are some tips that abc
7 have been sharing for years. plan for medical needs like freezing blocks of ice to chill medication that needs refrigeration and finding ways to charge medical devices and knowing how to manually open your garage door and having a backup plan to charge your cell phone with hard copies of emergency telephone numbers and make sure your emergency kit is fully stocked and all of the supplies in it are fresh. we have information at abc7news.com to help you get those kids together. now, looking live at the camera atop mount tam in the north bay, fire conditions aren't bad but can change quickly of course. drew too drew tuma is here with a look ahead. summer starts friday, right? >> we'll find summer arriving friday morning but thankfully, today no intense heat across the region keeping the fire threat low. outside we go. the picture just beginning to see the fog creep in on the
bottom half of your picture but temperatures right now actually warmer than they were this time yesterday by 11 degrees in livermore, one degree in the city, seven in mountain view. wide range. 57 half moon bay and 85 concord and 92 is our warmest spot in brentwood. future weather. tuesday morning, what you will find the fog not as wide spread tomorrow morning as it was this morning. so it's a sunny start for many of us on tuesday. look how hot we get tomorrow in the full accuweather forecast in a few minutes dion. >> thank you. one of the two men blamed for the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire took the stand. max harris took the stand saying the rules were loose and nobody was really in charge. abc 7 leslie brinkley with m on his side of the story. >> reporter: as max harris took the stand today, the judge set up an overflow room so scores of families with an emotional connection to the case could hear the testimony.
>> he's been in custody for two years waiting to tell his story. waiting to connect with the jury and waiting to tell the truth. >> reporter: harris facing 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter wore a suit as he calmly addressed the jury. he testified that the prosecution's photo evidence did not accurately represent the arrangement of furniture the night of the fire. >> when he recognized it, he was shouting fire, ran to his space in the warehouse, got the fire extinguisher, ran towards the flames. shot the fire extinguisher towards the flames and realized it was an effort. continued to shout, got on the phone with 911. >> prosecution witnesses described harris has having a leadership role at the ghost ship in charge of collecting rent and organizing events, but harris testified he really did cleanup duties in the warehouse including scrubbing toilets in exchange for staying there. as for collecting rent money, he said i put it in a can, i got on
my bicycle and road to wells fargo. victims' families who listened to the testimony said he didn't seem remorseful. >> we the families, we've been and he never said anything about all the lives that were lost. he was only concerned about the stuff that he lost, all his materi material listuff. >> reporter: harris will be back on the stand in the morning and i spoke to the other that will take the stand next week. in oakland, i'm leslie brinkley, abc 7 news. new details on the series of crashes on 101 yesterday in palo alto. we're waiting to hear whether alcohol or drugs played a role in a collision that killed a wrong way driver. the chp identified three victims hurt in a chain reaction wreck that took place moments after the first collision. two of them are women from san
jose and the third is from cooper tino. one remains hospital lie hospitz major injuries, the others had minor injuries. detectives claim 56-year-old anthony robert gomez threatened officers by pretending to have a hand gun. it turns out, he was holding a block of wood. police confronted gomez after witnesses say he pulled out a machete and exposed himself to children. alameda county prosecutors are also investigating the deadly shooting. abc 7 news is committed to building a better bay area. sometimes the building part is quite literally. oakland's biggest private employer kizer plans to construct one of the largest buildings in oakland. the 28-story tall building be on 21st between telegraph and broadway across the street from the para month theater there say
hamburger restaurant that will be torn down and a city parking garage that will be deconstructed. kizer occupies seven buildings in oakland and will consolidate all operations into this one new one we're talking about. the skyscraper won't be taller than san francisco's sales force tower but larger with 1.6 million square feet of space. abc 7 news reporter is live with the message kizer's commitment is sending to the entire bay area, not just oakland. >> reporter: that's right, dan. oakland mayor says today's keyword is big. this is the site where the thooif bui thoo thrive building will be built. they say kizer is sending a big message that oakland is open for business. there is kiz kizaiser permanente's ceo. >> we have enjoyed a wonderful partnership with oakland, california. it is our home. it has been our home.
>> reporter: kaiser's announcement to build and buy in oakland sends a strong message to the business community says mayor libby shaft. >> this is worth investing in. >> reporter: she hopes with kaiser in oakland, it will attract businesses in town following recent setbacks. in 2015 uber bought the former sears building called uptown station with plans to expand in oakland but in 2017 they sold. oakland is plagued by high crime and homeless issues that can impact businesses looking at quality of life issues for employees. the city thinks kaiser's move will help them through some of the hurdles. >> we see that as a positive for job development, for the participation of small local and bringing more businesses so we really think this is as the mayor said a big project in so many ways. >> joshua simon who runs the nonprofit in oakland says the building will also be a big boost for local businesses.
as it provides community meeting spaces and other resources and he's encouraged by a commitment to the local work force. >> they are investing in affordable housing in the area and that investment was done as a challenge grant to other corporations to say if you're coming to this area, you should also be investing in afford b t affordability for the work force. >> reporter: the mayor says the announcement is big news and there are other big developments happening. the online app square and blue shield are also looking to move to oakland within the next year. reporting live in oakland, abc 7 news. all right. thanks. from putting up new buildings to tearing down old ones, building a bay area takes all forms. >> at 6:30 see what changes one south bay city wants to make that could make this process better for the environment and better for the bay area. you like this? >> i love it. >> i'm rusty. >> you're rusty? now you tell me?
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our efforts to build a better bay area is transit. two goals really to give commuters answers and encourage them to take action. passengers may have felt like what you're seeing in this image bart tweeted crammed in line and crammed in line sardines? bart has a plan to increase the number of passengers who can travel through the chance bay
two. bart applied for federal funding and bart hopes passengers will urge elected leaders to provide the money. that's why they are going out on social media. bart will host the race for space town hall on thursday between noon and 1:00 p.m. the twitter handle is @sf bart. abc 7 news devoted a week to covering bart as part of the commitment to building a better bay area. you can see the stories on abc7news.com building a better bart is part of building a better bay area. the dmv is back up this afternoon after network issues caused parts of the system to crash. abc 7 news was at an office in san jose during the problem. driver's licenses and i.d. card transactions were stalled for about an hour and a half starting at 9:30 this morning. vehicle registration and online transactions, those were not impacted. so that's a big slowdown if
you have a need for speed, this story is for you. sonoma raceway something old is new again and nascar comes to town this week. >> its section of a track and an unusual name and reputation, wayne freedman has more from sonoma county. >> reporter: it seemed too quiet this morning when this qualifies as the fastest vehicle on the track you know it can't last. and it didn't. >> whoa. in the tv news business we call this riding the elephant, usually when the circus comes to town. this week that's nascar and the toyota save mart 350 when the elephant driver is a two-time daytona 500 champion michael waldrop. it's a no-brainer. you like this? >> i love it. i'm rusty. >> you're rusty? now you tell me? >> we were doing 110 and pulling two gs at the time that guy
remembers the waiver he signed and the helmet that sort of fit. did we have lunch yet? the main attraction, a winding stretch of track they haven't use in 20 years. why do they call it the carous l carousal? >> i don't know. >> the section drops 135 feet. >> it's a blind entry into a corner. high-speed blind entry. literally going uphill you can't see the road and when you tip over that top, you got to get down to the left. >> if you or i drove like mike on our commute home we might wind up in jail or a hospital bed. is this being in nascar? >> no. >> you're my favorite. you just said give me what you got, mike. ain't nothing. i was giving it all i got. >> nice talking to you. >> good ride, bud, appreciate ya. >> at sonoma raceway. >> they didn't have any fun out there today. >> not at all. i wonder if our boss knew before or after? >> i don't know.
good stuff. >> fun. california has some of the highest gas prices in country at $3.80 a gallon but get ready to pay more. >> the price is going up 5.6 cents signed by governor brown to fix ageing road ways and infrastructure. >> the goal is to make roadways better with tax dollars but there was an attempt to reveal the bill but it failed. >> you'll be paying more in tax but because stations haven't caught up to the decline in whole sale prices, they may not have to raise prices immediately. >> gas prices have gone down because of the china u.s. trade battle slowing the economy and u.s. oil inventory has gone up 13%. officials say the gas tax will generate about $54 billion in ten years time. for the first time ever, the pride flag is flying above california's capital. governor gavin newsom's office tweeted this pride flag waving
in the wind. it flies -- that honors prisoners of war and veterans missing in action. >> this month marks the 50th anniversary of the 1969 stone wall uprising considered to be the birth of the modern lgbtq rights movement. let's
turn our attention to the weather forecast as we start another week and summer is officially arriving this week. >> yeah, i think a lot of us have something to smile about, drew. what do you think? >> i think so. summer will officially arrive friday morning and the last couple days of spring the temperatures will cooperate. live doppler seven with satellite will show you that cloud cover right up against the coastline right now but it will not be as wide spread overnight tonight as it was last night. the east bay hills camera right now showing you a lot of sunshine around the bay, a thin marine layer engulfing right now
but the eastern half dealing with sunny skies for the current hour. the next couple days, what will happen tonight our marine layer is going to get compressed over the next 12 hours. the fog not wide spread. much of the
bay area dealing with mostly skies tonight. lots of sunshine tomorrow to a warm day on our tuesday and then we'll track a gradual cooldown as the final full day of spring around here on thursday. right now a little far, mixed bag of temperatures with the marine influence close to the coast. brentwood is hot inland 91 and 77 san jose and 76 in napa and gilroy 77. as we take a look at live doppler 7 along with satellite, here is the big picture. you can actually see the fog shrinking over the past couple of hours. here is the reason why big area of high pressure will inch it's way to california overnight
tonight and it will help shrink the fog. overnight tonight we'll find clouds along the coastline not out of the question close to the ocean we could find a little bit of drizzle, otherwise, it's a mixture of stars and clouds for many of us and temperatures in the upper 50s overnight tonight. we'll time out that cloud cover for you watch the clock early tomorrow morning, tuesday morning, 7:00 in the morning with patchy fog away from the coast along the bay shoreline and any patchy fog we have will burn off so a lot of sunshine into the afternoon. highs in the micro climate south bay on tuesday, 84 for san jose. 82 cooper tino and along the peninsula, sunny and warm 80 for palo alto and 78 san mateo. downtown san francisco, we'll see a good amount of sunshine tomorrow afternoon. 67. a little warmer in the city tomorrow than today. 64 the high in daly city. into the north bay 80 the high for psan ra rafael.
lots of splendid 70s. 79 in union city and 77 castro valley and inland we're close to 90 if not a few over 90 tomorrow. 93 in brentwood. 89 the high in walnut creek and 86 in san ramon and 87. here is the accuweather forecast. the next seven days for continuing that wide range of temperatures tuesday. kind of holding steady wednesday. there is that dip on the final full day of spring on thursday, summer arrives on friday and the weekend looking nice. saturday and sunday sunshine and hottest spots close to 90 away from the coast. >> i love how it's monday and looking at the weekend. >> no shame. >> thanks. the warriors lost to the raptors which means oakland's h mayor lost the bet with toronto's mayor.
how wild is this? 1.5 million people filled the streets of toronto to celebrate the raptors win in the a finals over the warriors. the people in this sea of arfo toronto's first nba title. kyle lowry showed off the championship trophy and kauai leonard proudly held up his mvp trophy. the celebrations, though, were marched by violence.
at least four were hurt in shootings and police made three arrests. >> unusual to hear that happening in canada. by losing the game, oakland's mayor libby shaft lost a bet. >> mayor shaft made good on her promise. take a look. shaft showed off a table full of oakland swag she is sending north to pay off the bet. >> cool, the haul includes locally made red bay coffee and old canned beer and perhaps a hidden surprise, a bottle of everett and jones barbecue sauce, good stuff. >> you're sending them hot. i don't know if the canadians are ready for hot. [ laughter ] >> what do you think? >> we should send them the hot because they beat us but we have other flavors, we have the mild and the medium but we definitely should send them the hot. >> oh. they can handle it. there were a lot of bay area winners, as well. a separate challenge held in both cities raised money for local food banks. the tally was $20,000 between marin and the alameda county
food banks translates into 45,000 meals. >> good fund, good causes. the golden state warriors took out a full page ad in the tore reason toe st -- toronto star. isn't that classy? it shows steph curry hugging him. we congratulate the raptors on the achievement and bringing the 2019 nba championship to the city of toronto. jessica, a toronto resident with ties to the bay area took the photo and shared it with abc 7 news. >> nice to see. unforgettable final season for the warriors in oakland and abc 7 news put together a special send off from fans and workers at oracle. you can watch 47 seasons of golden good-bye on all of the abc 7 platforms including amazon fired it's one of the most watched videos and definitely worth that 14 minutes of your time. >> terrific program.
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but there is another option and it could help build a better bay area. >> yeah, that other option, recycling. a south bay city is going to start requiring it soon as part of a plan to be more environmentally responsible. >> chris ryes has the story from palo alto. >> reporter: this kind of construction debris is out of sight, out of mind for most people but it is a big environmental issue that palo alto is trying to address. demolition materials make up 46% of their landfill waste. >> for too long, we've not done a good job at construction sites of sorting material and getting it recycled or reused and we need to do that. >> reporter: we saw for
ourselves why demolition debris can be such a problem. >> directly behind us, this is what demolition material looks like. plastic, more carpet, things with e can't necessarily recycle on the back end other than wood and metals. we seen bathtub sinks to porcelain. >> reporter: by july 1st, 2020 construction sites have to play by a different set of rules with a sweeping plastics bans as part of the zero waste initiative the palo alto city counsel will require crews to deconstruct rather than demolish. >> you can't just smash it and combine everythig because then it's harder to either recycle it or salvage it. >> deconstruction is a manicured step. what you're actually going into a project and taking out certain pieces with much care and much handle. >> reporter: city counsel estimates it will affect dozens of projects in palo alto next year. >> it's labor intensive. it will take more care to take the material off of the site
versus actually just piling up into a bin and being able to bring into a facility like us. >> we're not going to hold up the permit process for this. new at 6:00 a new study shows the number of california high schools offering computer science is up slightly over the past three years but the state still has a long way to go in this regard.o cf1 o research found 39% of state high schools offer at least one computer science class but 61% have none at all. the latest data from 2017 shows just 3% of california high school students enrolled in a computer science course. a silicon valley startup is getting the chance to try out autonomous pizza delivery with domi dominos. it's base in mountain view. dominos announced it will use neuro vehicles to deliver pizzas without a driver in houston later this year. customers can place an order online, track the vehicle's location and retrieve their
pizza from the vehicle using a special code. dominos has been testing autonomous delivery in various ways for the last two years. there are thousands of kids in california who go hungry during the summer and school is out and many families living in under served communities don't know where to go to get breakfast or lunch. >> that's why ayesha curry joins forces with a program called no kid hungry to raise awareness. finding a summer meal is as easy as texting someone. >> that is correct. a tomato is actually a fruit and not a vegetable. >> reporter: ayesha curry is known for her food and lifestyle ventures and today she seemed comfortable as her role as am bo ambassador of no kid hungry. kids don't know where to go to get a free breakfast and lunch. >> just for me as a mom, i feel like that shouldn't be happening. makes me want to cry. but it's something that's so
solvable. >> reporter: the problem is that many families don't know where to go. >> six of the seven kids rely on free or reduced price lunch during the school year are not accessing supper memmer meals sa huge gap. >> reporter: text food to 877-877. and once you text your zip code, just like that, you get a whole list of sites near you. by the way, the message is also in spanish. [speaking foreign language] curry is the host, judge and executive producer of abc's upcoming summer series called family food fight. a cooking competition for families that area this thursday at 9:00 p.m. celebrity chefs have the obligation to reach out to kids and teach them how to eat healthy. these kids today know why they should stay away from unhealthy foods, well, sort of. >> you will get fat and that's not a good thing because like
you might die. >> my favorite vegetable is lettuce, carrot, apple. >> reporter: the no kid hungry campaign started four years ago and every year reaching more families. >> great to see. now ayesha curry's event is evei example how abc 7 is inspiring people to make an impact in their communities. smmer of service will officially launch july 1st and run through september to inspire to create the future they imagine through volunteering. >> very powerful. 25 years ago, remember, we were glued, absolutely riveted to our television screens. >> how could you forget? o.j. simpson in a white ford bronco led police on a slow-speed chase through los angeles. we'll get a closer look back next. a life-lodge beetles fan bought tickets to the paul
jeans a staple. she grew up in one of america's wealthiest families before becoming a famous fashion designer, vanderbelt acted in television. anderson cooper, her son said she died at 95 from stomach cancer. she was surrounded by family and friends. here is a question, do you remember where you were 25 years ago? >> absolutely. it's been a quarter of a century since the infamous white bronco chase. >> david from our sister station in los angeles goes through the timeline of that day. >> los angeles police deputy right now is actively searching for mr. simpson. >> rumors had been circulating, now confirmation. >> today my office filed murder charges against o.j. simpson for the deaths of nicole brown simpson and ronald lisle
goldman. as of this time, approximately 3:00 p.m. no one knows where he is. >> at 5:00 p.m. long-time o.j. friend robert kardashian reads a letter written by simpson. >> if we had a problem, it's because i loved her so much. >> he ends his letter with the phrase i've had a great life. at 5:51 a breakthrough, simpson calls 911 and as many predicted has the gun to his head. >> i'm just going to leave. i'm going to go with nicole. that's all i'm going to do. >> police trace his location to the five freeway in santa ana. he's in a white ford bronco and his best friend is >> a possible 187. >> the chp finds him in just minutes. so do we. from the air and the ground. it was real life playing out like the ultimate television drama. the star was someone adored for decades but now living a
nightmarish fall from grace. 95 million people watched. domino's pizza reported record sales because people couldn't pull themselves away. >> occupied by a male black. northbound five red hill. >> 911, what are you reporting? >> this is a.c. i have o.j. in the car. he's still alive but got a gun to haze head. he just wants to see his mother. >> al tried to get o.j. home there was gridlock as people desperately tried to get a glimpse of the white bronco. when they exit the 405 at sunset, the crowds were waiting. >> stay back, everybody. >> here is o.j. simpson, yes, indeed, it would appear that he is in fact trying to reach his neighborhood if you will. >> at 7:57, the white bronco arrives at simpson's brent wood home finally at 8:47, simpson surrenders in a scene being driven away ending one of the most bizarre moments in
television history but it was only the beginning of a brewing storm. >> bizarre is a great word to use. it was surreal that day as you remember. couldn't believe it. followed o.j. simpson as a football player as so many did and then this. >> hard to believe it's been 25 years believe it or not. >> yeah. >> that was david ono reporting. kim goldman will be on "midday live" tomorrow starting at 11:of "the view" and goes until noon. >> stay with us, summer officially starts on friday and temperatures are warming up just in time. drew has the seven-day forec oh! ♪ ozempic®! ♪ (announcer) people with type 2 diabetes are excited about the potential
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concert tickets can be pricey but a san jose woman thought it was worth it. >> sure, she's a lifelong fan of paul mccartney on tour. she scored tickets but her dream to see him in concert fell apart. >> that is until she came to 7 on your side's michael finney for help. >> i know you buy a lot of tickets. >> yeah. >> do you buy a lot? >> a good amount. >> you spend some money on these things. our viewers spent hundreds of dollars for two tickets but never received them and the concert is next week.
the time ticking away, she contacted me. >> i love paul mccartney. i love the >> when margarita heard paul mccartney was on tour, she wasted in time. she went online and bought two tickets to the concert in phoenix to make a vacation out of it. >> i thought it would be a wonderful road trip with him. >> i mean, i really listen to paul mccartney but i know he's a really good musician. >> her son deyeiego and only 17d not too familiar with this. >> he was game to go. ♪ ♪ >> even learned a couple of songs. >> this is the perfect opportunity to maybe start getting into the classics and be with my mom. >> there was just one problem. >> the time is getting short and i'm thinking i need my tickets. >> those concert tickets she bought, they never arrived. the concert is next week. >> i'm going to have to face telling my son we don't have
tickets. >> she purchased the tickets on stubhub last september. stubhub did send her a package in october with this letter saying you bought these tickets. >> check your tickets, is everything correct but when i looked in the envelope, there was no tickets. >> at first, she thought it arrived separately. they never did. she called stubhub. >> one gentleman said let me try to talk to the seller. >> stubhub explained it's a marketplace for buying and selling tickets and it could not reach the seller. >> they said well, we can't do anything for you if the seller is not answering the phone. >> margarita was out $422 and more importantly, the concert trip was off. >> i felt taken for a fool. i was already facing not going to the concert and having that lifetime experience. >> she contacted 7 on your side we asked stubhub about the promise all tickets are guaranteed. it took action. giving margarita a $500 credit she used to buy tickets right
here in san jose. >> 7 on your side, thank you. all you need is tickets. >> stubhub says it's not clear what happened to those original tickets but they were part of a set and the seller could not reissue her tickets without invalidating the rest. stubhub said it was a rare glitch and promises to live up to the guarantee. now i want to hear from you on the 7 on your side hot line is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. you can also reach me on my facebook page and abc7news.com. >> very good. all right, thanks, michael. good job, as always. >> let's take a look at the weather feeling like summer. >> it is indeed. it is officially a rivalry. >> on friday summer officially begins with a solstice. temperatures in the 60s and 70s and the warmest spots mid 80s to low 90s. the wide range we typically see in june is in full effect now.
overnight tonight the fog is along the coast will develop patchy in nature along the bay shoreline so not over cast tomorrow morning as we were this morning. mid to upper 50s will settle overnight tonight. break down tuesday summed up at 5:48 in the morning and sunny throughout the afternoon and by 4:00, it's another mild to warm day. low 90 lsz in t 0s. 84 in san jose. warm in the south bay. 74 in oakland and 83 in santa rosa. holding steady the next couple days. a dip in the temperatures the final day of spring on thursday and summer arrives and warm up a bit just in time for the weekend. >> you did warn me this does not mean june blogloom is over. >> not yet. >> sharks spending big money. >> larry beil joining us now. >> this is impressive. sharks putting their money where their hopes are inner rick carlson's wallet. big bucks to
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that required surgery after the season. when healthy, karlsson is one of the best in the league and the move assures he'll be wearing teal for awhile. for a franchise that plans on contending for the cup for years to come. >> hey, everyone. just wanted to tell you how excited i am to be part of this organization for the upcoming eight years and i want to thank everybody from the fans to the staff to the entire organization especially my teammates for the support. you know for the year that i've been here so far and you know that played a big part in my ultimate decision to be a part of the sharks' family for a very long time. >> all right may have the best hair in the league. [ laughter ] the oakland a's agreed to terms with logan davidson most importa importantly, he does not play football. he's here to stay. he will play baseball. he'll take a tour of the oakland
coliseum with his family and agent. the 21-year-old switch hitting shortstop hit .290 with clemson's most valuable player last season. >> it's been surreal honestly. it's been different than what i expected. until i got here, i got the pen in my hand and started signing and forgot to write my name. got in the clubhouse just a different feel to it. it was pretty cool for sure just to be with my family here to share the experience with me. it's been awesome. >> we started scouting logan in high school. we seen him a lot over the years. switch hitter, power, we just like the way he plays the game, plays hard and plays with passion. >> we leave tomorrow morning to head out to burlington vermont to be with our league roster to start. how quickly it moves from there is up to him. >> may not be the champs any more but the warriors one of the classiest teams in the nba and took out a full page in the "toronto star" congratulating
the raptors. between 1.5 million and 2 million attended the parade. this was unbelievable. i couldn't stop watching it. a sea of humanity there. they haven't had a champ krions parade since 1993 and because of the lack of familiarity, it took them five and a half hours from the moment the players got on the bus until the end. people made fun of kawhi leonard, the laugh. he had the last laugh in front of canada. >> now we got a championship. thank you and like they said, enjoy this, enjoy this moment and have fun with it. ha, ha, ha, ha. [ cheers ] >> that is tremendous. this is classic, as well. zaza pachulia posted a get well message for klay thompson saying he wishes him a speedy recovery
and wants a rematch in the dunk competition. klay clearly in good spirits dealing with the knee injuries. quote, i still jump higher than you with one leg. klay has not lost his sense of humor but it occurred we won't have china klay this year because he usually goes to asia every summer and gets crazy and all the funny videos and no, he's got to rehab. too bad. >> bummer. >> that is a bummer. >> larry, thanks. >> join us tonight at 9:00 on kofy tv 20. you heard about a migrant detention center in the u.s. tonight, we're going to look at one on mexico southern border, what witnesses say is happening inside. >> then on abc 7 news at 11:00 a flag flight in the south bay.to pedestrians safe crossing the street but theare sparking a heated debate. >> those and more this evening but that is this edition of abc 7 news. look for breaking news whenever you like on the abc 7 news app. appreciate your time.
we had so many wonderful teenagers qualify for the teen tournament we presented earlier this year that we didn't want any of them to be wasted. so we decided to have a second teen tournament, and it starts right now. ♪ this is the... let's meet today's contestants-- an eighth grader from sioux falls, south dakota... a junior from macon, georgia... and a freshman from charlotte, north carolina... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"--alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen,
and welcome to our tournament, my favorite time of the year. hope your father's day was as pleasant and as enjoyable as mine was. we have a great cast of characters for the teen tournament this year. we have five seniors, six juniors, one sophomore, two freshmen, and as you just heard in our introductions, one grade eight student. so players, this is the first of our quarter-final matches. good luck. let's go to work. ♪ here are the categories for the three of you... oh, my. next... each correct response will begin with the letter "v," and finally... all you have to do is identify the country. teagan, off you go. viral challenges for $200, please.