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john wu lewis completes the final crossing of thettuse join motor cade to monogomry, alabama. recreating the march of montgomery also in 1965 in selma. we could hear we've got it from here. >> we got it from here, george. that is what many were saying here and when you think about 55 years ago, the screams that echoed across selma asoteste we ed state toper but today there were cheers. there were thank yous for a man who paved the way, a man who put his life, who shed blood for the right to vote and when i looked out here and saw the hundreds of
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people that were gathered i saw people from all different backgrounds, people from all different parts of this nation that came to honor an american hero as he made his final journey across this bridge. and you know, back in march, john lewis was here and he gave some parting advice to the next generation to get in good trouble. to get in the way. and so many people that came out here today say they want to continue on his legacy. they wanted to come here to say good-bye and let him know that we got it from here, george. >> thomas, one of the last of his generation. >> george, the greatest generation of civil rights leaders, we're losing them one by we lost reverend lowery in march. in the past days we lost c.t. vivian. john lewis believed that this new generation could take on the torch and get the job done, continue to push forward.
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we shall see, george. >> and byron pitts, it comes at a time when america as i said is so divided and is trying to figure out where the fights are for this new generation. and i think, george, we can look to the life and activism of john lewis. in 1965 john lewis was considered by many in power in this country as an agitator. as a troublemaker. as an extremist. that bridge into the arms of hate. today he rides into the warm embrace of history. george, at the end of this journey, john lewis did make i dr. king and when they arrived in montgomery dr. king said these words appropriate then. they seem appropriate now.
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i know some of you are asking today how long will it take? i come to you to say this afternoon however difficult the moment, however frustrating the hour, it will not be long, because truth pressed to the earth will rise again. how long? not long because no lie can live forever. how long? not long because you reap what you sew. how long, not long because the arm of the moral universe is long but it points towards justice. how long? not long because my eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored. he is loosening the lightning of his swift sword. his truth is marching on. john lewis said he smiled that day and for those us who were raised in church, people of faith, we can imagine that john lewis is smiling now. his journey is over, but george, the work contio that, bryananth
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way it will make its way to montgomery where he will lie in state at the alabama state capitol. tomorrow it's the washington where he will lie in state again at the u.s. capitol and on wednesday at the georgia state capitol before his funeral and burial in atlanta on thursday. we're going to have live coverage of all those events especially starting with the honoring of john lewis tomorrow in washington. much more tonight on world news and of course i'll see you tomorrow morning on good morning america. have a good afternoon. >> this has been a special report from abc news.
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building a better bay area for a safe and secure future. this is abc 7 news. honoring civil rights icon congressman john lewis. the moving tributes across the historic bridge in selma, alabama this morning. good morning, everyone, it is sunday, july 26, thanks for joining us. i'm liz kreutz. we'll have more on the legacy of john lewis. first we'll start with a look at our sunday forecast with meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> hi, liz, good morning, everyone. the fog will burn back to the coast. you can see on our visible imagery that over in oakland, san francisco, along san mateo and santa rosa, it is cloudy. we have sunshine in san rafael. mt. tam, central marin, it's starting to scour out. it's 65 in mountain view. a look from our east bay hills camera. you can see the fog, but it does its typical thing, setting up at
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the coast until later on today. here is san jose right now, low 80s by noontime. inland we're about 90 later today. wall nuclenut creek, pleasantone 60s. this morning, the body of congressman john lewis crossed the edmond pettus bridge in selma, alabama for a final time. that bridge is where lewis and other voting rights demonstrators were beaten on blood sunday 50 years ago. abc 7 news reporter rachel scott is in selma with more on how alabama is remembering lewis this weekend. >> reporter: this morning, an american hero returns to selma for the final time. the life of john robert lewis, celebrated in the city where he nearly lost it. >> that was john.
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always fighting for what he believed in, willing to risk his own life for the betterment of humanity. >> reporter: it was here in selma where a young john lewis bled for the right to vote. at 25 years old, leading demonstrators on a march to montgomery, they were met by state troopers. lewis, hit by a billy club, suffered a fractured skull. he and the others returned to brown chapel church, a place of refuge and healing. >> this was our meeting place. this was our shelter. >> they told him not to get in trouble. we all know john got in trouble. all the troubles he got himself into changed the world. >> now that congressman john robert lewis has fought the good fight of faith in marching and standing in the fight for
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freedom and justice, we celebrate him as he receives the righteous ground that only the chief judge can give. >> reporter: rachel scott, abc news, selma, alabama. >> a programming note, "this week with george stephanopoulos" will air at midnight tonight because of the abc news special report you just saw. chief anchor george stephanopoulos goes one on one is mark meadows in his first interview since become chief of staff, watch at midnight right here on abc 7. it started running through police headquarters, sky was overhead giving you a birds eye view of the demonstrators marching in portland last night in oakland. you can see protesters holding
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up peace signs. everything we saw was largely ef. one point fireworks were shot, with several lasers being pointed at helicopters and officers. oakland police are reporting their building was also vandalized. they tweeted this photo showing a broken window. the building was spray painted with graffiti. around 10:15 last night a small debris fire broke out at the alameda superior county courthouse in downtown oakland. in a tweet, oakland police blamed it on, quote, agitators within the crowd of demonstrators. again, the large majority of protesters were peaceful. in palo alto yesterday, the wall of moms made some noise in support of portland protesters. the wall of moms group was formed to shield young and vulnerable protesters to keep them from being injured and they've been prevalent in the
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ongoing portland protesters. now to the latest there in portland where last night marked the 59th night of protests in a row. military veterans banded together in support of the demonstrators, some wearing black lives matter shirts. >> we were all born here. it's on our fence, it's on our property. take it down, it's already been ruled illegal. take it down and leave our town. our police were doing a fine job and they're still doing a fine job. >> similar protests in solidarity with portland were held yesterday in l.a., seattle, and houston. one person was shot and killed in a protest in austin, texas. locally in vallejo this morning, the solano county district attorney has been given today only to open a police investigation into the shooting of a 22-year-old when police responded to a report of looting.
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the city attorney has repeatedly asked the solano county d.a. to investigate but the d.a. has recused herself siting public mistrust. the interim city attorney says if one isn't opened by tonight he will file a rare mandate tomorrow to force an investigation. all this comes after gruesome body camera footage was released in the shooting. the state attorney general's office says it is investigating introduction of evidence in the shooting but not the shooting itself. today his sisters are organizing a paddle-out to honor him at noon. there will also be a car caravan in redwood city at 1:30 this morning. today in the north bay, another show of solidarity with the black lives matter movement. this time supporters will be on horseback. brianna noble is leading the charge today. photos like these of her riding her horse at an oakland protest went viral.
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she will lead a group of equestrians in the headlands starting at noon. let's get a check of our sunday forecast with lisa argen. hey, lisa. >> hey, liz. we've been featuring our east bay hills camera shot simply because it's so pretty with the low clouds and the fog out there. mid-60s, and it's sunny in our east bay valleys, going for about a 26-degree climb today for low to mid-90s. we'll be back with the
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welcom back. happening today, the return of a brand-new farmers market. the year-round market opened on 37th avenue between or in or in 37th avenue between or integrta pacheco. we want to remember the fixture on television for decades, regis philbin,
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long-time tv host, who tide at the age o te "live with regis and kathie lee." and the abc show "who wants to be a millionaire." here is a look back at the legend's life. ♪ just to be sad, thinking of you ♪ >> reporter: regis philbin could do it all on tv, and did it all for so long. >> one, two, three, i'm out of control! >> reporter: that chemicstry wih his co-hosts, proving an ideal match for the always sunny kathie lee gifford. >> how many people heard about fax machines before this show? who did not? you're just doing that to aggravate me. >> reporter: it made them both stars. regis, she tweeted on saturday, there will never be another. in 2001, when it became "live with regis and kelly," he
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clicked with kly too. she said, he was the ultimate class act, he left the world a better place. 1999 saw regis becoming a star on prime time tv as he helmed the top-rated tv show "who wants to be a millionaire." >> good evening, everybody, and welcome to "who wants to be a millionaire." >> reporter: earlier this year he would return to a "millionaire" set to give his bless to go new prime time host jimmy kimmel reviving the show. >> it will never be what it was with you, regis, but thank you for giving me the opportunity and blessing to host the show. i will do my best to carry on your tradition. >> reporter: it was back in 2004 when regis set a guinness world record for most time on camera. then 15,188 hours. his career on tv began off-camera. born and raised in new york city, he had a job in the '50s on "the tonight show." by the '60s, he was a sidekick
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on "the joey bishop show" before returning to new york where he would be the last of his showbiz generation to shine so brightly. jimmy kimmel affectionately tweeting, regis, i hope our friend rickles met you at the pearly gates with open arms. he is survived by his wife joy, three of his four children, and the affection of millions who will long recall the spontaneity, candor, and heart that made him so special to watch. >> i hope to be remembered most for? >> 17,000 hours in front of a television camera, is that enough for you? >> and that was chris connolly reporting. regis philbin made several stops in san francisco over the years. he and kathie lee gifford here taped an episode in front of the marina district in 1999. philbin, who is half irish, took part in a high profile luncheon in san francisco in 2014 to
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celebrate st. patrday. lisa, such an icon, i feel like we're losing so many beloved people in the past week. >> and a notre dame alum too, i had to put that in there for sure. we're weiaking up with more clo cover this morning. we had more sun this hour than yesterday. it's more sunny in the south and east bay. the fog footprint from the north bay to the east bay along the peninsula, filling in around the bay. as we widen out the view, it's from the north coast all the way down to southern california. still under the influence of a week trough. and that's why temperatures have been in that range. that summertime range. here is a look at what's left of hannah. winds at 45 miles an hour, track to go the west-southwest at nine. for the time being, 250,000 people were without power. certainly there is the risk of tornadoes throughout the day today as we have this cyclone that continues to move and weaken into mexico. but the flooding rains, they've been an issue, brought anywhere from five to ten inches.
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the surf is coming back down. they had five-foot surf into the beaches. that's going to get slowly better. but we'll keep our eye here on hurricane dennis -- or douglas, i should say, moving to the west-northwest at 16. hurricane warnings for oahu, mali, and kawhi. you can see how dangerously close it gets to the islands right on through monday. not expecting it to weaken. we are expecting it to come on into the islands here, just graze the islands with those strong winds, up to about 90 miles. we're looking at those clouds scattering out here, mt. tam, it is 63 in oakland with numbers in the mid-60s for mountain view, 64 in san jose, clouds here in san francisco staying put for a little while longer. 56, santa rosa. 59 in napa. mid-60s, sunny skies, for you in
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concord and livermore. we're ending where we should be this time of year with the typical summertime pattern, the morning fog, the afternoon sun. and really just very little change as we go through monday, tuesday. we will cool off on wednesday, but then we quickly rebound. as we look at where we should be, that's the orange column to the right of the highs today. notice that we're in a range but slightly above average, anywhere from one to four degrees. but overall, things have been really calm and typical for this time of year. and we like that, because the heat spikes, well, you know what that brings with the wind and the fire danger. but so far, it has been pretty quiet. 91 in concord. or 83 today in the south bay, around san jose. 73 in richmond with 67 in san francisco. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we've got another warm day tomorrow inland. mild around the bay. cool at the coast. and that trend continues into tuesday. the cooler weather arrives wednesday with the breezy winds.
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stronger onshore push. then by thursday we're warming a bit, high pressure builds in from the south. that should bring temperatures up inland and pretty much everywhere just by five or six degrees around the bay, liz. >> lisa, thank you. ahead, coronavirus in the canal. why one neighborhood is being hit with the majority of the county's
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>> reporter: in marin county, coronavirus cases are on the rise. san quentin prison has much of the outbreak. but take that out of the equation and most of the cases in the county are concentrated here. the canal is 80% latino and largely low income. you won't find the mansions here. rather, the densely-crowded apartments of the county's essential workers. this woman is an immigrant from guatemala who workers as a house keep and her lives in an apartment with nine of her family members including two of her children with underlying health conditions. she and her husband recently had coronavirus.
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she's since tested negative. but when she was positive, she let her clients know and stopped working. >> translator: some reacted, "i hope you are well, you and your family." others asked, "why, didn't you take care of yourself?" they wanted to know how and where we became infected. we only go to work, get gas, find food. it was very difficult to find out we were positive. >> reporter: she doesn't know where exactly she became infected. but she's part of a broader story. lines currently account for 80% of the county's coronavirus cases while being 16% of the county's population. let's the largest racial disparity in the area. >> our landscape workers, our construction workers. the virus is a truth teller around inequities. >> reporter: if there is one person working to bridge these
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inequities, it's omar carrera of the canal alliance. because the area is such a hotspot, the county has strategic set up testing sites here. but even then, there are challenges. you can see these long lines of people here today. some people saying they showed up at 7:00 a.m., six hours before this site opened. and there still are not enough tests. >> i tell a lot of people, all the tests are done for today. a lot of people will be disappointed. but it is what it is, i cannot control how many tests we do in a day. >> reporter: he says their site is given between 80 and 120 tests twice a week and it's never enough. >> translator: i asked for help. ma rent county called me and told me you tested positive, you need to be home, get away from your family, get away from your children. i could not leave my children. where was i going to go?
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i need food for my children or to pay the rent. don't worry, he told me, tomorrow we're going to help you. what did they bring me? a potato, two squash, expired ground meat for hamburgers. what could i do with those things? >> reporter: the county says they are working on solutions, ramping up testing and offering income supplementation, food, and housing to those who test positive. important steps but, as omar has seen firsthand, not always perfect ones in practice. >> so this idea that i stay home, safe, shelter myself, and i don't care about what's happening around me, that is the wrong perception, because we are so interconnected. and latinos, what the pandemic has done is shown us that if one person in our comsa. t cal problemare marin ros.
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much more ahead on the next half hour on "abc 7 mornings." new rules for face coverings just went into effect for san francisco. who now needs to be wearing them. plus presumptive democratic nominee joe biden out with a big campaign push this morning. why his team believes he's firing on all cylinders.
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good morning, everyone. we'll start this half hour with a look at our bay area forecast. here is lisa argen. >> good morning, liz, hi, everyone. starting out with clouds, some sun inland but it will take a while to clear. late morning, we had sun in san rafa rafael. a push with an onshore flow. 63 in oakland, good morning,
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mountain view, 65, with sunny skies in san jose. it's 57 in santa cruz. southwest winds up to 10 miles per hour today, temperatures in the upper 60s with sunny conditions. 56 santa rosa. it will take a little while for you to get some sun. with the mid-60s by the delta and inland, we will be looking at numbers climbing through the 80s. our warmest readings of course touching 90 inland, upper 70s around the bay. then the fog comes back into play tonight. that's going to give us our typically summertime pattern for most of it week ahead but not all. we'll have the details in a few minutes, liz. >> lisa, thank you. developing news in texas where hurricane hannah is expected to bring more bands of rain today. the timing of the storm is making matters even more difficult in a region already facing serious challenges due to a spike in covid-19 cases. abc news meteorologist rob marciano is in corpus christi with a look at some of the damage. >> reporter: overnight, hurricane hannah slamming south texas.
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the strong category 1 storm pounding corpus christi and points south with powerful winds, strong enough to knock over this semi. and flooding rains, dangerous storm surge too. we're in the eye wall of hurricane hannah which is making landfall on the coast of south texas with 90-mile-per-hour winds. texas takes a direct hit from the earliest hurricane of the season. the strong winds peeling off roofs and snapping structures in half. trees knocked , ro wit power across the area. the storm surge in corpus christi so high it left roadways like this one submerged in floodwaters. with covid-19 complicating rescue efforts, the governor issues a disaster declaration for 32 counties. emergency operation centers activated. >> it is sweeping through an area that is the most challenged
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area in the state for covid-19. >> reporter: south texas and the rio grande valley one of the hardest hit areas of the state in this pandemic. officials urging residents to reach out if they need help. >> make sure that you're safe, you're separated, your sanitized, we'll feed you, we're here to help 100%. >> and that was rob marciano reporting. this morning hannah was downgraded to a tropical storm. your voice, your vote. we're 100 days away from the election. former vice president joe biden's campaign says they're, quote, firing on all cylinders. combined with the democcommitten says they will have 2,000 staff on board next month. tomorrow an ad buy is going up in six key battleground states that donald trump won in 2016. in weeks, biden is expected to name the woman who will join him on the ticket. a new poll finds eight in ten americans says the country is
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heading in the wrong direction, more than at any point in donal pandemic falling to a new low with 32% of americans supportive of his approach. >> reporter: president trump with a rough road to reelection, spending the weekend at his golf course in bedminster, new jersey, seen with brett favre. from the course to the campaign, democrats are showing signs of outpacing republicans in mail-in voting requests as pandemic conditions continue to sweep the nation. trump's team meanwhile is zeroing in on key battleground states like arizona, florida, and michigan. abc news has learned the campaign plans to open voter outreach centers in communities of color, areas that have been disproportionately impacted by covid-19. the president facing criticism for his handling of the pandemic. polls show his opponent joe biden with a double digit lead.
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an tmpoc grapples washington, d.c. questions loom about economic relief. the $600 supplemental unemployment benefits run out this week. the trump administration wants those payments to continue, but -- >> we're not going to use taxpayer money to pay people more to stay home. so we're going to transition to a, uh, ui system that is based upon wage replacement. we've talked about approximately 70% wage replacement. >> reporter: treasury secretary steve mnuchin and white house chief of staff mark meadows on capitol hill over the weekend meeting with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell's staff, while democratsaveeen repcaorn l relief plan. >> this is deadly serious. our house is burning down in terms of the economic security of america's families. and these people are fiddling, wherever they may be. >> reporter: abc news, washington. and according to abc's presidential race ratings, biden
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holds a lead over president trump with 267 leaning democratic, 187 leading republican. abc news has a brand-new electoral map so you can see how votes are stacking up state by state. the city of san francisco is increasing its tactics to get the virus under control as cases and hospitalizations continue to climb. there was a new update to the mask mandate now in effect for people at least 10 years old to have a face covering. abc 7 news reporter cornell barnard explains. r was outreees of i dores park as long as you were wearing a face mask. >> to me it makes sense, the more people wearing masks, the safer we'll be. >> reporter: signs reminding people to wear masks are everywhere in the park. but not everybody was playing by the rules. >> i would rather be safe by sorry. >> reporter: holly from san
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ramon is spending the day with her daughter in dolores park. new rules from the san francisco department of public health now require kids 10 and older to wear a mask in public. her daughter is 7 1/2. but mom isn't taking chances. >> i'll keep her wearing one even though she's under 10. she'll wear one until this is cleared up. >> reporter: a mill valley pediatrician says kids are still at risk. >> we have about the trimminansmission. children can transmit it even if they have no symptoms. >> reporter: even if you're alone in common areas, like an elevator, dr. grant colfax says, substantial scientific evidence shows that when combined with physical distancing and other health and safety practices, face coverings significantly reduce the chance of covid-19 spreading in the community. >> i mean, it's my profession.
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>> reporter: she knows exactly how important face coverings really are. >> i take care of covid ts my js and face shields. so when i'm out, i just have to do the same thing. >> reporter: the bottom line, pretty much any time you're out in public, you need to be wearing a face mask. according to the health order, if you have a medical exemption preventing you from wearing a mask, you must have a doctor's note to prove it. in san francisco, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. still ahead on "abc 7 mornings," statewide struggles with edd. the one key to success in being ab successful. and summer in san francisco, right? we'll check in with lisa and what we can expect throughout the bay area, coming up.
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welcome back. today marks 30 years since the americans with disability act was signed. the law's beginnings are traced back to a protest right here in san francisco. in 1977, more than 150 people occupied the federal building at civic center for nearly a month. they demanded that the government enforce an act that federally funded organizations could not discr a people with disabilities. 13 years later, president george h.w. bush signed the act into law in 1990. to celebrate today's anniversary, the group will be fixing cracked sidewalks in the mission and van ness to make it safer. the oakland zoo held a very successful virtual fundraiser. the event was created ahead of e zoo's reopening. the zoo raised $507,000 last night, surpassing their $500,000 goal. viewers got to watch talks with
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zoo keepers, live musical performances and auction for items including animal meet and greets. >> whether it's nursing a baby mountain lion back to health or a condor or a tarantula from our animal room, we really appreciate all the wonderful community support we get. we couldn't do it wit t zoo hase mid-march and was fearing a permanent closure from lack of revenue but the zoo is back open for the general public on wednesday. that is a great activity, lisa, something to do. we all just need to get out of the house, but safely. >> liz, the onshore push is on this morning, limited to our inland valleys. case in point, mt. diablo, we're going to have a summertime pattern. i'll explain, it involves cool and warm temperatures in just a few minutes. >> thanks, lisa. also next, no lack of drama in los angeles as the giants wee glad you came in. what's on your mind? grab a big first win to their can you help keep these guys protected online? 2020 season. easy. connect to the xfi gateway. we'll show you what exactly
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welcome back. here say live look from our santa cruz camera, a few people taking a morning stroll on the beach. a little gray and foggy this morning. i hope you're all having a nice relaxing sunday as we start the new week. all right. let's talk sports. this afternoon the a's and angels will play the third game of their four-game weekend series. the two teams square off at the oakland coliseum at 1:10 p.m. today the giants will play the dodgers in l.a. watch the game on our sister network, espn, at 7:00 p.m. yesterday the giants got their first win of the season. here is abc 7 news sports anchor chris alvarez with the highlights. >> a rough go for the giants. san francisco has been outscored by the dodgers 17-2 in their first two games but third time's a charm. add computer generated fans to fill up the empty seats, there they are all of a sudden. wilmer flores bashing one out to those fans. the fake ones.
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3-1. top four, two on, two out for donovan solano. knocks it to the left center field wall. both runners score. it's 5-1 giants. how about some defense? show some love for the glove. bottom six, coryanunth wwall,t catch that was. looking into the sun, hanks with it. that had to hurt but he would be okay. the pitcher appreciating the effort. pitchers always love that. will smith crushes one and nearly takes out one of those cardboard cutout's heads. the giants escaped by four. gabe kapler's first win as giants skipper. >> it's good to win the first game, no question about that. and i do think guys are going to relax and let themselves enjoy this win. i think that's an important part of the process. we'll start preparing for
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tomorrow's game, that's the beauty of a major league baseball season, there's one every day. this is a good day, and we'll prepare for tomorrow. >> the a's made history in the season opener playing the first extra inning game of the season with a runner that started on second. matt olson made sure it was memorable. a's walked off with a grand slam win 7-3 over the angels. could they bash their way to another win? saturday, justin upton is at the plate. angels are up 1-0. tofive, angels up 2-0 now. two on for david fletcher, crack of the bat, and it's going to fall in the left center. two runs would score.rossman getting them on the board? stephen pascati, bay area native, come on down. trying to battle back.
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couldn't get it done. matt chapman grounding the double play there. a's lose 4-1. >> we had an opportunity, we keep grinding to get ourselves in position. we're one at-bat away from making it real close and doing some damage. unfortunately a little short. >> so, yeah, i mean, we say all the time that every game matters but it really matters now, just because the season is so compressed. so, yeah, hopefully we'll get back and track and get back out there tomorrow. hey, did you see this funny moment, cubs' opener friday? anthony rizzo offering hand sanitizer to orlando garcia. fi' ookts to get a little sensitive normalcy, lisa, with the highlights at and the hand
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that's good. it's been sunny all morning long in our east bay valleys and into the south bay. but that deck of low clouds, a little bit at aller this morning. we're going to have temperatures once again with that summertime feel around the bay area. so as we look at one of our east bay cities, walnut creek right where you should be in the upper 80s today, tomorrow, maybe a degree cooler. it's wednesday when you might notice the cooling. it's going to be about six degrees or so cooler than what you're experiencing today. then coming up slowly on thursday, but 90s return for everyone else in our east bay valleys by the end of the week into the weekend, as high pressure builds in from the south. here is a look at san rafael, kind of in and out of the clouds. but low cloud decks situated of course at the shoreline. it's going to be a little tough today to get some sun. yesterday i think it was a better bet to get some sun at the coast. we'll call it mostly cloudy, a
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few peeks out there later on today. here is a look at live doppler 7. our visible imagery showing mt. tam, sunny skies, around fremont and san jose is nice and sunny. so the fog bank all the way along the coast here. we'll still look at the sea breeze, southerly winds up through marin county. it will keep you comfortable but otherwise warm in parts of the bay. mild here on our east bay with temperatures back into the 70s later on today. in the upper 50s right now with the clouds downtown. 69 in mountain view, 64 in san jose with 56 on the into the 60sanoonguroof camera here, a lot of gray out there. 56 with the clouds up in santa rosa. novato, 63. mid-60s by the delta. that delta breeze up to about 24 miles an hour, mid- to from concord and livermore. sfo has been nice with the 70s from san mateo down the
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peninsula, warming through the 80s. so with the typical summertime pattern, mild to warm temperatures, looking at the morning clouds, the afternoon sun, pretty much the same pattern as we get into tomorrow and tuesday. it's wednesday when we'll see a little bit cooler temperatures below average. then we'll be above average by the end of the week. and into the weekend. if you like it warm, morgan hill has been warm at 89. 86 in gilroy. 80 in milpitas. numbers from the 70s to the low 80s ined city. los altos, 82. 69 in south city with a sunny afternoon on the way. 81 in santa rosa. if you want it really warm, cloverdale in the mid- to upper 70s today. nice afternoon in oakland. 79 in redwood city. castor valley, 78. heading inland, temperatures can be much warmer than this this time of year, but pretty nice with 87 in san ramon valley. the accuweather seven-day forecast, we'll keep the
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temperatures with that wide range from coast to inland valleys, throughout the middle of the week. but by wednesday we cool it off, warming back up thursday. here comes our warm-up, more significant by the end of the week, liz. >> lisa, thank you. throughout the pandemic, 7 on your side has been reporting on the struggles of those who lost their jobs because of the pandemic, complaints are pouring in as people are losing their $600 weekly supplement from the government. as many were ready to give up, they went to micin a n your sea. >> i an email, and they said they would respond in seven to ten business days. that was in april. >> reporter: they all lost their jobs in the pandemic. why aren't they getting benefits? >> it's very, very frustrating. it's just kind of like, they have the right to do that, to block people without a reason. >> reporter: jobs lost, savings gone, and no answers from the
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