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live where you live. this is "abc7 news." >> [ bleep ] donald trump! >> a wild ending at the california democratic convention in sacramento with the outgoing chair swearing at and flipping off the president. but the bigger controversy may be over the vote to replace him. >> thank you for joining us this evening. so the alleged runner-up for the democratic party of california will not concede. and tonight she's actually demanding a recount. the party says eric bouman beat
outsider kimberly ellis by just 60 votes out of 3,000. >> today, ellis posted video of her supporter process testing. they say what happened to bernie sanders in last year's presidential primary is happening to her, because she's an outsider. >> one of the things that this party cannot be is a party that's just like trump and the republicans. a party that operates in closed rooms, smoke-filled rooms behind curtains, in secrecy and shadows. >> income tax. >> it is time for this party to be transparent. >> she says she'll remain in sacramento to make sure every ballot is legitimate. president trump took center page during his first overseas visit. his message to the muslim leaders there, do more to root
out extremists. karen travers is in saudi arabia with more. >> reporter: trupresident trump surrounded by leaders of nearly every muslim country, unthinkable just months ago. the president issuing a direct call, muslim nations must take the lead in fighting terrorism. >> america is prepared to stand with you in pursuit of shared interests and common security. but the nations of the middle east cannot wait for american power to crush this enemy for them. >> reporter: left behind on this first overseas trip, the fiery rhetoric from the campaign trail. >> i think islam hates us. >> reporter: instead, the president focusing on building relationships and coalitions, getting muslim nations to work together. >> a better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists, and drive out the extremists. >> reporter: the speech was the center piece of the president's two-day visit to saudi arabia.
this morning, a while wind schedule of one on one meetings with some of those same middle east leaders. while the president has received a very warm welcome here, critics say that's because he's avoided tough talk on human rights and isn't pushing for democratic reforms as president obama did. >> we are not here to tell other people how to live. instead, we are here to offer partnership. >> reporter: the first overseas speech for president trump very well received in that ornate auditorium, the king of saudi arabia echoing the call for muslim countries to step it up in the fight against terrorism. president trump making it clear, the choice is simple. be on the good team or the bad team. karen travers, abc news, traveling with the president in saudi arabia. notre dame students marched out of vice president mike pence's commencement speech today. dozens of students took part in the protest as others cheered or booed. organizers said it's because pence's politics contradict
catholic social vir choose, which is helping the poor or the sick. officials knew about the walkoff and said they would not stop it if the students left quietly. a san jose football player is in the hospital recovering from a surgery. lillian kim has details. >> right now we're just concerned about him being alive. >> reporter: brad miller says his son is in stable but critical condition. he was enjoying a night out with his friends in downtown san jose when he encountered trouble. >> a fight erupted, and he ended up getting stabbed. he wasn't initially involved in the fight. but somehow he got stabbed. >> reporter: it happened on post street. san jose police took security video from nearby businesses but so far they haven't announced any arrests. miller has been in the news
before. in 2015, a teammate struck him in the head with a skateboard. his friends who showed up at the hospital say miller is a chill guy not looking for trouble. >> he minds his own business. he really cares about all his friends, too. i know he would, like, if this happened to any of us, he would be here for them. >> reporter: friends and family are urging anyone with information to contact police. in the meantime, they're hoping he'll make a full recovery. lillian kim, "abc7 news." today, soccer players came together to support a former teammate's family. 19-year-old alejandro lopez died in an accident. a go fund me page for the family has raised $15,000. firefighters made a surprising discovery while responding to a house fire in antioch today. they found a marijuana grow
operation. police have not announced any arrests. new video shows a drunk driving arrest. 43-year-old jennifer candow crashed into a tree yesterday morning. 29-year-old amber nicole, a passenger, died in the crash. candow faces charges of man slighter. >> >> you can see the grass here torched. it was a hot day here in the city. but the fog rolled in this evening, there it is, cooled things down. but a more permanent cooldown still a few days away. we'll head over to drew tuma who will explain all of it. location was certainly key
to the temperature you felt. because today nearly a 40 degree range in our temperatures from the coast to our inland community. highs today, 90s well inland. you get to the coast, only 57 the high in half moon bay. 89 in san jose. huge tracker temperatures tomorrow morning, by 7:00, already getting warm away from the coast. those numbers quickly will rise by the lunchtime hour. along with the heat, we'll have some issues with our air quality, a spare the air day is in effect. and the south bay take public transportation if you can. when the heat breaks, that's coming up in the forecast. >> thank you very much. the beta breakers was back for its 106th year today. the race challenges all types of runners from elite to amateur to wacky. cornell bernard was there. >> reporter: sky 7 overhead, as 40,000 plus runners on the move for beta breakers. elite runners in the lead.
but some naughty salmon in the race broke the rules and chose to swim upstream. the finish line clock malfunctioned but not repaired just in time as the 23-year-old from kenya won the race with a time of 34:48. >> i'm very happy. >> reporter: for others it's less about the race and more about the experience and the costumes. it was a good day to be a dinosaur or a duck. how hard is it to run in something like this? >> swimming is my stronger sport. >> a full pink outfit, feathers, we have to figure out the baek. we're going the do this. >> reporter: this year's race, remembering the summer of love. >> '67, that's my birthday. feeling it. >> reporter: true beta breakers ends at ocean beach. but this is where the race turns into a street party. police out in force, trying to
keep floats off the course and enforce a no-alcohol policy. but many wound up in this first aid station, called a sobriety tent. still, rohonda says it's better this year. >> it's a lot more calmer. we don't have to deal with the our nation problem. >> reporter: pair debtics did respond to medical calls to some racers dehydrated in the sun. cornell bernard, "abc7 news." good, clean fun. >> good, clean fun. salmon swimming upstream. bitcoin, it's proving to be much more than a tech trend. and snatched from a pier. wow, amazing video shows this sea lion yanking a young girl into t
bitcoin has reached a milestone. the virtual currency has topped more than $2,000 per coin. that is a huge increase considering it was at $1,000 just a few weeks ago. in fact, it's gone up 12% in the last week alone. analysts say bitcoin is now seen as an asset that can cold value through instability. asian markets are also becoming more open to the digital money and bitcoin is valued at $2,036. a close encount we are wildlife went from peaceful to terrifying in seconds. a little girl got too close to the water when a sea lion lunged at her, grabbed her by the skirt, and pulled her into the water. watch that right here. she sits down and here comes that sea lion and pulls her in. a man jumped into the water and
rescued the girl near vancouver, british columbia. earlier video shows visitors feeding the sea lion and experts say the animal doesn't appear aggressive, just curious and hungry. probably conditioned to expect food. don't feed the sea lions. in honor of asian pacific heritage month, we're using our bay area instagram feed to celebrate people making a difference where you live. today, we honor the legacy of the late tyrus wong, a disney animator who emigrated to the bay area from china as a child. his work captured disney's attention and captivated audiences in the classic "bambi." we have more information at abc7news.com. . when are we going to see a little heat relief? >> i don't know. but drew tuma is here with an answer in the accuweather forecast. i think the temperature is going down unfortunately for me, right, drew?
now your accuweather forecast with drew tuma. >> we are wrapping up a warm-to-hot weekend. we're going to start the workweek in similar passion before cooler, refreshing air arri arrives. trying to find any sort of moisture, and we are precipitation free at this hour. tomorrow, inland once again, those numbers are quickly going to rise. concord, early tomorrow morning, mid 50s. so off to a mild start. and in two hours, those numbers
are quickly going to rise. you can see by noon, we're already in the 80s. as we go into the afternoon, 90s are coming back to concord. but this is the last day of 90 degree heat inland. we'll cool off tuesday and wednesday. outside we go, nature's ac making an effect on san francisco. foggy skies overtaking the bright lighting of san francisco. and san francisco will wake up to foggy skies tomorrow morning. look at this right now. we are still sitting at 80 degrees at the 9:19 p.m. minute. 54 in san francisco with fog. 59 san jose. and 67 that number in napa. overnight tonight, away from the coast, you can see a majoriy of the region will hold in the 50s with stars out there. right along the coast, yes, fog returns and that's going to call us off into the 40s. so let's show you the fog tomorrow morning. 6:00 in the morning, encompassing much of san francisco, fog along the
bayshoreline. by 10:00 in the morning, that fog pulls back to the coast, leading to sunny skies across the region tomorrow afternoon. so highs in our microclimate. south bay, warm. 89 in santa clarita. the coast, half moon bay, starting out with fog with a high of 63. downtown san francisco, 69 tomorrow. 60 for daily city. 86 san rafael. 87 in napa. the east bay tomorrow, 08 in oakland, 89 fremont. 94 in antioch and 92 in livermore. but the heat will retreat in the coming days. compare tomorrow into thursday. you can see the numbers. they're going to drop bigtime. so this heat is going to pull back to the coast, and then by thursday, we're all going to
feel widespread cooling. so the seven-day forecast. hot on your monday. got the ac on the coast first on tuesday. then widespread cooling wednesday and thursday. down right cool for may on friday. one more day of hot temperatures inland and it cools off. >> so kate gets the first part of the week and i get the last part. nice. >> i get a good start to the week, at least. >> i'm willing to share. rick is sheer wihere with sport. >> with a win, the warriors can add vance for the third straight year. the spurs will likely not have leonard or david lee available for game four. mike shumann has more from the alamo city. >> reporter: warriors feeling good about themselves today in practice after winning game three. but they know closing out a gregg popovich team here at home in game four is going to be difficult. >> we weren't happy with everything we did on the floor
last night, but we did do some good things. hopefull better things tomorrow night. >> corner three. that's good. kevin durant lighting it up. >> reporter: the spurs had no answer for kevin durant, who had a postseason career high 19 points in the third quarter and 33 for the game. but there were issues, like 21 turnovers. >> we can obviously play better and hope to do that tomorrow. wasn't a pretty game by any stretch of the imagination. >> reporter: closing out a team on their home court is not an easy task. >> we know what the spurs are about. they play 48 minutes, play tough and hard. execute their system and their crowd is one of the best in the league, one of the best in sports. so they're going to bring the energy. they got a lot of pride. these guys are pros, so we can't come out here and feel like, you know, we won already before the game started. we've got to take it. >> reporter: game four is set
monday, 6:00 p.m. tipoff. mike shumann, abc 7 sports. in the eastern conference finals, no one game boston any chance of beating the cavs tonight. but that's why they play the game. the celtics led by as much as 21. the cavs answer, kyrie irvin with the layup, he finished with 29. but with time running out, avery bradley gets the friendly bounce on the three. after losing by 44 in game two, the celtics stun cleveland 111-108. they still trail the series 2-1. ises >> the giants were going for a three-game sweep of the cardinals in st. louis. the cardinals jumped on matt cain for four runs in the second, three coming on this double. he had a pair of hits and four rbi. san francisco got on the board in the third, as last night's hero christian arroyo rips this
double, scoring joe panik from first. but st. louis answers in the fifth. matt carpenter goes deep, his ninth of the season. giants lose 8-3. tomorrow the team is in chicago to take on the cubs. over at the coliseum, the a's going for a sweep of the red sox. in the fourth, chad pender strikes again after that monster blast yesterday, he delivers a two-run shot to give oakland the 3-2 lead. but boston ties the game and goes into the fifth on the hit and run. dustin pedroia gets the ball through the infield and mookie bets scores all the way from first. then in the sixth, mitch moreland goes deep to right field for a no doubt two-run homer. the red sox salvage the series finale with a 12-3 victory. if a's have an off day tomorrow before hosting miami. pittsburgh scored early and often against ottawa in the nhl playoffs. sidney crosby tips in this shot,
making it 2-0 in the first. pittsburgh back on the attack. the senators pulled anderson, so he could regain his composure. but after he came back in, scott wilson scores to make it 4-0 still in the first period. pittsburgh wins 7-0 and now need just one more win to rush to the stanley cup final. the series goes back to ottawa for game six on tuesday. but the celtics beating the cavs tonight. >> so we're still undefeated in the postseason. >> all right, nuthank you. "alien" takes on "guardians
tonight on "abc7 news" at 11:00, a fire exposes a large pot grow operation in a quiet east bay neighborhood. every weekend a secret spa in the bay area turns back to the year 1923. why this unique specie is packing it in. two very different movies about space dominated the weekend box office. >> "alien" barely beat out "guardians of the galaxy" in its debut. it's the sequel to the 2012 movie and a prequel to the original 1979 "alien." >> all right. that's it for us tonight at 9:00. our next news cast is at 11:00.
- [narrator] it's the michelle meow show, your a to z covering the lgbt, lmnop and everyone in between. (upbeat music) here's michelle meow. - welcome to the michelle meow show, your a through z covering the lgbt, lmnop and everyone in between show. i'm so excited for tonight's show and that's because i'm back! i know, it feels really really great to have a brand new show for you. tonight we have two interviews that will focus on transgender lives here in america during the trump administration. it is not lie and it is not joke that the transgender community is being directly targeted by this administration. so we'll here from activist and author, raquel willis, as well as mia satya tu mutch, who is san francisco pride's former grand mahal from last year.