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you may have a picture that might be helpful please send ate long video also. and mig that anyone has they think might be useful we'll take it. >> there police say the gang task force has been involved in this investigation. police believe they know how argument started. >> there is an argue gumt over a cell phone. a dispute over a cell phone. >> police distributed this video of people in the park just about the time it occurred. martin was punched and his head he hit the pavement. he was sent to the hospital and never recovered and he died on friday. >> and police would not tell us why wr they got that latest picture released today. they want more. they want also for to you contact them.
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and click on see it on tv. live in golden gate park abc 7 news. >> and if you're outside you know there is another perfect day around the bay. temperatures right for taking a bike ride. and there is a look at highs so far today. >> there is highs into mid-90s san jose morgan hill into mid-90s. there is 93 degrees in nappa. san francisco is already started to come down. 75 degrees. and there is 62 in half moon bay. areas running lower inland areas are still feeling the
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heat. and it's dry about 11%. and diablo range gusty winds with 2 miles per hour into the teens and 14%. just be aware it's dry out there. and there is in just a little bit i'm going to come back and let you know when we'll get a break from the hot spell. >> firefighters are struggling to control a series of grass fires and one expert says that more fires could be useful. we're live to explain this. >> if you drive through you'll see plenty of marched out hill sitds and a lot of dry vegetation like this. this is a lot of the fuel for fires we've seen. >> this fire happened this
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morning. teams scrambled to contain a blaze that burned on mount san bruno. >> cal fire had a hand crew on another side of town z so that helped the process in getting those resources here. >> this weekend alone we've seen several fires like this one in the oakland hills on friday moving because of dried-out vegetation but in situations one berkeley researcher says that clearing and burning could help. >> if we don't get more fire burning we're going to have fires that are just going to be chasing. >> and there are more prescribed burns would help dry out vegetation. >> trying to do treatment at larger scale california is important. so we can do mechanical fittings and come bin yaigsz therefore.
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>> this is when thousands of homes were damaged and 25 people died. since then new strategies have been adopted including repeated warnings. and this helped. >> today it turns out it's historical. >> and a lot have been adopted by mountain communities including here in oakland. firefighters go through and grade residents every year telling what they should clear out of homes to make sure they're safe and that research is recommending prescribed burns take place in remote areas not in populated centers
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like this. >> and in northern colorado emergency officials have no plans lifting evacuation orders soon there. is a massive wildfire there. theúzuu structures investigators believe it was sparked by lightning. helicopters and military aircraft are now#÷u battling that fire. strong winds making it difficult for firefighters to contain a wildfire burning out of control. >> a man convicted of killing members of one family was sentenced to three terms of life in prison. the 25-year-old did express condolences to the bologna family. it was four years ago this month that tony bologna and his two sons michael and matthew were gunned dmoun a drive by shooting. police believe one boy was
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mistaken for a rival gang member. danielle bologna wife and mother of the victims is in the witness protection program. we've blurred her face to protect her identity. >> today is for tony michael and matthew. today we got jus tis there is not a day that goes by that i don't think about your losses. this is not a day that go business that that is not on my mind. >> ramos saying a passenger in the car who since disappeared was the shooter. >> and gregory jamal lewis was arrested last week the second suspect to be charged with murder in a may 30th armed robbery of a jewelry store. and both men charged where
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defendants can be convicted for actions that provoke a killing. >> in san jose the public swril a chance to weigh in on the proposed budget tonight. and there is a surprise that there is a sur plus plus not a deficit. >> fence is still up here but not for long thanks to this year's budget without a deficit. the mayor is crediting last year's budget cuts. >> the brand new library isn't scheduled to open until next year but the community center will open monday. thank tz a surplus of two years delay is over. the center opened doors may 19th ooj about 400 to 500 people were excited to see this place. and really happy for the community because they're
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going benefit. >> in addition to a shiny new gym there is a multi purpose room. >> and we is a team room a game room behind me. we'll be having camps starting next monday. >> the sent jer opening doors thanks to a modest surplus. the budget has an $883 million general fund. and this is one of four that will be able to open along with a substation. the proposed budget would put $2 million towards gang prevention then would be street maintenance. >> this is a small cushion. there are many things we're not going to be able to pay but ate lous to us begin to try to restore some service
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that's have been cut. >> this mouns yilman thinks it should go further. >> i think the mayor went part way and critical for our city and to have funding there in order to do it. >> and so this is not without some controversy including new pension reduction. the hearing is at city hall starts at 7:00 and the counsel council votes tomorrow. >> thank you very much. and home health care workers lined haulz of the state capitol trying to convince governor brown proposed cuts. the funding are counter productive and says it costs five times more to put a patient in a nursing home than to treat in their own home. >> if we can go do things like
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integrate the home care provider we can cut down on chronic illnesses like diabetes and we can prevent those nursing home stays and hospital stays. >> cuts to home health care are part of an effort to close a roughly $16 kbrinl state budget deficit due this friday. >> officials indicate some of the most-infamous escapees from alcatras may be still alive. 50 years ago today brothers clarence and john along with frank morris broke out of the trail dug using spoons. a u.s. marshal is still assigned to that case and says he gets several tips per year. >> i've seen information that leads me to believe there was there were footprints near the route but i've seen i've gotten leads from different places around the world. different leads make me feel like there is a possibility
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the brothers probably lived. >> if they're alive all three would be in their 80s u.s. marshal says the investigation will remain active until their 100th birthdays. coming up at 6:00 we'll hear from the anglin brother family members have so-to-say about whether they're still alive that is fascinating. >> it is. and it makes it more intriguing. >> i guess they're not worried when they hit 100. >> biggest drain in homes that could be regulated. >> and a single most important thing a woman can do to lower risks of getting breast cancer. >> exposing to rental car companies continuing to put customer lives at risk. the news continues in one minute.
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a new study finds the risk of breast cancer can be lowered by eliminating unnecessary imaging saying ct scans and mammograms should be used sparingly and say women need to question doctors about necessity and safety of all raid logical can scans they undergo. this analyzes data of a report published in archives of internal medicine. >> robin roberts facing another health crisis. she has been diagnosed with mds a disorder of the bone marrow resulting in treatment she had previously for breast cancer. and show smoke about the colleagues today. >> whether it's health or finances or what not. and this is getting up the mat
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and fighting. >> the diagnosis is rare only 350 per year are diagnosed. and her sister is the donor she's received a outpouring of support including a tweet from the first lady. for information on how to become a donor there is a link to national marrow donor program on our web site. >> and senator barbara boxer wants the companies to stop recalling recalled cars to make a permanent commitment and stop renting recalled cars until cars are fixed. so far only hertz comply sod tomorrow boxer wail nouns which companies continue to rent recalled cars and will be
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joined by a mother whose two daughters were killed when their enterprise rental car caught fire and crashed. the car was under a safety recall at the time. >> there is airline costs are going up. and michael finney is here with more. >> and get ready to shell out enough bucks for this. and there is a average ticket will cost 430s thdz summer. however, in order to help out larry better deals are beginning to show up for those who can take last minute flights. and if you need to plan in advance pick a concept rather than a destination. and say europe not just pair yais or a beach.
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not just maui. >> what used to cost $40 for a set up and $4 a month is coming down in cost. sprint has a 2s aids month service that doesn't charge a set fee. problem is that many apps don't allow the smart phone to be used in a car in motion aich problem for passengers. and this answer might not be with turning off the phone but turning off the driver. and says the real answer may be when cars are auto mated like that google car rather than with turning off phones themselves. and next gaming counsel, the media partner reports the state is putting together a proposal to force makers of electronics to reduce energy use bid their products. homes now have about two dozen
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gadgets in them. in our state a third of all home use is taken up by tvs computers and entertainment systems. >> that is going up. >> there is a programming note. the finals start tomorrow and games will air and there is coverage beginning at 5:30 p.m. and there is the morning news team going prime time. anchors eric thomas with mike nico and traffic reporter will broadcast as usual tomorrow morning then they come back for a prime time live newscast tomorrow night z we hope you can join abc 7 news after game one of the finals. >> and there is extra work. >> and that is not enough we
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may have highs to talk about. we'll have temperatures until 5:30 so we'll know later on. >> and there is temperatures going to trend lower they'll head lower tomorrow, here is a view from our sutro camera. there is a lovely view it's sunny skies outside and warm. there is another picture from san jose. highs 94 degrees. sea breeze will be knocking temperatures down with fog. changes in the works. live doppler 7 and where the fog is off the coast here it will work towards the coastline. and there is temperatures 57 degrees near half moon bay. it's 95 degrees removed from sea breeze. still toasty in santa rosa. 93 degrees so we'll continue
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to hang onto the warm to hot conditions tomorrow. cooler days expected wednesday thursday. and warming up again into weekend. so i want to show you satellite picture. this ridge is providing us with hot weather inland is beginning to weaken z response to this cold front here developing so what we're going to see is a change in weather pattern. there is some fog tuesday cooler and then when fog starts to make its way into bay side skinland communities by wednesday it will turn cooler around the bay. and so relief is coming if do you not like the heat. tomorrow moshing mild and patches of fog near the coastline, temperatures 52 degrees in half moon bay. there is 112th practice rounds by tuesday and beautiful weather and there is highs for
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the rest of the bay area into south bay still warm day. 90 degrees in los gatos there are coastal area fooz low 60s. downtown you're coming down about four degrees. there is north bay 88 santa rosa. you'll notice low to mid-60s near the coastline here. there is inland areas you'll feel warm weather. there is 78 in santa cruz and there is mild to warm tuesday cooler days on wednesday and thurgs. and there is temperatures
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coming up friday saturday. warm weekend expected and sunday is father's day. temperatures coming down just a touch. fine-looking weather for father's day. beyond that, cooler heading into monday. >> and that is a nice stretch. >> good for golf. >> yes. speaking of golf tiger woods swinging on to greens and streets. >> then at 6:00 following up with bridesmaids who did not get their wedding dresses. what's happening now that honeymoon is over.
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ay. golfers checked out fairways which have been narrowed. the competition starts thursday and runs through
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sunday. >> and thousands of fans out today checking out biggest names in golf swinging away on the driving range. >> now exciting times, tiger woods grabbing a club perfecting his swing on the driving range this morning. >> and vijay singh working on a long game right there. just getting to the gallery being a partist requires patience for fans. and. >> i am from dallas and this is how we do it. there is texas stadium parking lot. it's a better way to do thing autos drivers will encounter plenty of detours many in the area are restricted to vehicles with special permits. >> take public transportation. >> yes. >> up next the bay area math teacher about to earn a top honor from the president.
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tonight in half an hour at 6:00 battle over proposition 29 how california economy may have doomed the measure to raise the tax on cigarettes and promises promises. following up on a man who lost tools when a local shop closed doors and we'll take a look at the new layout of the olympic club. it's coming up on abc 7 news at 6:00ment now back to cheryl and larry. >> thank you. and a bay area teacher is among 97 educators learning of a big honor from the white house. >> and he's a recipient of the presidential award for excellence in mathematics and science he is seen wheer his little son ky. he says making math relevant for students is actually his biggest challenge z he's going to get a $20,000 grant in washington, d.c.. >> fantastic

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