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happening now at 9:00 all hand on deck. every fire fighter in the central valley city working to contain a fire that destroyed at least one home. good evening, thank you for joining us tonight, i'm ama dates. >> eric thomas for dan ashley. the fire started after 5:00. near a rail yard in downtown stockton east of the bay area. now under control. >> and the fire burned five homes, destroyed one, crews have been fight the fire since 5:15 after evacuating the area around a warehouse.
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windy conditions caused the fire to spread. the fire chief hasn't seen wind push a fire around this badly since the oakland hills fire in 1991. >> see the smoke for several miles. every direction. own one person injured. suffering burns to their arm. stay on top of fire and have an update on channel 7 at 11:00. >> in the bay area, goats running nor their lives. sky 7 was over the hillside as goats found themselves pinned between a fence and advancing flames of a brushfire. this happened before noon along park victoria drive. the fire blackened six acres and threatened one home. there are no reports of injuries to people. but 20 goats that lived nearby weren't as lucky. they all survived. but six of them transported to an animal hospital with burns. >> i was upsetting to me. because there is homes right there. and there is animals. this is their -- i have a little one too. >> first concern.
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and the goats were treated by an san jose services. goats eat brush. blown transformer appears new have started the fire. >> there are new developments in the mystery of a missing driver. pisaf chia. chia and a friend are missing. melanie woodrow has the latest. >> she believes her husband, pisaf is still alive. >> in my heart, i know he is still here with us. he is still here with us. we just need to bring him home. and missing since mother's day. found the uber driver's star stripped in the bay view. san francisco police are calling 48-year-old, bob tang a person of interest in his disappearance. kim says the two families have been friends more than five years. >> we cook together. we eat together like family members. >> didn't show up for an interview.
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and now police say they found tang's car at sfo. csi processing it. and investigators say they received information tang fled the country possibly to cambodia. missing person posters for chia hang on borough street where tang was living. and things like that. now, at this moment, very quiet. >> it's not clear if tang's family is a round. despite their friendship, his wife says she has not spoken to tang's wife. >> maybe she is crying like i do. she depressed like i do. sunny want her husband to come back like i do. >> today investigators, served search warrants in hayward and san francisco. ear searched properties including maple corporation in the bay area.
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>> an east bay soccer coach arrested accused of molesting an 11-year-old girl he used to coach. union city police want to know if there are victims linked to victor warez. taken into custody. including lewd acts as hey child. worked as a private girls soccer coach in union city and soccer league manager. >> update now on the napa high school hazing case. we have been following for months. the napa county district attorney any office. tells i-team, they'll make hand announcement tomorrow regarding criminal charges in the case. napa police turned the case over to the da office in march. police identified 14 members of the school's football team for potential criminal charges related to hazing and assault. one coach was under investigation, for failing to report hazing. there may have been as many as 16 victims. the school district expelled nine students over the case. one expulsion was oversturnd by the county school board. >> today is national missing children's day. become personal for one family.
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15-year-old, abducted one year ago. there has been no sign of her since. abc 7 news reporter, wayne friedman met with her loved ones today. >> don't let the brightly colored balloons or gathered crowd mislead you. when the friends and namely -- it was hard and painful. >> sister rosie did. father james and mother joyce did as well. where is she? is their daughter dead or alive? >> how do you deal with not knowing? >> i try not thing hag bout it. one year ago, 15 year older pearl walking to school on the overpass when witnesses said they saw, the 19-year-old attack her and drag her away screaming. surveillance cameras traced his car to jenner, then to santa barbara county where the next day, he died in a shootout with police. detectives, never found more
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than traces of pearl's blood in the car. no sign of a body. >> don't know where he took her, what he did with her or why he took her. i mean, the question is sfwhie or where she is senate one year later this overpass of 780 remains a memorial. impossible to miss when walking through. hard to ignore, when driving beneath. for family members, let any just hope that the rest of us, never know such pain. if she is watching anything you want to say to her? >> pearl, i love you. please come home. >> we haven't stopped looking for you. >> the city of oakland will pay out $1 million to settle a claim involving several police officers caught in a sex scandal. the sclclaim was filed, by cele
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guap. the former sex worker says she was exploited by the officers four charged with having sex for the minor and giving confidential information. guap says she had sex with two dozen officers from various dem departments. >> homelessness in the east bay. skyrocketing. new numbers from a street blitz head count defies some of the stereotypes and increase urgency to do something. abc 7 news reporter, leslie brinkley went to investigate in oakland the city most plagued by a homeless crisis. >> reporter: as many as 50 tents in some of oakland's homeless encampments under interstate 980. the nonprofit everyone home. released results of 2017, alameda county census. county wide, the number of homeless soared from 4,000 to over 5,600. in oakland. 859 are in shelters. but over 1900 are living on the streets. and a lot of the narrative is
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drug addiction, mental health, and people have those things, but that's not why they became homeless. they became homeless because they've couldn't afford the rents. >> oakland tried a pilot program to provide potties and trash pickup. though fires and problems. they learned lessons want to expand. >> the budget that i just pro posed, will allow us to bring sanitation and trash services now -- up to 400 unsheltered residents ape year to improve health and hygiene for the residents as well as for the communities around them. >> we need bathrooms. and the homeless willingly moved their tents today so city could clean the sidewalks. >> i actually think the clean-up is necessary. you know they didn't come here, saying, you know, you got to go out. never come back. they're actually like we need to clean this up. and if you guys come back.
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then, then, we can't really do nothing about it. >> oakland will provide a camping area this summer as alameda county leaders look at ways to provide, long term affordable housing. i'm lez leave brslie brinkley, . >> bart's police chief has strategies to lower agency's crime rate and improve the department's image. carlos roja served as chief of the santa ana police department and faces big challenges. leeanne melendez and what he will do first. >> reporter: less than 24 hours before carlos rojas sworn in as bart's police chief. officers responded to a sexual battery incident. the man fled. that and the recent mob type robberies that have occurred near the coliseum are now on his radar. bart passengers are concerned
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about the types of crimes. >> we are down, 35 officers, significant for a force less than 200. riders say to me they would look to see visible presence of law enforcement, that there are incidents that coming up. feeling safe. >> chief rojas says community need to be involved when fighting some of these crimes. >> for might is about the community. he told reporters first order of business getting to know rang and file improving the culture of the department and looking into its resources. >> right now it's difficult time to hire anywhere in california for police officers. i think we need to really work, smarter, and try to leverage our resources as much as we can. >> rojas listened as community members spoke at the bart board station today. asking to change its use of force policy. one of those was oscar grant's uncle, nephew fatally shot by a bart officer. >> this is not an indictment of
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all barlt police officers, as being bad cops. but we do have some bad apples. and weust remove those bad apples and hold them accountable. >> well the golden state warriors, now know who they're going to face in the nba finals. >> a shocker, never would have expected it. over an hour ago, cleveland cavaliers won the eastern conference finals. beating the boston celtics. cleveland won the series, 4-1. larry will have highlight of that game coming of in sports. by the way, this its the third straight finals meeting between the dpufz and tlt cavs. the rubber match. >> yeah. remember, abc 7 is the home of the nba finals. game one, tips off thursday, june 1st at 6:00 p.m. in oracle arena. catch all the finals games. only on abc 7 news. >> happening now, the results are coming in for a politician accused of body slamming a reporter. >> the montana congressional race, people around the world are watching tonight.
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>> truck drivers, struck at stand still at the port of oakland. discovery some called racist stopped all right work. >> i'm meteorologist, cooler than average again tomorrow. find out if we will see a turn-around in time for the holiday weekend. >> ahead, a warning for a popular toy keeping kids occupied across the country. day in jer parents say,
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poll are closed in montana in the race involving a candidate accused of body slamming a report. right now the candidate, republican greg gianforte leading in early returns with just over 50% of the vote. but democrat, rob crist is close behind. marci gonzalez has reaction from voters just before the polls closed. >> voeers in montana awaiting results of a special congressional election. and already hotly contested race, even before the republican front-runner, greg gianforte charged with assault. audio of the encounter, reported by ben jacobs he asked, him about health care. >> we'll talk to you about that later. >> there is not going to be time. >> speak with shane, please. >> sick and tired of you guys. the last guy that came in here you did the same thing. get the hell out of here.
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get the hell out of here. you with the guardian? >> yes, you just broke my glasses. >> last guy did the same damn thing. >> you body slammed me and breck my glasses. >> grabbed my recorder. next thing i knew from being vertical to being horizontal on the floor. >> his campaign insists he was grabbing for the phone he says, jacobs pushed in his face. saying unfortunate this aggressive behavior from a liberal journalists created the scene. on fox news the network's reporter in the room backed jacob's account. >> gianforte grabbed him by the neck, both hands. slid him to the side. body slammed him. then, got on top of him, started punching and then yelling at him. >> going into the polls in montana say this had no impact on their vote. >> no it did not change. because we're all imperfect. and, we have all made mistakes. and, unfortunately, he made a bad choice. >> still some on capitol hill, including paul ryan say
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gianforte should at the least apologize. marci gonzalez, abc news, los angeles. traffic backed up at the port of oakland after work temporarily stopped. sky 7 flew overhead this morning. a few trucks were rolling along. many sat in lines not moving at all. abc 7 news reporter, jonathan bloom explained what happened. >> how long half you been waiting? >> 2 and a half hours. >> how long? >> 3 hours. >> what's going on? you know? >> nobody knows. >> for four hours, traffic backed up outside the port of oakland shichi ishipping termin. >> some body told me the computer its no good. >> 1:00 p.m., first drivers got their cargo on the road. >> what was going on? >> the union secretary treasurer explained. >> one discovered the hangman's noose inside a truck on the terminal. the second noose in two weeks. the first was found, tied to a fence at the same terminal. and six month as go, racist
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graffiti scrawled on a piece of equipment. >> the majority of the membership, african-americans, black people. black people were slaves for 300 years in the country. then another 100 years they were under apartheid which is called jim crow. >> derek mohammad says enough is enough. workers walked off the job calling it a health and safety issue. >> it was abut ensuring the company would take action to keep this from happening in the future. >> the company, ssa met with the union after the first noose was found. in the latest incident. reiterated it has zero tolerance for racism. as nor how the workers responded, the compan was less than pleased. ssa said brief suspension was not legitimate health and safety issue according to the ashtray tofrmt t -- arbitrator. the company says it is investigating. >> our members didn't feel there was enough action. we would look to see, cameras, more cameras when things happen
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no resolution makes people feel like perhaps the employers don't care. >> in oakland. jonathan bloom, abc 7 news. >> if you use any one of the bay area's, toll bridges could be money waiting for you. toll authority is sitting on $1.5 million in refund. the result of uncashed checks and overpayments of fines. if you've don't claim your share by july 11th, the authority gets it. people start receiving notifications last month. find out if you laughhave a ref. >> a heads up taking visitors to golden gate bridge memorial day weekend. here is a live look at traffic to night from the live camera there. looking good. starting tomorrow, two parking lots at either end of the bridge will be closed to regular traffic. >> the closures to prevent traffic from backing up during busy holiday weekend. visitors can get there by bus, taxi, ride sharing, biking or
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maybe walking. the parking lot is reopened to everyone on tuesday. >> abc 7 news meteorologist, joins us now with a look at the forecast. >> yeah, we're going to change the weather up. but not immediately. if you look today's weather. chances are you will love tomorrow. concord's average high temperature. 78 degrees. really the next few days. expect the temperatures to remain cooler than average. but as we head into sunday. and monday. start to see the temperatures rising in time for holiday plans. not too hot though. know this in the low to mid 80s. so, really don't have to worry about a heat wave. live doppler seven showing you why. remain cooler than average. we have deep marine later in place. pushed all the way into the north bay. also, into parts of the bay and the wind. it's coming off the ocean. gusting to 26 out of the southwest. in fairfield. pretty gusty, san jose as well. 24 miles an hour. that its why we are going to keep it on the cooler side noof normal for may. looking at a pretty good, view,
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of san francisco, right now. so, visibility is fine. mid 50s for san francisco. 59, san jose. oakland. mountain view. comfortable. 55. half moon bay. abc 7 news, looking pier 15. it looks nice out there. 55 in santa rosa. and livermore. and one other live picture from the east bay hills camera. see the view is little on the shaky side. it is breezy out there. cloudy overnight tonight. spotty morning drizzle. looking at breezy conditions tomorrow. with temperatures -- still below there mall for this time of year. and it is warming up for the holiday weekend. hour by hour forecast tonight. extensive low clouds. tomorrow morning's commute. drizzly spots between 5:00 and 9:00 a.m. so definitely count on some damp roadways for the morning commute. the clouds will be sticking around well into the afternoon. especially near the coast. but we will see higher clouds over the inland areas of the bay area. tomorrow morning, starting you off cool, upper 40s to the mid
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50s. there will be drizzle as the i mentioned. cool enough to where you will grab the sweater or a coat. tomorrow afternoon. temperature thousands upper 50s. low 70s. a mix of sun, and clouds. now, your holiday weekend forecast. below average to start it off. on saturday, upper 50s to the mid 70s. but, temperatures are bouncing back by sunday. it is a milder pattern. we in produce 80s. and memorial day, mid 80s inland. low 60s. coast side. beautiful looking forecast. download the abc 7 news app. accuweather app. keep track of all of the weather changes that are happening. and the accuweather seven-day forecast will show you. cooler than average on through saturday. low to mid 70s inland. upper 50s. coast side. then the temperatures begin to rise on sunday. taking you into memorial day. in a holding pattern on tuesday. and then, temperatures going back down again. but, you will notice, that, the coast doesn't change a whole lot. >> just keep you in the 50s. 60s. low clouds will be sticking around. night and morning hours.
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some wineries north of the border are turning into weederies. handful of winemakers began experimenting with pot crops and hope to increase appeal among consumers, drinking less, creating, wine and weed experience. many are profitting big. wineries must keep their marijuana businesses separate because marijuana is still federally illegally. recreational marijuana cannot be sold in california until next year. >> san francisco lyft competing with uber. offering, lyft, lux and suv. business customers.
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drivers must have upscale cars with black interior and leather like seats. uber offered premium service for years. in fact, that's how uber started. >> recent terror attacks led to training at bay air y high schools. the skills, go way beyond cpr. and they could save lives. plus. >> take a trip with us to lake tahoe to meet people fighting to keep nature looking natural. >> the high cost of winter, sinkhole repairs and damaged bridge now. fupds for one bay area community to help fight crime, are dwijd. to help fight crime, are dwijd. how residents are have to travel from its source to the bottle? a hundred miles? a thousand miles? how about less than a mile and a half? crystal geyser
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developments on the attack in manchester, england. the bombing monday night killed 22 people. >> british official say eight have been taken into custody. police are calling the arrests significant with investigators seizing evidence in raids that can lead them to the larger terror network believed to have been involved in the blast. meantime, manchester's mayor blasted the american media for publishing crime scene photos leaked to them. >> late to date united kingdom will resume sharing intelligence with the u.s. after reassurances from american officials. president trump called the leaks troubling. >> the casualties in manchester have bolstered initiative under way in the bay area to enlist teenagers to treat injured ahead of first responders on scene. >> surgeons started training students to prevent deaths from bleeding. abc 7 news reporter, davey louis
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was there for the first-class. >> underscore the need. the chief of trauma surgery at stanford. he and surgeons and nurses at the high school. he believes these students could save lives and mass casualty event or traffic accidents ahead of first responders if they learn how to stop bleeding. a tourniquet can be painful for patient. that pain its not from a tenagering doiteenage eri er doing anything wrong. >> that will help alleviate fear. yes it will hurt. if they see the bleeding, that will calm their fears. >> manchester bombing was a wake-up call for 17-year-old, maddy wadell. >> the scene was a time i realized. oh, after this training i really could do something. help save some one. >> the principal also took the training. he believes, confidence is the
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key. >> only way you are going to get confidence through preparation. what we are doing today hopefully giving kids confidence. >> overcoming fear of blood may be important. >> blood is blood. like, i mean, if you have to do something you have to do it. not a matter of -- being scared. save a life. >> training is important. use of turn kiourniquets and techniques. hope is facilities will train more young people across the country. in redwood city. dave it louis, ax 7 news. >> today an appeals court ruled against president trump's revised travel plan which means it stays on hold. the president's executive order signed in march would ban people from six muslim majority countries from entering the u.s. for 90 days and all refugees, 120 days. >> president trump in italy with couple of days left in his international trip. tonight he made headlines for what he said at nato and what he did to one of the leaders of another country. abc news reporter, cecelia vega
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has the the story. >> the america first president on the world stage today. making headlines with this moment. pltd trump appearing to push aside the prime minister of montenegro to get in front for a go tow-op. as for the allies he spend the campaign owe fengd. a -- owe fengd. president trump changed his mind. instead of making nice, scolded them. >> nato members must finally contribute their fair share and meet their financial on li gagtli -- obligations. now it's time to pay up. >> 23 of the 2 m8 member nation are not paying what they should be paying and what they're supposed to be paying. for their defense. this is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the united states. >> some leaders serious, others whispering to each other.
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canada's justin trudeau stone faced. germany's angela merkel throwing out a jab of her own saying, it is trust, not walls that unite. president trump also face to face with the new president of france, congratulating macron whose far right opponent many likened to trump. >> congratulations, great job. >> their handshake, seeming to go on and on. >> thank you very much. >> that was cecelia vega. >> looking live at san francisco international airport. tomorrow one of the longest runways shut down for maintenance between 10:00 p.m. friday, 8:00 a.m. monday. awe all arriving flights could be delayed an hour. crews are repaving the run way. updating and making improvements after this. only one more weekend closure scheduled. >> oakland international airport is going to improve its main run way thanks to a $4.5 million
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federal grant. the run way last repaved in 2001. and overdue for paving. the runway lights also need to be upgraded. in addition to the grant from the department of transportation, the faa is expected to help with some of the costs. >> residents say their town is strapped for cash. so they're taking matters into their own hands. >> rallying to raise money to buy thousands of camera equipment. that police say, will help deter crimes in their community. >> in the small town, residents are trying to prevent crimes from happening nearby. you know you mav to -- and their goal is to raise $60,000 to pay for the town centralized video camera system. which would then be used by the police department to assist with investigations. right now, the city is focused on repairing a sinkhole as well
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as an old bridge that was damaged by a landslide. that's why the foundation stepped into help with this project. >> good opportunity for the ssi -- citizens to rally. >> cameras installed at five locatilo locatio locations. eechl of t each of the locations would have a camera and recognition camera. >> many criminals will come to a community. commit a crime. and if the pickings are good. they'll beback for more. solve the crime and prevent those that fol low. although issue of privacy has been a concern for some. many say a small price to pay for peace of mind. >> the reality is we live at a time in society there is more crime. >> community not wanting to take any chances. >> breaking news now on aster we brought you earlier in the
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newscast. congressional candidate in montana accused of body slamming a reporter just declared the were in of the race. >> associated press calling special elect forcing greg gianforte. much more coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00. >> next at 9:00 though. lake tahoe is drawing the wrong kind of attention.
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lake tahoe locals are fighting back against those who would desecrate the landscape. war against graffiti popping up in places known for natural beauty. >> reporter, laura anthony has the story from lake tahoe sand harbor. >> a team of volunteers. brushes in hand. and natural scenery defaced by
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vandals. it really infuriates us. >> part of t hahe vandalism squ. started on face book. with the sole mission to clean up graffiti like this. in some cases it appears. >> maybe you need to find a medium to make money at it. >> happening at places like hidden beach on tahoe's east shore. here near bonsai rock. some one skribled cribbled out rock. >> noticed this front bridge. it's happening away from the lake too. here near donnor summit. and, postcard perfect. except for this. rocks that have been here for centuries. littered with graffiti. >> pretty saddening.
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i mean, not -- not, big into desecrating our forest here. i mean, it's -- not a sight i want to see. >> some popped up. other tags have been here a year. much to the dismay of sergeant, dan saunders. >> didn't do it. you are ruining the, the experience for everybody else. that comes to the area. they come for the beautiful view. like i said. and, last thing you want to see is somebody's -- thoughts or expressions. police want the public's help. if they see people tagging the natural beauty up here. they're asking them to get license plate vehicle information. if police get tlr here in time arrest the taggers. the charge is minor. misdemeanor vandalism. sand harbor, laura anthony. ax 7 ne abc 7 news. >> dangers of the fidget spinner. >> asian-american heritage
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month. using bay area instagram feed to focus on culture where you live. today celebrate the chinese historical project which built the chinese-american historical museum in san jose history park. the project is celebrating its 30th anniversary in september with a gala hosted by abc 7 news reporter, david louis. you can
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some parent are calling for recall on fidget spinners. parents are sharing horror stories about their children getting hurt by loose parts from the toy. a 10-year-old girl in texas went to the hospital after putting it in her mouth and choking. in oregon, a 5-year-old buy had to have surgery to get the part removed after swallowing it. 3-year-old boy in missouri cut his finger from loose part. so bad he needed stitches. >> many people are getting ready
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to do something fun this three day weekend. others are getting prepared for a holiday of remembrance. >> alexis smith from abc 7 mornings has details of a memorial day event. >> most important part of the memorial day weekend, remembering nose who gave their lives while severing our country. the annual memorial day event now in its 149th year. has become the largest commemoration on the west coast. join active military vet aerans and families for air special day. san francisco national cemetery. starts at 11:00 clock a.m., history walk, picnic,burgers, music, fun games for the family. dumpling lovers get your fix at dumpling time. the group behind san francisco's restaurant opened last week. they offer a variety of chinese and japanese dumplings along with noodle specials, craft beer, saki and be in. watch them hand draft your meal
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with a seat at the counter near the room. set sail with fellow party-goers on sunday on peer pressure party cruise. board a 350 passenger yacht at pier 40 enjoy views of the golden gate bridge. bay bridge and san francisco skyline. with four party decks, six djs and sail around the bay. sure to have a good time. check out details for these events and the more on our website, just go to abc 7 and click on hoodline section. >> 350 people. a yacht? >> dent know. >> cruise ship? >> right? >> time to got one last check on the weather. me >> cool time-lapse. minutes ago near at & t park. san francisco, state graduates getting show the there. fireworks show. as they celebrate their graduation tonight. and it is the deserving obviously. beautiful view there. to catch the fireworks. here is a look at live doppler 7 now. we have a -- pretty good marine
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mus push. seeing clouds. gray, drizzly. afternoon. upper 50s. low 70s. as you check out the bottle rock forecast, morning clouds. sun. milder pattern. really not friday, but more saturday. sunday. if-up are going, have a great time. accuweather. seven-day forecast. warm it up, second part of your holiday weekend. low to mid 80s, inland. 50s to 60s. and, eric, alma. >> thank you. all love our jobs, abc 7 news reporter, got the assignment of the day. he was at disney california adventure in anaheim how to get a sneak peek at guardians of the galaxy ride. which does not open to the public for another two days. at a come points. visibly startled by the roller coaster. kept come pope sure for the cameras. that's what professionals do. ditz ne disney is farthe parent compan. >> watching the same individually i was watching. didn't look that come pose d. >> where are the handles? >> ha-ha-ha.
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>> what i saw the hey, love you, matt. >> nba finals, are set. not that woe had much doubt about who was going to be in it. here comes lebron and kyrie. cavs taking care of business tonigh
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>> warriors and cavs. don't look for steve kerr. recovering from a procedure on his back. the gm said he is not feeling really well enough to coach. kerr involved in game planning. practice, doesn't seem like he will be significantly improved in a week to resume full time head coaching responsibilities. so unless we see some sort of dramatic change. meek bro mike brown with guidance from kerr. >> makes it difficult to sit here and say. that the man that's, hugely responsible for us being in the finals for three years in a row. in a moment that he should be treasuring can't do it. painful for him. more than any body.
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and he wishes, sure you do too, there was something that could get him there. but right now, not at that point. >> this is how the celtics must have felt during most of the easternonference finals. matt keller asking. are there handles on the floor. kyrie, best handle in the game. talking handles, right. 75-57 at the break. layup line. go out of my way. excuse me. i'm lebron. here is lebron. passes jordan. playoff points. 6,000. 135-102. lebron making the seventh straight finals appearance coming to oracle for game one. >> the best team in the league for the last three years. and they have added unbelievable player in kevin durant this year. makes it even more difficult. they're going to challenge a lot offensively. defensively. mentally, physically. have to be ready for the challenge. >> know we are playing tough
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golden state. want to be prepared. be on your point. got to be on point. make you pay at any, every position. so, just defendansively locked going from there. >> whatever you want to call it. warriors/cavs, abc 7, one week from tonight. >> baseball, giants series finale. chicago. like that old clint eastwood movie. good, bad, ugly. giants finish, losing, 4 of 5. maybe a bit too early of a start for some. i'm awraake. doubles, denard. san francisco's only run of the game. and, bottom of the first. this is deep to left. you tell me, does the fan reach across the basket to catch. that would be interference. maybe, but, like the offense, the giants replay phone wasn't working. tied at ve up three solo bombs. the former a makes it 3-1 cubs. that would be bad.
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went seven innings. three runs. struck out eight. here its the ugly. bottom eight. anthony rizzo comes around. he is safe. 5-1 cubs. the final. against atlanta and the as are off. to the ice, game seven. eastern conference final. divine intervention there. senators down 2-1. five to go. eric carlson shot off the post. ryan dusingle. penguins. chances. up and over the cross. danced across there. in the second overtime. chris kunis, knuckler, craig andersen never saw it. partially screened. your game. series winner. 3-2, pens, defending champs nashville game one stanley cup finals monday night. show one last warrior clip. steph curry prepping for finals at his house. with his dog named, rookie.
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a goldendoodle. so well trained. sit. good boy. give you a treat. obeys command. wish my kids listened to me like rookie listens to steph. maybe, maybe -- maybe i should give them treats. >> the oh. >> just take the car. and then, cash. >> and cash. >> abc 7 sports brought to you by toyota. >> treats there, pal. >> no interest in me. >> thank you, larry. >> coming up on abc 7 news at 11:00. missing husband and father. abc 7 news, family friend of the missing man and person of interest in the case. ♪ ♪ ♪ no no no >> a sound check. abc 7 news in napa. maroon five gets ready to take the stage this weekend. join us for abc 7 news at 11:00 on channel 7. >> got tickets? >> no. >> didn't think so. >> i'm eric thomas. >> for all of us here, thank you for joining us. >> have a good night.
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see you at 11:00. >> oh, oh oh. >> handles. >> where is matt keller. >> oh, no. >> look at that. we can't see. he is really dropping far. >> yeah. anti-gravity for a mint. >> you know what, i think it is cool. you make fun. a kol lcolleague like that. >> apologize. poor larry. >> see you at 11:00. >> hold on! arrator reading)
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