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suspect. the third suspect is the only one behind bars. he may not be for much longer. >> the victim died in 2016. his last known whereabouts were meeting with his ex-girlfriend and the mother of his daughters. >> we have been covering the case since 2016. we have today's new details. >> reporter: this man free from custody for the first time in approximately 3 1/2 years. can you tell us what you are feeling? >> happy. >> reporter: the district attorney says justice was not served. >> as of today, there will be nobody held accountable. the evidence ultimately was not enough. >> reporter: prosecutors charged them with the murder. he is the father of her children. after 12 days of deliberations, the jury acquitted lee who has been released and was hung on
the other man. >> the question was, will we retry him? something could occur differently in another trial. i have concluded the answer to that was no. >> he was never guilty of the crime. it's the right decision. >> i felt the evidence was sufficient to prove the two of them were responsible for green's death. a jury told us otherwise. that is how our system works. >> reporter: at least one juror is questioning the decision. she asked we not show her face. >> we worked so hard. i now have to rely on exactly what colleen relies on, which is karma and the fact these people have to live with what they did. >> sometimes cases don't measure up. >> reporter: he could still be charged again later. >> as you know, there's no statute of limitations as to murder. >> reporter: the jury acquitted lee, she cannot be charged again by the state of california. the bodyguard and trainer who faced accessory to murder charges for dumbing green's body
remains in custody. prosecutors cut a deal with him but ultimately did not call him as a witness. the district attorney says if he could turn back the clock, he would have never cut that deal. still, he says he does not believe the jury would have convicted him on murder charges. he will be sentenced on january 10 on the accessory to murder charges that he pleaded guilty to. it's possible at this point, he served all the time he will be sentenced to and could be released that day. a journalist was in the courtroom for almost every day of the trial. his name is ed walsh. he is usually behind the scenes here. melanie spoke to him today. his perspective is at 6:00. >> that moment in court, the moment this morning, it lasted about a minute when they said he was not going to be tried, he
was going to be set free today, that was such a dramatic moment in court. for me it was dramatic as well, even though i knew it was coming. i would have been shocked if it went the other way. still, it was shocking. i lived this case for three years, three and a half years. i was having nightmares about this case last night. i was having trouble sleeping. i was like, that kind of stress that i'm feeling as a reporter covering this case is multiplied by the victim's family, relatives of the defendants, by the attorneys involved. i get a sense what have they must be going through. >> ed is a good journalist. watch the unedited interview with him on abc7.com. find all of our reporting that we have done since the case began in 2016. moving on. there's not much to show today on live depp looppler 7 but tha going to change soon. spencer is here with us tracking the next storm. >> that's right.
our next storm is going to arrive over the weekend. it's a three-day rain event. we will skip ahead to christmas to show you what may be happening around christmastime. here is live doppler 7. quiet right now. look at this forecast starting at 12:00 a.m. christmas evening. that's next tuesday morning. it will be increasingly cloudy throughout the day and then christmas eve evening, that night, rain developing offshore. snow developing over in the sierra. check this out. christmas morning, a lot of rain offshore, close to the bay area. snow increasing over in the sierra. overnight, christmas night into the day after, we see the rain coming in for december 26. if you are returning gifts tha day, you may want to carry an umbrella or a gift umbrella as you go out the door. i will show you our next storm, the weekend one, in a few minutes. >> thanks, spencer. a homeowner is feeling lucky as a tree landed on his house
and caused extensive damage. crews worked carefully to remove parts of the oak piece by piece from the roof along ferndale way. the home is red tagged. no one can go inside until all of the tree is removed. a hole in the roof is covered. firefighters believe rain may have caused this tree to topple. >> the root was very muddy because of the rain we have had for the last month or so. that tree obviously fell over because of its own weight. >> after the rains came, well, there's no fire risk at the moment. now i see other risks. >> tree experts say years of drought can damage a tree's root system so it's more likely to fall when the weather gets wet again. final exams are being rescheduled at san francisco state after several buildings were evacuated because of a bomb threat. the campus is still closed. the buildings are being searched. the threat came in after 2:00
this afternoon. the school sent alerts telling people to evacuate, including dozens attending the school of nursing graduation ceremony. there are concerns about racial harassment at a high school. the principal has sent a letter to parents informing them of race-related incidents involving students. eric thomas has more. >> i don't think it's about this area. i think we have seen it everywhere. >> reporter: this spokesman telling me that this area is far from the only place dealing with racial harassment. here it's gotten bad enough that the principal sent home a troubling letter december 6. >> the first one said we were frustrating we were getting reports of racial harassment. >> reporter: yesterday, another letter went out. >> we had more incidents reported to us throughout this week. >> reporter: in one, in an online chat room, a student called the african-american male she was talking with the n word. >> it doesn't surprise me based
on what the climate of the country right now. >> reporter: this woman says her son was the target of racist graffiti written inside a boy's bathroom in 2016. >> it stays with you. they are hurtful. >> reporter: her son graduated last year. she credits school officials with trying to improve things. >> there's always going to be hate. there's always going to be fateful words. i think it's really a matter of how we address it as adults. >> reporter: they are not identifying the student. they say there are programs from inside and outside the district to reduce racial animosity and increase understanding. officials vow to keep trying and say there will be repercussions. >> we will follow the code and there will be consequences. >> reporter: the principal says, they will not shrink away from racism. instead, they will confront it and talk about it openly. in hopes of making more progress this time.
in danville, eric thomas, abc 7 news. sadly, another pedestrian has been killed on san jose streets as the city inches closer to an all-time annual high for traffic-related fatalities. this comes after a separate deadly collision in the neighboring town involving a city council candidate. we have more now from the south bay. >> reporter: tonight, a makeshift memorial honors an 85-year-old woman killed in this intersection. she was in a marked crosswalk but police say she wasn't able to fully cross before the light turned green and ended up getting hit. in this case, the driver stayed on scene and is cooperating with the investigation. we spoke to this man, chairman of the san jose bicycle and pedestrian safety advisory committee. >> there affects everybody. we're all a pedestrian at some point. we get in a car. we're not safe from this problem. >> reporter: the city has narrowed some streets to help
reduce speed. installed bike lanes. upgraded select crosswalks as part of its vision zero safety initiative. the tragedy now marks the 59th traffic-related fatality of the year, just one short of the all-time high recorded in 2015. the incident comes just days after a devastating collision nearby. monday morning, a city counsel candidate struck and killed a 66-year-old man. she serves as president and co-founder of women's march bay area released a statement saying in part, my heart goes out to the man's family and loved ones as they are suffering this tragic loss. words cannot adequately express my sorrow and i ask for your support in sending your thoughts and condolences to the devastated family. it's unclear if she will continue her pain. the collision and its cause remain under investigation. >> there's no more important job
than keeping your eyes on the road and looking out for people that are pedestrians, bicyclists. they are often tough to see in rain and inclement weather and the dark. it's important to be vigilant when driving. five miles per hour can make a difference between life and death when a car hits a person. >> people don't understand the difference between 25 and 30 miles an hour is big in that you are twice as likely to kill somebody. >> twice as likely for it to be fatal. with help from the sfmta and the cow palace parking lot, we tested braking distances in a simulated crosswalk. see the results on our website. city council will vote on a temporary ban on short-term rentals. it comes after a shooting on halloween that left five people dead. if approved, non-hosted rentals would be banned for 45 days.
property owners would be required to be on the property during the rental term. tonight's meeting starts at 7:00. a surprising development in a class action lawsuit against fastrak and the golden gate bridge district. >> you are looking at the bridge live. the traffic is light right now. the suit does claim the toll authorities wrongly charge penalties to thousands of california drivers. >> just as a trial was about to begin, fastrak filed a motion saying the lawyers who brought the lawsuit should be thrown off the case. >> we have been watching this case. it stopped the whole trial. >> this is amazing. this could also mean throwing out the entire lawsuit filed on behalf of millions of bay area motorists, maybe, probably you. why? the public agency says the attorneys who brought the lawsuit illegally spoke with one of the witnesses. that would disqualify them from trying the case. the statute of limitations runs
out january 2. in the last hour, a judge agreed to start the trial. will decide later whether or not to disqualify the plaintiffs' attorneys. without a legal team, of course, the suit could be in jeopardy. here is what's at stake. the lawsuit claims that tolling agencies illegally charged toll evasion penalties to thousands of motorists after the golden gate bridge switched to all electronic tolling in 2013. the agencies say they have improved the system but want to keep the new policies a secret or they say we might use the information to avoid paying tolls. the toll authority tried to ban the public from the courtroom during testimony about those policies. 7 on your side objected to that. a judge ruled the trial will remain open. the judge said the public agencies can keep their policies secret. 7 on your side objected to that, too and still not clear what
they are trying to hide from you and me. >> unfortunately, the agencies have taken a position that pretty much since the beginning that the public is out to get them. >> pardon me. this is important that i get this exactly right. in today's action, the tolling agencies claim the attorneys who brought the lawsuit talked to a former fastrak employee instead of going through the person's attorney. the attorneys say they did nothing wrong and claim it's a delay tactic to jeopardize the case. >> interesting. important. >> thanks. >> michael will be back with us in 30 minutes. an update on a 7 on your side investigation into the dog training business that could get a lot more tension in the new year. >> don't be afraid to help. a good samaritan is honored for the actions she took during a deadly encounter on bart. she has advice for all of us in
a family is thankful to be alive after a one alarm fire destroyed their home early this morning. the christmas presents inside were also lost. they are on north 19th street. firefighters went back to donate gifts to the family. they posted these pictures on facebook. the gifts have been donated by the community as part of their holiday toy drive. an 11-year-old is being called a hero thanks to her fast thinking. >> i woke up and i went to check my elf on the shelf. i went back inside my room. then all i saw was black smoke.
i saw fire. >> thankful for that elf on the shelf. she immediately knew it was a fire when she saw the smoke and got her family out of the house. there's a go fund me page for the family. it raised more than $7,000. the good samaritan who comforted a man who was stabbed to death has been honored. we were there as it happened this morning. >> reporter: she isn't sure why she has this certificate. why she is being praised. sophia said rushing over to help a stabbing victim on a bart train should not be considered extraordinary. >> more people should have that sort of mindset to help others. whereas, so that it wouldn't necessarily be so amazing that just people naturally just help people. >> the board considers it amazing and called her a super hero today for what she did on the bart train last month.
>> while other passengers fled the train to avoid the incident, she stayed so she could contact the police and to help tell the story of what happened. >> she saw a man stab tyrone williams. she knew she needed to stop the bleeding. she talked with him to keep him alert. >> she lifted herself from her chair, lunged on the floor and wiggled over to the stab victim. >> she wanted to make sure during her moment of recognition today that her fellow passengers were not cast in a bad light. >> a lot of the people who fled while the stabbing was going on, that was the wisest decision for them. i don't think that they made a wrong choice. you do also have to keep your own safety in mind. >> ironically, tyrone was trying to help. she says he was trying to stop a man from stealing the shoes off a sleeping passenger. his intervention cost him his life. she hopes that won't discourage others. >> tragic and crazy he ended up
dieing because of it. don't be afraid to help. a majority of the time it's not going to end some something so tragic. >> she has met tyrone williams' family and she says they tell her they consider her part of the family. >> a remarkable person. an alternative to cars returned to the streets of san francisco. electric bikes are back in the bike share system called bay wheels. we spotted this one downtown. they were pulled off the streets in july because the batteries caught fire. no one was hurt. over the past few months, bay wheels decided to change battery suppliers. san francisco will get 4,000 bikes over the next six months. e-bikes returned to san jose last month. there's no timetable for their return to the east bay. good day to ride your bike, be outside.
>> it's dry. but rain is coming. spencer is tracking it for us. >> i am doing that. rain is getting closer. it's dry so far. live doppler 7, no green on the radar. that means no precipitation. this is a view of partly cloudy skies over the skyline of san francisco, looking for our abc 7 camera. these are our temperature readings. 57 at san francisco. upper 50s in oakland and redwood city. san jose, 54. 55 at half moon bay. a nice view looking westward. temperatures in the low to mid 50s at santa rosa. 50 at fairfield. concord, 56. one more live view looking down. these are our features. areas of fog tomorrow morning. next storm arrives saturday evening. it's going to be stronger than the last one. winter also begins saturday at 8:19 p.m. pacific standard time.
overnight tonight, look for increasing clouds in the north bay. partly cloudy skies everywhere else. overnight lows will mainly be in tomorrow under increasingly cloudy skies main in the north bay, but partly cloudy and sunny everywhere else. high temperatures will range from upper 50s at the coast and north bay locations to 60 around the bay shoreline. south bay, maybe low to mid 60s. a little milder there. skip ahead to the storm coming in saturday. our forecast animation starting at 8:00 a.m. saturday. lots of rain to our north and northwest. by saturday evening, fairly early saturday evening, some of the rain will push into the north bay. overnight it becomes more widespread. there will be moderate to heavy rain with downpours during the overnight hours going into saturday -- into sunday morning, rather. snow in the mountains up north. strong gusty wind will also accompany this storm. sunday we will have rain here in the bay area. more snow accumulating over in the sierra.
this storm won't wind down until monday. monday is going to be a wet day as well. the wind gusts animation shows late saturday into early sunday we can expect powerful gusts up to 40 miles per hour or higher along the coastline. early sunday morning, before the winds start to moderate a bit going into sunday afternoon. over the sierra, winter weather advisory in effect from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. sunday and in lake county from 10:00 p.m. saturday to 10:00 p.m. sunday. here is the seven-day forecast. saturday, a storm ranks two on the impact scale. a storm of moderate intensity. as it weakens, it will be a one for sunday and monday. tuesday, christmas eve, a break. chance of showers wednesday, christmas day. looks like a better chance of rain on thursday. the return the gift day. >> is that what that is? >> i'm not returning the skateboard. i don't want it to rain when i'm out zipping around. >> of course.
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for cats, oliver and luna. >> you may have noticed those names share one element in common. they are people's names. why aren't people naming their dogs spot and skipper and their cats puff and fluffy in favor of names usually given to children? >> because animals are becoming more part of the family many. in the past they lived outside. now they are a family member. that's probably adding to the human names. >> that makes sense. >> the folks know a thing or two about naming pets. they come up with thousands of names a year for the adoptable animals in their care. i was recently at an animal shelter for an interview a couple days ago. they were talking about how challenging it is to come up with new names all the time. >> i had to name a goldfish. i named it bubbles. >> that's a good name. that's cute. >> i loved that goldfish. let's move on. coming up next, a first for
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go safely, california. now news to build a better bay area. from abc 7. >> a crackdown is expected to be proposed on dog training businesses in california. >> we have a follow-up on what is largely really an unregulated industry. >> yeah. our coverage on this issue has attracted the attention of a bay area assemblywoman who is calling for greater oversight of dog trainers. we know of at least tee cases where dog trainers are accused of either neglect or charging for services not fulfilled. >> what is your name? >> we caught up with this assembly woman. a dog owner herself, she's troubled by the bad experiences some of her constituents say
they have had with dog trainers. >> we aren't doing everything we can to protect animals the way we protect individuals. they deserve it. >> in july, she saw our story about gary reynolds and devondeo ashby. reynolds is facing eight felony counts of animal abuse and neglect. a ashby is expected to plead to a misdemeanor violation of animal cruelty. eight dogs under their care were found under duress and in poor health from neglect. one dog died. ashby's attorneys have not commented but reynolds' attorney said gunner's death was not for seeable because the temperature was only 74 degrees. we have learned that ashby agreed to testify against his co-defendant. depending on his testimony, his sentence could be reduced to
three years probation and 45 days in home detention. the assemblwoman saw our story about a family. jane and her husband. their dog died while being boarded and cared for by this woman last year after she was attacked by another dog. they say the other dog was critically injured. smith has previously told abc 7 she believes the dog escaped from the kennel while she was out shopping. abc 7 has not been able to make contact with smith since last summer. promised by smith to pay $26,000 in veterinary costs have been broken. >> it's bigger than that. what i'm concerned about for the general public is that dog trainers and borders apparently do not have to have any credentials or qualifications. >> we spoke with eight organizations which credential dog trainers. none of those could find any
certification for smith. none is required. she met with staff about a new bill likely to be introduced in january calling for greater oversight of the dog training industry. >> we are taking a look at how we can regulate the trainers to make sure animals are well taken care of. >> jordan operated innovative canine and is seen here in this security camera video with one of the client's dogs. he was sued alleging his dog almost died while being boarded and trained there. the suit alleged he returned from his stay untrained and underweight. she said she returned the dog at 11 points, less than half his weight. this is izzy at full weight. this is a photo when smith returned her. >> she could not climb shares. she couldn't go up a single step. we had to lift her. she couldn't jump on the couch.
she was so weak. >> he won a $2,800 judgment when she failed to appear in court to defend herself. this fall, gingrich declined to speak on camera but denied any dogs in her care lost weight. she says she would pay others who successfully sued in small claims court for breach of contract. >> i would get no call no shows for apartments. >> what are the consequences for her? that's what i'm feeling. >> pretty much after gingrich promised to pay, her clients say none of them have been paid. gingrich has not responded to those allegations. ultimately, most people we talked to said it was about protection of the animals. >> we don't want dogs to suffer the same fate gunner suffered. >> we will report when the bill is introduced and we will stay on top of the cases. >> fascinating. >> important issue. an investigation into the
death of race horses at santa anita park found no evidence of animal cruelty or other crimes. a task force formed by the los angeles district attorney found deaths at the track occurred at a rate higher than the national average but lower than some years in the past decade. 56 horses have died since july 2018. the report includes two dozen recommendations for improving safety at racetracks. the group that owns santa anita owns golden gate fields. the flu claimed a life. health department officials confirmed the person died last week but provided no other information about the victim. two people have died in a neighboring country. flu season hit earlier than usual. the elderly and young are particularly at risk. this was a first for facebook. they announced that it will run a commercial during the super bowl. it will feature chris rock and
sylvester isstallone and will support the group feature. the cost for 30 seconds of ad time will run $5.6 million. the game takes place in miami on february 2. coming up, a building a better bay area celebration. >> more than a year after a project started, it's finished. meet the families who are reaping the benefits. a brewing battle in the next steps of the impeachment process. why the start d
great news. the number of robocalls you receive could drop. the senate voted unanimously to approve legislation to crack down on illegal robocalls. it would require phone companies to offer free call blocking apps. carriers will have to verify the numbers calling you are real. scammers fake numbers to look though they are coming from the irs or other agencies to trick you. it heads to president trump. he is expected to sign it into law. a day after the house voted to impeach the president, senate republicans are still denouncing the move. mitch mcconnell accused nancy pelosi of being afraid to send over her, quote, shoddy work
product, after pelosi says she's not sending the impeachment articles to the senate until she sees their trial procedures. >> reporter: a new battle over impeachment. when will the articles be sent to the senate? >> when they wrote the constitution, they suspected that there could be a rogue president. i don't think they suspected that we could have a rogue president and a rogue leader in the senate at the same time. >> reporter: the move came after mitch mcconnell said last week he was working in total coordination with the white house. this week on the senate floor, he said he was not an impartial juror. >> they said impeachment was so urgent it couldn't wait for due process. now they are content to sit on their hands. >> reporter: it follows wednesday's house vote, impeaching a president for the third time in u.s. history. >> article one is adopted. >> reporter: the charge isabuse
of power and obstruction of congress. blocking witnesses with direct knowledge of what happened with ukraine from testifying in the impeachment hearings. the vote mostly along party lines with not a single republican voting to impeach the president. >> i don't feel like i'm being impeached. it's a hoax. it's a setup. it's a horrible thing they did. they happened to have a small majority and they took that majority and they forced people. >> reporter: january 6 was the expected start date of the trial. that date is now in jeopardy as senate republicans and democrats continue to negotiate the terms of the trial. the ball is in pelosi's court on when she sends the articles of impeachment over. more to come. it will probably be a wet christmas here. any chance of a white christmas
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following an earlier bomb threat. several buildings were evacuated and searched. the campus will be closed the rest of the night and reopen tomorrow. final exams will have to be re-scheduled. happening now, a world record is underway in mountain view. a live stream. look at the lane that's the second to the right. that's where a relay of swimmers surpassed a record. they are still going. the prior record was 756 kilometers. the current relay has passed 810 kilometers. the eight swimmers are raising money for two charities and have collected more than $14,000 so far. the goal is to swim for 11 days nonstop. they are on day nine and plan to end saturday morning. watch the live stream and donate to the cause if you like. we have a
building a better bay area takes time. we have proof that patience pays off. >> in march of last year, abc 7 was at the ground breaking for an affordable housing. tenants got their first chance to see where they will move in. >> i like this place. >> how many percent? >> 400. >> reporter: this man knows this christmas will mark a new beginning for his family. the first in a home of their own. >> as gifts and stuff go, we might not have a lot of gifts for the kids right now. just having this house is a gift enough. >> my room. >> reporter: they are among the first to move into the new
apartment. sierra will share a two bedroom with her mother and 12-year-old. what's it like out there in. >> really hard. working hard and making not enough to be on housing lists. it's very difficult. >> this will be a diverse mixed income community that represents the full range of our community from veterans to formerly homeless to families that work in offices throughout the area. >> reporter: the rent will vary from apartment to apartment. in no case will the annual amount charges of their income. this man became homeless after spending all his savings caring for an ill brother. what christmas is this going to be for you? >> it's going to be the first time i will have a christmas tree in my own place. it works.
>> excellent. let's talk about the weather for the weekend. >> if you like it dry, sorry, it's not going to last. >> i've been looking at the computer and checking it twice. the weather will be naughty and nice. a look at what's coming up. a little forecast animation starting saturday morning when our next storm is approaching. by saturday night, it will move onshore. we will get periods of heavy rain and strong, gusty wind from this storm. it's going to be a significant storm. it will produce snow in the sierra. it will be a white pre-christmas over the sear ierra. christmas eve, 6:00 a.m., clouds increasing. we will see rain developing offshore. it may not touch the bay area. on christmas day, looks like rain will be just offshore. not quite touching the bay area. then on the next day, day after christmas, we will see rain moving in. snow in the sierra. a white pre and post-christmas.
we a wet pattern coming our way saturday, continuing through next week. we might get one or two dry breaks. >> that's it? >> that's about it. >> thank you. spencer christian is coming to town. on to sports. >> getting loopy. must be the pre-holidays. >> check her eggnog. he may be the top pick in the nba draft. he just dropped out of school. the 49ers get set for the defending nfc you know when you're at ross and you find their favorite hero... ...at a price that makes you the hero? yes! that's yes for less. yes! with hot holiday toys for all ages, ross is your toy destination. it feels even better when you find it for less. at ross. yes for less. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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the best team isn't always -- they are not always on. there are so many things that happen in a game. even if you are the best team and you suspect to beat everyone with ease, you will see that that doesn't happen. whether it doesn't, you can't be shocked. you only get one chance. you have to win it anyway. >> as we saw last week. speaking of last week, raiders played their final game in oakland. they travel to the chargers. they are playing their final game in their temporary homes. two teams in transition having seasons to forget. two head coaches faced with a task of motivating teams. >> it's hard to go through this business when you are not winning as many games as you want to and everybody is talking about crazy stuff about this and that and whatever. it weighs on some guys. so you gotta make sure you gotta do your best as a player or coach to come in every day and
be the same person no matter the circumstance. sg >> the warriors lost 24 games this season. the loss total in 2015 and 2016 combined, 24 games. my how things have change quickly. the warriors limp along without the splash brothers. they can use the season as a chance to develop some of the young players, see who they want to keep around. the losses are coming in bunches, in droves. steve kerr trying to keep it in perspective. >> you have to play music during practice and keep things light, keep things fun. you can't dread coming into work because you are losing games. you still have to look forward to enjoying your surroundings, enjoying your teammates, enjoying the process, getting better. >> i have been on teams where they don't like each other and you are losing. it's a weird environment. it's a bad work environment. that's one thing that i really gotta say about this organization is, the work environment is crazy. you have no choice but to get
better if you come here. >> university of memphis center james wiseman, he is calling it a college career after three games. wasn'ts he wants to get ready for the nba. projected to be a top five pick in the 2020 nba draft. that puts him on the warriors' radar. he was suspended for a loan hardaway gave his family. >> the league understands our responsibility and trying to help these young players develop on and off the floor. we're getting better with it. i would like to see players have the option if they wanted to come straight out of high school, because i think we can at least offer them a better path of development. >> that's the way lebron did it. speaking of, lakers and bucks coming in 24-4 on the year.
this game was all bucks. they scored 42 points in the second quarter. nice ball movement. late in the third quarter, and it's 89-75 bucks. huge upset in the world surf league pipe masters in hawaii. look at those waves. the greatest of all time kelly slater, swallowed up. he lost to italo ferraro from brazil. look at him pop out of the tube. oh, man. what a moment right there. he is the world surf league 2019 world champion. what a good feeling that is. >> looks warm. >> it is warm water. >> too much fun with that. join us tonight for abc 7 news at 11:00. >> donations like these are coming in to bay area food
banks. it's funds they are looking. the story tonight at 11:00. helping those living in their cars in the south day. the community organization working to build a better bay area. look for breaking news whenever you look on the abc 7 news app. we appreciate your time. >> thanks for joining us tonight. >> see you again at 11:00.
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so far this week. we started off on monday with a big win-- $34,400. a more modest $8,000 win for dave yesterday. so we don't know what's going to happen today. it all depends on the categories. peggah and eric, welcome aboard. here we go. we're about to discover what those categories are. today starting off with this... hmm. next... ...followed by... one of my favorites. and finally, hey... help me out. dave, start. let's try about [type]face for $200. eric. what is microsoft? you're on the board. uh, around the world for $200. dave. what are blue and white?